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Youngamericangirl

Member Since: January 13, 2013

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  • July 11, 2013 at 2:09pm

    Skillet is a great band. I’ve seen them at a Christian concert that I went to with a church youth group. Before that I wasn’t much into Christian rock or any Christian music but they were really good.

  • July 2, 2013 at 1:12pm

    I don’t see it as a good or bad thing. Religion is a purely personal choice and many people, in today’s world, are indifferent to it. But their are good and bad people in every religion whether it’s Christianity, Islam, or Atheism.

    I don’t really care what religion anybody is. Nobody should be forced to believe in God or forced not to believe in God. But as others have said, the same people that choose to not believe in a God need to realize that America was founded by men who believed human beings had natural rights that we are born with endowed by a Creator.

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  • July 1, 2013 at 2:58pm

    I love this guy. Him and Senators Mike Lee, Ted Cruz, and Rand Paul all give me hope. If we could just get more men like them in Congress who actually do what they’re supposed to, I think we could have a chance at turning this country around.

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  • June 29, 2013 at 5:02pm

    I respect their right to have their monument if they wish. That’s why it’s called freedom of religion. It means freedoms for all people to have their voices heard, whether they be Christians, Atheists, Jews, Agnostics, etc. I don’t have to agree with them or their so called quotes from the Founders. I wish The Blaze would post the quotes they used from the Founders on here. As I said before when this was first reported, many Atheists have had fake quotes and quotes taken out of context from the Founders posted on billboards and signs. Then again, it’s up to people to educate themselves on that.

  • June 29, 2013 at 4:09pm

    I think the pictures are amazing. I love history and living near a Civil War battlefield, I love the battle reenactments.

    I had family members that fought at Gettysburg on the Confederate side so it would be great to see the reenactment there one year.

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  • June 25, 2013 at 3:43pm

    This is a win for the religious freedom of everyone. To live in a country with true religious freedom means being able to accept that not everyone thinks, religiously, the same way you do. And that goes for people of all religions, Christians, Jews, Muslims, and Atheists. The Jesus statue being there is not hurting anyone or offending anyone and isn’t an “establishment” of a religion by Congress so it is not unconstitutional. If Atheists want to put up their own statue, then by all means, let them.

    However, this FFRF group is starting to anger me. They have every right to speak their minds, that is perfectly fine. But to go around the country taking people and places to court just because you disagree with them is ridiculous and frankly that is unconstitutional in itself seeing as the reason they are doing it is to suppress lawful citizens from being able to have religious freedom.

  • June 25, 2013 at 2:23pm

    I think this is a pretty good idea. As long as it isn’t too “preachy.” Even as a Christian, I don’t like movies where I’m constantly being preached at. I could go to church for that. I think we should make more movies that have more of “moral to the story” type feel rather than just a Christian movie. But they are right, movies and Hollywood, especially in this day and age do have a guiding role in morals of people, or should I say lack of morals and having any morally themed film would be a good thing.

    And for me, I would actually like to see more historically themed movies, maybe with a bit of a religious theme, but more historical.

  • June 25, 2013 at 1:26pm

    @Balding

    Are you really ignorant enough to believe these are Tea Party people? Really? These people in the video probably don’t even know what the Tea Party is either, let alone Eric Holder. I don’t care how much you hate Tea Party people, or Republicans, or Conservatives, or even Libertarians but at least try and grow a brain and learn how to use it. Your statement is probably the most ignorant statement I’ve ever seen on this site, and that is quite sad, because I’ve seen a lot.

  • June 25, 2013 at 1:21pm

    The sad things about videos like this is that even though they present only the most “entertaining” comments, if you combine all the videos like this out there, it still portrays a large part of the voting population of America. These people vote and yet they don’t know anything about what has gone on in our current or even past governments. And the other sad part, these are mostly young people, on their shoulders and in their hands rest the “future” of our country.

    I’m only 18 and I detest politics but I still choose to educate myself on current and historical events, because it is important to know and understand the things that are going on. I think a quote by Thomas Jefferson is perfect for what I’m trying to say,

    “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” Thomas Jefferson.

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  • June 24, 2013 at 3:56pm

    I have no problem with transgender people because if that is the choice they choose, then it does not bother me. This is a child! I’m sorry but I consider it child abuse to change the sex of your child when they are that young. If the child grows up and still wants to be another gender then let them choose themselves to do that. But this is a child, how does he/she even know anything about sexuality? When I was six, I didn’t know about nor did I care about sexuality.

    “At 5 months, she took a pink blanket meant for her sister Lily.” When I was a baby I used a blanket and carried it around with me everywhere. It had been made for my brother when he was a baby. I had only one older brother growing up, so I had both an interest in barbies and boy toys such as cars and plastic soldiers. I even wore some of my brother hand-me-downs when I was little and grew up being a tom-boy. I guess my parents should have taken me to a doctor to be “fixed?” Even now at 18, I feel much comfortable with guys and uncomfortable with some girls. But I have never wanted to be anything else but a girl and I’ve never felt like I was anybody else.

  • June 24, 2013 at 1:46pm

    Just let her play, and if she gets hurt, oh well, she must accept the consequences of playing boys. Either that or start a girls football team. We have a girls “powder puff” football team at my school, I believe.

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  • June 19, 2013 at 12:37pm

    Good for him for telling the truth. I hated school lunches when I was a kid so my mom usually packed my own lunch. But situations are like this at most if not all public schools. Even in high school, the food sounds better than it actually is. My grandmother was a cook at an elementary school back in the 60′s and they would make home-cooked meals right in the kitchen. Now most of the cooks just get their regular deliveries of frozen food, toss it in the oven, done. That’s the “healthy” food right there that kids are being fed.

  • June 17, 2013 at 11:37am

    Whatever little faith I had in the Supreme Court was just lost. There is absolutely nothing racist or discriminating about asking you to prove that you are AMERICAN before you vote in AMERICAN elections. And for most citizens, real American citizens, it is as simple as pulling out a drivers license or social security card. This ruling is gonna do nothing but create more and more voter fraud and allow more and more illegals to vote in this country illegally.

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  • June 16, 2013 at 1:17pm

    I also like how they’re called “Immigration Activists,” like if you don’t agree with them you somehow don’t support immigration. I support immigration. I support it if it’s done legally.

  • June 16, 2013 at 1:11pm

    Maybe those fathers should have thought before they crossed a border illegally then. These people want others to feel sorry for them and I just don’t. People make choices. Those fathers made choices to do something illegal and now they have to face the consequences. Other countries manage to deport people that come in illegally, yet for some reason these people here in the States want special privileges and want to be able to just completely bypass the law.

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  • June 13, 2013 at 3:44pm

    @Dismayed Veteran

    Yes, I understand that people in the military do have to give up some of their rights. I have family currently in the military so I know that very well. However, that doesn’t mean that we don’t need to have more people like this kid in the military who understand the Constiution and understands that civilians have the Constiutional rights and that was the point I was trying to make.

  • June 13, 2013 at 3:07pm

    @Voice

    The armed forces does not need what kind of person in their ranks? You mean a person who actually respects their oath taken to abide the Constiution of the United Statew of America, which, yes, does include freedom of speech. Have you ever actually served in the military?

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  • June 11, 2013 at 4:20pm

    I’ll probably get ranted at for saying this, but I actually agree with this woman. I believe that prayer should be allowed in schools for students that wish to do so and students that are old enough to make that decision. But a teacher forcing students, especially students that are not even old enough to get the debate of religion, should not be allowed.

    I am Christian but I definitely would not want an atheist teacher telling my five year old there is no such thing as God or a Muslim teacher telling my child to pray to Allah.

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  • June 10, 2013 at 12:12pm

    @Rachelle

    While in my honest opinion I think it’s your chromosomes that make you who you are, male or female, if you want to live life as a woman and that makes you happy, then go for it. You seem like a good human being with morals and that is all that matters.

    It’s the people at the gay pride parades that make mad. I could care less what lifestyle anyone chooses for themselves and what you do in the bedroom. That is of no concern to me. But when it’s shoved down our throats at gay pride parades it just makes me mad. I really don’t want to know anyone’s sexuality, whether they’re heterosexual, homosexual, transsexual, or bisexual. It’s not something I would judge someone on so would why would I want to know it? I judge people by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin, nor their sexuality or their religion.

  • June 10, 2013 at 11:26am

    I’m just astonished that anyone who calls themselves human can look at a life, an innocent human being who hasn’t even had the chance to live, and snuff it out in such cruel ways. I will never be able to understand that mentality.

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