User Profile: 1SSF

1SSF

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  • April 16, 2014 at 4:02pm

    “Nothing to see here! Nothing to see here!”

    Seriously, we are reminded DAILY by these wackos that America is no longer a nation of Law. The Constitution as written and intended simply does not exist (one may thank John Roberts). Those given the lawful and Constitutional legal power to provide the checks and balances to prevent such tyranny have proven to be ignorant of the facts or so obtuse as to dismiss the seriousness of the situation. The MSM, the Dept of Justice, The Supreme Court, and the inept and clueless Republicans in congress, have all been given oversight to prevent what we are witnessing. Indeed, I have heard it said from prosecutors that Darrell Issa has proven so inept at prosecuting this administration as to appear involved in collusion). Ultimately, their INACTION has done more in the past three years to undo two hundred years of English and Western Law than any previous foreign power in our history. Worse, (IMO) the ballot can no longer reverse the cancer; the cancer so affects every branch. Thankfully (but unfortunately) the Founders in their infinite wisdom gave the citizenry a fourth – and final – option. Though the result will most certainly be bloody… at least there will be no more gray area. Either one will stand on the side of Law, Freedom, Liberty, and the Constitution – or one doesn’t. The fence will vanish. The gutless, clueless, cowardly, the dismissive, and the deniers will be forced to fall to one side or another.

  • March 18, 2014 at 11:46pm

    @Sargeking – Great to hear someone doing a “follow through” with vets. I’m one of those guys that chats with every WWII I meet. I see a WWII Vet hat? “How ya doing? My names . . .” Sadly, I’ve run across more fake WWII vets the past five years than any time. Guys in their mid-70s. After a couple of seemingly innocuous questions they realize I have them over a barrel and they exit, stage left. Then there are others that put a lot of effort and thought into it. I once interviewed a TBF Avenger gunner for three hours (over the phone) only to realize his two carrier cruises didn’t jive. He had worked on the planes at one time, and knew enough to come up with a line of crap. But facts, figures and especially, dates usually shine the spotlight on the liars. Then there are more fakes out there that are like this poor clown, who probably has a mental problem of some sort – with the pretentious gall to wear a uniform but not the guts to wear one officially.

  • March 17, 2014 at 2:15pm

    I’ve run across these a__holes too. Moreover, I’ve run into older folks who claim to be WWII veterans. So, it goes way back. In the end, I’m glad the veterans confronted this trash. That is the only real way to stop it. Now word will get around. Other fakes may think twice.

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  • January 15, 2014 at 12:18am

    You’re both twits. You just don’t get it and you never will.

    These men did not die for some geopolitical left/right, liberal/conservative, Islamic vs Hebrew ideology. They died for one another. It is a love that only those who have been there will ever truely understand or appreciate.

    So you and your ilk are mistaken. But you can care less, right? Why? Because you’re gutless yellow gutter trash vermin, without the slightest understanding of what “service” means to the soul, and what “sacrifice” represents.

    And don’t call me kid.

  • January 14, 2014 at 11:27pm

    @Tuttle – Do not tell me or anyone wearing a uniform why we risk our lives, you presumptuous twit.

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  • January 8, 2014 at 4:53pm

    @ArmedAndReallyPissed — EXACTLY. Chucky and the other sycophants in that room have been MIA for years. Barry hasn’t been asked a single tough question – ever. Which explains why Valerie Jerrett said the key to Barry’s political success is to limit his access to anyone suspected of asking Barry a tough question.

  • January 8, 2014 at 12:48pm

    @Rich – I know how you feel and understand your concern. However, listening to YOUR phone conversations, reading YOUR emails, texts, and blog posts will not prevent another 9/11 or attack. Ultimately, laws are in place – placed there by the same administration that thinks by monitoring your life will prevent another 9/11 – to protect and defend known terrorists in the courts and on the battlefields. Moreover, we learned by the Boston Bombing that when a credible threat is discovered, the administration will not pursue the threat.

    Pete King is sniffing glue. This is all about curtailing his POWER.

  • January 8, 2014 at 12:28pm

    Republicans eating Republicans. REAL smart, Pete.

    The question one should ask: WHY would/should a Republican criticise another Republican … even if the action is warranted? Until the birth of the Tea Party such behavior is somewhat rare within the party, and directly contradicts Reagan’s Eleventh Commandment – “Thou Shall Not Speak Ill Of Any Fellow Republican.”

    King’s (over)reaction is quite bizarre, indeed. RARELY do Democrats ever do this. Ever. And when they do, it is usually over ideological reasons such as Conservative Zell Miller. Miller was the last TRUE Conservative Democrat in Government. Ultimately Miller was forced out of the Democratic party in 2005 on a rail because the Democratic party is no longer Democratic in any conventional sense.

    The reason Rand Paul is targeted by fellow Republicans is simple. Pete King and his ilk are directly threatened by what Rand Paul represents – change. Like Sarah Palin, Paul represents Reason; Rule of Law; and the Constitution. The Republican establishment, do not. In addition, Pete King’s attack is only the beginning. Other Establishment Republicans will attack Rand Paul. The hate (and HATE is exactly what it is) will approach the same venomous fervor that we have witnessed against Palin and the Tea Party. Why? Because the hate is one in the same AND for the same reasons.

    In the end, it is time to “have it out” within the Party. Either we are a nation of Laws, dictated by the Constitution, or we are no

  • January 2, 2014 at 11:20pm

    This decision by MagPul would normally “red flag” such legislation. NOT in the land of Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Willie Wonka, John Denver, and legalized pot. I know. I lived there. The VAST majority are completely ignorant of the Law, the Constitution, and the terrible sacrifice absorbed by the lower to middle class to keep this nation free. Hundreds of thousands are dead and most are oblivious. Most would willingly kiss the feet of the tyrants, even when the chains are locked around their ankles. Like the rest of the nation “they’ll go along to get along.” As long as they are allowed to keep their pot and smart phones – they’ll be happy.

  • November 13, 2013 at 11:35am

    I liked this guy before. I like him more NOW. He gets it. Period.

  • November 11, 2013 at 10:13am

    The “story” here is that the Republican Party are culpable. They allowed it all to happen, particularly during the last election. Even Limbaugh will not use the term “Communist” when describing Barry. If no one will call it (him) for what it (he) is, then when will they? The inside Washington Republican elite literally didn’t lift a finger to defeat Barry. If “blame” is to be thrown about and labeled as the critical cause of this disaster it lays bare, lying there for all to see, at the very feet of the gutless and cowardly Republican Establishment.

  • September 24, 2013 at 9:51am

    Come’on, Blaze. This isn’t NEWS. This story is an UTTER waste of time. The MSM are “attempting” to create a story ’cause they hate Cheney. But there’s nothing here. Surprised you folks fell for it.

    In reply to the story Cheney Has Another Gun Mishap

  • September 3, 2013 at 6:28pm

    The grassroots conservative movement a few years back – The Tea Party – sprouted not because of Lil Barry and the dems, but because conservatives had (have) worthless hacks in the republican party, like Senator’s McRino, Grahamesty, and that gutless dweeb, Boehner. We have no representation. Zilch!

    In the end, the Tea Party was castrated by these same liberal, establishment republicans.

  • May 31, 2013 at 5:01pm

    Megan Kelly told O’Reilly that she (and her folks) have already completed a full background investigation on said bar fight. She said that Kyle was telling the truth and Ventura has no LEGAL leg to stand on. I believe her.

    Ultimately this only proves that Chris Kyle was a true patriot, a real hero, and a man that loved and fought for his nation. Ventura is your basic gutter trash. Indeed, who in the hell would go after a widow – even if his claim were true? Rather, he would go after the publisher.

    Makes me want to toss-oats.

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  • May 21, 2013 at 7:37am

    @COSMOS – Bullseye! The real American Democrat Party died a LONG time ago. That generation is long gone.

  • May 21, 2013 at 7:30am

    Human debris. The true =HATE= has always been with the Godless on the left.

  • May 10, 2013 at 6:00pm

    It’ll never happen – not in a million years. But . . .

    . . . what if he WAS impeached. So? Ask Billy-Bob Clinton if it hurt him? His response was, “Don’t worry. It’ll blow over.” (Blow – pun intended.) That was his MO from the beginning and how the dems look at everything – i.e. “It was a long time ago!”

  • May 6, 2013 at 12:38am

    (Just speaking for myself) but I haven’t listened to Rush since the election. I know of other Dittoheads that tuned him off too. BUT it has NOTHING to do with Rush.

    I’ve been a Rush addict since 1990 and generally a political news junky. I lived and breathed political news. It was my LIFE. But no more. After the November election I completely went cold turkey on talk radio, including Rush, and haven’t turned on the radio since. It wasn’t anything he said that caused me to turn off the radio. It is because the last election proved that a political paradigm shift had taken place within the country. The election taught me that it doesn’t matter: the money; hard work; and dedication of millions of Tea Party patriots was ALL in vain. The Constitutional Conservatives no longer have a voice or a party that represents the John Wayne/John Ford or “The Andy Griffith Show” idea of the American way of life. It was a hell of a lesson to learn and a real shocker.

    In the end, life is too short. After the election, I turned off the “glass teet”, and talk radio, and began to learn to live again. I do check in with Drudge and TheBlaze periodically but that’s it. No more obsessing about what new unconstitutional law the Dems or Rino Republican hacks have passed. For better (which I doubt) or for worse, a shift has taken place. America and the Constitution is but a ghost in the bone yard of human history. And there’s nothing you, I – or Rush Limbaugh – can do, to save it.

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  • March 26, 2013 at 12:32am

    Greg’s passion proves what most of America already knows – and what Carrey apparently does not: that Americans are passionate about their guns. Indeed, firearms is a lightening rod issue. Carrey has just marginalized and condescended to a LARGE portion of the American populous. Moreover, those associated (at any level) with the world of firearms will never forget what Mr. Jim Carrey has done. Not smart. However . . .

    I have worked in the film business. The Farrelly boys (directors of Dumb and Dumber To); Jared Hess (director of Loomis Fargo); and Jeff Wadlow (director of Kick-A** 2) are literally CRINGING. The repercussions of Carrey’s stupidity may not be tallied for years to come. Throughout the film industry anyone tied to Carrey’s films – directors to grips – are in trouble. And they know it. Even Spielberg was unable to save War of the Worlds after Tom Cruise took off after Brooke Shields. Hollywood cares about MONEY. Carrey is associated with several films that are in preproduction. He just cost them bundles.

    In the end, this blithering idiot has cost the studios not millions but BILLIONS of dollars in loss revenue. His career will never be the same.

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  • March 26, 2013 at 12:10am

    Sorry, ROSCOE, but you don’t know what you’re talking about. I’ve worked in the film biz. Believe me when I say the Farrelly boys (directors of Dumb and Dumber To); Jared Hess (director of Loomis Fargo); and Jeff Wadlow (director of Kick-A** 2) are CRINGING. Throughout the film industry – ranging from directors to grips – the repercussions of such stupidity may not be tallied for years to come. Even Spielberg wasn’t able to save War of the Worlds after Cruise’s arrogant mishap. Hollywood cares about MONEY. And Carrey just cost them bundles.

    In the end, the gaping mouth of this blithering idiot has cost them and the studios . . . not in the MILLIONS but BILLIONS of dollars in loss revenue. His career will never be the same.

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