User Profile: PurrrpleMtnMajesty

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  • June 22, 2014 at 5:50pm

    Oh, I see….mobsters -too sinful, but Islamic terrorists – misunderstood, oppressed,etc.
    You can’t have it both ways, even if you are the pope.
    Besides, if they pay enough $ for the remission of their sins, then can they at least go to purgatory?

    I agree we live in a world that is infatuated with evil. Thus far, I’m not sure if you are contributing to that, but my guess is, “quite possibly”. You are a world leader & when you promote those who hate Israel and want her destroyed, I have to either question your logic, or what side (of evil) you truly represent.

  • [4] June 19, 2014 at 6:50pm

    Megyn has become too snide, full of herself and totally lacks objectivity. It’s so *easy* to pick on those who are not going to give you a fight back. Reminds me of those who bash Crhistians who believe in the one man one woman idea of marriage while keeping mouths shut that in Islamic countries these people not only not allowed to marry, they aren’t allowed to LIVE. These bullies know they will face a backlash they don’t want to deal with, so they only carefully pick on those who they know will not respond in kind (or worse).
    I think her smugness as of late bothers me much more than her questioning anyone.
    She’s in a “gotcha” mode and really doesn’t want a reply.
    I used to like her, but now find her pathetic.

  • June 17, 2014 at 1:29pm

    Defending the lying,corruption and evil results of this administration is to me, much, MUCH greater a character flaw than anything Dinesh may have done.
    And trust me, if they wished to go after you, I’m SURE they could find any number of (possibly unknown) laws you’d supposedly broken. You have 3 fingers and a thumb pointing back at you buddy!

  • [3] June 17, 2014 at 1:06pm

    I regret to say that last night I found Megyn to be
    1) unprofessional
    2) scoffing much like a liberal without hearing what her guest was pointing out (hearing one or two words and discounting the meaning of the entire dialog due to this)
    3) totally uninformed and unwilling to consider that this prez is NOT inept. Just the opposite.
    He does *nothing* without purposeful intent.
    4) She owes Dinesh and her viewers an apology for her unprofessionalism, even dare I say adolescent responses.
    I’ve seen her like this once before. Three strikes and you’re out Megyn.
    We may be having out news censored like in communist countries, but I’d rather hear nothing thatn distorted truths.

    AND when will they address in detail that the one of the three TEENS KIDNAPPED in Israel is an AMERICAN? Soon after the traitor’s release, they snatch one of our kids. No surprise there, but couldn’t it be discussed a bit by those who vow to present the *unbiased* truth.
    Oh, I forgot, the truth is ignored or sneered at on most news programs, Megyn’s demonstrated that last evening.

  • [1] June 6, 2014 at 1:58pm

    My thoughts exactly….and he’ll take his dad with him.

    This was so staged I’m surprised we didn’t see credits roll at the end.

    What angers me most is that how many military troops were permanently wounded/died to
    capture those 5 gitmo b@#$?
    How many did they themselves kill? How many died trying to capture bb? How much did bb help his captors in planned attacks carried out when he was 1st in their camps?
    And now what of future attacks on Americans because of this?
    It seems the price of this soldier was beyond measure when you take all that into consideration. He should be tried as a traitor.

  • June 6, 2014 at 1:48pm

    Hi AWinter,
    I cannot vouch for accuracy of this information, but one news anchor said that in the army you are automatically promoted as a result of time served. If they did not have him classified as a deserter, after a certain designated # of years he’d be promoted within the system. It is not a “decision” but an accounting function that for (various) time served you get (various) promotions. I’d think marks against your record would inhibit this, but I do not know.
    Being a deserter surely must be one of the worst offenses recorded so evidently he was not reported as such.

  • June 6, 2014 at 12:46pm

    If they believe so strongly in “No one left behind”, why do we still have a MARINE rotting in a Mexican Jail
    over a proveable mistake? He did *honorably* defend our country and Mexico is not our enemy, it is a “friendly” nation. Why can’t they get HIM out? Whey don’t they care?

    And last, “What Happened to Marine Deserter Wassef Ali Hassoun?”
    Read for yourself:

  • June 6, 2014 at 12:40pm

    I noticed *some* of these thngs including that they didn’t inspect the bad.
    Additionally I noticed:
    1) BB was NOT blinking so badly when he was standing looking up at the helicopter landing. He blinked once or twice, but not that rapid blinking. Additionally, he did NOT cover/shield his eyes from the sun which
    would be natural if your eyes were sensitive
    2) The taliban guy who approaches BB in the helicoper was not frisked, yet he was able to get that close
    to everyone else and the helicopter itself.
    3) When this same guy was “supposedly” telling BB to ‘not come back or they would kill him’, he looks awfully chummy. He points his finger at 1st, then taps the BB’s chest. It’s almost like a patting of comfort or “goodby”, something you might do with a friend who was departing, not with someone you hated. You
    wouldn’t even touch someone you hated & if you wagged your finger, it would be in their face.

    This whole thing was staged.

    I’d have liked to have seen the 5 taliban released to them. Where is that video? Why did they do it DAYS before BB’s release?

    It would have been great to see the (full) exchange take place at the same time, then as the helicopter flies off a drone shows up & blows up all 5 & those who supposedly kept bb captive.

  • [4] June 6, 2014 at 12:19pm

    Women’s exercise classes use heavier weights than he was “struggling” with.

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  • [3] June 3, 2014 at 12:00am

    Oh, I forgot the hug too where he’s rubbing her back. That is just not presidential. It’s not even an awkward attempt at consolation. The woman wasn’t grieving – she just found out he son is coming home. Something is way off here.

  • [4] June 2, 2014 at 11:58pm

    Did you watch the press conference? O was all over this guy’s wife. You don’t put your arms around another guy’s wife’s waist and walk with her that way while the guy trails behind. Something is off here. Then the HUGE smile by O when the dad speaks in Arabic?? There is much here that is not being revealed.
    And the bull about the dad being distraught? His son was just released. If anything his response would be celebratory. I’m trusting my gut on this and it’s saying, this is not what it seems to be

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  • May 24, 2014 at 12:44pm

    I believe not only was this intentional, even the revelation of it was intentional. Why you ask?
    I’m so glad you asked. Slowly start increasing anger & victimization of military returns.
    No one wants to join seeing what is happening. Next, the veterans, their families & loved ones
    will be hurt & loudly expressing themselves. Some will snap. (Hurting & extreme stress are the
    perfect recipe for this) They will start to look dangerous.Those who are healthy will wish to defend their
    country from such supposed errors &will be seen as bucking the system- a militant threat- an intolerant danger to society. Laws will be imposed limiting them in some way. These are all steps to persecution.
    Step 1: Stereotype the targeted group
    Step 2: Vilify the targeted group for alleged crimes or misconduct
    Step 3: Marginalize the targeted group’s role in society
    Step 4: Criminalize the targeted group or its works
    Step 5: Persecute the targeted group outright
    These steps are echoed in Alinsky’s strategy for attacking particular groups. “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Since Alinsky also preaches that the “end justifies the means” & portrays the organizer’s goal as a “war,”
    any action against the “target” is justified. Stereotype it, vilify it, marginalize it, criminalize it, and persecute it fits within his “ethics of means & ends.
    All paving the way for brown shirt takeover with the blessing of a population who buys the lies

  • [-1] May 24, 2014 at 12:21pm

    Sounds good; my thoughts are:
    1) we can’t even get the potholes on non-solar roads repaired in a timely manner
    -when it requires an expensive fix by a specialist, then what?
    2) salted roads in winter – would it deteroriate the solar panels?
    3) crashes – would the person be subjected to any discharge of energy?
    The concept is good if all these have been considered & tackled

  • May 9, 2014 at 9:44pm

    Or have a chemical lobotomy so you WILL believe

  • May 9, 2014 at 9:42pm

    1st of all climate has fluctuated on a grand scale as long as we’ve known. Greenland was once – well GREEN. Then there was the ice age of the late 1700s. In the winter of 1780, New Yorkers could walk the five miles from Manhattan to Staten Island on ice as thick as eight feet.
    The industrial revolution had not yet happened in either case. Plus, in the early 50s and 60s there was much more pollution,chemicals,etc which now are not legal or tightly regulated.. So shouldn’t the climate be IMPROVING if this is the cause? IF indeed it’s due to 3rd world country pollution, we could go back to living in caves & it wouldn’t make a difference as they are not enforcing any changes. This is just to have control & break the economy.

    I’ve even toyed with the idea that perhaps they are getting closer on weaponizing the weather & are trying it out, thus they need the focus for the change to be elsewhere. I wouldn’t be surprised if that is the case, with all the chemtrails, reports of snow that doesn’t melt,etc.
    Just a thought, but perhaps not as crazy as it sounds. Years ago the thought of “germ warfare” or “biological warfare” was not thought to be likely either.

  • [29] May 7, 2014 at 9:40pm

    My thoughts exactly. I couldn’t believe the entire group of parents didn’t walk out
    at that point. Did you *read* what he was objecting to? Read ONE of the passages:

    Yeah, kids may read this on their own, but to have it be “mandatory reading” that parents aren’t notified of? Disgusting. How are young women to maintain any sense of morality when they are forced to read (and find this kind of act) not only acceptable, but promoted by their teachers while hidden from their parents.
    Makes you wonder what *else* they are reading in schools.

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  • April 30, 2014 at 1:01pm

    I understand your thought process, however while you say, “don’t take away someone else’s” (rights to choose whatever vice you mention), you are not looking at the rights of those who are subjected to these decisions and the impact they have on society. Don’t want to stop at a red light? Don’t do it? Don’t wish to follow the speed limits, Don’t do it. It will not be only YOUR life that is being harmed as the consequence.
    Also I’d say abortion is the very apex of the issue. How does that not take away someone else’s rights?

  • April 30, 2014 at 12:45pm

    Sadly this (and the aftereffect of promiscuous sex & disease), is also why the infertility rates are skyrocketing. Which leads to MORE dead embryos (And a TON of $ to be made off of it)..
    Once those fertilized eggs are created, they only need ONE to work, the rest are destroyed, so its another aborted life (outside the womb this time). Life is becoming a concept that is hard to define, making it meaningless to a large extent.

  • April 30, 2014 at 12:40pm

    Or even if the doctor snapped their little necks before they fully exited the womb – no murder there.
    What I can’t comprehend for the life of me (pun intended) is how we can say it is not a human even once heartbeat, brainwaves,etc are detected. What ELSE could it be?
    And for those who say it’s not life until it takes it’s 1st breath, then if you stop breathing, do people surrounding you have the right to walk away & say you are dead or are they morally obligated to perform CPR or a Heimlich maneuver to revive you? What if at
    that point they started “harvesting your organs”? You are dead by definition right?
    Yes, I’m being facetious, but this can justify getting those pesky baby boomers off the Ocare rolls as they reach the age when they start to decline. Ever wonder WHY at THIS point in time this is acceptable care, knowing that most won’t make it? We already see it in the veterans. We’ve never had this many approaching golden years & must find a way to get rid of them before they too become inconvenient & costly. Next euthanasia will be encouraged, then mandated.

  • April 30, 2014 at 12:32pm

    Of COURSE she had anguish over killing her child. I’d wonder if she were *human* if she didn’t.
    Can you imagine what kind of heart can do this with*out* having a deep emotional reaction? (relief & freedom don’t count – even serial killers feel that when they get rid of a perceived threat to their plans in life)
    And as far as wanting to remove the “stigma” …oh sure, and then let’s remove the stigma from bank robbery. (Person may not have been able to get a job to support their family without quitting college, etc) Just saying *anything* can be justified, but it still doesn’t make it the right choice

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