User Profile: TimetoStoptheInsanity

TimetoStoptheInsanity

Member Since: June 01, 2012

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  • September 11, 2013 at 10:07am

    God bless these bikers! The tears were flowing with the first video and the goosebumps came.

    Amazing stuff! I wish I could be there.

  • June 27, 2013 at 11:45pm

    Hey Al, before you speak, pay your taxes!!

  • June 24, 2013 at 5:21pm

    I feel sorry for this child. The heartache and issues are just starting.

    A few things that stick out to me: First, at 5 months old, babies eyes are more developing on primary colors and barely even reaching into deciphering pastels; therefore, I think that possibly the pink blankets texture was more suited for the child than color.

    We as parents/adults buy toys for children. At such an early age (5 months – 1year) do not literally pick those items. Normally, we buy girly things for little girls, boyish things for little boys – the child is in a house with three sisters. Could possibly the array of toys been more girl toys than boy toys (as there is one brother) thus he became interested in the girl toys?

    Influence goes a long way. I have a very difficult time with the concept of a 5 year-old (as they are now 6) suggesting to the parents to go to a doctor to be “fixed.” All children of that age – be it boy or girl, have spans of playing the opposite sex games/toys. What is going to happen when Coy is 10 and decides he is a boy? The backlash of four years of using the girl’s restroom and dressing as a female, in my opinion, is going to more difficult to over come than experimentation now.

    Just a sad situation.

  • June 14, 2013 at 10:37am

    It really is appalling to me. Our Country is going down the toilet faster than the spinning water, but yet…elected officials can sing and dance. While I believe a small celebration, oh I don’t know, cake and punch? would be acceptable, it’s made into a viral video demonstration.

    I tell ya, each day, I just feel more and more bound. Watching/reading each step more being taken to the total demise of this Country and it literally makes me sick, but these people aren’t concerned at all. They are winning the fight to change this country.

    It’s depressing. It’s infuriating.

  • June 13, 2013 at 10:24am

    Emails sent to my Reps. Prayers sent up. Keep praying, keep contacting and keeping praying more.

  • May 28, 2013 at 1:23pm

    I’ve worked in healthcare for slightly over 25 years. The changes that have been progressively coming about are quadrupling. A Medicare exam (yearly physical for patients on Medicare) used to be about a 3 minute long dictation. They are now about 8 minutes long with details that are astounding… right down to “throw rugs in the home, safety bars in the bathroom, use of seat belts, balancing a checkbook, grocery shopping, etc.” Tell me they aren’t stacking information!

  • May 24, 2013 at 12:03pm

    Well done homeowner, well done.

    Only just recently did I start actually “posting” here. I read mostly for about 6 months, looking for a place of like-minded individuals. It didn’t take me long to see the infiltration of the wanna-be trolls. I try not to engage those likes, but I have to say there have been days I’ve had to log off The Blaze because I become so infuriated at the ignorance that is spewed.

    Today, would’ve been my dad’s birthday. He passed in 1994. So, when I hear “Voice” saying words like “NRA gun nut”, I used to get offended. I realized today though, it’s a badge of honor. My dad, was a “NRA gun nut.” A proud one, a lifetime member. He passed that on to me as a teenager. I can remember as a young child the NRA stickers practically everywhere. He showed them proudly along with “Don’t tread on me” and “You can have my gun…” You see he was a mechanic by trade but his true love was being a gun smith and proud owner of a gun store. He taught responsible gun ownership. He taught me firearm rules early on – ones I never forgot. He taught me safety, as well as teaching a youth safety course and what it was to be a “gun nut” and to live in a country where it is our Right to protect ourselves and our family. I’m proud my daddy instilled this in me with emphasis on being responsible in handling of guns, but also not to be a victim.

    So, Happy Birthday Dad from your daughter trying to carrying the torch forward.

  • May 23, 2013 at 11:13am

    I, too, watched this unfold on Twitter yesterday. While I know I shouldn’t have been…I was shocked and appalled by the comments that Dana received. Hypocrites calling for the same thing they were up and arms over to be done to her for speaking out, even comments about hoping “if she had a son the same thing happens to him.” Vile.

    Yes, horrific HORRIFIC event. The video of the machete-wielding terrorist and the people walking around like a fender-bender happened was really shocking to me. For twenty minutes, he/they ranted on videos and walked around while the solider was laying in the streets. IF those that were backing Piers would show that much energy for a cause to help protect themselves, they may not face that particular situation again.

  • May 22, 2013 at 1:35pm

    Apologies, I cut the link off at the bottom.
    http://www.wcvb.com/news/local/metro/man-questioned-in-boston-marathon-bombing-shot-killed-by-fbi/-/11971628/20250158/-/item/1/-/1506hoez/-/index.html

  • May 22, 2013 at 1:34pm

    I have been trying to find out more on this – as it really didn’t make sense to me.

    From an article I read earlier on WCVB – Boston: ORLANDO, Fla. —A man being questioned in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings was shot and killed in Florida by an FBI agent as the man was about to admit his role in a triple murder, ABC News confirmed. Ibragim Todashev and Khusen Taramov were questioned late Tuesday as part of the bombings by the FBI official and law enforcement officers in Orlando.

    Taramov said Todashev, 27, knew bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev because both were MMA fighters. Sources said Todashev was about to admit his role in a triple homicide that happened in Waltham on Sept. 11, 2011, when he “went crazy.” Sources said Todashev pulled a knife and stabbed the FBI agent “several times, ABC reported.

    “There was some sort of aggressive movement that led the FBI agent to believe he was under threat and he opened fire,” the law enforcement official told ABC News. In the Waltham incident, three people were found dead in an apartment with marijuana and cash covering their bodies. It was not clear what role Todashev may have played, but he was “about to sign a statement” admitting to a role with Tsarnaev in the unsolved murders.

    “He felt inside he was going to get shot,” Taramiv said about Todashev. “I told him, ‘Everything is going to be fine, don’t worry about it.’ He said, ‘I have a really bad feeling.”

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  • May 21, 2013 at 1:23pm

    Devon,

    I don’t believe that tears are being shed “for the dog.” I believe those of us who teared up did so because out of the horrifying devastation, there is a feel-good story for this particular woman. She wanted her companion to be alive and with her and when that realization happened, she was overjoyed, thus those of us that were touched by it, reacted to it. Empathy is a wonderful thing some times.

    I honestly do not feel people here are putting animals over the lives lost, so try not to be so negative and condescending when there is actually something heart-warming to watch through this tragedy.

  • May 21, 2013 at 10:03am

    God Bless Glenn and the gang and Mercury One and thank you. They get my donations – I know they will be put to use for the people of Oklahoma and not over-head cost.

  • May 21, 2013 at 9:45am

    Vaman said, “Only the blaze would find an American flag inspirational in an area that is totally destroyed. At least a hundred people dead as of this morning, with total devastation. Lives ruined, people that will never recover, but a military guy puts up a flag and the blaze, via Fox news finds it to be even remotely relevant. I know the story panders to all the so-called patriots on this site, but stop. It’s inappropriate.”

    Only The Blaze would find an American flag inspirational? No, the American flag IS inspirational. It is a sign that even in bad times there is hope and PERSEVERANCE. That is what the flag symbolizes and that is why it was hanged.

  • May 21, 2013 at 9:31am

    Heartbreaking. Prayers lifted up for Oklahoma.

  • May 17, 2013 at 11:16am

    Well done, Huey. Kudos!

  • May 17, 2013 at 11:08am

    Actually, JNNFRSMSTR – The House voted 296-133 in favor of the possibility of war and the Senate 77-23 in favor. House – Republican lead; Senate – Democrat lead. Therefore, you are wrong on Bush.

    And no, he does NOT care. Had he cared, he wouldn’t have been concerned with rain drops. IF he cared, he wouldn’t lie, cheat, steal, harbor, have to have guides for talking to keep the lies straight, and act with some honor, integrity and dignity. He would uphold the Constitution of the United States and not try to rip it to shred at every opportunity.

  • May 16, 2013 at 2:23pm

    @Hi: Absolutely spot-on!

    I taught the same thing to my teenage daughters – Yes, I taught them sex-ed (gasping coming from the left). I, too, explained wait until marriage. I did, however, because we all know how teenagers can be…popped down the Medical Encyclopedia during our conversations, which were marked with sticky notes to the pages of STDs – in full color – and explained – SEE? This is what can happen to you if you choose not to use protection. Hardcore, I know – but as a parent, it was our responsibility to make sure they are aware if those chose the path.

    To this story: Appalling and he is a murderer. She decided for life – he took that decision from her. He is deceptive and evil. I can’t wait to see this spinning…

    Side note: He’s not as crafty as he thinks either. While playing with his label maker, it would’ve have behooved him to look up Amoxicillin, the proper spelling.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 3:50pm

    To say I’m appalled…well, that’s just not significant enough.

    Christianity and homeschooling are the reasons that this family was denied – agenda.

    I watched the interviews with this family. They are trying to raise their children by faith and in a God-filled home and teachings and yet, our administration denies them when we allow illegals everyday, even ones who are NOT following the rules of their visa.

    I, too, do not know my country anymore.

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  • May 10, 2013 at 7:29pm

    Exactly TexasKnight – thank you for saying what I was thinking but didn’t make clear.

    After watching Jay Carney’s presser today – my blood is boiling to a new level.

  • May 10, 2013 at 7:27pm

    CrazyTravis:

    First of all, I did not/do not agree with everything GWB did; however, I will say this and with everything ounce of my being: IF GWB was informed that Americans had fallen under attack, he would NOT have gone to sleep that night and HELP would have been given.

    I won’t go into the WMD convo – only to say, I believe he acted on what he told either truly believing or bad intel.

    I have a question though – if Benghazi was “a long time ago” – why does the left continue to bring Bush into everything?

    What you see as “straws is all you got”: I see as Patriots. People who believe the foundation of OUR country is God and the constitution and who are sick and tired of the lies, lies and lies and who are demanding the truth.