User Profile: TeresaJ

TeresaJ

Member Since: June 27, 2012

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  • [7] June 22, 2016 at 12:06pm

    @mrca

    If you support Trump, you haven’t a leg to stand on. If you don’t, you have every right to be mad at Mr. Rubio. That doesn’t change what I said.

    @ the simple one

    I didn’t say Marco Rubio’s intentions were all the best intentions, I just said he was better than Trump. I don’t count on finding a perfect person, because that person would be God. However, we had more than 10 imperfect candidates, and out of them, America chose the least trustworthy of them all. Not by a little, by a lot. At least that many people have a scale of morality that mirrors Trump. That’s the problem, not Marco Rubio.

  • [7] June 22, 2016 at 11:25am

    He doesn’t look dumb at all, he looks honest. What looks dumb is a population that can’t tell the difference between a man who makes mistakes yet is run by his convictions and a man who is a liar with no convictions. Marco Rubio is a better man than Trump, and by far more fit to run the country.

    I thoroughly respect what he had to say. Public office is about serving your country, not a power contest.

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  • [53] June 22, 2016 at 10:10am

    Obama doesn’t respect “due process.” His process is to put such things on the shelf to collect dust.

    My husband has a fairly common name that is apparently on the no fly list because he had to go through extra security every time he flew. He is former military. No guns for him until he “clears,” eh?

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  • [1] June 17, 2016 at 3:50pm

    “Fair enough. You are making unsupported assertions”

    And you aren’t? “It harms no one.” No additional support or proof. Support your own assertion before criticizing someone else’s.

  • [7] June 16, 2016 at 10:53pm

    Interesting passage for you to chose, as it is from a vision the Lord gave the prophet Ezekiel concerning the violence, evil, and abominations Judah was commiting, and the judgment for Judah’s sin. In that passage, God was instructing “six men” to meet out punishment. Being a vision, the “six men” were not specific physical beings, but spiritual. Six is noted as the number of Man. What you are quoting is a portion of Biblical prophesy.

    Here is how that chapter ends:

    “8 While the killing was going on, I was left alone. I fell on my face, cried, and said, “Oh, Adonai Elohim! In pouring out your fury on Yerushalayim (Jerusalem), are you going to destroy everyone left in Isra’el?” 9 Then he said to me, “The wickedness of the house of Isra’el and Y’hudah (Judah) is enormous, the land is full of blood, and the city is full of justice denied; because they say, ‘Adonai has left the land, Adonai doesn’t see.’ 10 But as far as I am concerned, my eye will not spare, and I will have no pity, but I will bring [the consequences of] their ways on their own heads.”

  • June 15, 2016 at 4:09pm

    On the contrary, your answer, and those who thumb you up, are showing you still don’t know what this is about. Your sexual immoralities, theirs, they affect everyone.

    Neither Europe nor America are going to win against Islam. Not on the current path.

  • [2] June 14, 2016 at 7:15pm

    page 3

    Homosexual couples never needed the “exact same rights,” which they already had, they needed accommodation for them. Very reasonable, very attainable accommodation. I think America was very understanding 8 years ago. I think the damage done is now rather irreparable. It will not be the same, not for a long time.

    Take care of yourself.

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  • [1] June 14, 2016 at 7:14pm

    “That gays who are discriminated against need to grow up and stop whining.”

    I’ve seen him say that to some effect, usually referring to issues in which there was either no discrimination, or when they were infringing on the rights of others while upset about a “right” they don’t actually have.

    “That supporters of gay rights are the “angriest, most controlling, most intolerant” people in the entire country.” That is whom we do get to see the most. Squeaky wheel, so to speak, except those wheels are more than just annoying.

    Altogether, your comments don’t seem rational, Think. If you are one that thinks by letter of law, then you should be concerned about clear laws passed with concrete foundations.

    Does anyone, including gay people, have a right to name someone else as “power of attorney” in their lives, be able to make decisions on their behalf, hospital visitations, etc, etc? Yes. These are things that really don’t affect anyone else. Most people agreed with that even 8 years ago. Many states backed civil unions to encompass this. Is a gay union the same as a hetero one? If you are really lawfully minded, you should be able to clearly answer, “No.” Does it confound several existing laws to try to say they are the same? You should be able to answer yes. You should also have been able to recognize that having two “parents” of the same sex is not the same as two of the opposite sex.

    To be cont again:

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  • [4] June 14, 2016 at 7:12pm

    “But he does say that gays getting married hurts him personally.
    That them doing so is destroying the country.”

    It HAS hurt the country, Think, and hurting the country is personal to everyone. For someone who is supposed to think analytically such as yourself, even you should be able to see the harm the ruling by SCOTUS has done to our law system, even if you cannot fathom the spiritual harm. Psychological, if that term is better for you.

    “That gay adoption should be illegal in every state.” While that must be left to the states for the same reason marriage is, depriving a child from as natural setting as possible to what Nature should have provided him in the first place, a mother and father, is child abuse.

    “That discrimination against gays is perfectly OK and not a bad thing.”

    Going to have to clarify that one. I can’t speak for Mr. Walsh, but I disagree with most discrimination laws in general, because they tend to infringe on other rights. It depends. I DO say that communities have the right to pass laws that seem right for their communities… that will promote a peaceful and safe environment to live and raise children. Homosexuality is a behavior, and as such may be included, along with prostitution, gambling, and anything else. However, no government may invade a home without cause or a warrant.

    To be cont:

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  • [19] June 14, 2016 at 10:36am

    Speech and religion have already been attacked and suspended by “New York Values.” Search and seizure would be next.

  • [1] June 13, 2016 at 1:29pm

    Doesn’t matter if there was clear evidence or not, the email would just be “accidently deleted.”

  • [7] June 13, 2016 at 12:34pm

    Cont:
    The very next day after telling us this, that boy killed 9 people in a church, followed by SCOTUS literally changing wording in a law to save Obamacare, followed by the ruling on Obergefell vs. Hodges. “God lifted His hand, so then His own people are killed?”, you ask. The Bible specifically says there will be martyrs. “How long until you avenge us?,” the Bible says. “Rest yet, for a season,” the Bible answers. In other words, their blood will be paid for. The Christians of the Middle East may seem forgotten by the powers of the world, but they are not at all forgotten by the only Power that matters.

    You won’t figure things out with your own mind. Only the Spirit can give you the answers you seek. If you turn from Him, that is your own choice, but you cannot say that you haven’t been told, that you weren’t warned. God sent someone to reach out to you. I didn’t even know it so much at the time, but He sent me, imperfect as I am. Perhaps He sent others in your life.

    Sincerely,
    TeresaJ

  • [4] June 13, 2016 at 12:33pm

    I thank you for your polite response as well, Think, but I will also point out for you, seeking an earthly “law” to force men not to commit violence while at the same time ignoring all the reasons they commit them, will continue to be a futile endeavour. Some kind of empire will be set up, for sure. The Bible already predicts that. But, it will not be America, as in that it will not be free. The founders knew and warned that a free country can only exist if its members were governed by religion and morality. I have tried to warn you and others of this on this website and elsewhere for years. Everything I (really not I, but the Spirit in me), said would happen is happening. And it will continue to happen.

    I will tell you something more specificallye. It’s ok if you don’t believe me. I’m not concerned with that.

    Last spring/summer, the Lord let my mother and I know specifically the day He lifted His hand from America. You see, up to that point, despite America’s good and bad, He blessed her because she honored Him. No, we were not perfect and never were, but He showed us grace. That is exactly what the Christian message is. We mess up, we sin, but we give our lives over to God, and even though we don’t deserve it, He forgives us our sin, because He loves us. Because we would turn back to Him and repent in our darkest times, He stayed with us and covered our trespasses. But now we have turned away, so His hand is lifted.

    To be continued:

  • [13] June 13, 2016 at 11:17am

    :)

    “But I’m willing to play ball with the idea if you are. How would you convert everyone to (your brand of) Christianity in a constitutional and legal way?”

    You don’t. If people will not listen, judgment will be poured out, one way or another, but not through my hand, or any other Christian’s hand. Because you (both you personally and the world at large) choose not to listen, the world is becoming more violent.

    I cannot force you, and really, God Himself isn’t even “forcing” you. He is just allowing you to feel the results of your choices.

  • [53] June 13, 2016 at 10:50am

    I’ll tell you, but you will probably not like the answer. The only thing that will work is a change in the heart, and that is why Jesus Christ came here. That is the message the Christians’ preaching are trying to get across. (That is also why Christians don’t kill. Dead people don’t change hearts. Dead people would already be in heaven or hell, and therefore too late for them. Defeats the purpose).

    What is claimed to be “the problem” is actually the solution.

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  • June 11, 2016 at 4:31pm

    I understand how the judge felt, but I’m not sure this is the right battle. One’s name seems to be a freedom of speech thing to me.

    Then again, if changing one’s name is a freedom, why is a judge involved at all? I didn’t have to have a judge to add my married name. Maybe Georgia is different.

    Not sure of the law on this one.

  • [19] June 9, 2016 at 5:52pm

    Trump and Hillary. Two sides to the same coin

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  • [27] June 9, 2016 at 2:26pm

    If she is that confident, she is already blackmailing/ life-threatening somebody.

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  • [2] June 8, 2016 at 5:38pm

    cbrian,
    The Word given only said Trump was going to win. It didn’t say that was what God wanted. Just because God knows/knew people’s hearts and the outcome doesn’t mean that He is pleased.

  • [1] June 8, 2016 at 11:52am

    God BLESS you guys.

    This is the real action I’ve waited to see. This housewife supports you.

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