Exusiai's comment history

Exusiai said...

So, I stumbled across this a bit late, but wanted to let you folks know the kind of person running here. This is an Interaction between myself and this Candidate..

A.S.: With overwhelming encouragement, I am picking up qualifying papers to run for U.S. House of Representatives district three of Tennessee, tomorrow morning. Will need the signatures of twenty-five registered voters. You are cordially invited to stop by Starbucks on 153, between 1:00 and 3:00, to sign and show your support for this politimom and working class families!

ME: Sadly, I can not throw my support behind you. I've witnessed how you have treated myself and others on this "board" and others. I would prefer to be represented by someone who is more open minded to a viewpoint that does not agree with their own, and who does not attempt to railroad others who disagree with their viewpoint.

All the same, best of luck to you in this endeavor.

---Miss Angelia Stinnett's response (As Admin of said group) was to Delete my reply, and remove me from the group... Thus doing nothing more than proving my point.

my PM to here last night at 12: midnight after she deleted said post. ----

ME: Deleting my comment, and removing me from the group.... thank you for validating and proving my point.

A.S.: You have not participated in anything on that page until now, to personally attack me. That says a lot about you.

ME: That was not an attack. I didn't call you names, I didn't do anything other than explain (in a polite fashion mind you) why I couldn't support you. And all you did is prove that what I said was true. You do not possess the people skills required to run for public office. What will you do on the campaign trail when someone criticizes you at a press conference? Ignore them? Belittle them? Railroad your opinion over them. You can't delete a reporter from a press room if they say something you don't like. My post was polite, and even though I disagree with your bid for office, I wished you luck....

July 8, 2014 at 3:59 a.m.
Exusiai said...

Easy123,

Conservative's argument is that If the government wants to regulate "healthy foods" then they should remove the "junk food" from the eligible items on the Food Stamp list.

June 27, 2012 at 10:28 a.m.
Exusiai said...

Here is the linchpin "Mandated Prayer"

the prayer at these meetings is not mandatory, it is voluntary. Welcome to the definition of words folks.

June 22, 2012 at 10:08 a.m.
Exusiai said...

And again here I go.

For those who have an issue with prayer at a meeting. I have attended several school functions enough to know that I can "not hear" something if I do not want to.

Here is the thing. If they are not putting a gun to your head and forcing you to pray along with them, they are not violating your rights.

June 22, 2012 at 10:03 a.m.
Exusiai said...

See I get where these people are coming from, however I have an issue with it. Because of groups such as this I Have been robbed of my Constitutional right to pray at a football game, OR to bring a sign to that game with a bible verse on it.

So the Freedom From Religion folks are not just fighting for the rights of people to not have to hear a "Christian Prayer" they are also Fighting to Trample and bury the rights of Christians.

June 20, 2012 at 4:39 p.m.
Exusiai said...

Dumbledore403 said... Joneses- What needs to happen to Mr. Hammond is for him to be fired. He has violated his oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. And if you need to be explained why I feel that way...take a long look at the First Amendment.

Actually I'd like an explanation, I've missed something here. How has he violated the 1st Amendment?

June 19, 2012 at 11:19 a.m.
Exusiai said...

I love how people have an issue with "God" in one place but have no issues with "God" in others. I've made this statement before I'll make it again.

All of you who feel that injecting the word "God" into your day to day lives violates your rights and is forcing the Christian God upon you.

Give me every single piece of currency you have or ever will have. Every piece of money in this country has the words "In God We Trust" written on it somewhere. and yet you aren't griping about that. you have no issues spending that money, and thereby spreading the Christian God around to others. you have no issues taking that God out of your pocket, and using him to pay your bills or debts.

You have no issues using a piece of paper with God printed on it to go to the movies, or to indulge in your extra curricular activities.

That in and of itself is hypocritical behavior at its finest. So save yourself the heartache of suffering under a Christian God.

Give your money to me.

Thank you.

June 18, 2012 at 11:51 a.m.
Exusiai said...

joneses...

Okay as a Christian, I'm offended by you. You have done nothing here but make those of us who may believe as you do look bad. You most definatly have not proven your point. Let us examine a few of your comments...

*"Actually I expect nothing of you as you and the rest of your little libtard atheist friends are small and irrelevant to me." *

"I personally do not give a rats (explicitive deleted) what you believe in because you are not important to me."

"I think I will go to the court house and pray today just to piss you off"

As a Christian, are you really supposed to find people irrelevant? Really? Do you even for a moment think that by telling someone with an opposing view that they are irrelevant to you that you have any hope of winning them over? What kind of example are you setting for others in the community who may look up to you? What sort of example for those looking at you as an example Christian are you setting? Why would anyone who is not one of us look at you and say "Man I want to be like that."?

And of course cursing and name calling is ever the mature adult way to prove your point. I know when someone is trying to convince me my point of view is wrong, that if they call me a name or curse me out I change my mind right away.

Now, to the subject at hand. Is prayer in a government meeting legal? Well let us see.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

The amendment prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.

So then in theory, it is illegal for the Supreme Court to pass a law that says I can not pray in a public place. that would be impending my free exercise of religion and my freedom of speech. It would also be interfering with my right to peaceably assemble if they passed a law saying that a group (say at a football game) wanted to prempt the game with a prayer.

I as a Christian, have the Constitutional right to pray whenever and wherever I want. Congress, the Supreme Court, the State government have no legal grounds to establish laws preventing me from doing so. It is Unconstitutional to tell an American citizen it is a LAW that you can not pray.

See everyone wants to ignore the other side of the coin on this one. everyone wants to say the First Amendment means you can't pray in public, and yet it also says you can. It specifical says that laws can not be passed that hinder, or prevent my right to publicly affirm my faith.

May 30, 2012 at 11:31 a.m.
Exusiai said...

happywithnewbulbs said...

Typo, oops my bad.

May 9, 2012 at 5:49 p.m.
Exusiai said...

nooga said... "Seems kind of funny that your all in favor of drug testing for welfare recipients, but only lil jonnie and Blackwater suggested drug testing the biggest leechs of tax payer money, the politicians "

I agree whole heartily. As their employer I want them tested. As their employer I want them docked a days pay if they miss a vote.

May 9, 2012 at 4:02 p.m.
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