User Profile: LessIsMore4Govt

LessIsMore4Govt

Member Since: November 11, 2010

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  • [4] October 24, 2014 at 2:26pm

    I haven’t yet read this article, because I am at work. But I just had to log in for the title of the article. I thought it was hilarious. It would make a great bumper sticker. I enjoyed your previous article on college education, & I will read this one when I get off work.

    In reply to the contribution Feminism Is Poison

  • October 11, 2014 at 9:14pm

    just like they are not at a disadvantage because of their skin color. They are at a disadvantage a lot of the time because of where and how they are raised. How involved are parents are in their childhood. Whether or not they were included in the 75% of African American babies born out of wedlock category. Exposed to drug use, how important was school dressed in the household.

    I don’t think the people on here are heartless and unsympathetic. I think they’re frustrated. They are tired of being able to see what has plagued a certain people for decades, and the people themselves not being able to see it.

  • [1] October 11, 2014 at 9:08pm

    @dizzzave

    I can understand your comment after reading certain comments on here. But not always conservatives as feel that way. I also understand their frustration though, when they see a significant portion of a trace becoming derelict, unproductive, not self-reliant and having morally rotted self. I knew you would disagree with this, but its pretty true that conservatives know history better than progressives. Even the words themselves kind of dictate the description of themselves. Conservatives want to conserve history, values, While progressives want to drive away from it, and progress towards a different society.

    But my point is, when they are trying to invoke history involving Republicans being sympathetic to slaves and the black community, they are trying to in a roundabout way, expose how the Democrat party has used the black race for decades. Their message may come off heartless and unsympathetic, but their account of history is correct. And these facts are easy to look up, read about and understand.

    That is why my previous comment I said it’s going to take more than mere words. We have to show our black brothers and sisters there’s a different way. Yeah there’s racism but not 95 of everything that doesn’t go your is a reason to play the race card. And there is no, or should there be anything called white guilt. Which is what a lot of us whites are feeling right now. We are not more advantageous in society just because of our skin color.

  • [5] October 11, 2014 at 10:23am

    Now this is a thread with good insight. I have been saying this for years. The only way to change the African American culture is to change it at the family level. They are not going to give up their government dependence without being shown independence. What hard work, family values, & a good education can bring. Imagine a world where people actually like living in urban areas because it is a close, tight knit community where everyone is law abiding and willing to help each other out. It can be done! It takes one generation of change! We can do it! Obama is the first black president and you never see him actually talking to kids on a regular basis. Lets show the country that they made this mistake with this president. That we are willing to work with all races. That just because we are conservative and believe on self reliance we do not want to hold the keys to success and keep them for ourselfs. We want to spread these ideas!!!! so everyone can become the best they can be to their fullest potential!!! That is the right way then we could succeed and change this country for the better.

  • [1] September 13, 2014 at 11:05am

    just send the govonator over there. Armie will take care of the Islamic state by his self….

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  • [-1] September 10, 2014 at 11:16pm

    I’ve been a harsh critic of Glenn latley, but I have to say the speech he said be would give if he were president was spot on with me. Pumped me up and I wish we had a president who would give a no B.S. speech like that

  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 10:02pm

    I just thought I should of posted the line in that song that is so not PC. You know, with the earring and the make up…..

    But I digress…

  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 9:58pm

    MAYBE GET A BLISTER ON MY LITTLE FINGER MAYBE GET A BLISTER 9 MY THUMB!!!

    Thread made my night for real!! All hail Mark Knopfler. The best guitarist of all time!!!

  • September 9, 2014 at 9:35pm

    @ love

    I take exception to that! Maryland is actually very conservative. If you were to take a map make it red and blue of Maryland it would be mostly red. The whole Eastern Shore (east of the Chesapeake) is one of the most conservative places in the country. All the northern counties are conservative. There were only three districts that make Maryland go democratic. Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, and Baltimore City. Those areas are densely populated. Have you ever heard the term Maryland is America in miniature? They say that because we have the Chesapeake Bay, open plains, dense populated cities, in western Maryland huge mountains. Well it also applies for its politics. Did you happen to see the article on the blaze a couple months back about parts of Maryland wanting to succeed? Have you ever heard the guy that fills in for Mark levin? His name is Tom Marr and he did oriole games for a long time, and he also does talk radio. He is as conservative as they come and represents most of Maryland. Well, what part of Maryland that is informed. No worries though, people that aren’t from here usually think that about Maryland. Just thought I would add my two cents

  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 9:33pm

    @ love

    I take exception to that! Maryland is actually very conservative. If you were to take a map make it red and blue of Maryland it would be mostly red. The whole Eastern Shore (east of the Chesapeake) is one of the most conservative places in the country. All the northern counties are conservative. There were only three districts that make Maryland go democratic. Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, and Baltimore City. Those areas are densely populated. Have you ever heard the term Maryland is America in miniature? They say that because we have the Chesapeake Bay, open plains, dense populated cities, in western Maryland huge mountains. Well it also applies for its politics. Did you happen to see the article on the blaze a couple months back about parts of Maryland wanting to succeed? Have you ever heard the guy that fills in for Mark levin? His name is Tom Marr and he did oriole games for a long time, and he also does talk radio. He is as conservative as they come and represents most of Maryland. Well, what part of Maryland that is informed. No worries though, people that aren’t from here usually think that about Maryland. Just thought I would add my two cents

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  • August 23, 2014 at 10:18am

    did u see her holding back like a laugh or chuckle or something when she was reading the title of his book? like she was thinking “o please, u cant be serious can u?” the gall of that ugly b****

  • August 22, 2014 at 10:06am

    I am 29 years old. So that staples commercial came out when I was in like middle school. I remember my dad laughing his azz off every time it would come on and he would go on and on about how much he loved that commercial. I absolutely hated it….. :-)

  • [1] August 21, 2014 at 8:39am

    theres gentle men in Detroit?

  • [7] August 13, 2014 at 7:58pm

    That’s a 20 footer!!!…………twenty fiiivvvee…..

  • [10] August 4, 2014 at 10:17am

    just gave solid food for the first time to my six month old too. thats good that they gave him a veggie first because as soon as they get some of the bananas or apples or mangos or peaches….he will no longer like the peas or carrots or potatoes or corn….etc. etc.

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  • August 1, 2014 at 4:14pm

    u obviously didn’t either read my full post or understand it. Otherwise u would know we agree…..

  • August 1, 2014 at 3:48pm

    I don’t have a problem with it. What I would have a problem with, is if people refuse to answer questions, or refused to be searched, and the officers started to get all high and mighty and started violating peoples rights like we see so often nowadays. But asking people questions is not against the law. But I could see the situation turning very bad as soon as one person said I don’t have to answer any questions, which of course they don’t have to, and the investigators turning into overstepping thugs like we see too often.

    I would like to see the scumbag caught for this crime.

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  • [7] July 30, 2014 at 3:29pm

    Well said armed.

    I would just like to say that both and Kyle are patriots for fighting for their countrey. But they are also both loudmouths, testosterone filled, muscle man, which is okay I am very cool with that. Now that being said defamation is defamation. I feel like Kyle lied to sell books. That is just my opinion. Kyle and others he associates with hated the fact that Venture was a conspiracy theorist and spoke out very loudly against the US military industrial complex. while I do not agree with Ventura on multiple issues I do agree with him on that. And many people in the military feel like if u speak out against the US military industrial complex, you dont support the troops and like hate the US or something. i know Venture won this court decision in a MN court and I can see how some would think that is unfair and I kind of feel that way myself, but everyone is already saying that this going to appealed, so my question is if it is, and the same outcome is achieved again, then will people considered justice was served? This just my opinion and I would think those kids are going to be well taken care of considering all the book sales and such and 1.8 aint going to hurt them too much. my two boys would be very appreciative of 1800 dollars. If their dad defamed, then their dad defamed. I agree with armed and take more offense of what Glenn did then Ventura

  • [3] July 23, 2014 at 9:25pm

    greatest. thread. ever.

  • [1] July 21, 2014 at 3:44pm

    How did a police office violating the law, and people posting their disagreement with it turn into them having bad parents? Maybe they have excellent parents, and taught them right from wrong no matter who you are or what position you’re in. Your sense of logic is so out of whack. And you’re embarrassing yourself by posting it over n over again under every person’s comment who you disagree with.

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