User Profile: adin


Member Since: July 06, 2013


  • [-1] July 5, 2015 at 10:07pm

    Yay! America is saved. Someone painted a bat patriotically. Phew, I thought we were in real danger there for a bit.

  • [15] July 5, 2015 at 10:06pm

    50 years, really? You’re very optimistic. LOL

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  • [1] July 5, 2015 at 10:05pm

    The “gotcha” bs is quite tiresome. There are about 318,000 other things we can hang on Obama that’s helped destroy our nation. Whether or not he says “God” is meaningless. Especially since, when he does it’s likely a farce anyhow. Do we really care? Nope, I do not. I want the government off my back and out of our lives. In truth, the President shouldn’t even matter this much to us. He’s supposed to head the Federal Government that deals only with the states and operates on an exceedingly limited scale. That we have what we have now, that’s what we should be worried about. Not whether he hollowly mentions your god or not.

  • June 17, 2015 at 7:52pm

    Still major confusion for me. Why do these articles always use words like “allegedly” or “purports”? Are we expecting this to be CGI? Or some other kind of hoax? I don’t get the special treatment for these particular videos.

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  • [9] June 11, 2015 at 1:44am

    US Marine, 1st BN 4th Marines. Seven years total.
    The whole point of the 1st Amendment is to protect speech we normally cannot stomach because we all have speech that’s not acceptable to someone else. You preserve liberty only by defending the liberties of others that you do not agree with.
    The moment the US government, or any other government, passes a law against desecrating the “American Flag”, that flag is then elevated above individual liberty (the entire reason we have a USA in the first place) and becomes a symbol of tyranny. It’s the moment I go out and burn my own American flags.

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  • [2] June 4, 2015 at 8:43am

    I’m not a “righty”, nor a Cruz supporter but, I’ll admit that your comment was classy and well played.

    Stand with Rand.

  • [7] May 23, 2015 at 10:41am

    @ Ckozzy : Paul voted against this.

  • [13] May 23, 2015 at 9:49am

    I’m so happy that Ted Cruz took a stand, put his words into action and stood 10 + hours for the filibuster…Oh wait, that’s right, HE DIDN’T. The all Canadian, tea party messiah let the real patriot, Rand Paul do all the work. Liberty loving Senators, should have been in fisticuffs over who gets the honor of standing publicly against the Patriot Act. Instead they all hid except for Paul.

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  • May 14, 2015 at 6:02pm

    Okay, okay you people and your hate speech. Let’s wait until the other side of the story comes out. All police should be given the benefit of the doubt. This guy was probably antagonizing the Marshall. I’m sure he really deserved it, but I’ll reserve judgment until the media and law-enforcement investigates and proves that he deserved the crack in the nose. What’s he whining for anyways? You don’t know, maybe the Marshall just finished a major drug bust and saw seven or ten of her buddies killed in the line of duty to protect you fools. He’s lucky he got away with just a busted nose. If you don’t want to get your nose busted, then don’t honk at an unmarked / off-duty cop. Plain and simple. They are here to protect us!!! Now get on the floor and lick their boots you commie ******* maggots!

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  • [1] May 1, 2015 at 10:15am

    Meh, the dozing I don’t mind. I used to work shift work, and still work for a company where my subordinates all work shifts. Man, sometimes the sleep monster attacks and you lose the battle. Part of being human. This was only for a few seconds…

    But, I do mind how he just woke up and pulled someone over. Was that a real infraction? Or did he just do what cops do and abuse his power? (Leaving out the fact that most traffic infractions are just tax schemes layed down by politicians).

  • [25] April 29, 2015 at 2:56am

    Homeschool. A challenge, but nothing like dislodging that great big government parasite out of your children’s education…mostly.

  • April 23, 2015 at 11:06am

    Preach it!

  • [2] April 22, 2015 at 2:07am

    Okay, okay.

    Instead of $1.4 Billion on a building alone (then all the millions and probably billions on staffing and maintenance – again just for one hospital) why not just give us insurance coverage. One would think that would be a whole hell of a lot more efficient and cheaper.

  • [1] April 22, 2015 at 2:02am

    Buddy, why do you care about the people on top if they can’t enforce the laws? Because all police are doing is their job and they are patriots and heroes, right? So, therefore, whatever anyone at the “top” does shouldn’t matter right, because no real hero cop will ever obey those unconstitutional laws and enforce them.

    Just Kidding. The people at the top will always matter, because the cops will always enforce their tyranny and bootlickers like yourselves will always defend the hero cops whilst they are enforcing the tyrannous laws from above.

  • [1] April 18, 2015 at 6:26pm

    Okay, she’s hot. Just had to stay it. That pick where she’s wrestling away from the cop and looking back…dang, that’s hot!

  • April 15, 2015 at 12:05pm

    I wonder how many people, even adults can read that, let alone write that well…

    Said the man looking at cuniform clay tablets, bemoaning the fact that people have taken to this latest invention, the papyrus paper scroll…

    Me doth wonder how many souls canst even read or scribe so. Mine own heart is waxes a wretched song…

    Says the 18th century poet who wished his contemporaries still wrote in Shakespearean prose.

    Dude, language changes over time. The medium changes over time, too. That’s life.

  • [4] April 15, 2015 at 11:56am

    That is a straw-man argument. Pointless and invalid.

    I live in Washington, where pot is legal. All employers, public or private, still have the right to ban the use of the substance. My employer still randomly checks for cannabis use and will fire anyone who tests positive, because it’s a safety concern.
    Just because it’s legal, doesn’t mean you can get or maintain a job of you’re abusing any substances. Especially if you show up to work under the influence of any substance. You’ll lose your job.

    So your “It’s for the children” argument is pointless and invalid.

  • April 15, 2015 at 11:49am

    See! This, this is okay. Pointing out that Cruz is from Canada suddenly isn’t.

    And no, just because I point this out about Cruz, doesn’t make me a progressive. Just in favor of consistency.

  • [-2] April 10, 2015 at 5:45pm

    No doubt, he has.

    So has every president since Lincoln. Much blame to go around. It’s just accelerated under the Bush / Obama regimes.

  • [-1] April 10, 2015 at 5:44pm

    Ha ha…assuming a little bit aren’t you.
    I am no liberal. I support consistency. I opposed Obama based on the concept that being born outside of the US to only a single American parent, does not fulfill the constitutional requirements of natural born citizen.(Amongst many other things). At the time, the cacaophony of voices from the right, were with me.
    Now that things are different and it’s a GOP candidate, well, who cares anymore. If you were never part of that, and always understood it, like you do now, then it’s a mere disagreement on what the Constitution says. That, is honorable. But, for the vast majority, well, I’d like them to explain why the sudden change of heart.
    BTW. I stand with Rand.

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