It was sad to see what happened to Milo, but he ignored histories lessons for far too long to not have to pay a price.  I was happy to see his defiance of liberal groupthink, which will prompt them to go into hysterics, rioting, and become unhinged.  It is good to reveal them for the haters they are.  But, his own unrestrained desires were his undoing, as is nearly always the case.  He was not a good leader for the Conservative movement for three reasons which I will elaborate below.


He was an impenitent homosexual.  Those who do not conquer their own vices have no business leading others, and only fellow slaves wish to be led by such people.  Which is a sad testament to our nation that so many people followed him.  The worst slavery is that to self, and a person who is not in control of their sexual desires, is not liberated, as that fraud Freud would have us believe, but is rather trapped in their beastly inclinations.  It is terribly sad, that like most homosexuals he was molested as a child, but we all have choice.  Many were molested and rejected the painful humiliation they suffered as children.  Milo chose to embrace the pain his dangerous desires brought him.  It was obvious he didn't love himself.  He had very little self respect.  When he was attacked, he would sit there and smile, and not offer up the kind of retort that a conservative man would always offer up.  It was a disgrace watching him.  Also, his hangdog look was a perfect illustration of how he felt about himself.  Churchill once said, "He is a very modest man, with a lot to be modest about".  Well, Milo wasn't even modest, but his posture told a story about himself.  When one can't hold one's head up, it tells the world how they think about themselves.  Good posture, an erect carriage, and holding one's head up, along with eye contact are expressions of power that emanate naturally from a Godly man.  Any communications expert will tell you this.  I read a book on body language when I was 21, which had nothing to do with Christianity and it reflected the points I made.  Also, fumbling one's hands constantly, which Milo is apt to do, indicates nervousness and weakness.  His limp wristed approach is further evidence of the evil habit he insists on persisting in.  Had he chosen to renounce it, he would make a capable leader, for he has that rare quality few conservatives and liberals have, bravery and courage.


His use of language.  Powerful people don't use profanity.  They don't need to.  They have moral authority.  There will be many who think profanity is some sort of free speech issue. It's not. Its simply an illustration that one does not have the discipline and/or ability to exercise one's intellect to avoid profanity.  When he went on Bill Maher and was served two F bombs to his face by Larry Wilmore, and was not indignant, that is a problem.  Because meekness and humility is good, but when one lets a petty tyrant like Wilmore go off to their face, you invite even further disgrace.  A correct response would have never been to go on Bill Maher's show.  Conservatives have no business going on a show where the host jokes about child abuse himself.  While Maher is smirking about how he brought down Milo, he and George Takei have defended molesting children in the past.  Here is Bill, in all his glory.  What a hypocrite he is.  A powerful and wise person does not use profanity because there is no need to.  Power comes from controlling oneself. When one controls oneself, and submits oneself to God, one has all the peace and dignity one needs, and any person who seeks to insult said person, cannot do so, as it was truly said, "Great peace have the righteous, Thou wilt make even his enemies to be at peace with him".  


His treatment of pedophilia.  Milo should know, from his own experience, how horrifyingly awful the abuse of a child is.  It is a horrible crime to rob a child of their innocence.  I have talked with many adults, who have serious issues due to being robbed of their innocence as a child.  Christ said that if a person offends a child, which is what molestation, pedophilia, porn involving children, and abortion are, then the person is worthy of having a rope tied around their neck and being drowned.  He never commanded this to be literally done, but he did say that was his attitude towards it.  Milo tried to pawn it off, and as many liberals do, tried to say he did not mean it.  But, I never say things on such serious topics that don't emanate from my heart's attitudes, and neither did he.  He was apologizing because he was caught, and faced severe pressure.   A conservative leader ought to strongly denounce homosexuality, abortion, pedophilia, and contraception and leave no doubt in the listeners mind where they stand.  A leader doesn't wilt when people's pricked consciences provoke furious outrageous blowback against him/her, as billions in human history have severe allergies to the truth, and are not fond of being reminded of their actions being wrong, when they have managed to silence their conscience for so long.  


Milo is the latest victim of Kinsey and Freud's fraudulent sexual revolution, which chews children up in it's voracious, vicious maw, and spits them out as damaged adults.  


We are seeing things today, we never saw in 1940.  If we wish to have a world of freedom, of liberty, of family values, where children  retain their innocence and are not robbed of their innocence, and pressured into giving it up far too early, then we would be wise to seriously ponder how are we going to criminalize porn, abortion, contraception, and homosexuality, as they did in 1940.  


If we wish to be what we never were before, we ought not to rely on the lying media or liberal schools for answers, but rather we should turn to the timeless truths which have ever guided humanity, and which will remain true thousands of years from now, as they were thousands of years ago.  


Leroy Added Feb 22, 2017 - 7:59pm
Never seen someone fall from grace as fast as Milo.  You live by the word; you die by the word.  He screwed up.  I try to read what he said in the most positive light and I still come to the conclusion that he meant what the MSM says he meant.  He might be right, but pedophilia is not yet mainstream.  He is just ahead of his time.  We haven't yet reached that level of depravity.  O wasn't in office long enough. 
Ryan Messano Added Feb 22, 2017 - 8:02pm
Yes, it was shocking!  One minute he was giving a speech at CPAC, and the next that was cancelled, his book was cancelled, and he was fired from his job.  Not sure how he is going to cope, as homosexuals are notorious for being unstable.  Hope he repents, and then he will have peace and happiness far in excess of any his fame and fortune earned him.
George N Romey Added Feb 22, 2017 - 8:07pm
Milo was the ultimate showboat.  Yes some of things he said made great sense, particularly as it related to the social justice warriors.  Unfortunately for him he pissed off too many people with his over the top brash style.  And they went hunting for something to hang him with and they found it.
You play close to the fire you just might get burned.
Ryan Messano Added Feb 22, 2017 - 8:20pm
Yes, he played with fire, and he was not strong enough.  Very true.  
I agreed with some of his points.  His article that birth control made woman unattractive and crazy sent liberals through the roof, but contained a lot of truths.  
Leroy Added Feb 22, 2017 - 8:25pm
I liked his interviews.  He has a gift for unbraiding progressive liberals.  He is very difficult to win an argument against.  He has a healthy presence of mind.
Ryan Messano Added Feb 22, 2017 - 8:37pm
He does!  And I have never really seen him get angry.  If he didn't have open sins which he needs to be humble about, I would very much like to learn from his humility.  
Ryan Messano Added Feb 22, 2017 - 8:39pm
Ms. Jacy Topps would have been a target for him.  She is on here decrying "oppression" and when I happened to disagree with her, she oppressed my comments into oblivion.  LOL.  Liberal hypocrisy is completely unending.  
wsucram15 Added Feb 22, 2017 - 9:01pm
You call me a crazy liberal and I think Milo is ok.  I dont agree with much of what he says but he is strait-forward in a way I can appreciate.
He has some issues, like most people Ryan.  But like many on this planet, he only has to answer to one deity. Since he is a nice catholic boy..I thought you would appreciate that.
Dawn Foss Added Feb 22, 2017 - 9:05pm
I don't know who Milo is, but it sounds like he has some issues, to put it mildly.  Sometimes when our world crashes around us, it allows us to stop and see things more clearly.  Hopefully that will be the case for him, he will look to God through his trials, and find salvation and peace.
Ryan Messano Added Feb 22, 2017 - 9:46pm
:), I don't think you are crazy, Jeanne, I just think liberal beliefs are, when evaluated by the Bible.   He is very straightforward.  We all have things to work on, but nothing will change when we advertise our vices as virtues, which is what Milo did, sadly.  
Yes, hopefully he does Dawn.  It's very sad to see those who were abused as children, go on to lead lives that are affected by that abuse.
wsucram15 Added Feb 22, 2017 - 10:17pm
Ryan..everyone abused as a child..everyone,  suffers in some way, inward or outward.  I know you believe what you believe and that is fine, regarding politics.  I am more liberal than you are, by far...but not a progressive. I think I am more moderate than liberal.  I like protesting a cause I believe in, but not when its aggressive or harmful. I dont hate Trump, I just cant get on board with his platform and I cant get on board with hardline GOP. I like Paul Ryan..but when he endorsed Trump, then ended the picnic and he knows he cant push things through yet.  I do not like Mitch McConnell, so lucky I dont live in his district, although they have heard my name a few times at his office.
I loved and hated Boehner when he was the speaker of the house.  He was such a character.
I just dont have some of the core values of a conservative. Pro-life, (but I respect the right of those that feel that way),  ending all entitlements especially for healthcare and education (maybe not PPACA), I disagree with closing entire branches of government (smaller perhaps). Etc..
Call me a moderate, if you must label.  
Brylar Foustark Added Feb 23, 2017 - 12:31am
"I don't think you are crazy, Jeanne, I just think liberal beliefs are, when evaluated by the Bible."
Which passages?
Brylar Foustark Added Feb 23, 2017 - 12:49am
He represents the vitriol in our political climate just like Ann Coulter and, like Coulter, has never made an actual contribution to political discourse. 
He is basically a professional troll who never seeks remedies thus simply exists to hate any group not in line with his narrow thinking.
Dawn Foss Added Feb 23, 2017 - 10:52am
Brylar, I think we would all agree that tolerance is a virtue.  You have every right to disagree with Ryan, or any of us for that matter, but we all have a right to express what we believe, which is the beauty of intellectual debate.
George N Romey Added Feb 23, 2017 - 2:09pm
Milo forgot that some subjects are taboo and if you want to rise to media star you better stay away from them. Also he was naive to think his opposition wouldn't go hunting for dirt.
Stone-Eater Added Feb 23, 2017 - 2:21pm
Who the hell is Milo ???
George N Romey Added Feb 23, 2017 - 2:39pm
SEF Milo is a very openly gay man (that likes to talk about his desire to have sex with black men) that had become a hero of conservatives. He did college campus tours complaining about women and social justice warriors.  His talks were quite brutal and thus you can imagine the outrage by the far left.  He was the technology editor at Breitbart but his speeches never really had anything to do with technology.
Dawn Foss Added Feb 23, 2017 - 2:45pm
Jesus preached that the poor you will always have around you, and we should take care of widows and orphans, and be compassionate to others, but the most important thing is not the materials of this world, but where our souls will spend eternity.  People can be very blindsighted by wealth, and Jesus said that it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to humble himself and trust in God for his salvation.  
It is said beautifully in Mark 8:36, but I want to give the context with vs. 34-38 so you can see what Jesus thinks about things: "And when he had called the people unto him with his disciples also, he said unto them, Whosoever will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.
35 For whosoever will save his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall lose his life for my sake and the gospel's, the same shall save it.
36 For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?
37 Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?
38 Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation; of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels."
Stone-Eater Added Feb 23, 2017 - 3:31pm
a very openly gay man (that likes to talk about his desire to have sex with black men) that had become a hero of conservatives.
Huh ? LOL Joke of the day ? Wow. Seems that your crossings have more than 4 directions LOL
Looks really like democrats and republicans are the same party. I mean, conservatives are normally republicans ... or how many offsprings du you have now ?
Irritating people seems to be the new trend of NWO. Get them lost to collect them finally under an new umbrella...
I'm really glad to quit that mentally disturbed Western society !
Stone-Eater Added Feb 23, 2017 - 3:33pm
Forget Jesus. He would have no chance today. He would have to ask the old Greek philosophers for advice on how to get his message across today...
Dawn Foss Added Feb 23, 2017 - 4:10pm
Stone, honestly, people have been stubborn and rebellious since the beginning of mankind.  There is nothing new under the sun.  
George N Romey Added Feb 23, 2017 - 4:12pm
SEF the boundaries are changing.  I mean Alex Jones and Milo were camping it up right after the Trump election.  Milo talking about his like of anal sex with black men and Alex just yucking it up.  My own take is that we are morphing into establishment/non establishment. The GOP realizes gays are here to stay so why not get the particularly men on your side.
Ryan Messano Added Feb 23, 2017 - 4:30pm
Yes, you are right, Jeanne, they all do suffer when abused as a child.  I think if you truly understood where liberalism is headed, you'd hop off the train right now, and become a die hard conservative, but you will see it eventually, hopefully before it's too late.  
Brylar, the entire Bible disagrees with liberalism.  Can you name even ten books from memory?  If not, then I'm not wasting time telling you things about the Bible when you refuse to study it honestly for yourself.  Here is what the Founders said about the Bible.  Coulter is quite crude as well, but at least she doesn't come out as homosexual or favor it.  
Thank you Dawn!  Thank you as well, Tom, you are right, he was a tad whacky too.  
Delete me, you are deleted until you change your logo.  Nothing you have to say under that disgusting logo is of interest to me.  
Amen George, and advocating for pedophilia ought to always be taboo if we like our society.  Muslim societies have no issues with it, and they have some pretty depraved nations.  No sane American is just dying to go to their countries, but millions of them are desperate to come here.
Exactly right, Dawn.  Wealth alone means nothing.  Many American's have no view of good or bad unless it involves money and materialism.  
SEF, it's getting really bad.  If it disturbs you, it really disturbs me.  LOL.  Also, Dawn is right, mankind is ever rebellious.  
Alex Jones is a character, George.  He has some good things, but he falls all over himself with his conspiracy theories, and I just can't take him seriously completely.  He is generally right though.  If confidence equals truth, Alex Jones would be 100% right always, LOL.  Paul Joseph Watson is very astute, if only he'd leave out his profanity.  His videos are often hilarious.  This one is drop dead funny to me.  
Doug Plumb Added Feb 24, 2017 - 4:30am
re "Ann Coulter and, like Coulter, has never made an actual contribution to political discourse.  "
  She throws around statistics and wrote a very good book on the French Revolution from what I heard of it in the audio version for two hours during a long drive. I haven't been exposed to her much, but my impression is that I like her a lot. She is an attorney and we need more of those on our side.
  Milo was powerful in that he discredited the left with authority. I do not yet know what happened to him.
Stone-Eater Added Feb 24, 2017 - 11:01am
My own take is that we are morphing into establishment/non establishment.
The non-establishment will eventually become the establishment. It was always like that. It's not the political direction or slogans they put out. It's the structure of character. And that is not bound to any sort of -ism or party.
Mike Haluska Added Feb 24, 2017 - 11:23am
I hope every Republican and every member of Trump's staff was paying attention.  If you try to "buddy up and make friends" with the left they will use your words (twist them if they have to) to ruin you.  Come to think of it, maybe Trump ought to make Saul Alinsky's "Rules For Radicals" mandatory reading for his staff. 
Jeffry Gilbert Added Feb 27, 2017 - 4:00am
Milo is certainly a case study of why/how its insane to want to be part of the lie that is everything about DUHmerica. DUHmerica only uses you up and throws you away when you're of no use/inconvenient to it. DUHmerica sucks the life out of everything and is utterly without honor. 

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