User Profile: tc5bwe


Member Since: October 06, 2011


  • [2] March 25, 2015 at 6:53am

    Well done elephants!

  • [1] March 12, 2015 at 12:52pm

    “Just words”. He should have known that the consequence of his words would bring this kind of action. I don’t believe that he is sincere. Stoking the flames is what he does best.

  • [14] February 25, 2015 at 3:17pm

    So done with the Republican Party!! McConnell fights harder against the Tea Party and conservative members of his own party than he does against the Democrats.Time for a party that listens to the people.

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  • [3] February 11, 2015 at 4:00pm

    Strawberry411a seems to have had some bad experiences with Mormons and chooses to equate Mormon society with that of Sharia courts. I’m sorry that he’s had bad experiences.He also indicates that he feels that “they” have the courts, papers and everything else “locked in” to their way of life. If that were so then there would be no tattoo parlors, alcohol or coffee serving establishments, R-rated movies and so on. Anyone who’s been to the Salt Lake valley area knows that that is not so.
    Sorry Strawberry…you may have some right to be angry but don’t back it up with … exaggerations.

  • [4] February 11, 2015 at 3:51pm

    What are you smoking? There are no Mormon Stake and Ward “tribunals” or anything like it that circumvent federal, state or local justice systems. “A mormon majority run the paper….” Maybe here in the south we should substitute Baptist, Methodist, or whatever. The clean up we need is to live honorably and do good to our fellow man without regard for whatever religion they happen to practice.
    The article that we’re supposed to be referencing here has to do with Sharia courts that substitute their law for that of the laws of the land. Your comments veer off to your own prejudices and are without foundation.

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  • [1] February 11, 2015 at 3:45pm

    Perhaps you should be commenting on the topic of this article. You must be looking for the LDS ads because I haven’t seen even one yet.

  • [9] February 11, 2015 at 3:43pm

    The tribunal should not be allowed over civil and family matters at all. The laws of the State of Texas and the United States of America should be the only ones considered in this case. No state should allow them to operate as a shadow system. To do so is asking for more problems than we already have with people who operate outside the law and Constitution. Ahem…Mr. President?

  • [8] January 18, 2015 at 2:00pm

    I stand with Canada on this one..

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  • [3] January 16, 2015 at 7:06am

    What a wonderful blessing that she had her gun to protect herself. Adherence to company policy would likely have made her a dead employee. If the corporation policy allowed employees the option to carry then it would make people contemplating criminal acts toward Papa Johns delivery people more hesitant to act … but of course that is beyond corporate America’s ability to reason.

  • [11] January 15, 2015 at 7:33pm

    There is no foundation for the scurrilous accusations made in your comments. I’ve been “Mormon” for 52 of my 65 years. The Church does not “threaten” those who speak against the Church. This man has apparently been a Mormon from childhood but he shows his lack of understanding of the doctrine by his actions.

  • [1] January 13, 2015 at 5:56pm

    Wyoming has just opted out of receiving federal money for lunches and therefore blocked the federal government from meddling in school lunches. They also dumped Common Core!
    Come on Texas…Let’s get out of federal handouts and become free from their control.

  • [5] January 11, 2015 at 8:44pm

    He’s busy leading from behind.

  • [5] January 8, 2015 at 6:00pm

    No it’s not right to name any group without significant evidence. It’s “funny” how liberals attribute any and all acts of violence in these cases to Christians when the resulting investigations prove them to be acts of liberals or “whackos” without any real ideology.

  • [3] November 30, 2014 at 8:21am

    I hope that these were the sentiments of your posts when the Palin and Bush children were under attack.
    Nevertheless, for “children” to be held accountable for their actions makes for an awareness for them of what messages they give to others. That awareness may benefit them in life. It may be a hard lesson but one that is necessary. They are of an age that they should be aware of these things.

  • [4] November 30, 2014 at 8:14am

    I certainly wish that the press and the Democrats were even-handed about this issue. If these had been Palin girls then the comments would have been deemed as justified and there would (as the record shows) have been a rush to be the next to headline with their poor decisions. Should the Obama daughters’ clothing and demeanor been representative of the family of the President…yes. But who is to blame that they were not … their parents.

  • [8] November 15, 2014 at 5:56pm

    Did I read this correctly? Her dogs came into his yard, his property, and killed his dog…and she’s suing him. That’s audacity!

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  • [4] November 14, 2014 at 7:07am

    Non-violence may be the organizer’s goals but all they need are a small number of protesters whose goal is violence and they may derail the whole process. Thank you for freedom of speech. May those who protest remember that expressing their opinion is far different than forcing their opinion.

  • [1] November 11, 2014 at 5:18pm

    Think what you will but sometimes you have to walk through the “fire” to find solutions. Obviously Beck has had more serious medical help than most people and during that time was compelled to evaluate his life.
    On the other hand, people like you have obviously not done anything in self-evaluation and are as vitriolic and negative as anyone could be. What you say doesn’t really matter but I feel sorry for your lack of understanding or compassion. You, Dennis and Verycobalviolet ought to get together more often…you sound like the sycophantic followers of each other.

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  • [4] November 8, 2014 at 9:06pm

    The criticism was levied at Harry Reid’s national stances that are clearly not Christian, compassionate or charitable. Those who question Harry Reid, as Mark Paredes does, have the right to do so although we are counseled by the Savior and prophets to not engage in backbiting, evil-speaking or any other un-Christlike action. We need to try a little harder to be a little better and let the Savior take care of things that we “can’t” correct when give our accounting’s on judgement day. Until then we’ll just have to look at our own actions and hope that we’ve done what we’re supposed to do and been what we’re supposed to be. Remember the Savior said, ” Let he who is without sin cast the first stone”.
    I may not understand how anyone can affiliate themselves with any group that chooses to do things counter the Commandments of God but it is their choice and they will answer for their actions…as will I.

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  • [12] November 8, 2014 at 8:51pm

    Harry Reid will have to answer to the Savior for himself as will I. I don’t understand either how he could provide the leadership in government that he has and still respond in the affirmative to questions of his honesty and integrity when questioned by his bishop. But that’s his responsibility…not mine. Mark Paredes questioned honestly but should have done it without his calling in the LDS church.

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