User Profile: TeresaJ


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  • [1] October 8, 2015 at 5:06pm

    I disagree with some of you, and agree with Matthew. It doesn’t matter if it is a law or not. If adult people were being gathered and murdered in the buildings next to us, we’d like to think we wouldn’t allow that to happen, no matter the cost to us. But, it has been happening to unborn children here in America for 40 years. They didn’t just now suddenly grow “sellable” parts. They have always had them.

    As for the abortion bombings, that didn’t happen until after the government cracked down on the protests. While I certainly have never spoken with the ones responsible, I figure they felt they had no other way to save unborn lives. Those “doctors” have with their own hands cut up child after child. Those videos? That is their everyday lives. Did you not feel that you wanted to rush in and protect those children? Abortion protesters have known this reality, well before these videos.

    I’m not saying the abortion clinics bombers should not be arrested and prosecuted, but I don’t feel sorry for the abortionists. Those bombings happened because justice failed.

  • [22] October 8, 2015 at 4:09pm

    @ Matthew66

    “Why aren’t you chaining yourself to the front doors of abortion clinics?”

    People did do something similar to that, sometime in the 80′s. It was called Operation Rescue, where hundreds of people sat in front of abortion clinic’s doors. They allowed themselves to be arrested by going limp and allowing the police to carry them to the vehicles without resistance.

    This went on until the government slapped penalties on it similar to the $135,000 fine a certain baker’s shop is going through now. Many people have families and children they had to think of, and the movement died just like the government wanted it to.

  • [2] October 8, 2015 at 11:19am


    You mean like forcing a community to practice non-belief because one or two doesn’t want to do what the rest of the community wants to? In case you haven’t noticed, other people pay taxes besides those in FFRF (which I suspect you are a member of). If you don’t like having to share, maybe you ought to support school vouchers.

  • [2] October 7, 2015 at 3:24pm

    This is what I was wondering. Are they refusing him because his speaches are athiest? Or because he is rude/trolling? I’d think most true athiests wouldn’t care about the invocation too much. It’s the anti-thiests/value-bankrupt persons who I’d think would be having a hissy fit.

  • [8] October 6, 2015 at 5:03pm

    I stopped watching TV years ago. Sometime not long after CSI started.

  • [1] October 6, 2015 at 1:17pm

    For anyone out there who may have come from a situation like mine, and you want your life to be right, but don’t know how to fix it, and you wonder how come I can say I “my life is good, stable, and happy,” please let me tell you.

    It is because I took this scripture to heart: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and all your strength.”

    My sense of truth, justice, and prudence from this verse, my favorite since I was very little:

    Whatsoever things are true
    Whatsoever things are honest
    Whatsoever things are just
    Whatsoever things are pure
    Whatsoever things are lovely
    Whatsoever things are of good report
    If there be any virtue
    If there be any praise
    Think on these things

    Philippians 4:8

    Making changes in your life is not easy… but it is every bit worth it.

    God bless all, and hugs to anyone who needs one. :)

  • [2] October 6, 2015 at 12:52pm

    Mr. Jeffery,

    I also grew up in a single parent household. I went from a broken home in childhood to a stable first time marriage of 15 years. Before I’d even gotten married, however, I could admit that a single mom is not a good situation, and the chances for a bad turn out is much higher than with a mom and dad.

    Yes, my mom did her best. She made a lot of mistakes in her life, but she is a God-fearing woman, and she instilled it in us. No one in my family is going to shoot anyone. Even so, we were damaged children. Out of the five of us, only I have a stabilized life. One is divorced, another’s marriage is always needing prayer, one fights depression, and the last is dealing with drama from her spouse’s previous relationships, and trying to be a mother to children that are not hers (and I commend her for it).

    I have been blessed by my husband. Between a good man, and following the Word of God, I have really learned what it means to be whole, and why it is so important to have a male role model in the household.

    A male role model.. a father and husband, yes. It is not enough to have a sperm donor, that is true. Being male, or female, is only the beginning. From that, we learn values, which are derived from Natural Law, pertaining to our genders. Men think a certain way, as do women. It is important for a child to have a mother and a father to teach and model these different perspectives to him or her, so they are not floundering through life learning them the hard way.

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  • [3] October 3, 2015 at 1:59pm

    Blaze, you gotta pay better attention to what you are posting. This is one of the most blatantly propaganda-skewed written pieces I have ever seen come out of the AP. There is no comparison, none, to racial segregation or race to homosexuality. The article itself doesn’t even try to correlate the two. They just keep mentioning race over and over.

    Please try not to get into that kind of sheeple brainwashing, Blaze. I rely on you guys as at least better than most places.

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  • October 1, 2015 at 10:24am

    Good gracious, that was supposed to be *mother and father.”

  • [8] September 30, 2015 at 10:37am

    They’re just now figuring that out…

    When can we sue for GMOs?

  • September 30, 2015 at 12:40am

    Louie Gohmert explained why he wouldn’t be trying for majority leader at the Values Voter Summit. Feel free to look up the website and listen to him for yourself.

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  • [21] September 29, 2015 at 11:39am

    Thumbs up, Mr. Walsh.

    It is important to remember the media is working to get the culture in line with liberal agenda. Making the pope, perhaps the most prominent earthly figurehead of Christianity, sound liberal is ideal to their cause. Maybe some of them even really do grasp onto what they want to hear him saying, rather than what he said. That seems to be an epidemic.

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  • [11] September 28, 2015 at 1:14pm

    Sure they did. They also ruled two days before that the law didn’t say what it said, and *added language* to make it say what it didn’t say.

    There is no basis for their ruling. They are corrupt.

  • [10] September 28, 2015 at 12:14pm

    Blink, Snowblown

    Chief Justice Roberts, Obergefell vs. Hodges: “My question is you’re not seeking to join the institution, you’re seeking to change what the institution is. The fundamental core of the institution is the opposite sex relationship and you want to introduce into it a same sex relationship.”

    Justice Scalia: “And you’re asking us to decide it for this society when no other society until 2001 ever had it.”

  • [10] September 26, 2015 at 6:01pm

    The article reads like it was written by a liberal.

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  • September 25, 2015 at 10:11am

    “These are necessary heresies to hold office, in the same way that we need a heretical Christian for clerk of Rowan County, Kentucky, one who doesn’t interfere with the dispensing of marriage licenses to same-sex couples in the name (as she sees it) of Christianity.”

    Five judges made a ruling based on nothing but their personal beliefs, therefore Kim Davis was put in the position she was in. Are you calling for them to step down?

    Kim Davis had every right to do what she did. “That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their *just powers from the consent of the governed*, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it,” This line of text comes directly from Christian theology, derived from Scripture. (Research Rev. Jonathon Mayhew and his 1750 sermon, Discourse Concerning Unlimited Submission) She doesn’t have an army, but she did what any patriot would do. The Supreme Court has far overstepped its bounds.

    It is little wonder that leftist ideology rarely seems to understand American government. It is Christian American Patriot ideology that wrote it after all. We are under no obligation to follow an unjust and immoral government. Granted, if we step out to follow that ideal, we must be prepared for the repercussions, just as the colonists had to be prepared for the American Revolution. Christians obey God, not men.

  • [16] September 22, 2015 at 11:35am

    Obama is a proven liar. Why on earth would anyone still believe anything he says? He says he’s Christian, so people believe him? He says he’s not Muslim, so people believe him? He says he was born in Hawaii, and produces a questionable birth certificate while sealing up everything else, and people believe him?

    I think Mr. Trump is wrong for presidency, but he’s right that he doesn’t have an obligation to defend Obama. As for Dr. Carson, he never said a Muslim couldn’t run. He said he would advocate for a Muslim as president. I wouldn’t either. I think we have one right now. Whether he is Muslim or atheist, he sure doesn’t uphold or respect the Constitution, which just proves Dr. Carson’s point.

    Of course the left would have a hissy-fit; the Constitution gets in their way too.

  • [2] September 19, 2015 at 2:41pm

    Yeah, I’m waiting for them to demand the shutdown and removal of Splash Mountain.

  • [11] September 18, 2015 at 10:27am

    Ok, that is unconstitutional.

  • [8] September 18, 2015 at 9:35am

    Not “to me.” What IS.

    Law, true law, puts things in order. Natural Law is the order God set in this world. It can be stepped outside of, but it can never be changed. Stepping outside of it creates disorder, and therefore pain and chaos, and nothing humans do will set it to order, other than returning to Natural Law.

    Feminists created disorder by denying the Natural Law of motherhood and procreation. Ya’ll keep trying to fix it with more birth control and the murder of unborn children, who by the way, cannot be denied what they are anymore now that modern technology can prove what we already knew.

    As a result of feminists efforts, millions of children are dead, families are failing, and in turn, so is this nation.

    LGBT is also disorder. No amount of legislature or calling it human rights (it is not) will change that.

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