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  • April 12, 2014 at 6:09pm

    Harry Reid is a perfect example of the destructive power of pride.

    Reid is a Mormon (as is Beck, the Rancher, Romney, Mike Lee, myself), but his works betray him.

    Almost 10 years ago, I read an interview by him where he expressed “frustration” that there weren’t more Democrat Mormons. His worldview was that it didn’t fit the Sermon on the Mount narrative of helping the less fortunate.

    I remember thinking, “You’re about the most clueless Mormon I’ve ever run across.” First, Jesus Christ doesn’t force his followers to help the less fortunate like gov’t does. Second, the Mormon Church has the most successful economic welfare program in the world and is debt-free. Third, in most natural disasters, the Mormon Church is always one of the first organizations on the ground with food and supplies – all done through it’s welfare program.

    So Harry Reid really is in own little world. He can’t even see that his own Church, which is mostly conservatives/libertarians is a glaring example of “by their fruits ye shall know them”.

    The LDS Church Welfare program happens mostly by volunteer time and labor. From growing/harvesting Church-owned farms to canning, most of it’s volunteer. There isn’t fraud beyond what a person tells his/her local leaders of their needs which is difficult to lie about when everyone knows each other.

    Yet Harry Reid believes in gov’t welfare which is rife with corruption and those who would abuse it’s programs to enrich themselves.

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  • April 12, 2014 at 5:19pm

    Stop posting info that is either old or out of context.

    The info about cell towers was from yesterday. The info about shooting women and children was originally put out before the Co Sheriff announced the BLM was pulling out.

    The situation was very tense earlier but has calmed down (for now).

    I keep being reminded by you Alex Jones nutjobs how easily it is to fear-monger when you report things out of context or without actually reading stuff carefully.

    It took me all of two minutes to go to and see the posts above weren’t completely accurate of what was coming from there.

    Next thing is we’ll see some conspiracy develop about how BLM is planning a FALSE-FLAG event and it’s directly related to last years’ Boston bombings.

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  • April 8, 2014 at 1:40am

    TheGrtDcptn … Love it!

    Even better. Tell them no, then when they threaten a lawsuit, say, “Ok, but your fees will be directly donated to the FRC.”

    I’m sure when the story makes the news, Christians will be flocking to your studio for pictures.

  • April 7, 2014 at 4:25pm

    Sorry, that would not have been EPIC, but stupid. It could have created an immediate hostile reaction that might have gotten out of control with no easy way to immediately get the situation back to a normal, safe atmosphere like the actual prank allowed.

    Great humor is based on reality, not lies. The reality was his phone policy. To suggest that he’s sleeping with his students is asinine since it’s obvious from the class camaraderie questions like that wouldn’t even be entertained.

    Everyone here has had their IQ lowered after reading your suggestion.

  • April 7, 2014 at 4:02pm

    You hit the nail on the head as to why this was an excellent prank.

    Nobody was hurt because the person pulling the prank allowed themselves to be used as the “butt” and only allowed it to go on long enough to get the reaction from the teacher hoped for. When the joke was revealed, it was impossible to be offended because it was obvious.

    Perfect execution.

  • April 7, 2014 at 12:45am

    Exactly. One of my daughters years ago saw $140 on the ground in a parking lot before Christmas. We picked it up and it had a prescription from a local clinic inside it. I made sure we turned it in. The clinic contacted the owner and they said to keep it cause they couldn’t believe someone would turn it in. It was an excellent teaching moment of honesty and integrity to my children.

    It’s pathetic there are some on here who have admitted they would keep it no matter what. Parasites!

  • April 2, 2014 at 7:28pm

    Wrong! Speech is protected from gov’t making any law concerning it. Any other interpretation is specious. I’m sure you have no problem with lefties shouting down people they disagree with.

  • April 1, 2014 at 10:30am

    This is one of the few times I completely agree with you JRook.

  • March 7, 2014 at 12:59pm

    For those not aware – AME stands for African Methodist Episcopalian.

    You would think someone would have caught that during it’s founding. As racist as we Americans are, it’s a given that all African Americans are called missing links on a daily basis.

  • February 28, 2014 at 6:12pm

    “There is a book published in the very late 1700′s entitled “The Book of the Mormons” whose leader was a fellow called Moroni. Gee Joseph–you didnt find the golden plates for another 30 yrs!” – reference or you pulled this out of Uranus. I’m pretty well versed on all things anti-mormon and I’ve never heard this stupid claim. It must be a new one. Kudos for originality!

    “There is a book entitled: Who Really Wrote the Book of Mormon?, by Cowdrey, Davis & Vanick. It is listed on Amazon. I have a copy somewhere in a a closet.. hasn’t been read for some time. The book alleges that a novel titled Manuscript Rediscovered, written by an itinerant minister named Solomon Spaulding in the early 1800′s, became what is now called the Book of Mormon.”

    Don’t forget Ethan Smith’s (no relation to Joseph Smith) book “View of the Hebrews” published 7 years before “The Book of Mormon” that anti-mormons have also claimed was the basis for it.

    C’mon? Which is it? Which one of these sinister plots did a third-grade-educated, back-woods, lying, gold-digger named Joseph Smith hatch that turned into one of the most successful self-supporting charity organizations in the history of the world? How is that such good fruit (those who disparage the LDS church always claim they know LDS people who are good-hearted, but just lost) came from such a Satanic person, huh? Jesus Christ himself said it’s impossible for good fruit to come from an “evil tree.”

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  • February 28, 2014 at 4:24pm

    From my post above:

    “What’s truly amazing is those Christians that engage in anti-mormon rhetoric are blind that the tactics they engage in are the same ones used by the left against the right. If they abhor the way lies are used against them to call them racists, homophobes, and sexists, why is so hard for them to recognize they engage in the same tactics against Mormons?”

    It’s sad that many so-called Christians don’t see their own hypocrisy when it comes to Mormons.

  • February 28, 2014 at 3:44pm

    Obviously Guardsman hasn’t even hit puberty.

    He has Planet Envy!

  • February 28, 2014 at 3:40pm

    Don’t worry. King Obama has already made donations to the nation of Islam for us. We’re all invited to the party. I hear that sheep and goats will be aboard and we’ll enjoy lots of dirt.

  • February 28, 2014 at 3:26pm

    brother_ed – here’s a “heart-warming” story for you and other LDS here at The Blaze.

    A few years back, I picked the missionaries up for dinner. I had to stop at Target so they went in with me. While they were waiting in the walkway for me to pay, someone started arguing with one of them. I “politely” stepped between the missionary and this man (resulting in me being about two inches away from him) and started asking him (with a tone about 10 decibels above normal talking) why he was insulting them. I proceeded to “ask” him to walk away immediately. I think it was the fact that everyone in the store was staring at him that he turned around embarrassed and walked out.

    Having served a mission in Atlanta, I’m very protective of my missionaries.

  • February 28, 2014 at 3:12pm

    Hagoth and brother_ed are much more Christlike Mormons on web sites than I am. In person, I’m willing to discuss any topic of religion in person with anyone who really wants to learn. I have books that are documented with REAL sources and facts to counter just about every claim on all the copycat anti-mormon websites. These were written 30 – 60 years ago and the anti-mormon claims haven’t changed. THE SAME ANTI-MORMON PLAYBOOK IS STILL BEING USED! It’s still exaggerations, misinterpretations, and out-right lies.

    What’s truly amazing is those Christians that engage in anti-mormon rhetoric are blind that the tactics they engage in are the same ones used by the left against the right. If they abhor the way lies are used against them to call them racists, homophobes, and sexists, why is so hard for them to recognize they engage in the same tactics against Mormons?

    I’m a lot more impatient with anti-mormons than I used to be. I used to destroy them on Christian forums to the point that nonreligious people would usually say my arguments were winning by a mile. Now, unless you truly want to learn something, I say go pound sand.

  • February 28, 2014 at 2:49pm

    An a Mormon to a misguided, bigoted Christian, go pound sand.

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  • February 28, 2014 at 2:43pm


    It’s probably a combination of what you thought you heard, and the member not explaining things in a manner that would make it easy for you to understand by building on common beliefs first. Nowhere in official LDS Church doctrine is it found that we will be given our own planets.

    We claim that our understanding of what happens after this life is much deeper expansive than what other Christians believe. Therefore, there’s a lot of “speculation” that happens even among members of certain things. Unfortunately, some people have a hard time distinguishing between “doctrine” and “personal belief” when it comes to talking to others about our faith.

    In our meetings on Sunday, we are always admonished to only teach official church doctrine in classes to prevent this type of nonsense of exaggeration, misinterpretation, and outright lies. If people want to believe, based on their own personal study, that they can rule over a planet, that’s on them, but it isn’t official church doctrine.

    What IS official LDS doctrine is that we are to try to follow Jesus Christ. He said, “Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect.” It’s perfectly valid to interpret that Christ wouldn’t have said that if there wasn’t a way to accomplish it. Any belief this path and result is more than following Christ’s example and living with him and God again is personal speculation. There are some answers that even we Mormons don’t claim to know.

  • February 28, 2014 at 2:24pm

    If their was ever a people who deserved reparations and social justice from the United States it would be the Mormons. The Mormons were harrassed by government and political leaders in every location they fled to and made their home. Not like the African-Americans who were betrayed by THEIR OWN BROTHERS in Africa to become slaves, and have been hampered at every step by liberals in their journey to be treated equal in this country.

    Funny how it’s a progressive showing bigotry first in this thread.

  • February 28, 2014 at 2:05pm

    Liar. I call you out and you start back pedaling.

    You bring up something without any proper context to illustrate that Mormons are violent.

    You obviously have no idea of the hundreds of stories that prove otherwise. Go find out what the Hahn’s Mill Massacre was. Go read the stories of Mormon families forced out of their homes in the middle of the night where men were forced to witness their wives and daughters raped and watch their children’s heads bashed into trees.

    Then claim a people who had been abused by their “countrymen” wouldn’t be a little protective of themselves at times. THEN give the proper context that a former member took advantage of that and was the ringleader of some white men who dressed up as Indians to commit their murders.

    The Mountain Meadows Massacre shows nothing more than that everyone is susceptible to the carnality and weakness inherent of being human. It has nothing to do with the fact that Mormons were involved.

    As far as feeling victimized? Hardly! Go soak your head in a vat of sewage you self-righteous bigot. The history of my people doesn’t make me feel the victim. Rather it’s a history lesson that should be a warning to all Christians of what WILL happen to them if this country isn’t taken back from Progressive Pigs like you.

  • February 28, 2014 at 1:47pm

    Hey clown,

    Go to a Mormon church meeting on Sunday and “see” just how cultish we are. Oh wait, you won’t. What you’ll see is everyday people who have everyday struggles trying their earnest best to follow the example of Christ in helping and teaching others how to be more Christlike.

    I teach a class of kids 9 – 10 years old. Our lesson two weeks ago was about Enoch and the city of Enoch. My object lesson involved putting a jar of clear water inside a container of water with food coloring to illustrate that we can live in this wicked world without letting it influence us wrongly.

    Last week’s lesson was about Noah and the Ark. I passed out a sheet of paper to all the kids with all our cultish handshakes, pagan symbols, oaths of submission to me and Joseph Smith, promises to sacrifice all red-head step children to Ba’al, and FORCED THEM TO SIGN IT WITH THEIR OWN BLOOD.

    Oh wait. It was just a paper with statements about Noah’s story and matching answers with numbers like 2, 7, 150, 600. You know, the kind of teaching materials appropriate for that age group.

    On second thought, you’ve right. We are extremely cultish. When you consider the historically documented fact that the followers of Christ in Jerusalem we’re considered a cult at that time as well.

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