User Profile: TeresaJ

Member Since: June 27, 2012

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  • [-3] September 29, 2016 at 11:05pm

    Thank you for clarifying that you are one of the deadbeats.

    In reply to Grover_Standpipe's comment on the contribution Real men are pro-life

  • [-1] September 28, 2016 at 1:35pm

    And not to a majority of Christians?

    I have a lot of respect for these two men.

  • [-5] September 25, 2016 at 4:49pm

    Yes. Seeing that picture, for the first time I’m ashamed to be American.

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  • [28] September 23, 2016 at 12:01am

    @ Slenderman,

    Disney has a gay man at the helm. This has nothing to do with profits. Profits would mean selling that costume anyway, because Disney knows most people do not care. Disney is running itself by its current ethics, nothing more or less, and those ethics will continue to help the immoral, society-destroying minded to eat itself alive.

    Disney doesn’t have a real future. Have you not noticed what happens when leftist “morals” take control? Families, Disney’s bread and butter, suffer and die. And, with the families, goes the nation. You are seeing it happen before your eyes. You really think a nation that has its citizens targeting cops, burning cities, ignoring its own borders, releasing criminals, turning a blind eye to felonies, and ignoring laws to rule by decree is a stable country? Disney, like its chums, must be counting on world domination.

    P.S. Not a single dime of mine has knowingly gone to Disney since it both tried to interfere with the law making process and made it clear that it couldn’t care less about religious rights, the constitution, or this country in general.

  • [23] September 21, 2016 at 9:10pm

    I have to agree, Mr. O. Everything you touch, you curse.

  • [8] September 1, 2016 at 11:40am

    Thank you, Daithi.

    The issue I see here is not so much the donation, but the fact he seems determined to force them to take a donation from him. That alone most likely goes against “everything they believe in.”

    The man sounds like a snake, really. Smiling on the outside, and devious and conniving on the inside. I wouldn’t want his donation either, if that were the case.

  • [8] August 31, 2016 at 4:00pm

    For someone who is apparently separating himself from a low information voter, you seem to not know how to read a statistic. If crime is high, people will buy guns.

  • [22] August 31, 2016 at 3:53pm

    Japan’s crime is low because they have a very strict set of cultural morals and social obligation that all Japanese learn to adhere to from birth, not because guns are banned. The Japanese think of themselves as one people.

    America, on the other hand, has always been about different ways of thinking. We were united by Christian morals, but that has eroded.

    You can ban all guns on the planet and not stop human violence against each other, and you can leave a pile of guns in front of people with a strong moral foundation, and not one would pick one up for the purpose of violence against another. Some wouldn’t even defend themselves.

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  • [22] August 31, 2016 at 3:40pm

    Japan is a completely different culture with a completely different way of thinking.

    The left claims to espouse “diversity,” but has no clue when actually confronted with it.

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  • [28] August 30, 2016 at 2:26pm

    It’s more than that. By now, they cannot claim innocence in what they are doing. They know they are lying. They know they are trampling real religious rights. They do not care. Their agenda is not the rights of people, but to stamp out God, and stop anyone else from worshipping Him either. They only get away with it if people let them, and they know that too. They hope that by getting the First Amendment turned on its head in enough people’s minds, they will be able to shut up the rest with government force.

    Do you all think that tyrannical governments hold onto their power with just the cooperation of a few?

  • [3] August 26, 2016 at 11:20am

    That is why you are a complete waste of my time, Blink. You choose your ignorance. The Biblical instruction for people like you is to “dust my feet.” That is meant as something of an insult, not positive.

    Bye. :)

  • [5] August 26, 2016 at 10:21am

    You have already been schooled in the past about Biblical slavery, and some about women, but I have something further (as I use the internet as a tool to study, not just as a platform to rant as a simpleton).

    I was studying infantcide of the past, and I discovered that it was prevelant all over the world, and that in fact the babies most likely to be killed, by a significant rate, were girls. It wasn’t just about family line, it was because men are physically strong, and physical strength was top priority.

    There were only 3 cultures that forbid infantcide that I found (if there are more, I want to know about them please). Jewish, Christian, and to my surprise, Egyptian (which made Moses of even greater interest).

    In otherwords, the Jewish culture, and Christianity which came after, believed infants, including girls, were of value, while virtually no one else did.

    It really must be difficult for a culture dominated by feminism to grasp a culture who’s women not only wanted to be pregnant, but considered it their right to have children. Jewish laws regarding women centered on their rights to bear children for their prosperity, including the often quoted “marry her rapist,” which you have already been told was a law because it required the man to give her the rights that came with the marriage, including food, clothing, and yes, children.

  • [50] August 26, 2016 at 9:30am

    Yes, but calling a sir a maam is a lie. I lie for no one, and if I was a cop, they’d have to fire me. Also people laugh because they are taken by surprise and because the cause of the laughter looks silly. It isn’t necessarily because they have ill will.

    Cops watching the video would probably laugh because of the insanity of the people who are presently giving the orders in this country. They must feel so confident in their superiors after watching something like this. It is sad for those cops.

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  • [5] August 26, 2016 at 8:57am

    How do you function when it is impossible for you to learn anything simple?

  • [8] August 21, 2016 at 12:41pm

    If the government really cared about the planet, they would be mored concerned about the junk made purposely to break in order for the consumer to need to buy another, that is filling our landfills. They’d also be concerned about what genetic engineering is doing to plants, animals, and humans.

    But those companies, along with the ones pushing this “climate change,” are the ones paying “good” money to get them into office so the governent will favorably help them line their pockets more.

    It’s all BS that needs to be called out.

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  • [7] August 12, 2016 at 4:22pm

    “A chicken has a beating heart, Libertygone, but I eat it. The chicken doesn’t have human rights because it doesn’t have a human mind, the one thing that gives human life a value above other forms of life, and neither does a fetus. Even if it has a brain, it won’t start to develop a mind until it is born because it has nothing to think about. Until then, it’s fair game.”

    That really is the most idiot thing you have ever said here (and no, I don’t disagree with you -every- single time). It’s not human life? Is it a chicken life, then? Is all unborn life not the life of its species? Well, golly, what right does the government have making it illegal to kill embryonic stages of endangered species, seeming how its not life and all?

    “But what I said is that it doesn’t have a human mind. Not until it is born.” Were you raised in a box, Grover? No brainwaves until birth? Thinks nothing? If an unborn infant’s level of thinking does not pass your muster, then how does birth separate it? Because light and air hits them, suddenly they have “something to think about”? You don’t realize science proved you wrong a long time ago, yes?

    Evil and dead to all human decency. You have that pegged here.

  • [3] August 12, 2016 at 11:31am

    I’m with you. The attitude towards Muslim clothing is ridiculous. The issue is not the clothes. What’s the point of France banning clothing that covers (the reason to wear clothes in the first place)? If I were ever to go to a beach, that suit looks good to me, minus the scarf. Believe me, everyone would appreciate not seeing my flab.

    People in the U.S. could use covering up more. I went to a restaurant in which a woman had on nothing but an ill-fitting undershirt so that her bra was plainly visible for all to see. It was NOT a pretty site, and hardly conducive to my appetite.

  • [6] August 10, 2016 at 9:54pm

    I fear the Democrats and Clinton more than ISIS because their idiotic ideas are more likely to get me killed by ISIS.

    For that reason, I “fear” Clinton and Trump equally, if it could be called fear.

    My trust is in my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

  • [7] August 9, 2016 at 8:44am

    Too many “Republicans” have shown their true colors voting for Trump. I haven’t seen anyone on here actually refute what she said.

    It’s you guys who were never Republican to begin with.

    Between the socialist Democrats and the anarchist Republicans, the fall of America is on ya’ll. The world will run itself into the ground for its “rights” and privileges, and then stab each other when there is no food or clean water left. It will be the fault of those who do not understand the importance of households, children, and foundational values needed to structure a surviving household, the backbone of any successful civilization.

  • [26] August 8, 2016 at 10:40am

    Agree, but I will give his candidacy a serious look.

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