User Profile: vaman


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  • [-3] December 1, 2015 at 12:20pm

    Another christian murderer. Nothing more. Far too many in this country. It is time to investigate churches and news outlets, like the Blaze which push guys like this over the edge with the blatant lies and innuendo . Christian murderer.

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  • November 27, 2015 at 2:53pm

    I wish the French well in their battle. It’s about time some else takes over. No more American dead and wounded in the “W” war. Bush’s war to avenge his daddy has cost enough American loss.

  • [-5] November 27, 2015 at 2:48pm

    What a nice story and cute girl. I am sorry to see she has been brain washed at such an early age. Her parents are guilty of child abuse. The worst kind, which is religious indoctrination at the earliest age. But if they don’t get their hooks in children, there is no hope for religion.

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  • [-19] November 27, 2015 at 2:41pm

    Another christian terror attack it sounds like. They have caused for more damage than any muslim, at least according to the FBI tracking of such instances.

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  • November 27, 2015 at 9:58am

    I’m thankful the Blaze continues to publish stories which illicit insane rants from the typical mentally impaired reader. The paranoid conspiracies, the endless lies about christian persecution, the Beck predictions which never come to fruition, the subtle racism, bigotry and hate mongering. The pandering to people who stand on the edge of reality and are fearful of any positive change in the world. Those who cower behind a computer and shake their fist knowing their way of life is crumbling around them. Believing people like Ted Cruz or Mike Huckabee can spew bile and make it the White House. And so many other wonderful reasons why the Blaze should have a long life. So the Blaze should be thanked and supported to make Beck a richer man on the backs his poor followers and to provide many years of future right-wing lunacy. Happy Holidays to all! Merry Xmas! Let’s celebrate the war on christmas together by enjoying Starbucks in the plain red cup, while shopping on Amazon and at target, buying rainbow colored flags for everyone. Let’s celebrate real American freedom by erecting a Satanic statue right beside the manger scene at the local courthouse.

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  • [2] November 24, 2015 at 4:30pm

    For a moment I thought Fox news was on. These store owners hit all of the right-wing memes. Troops, xmas and god.

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  • [-4] November 24, 2015 at 4:27pm

    In the real world, it is totally irrelevant what the bible condemns. Myths, fairy tales and fictional stories about talking snakes and magic babies have no baring. Or will people start stoning to death their non-virgin wives, which is clearly demanded by the bible? Civil rights for gays is here and going nowhere. There will never be a law implemented to repeal these laws and protections. There are also no attacks on christians. It is part of their blatant lie of “christian persecution”. More freedom in the American tradition for one group in no way equals persecution of another. The boo-hoo, poor me routine is becoming tired.

  • [12] November 24, 2015 at 4:18pm

    Another Last Days guy huh? Radical christian cult leader is more appropriate. The clerics have been spouting this same nonsense forever. Guess what? Nothing happens. Nothing. Not a thing. The world keeps spinning and will continue for many billions of years. But I would like to help the end-timers who are convinced the end is near. Please choose your ending date, the day the world will end. If it doesn’t end, you sign over all of your possessions to me. Any takers?

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  • [51] November 24, 2015 at 4:07pm

    Beck and his ridiculous predictions, where of course none come true. If Beck is so sure about his clairvoyance, then he should make a big statement. If his “prediction” of WWIII does not become true, he will shoot himself in the head with .357 Magnum. Money=mouth. My prediction is, he would never do that. My clairvoyance is so accurate I guarantee he would never do that. Why? Because there will not be a WWIII. It is just more of the fear mongering and Obama bashing done by lunatic right-wing crazies like Beck.

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  • [-11] November 16, 2015 at 1:19pm

    This is the true antisemitism of christians and their “love Israel”. They find jews nothing more than people to convert to their form of radicalism. It’s the dirty truth of the entire scenario, because christians find jews to be the “Christ killer”, but no longer say it out loud. It is despicable, but more of the hate christians show towards “ non believers”.

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  • [14] November 12, 2015 at 4:33pm

    I can’t wait to put up my satanic statue right beside the baby jesus and 10 suggested rules to live by. That will totally be ok with the Christians no doubt.

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  • [-1] November 12, 2015 at 12:25pm

    The pastor is just a scared, confused old man. His hate mongering may now have a penalty. There are two obscure agendas for this story and publicizing it in the U.S.. It plays well with the nonsensical christian persecution narrative, which is a total lie and it will make blaze readers think, “huuum, this could be coming to ‘merica next!”. It gets a certain group of people all fired up for no reason. A group which already lives on the fringes of society and is paranoid about fictional boogie-men creeping in the shadows.

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  • [2] November 12, 2015 at 12:11pm

    Tis the season…to restart the total lie of the war on xmas! More of the boo-hoo christian persecution narrative which is a total falsehood. It happens every year and will continue until radicalized christians finally accept there is no “war” against them. The “government” is not coming for your bibles, guns or coffee cups. Their ranting and crying resemble a child who doesn’t get his way.

  • [-2] November 5, 2015 at 9:27am

    Normal religious people have been pushed away from their religions because of the extremists. Evangelicals, Pentecostals, the born-again bunch are so out of control and radical, the majority would rather keep a healthy distance. So really, religious people haven’t evolved on the topic of gays, they now have the courage to rally against hate and bigotry at least to some small degree. In this country, the days of radicalized Christianity is coming to an end. See ya.

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  • [2] November 5, 2015 at 9:03am

    So many cast of clowns in this story. Bevin was called a “con man” and “liar” by members of the Senate when he ran pathetically against Harry Reid. He has lied about his education level and his failed businesses which have required tax payer bailouts. Under Gov Bashear, unemployment in Kentucky was at a 14 year all time low and 40% more people had healthcare, which Bevin will ruin in a matter of months. Kentucky is in for a massive shock of their own doing.
    Mat Staver is liar and fraud. He lied about the Peruvian church group praying for Davis and also the “meeting” with the pope, which the Vatican emphatically denied. All lies to appease a slow witted population. Staver’s law firm is a recognized and accepted hate group. It is under investigation for its participation in the kidnapping of a little girl. Liberty Counsel is also defending a radical christian cleric who is on trial for crimes against humanity! These are just a few examples of the criminal and unsavory characters Staver surrounds himself with because of his anti-gay bigotry.
    Now for Davis, the multi-divorced, adulterous whore and now criminal. A radicalized christian extremist and hate monger who has made herself and Kentucky look like a gaggle of slack jawed yokels. Mat Staver has dragged her around by the hair for his personal gain and publicity. His legal arguments are of someone who has no legal training what-so-ever. The Davis story is over.

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  • [2] November 4, 2015 at 12:45pm

    When referring to the president, what do you mean by “dealt with”? Feel free to elaborate.

  • [-6] November 4, 2015 at 9:23am

    One statewide election is not a foreshadowing of any national election. Bevin won by appealing to the fear and ignorance of the right-wing. Constantly talking about “religious freedom” and Kim Davis. The same old lie about confiscation of guns and dragged out the bible many times. He could not stand on any real issues which effect a state which is riddled with the typical southern problems. So he hit the hot topics which get right-wingers all riled up, no matter how false the statements are. Now Kentucky must contend with the consequences.

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  • [-1] November 3, 2015 at 5:02pm

    It is a saddening and comical poll at the same time. Asking people about an un-real character and how they perceive it. Ask the same question about Aquaman, Humpty Dumpty or Jack and his beanstalk. All have the same relevance, with one exception. Many religions are historically and currently known for hurting non-believers or “others” and Humpty just falls off a wall.

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  • [-4] November 3, 2015 at 4:49pm

    This must be rather disappointing for the right-wing military fetishists who believe SEALs are god-like, unstoppable creatures.

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  • [2] November 3, 2015 at 2:06pm

    Another “pastor” and more gloom and doom. Christians have recovered from many things they rejoiced in . They can no longer own slaves. Women can vote and have professional careers. Inter-racial couples can get married. Black kids can go to school with white kids. Segregation is a thing of the past. Christians delighted in their hate and explained it away with a few chosen bible quotes and other Bronze age adages created by illiterate goat herders. Now marriage equality is law and here we go again. The bigots who swing bibles are just not sure how christians will survive. Although self-marginalized, they will somehow trudge forward with more false victim mentality.

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