User Profile: AlexS1


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  • November 22, 2014 at 7:48pm

    I thought we elected politicians to represent us. If 59% of those represented are against something, isn’t incumbent on them to listen to the people that elected them? It gets back to the “Gruber Principle”, that the American voter is to stupid to know what’s good for them. Obviously, they are not listening.

  • November 22, 2014 at 7:33pm

    What if the physicist, engineers, architects and all others connected to America’s early Space Program had taken Common Core math? In our quest for the moon, I can only hear an oft repeated phrase by Secret Agent 86, Maxwell Smart : “missed it by that much”.

  • November 22, 2014 at 7:23pm

    I’m right behind you. Had to hold my nose in the Florida Governors race. I would never have voted for Crist. Scott is not a true conservative, but was the only option.

  • [5] November 21, 2014 at 8:10pm

    I see a remake of one of George Jone’s greatest hits. “He Stopped Loving Him Today”. How about one of these guys singing “Stand By Your Man”. Gives new meaning to Charlie Rich’s ‘Behind Closed Doors’. ‘You Ain’t Man Enough To Take My Man’. Montgomery Gentry’,s ‘She Couldn’t Change Me’ for that Herndon fellow since he was married. Sammy Kershaw’s “Queen of My Double Wide Trailer”. A small title change in John Anderson’s song “Not So Straight Tequilla Night”. “Boy Named Sue” makes more sense. “Go Rest High On That Broke Back Mountain”. And last, but not least “Are You Sure Hank Done it This Way”.

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  • [7] November 21, 2014 at 7:07pm

    Worked in corrections. Feeding inmates that kind of food would be considered ‘cruel and unusual punishment’. There have actually been law suits brought against prisons and jails for serving crap like that.

  • [4] November 21, 2014 at 11:24am

    This attack on religion in the military started long ago. From Jan 75 – Jan 76, I was stationed in the Azores at Lajes Field. While there, we attended the Protestant Service on Sunday mornings. On Sunday nights, we were allowed to use the Chapel for services for a Southern Baptist Mission that had been established years before. This service was open for all to attend. The Pastor of our group was an Ordained Southern Baptist Minister who was also a Navy Petty Officer. In the am, the Protestant Chaplain gave a salvation message followed by an invitation and Alter Call. The Air Force Chaplaincy began putting pressure on him to stop ‘preaching” and giving Alter Calls. He was a Major with nine years of service, but resigned his commission rather than compromise his beliefs. Shortly before he left, the head Chaplain informed our Baptist group that we would no longer be allowed to use the Chapel for our Sunday night and Wednesday night services. We found a building downtown and as far as I know, the Church is still going. Just as a side note, I believe Brother Charles, the Protestant Chaplain, was Presbyterian.

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 2:13am

    Saw Whooping Goldberg’s name and thought “was she raped too”? Then read the rest. She probably would be the one handing out the pills. (Discounting that moron, Ted Danson).

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 2:07am

    Me too! He handed me a pill and like an idiot I took it. Next thing I knew, me an Fat Albert were at Coz’s drinking out of the water bottle. After that, we went outside and played ‘street football’, where, by the way, I was the piece of glass.
    I personally never liked the Cosby Show. It wasn’t funny after the first season. I have an album of his greatest routines and think his standup is pretty funny stuff. Who doesn’t relate to the ‘water bottle’ story. You always left some in there to avoid filling it back up.

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  • November 20, 2014 at 8:33pm

    Yes. Leader of Booker T. and the MG’s. Loved their music. Kidding.
    Early Civil Rights activist who felt education was important in the fight for equality.. Also advocated for blacks to start businesses in an effort to help lift them out of poverty.

  • [6] November 20, 2014 at 3:19pm

    This is Massachusetts. He would probably be arrested, and more than likely spend some time in jail. When I see stories like this, I’m always curious as to how the parents, and in this case, the Grandfather, voted. Quite possible they are conservative, but if not, they brought this idiocy upon themselfs. As Obama once said “elections have consequences”.
    Let’s consider Senator Ed Markey. His recommendations to VP Joe Biden’s anti-gun task force was to ban semi automatic rifles (more commonly referred to as ‘assault weapons’ by liberals) and high capacity ammunition clips. Imagine Ed Markey in 1776 arguing that every citizen, patriot or minuteman only be allowed one pistol or rifle, not both, two musket balls and a half a horn of powder. Had his ilk been in power back then, I’m sure we’d all be speaking the ‘Kings English’ paying ninety percent taxes. Maybe with newly elected Governor Baker, things may get better.

  • [16] November 20, 2014 at 2:23pm

    No more ‘gang bangers” since they closed that pesky gun show loophole. (Doesn’t exist). Background checks are done at gun shows, but try and convince these moronic Libs of that fact. Deny, deny, deny. You don’t see a lot of Crypts or Bloods at gun shows. Settling the west was a hard fought process with lots of hardships. Settled by men and women with strength and character. Had these folks had the same mindset of the fifty nine percent that voted for this law, they would have never left the east. I’m amazed how states like Ca., Wa., Or., NM., and Co. have been taken over by these by these Prius driving, tree hugging, tofu eating idiots.

  • [23] November 19, 2014 at 6:41pm

    I like where this is going. No longer do we have to spell out Low Information Voters. We just call them GRUBERS!

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  • [153] November 18, 2014 at 5:21pm

    My brother and I are two years a part, he being the oldest. When were five and three, we stayed with our Aunt while our Mom worked. She was a wonderful person and we loved her dearly. Every afternoon when our Mom came to get us, she would make us a PB&J sandwich to eat on the ride home. One day, as she was making our sandwiches, my brother asked her what kind she was making and she told him Boysenberry. He grabbed my hand and said, “come on Steve”. Soon after we made it home, my Aunt called to ask my Mom why we had left our sandwiches. She called us into the room and asked my brother why we left them and he replied “because Aunt Esie tried to poison us, she was fixing ‘poison berry’ sandwiches. I’m now sixty and he’s sixty two. He still has my back and is my best friend.

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  • [3] November 16, 2014 at 4:16pm

    The only ‘shocking and bizarre, thing I saw is that it wasn’t AMERICA making this claim.

  • [1] November 16, 2014 at 4:04pm

    And isn’t it a Democrat in the White House that has governed by Executive Orders the last six years, ignoring not only the House and Senate Republicans, some Democrats and the American People? I’m surprised that he was able to keep a straight face while making this claim. Voter ID is, however, a serious detriment to Democrats voting more than once, or, more importantly, voting while dead.

  • [3] November 16, 2014 at 1:56pm

    And I’m willing to bet they get along. Another post stated these were bad dogs and “the owners suck too”. The problem with this breed is almost entirely with the type of people that generally own them. Good loving owners usually have good loving dogs. If this wasn’t the case, then these two dogs would not be in the same yard.

  • [9] November 15, 2014 at 9:34pm

    PETA is to busy stealing people’s dogs off their porches and killing them. There record of placing animals to good homes is abysmal. But you’re right about the ravens and magpies, a birds gotta eat.

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  • [12] November 14, 2014 at 11:25pm

    You better go back and reread the article. While many people supported the event, Rev. Franklin Graham, the leader of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, wrote on Facebook that it was “sad to see a church open its doors to worship of anything other than the One True God of the Bible.”

  • [5] November 14, 2014 at 4:56pm

    “The meetings organizers, however, stressed they wanted to keep the demonstrations non-violent”. WINK WINK.

  • [2] November 14, 2014 at 4:49pm

    I predict that those “stupid voters” that Mr. Gruber spoke of, you know, the low information types, will vote for her in December. They suffer from EDD, Election Deficit Disorder. All will be forgotton, and they will vote on her because of name recognition.

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