User Profile: aogiss

aogiss

Member Since: November 09, 2012

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  • January 21, 2014 at 5:18pm

    I apologize if someone already posted this point.

    I have not had cable television for nearly 4 years and I do not miss it at all. So much garbage, commercials, etc. From my experience, only about 10% of the channels in a given package are desirable, and that rate falls as more channels are added.

    If The Blaze TV is picked up by the cable companies, will it still be available via subscription (i.e. the Internet)? I will never pay for cable television again, even if products like Netflix and Amazon Prime cease to exist. I want to pay $x a year for The Blaze, not $x + ??? for The Blaze and a bunch of channels I will never watch.

    If losing Net Neutrality does to the series of tubes we call the Internet what we see in cable television today, it will simply be the end of my connection to modern information.

  • May 21, 2013 at 9:10pm

    Before we start asking God how things like this can happen, perhaps we ought to ask ourselves how 3700 abortions a day can happen.

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  • April 15, 2013 at 2:13pm

    So much for tolerance. He is not hurting anyone. Some people believe in magic dirt.

  • April 7, 2013 at 9:30am

    Nice.

    This decision only empowers North Korea.

    This decision puts the U.S. in the position of not having a validated anti-missile system.

    I hope all those who voted for Obama remember their decision if something goes horribly wrong (such as 100k melted Americans).

    I seriously doubt Obama supporters have enough of a clue to consider these points now, and perhaps not even after it is too late.

    Fools.

  • March 20, 2013 at 12:13am

    He didn’t build that.

  • March 16, 2013 at 11:23am

    I bet in the not so distant future we will read about the real reason for the soda ban in NY, and it is not about the health of citizens as much as it is about taxes, kickbacks, etc.

  • March 15, 2013 at 4:26pm

    Can’t we impeach this guy for being a socialist enemy of the U.S. Constitution? Seriously. At what point are the American people able to remove a President from office?

    It is not as if 1 out of 5 of his decisions are anti-constitution and 1 out of 9 of this actions are illegal, it is nearly every word and every action. At some point it will be too late.

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  • March 11, 2013 at 10:14pm

    Seriously? This required an investigation? Even if it was an Israeli missile, it would only have been because Hamas fired rockets from the baby’s crib.

  • March 9, 2013 at 3:10pm

    “Pakistani” mob? Not Muslim? There must have been some Pakistani Atheists and Buddhists in the mix given the broad descriptor.

    Does anyone remember all of those “American” mobs that performed the numerous lynchings in the South decades ago?

    Yah, same thing.

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  • March 8, 2013 at 9:33am

    Here are the plans we sold China.

    http://tomahawk.ytmnd.com/

  • March 8, 2013 at 9:29am

    Here are the plans we sold to North Korea.

    http://tomahawk.ytmnd.com/

  • March 6, 2013 at 2:29pm

    Why waste the time and money to “assess the situation?” If progressives do not plan to take the guns away, what are they worried about?

    Simple logic defeats liars, but only when the liars are not the majority.

  • March 5, 2013 at 3:31pm

    Why do we assume “the arms” are for “the militia” and or “the people” are “the militia?”

    If the militia is the pool of citizens the state may call upon for its defense, why limit their weaponry? We would have to assume the state will arm the people, but why then guarantee their right to bear arms? Why not say all people are subject to conscription, for which the state will provide arms?

    If the militia is not the people, why reference them?

    What about “well regulated?” How can we equate gun control with “a well regulated militia?”

    If the people are the militia, wouldn’t well regulated mean ensuring the people are armed sufficiently to defend the state? Could we defend the state today with single action firearms or 10 round magazines?

    If the people are not the militia, well regulated clearly does not apply to the people.

    Here is what the 2nd Amendment means:

    “Since well armed government forces are necessary for defense and history is replete with such turning against its citizens, nothing must interfere with citizens’ rights to equally arm and defend themselves from the government.”

    Gun control fanatics would have you believe the 2nd Amendment means, “Since we have an army and police, people do not need firearms to protect themselves from armed criminals or foreign armies.”

    If gun control fanatics are right, how did Sandy Hook happen? Criminals will always find a way and the government cannot protect you.

    ht

  • March 3, 2013 at 1:59pm

    I have often thought the same. Abundance is a huge distraction from the Truth.

    There are probably many here who do not share my beliefs, so I would like to some things I like to contemplate. I am certain all here would agree it is good for us to think for ourselves, not simply believe what others tell us. So…

    Does our universe really go on forever? If not, how big is it? What is on the outside?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubble_Deep_Field

    Regarding the Big Bang or similar theories, measurements show our universe is expanding at an increasing rate, in every direction. What is space and time expanding into, nothing? What is space? What is time? What is nothing? The expansion, if true, indicates a beginning. If not true, has it always been as is, no beginning, no end?

    Does a turtle born in a box know what exists outside of the box, where the box came from, or what the box is? Physical science is wonderful for everything in the box, but can we measure the non-physical with the physical?

    Finally, is there any argument, regarding anything ever observed (in the box), leading to a logical conclusion for anything happening without a cause?

    Think it through on your own. What caused everything? How do you know? How are you not the turtle in the box?

    You may think you have guessed my cosmology and dismiss these thoughts as apologetics, but it is only a guess (your theory). Are you being intellectually honest and ignoring your own ability to rea

  • March 1, 2013 at 9:10am

    I can hear Biden already, “Just pretend you have a loaded, bolt action rifle!” I am sure Feinstein approves of this message.

  • February 28, 2013 at 12:47am

    I cannot believe there is even a debate over these weapons. Of course, look at who the majority voted in for a second term.

    The degree to which a mass murder is successful is based upon three factors: venue, timing, and weapon.

    As an example, any decent marksman with a Remington 700 (bolt action rifle for those not aware) and a $100 scope could easily take out 50 people in a pre-Super Bowl Walmart parking lot. Heck, a person could probably take out twice that with a katana in a single pass through the self checkout lines.

    There are a bunch of ways to kill a bunch of people, but these “law makers” just happened to land on these weapons, which happen to be the best home defenders on the market? (Not to mention their utility in hunting, ranching, pest control, etc.)

    Here is what we need to do. Give Senator F(rak)einstein any “non-assault weapon”, put a pretty mask on her and put her in a ring with a coked up Mike Tyson. Get some popcorn before ringing the bell.

    Just remember, when you embrace the fact their true goal is disarmament, all of their superhuman logic dodging abilities make sense. They will not debate the facts logically, or at all. They will just keep beating the drum until they win. If they do not win this round, they will come back again.

  • February 28, 2013 at 12:10am

    He is not crazy. He knows exactly what he is doing. He seems quite sane when you step out of your own ideology for a moment to understand his goals. Everything he says and does is actually in pretty good form when you know what his objectives are.

  • February 28, 2013 at 12:05am

    I cannot believe the things that come out of his mouth. Shoot through the door? Seriously? Can I call him as an expert witness in my defense when I do?

    If we are clinging to our guns and religion, what in the name of science are they dangling from? I suspected they were Klingons all along, now it is confirmed.

  • February 20, 2013 at 10:18pm

    Freeberty, I am simply saying the rhetoric is the same every time conservatives want to balance the budget. I work in the private sector and earn my keep. Nearly everyone can do something.

    If a quarter of those living on the tax dollars of others went to work 5 days a week, not only would there be no jobs for illegal immigrants (solving one problem), the budget would not be the issue it is today.

    I wonder how many Obama phones are on the streets right now. I read 230k in Baltimore at a cost of around $24M, which comes out to over $100 a phone. I assume the figure does not include ongoing month to month costs, which I read to be something like 250 minutes/month, where such plans cost about $20-$30/month (so let’s say $25). So, about $5M a month for the plans is probably a fair guess.

    The Obama phones are one small example of the gaping hole sinking our country.

  • February 20, 2013 at 7:19pm

    Right, they may not be essential, but why do the “budget cuts” always start with workers, police, fire, teachers, whatever? Why don’t the cuts start with the real problems like the criminally abused welfare programs, putting inmates to work to pay for their walls and guards, etc.

    The people of this country are so accustomed to hearing cuts = jobs that nobody even questions it.