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  • [1] July 29, 2014 at 10:32am

    At the very least the parents that sent their children on this torturous trip should lose their parental rights, and the children should be placed for adoption, and the court records sealed. I do not believe that the parents of the children should be able claim privilege to enter the US under the humanitarian right to search for their ‘babies’. They have proven how little they value human life, even their own blood.
    I have a solid idea were my state’s children have been placed, and it has to do with Head Start, and the program set up for the education of children of migrant workers the funding of these programs.
    I will not protest the placement of these children, but I will remember when it come time to vote (and early voting has started in our state for the primary elections) and make my decision accordingly.
    As for the ‘Nero’ playing in the back 9 while the US burns, the GOP we must learn NOW to put party pettiness behind us and concentrate on the large issues and select a strong candidate accordingly.
    We are strong unique country, but right now we are suffering from life threatening wounds.

  • July 29, 2014 at 10:29am

    When a friend noted a US Presidential AF jet sitting on the tarmac in our small town, for a few hours about 2 weeks ago, coupled with the fact he want certain he saw Holder emerge from the jet, I wanted to know what role our state would play. Nothing, absolutely nothing was reported in the only and overtly liberal newspaper of the city – yet I wasn’t surprised.
    After searching many sites, I found an article on the Wall Street Journal: All 50 states (including Alaska and Hawaii) will have ‘migrant’ children sent to to their state. Only the total number of children placed in these states would differ.
    In addition it appears the states will be responsible the financial care and placement of the children that appear on their proverbial ‘footstep’.
    The issue that was the most interesting in this crisis was the glaring fact that the states that were to receive the most ‘migrant’ children – 3,000 to 4,000 – were the blue liberal states. I don’t think this was a coincident, in long term planning. The only exception was the red-ish state of Texas, and the red state of Georgia.
    I believe these children (which many are young teenagers) will never return to their homeland. At the very least the parents that sent their children on this torturous trip should lose their parental rights, and the children should be placed for adoption, and the court records sealed. I do not believe that the parents of the children should be able claim privilege to enter the US under the hum

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  • July 29, 2014 at 10:15am

    This issue has disturb me on so many levels.
    As a mother I could never allow my child to be separated from me for any reason. Secondly, any parent who put the welfare and life of their children into the clutches of drug cartel members to be delivered into the United States should not be able to remain the parent of any children.
    Three, I continue to wonder if these children were actually used as ‘drug mules’ as one of the conditions of their transport to the US…how much drugs have been smuggled onto America under the guise of “migrant” children.
    Forth, what kind of mental health issues will the US need to learn to treat and crimes that will be committed as a result of the long and torturous trip these children made from as far away as Guatemala.
    After the Governor of Tennessee found that he was going to have children placed in his state, only after he read it on the HHS.gov website (NO OFFICIAL NOTICE from the federal level of the government) I truly wondered if this was a legal. But then the federal government can do anything for as long as they want until the masses revolt and push back?
    I still could not find which states were going to house these children and where they would be sleeping and who would be funding the care.
    When a friend noted a US Presidential AF jet sitting on the tarmac in our small town, for a few hours about 2 weeks ago, coupled with the fact he want certain he saw Holder emerge from the jet, I wanted to know what role our state woul

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  • [4] July 27, 2014 at 5:58pm

    I love it when good guys win! ….and bad guys eat asphalt!

  • July 26, 2014 at 8:08pm

    Make your jokes (actually the Monty Python reference was funny) but as some one who must fly to get anywhere (yea, the boondocks) this footage put a knot in my stomach (and I thought the seat in front of the loo was sickening).
    Dad was prompt about starting his legal defense….and was that SWAT riding on top of a news van???
    I was on line just looking for the destinations for all the children that ‘migrated’ across the border since it was pointed out a U.S. Palace jet was sitting at our local airport about 2 weeks ago.
    And uh, just a southerner’s observation: what Canadian goes to Panama City in July or August?

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  • [2] July 15, 2014 at 11:39am

    This is frightening.
    This person is clearly mental, and will is likely to do this to all vehicles observed with similar messages.
    The last portion of the message clearly is a threat to the woman and should be treated as a Hate Crime.
    Our society has devolved into a angry “how dare you have a different opinion than me” and threats are freely issued. Common curiosity is no longer valued, and people are living angry lives, which is passed down to their children – thusly the attitude one can anonymously scratch out a letter, leave it on a car and threaten the safety of anyone is not the exception, is has become the rule….because of a bumper sticker.
    Wow, if anyone needs intervention now, it is America as a whole – regardless of political affiliations, personal spiritual philosophy, or educational level. This is a much bigger problem than the mujahideen, oil, or skin color.

  • [1] July 13, 2014 at 3:50pm

    The back ground of the green sign saying “Stars & Bucks Cafe” is funny! (Can’t make out the logo!).

    I want to believe his offer is an honest and loving gesture. His friend (a Jew) has vouched for him, the neighbors may be nice as well, but what about those that will come into the community looking for a fight?
    But I truly admire him standing at his home’s gate to make this offer.
    And to add fuel to the firestorm, yes, I believe there are many Muslims that are kind and good people – and they live in a fear we cannot comprehend.

    I believe the extremists (and the uber extremists such as ISIS) are the people to be fought (by all)… these are the people that ‘interpret’ the Quran to fit their agenda.

    @JUNTER… I tried to make out what that guy in the white truck was doing…and yes it is questionable (iPads are cool for this). Perhaps he only had the window down half way to preserve the A/C, yet wanted to hear what the judge was saying.

    Again how can you keep the militants out of the community once you offer a peaceful haven?

  • July 13, 2014 at 2:53pm

    Wow, you’ve got to notice when your core constituency calls you the worst president…EVER…it must resonate all the way to the ‘back 9′.

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  • July 13, 2014 at 1:17pm

    I rarely catch The Five. Dana is very interesting, intelligent and a graciously fair. Gregg is funny, intelligent and a unique ability to combine the both in his POV. And Eric obviously sits in the middle to keep Mr. Bob from exploding…but I’d rather have Mr. Bob in that seat than any of the guests they’ve had sitting there.

  • July 13, 2014 at 12:57pm

    OK. He has everyone’s attention, gave the liberals bleeding eyes, made the Chinese collectively shrug their shoulders, and made the Twitter-verse explode, Michelle has created a new hashtag, Obama is grinning on green, et.al. …. but has he offered an apology?

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  • [1] June 28, 2014 at 10:52am

    So sorry, but to be honest-having worked with people with mild mental disabilities- this person has all the markers including the blank stare of a man who doesn’t have a clue to the depth of trouble he has stirred up. I wonder if this is the village guy that was told what to say and when to say it so the real culprits could scurry off into the local caves to protect their stash of weapons and have their high level meetings.
    This was the sacrificial offering to the US, and Obama wouldn’t take it until he was ready to create another positive news event….and the militants are laughing their gutrahs off.

  • [3] June 26, 2014 at 10:27am

    And all he could say ‘he didn’t deserve this’ and remembered his buddies that didn’t make it back home.
    This man has more class and humility than the entire gated community of Washington DC.
    Sir, you are the definition of what we want our country to be. Blessings to you and your family.
    (why is the tissue box always empty….)

  • [2] June 25, 2014 at 3:16pm

    I don’t know what is worse, the posted responses to this incident or the events recorded on the cell-phone. According to the short report the two trucks were involved in the ongoing altercation on the highway.
    Two parties doing something wrong, does not make it OK to pull out your .45 and empty the magazine when pulled from the truck.
    Angry people are living in an angry environment in today’s angry society. I don’t need to beat the dead dog as to why this is happening.
    But if two people are having an ongoing argument with their trucks, on a public highway, and one happens to lose and gets the snot beat out him (and a few broken ribs from the woman sitting on top of him) I’m glad they didn’t kill anyone, including each other.
    If I was the county attorney, I would have all 4 people voluntarily come and sit in separate rooms (including the cell phone videographer) tell me their version of the truth a few times until among all the statements the facts emerge and charge them with endangering the public…unfortunately, there is no law for being stupid.

  • [1] June 4, 2014 at 3:03pm

    Obama, could you be bothered just for a few minutes and consider the unlawful detention of ‘one of the Good Guys’ sitting in La Mesa Prison waiting to hear from someone before he is assaulted and killed….just a few minutes out of your comprehensive workout time will save Andrew Tahmeeressi’s life.
    Are those earplugs attached to a player, or just there so no one will bother to ask you important questions?

  • [1] June 4, 2014 at 1:22pm

    Don’t let this dog/pony show side track your attention;
    remember Andrew Tahmooressi in the La Mesa Prison which is truly suffering from a life threatening condition: death from murder. He was suffering from PTSD before: now there will be a lifetime of attempting to recover from this and the obvious lack of action from this administration and desertion by a government he gave up his life to serve.
    Obama, how long are you going to review the petition, and how will you spin this one if he is assaulted and killed?
    And he is one of the Good Guys.

  • May 29, 2014 at 12:15pm

    …the new mantra of the American people.

  • [2] May 29, 2014 at 9:59am

    I admire these men and women. What they received as a commencement tribute was a political speech. They all are too disciplined to walk out or demonstrate the choice of the speaker.
    The people that are the influential force of this administration are the same people that called returning Vietnam Vets names like ‘baby killer’, while spitting and cussing at these forces when they returned home.
    These cadets deserved the General’s tribute which spoke at Texas University, not the ‘philosophical’ ramblings of a narcissistic dictator ‘wannabe’.

  • [5] May 22, 2014 at 10:14am

    This man has an ongoing friendship with the archeological crews. He is not looking for confrontation, he is looking at history. And history in Israel is rich and abundant. God works in amazing and mind-expanding ways, why wouldn’t you view this as the hand of God at work?
    Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity by Nabeel Quresh.

  • May 22, 2014 at 9:56am

    I had this conversation with a retired LEO a few weeks ago. He admitted he keeps a weapon in every area of his house, and in that we live in a ‘right to carry’ state he is not shy about wearing his weapon on the outside of his clothing.
    I replied I understood, but my position is why? If you can safely conceal a gun, and still retrieve it if you are loading groceries in the trunk of a car, or running/ biking along a ‘green path’ and suddenly in a situation you may need it, why leave it exposed?
    Some people are intimidated, others are hostile, some may take it as a challenge and others will actively take issues and make it a civil case.
    Why behave like an idiot? You have a right to carry, but really you don’t need a tactical weapon to eat your rice-laden burrito (I don’t like Chipotle cuisine) and why walk around ‘exercising your right’, when you can easily do the same thing with a ‘pocket pistol’ and you won’t appear in need of a mental examination?
    Every right has a common sense responsibility, please don’t mess it up for the rest of us.

  • May 12, 2014 at 2:37pm

    Let’s see.
    Abu Waleed come for a visit, I’ll have a ranch hand hold you down, shave your head…all the way down your back, take all your clothing (every piece of your clothing) and send you back home on a water buffalo….sitting backwards.
    سمجھنا۔ بوجھنا۔ خیال میں لانا۔ تاڑنا?????

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