Monday, February 28, 2011

Fun Facts

* The U.N. voted to sanction Libya. Knowing the U.N. and their inability to ever really punish any nation even for things like mass genocide, I bet they decided the best punishment was to ban the import of all pork products.

* Charlie Sheen aimed to prove he was clean of all drugs by taking a urine test and sure enough it came back clean. The problem is the test they gave has no ability to test for delusional paranoid schizophrenia or the fact that he probably has a pant-load of Venereal Disease.

* The Wisconsin Governor has given the fleeing rogue democrats 24 hours to return. I think we ought to let them stay on the run, and also encourage all democrats to come get some rest at a resort.. meanwhile while they are all away drinking and chasing their secretaries around the resort we change the locks and get some crap done in this country.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

How Can You Reject Evolution as Fact?

I do reject the idea that macro-evolution is "fact". There simply is too much circumstantial evidence where assumptions have been based off of previous assumptions. What happens if the early assumption is wrong and now we have years and years of "facts" based on a mistaken concept? So to call it "fact" makes you feel better.. but it doesn't make it true. It is theory. Scientific facts have to be proven in a lab.. Therefore even if evolution is true, we can never call it fact, because no one is able to sit around for 1 million years and observe it. We can make a theory based on evidence, but it's only that, theory.
Now.. I absolutely believe in micro-change. It is demonstratable that living things make small changes and adaptions over a relatively short amount of time. For instance this explains why there are so many different kinds of dogs. But I reject the notion that we evolved from monkeys... the only way we could know that is if we could find sufficient HARD fossil evidence. And none exists that makes that final conclusion.
And scientists, and this is my opinion, are generally naturalists and atheists.. so they are going to find only a solution that matches their initial presumptions... I mean think about if you were a scientist and you discovered something new, complex, and mysterious.. you would have two options. You could link it into the natural explanation pretty easily using theories and "facts" that are already assumptions. You'd just have to tweak the theory a bit here and there and then you have your explanation.. OR you could say, 'well this shows signs of design, I think it could possibly mean there was a creator.."
As naturalists I don't see them taking the turn towards creator because you can always, and I mean always come up with a neat sounding natural explanation. Scientists sometimes are given god-like powers of declaration. They declare it, show some scant evidence or assumption, and IT is so.
Well I am a true cynic and skeptic. I believe that science has become a religion and therefore instead of using true scientific method to make their declarations they first cram it into their previously stated assumptions and beliefs in a natural-only world.
You might ask, Who made God? The short answer is that God is self-existent.. NOT self created.. self-creation is impossible.. just like the natural theory of the big bang. Self-existent simply means that God is eternal. Nobody made God. God IS. By even asking the question you would be admitting that something cannot come from nothing. Which gets you into a huge problem. I mean in the very least, something, ANYTHING, has to be eternal. Existence has to justify it's own existence.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Fun Facts

* Gaddafi told the Libyans they have two choices, "Either I rule you or I kill you". He later added "Keep in mind I'm not very good at either of those things."

* In an online survey to name an Indiana government center the runaway favorite Harry Baals(pronounced Bawls) was eliminated as a possibility because of fears his name would make the town a target of jokes. So in a compromise they decided to name it after his son Sweaty.

* There is war and death all over the world.. But here in America we are all caught up in a 16 year old boy's new haircut. Yellow fever? Try having Beiber fever.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Follow Me On Twitter

I give up...!/aaroncoal

I used to not tweet because I thought I was taking the higher ground. But I spend half my time on Facebook anyway.. what's the difference.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Dem Lawmaker on Labor Protests: 'Get a Little Bloody When Necessary'

Just remember that it was the democrats who went violent. I assure you the world as we know it is coming unglued.
Dem lawmaker on labor protests: 'Get a little bloody when necessary' - The Hill's Blog Briefing Room

Fun Facts

* Gas is expected to be $5 a gallon by summer. Maybe now is the time I revealed the car I invented that runs off printer ink and Fabergé eggs.

* Some teachers in Wisconsin and Michigan have joined in the pro-Union protest which have effectively shut down over half of the public schools. A lot of people are upset that they care more about their salary than they do educating students. But I believe the students are getting a free lesson into how to mooch off of the tax-payers. This will be the only skill they will need anyway if the unions stay in charge.

* I'm glad that liberals taught me to have nothing but love for all of Islam, because from what I can tell they really seem to have things under control over there in the Middle East.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Undeniable Truths

* American Christians are the least prepared group in the world when it comes to persecution. I think most of us don't even think it will come, and when it does come our faith is so weak and worldly we will cave without a moments hesitation. We have woefully numbed ourselves with possessions and movies and television to the point that you can't tell where we end and the world begins. Until we are baptized in anguish over our own sin then we are grossly and sadly unprepared.

* A pastor I listen to online had a whole sermon series about the evil of Christian Rock Music. He said it is music that imitates the world but adds Christian lyrics. I have to beg to differ with this fine preacher. Music styles are totally subjective. I wouldn't know where to draw the line on this one. At what point would I say "oops this just passed over into rock music."? I agree with him that we have to be careful. And it helps if the lyrics are truly gratifying to Christ.. But I can't see where a certain level of distortion or effects on a tune cause it to pass over into worldly. Except for Petra maybe.. Those guys are straight up evil. Kidding.

* I am against homosexuality. I'm one of those "whack-o" Christians that believes it is an abomination before a Holy God. So many homosexuals claim that it's all good because Jesus never said it was wrong. The one thing that I can't get past is this.. Many homosexual claim that they were born like this and they can't help it.. but the Bible is clear that sex before marriage is wrong. It's adultery. And you can't deny that the Word makes it clear time after time that this is unacceptable. So why, even if you do believe that homosexuality is all cool with God, do you then partner up and engage in sexual acts? I am was born heterosexual, and it is against the Word for me to engage in sex before marriage. Why would it be okay for you to do this with a man. I believe that even if you were born with those tendencies that even acting on them once is a sin before God.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Stand With Scott Walker

Stand With Scott Walker

Governor Scott Walker has proposed his “Budget Repair Bill,” and has met resistance from unions. These cuts would save Wisconsin $30 million by June 30 and $300 million over the next two years. Moreover, this plan does so WITHOUT furloughs or layoffs. It is critical that we support the fiscal responsibility being displayed by Governor Walker.

AFP will be joining with American Majority tomorrow at HIGH NOON on the south steps of the Wisconsin State Capitol as we rally together with our tea party allies to show massive support for Governor Walker’s critical and necessary budget cuts. We will be providing bus transportation to and from the rally! AFP President Tim Phillips and AFP’s Alan Cobb will both be speaking, and expressing their support for Governor Walker and his “Budget Repair Bill.”

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Fun Facts

* Justin Bieber this week called the American health care system "evil" because we have to "pay the doctor." He's right! It's horrible. I hate it when my doctor is all motivated to give me quality health care. I like a doctor who is just phoning it in until his standard government check arrives. Bravo Bieber!!

* Can anyone tell me why we aren't taking more political and social advice from 16 year old pop stars? I mean these kids have seen it all!

* The kids from the show '19 Kids and Counting' are probably terrified of barging into their parents bedroom. I bet the "knock before you enter" rule is strictly enforced.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The Holy Spirit Told Me To Kick Her In The Face

Todd Bentley is a tool of Satan. And He doesn't realize how idiotic his lies are. I thought Satan would be a little more crafty. Maybe he's trying to appeal to the WWE crowd.
Test the spirits folks!

Monday, February 14, 2011

Fun Facts

* Don't judge Lady Gaga, she was "born that way". I feel kind of bad for judging her now. I had no idea someone could be born an attention-starved-media-whore.

* Atheists are now asking for their very own holiday based on their "belief". What, like April Fools Day isn't enough?

* Bob Dylan could make an album of himself belching the alphabet and he would still win a Grammy award.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Save The Light Bulb

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From Freedom Action

Freedom Action this week launched a national grassroots campaign to repeal the ban on incandescent light bulbs that is scheduled to begin on January 1, 2012. Supporters of repealing the ban are being invited to sign a petition to Congress at ban on standard incandescent bulbs was included in comprehensive anti-energy legislation passed by the Democratic-controlled Congress and signed into law by Republican President George W. Bush in 2007. The chief sponsors of the ban were Rep. Jane Harman (D-Calif.) and Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.).

Rep. Upton, now Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, has said that his committee will hold a hearing on the ban, but he has not promised to repeal it, as was erroneously reported in the press in December. The 2007 law makes the sale of standard incandescent 100-watt bulbs illegal as of January 1, 2012, 75-watt bulbs as of January 1, 2013, and 60- and 40-watt bulbs as of January 1, 2014.

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Monday, February 07, 2011

Fun Facts

* The worst injury of the Superbowl this year was when Christina Aguilera butchered the national anthem beyond recognition.

* I just watched the movie The Right Stuff. Turns out I was way off.. it's not a biopic about the New Kids On The Block.

* Are we allowed to force the Black Eyed Peas into early retirement? If so, can we add Nickelback and Lil Wayne?

Saturday, February 05, 2011

Loaded Questions For Liberals, Democrats, Elitists, and Communists

This is an open forum for any socialist, Marxist, or thug to answer some soft ball questions in a relaxed atmosphere. Try to answer truthfully and without rage or anger. You wouldn't want us to think you were "intolerant". As soon as you feel you are most tolerant then please proceed by answering the following questions.

1. Is there such a thing as truth? If not, then how do you know? Is it just true?

2. If you knew a homicidal killer was never going to kill again, should he be allowed to be free, or should he still have to pay a price for his crime? Should rehabilitation be the only course of action necessary for violent criminals?

3. Illegal Mexicans are a protected, and almost praised people group by you. Yet they are coming to our country in droves which, also according to you, has the worst, most unfair health care system in the world. Why would someone leave their wonderful cultured society to come to such a miserable, racist country like ours?

4. How much should we tax the rich in order to make things more fair? Who will we work for after we make all things equal?

5. According to you, Europeans are much more advanced socially. Why does most technology come from America and Japan? Is it because Europeans are too busy dividing things up equally, and we are busy being slaves to rich oppressors?

6. If I give a man a fish, he will eat for a meal, if I teach him to fish he will eat for a lifetime. I guess then the only question you would have is.. on what day is free fish day? And how come that other guy got two, and you only got one?

7. Fishing is murder. I guess the only question is, which day is free broccoli day?

8. Do they use pesticides when they grow broccoli? Is the broccoli allowed to roam free in the fields, or is it stuck in the ground like a slave by the rich, white farmer?

9. How entitled do you feel?

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Fun Facts

* Al Gore insists that the increase in snowstorms is due to global warming. He also blames global warming for earthquakes, the Ice Age, and his closeted homosexuality.

* It has been reported that al-Qaeda is planning on using a dirty bomb. I wonder if they know that a dirty bomb is something different then a bomb with it's ankles showing. Naughty bomb!

* Sorry life, I'm busy playing Angry Birds.

Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Happy Birthday Ronald Reagan

He Would have turned 100 on Sunday. Mr. President we miss you!