Aug 18th 2009 1:42AM It is unchristian to NOT eat animals. Acts 10: 12-13 says -
It contained all kinds of four-footed animals, as well as reptiles of the earth and birds of the air. Then a voice told him, "Get up, Peter. Kill and eat." "Surely not, Lord!" Peter replied. "I have never eaten anything impure or unclean." The voice spoke to him a second time, "Do not call anything impure that God has made clean."
That makes PETA a non-christian group. (Watch how fast the crazies come out of the woodwork with an "interpretation" of that passage when it's as clear as day.)
Aug 17th 2009 8:54PM Guns don't kill people. Country music does.
Aug 17th 2009 8:52PM Guns don't kill people. Beer does.
Aug 17th 2009 5:33PM Kids will know this is fake and it won't have much impact. Show real video of actual victims and drive the message home. Of course, you liberals will say that's too harsh and we'll keep on burying dead children.
Aug 8th 2009 2:10PM Guns don't kill people. Casinos do.
Aug 3rd 2009 5:11PM Sticking anything up my butt is going to be as hard as shoving a square of butter up a wildcat's ass with a hot poker. Anybody who sat still for this was not raped - he's remorseful. That's why he reported it to the police.
Jul 20th 2009 8:26AM You people are beyond stupid. Walk up to a stranger and place your hand on their clothing where their genitals are, or on a woman's breasts and you will be arrested for a SEX crime. Do you really believe pedophiles groping children aren't committing a sex act? The act of merely touching someone in a certain bodily area for the sake of stimulation is sex. Kissing romantically is sex. Foreplay is sex. It's really simple to judge - sex is anything you would object to a 21 year old man or woman doing to your 16 year old daughter or son.
Jan 19th 2009 10:45AM Let me see if I understand some of you people, this goon is supposedly revolting for freedom but if someone said something to him he disagreed with he'd answer with violence? So he's for his freedom but not people who disagree with him? Yeah, right, good plan.
God I hate people who dropped out of public school.
Jan 19th 2009 10:37AM The punishment here does not fit the crime. I don't feel like the public should have to pay $40,000 a year to keep this idiot in prison for any length of time. Give him community service where every weekend for 5 years he has to clean grafitti off public or private property at his own expense. If he doesn't do it, then lock him up for 6 months at a time, each time adding 6 months to his sentence if he doesn't do the community service. Turns into a life sentence if he doesn't comply. And he's no Rosa Parks. Revolutions are begun by people doing deeds in the open, not skulking around in the dark. He's just a punk. Stand in front of a tank for all the world to see and you'e a hero. March up to Bull Conner and his dogs and you're a hero. Sneak around in the dark and you're just a coward.
Oct 25th 2008 5:51PM This award will not be reduced. They accused this woman of having committed a crime and they did it publically when thye contacted others. No matter what she had done in the store she had not committed a criminal act until she is found guilty in a court, after a charge is brought, after she is arrested, after she is represented by counsel, and after a trial. Target's actions were not petty. This is about as high as slander and libel can reach. This is not a case of some clumsy spilling hot coffee on their own lap while trying to drive. This is someone offering legal tender and then being labeled a thief in public BEFORE A TRIAL. Innocent until proven guilty means more than you think. And someone's reputation carries great wealth, especially when these Target fools also tried to impune her to her own employer. If they had fired her because of Target's actions she would have been awarded a lot more than 3 million.