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dunkziy said...

Well, I don't watch his TV show, but I've seen and heard enough of his rants from others who like to share them and I don't agree with them.

On the subject of his faith, I share the same, Mormon. But I still think Glenn is a nutcase, and from what I've seen I don't see him as a good example of a typical Mormon, many of his comments are personal and insulting and are thus un-Christlike. I hope he is learning more about the Lord and the Plan of Salvation. Faith is, of course, a personal issue as is the relationship with our Heavenly Father.

I don't know if Glenn is pushing it through his media output but from what I've read just on this forum, it appears not to be the case.

From what little I have seen of him He's appears to be more of a showman than a considered politician.. but then again, who would trust any politician, Left, Right, Red or Blue?

February 10, 2011 at 1:04 p.m.
dunkziy said...

From what I'm seeing.. the stick has both party names on it.

October 28, 2010 at 1:21 a.m.
dunkziy said...

Made me giggle. Though it is sad he has now been released to work for the dark side.

October 27, 2010 at 1:26 a.m.
dunkziy said...

@alprova - Thank you for your first post on this page.. I've not read your other posts thoroughly but I guess from what I did read that you had an interesting life, if not wild.

I'm a square, I did not get up to the mischief you did neither did I need to experience them first hand since many of my friends were bad enough examples to me that I learned their lessons from observation, I suppose I was lucky that way.

I understood that the cartoon was about people unable to tolerate Christians and left it open for the reader to suppose who that might be. I like the fact that many people will look or read the same things and understand them completely opposite to each other.

We should be very happy we live in a FREE country where we can do this. Where you don't have to be told what to do and are protected from Right and Left extremists who would happily take away your freedom to even disagree.

July 19, 2010 at 12:13 p.m.
dunkziy said...

@ canaryinthecoalmine

Sorry, I allowed myself to be misunderstood. I didn't mean to say that we make them into Criminals, they do indeed choose that for themselves. This practice has been ignored too long and we have sent them a message that it's ok if you can get away with it (cos we like cheap hard working labor), but if we bother to catch you, you are a criminal.

It's like the criminals who will commit many other crimes to cover the discovery of the first.

I guess workers are needed and employers will use them and if they can get away with it and don't get caught, they will continue doing so.

I also work for a staffing company and we only employ legal workers. we try our very best using the tools the US government provide to make sure that they are fully documented and follow the process to weed out the fraudulent applications, but many agencies and employers don't bother to or care to.

It's as though "Don't Ask, don't tell" is the uncommon rule.

April 27, 2010 at 2:11 p.m.
dunkziy said...

I am a legal immigrant. I have no problem being stopped and required to prove my legitimacy and I don't see why anyone else should. If you are here illegally, then you should apply for a working visa and follow the process like anyone else should or leave.

If we suddenly find that we need those workers, then we could issue working visas for those that deserve it rather than ignoring the issue and pretending that it's not something we can do anything about and turn them in to criminals.

April 26, 2010 at 11:10 a.m.
dunkziy said...

When I'm trying to keep my head above water on such matters, I have to remind myself of a line I've read in a popular book

"He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone"

January 13, 2010 at 10:26 a.m.
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