User Profile: Apologist JD

Apologist JD

Member Since: December 07, 2011

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  • [7] June 24, 2016 at 3:06pm

    I don’t understand why Germany isn’t ahead of England on this one. They’ve been paying Greece’s bills for years now because nobody else will pony up and they have to do it to keep Greece’s demise from wrecking Germany. If they got out of the EU, they could let Greece fail and while it will affect global markets, the impact to them is less than being bled dry by fools who won’t allow any cuts to their unfunded benefits.

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  • [113] June 23, 2016 at 11:09am

    Much of the remainder of what Gohmert attempted to get across wasn’t audible on the video clip due to the opposing party’s chants, but he added again that “radical Islam killed these people!”
    Ironic course of action for the people who moments earlier were accusing Republicans for being afraid to debate!

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  • [3] June 21, 2016 at 1:52pm

    How do we know they have no connection to terrorists and there’s no risk to the largest sitting duck zone if the investigation is ongoing? Sounds like damage control!

  • [7] June 20, 2016 at 2:58pm

    I thought the “J” stood for Judas. But I agree with getting BO out, just sayin…

  • [1] June 16, 2016 at 4:06pm

    Why are they talking about themselves in the third person? Don’t they get that they are Congress, who abdicated their throne and yielded to the executive? Repeal the APA, then I’ll take you seriously!

  • [2] June 16, 2016 at 12:36pm

    That’s how you know the story is false. There probably isn’t such a person in real life. Even so, it should be enough to declare martial law and suspend all civil rights.

  • [163] June 15, 2016 at 2:10pm

    The funny thing is that he’s trying to prove that we’re all just mean to Muslims, but what he really proves is that everyone instinctively knows they have nothing to fear from someone saying “Praise Jesus” but plenty of reason for concern when someone reveals their devotion to Allah.

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  • [11] June 15, 2016 at 1:58pm

    “At the same time, due process protections should be put in place that allow law-abiding Americans who are wrongly put on a watchlist to be removed.”
    The thing about due process of law is that you are entitled to it BEFORE your rights are denied!
    What should happen when someone on a terror watchlist tries to buy a gun? Nothing. The feds can make their investigation of the person and their terrorist tendencies higher priority and then stop the person if we can prove conspiracy or something else, but there’s no legal or moral grounds for delaying without due process.

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  • [24] June 15, 2016 at 12:03pm

    Trump the fascist. There is that pesky part of the Constitution that talks about depriving people of liberty without due process of law! And once we give the government the power to ban guns from everyone on the no fly list, all conservatives and libertarians will be on it. Hey Trump supporters, is this evidence enough for you that he isn’t conservative, won’t protect your rights, and has no philosophical moorings? This is another bit of clear evidence he doesn’t understand basic concepts.

  • [29] June 8, 2016 at 5:13pm

    “Even more ironic was the fact that the elite French special forces group specializes in hostage situations. But during the robbery, the French officers initially took an entirely hands-off approach.”
    Nothing ironic at all about that, standard procedure for French military!

  • [67] June 7, 2016 at 7:17pm

    This is pure legal extortion. The alleged perpetrators are dead so there is no evidence other than the testimony of someone who sees deep pockets. This lawyer can’t possibly think he’ll win in court, he’s just fishing for a settlement.

  • [7] June 3, 2016 at 5:48pm

    Just for the benefit of everyone here, things are classified based on the level of damage to national security that would be done if the information were disclosed. Information is classified at the top secret level only if disclosure of it would cause exceptionally grave damage to national security (this doesn’t always mean loss of life, but usually does, and at this level, it’s usually pretty direct). I’ve also heard reports that there was SCI on some of the emails, which is worse yet than top secret information. This is the kind of stuff that exposes sources and methods of gathering intelligence. Compromise of this either means an asset is exposed (high likelihood of death) or some method of intelligence gathering is compromised and therefore less effective (we don’t have the upper hand on information, which is a life and death thing in war).
    The whole point is that this loon is completely wrong. By definition, if the emails contain and therefore exposed top secret/SCI information, people will almost certainly die as a result. The sad thing is that I’m certain she knows this was plainly false, but the morons that vote for liberals are short on facts anyway, so they won’t ever know any better.

  • [160] May 27, 2016 at 5:24pm

    This reinforces my general reluctance to hire anyone with Ivy League education. My question is at what point the larger labor market will realize what a bunch of whiny brats come out of these schools and follow my lead? At some point, these schools’ radical left worldviews and their unwillingness to stand up to the children (meant insultingly) will spell their end.

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  • [7] May 24, 2016 at 1:54pm

    She said McDonald “needs to comprehensively address the VA’s systemic problems — and that means reducing wait times, improving care and increasing patient satisfaction.”
    The way to address the VA’s systemic problems is to privatize it and get government out of healthcare altogether. Government involvement is the penultimate systemic problem.

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  • [17] May 23, 2016 at 2:03pm

    Exactly. The only difference is that she says what she thinks, where most on the left still recognize a need to filter.

  • [12] May 19, 2016 at 5:48pm

    Seems like a poor choice of words by Mr. Perez. Instead of unconscionable, he probably meant “economically literate” or “competent” or “not as stupid as liberals.” There, fixed it for him!

  • [10] May 19, 2016 at 5:35pm

    You have to respect the guy who voiced support for post-birth abortions for being intellectually honest and consistent, even if wholly and completely evil.

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  • [8] May 19, 2016 at 5:29pm

    Title is wrong, I’m not surprised at all. This shows the liberals have a lot of work to do if they want this minority to become their slaves alongside other unnamed ones that have forgone sanity in favor of victimhood.

  • [16] May 18, 2016 at 1:51pm

    Just don’t go to NYC. Problem solved. Also, seems like there’s a quaint thing called the First Amendment that would preclude the government prescribing words in any situation, let alone this one.

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  • [4] May 17, 2016 at 5:38pm

    Doesn’t giving interviews to the press on the subject constitute a waiver of privilege?

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