User Profile: 1froglegs


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  • [1] October 8, 2015 at 8:17pm

    I am discussing this as a matter of opinion as to whether or not I think his actions merit execution. I am not in a court of law advocating for what the law allows, but rather what I think the crime should be for me personally to think it merits execution. If the evidence during the trial shows that he willingly aided the enemy, then I would support your position. Until that occurs, MY OPINION is that the evidence publicly available up to this point does not cause me to think he should be executed.

    John Walker Lindh should have been executed. But in the case of military personnel serving in a war zone, I am personally hesitant to support execution for anything other than willingly aiding the enemy or intentionally causing or attempting to cause the death of a fellow American or one of our allies.

  • [-5] October 8, 2015 at 7:01pm

    I am not saying that execution is not legally an option for desertion, I am saying that I do not think he should be executed unless it is shown that he willingly aided the enemy.
    If Bergdahl willingly aided the enemy he should be executed. If not, I think he should be given a less lethal punishment. We will see what comes out in his trial.

  • [-18] October 8, 2015 at 6:27pm

    The Bergdahl situation is far too ambiguous to merit execution. It would need to be proven that he deserted for the purpose of aiding the enemy. As it is, it is clear that he deserted, but any information given or behavior beyond that point could have been a result of him being under duress.

    If it is shown that he volunteered sensitive information willingly, then you have a case for a noose. Otherwise, he should stare at cinder blocks for the rest of his life.

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  • [58] October 8, 2015 at 12:54pm

    People like you are desperate the wave the flag of Islamophobia and racism, and you are repeatedly embarrassed when your “Messiah of exposing injustice” turns out to be a false prophet.

    The “abuses” suffered by Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin and the clock kid have all been exposed as justifiable and rational reactions to the situations their “tormentors” were faced with.

  • [1] October 7, 2015 at 3:19pm

    What else explains her constant attacks on him? He did not do anything to her. She became offended when he told an interviewer that he had never heard of her. They are two athletes from different sports. She is upset that he was a rival “fighter” who was getting attention that she thought she should get, and he was not aware of her.

    Aside from that, she challenges him to a fight that she knows will never happen (she would lose by the way), all the while ducking a fight from the roid-head Cyborg.

  • [-1] October 7, 2015 at 1:16pm

    She is clearly jealous of Mayweather. She cannot stop going after him regardless of how much he ignores her. I have no respect for her.

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  • [19] October 4, 2015 at 6:25pm

    Radical Muslims are just fundamentalist Muslims. An example of a fundamentalist Christian would be a Quaker or an Amish. An example of a fundamentalist Muslim is Osama bin Laden or the members of ISIS. That is the inconvenient truth.

  • [33] October 4, 2015 at 6:20pm

    By “terrible thoughts” he means his son was a practicing Muslim who had read the Qaran.

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  • [10] September 28, 2015 at 2:52pm

    Is that Gary Coleman on the left? Whats you talkin’ bout Willis?

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  • [-2] September 28, 2015 at 2:38pm

    Rubio is a true believer in Conservative principles. That is apparent when he speaks. Cruz and Paul are the same way. They have Conservative instincts, as opposed to the finger-in-the-wind Conservative ideas that are common among GOP candidates come election time.

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  • [7] September 26, 2015 at 4:50pm

    The hypocritical part of the “gay rights” movement is the advocacy for marriage. They claim on one hand that “the government should get out of our bedroom” and then sue for the right to invite the government into their bedrooms to issue them a marriage license. Had they been pushing for the abolition of the marriage license there would have been support from all sides.

  • [6] September 24, 2015 at 2:58pm

    He will be better off if he lets it go. If he goes after them they will savage him again, but even worse. They do not hold back. They are defenders of the right to free speech. Just ask Phil Collins about that!!!

    Also, I do not think public figures can sue for satire. If so, SNL would be owned by the RNC.

  • [18] September 23, 2015 at 9:16pm

    The three successful Conservative governors in the race have either dropped out (Perry, Walker) or are on the verge of doing so (Jindal). This demonstrates that the process for selecting the Republican nominee for president has nothing to do with finding the person best suited for the job.
    Less than 20% are supporting a candidate who can verify that they are actually Conservative. The other candidates are either blatantly pretending to be Conservative or expect us to take their word for it.

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  • [6] September 21, 2015 at 10:02pm

    Trump wants to deport the illegals and then create an expedited process to bring “the good ones” back. That is amnesty. His expedited process is allowing them to jump the line again ahead of those who are doing it the legal and proper way.

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  • [141] September 19, 2015 at 9:25pm

    The funny thing about this incident of “bigotry” is that there is no way that kid is going to be able to board a plane with that “clock”. I would also wager that the Secret Service will be hesitant to let that “clock” anywhere near the president. He will have to drive to DC and then meet Obama in a parking lot somewhere.

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  • [86] September 19, 2015 at 9:16pm

    The dad is an Islamophobia advocate. More likely this was a “balloon boy” type of hoax set up by the father to give him a platform to cry Islamophobia from.

  • [-1] September 19, 2015 at 10:40am

    Rush has always been party first, principles second. That is exactly what the establishment represents. In this election he is lining up behind a borderline socialist which makes me think he was bought off, but Rush has always put party before principles.

  • [-1] September 19, 2015 at 10:34am

    You do realize that the Trump immigration plans grants amnesty don’t you? If creating an expedited process to bring the ‘good ones back” is not considered amnesty, then nothing is.

  • [-5] September 18, 2015 at 9:50pm

    Rush is the establishment. The “establishment” is concerned with party affiliation, not principles. That is what Rush is. He may be a Conservative, and push for Conservative ideas, but in electoral politics he only cares about the “R”, not what the person stands for. That is why he supports Trump.

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  • [1] September 18, 2015 at 9:46pm

    Trump is the most Liberal candidate in either party, with the exception of Bernie Sanders. I don’t know anything about Fiorina, which is why I don’t support her, but I know a lot about Trump, and he is a borderline Socialist.

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