May 28th 2011 11:55AM Looks like a boy to me but that really means nothing because everyone thought my oldest son was a girl when he had his hood up. Hood off, the haircut was a boy-cut. The thing here is they're setting their kids up for a life-time of gender confusion. Hopefully, nature will take it's natural choice and the boys will like girls and vice versa. But to do it right, they've got to provide boy toys AND girl toys. And also, kids are very perceptive to parents' feelings. What if Jazz wants a GI Joe with the Kung Fu Grip but he's already got "enough" boy toys? Or a little girl wants a new Barbie, but she's forced to play with Hot Wheels? It's a matter of choice but I think the parents will unconsciously be influencing the kids' choices. A choice like this is too much responsibility for a little kid. A kid should have a care free life and the biggest decision they should have to make is: What kind of ice cream should I get at Dairy Queen? End of my rant.
Oct 14th 2010 11:50AM It makes me sick to my stomach that the gays have taken one of God's most precious signs of a promise He made to us and twisted it around to fit their deviant lifestyle. Anyway, what the heck does a "rainbow" have to do with being gay? Aside from the rainbow being a sign from God that he would never again destroy the earth with another flood, I always viewed the rainbow to stand for all the different races we have in the world. How dare the gays take it and call it their own to use it to stand for their twisted way of life. They've also ruined the word "gay", which used to mean "really happy".
Mar 18th 2010 7:24AM This article gives me hope. Two of my children are autistic. An 8 yr. old with classic and a 16 yr. old with Asperger's. I pray they can find a spot in this world that is rewarding mentally, socially and financially. As more people grow to understand this epedemic, maybe these brilliant people will be given more chances. And, yes, it is an epedemic. Every 1 out of 91 children are diagnosed with this, which is up from 1 out of 150.
Feb 22nd 2010 12:57PM kafienkarl: Please don't judge what the whole country is about by the way California is doing things. Yes, their Blue Cross premiums are up, but look at the state - THEY'RE TOTALLY BANKRUPT!! They can't even pay their people the income tax refunds that are due them. They get freakin' IOU's instead. California is NOT the whole country.
Feb 22nd 2010 12:51PM Americans DO NOT want this health care bill. All the polls point this out. I think the way Obama, Pelosi, most of the Democrats and even some of the Republicans are trying to ram it down our throats anyway is totally unconstitutional and just one step further to the goverment's total control of our whole lives! Insurance premiums will skyrocket and the care we receive will not be optimum. Doctors will not be able to perform all the tests they think are necessary to diagnose patients. And, if you don't have to purchase this insurance until your sick, well, that's just like saying,you don't have to purchase auto insurance until you have a car accident. But, people will be force to purchase it because they will be slapped with a huge fine if they don't. This will bankrupt the country. It makes me sick and it makes me angry.
Jan 9th 2010 3:57PM I see nothing wrong at all with what Brit Hume said. I'm very sure Tiger Woods has heard by now what was said and, who knows? Maybe he's taken it to heart. It's times like Woods is going through now (rock bottom) that a person realizes it's time to change their whole way of doing things. Hume planted a seed and maybe it's fallen on good soil in Woods' heart. Also, last time I checked, we still live in a country where you can say what you want - free speech, I hope, is still observed as a basic right!
Oct 29th 2009 11:46AM I can't believe all the stereotypes and misinformation that is being spewed around here. Quite a few people here think they know all about Christianity when it's obvious they don't even attend ANY kind of religious service. And one person (Karine) is busting on someone's spelling & then goes on to misspell several word herself. Geesh. Don't judge all Christians because some of them are fringe. You don't throw out a whole bag of apples because one is rotten. (I don't anyway), so don't judge, lest you be judged. I'm a born again follower of Christ. I don't even call myself a Christian anymore because if you do, people think you're a fringe fanatic. Yes, I DO love all of you. Some of you just aren't real likeable. But God didn't say we have to LIKE everyone, but we are to LOVE everyone. And remember, everyone was created by our one wonderful God. But a lot of them have been led astray. Myself included from time to time.
Oct 15th 2009 10:32AM Commonsense -You're obviously an Obama supporter. If your mother has a hefty pension coming because she worked for the govmt. for 30 years, I applaud her,but there are countless others out there, myself included,who have paid into SS since our first job and probably won't see it, ever. I'm 44 and I don't expect to get a dime because our govmt. is giving it all away to illegal immigrants, who, by the way, will never be stopped from illegally crossing our borders because our wonderful govmt. won't let our border guards do their job. AND you need to stop blaming our present problems on Bush. He's no longer our president and he's not the one who is spending money that our grandchildren's children won't be able to pay back. That's our new president (loosely put term) Obama and Nancy Pelosi. It's time for liberals to stop putting the blame on the wrong people.
Sep 11th 2009 12:57PM Well, I'm surprised my credit card company hasn't yanked my card. With 4 kids and all the stuff we have to buy for "back to school" I shop at a cool discount outlet clothing store in our area called Gabriel Bros. and I suppose that candle I bought at Bath & Body works not long ago is going to be held against me. This is a definite invasion of privacy!!!!!!! I thought we lived in a country where we could buy what we wanted and do what we wanted with our own credit. It makes me so mad that I could go out and buy 150 retread tires! lol But, no, seriously, it pisses me off to no end!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sep 9th 2009 9:57AM I'm glad she stood up for her religious beliefs. Her employers can thinly veil their reasons for firing her, but it's discrimination. Plain and simple. Good for her. Hopefully, she'll earn an extra crown in Heaven.