User Profile: vaman

vaman

Member Since: December 19, 2011

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  • May 26, 2015 at 8:20am

    I like John McCain. He is not part of the radical out-of-control GOP. But honestly, the guy who brought on Sarah “drunken family brawl” Palin to be his running mate, has no place calling someone an idiot.

  • [-5] May 21, 2015 at 2:35pm

    Carlson is part of the Fox Entertainment channels line up and she’s the not-so-bright mom type, although her very short skirts would imply something else. It’s not in any way surprising she talks about allah and the christian god, while disparaging allah. It’s more of the idiot pandering Fox is known for. The Fox agenda is as follows and rarely, if ever, deviates. Jesus, god, military, Israel, Jews, christian persecution, Obama is an illegal muslim communist and finally conspiracy, conspiracy, conspiracy. That is not news, but low brow entertainment which feeds into the consistently paranoid GOP fanatical sect.

  • May 20, 2015 at 9:52am

    The great thing about America is, idiots like you can spend the little money you have battling out a lost cause in court and the Supreme Court would never hear your case. So it would all be in vain.

  • May 20, 2015 at 9:50am

    Non-discrimination laws always trump religious rules of bigotry. It’s not a hard concept to grasp. Real laws overrule mythical beliefs, used by bigots to spew hate. This is not “christian persecution”, which seems to be the last bastion of quasi-rational thought radical christians use to justify their ridiculous opinions. Any attempts by the radicals to make local or state ordinances will be lost at the local level and in this country shot down by the Supreme Court if enacted. This is another social equality battle christians have lost.

  • [-2] May 20, 2015 at 9:36am

    Exactly.

  • [1] May 20, 2015 at 9:36am

    Being gay is not a choice, but this guy has lived a lie all do to christian doctrine. He spouts hate and then participates in the thing he hates so much. More and more of these cases will be made public, because there is no anonymity on these apps. I feel bad for his wife, although she has probably known for some time. As for the preacher, he’s done. No sympathy.

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  • [-2] May 20, 2015 at 9:08am

    No legitimate news outlet can beat Fox “news”. Simply because Fox is not news, it’s entertainment and entertainment is always more viewable than news. Fox repeatedly shows it’s bias, prejudice and bigotry, solely to garner the viewership of the ultra-right segment of the population. People like Hannity, as an example are always discussing different conspiracy theories never based in fact, but the “what if this happened!” concept. It allows him to prattle on about anything without repercussions. Oreilly (the wife beater) is the same way. Disguising news in his guided stories to rope in the simplest of our society. The examples are pretty much endless, but the point is made. If you believe Fox is actual news, then you have given in to the rightwing rhetoric, propaganda and baseless lies.

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  • [1] May 19, 2015 at 2:53pm

    You’re right!! Every toddler should be armed with a belt fed machine gun! That will assure their safety at a FEMA run indoctrination camp…aka…public school!!

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  • [1] May 19, 2015 at 2:44pm

    These shelter-in-place and Active Shooter drills are imperative today and the school should be congratulated for having this drill, but clearly should have provided a more thorough description of the event to parents. I wouldn’t have thought the typical blaze reader could make a conspiracy theory of this event, but sadly I am wrong. To the paranoid conspiracy theorists, having the children hide is not part of their indoctrination to be subservient government drones (or similar), as many opined. It is the way to keep them safe from harm until an emergency subsides.

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  • [-5] May 19, 2015 at 9:59am

    The story had so much potential until the very end. Too bad the mom couldn’t explain why christians reject homeless people as lazy and don’t just use the ‘ol boot straps to make their lives better. Further, the mother should have explained why her god made that man homeless.

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  • [-2] May 19, 2015 at 9:40am

    Declining numbers in all christian churches has been occurring for decades. The blaze should wrap it’s obvious homophobia in better stories.

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  • May 15, 2015 at 1:57pm

    An instance where there is no parenting. The father probably paid for all of that stuff, so why destroy it. He could easily just take it away from his son for the duration until the grades improve. It’s just horribly bad parenting.

  • May 15, 2015 at 9:51am

    The young earth believers are nothing more than radical christians. They are poorly educated and lack sophistication. They knowingly deny undeniable facts of science for childhood fairytales about a 6000 year old planet. These people are biblical literalists. In genuine scientific circles, these people are the butt of jokes, for obvious reasons. They become a nuisance pushing new earth fiction in schools, in some hillbilly areas of the country and amongst homeschoolers, which is an endemic problem. Thankfully, the population of young earth buffoons is relatively small.

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  • [-11] May 14, 2015 at 4:08pm

    Another unemployed christian bigot. That’s all the country needs.

  • [1] May 14, 2015 at 10:50am

    Another one of the moral majority gang who are not so moral. He’s only sorry he got caught, not for trying to have sexual relations with an intern. No doubt he’s an avid church goer and christian. He’ll soon publically state god has forgiven him do to his prayers. That’ll fix it.

  • [3] May 14, 2015 at 10:36am

    The point of demonstrating is to make a substantive change to a perceived wrong. This is accomplished by peaceful protests, which garner support from the public, politicians and raise money to publicize the cause. Rioting, especially by state employees and others alike does nothing to change a problem. Destroying one’s own neighborhood does nothing but inflict considerable harm to the residents who live there. Watching the CVS burn down in Baltimore made me think of the great distance someone with diabetes or heart disease must now travel travel to get life giving medication. It’s no longer just down the street. It puts the destruction in to a real life scenario and perspective. If history repeats itself from other riots, the state and federal governments will not be providing funds to rebuild. Similar to Washington, DC and New York after the riots in the 70’s, entire swaths of those cities remained burned out ghettos for decades. Who suffers from that? The people involved in the riots and the innocent people that must live there.

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  • [2] May 14, 2015 at 10:24am

    The decline of christianity will bring a decline in church lead bigotry and prejudice. It will lead to unrestricted thinking and more freedom. People will not be confined to archaic and useless stories of mythical occurrences, which are nothing more than fear inducing control tactics. The decline is also a logical transition. Zeus is now recognized as a myth, as is Osiris and Poseidon. Jesus and “god” will one day fall to the wayside of history and considered cartoonish characters who somehow walked on water and made the blind, see. The big question is, what god will take their place?

  • [-4] May 14, 2015 at 10:14am

    I guess gods hand of protection was missing that day. Probably punishment for Atheists and abortion or whatever. Thankfully they found a random bible page at gods murder crime scene. And to the blaze, this story is not “making headlines”.

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  • May 13, 2015 at 12:14pm

    Perhaps a few hours in a hot car would help cure your anger issues? You must be conservative mental patient.

  • [-7] May 13, 2015 at 11:55am

    Here it comes! The storm of christian persecution! Of course, it’s not happening and never will. Christians who believe this nonsense just show their innate weakness and inability to think objectively. Gay marriage doesn’t hurt anyone and effects no one, unless you are gay and getting married. The fear peddling is aimed at the least educated and least sophisticated population of America. The Southern Baptists, evangelical crowd, already full of panic and fear over virtually everything is now on board with this anti-gay conspiratorial tripe. Businesses which choose to discriminate are not victims. They are bigots waving a bible around falsely claiming mistreatment. They then use the thin and illegitimate veil of “biblical teaching” to justify their obvious prejudice and hatred, propagated by their religion and religious teachers, like Graham. Pray all you want, as it is the act of doing nothing, but gay marriage is here to stay.

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