User Profile: termyt


Member Since: February 15, 2011


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  • [10] February 10, 2016 at 2:44pm

    Let me think for a moment. Who does it sound like when one claims any criticism of a person’s position or qualifications equates to unfair and unreasonable opposition to said person? Who is best known for making personal attacks against any who oppose even the smallest portion of their doctrine?

    I’m having a hard time coming up with anyone of any prominence besides Trump that doesn’t come with a (D) after their name.

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  • [27] February 10, 2016 at 1:34pm

    Getting this level of vitriol from Chris Matthews is the single best endorsement I can think of.

  • [17] February 10, 2016 at 1:00pm

    They finally got Matthews to reveal his motivation at the end there. It’s because Cruz doesn’t like Matthew’s god Obama and, therefore, is evil and needs to be destroyed.

  • [8] February 10, 2016 at 9:37am

    Course language hurts him with the over-50-crowd. It might help with the under-30-crowd. It probably does neither with those in-between.

    Those under 30 have heard and used that language their entire lives. Those over 50 have used it, too, but don’t like hearing it. Those in between use it with each other, but not in the presence of those over 50.

    At least that’s my experience.

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  • [264] February 10, 2016 at 9:28am

    If you love the Lord with all your heart, how can you kill His children before they are even born?

    If you love your neighbors as yourself, how can you kill them before they are even born?

    If we seem to be questioning your faith, it’s because we don’t understand your definition of “love” that allows you to murder the defenseless.

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  • [6] February 9, 2016 at 11:30am

    No impact to the trial. It’s a matter of how long authorities can hold someone without an indictment.

    The suspect was essentially released as though he made bail.

  • [6] February 9, 2016 at 11:25am

    What’s Latino for “Uncle Tom?”

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  • [8] February 9, 2016 at 11:11am

    Well, they aren’t going to blame themselves.

    “You only have yourself to blame” will only be true if a Republican is nowhere in sight.

  • [36] February 9, 2016 at 8:59am

    It’s implying their Jewishness is part of the problem. Intended or not, Nugent actually doubled down on this aspect making that connection seem intended. I believe he’s just sharing the graphic, I have no idea if he knows it comes from anti-Semites trying to link Judaism to gun control. I’ve never seen anything else implying Nugent is an anti-Semite, so this came as a bit of a surprise to me.

    He certainly didn’t do anything to distance himself from that side of this message.

  • February 9, 2016 at 8:08am

    That’s too bad. You wouldn’t be so much of a waste if you at least got paid for that drivel.

  • [13] February 8, 2016 at 3:57pm

    Pathetic. How much you get paid to bait people? I hope it’s not much, because that was just sad.

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  • [6] February 8, 2016 at 3:53pm

    To ban it takes away a choice for non-jewish parents. That may or may not be a valid position to have. Personally, unless you can point to real harm likely to occur to the child (which there’s no data for), it should remain a choice of the parents. Believe me, I don’t mind being circumcised, and I’m glad it happened at a time I can’t remember.

    But for Jews, it’s a religious right. They are commanded by their religion to do it. Outlawing circumcision outlaws being Jewish.

    So it’s either a bunch of know-nothing busy-bodies trying to force their will on everyone else for no reason or they are anti-Semites wanting the Jews to leave their territory. Either way, they can bugger off.

  • [23] February 8, 2016 at 3:49pm

    Abortion? OK. Circumcision, though – now that’s just too far.

  • [38] February 8, 2016 at 11:55am

    I think it is too early in Cam’s life and career to be so harsh. I hope he learns from this. We all know he knows how to win, but now we know that he still needs to learn how to lose.

    Luckily, he’s young enough to still learn that lesson.

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  • [16] February 8, 2016 at 11:50am

    Really, it’s the “feminists” in the image of the likes of Steinem and Albright are not for the advancement of women. They are for the advancement of progressivism and will use any means to trick women into following them. They will crush all women who stand in their way with greater vigor than they will oppose any man. The saddest thing is that Gloria “The boss gets one grope free” Steinem is still held in any regard at all by any woman.

  • [9] February 8, 2016 at 9:10am

    This has been explained over and over to you, blink. You may disagree with the reasoning, but that doesn’t change the fact that you are obtuse. The only question is whether that is intentional on your part or just your natural state of being.

    It has to do with point of view. All three religions claim to come from Abraham, but anyone can claim it. Doesn’t make them all the same.

    Islam claims to send the same message that was taught to Christians and Jews, only Christians and Jews have each corrupted that message over the years. Only the Muslims heard it right from the lips of Mohammad.

    Christians claim everything recorded in the Jewish texts (that make up the Old Testament) are true and right and Jesus Christ is the Messiah promised in those texts. Christians don’t claim the Jewish texts are corrupted. Some Jews even agree that Jesus is the prophesied Messiah.

    So all three claim to worship the same God, but all three give that God different attributes and revelations. Whether He truly is the same God depends on your point of view.

    “Non-messianic” Jews reject Christian theology. The God Christians describe is not the God they follow. Both Christians and Jews reject Mohammad and the god he describes.

    To Muslims – he’s the same god.
    To Christians – Jews have the same God, Muslims do not.
    To (non-messianic) Jews – neither Christians nor Muslims have the same God.

    Since you are arguing with Christians, you get the Christian PoV.

  • [5] February 5, 2016 at 2:30pm

    The Unitarians threw away Biblical principles with their very founding. I think it is safe to say to legitimately be called a Christian the way it is understood today, one must believe in the divinity of Christ. Unitarians deny the trinity, the divinity of Christ, and that salvation is attainable only through Jesus Christ. They are not Christians.

  • [1] February 5, 2016 at 2:25pm

    Amazing how folks these days with no knowledge of Church history and its role in developing Western Culture let alone the differences in the founding of the Unitarian Church feels like they know everything about it. Ignorance truly is bliss.

    Occam’s Razor is of no value in evaluating choices between things which you know nothing about.

  • [48] February 5, 2016 at 1:27pm

    Unitarian Church differs greatly from what most practicing Christians recognize as Christianity.

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  • [5] February 5, 2016 at 11:14am

    You are the only expert on your own sexuality. You are free to make for yourself whatever you like in that regard.

    The issue is when you try to change a standard that you are not the arbiter of to make it come into line with the things that you are the arbiter of. Be whomever you want to be. Do whatever you want to do. Please even try to convince us that we are wrong and you are right.

    This is all perfectly fine, and even healthy. But please understand we also feel strongly about our own opinions and didn’t just pull them out of thin air.

    So, you are welcome to your own sexuality and to do with it whatever you please, but if you attempt to then encourage us to adopt your standards over the ones we’ve held previously, be prepared for a considerable amount of disagreement.

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