Tim Branson

Tim Branson 2 months ago on Girls night out

Once again the left wing "judgement" spiel. What better way to explain away poor behavior. If the Bible is the word of God, then it's God who's doing the judging. I'm just repeating that a Christian who is supposed to believe in the Bible and follow God's ways would not normally act contrary to it. And if they do, it is not normal and it is a scandal to others who believe and a poor witness to those who don't. Lefties don't understand the logic since they believe in nothing except a "God" they have made up in their own imagination who follows no logic and doesn't care what you do. What a nice arrangement. Invent your own God. We've sure seen the results of that.

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Tim Branson 2 months ago on Sad to see the article

We knew this left wing reader in particular would have something totally inane to say about a topic she knows nothing about...faith and morals as described in the Bible. You see, we are not in charge of morals. God is. And not the God of pagans who have invented their own kind of God to fit their distorted world view. Too bad nothing gets through to these people, but then that's why the world is in the morass it is.

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Tim Branson 2 months ago on Girls night out

It was sad to see this article about women salivating over mostly naked men at the Casino. Even sadder was the "happy" picture of several women who go to church and call themselves Christian hamming it up at the immoral show and according to the article, "None were embarrassed to say they were attending the show. In fact, no one we spoke to seemed self-conscious." Whatever happened to modesty, decency, and the Bible calling such lustful and shameful behavior sinful? Apparently the standards are not the same for women. Can you imagine the Roundup reporting on 200 men hooting and hollering over mostly naked women on stage? The world has turned upside down. Heaven help us all!

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Tim Branson 3 months, 2 weeks ago on With some people, there’s always a ‘Yes, but ...’

We need only use Mr. Hamric's answer to another "willfully ignorant" person in the letters to the editor called "Repeating the Same Lies" who continues to insist the Planned Parenthood videos were "rigged." Mr. Hamric, unlike Mr. Collins, actually looked up the facts and said this, "As to the PP remark, you are flat out wrong and "repeating the same lies". Anyone who can operate a computer can easily find in correspondence to congress from the head of PP and even this excerpt from Snopes (hardly a conservative site) when they looked into the issue "Fetal tissue may only be used or sold post-abortion with the consent of the woman undergoing the procedure. Although some researchers may obtain fetal tissue directly from abortion clinics at their own medical facilities, others have to purchase it from middlemen who pay fees to providers such as Planned Parenthood for specimens and then resell those specimens to researchers. Planned Parenthood maintains they charge only what the law allows (i.e., what they need to cover their expenses in such transactions), while the middlemen charge a markup to cover their processing costs. But regulation of these types of transactions is somewhat murky: Now you may choose to falsely believe whatever you choose, but the facts clearly show that PP does in fact sell fetal parts for money." If Mr. Collin's information on one issue in his letter is that faulty, why would anyone accept anything else he asserts?

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Tim Branson 3 months, 2 weeks ago on Repeating the same lies

Now we are into prisoners and bombings and political parties. No one has answered my question on, oh what was it again? Oh yeah, ABORTION!. Why? Because they can't face the answer. They can't face the truth. No point in continuing...

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Tim Branson 3 months, 2 weeks ago on Repeating the same lies

Thank you Mr. Hamric, for clearing up the Planned Parenthood debacle. It's obvious Ms. Green does not really want to know the truth either. And I could quote Thomas Jefferson as well by finding a quote that fits my worldview, but what I was alluding to in my questions were not about Mr. Jones' personal opinion of his virtues or his supposed "understanding of LAW." My question still remains. What is an abortion? And if abortion is the deliberate killing of another human being, how can making it a "LAW" make it right? You can go on endlessly about a woman's right and the force of a particular government's laws, etc. But you have to eventually come back to the essential truth that when you abort your "fetus" you are killing a human baby. You can couch it in any easy-to-swallow terms you want in order to assuage your conscience but the scientific fact is you are killing another person. Changing the subject with "Red Herrings" like "Conservative men are all gynecologists" will not change facts. Abortion means death and it means you agree with death. How does a decent, intelligent person live with that?

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Tim Branson 3 months, 2 weeks ago on Repeating the same lies

Funny isn't it. When a liberal has nothing constructive to say they always try to throw everything back on the person telling them the truth. The scientific fact is that abortion is destroying a human being. "Murder" is the premeditated killing of another human being. I did not address or judge the reason why a woman would want to destroy her own child, just the fact that that is what she does when she has an abortion. How one can go from that subject to the Taliban, which is a totally different matter, is beyond real logic. But liberals have to try to change the subject, otherwise they would have to admit that the result of an abortion is a dead baby. As for the argument I am doing more harm than good when I tell the truth, it really doesn't matter because no matter what I say, an uninformed, indoctrinated liberal will always attack rather than address the actual subject. Notice he can't even admit that "babies" are what women have in their wombs when they are pregnant. Truly sad. And by the way, I don't have a minister. I can see that it is a baby by scientific deduction and natural law. From what premise does your argument stem? Emotion? Fanaticism?

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Tim Branson 3 months, 2 weeks ago on Repeating the same lies

Yes, the murder of your own baby is enshrined in law now and you can privately do so. Does that make it right? Only if you've been so indoctrinated you believe evil is good and good is evil. Planned Parenthood was caught selling baby parts and the gullible have been so brainwashed they couldn't possibly believe their heroes would do any wrong even when the videos have been declared authentic by experts. It's so bad that even when they believe the videos, they make excuses that selling baby parts is somehow a good thing. We have become so desensitized nothing bothers us anymore, not even the butchering of dead babies. Nazi Germany was like we are now. Denying the holocaust right in front of us. And one other thing you might want to know but will probably not believe either because you haven't heard it from the main stream media or Hillary Clinton. 3 out of 4 people in the pro-life movement are women, and I'm sure they are not all gynecologists either.

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Tim Branson 4 months, 2 weeks ago on At war with one another

You mean to tell me no one had a comment on this letter? Especially the lies being told that the videos exposing Planned Parenthood for what it is, a barbaric, murderous, callous, and greedy organization, were faked? Where Mr. Collins got the idea the videos were contrived is a mystery. Every expert, except those on Planned Parenthood's payroll, said the videos were authentic and after they were aired Planned Parenthood had to go into crisis-control mode to save face. This evil organization did everything they could to get the Pro-Lifers indicted but not for the reasons Mr. Noble implies. They are upset that they were secretly filmed without permission. Otherwise there is no case and they know it. Mr. Noble has to rationalize and justify and obfuscate and make excuses because if he ever admitted the truth that Planned Parenthood kills real human beings and sells their body parts for money he would know that all his high sounding words about intelligent debating and avoiding rigid perspectives mean nothing. He would also have to admit that our so-called "civilized" society is a farce and we have become more barbaric then our ancestors could ever be and that liberals are guilty of aiding it for their own convenience. Who would want to admit that they have the blood of millions of babies on their hands? Of course they are going to resort to fantasy and fiction. Otherwise they'd have to own it and for a pro-death liberal, that's impossible. Blanket statement on pro-abortion liberals? You bet!

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Tim Branson 8 months, 2 weeks ago on THE MARTIAN review: ‘It’ll knock your socks off’

"A magnificent film anyone can enjoy" that "carries a mild PG-13 rating." No wonder our kids are in such a mess when reviewers have become so desensitized they think they are watching an early Disney movie. Go to kids-in-mind.com to find out just how mild "The Martian" really is. We get to see a man's naked backside. Great for kids to see. We get to hear plenty of F-words, S-words, religious profanities, and that only scratches the surface in this "enjoyable" film for anyone. Beware reviewers like this guy. He's no friend to you or your kids.

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