User Profile: Tomkat10

Member Since: July 11, 2013


  • September 12, 2013 at 12:57pm

    As long as they are not marrying each other. This would be biblically sound.

  • August 18, 2013 at 1:33am

    The President has abused his power with unilateral actions so often that it is almost a part of the process of law. The gridlock with in the Congress is so oppressive to the President’s agenda, that he will ignore the constitution he swore to uphold to propel what he wants to do. He’s never been a servant of the people, for the people. He is a self servant with tunnel vision, and will stop at nothing to get his plans for America advanced. He remains the greatest threat to the United States of America to date. As no one will oppose him.

  • August 15, 2013 at 11:41am

    The silent take over. We have remained silent, and they are taking over.

  • August 15, 2013 at 11:40am

    There was a military coup that occurred in Eygyt. and by law all foreign aid should have been stopped. But Obama picks and chooses the laws he will abide by. And I don’t see anyone opposing him in Washington. There’s no one left to vote for. They are all the same. It’s the government against the citizen. Exactly what our Constitution was written to avoid. It’s really all here, but the crying.

  • August 5, 2013 at 8:43pm

    A 13 year old white boy gets brutally beating on a public school bus by “3″ 15 year old black boys and no one thinks this is a racist hate crime. Where’s the media coverage on this. It’s well past time that America admits there is a systemic problem with the black community and the violent behavior being developed in there homes. This is disgusting. I hope the parents of the boy who was attacked sues the daylights out of the parents of those boys involved in this brutal beating. And criminal charges are brought against them. This has GOT TO STOP!

  • August 2, 2013 at 12:21am

    It’s elected officials like these that are part of the problem in the inner cities. Don’t think for one minute that they give a crap about what’s happening down town tonight. They are on the government payroll in there cushy offices. They will look the other way to keep themselves in power, while there own race goes down the drain, I’m glad O’Reilly took her task for those inciting remarks.

  • July 28, 2013 at 8:02pm

    This is America isn’t it. Why we are allowing the disposition of a few to determine the disposition of millions is disgraceful. Those that are trying to nullify patriotism, should be given their passport outta here. And told never to return. We are not that far out of the woods, that we don’t remember what it is to be a proud American and stand for something greater than one’s self. It’s high time we return to those attributes that made us so great. Like sacrifice, service, brotherhood and charity for those less fortunate. We have championed those qualities and are recognized for them around the world by the multitudes we have ransomed our own countrymen to save and serve. It’s the over reach of the past and present decades of government that has stained our good name around the world. maybe it’s about time for some real leadership to ignite the goodwill that still resides in the heart’s of every American that still loves this country.

  • July 19, 2013 at 12:01am

    There are a few good men still left in Washington with a moral compass. but having said that, I can’t help but think that being so close to the situation and congressional people on the ground. They must know that there has been alot of secret underhanded things going on in the White House for a long time. I’m just waiting for someone with some real courage to expose the truth of this administration’s ruthlessness and unconstitutional behavior. How and why they are in control of Washington, is a question that begs for an answer. It’s time to open the doors of the White House so we the people can see the truth of who’s in charge. I think most American’s are decent people and deserve the truth. For better or worse.

  • [8] July 12, 2013 at 9:22pm

    Not allowing your child to drink water on a hot day in school should be considered child abuse. As an adult you have the choice to engage in a fast that could possibly harm you. But a child is a subordinate of an adult, and the adult has a responsibility to protect that child. This is just another illustration of being politically correct at the expense of another. Disgusting. As a parent i would be suing the school and bringing charge against the parents of those children forced to endure a fast that could possibly harm them. What is wrong with this world.

  • July 11, 2013 at 11:16pm

    Why would any sane person subject themselves to this type of behavior. And for 30 years no less. I’m glad she’s seen the light. I pray for those that are still under the control of the loon’s in charge.

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  • July 11, 2013 at 11:08pm

    Nancy Grace is a dog meat talking head. She preys on the emotions of any given situation regardless of the evidence presented. She’s irrelevent. I suppose that’s why she on imitation News TV and not in a court room defending the laws of the land and upholding our constitution as American’s.

  • July 11, 2013 at 6:40pm

    This case has all the earmarks of a systematic plot to undermine of justice system. A tragic event now turns even more ugly as the state tries to throw in a false claim of child abuse. Although tragic, Treyvon was 17 years old. When convenient for the state to prosecute they have subjected miner’s to being tried as adults. Now, that they are on the verge of losing quite decisively, they throw a trump card into the fry. When I was 17, I was engaged to be married and living with my soon to be husband of now some 40 years. Certainly not a child by any stretch of the imagination. This is an outrage. Obama and Eric Holder have orchestrated this circus from the beginning to now the end. And an unfortunate accident is going to have an unjust outcome. Every American citizen should be put on high alert. This could be you. Disgusted with all of this!!!