User Profile: americanfirst

americanfirst

Member Since: September 15, 2010

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  • [7] July 1, 2014 at 10:34am

    I’m going to go with my first thought…
    Plant by Democratic/Progressive/Liberal operatives designed to illicit a prescribed response from media and anti-gun crowd.

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  • June 30, 2014 at 9:29am

    American made Humvees? Is it possible that this admin, perhaps thru the House of Saudi is supplying ISIS militants in establishing a caliphate?

  • [4] June 26, 2014 at 4:28pm

    Wait she is BOTH black and muslim?? ….whodathunk?!

  • [4] June 26, 2014 at 4:24pm

    The media is complicit and should be prosecuted.
    All government funding that makes it’s way to the media as their personal private PR firm should be removed and charges should be filed.
    Chase the money to MSNBC and others being paid with tax money through the Democratic machine.
    The mainstream news outlets should be getting zero love from us at this point. No adverstising dollars should be invested on them!!

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  • [2] June 26, 2014 at 4:21pm

    Impeach Holder. I am good to go NOW!! Where do you want me?

  • [2] June 5, 2014 at 12:42pm

    Do NOT allow this kind of behavior to go unpunished. There is nothing enlightened about “tolerating” this kind of activity in OUR society. The biggest systemic problem we have is doing NOTHING when idiots take license with OUR society. You decide if it’s appropriate or not. YOU DO! If it’s unacceptable then it’s on YOU to do something. Take personal ownership for your corner of OUR society!

  • [3] June 5, 2014 at 12:31pm

    Fire her. Do it now. We should not pay adults to teach our kids these kind of values. Period! Not with MY taxes. Uh-uh.

  • [5] June 5, 2014 at 12:29pm

    I agree with the balance in your statement, MR. I was in high school and we were relatively sexual and flippant. No doubt. That said, the bigger balancing act is the notion that it is up to us to define and establish where that proverbial “balance” should reside. We ultimately have the responsibility of establishing the standards of behavior in our society by defining what’s acceptable and what’s not.
    And though, you’ve been fairly concise and I suspect accurate… it does not make it okay and when one considers it – for most of us, it would not fall under the realm of what we would consider “acceptable behavior” by anyone in High School, let alone the adults we pay to help educate and raise our youth.
    So, IF we had to round-table EXACTLY what the ideal atmosphere would be for our education centers – especially hearing from those that have the most “skin in the game” parents. Who raise their youth with a set of values, and who pay exorbitant taxes as an investment in their communities to ensure that their children have a high “quality” education available to them then – it stands to reason that we could and should expect more and rather than “growing up” aka “tolerating” the bad behavior – we should very deliberately be involved in what is and is not acceptable – present society be damned! The systemic problem we have with society is that we “accept” way too much inappropriate behavior under the guise of “tolerance”. “Growing up” is exactly what require

  • [-1] June 3, 2014 at 1:09pm

    Great opportunity to practice paintball target shooting!

  • June 2, 2014 at 3:14pm

    What is the difference between the David Sterling and V. Stifiano’s case to this one?
    She recorded someone she didn’t like from the provacy of his own room w/out his knowledge and they had a relationship of trust.
    Here you have a police chief, whose relationship of trust is with us the public (who pays his salary and for the city ambulance). He is recorded w/out consent not in a “rant” but engaging in “innappropriate sexual behavior” in a “city ambulance”??
    I think there is NO argument that a) the police chief should go and b) those that wrongfully defended his actions should go to!

  • May 30, 2014 at 10:37am

    Hey! If I was a Black Lab… I’d lick my junk too. Black privilege?

  • [2] May 29, 2014 at 4:11pm

    Sue them school district for your diplomas. It’s ridiculous to deny them their diplomas for having a “the” traditional graduation celebration.
    Sounds like one more power trip for the district.
    Where the students informed that the co-called “consequence” was the withholding of their high school diplomas? Talk about ruining their graduation over a power trip.

  • [39] May 28, 2014 at 4:24pm

    Love decency and kindness when I see it. Confirms to me the world still rox!

  • [1] May 23, 2014 at 11:08am

    What kind of TOTAL LACK of self-esteem does one have to have to be this moronic??

    ZERO RESPECT!! This does NOTHING for me except inflame my disdain for stupid people.

  • May 21, 2014 at 12:44pm

    Wait! Is the idea that WE the people are supposed to put our full dependency on the government investigation to arrive at what actually happened?
    Are they out of their vulcan minds?
    Nope – I’m not!

  • [2] May 21, 2014 at 12:17pm

    LAPD? I though SL was hosting?

  • [1] May 16, 2014 at 12:46pm

    I am not saying that we don’t have social issues. I am not trivializing and saying that my own son has “categorically” been bullies, as myself. That said, as a kid I never perceived it that way. I just assumed this is life and you learn to cope and deal…
    Meaning, I had no labels or guidance that essentially made me out to be a victim of anything.
    Parents would guide me with the token ” nobody ever promised you a rose garden”, who said life was fair?”, “when problems happen you have to deal with them”, or ” once in a while, life throws you hardships and when it does you’re going to have to learn to cope”. In every instance, I muscled through and assumed this was just life. Everyone grew up. Everyone came to their senses – now we are all friends on FB. Lol.
    That said, is there the potential that we simply create labels that enables us to be victimized and “justify” our condition. Isn’t our condition ultimately OUR responsibility and not a product of external factors?
    I prefer living in a society where protected classes are removed and everyone is treated as individuals and everyone is responsible for their condition and “cowboy up” and “do the right thing” are still the order of the day.
    I realize there are historical and extenuating conditions but… by in large can we just dispense with the issues that rob us of living up to our potential?

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  • [1] May 15, 2014 at 1:52pm

    The problem elitist/socialist/liberal and democrats have is specifically that this country is right-of-center. Constitutionally conservative by birth, man!
    So, for them to pass any legislation or agenda that competes against that they are bound to fabricate/distort/obfuscate and they have bought and paid for the media as their tool of choice.
    Given that simple reality, how can we rationally expect them to NOT sabotage a great app for the citizen to have a direct vote w/ their rep??
    They even manipulate census numbers for crying out loud!

  • May 15, 2014 at 12:09pm

    Harry Reid said, “There should be no million-dollar entry fee to participation in our democracy.”

    Doesn’t this effectively disqualify HIM from having a voice in OUR representative government??

    Perhaps we should remove ANYONE that has generated wealth above and beyond the stipulated salary for representation. If they have gotten paid by secondary or tertiary means – then disqualification and criminal charges.
    I like it! Write it up…

  • [2] May 14, 2014 at 12:45pm

    If the dog really did that kind of damage spontaneously – it needs to be put down. It’s a danger to the neighborhood and community. The owner needs to face some ramifications for having the dog lose, behind a fence or otherwise unleashed.

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