Just got to the part where the littlest boy is crying. The older boys are trying to comfort him….and that Soulless Bitch stands there and says …”as I have told you before Potter, naughty boys deserve to be punished”…I had to stop it and walk away for a while, hold the cats, remember my good things in life, think on the dragon….anything to keep from seeing that crying child’s face any more. If I could reach through the screen and take her on I would…If I could reach out and get her I think I would kill her and I do not use that word lightly, because what I can not give back I normally refuse to take away…yet I would, I would suffer the consequence if I could stop another child from that pain. Hugs
April 27, 2015
The SNAP challenge asks people to do just that. Try living on a measly $4.15 a day, or about…
Trying to watch Harry Potter and the order of the Phoenix. Have to keep skipping over the Delores Umbrage parts. At the point where she is hurting Harry for his telling the truth by writing lines and she says..” because deep down you know you deserve to be punished”.. I almost threw up. I have heard that before and not in a movie. I want to watch the movie but I wish they had not included her part, or at least made her …I don’t know..human? Hugs
When is it going to be enough. It is like the police have declared war on the people. They have become judge , jury, and executioner of the very people they are to protect. I am so sick of this stuff. We have all become all in danger. Hugs
Robert Liese was in jail for being unable to pay a $60 bar tab.
Orlando, FL — An Orlando cop has been arrested after surveillance video showed him violently kneeing a handcuffed man. But further investigation into the matter shows that his fellow officers were not only complicit in covering it up, but also sadistically laughed as the man lay bleeding internally in the cell.
What happened between the initial blow to the stomach and the time the paramedics were notified is disturbing, to say the least.
Robert Liese was in jail after he says a friend left him with a $60 bar tab that he was unable to pay. Besides being drunk, not once did Liese ever pose a threat to officers. In fact, he peacefully offered Delio his hands to be brought to jail after knowing that he was not going to be able to pay.
But Liese says that Delio didn’t care that he was nice and then kicked the handcuffed man in the stomach as he was loading him into the squad car.
I have included excerpts below to wet your appetite. Please read the whole article at the link below. I have to tell you I am tired of hearing the myth this is a christian country, that our founding fathers wanted a christian nation, and other religious myths. Hey have fun in your faith if you wish, just don’t force other to join you, don’t change history just to make yourself more important or feel good. Hugs
America is not a Christian nation. We’re a secular nation that suffers a small but vocal minority of theocrats.
Looking over these men’s statements and histories, it’s clear that they’re plugged into the myth that defines the religious right. This myth is that America is fundamentally a religious nation and always has been, but it’s been hijacked by a minority of back-stabbing secularist elites—and that the country can be restored to its rightful Christian dominance by electing a Republican.
It’s a narrative that is fundamentally wrong. Yes, the majority of Americans identify technically as Christians, but a deeper look at how our people act, believe, and think shows that we’re not at all a “Christian nation,” but a largely secular nation that suffers a small but vocal minority of theocracy-minded conservatives. And not just that, but that the secular-minded majority is getting even bigger and more secular all the time.
It’s not just about these moral questions, either. One of the ways that the religious right claims that we’re a deeply religious country unlike our secular counterparts in Western Europe is by pointing to our supposedly much higher church attendance rates. While the French and English spend their Sundays snoozing in bed, Americans supposedly get up and get to praying. And it’s true that if you ask Americans how often they go to church, they report putting their butts in pews on a regular, often weekly basis.
Those Americans, however, are not telling the truth. Research shows that pews are about half as full as they would be if Americans were telling the truth about church attendance. When researchers actually record Americans’ day-to-day activities, they find that they don’t go to church much at all. In fact, we don’t go anymore than our Western European counterparts. The religious right likes to claim we are a “Christian nation”, but we are a bunch of secularists who only show up for weddings and holidays, just like the Europeans. We just lie about it, possibly because we buy into this myth that we are a religious country, which makes some people feel pressure to front like they have more faith than they actually do.
we know the formula for growth and the republicans wont let it happen, even as they want to go back in history on all civil liberties for others