For God So Loved…The Broncos?

2012 January 8
by JustMary

And just like that…a million liberal heads exploded.

Behind Tebow’s 316 yards passing, the Broncos (9-8) are heading to New England for a second-round game against the top-seeded Patriots on Saturday night.

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  1. 2012 January 8 6:11 pm
    JustMary permalink

    Oh….and 31.6 yards per completion

    I wonder if Bill Maher is still breathing…

  2. 2012 January 8 6:15 pm
    JustMary permalink

    For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

    Just in case some folks didn’t know the verse. 😉

  3. 2012 January 8 6:21 pm
    JBoz permalink

    And I was the only BJGer who picked the Broncos to win today.

    “…O you of little faith?” Matthew 8:26

  4. 2012 January 8 6:23 pm
    JustMary permalink

    #3 NICE!!!!!! 😀

  5. 2012 January 8 6:29 pm



  6. 2012 January 8 6:30 pm

    oh and…

    “?” ON SUICIDE WATCH !!!!!

  7. 2012 January 8 6:31 pm

    “I wonder if Bill Maher is still breathing…”

    Same can be said about 99% of the Democratic/Libertarian party and 50% of the Republican party

  8. 2012 January 8 6:33 pm

    Speaking of liberal heads exploding….

    Yes, Huntsman is a liberal

  9. 2012 January 8 6:36 pm
    JustMary permalink

    1 Corinthians 1:27 (NIV)

    But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong.

    (Thanks, Chris!)

  10. 2012 January 8 6:37 pm

    I wonder what Tebow thinks of Romney?

  11. 2012 January 8 6:39 pm

    “And I was the only BJGer who picked the Broncos to win today. ”

    Oy Vey

  12. 2012 January 8 6:40 pm
    JustMary permalink

    #10 Can’t speak for him, but I wouldn’t imagine he’d be a fan.

  13. 2012 January 8 6:41 pm
    justrand permalink

    sigh…I went with the spread…I’m doomed!! 🙁

    but I was cheering myself hoarse!!!! Go Broncos!

  14. 2012 January 8 6:42 pm
    justrand permalink

    for janzam, et al:

    GREAT article…especially the first line:
    If Newt Gingrich were being nominated for sainthood, many of us would vote very differently from the way we would vote if he were being nominated for a political office.

  15. 2012 January 8 7:05 pm


    And remember this….

    Sara Palin is keynoting CPAC this year.

    So make that 2,000,000 liberal/RINO heads exploding.

  16. 2012 January 8 7:05 pm
    JBoz permalink

    Next week against New England will be a very tough battle – much tougher than Pittsburgh. Odds don’t look good. But faith and courage and righteousness are a good thing, especially in the face of seemingly impossible odds.

    1 Samuel 17;:50 “So David prevailed over the Philistine with a sling and with a stone, and smote the Philistine, and slew him; but there was no sword in the hand of David.”

  17. 2012 January 8 7:06 pm


    For Denver next week:

    Genesis 49:18

    “I wait for Your salvation, O Lord”

  18. 2012 January 8 7:13 pm
    JustMary permalink

    #15 😀

  19. 2012 January 8 7:13 pm



  20. 2012 January 8 7:15 pm
    brucefdb permalink

    I have never said a prayer for a football game before, except for players safety. But I swear that I said one for Tebow right before he threw his first big completion at the start of the second quarter. It was “Your Will be done Lord, but give your servant strength.”

    I haven’t cheered at a tv screen for a pro football game for many years, but I sure was when that last pass was thrown. Keep the faith. The Lord is with Us even when He seems most remote.

  21. 2012 January 8 7:15 pm


    I went nuts when Tebow completed that pass. And I’m a Dallas fan!

  22. 2012 January 8 7:19 pm
    brucefdb permalink

    It is amazing eph, I’ve had so many special prayer moments since my baptism last April. Who knew that after 65 years that could happen?

  23. 2012 January 8 7:20 pm
    brucefdb permalink

    Oh, and thanks JM, for the thread. G’night all!

  24. 2012 January 8 7:26 pm
    theghostofreason permalink

    I went nuts for him…. and I am a STEELERS fan!

  25. 2012 January 8 7:30 pm
    janzam permalink


    I saw that article already by Thomas Sowell, He has been an ardent Gingrich supporter. Newt is lucky to have him as a fan, as he is a brilliant and honest man.

  26. 2012 January 8 7:30 pm
    JBoz permalink

    In case you were looking for yet another reason to love Tebow…

  27. 2012 January 8 7:30 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    Yep, we certainly cant trust those people with too much Freedom and Liberty…..we Establishment Statist RINOs will use unlimited government intervention and power so much better then them Establishment Statist Democrats:

    “He declared himself against individualism, against libertarianism, against “this whole idea of personal autonomy, . . . this idea that people should be left alone.” And in this 2005 TV interview, you can hear these classic hits: “This is the mantra of the left: I have a right to do what I want to do” and “We have a whole culture that is focused on immediate gratification and the pursuit of happiness . . . and it is harming America.”

    No wonder Jonathan Rauch wrote in 2005 that “America’s Anti-Reagan Isn’t Hillary Clinton. It’s Rick Santorum.” Rauch noted:

    In his book he comments, seemingly with a shrug, “Some will reject what I have to say as a kind of ‘Big Government’ conservatism.”

    They sure will. A list of the government interventions that Santorum endorses includes national service, promotion of prison ministries, “individual development accounts,” publicly financed trust funds for children, community-investment incentives, strengthened obscenity enforcement, covenant marriage, assorted tax breaks, economic literacy programs in “every school in America” (his italics), and more. Lots more.

    Rauch concluded,

    With It Takes a Family, Rick Santorum has served notice. The bold new challenge to the Goldwater-Reagan tradition in American politics comes not from the Left, but from the Right.”

    So our new so-called “conservative” champion doesnt believe ANY sphere in your life is off-limits to the wonderous powers of central government?

    Yep, we better trash those people who beleive in individual libery and Constitutional government so more…..

  28. 2012 January 8 7:39 pm
    JustMary permalink

    #27 <3

  29. 2012 January 8 7:39 pm

    25 heh!

  30. 2012 January 8 7:43 pm
    JustMary permalink

    Ok, this made me giggle:

    Tim Tebow: now officially the most famous white Bronco since OJ’s truck.

  31. 2012 January 8 7:52 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “Yet only a little over a year later and the goal of the Tea Party to complete it’s work and overturn Obamacare is all but dead.

    In 2010 even Ann Coulter was making speeches at CPAC warning that if we chose the candidate who had authored Obamacare to become the nominee, then President Obama would be easily re-elected. She was right of course.

    But somewhere along the line instead of being bold, defiant, grassroots, and in control, someone started feeding voters the meme that the man who saw to it that $50 state-subsidized abortions were included in his vision of mandated government health care, was the best of poor choices.

    Even Ann Coulter 2.0 drank the kool-aid.

    Worse yet the choices that are left in the race are establishment folks who ate earmarks for a living in Pennsylvania, embraced government involvement in the biggest hoax of our time–man made Global Warming, and who could forget the man that as Governor of Massachusetts raised taxes on everything from gasoline to “certificates of blindness.” (No it’s real… Look it up.)

    Your humble correspondant has detailed the easy path that Obama’s forces will take to not merely defeat a Romney GOP candidacy, but to pummel him into tapioca.”

    Yep, we need to spend more trashing people for being too “Libertrian”……as if Liberty was an obscene concept!

  32. 2012 January 8 7:53 pm
    JustMary permalink

    #19 My favorite version of that song…

  33. 2012 January 8 7:55 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “The two biggest priorities for primary voters are to decide which candidate can make Washington DC as inconsequential to the life of the average American as possible, and who can challenge President Obama directly on the worst legislation of our time–Obamacare.

    Mitt Romney has no track record that would point to being able to accomplish either of these. Even a small whiff of a challenge on Obamacare by Romney will be followed up with an Obama “thank you” note for writing it for him.”

  34. 2012 January 8 8:06 pm
    janzam permalink

    Here is the latest PPP Poll from NH. Although this is a democratic polling outfit, they tend to be more accurate on their final polls of any contest.

    Mitt Romney continues to be headed for a comfortable win in New Hampshire. PPP’s final poll there finds him with 35% to 18% for Ron Paul, 16% for Jon Huntsman, 12% for Newt Gingrich, 11% for Rick Santorum, 3% for Buddy Roemer, and 1% for Rick Perry.

    Romney’s support has been remarkably consistent over the course of PPP’s three Granite State tracking polls, never straying from 35-36%. He’s the most popular of the candidates in the state, with a 60/34 favorability rating. And he also has the most committed supporters…85% of them say they’re definitely going to vote for him and when you look at the race just among those whose minds are completely made up his lead over Paul expands to 40-19.

  35. 2012 January 8 8:19 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “So, what about government currency?

    Well, when the state controls currency, they can inflate to their heart’s content, and, especially if it cannot be redeemed, there is no check on it beyond the inevitable recession or depression. Since money is nothing but paper the state prints, they can make as much as they want, and they do, which is why we lose purchasing power every year, though we have become so used to this we don’t even notice any longer.

    In addition, it works as a hidden tax. When the government prints money and uses it to buy things, it drives up prices, making our savings worth less. In effect, they have secretly taxed every dollar of savings to finance those purchases. But inflation is worse than an honest tax, as it strikes unevenly, and tends to cause economic dislocations out of proportion to the numbers themselves.

    In addition, thanks to the ability to suddenly revalue currencies, nations tend to develop rather hostile economic policies as they attempt to be the first to revalue the currency to their advantage, before another nation does it to them. In general, fiat currency makes money management a tool for exporting economic loss to other countries.

    And yet, this system, which hides taxes, wrecks economies and fosters hostile international relations, is modern and benevolent, while the stable system which exchanged value for value and could be run without the slightest government involvement was the “barbarous relic”? I can’t understand how this thought process works. ”,_2011.thtml

  36. 2012 January 8 8:49 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Perhaps Tim Tebow took me up on my Internet matchmaking and started dating the rather religious looking Broncos cheerleader I pointed out last week. Tebow has been endowed with athletic and leadership skills. Last week’s Bronco’s religious looking cheerleader was also “endowed.”

  37. 2012 January 8 9:26 pm
    justrand permalink

    WEC, Ron Paul is indeed a true believer…sadly only about 20% of what he believes happens to be true. But yes, he DOES believe it.

    The 80%, mostly Foreign Policy type things, will get us killed. He will NEVER be President…but he may persuade enough people to follow him that Obama will be reelected.

    I like his kid…I do not like him.

  38. 2012 January 8 9:32 pm
    justrand permalink

    last add to WEC…Ron Paul is correct about the Fed, and about most Domestic issues of a monetary nature.

    But his views on a great many things are pure Libertarian…and I am not a Libertarian, even if some of what they stress I do agree with. And his views on Iran are flat out suicidal.

    Further, if he was President his isolationist policies would lead us TO war…not away from it. See Neville Chamberlain.

  39. 2012 January 8 10:30 pm

    Good to hear from you WEC. Totally agree with JR on the FP issues relating to Paul, though not all his points should be dismissed, the line he takes in totality is suicidal.

  40. 2012 January 8 11:19 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    #39 I respect your views alot, but I am pretty confused about how you can essentially agree with Paul on domestic issue and NOT be a supporter of individual Liberty ie Libertrian

    And I am very sick of all the knee-jerk vitrol espoused against people who think that government’s ONLY function is to protect your individual rights!

    Some talking head declares a broad label (ie “Libertrian” – as if too much Liberty is a bad thing) as “bad” and we all fall in line with this!

    Essentially, its my view that we got to this point by basically agreeing with the Obama’s of the word that government-force can “solve” things outside simple protection of our Individual Rights

    As long as we cede extra-Constitutional powers to the central government to “fix” things we want them to intervene with that are popular with us personally, we will continue to enlarge the problem…..

    Yep, I know that only 20% of the people agree with Paul right now. But when things get worse, either a bit more slowly under Romney or a bit faster under Obama, more people will begin to catch on to Free-market thinking…..

    I know its “radical” to think that we should maximize individual liberty and freedom, trust our fellow citizens as much as we trust ourselves with that liberty and freedom, and not view Levithian government and government intervention as a faint accompli in life….but thats where I am at right now…..

    Half-measures or compromises with Authoririan government cant be tolerated any more IMHO

    As I said before, Ron Paul is not perfect. Nor do I agree with all his particular points or policy positions (again, like you, mainly in FP – but I have to wonder why we claim to be “fighting” terrorism yet at the same time formenting Islamist revolution in Egypt and Libya all while supporting Iran’s ally in Syria to hold on). But he is far and away better then the remaining bunch of Managerial Statists left in the Republican field on the only issue that really counts: Liberty

  41. 2012 January 9 3:47 am
    drdog09 permalink


    One of the planks of the Libertarian creed is an open borders mindset.

    “We support the removal of governmental impediments to free trade. Political freedom and escape from tyranny demand that individuals not be unreasonably constrained by government in the crossing of political boundaries. Economic freedom demands the unrestricted movement of human as well as financial capital across national borders. However, we support control over the entry into our country of foreign nationals who pose a credible threat to security, health or property.”

    Now there are 6bn people on this planet. Of that 5bn would rather be somewhere else other than the hell hole they are in now. $1000 can get you anywhere on the planet. Given 5 years this country would be overrun by third world bumblers procreating like rabbits.

    I used to be in the Libertarian Party. But when they took up the open borders mantra I quit.

  42. 2012 January 9 6:12 am
    justrand permalink

    drdog…that article was spot-on. I’ve linked it for future use. Those 10 “steps” are exactly what the Left projected on Bush…who really did NONE of them. And they ignore them in Obama…who is doing ALL of them.

  43. 2012 January 9 6:23 am
    justrand permalink

    WEC, I’m sorry I short-changed you on my answers last night, I was tired (lame excuse but true)

    you concluded your last comment:
    “As I said before, Ron Paul is not perfect. Nor do I agree with all his particular points or policy positions (again, like you, mainly in FP – but I have to wonder why we claim to be “fighting” terrorism yet at the same time formenting Islamist revolution in Egypt and Libya all while supporting Iran’s ally in Syria to hold on). But he is far and away better then the remaining bunch of Managerial Statists left in the Republican field on the only issue that really counts: Liberty”

    I actually agree with you…EXCEPT the “mainly in FP” part. For I am 100% opposed to Ron Paul on that front. So even if I ADORED his positions on everything else…THAT would be a show stopper.

    On Foreign Policy I think Newt Gingrich (of the remaining candidates) has the most strength…and we NEED that strength. If I had a transmorgifier handy I would put Ron Paul and Newt Gingricvh in and blend them…but my transmorgifier is in the shop.

    Ron Paul claimed:
    – we were “occupying over 100 countries worldwide”…making us sound like the 4tgh Reich.
    – Iran having nuclear weapons is natural, and not a threat
    – we should pull our military back home fomr around the world to defend America, yet (as drdog noted) Ron Paul is NOT an advocate of strong borders


    I wish he WASN’T nuts on Foreign Policy…but he is. Then again, so is Obama. You ask why: “we claim to be “fighting” terrorism yet at the same time formenting Islamist revolution in Egypt and Libya all while supporting Iran’s ally in Syria to hold on” ??? WE’RE NOT…Obama is. He WANTS the Islamic wave to sweep forward and unite into a Caliphate.

    I love ya, WEC…but I don’t love your candidate.

  44. 2012 January 9 6:28 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Tebow the steelers. No surprise to those of us who follow SEC football. He did that for four years to the best defenses in college football.

    Bronco’s finally have learned that the only thing you can do with
    Tebow is let him play. He is a once in a lifetime type athlete. Urban Meyer learned that early and left the team along with Tebow, because he knew that without Tebow, he could not win in the SEC anymore.

    He is for real. He really pissed off the MSM with his praising Jesus, his savior, for his skills. I watched ESPN this morning and they omitted his praise when they showed him at the presser after the game.

    Good for Tebow.

  45. 2012 January 9 6:32 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    31. 😆

  46. 2012 January 9 6:50 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Finally, A challenge to Obama’s Natural Born Citizen Law.

    This baby is headed to the SCOTUS.

    About time.

  47. 2012 January 9 6:50 am
    justrand permalink

    hattip Powerline:

    please read this and pass it along…to ALL your friends and family. But especially those who wonder “How much damage could Obama do with only 4 more years…especially if we control the Congress??” The answer to that question is in the article

  48. 2012 January 9 7:05 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Great article, JR. Obama is the most dangerous resident of the WH this country has ever seen, or likely to see again. Even more dangerous he will be in the final three months of his presidency after losing the Nov election. remember he will still have a dim senate for two months after they have lost the majority. They will have nothing to lose.

  49. 2012 January 9 7:09 am

    Pam’s Story

    In a recent email, I read about a woman named Pam, who knows the pain of
    considering abortion. More than 24 years ago, she and her husband Bob were
    serving as missionaries to the Philippines and praying for a fifth child.
    Pam contracted amoebic dysentery, an infection of the intestine caused by
    a parasite found in contaminated food or drink. She went into a coma and
    was treated with strong antibiotics before they discovered she was

    Doctors urged her to abort the baby for her own safety and told her that
    the medicines had caused irreversible damage to her baby. She refused the
    abortion and cited her Christian faith as the reason for her hope that her
    son would be born without the devastating disabilities physicians
    predicted. Pam said the doctors didn’t think of it as a life, they thought
    of it as a mass of fetal tissue.

    While pregnant, Pam nearly lost their baby four times but refused to
    consider abortion. She recalled making a pledge to God with her husband:
    If you will give us a son, we’ll name him Timothy and we’ll make him a

    Pam ultimately spent the last two months of her pregnancy in bed and
    eventually gave birth to a healthy baby boy August 14, 1987. Pam’s
    youngest son is indeed a preacher. He preaches in prisons, makes hospital
    visits, and serves with his father’s ministry in the Philippines. He also
    plays football. Pam’s son is Tim Tebow.

    The University of Florida’s star quarterback became the first sophomore in
    history to win college football’s highest award, the Heisman Trophy. His
    current role as quarterback of the Denver Broncos has provided an
    incredible platform for Christian witness. As a result, he is being called
    The Mile-High Messiah.

    Tim’s notoriety and the family’s inspiring story have given Pam numerous
    opportunities to speak on behalf of women’s centers across the country.
    Pam Tebow believes that every little baby you save matters. I pray her
    tribe will increase!

  50. 2012 January 9 7:16 am
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    IP, The media hates him as much as they hate Sarah, because both of them makes fool of the MSM.

  51. 2012 January 9 7:28 am

    He will be made cannon fodder by the so called stand up “comedians”.A flak catcher by the likes of maher/stewert/colberg etc. ad nauseum.


  52. 2012 January 9 8:45 am
    judyt2012 permalink

    Obama’s “presumption that the popular vote overrides the Constitution demonstrates his lack of understanding of the Constitution and emphasizes the critical role played by this court in protecting Americans from a tyrannical majority,” wrote Irion.

    from the link in #48 —

    I sure do enjoy lawyers who do not mince words

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