User Profile: AxelPhantom


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  • October 25, 2014 at 9:31am

    She gets stop and another doctor coming home from treating patients in Africa is sent on his merry way. Of course he is a clinical assistant professor at Stanford and she is not. I thought this quarantine was mandatory rather than selective.

  • October 24, 2014 at 4:23pm

    Worse. They probably didn’t need to be taught a thing, they have grown up marinating in it.

  • [5] October 24, 2014 at 4:16pm

    One word for the original comes to mind : VULGAR.

  • [10] October 22, 2014 at 8:44am

    The people I worry more about is the receptionists, the orderly, first responders, the phlebotomists, the techs, the people in the waiting room….basically the people with little training, protection or knowledge of infectious diseases. Think about how many people you contact in a hospital or Dr’s office before you even catch sight of a doctor or nurse.

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  • October 21, 2014 at 3:13pm


    A better question is why do you need permission from the Government to marry?

  • October 21, 2014 at 3:07pm

    Take government out of marriage, change the tax code.

    Then churches can “marry” whomever they please —or not,

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  • [6] October 21, 2014 at 10:41am

    It’s the collective mindset.

    Who is America but a bunch of individuals trying to live their lives as they believe?

    When we stop acting, thinking and living as individuals and start accepting the pre-contrived boxes made up by a bunch of politicians, “America” is dead.

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  • [13] October 21, 2014 at 10:28am

    Hillary admitted to being a progressive, but she felt it necessary to expound… “Early 20th Century Progressive”…….which means Fabian Socialism and Communism.

  • [2] October 20, 2014 at 2:45pm

    …and now for the REST of the story.
    Political lobby groups are having “ballot parties” where people gather, give their unused ballots to a political operative who then marks them and casts the vote for them.
    One citizen one vote?

  • [6] October 19, 2014 at 10:35pm

    When I was recently visiting my daughter she left the porch light on one night in protest for Mexico holding Sgt. Tamoorissi. She said there was a lot of wondering amongst the military families if this was legitimate or whether it was something invented to identify the military households for the terrorists mentioned in this threat letter.

    We slept that night with guns in easy reach……..

  • [5] October 19, 2014 at 11:25am

    “…..The exercise will involve eight scheduled events and/or webinars which will discuss questions surrounding continuity of operations for essential services, transportation impacts, disruption in communications and internet connectivity, disruptions to power sources and other related possible damages to the normal function of societal life.”

    They are assuming a severe flu outbreak similar to the Spanish Flu.

    Several posters here thought Sargeking was crazy when he suggested similar disruptions and consequences if control is lost last week. FEMA apparently thinks it is not so far fetched, or do they know something else we don’t?

  • [1] October 18, 2014 at 1:32pm

    So those of you who are giving me a negative, please do tell why? I am Roman Catholic and some of what went on in the name of God and Church was so very wrong. I recognize that. I also recognize that those were very different times. But it did happen and it was wrong.

    How is it that Protestants cannot look with truth at the things that were done in their religion’s name and likewise admit that the faith of the layman in God was hijacked for political purposes by errant leaders, not so differently than the Catholics?

    If you wish to cast stones at the Catholic Church for falling away from the teachings of Christ then at least do so with honesty upon your own sect’s misdeeds.

  • [-3] October 18, 2014 at 12:46pm

    Michael, what branch of Christianity persecuted, pursued and murdered the Mormons in the United States because they believed them to be apostates?
    In our country’s history in the name of God who burned people at the stake, or on crosses, hung them from trees or suffocated them by placing stones upon their chests, in many cases because they got in the way politically? Is that not oppression?
    Every religion has its dark history, most thankfully mature and realize the error of their ways, some are slower to come around than others.
    (p.s. I am not LDS, nor am I a witch, nor am I black)

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  • [1] October 18, 2014 at 2:28am

    I am hoping people will get beyond assigning blame, I think it is pretty obvious at this point that the whole thing is a cluster f- and like you say it doesn’t matter whether this was planned or not. It just is. Like every other time, I fully expect nothing to be done and no responsibility for any of it to be taken.

    We need to be looking beyond the fray and discussing, watching and questioning the effects of what is being done to “protect” us.
    Today, with Obama’s appointment of an Ebola Czar government expanded, a whole new division has been created. What powers will/could be ultimately be ceded to him?

    Obama’s political hack now has a modicum of control over the direction of the CDC, DHS (including TSA, ICE), HHS, Department of Defense among others. How does that change the rules of the game?

  • [1] October 18, 2014 at 1:53am

    So a bit like if you are thought to be insane and institutionalized for the public protection until you are evaluated and released?

    …or having your guns impounded because a councilor thinks you may be emotionally unstable (a danger to yourself and the public) while going through a divorce ?

    Stranger things have been twisted into justification for laws……..

  • [3] October 18, 2014 at 1:36am


    Trust me, I am not taking offence (the hubby says sometimes in writing I come across a bit harsh).

    I truly want to discuss more than who is to blame here and want to go deeper into the things that got the ball rolling and made Obama’s reign of power possible, mainly 9-11.

    The fear, panic, disbelief and helplessness changed us as a country and I for one do not want a repeat performance on this event, we need to stop digging the hole and that requires us to stop acting like over emotional liberals and start thinking of things beyond the obvious. How much does the Constitution, freedom and liberty mean to us? Are we ready to put our money where our mouth is?

  • October 18, 2014 at 1:24am

    I agree with you generally. What I wish to avoid is exchanging immediate safety for future liberty. It gives me heebie-jeebies anytime the government decides that a citizen should be detained against their will when their only proven crime is seeking medical help. It is kind of along the lines of a person going through a divorce having to give up their firearms.

    This will not be the last time someone refuses to be quarantined. How do we handle it without creating another mess where people with nothing more than the flu are being detained? If this thing spreads beyond “traveling to Africa” or “Contact with Ebola victim” the “screening” process will become crap and anyone with an intestinal flu will be suspect.

    I understand the legality of doing it once the person has a confirmed infection, but what about the 12 hours or so when the infection is questionable?

    At the point she was released she had not tested positive, only flunked the “screening” which entailed a list of symptoms and contact with a person who was not ill themselves but had treated one of those who had become ill.

    It would be nice if this whole thing would just become a non issue because it burns itself out, but these are the kinds of issues that we need to know where we stand or I fear we will lose many uniquely American things in the process.

    South x Southwest -we avoid the city then as if it had the plague (no pun intended)

  • [2] October 17, 2014 at 10:26pm

    According to the Dallas news (listened in on and off this afternoon), they say she was in close contact with someone who cared for one of the victims, not a victim or a recent traveler to Africa.

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  • [2] October 17, 2014 at 10:06pm

    What do you do when the docs and the government are one in the same AKA the CDC?

    In this situation you have local docs asking state docs who in turn ask the Federal docs who say to let her go. Nobody wants to take credit for the decisions and Obama has done a good job making sure that no one has to.

    Not trying to be difficult here but I need to work all of this through for my own moral clarity and it helps to have a sounding board.

  • October 17, 2014 at 9:50pm

    When you drive on public roads isn’t it a choice? Perhaps a choice between two bad things like, you are out of milk and you need to go to the store. Could walk, could ride a bike, a horse, a bus, get a taxi depending on where you live… drunk can take out a dozen people in the right circumstance (we had it happen in downtown Austin this past summer).

    I think we need to start considering the consequences of what we need to do to stop this thing and balance it against individual rights to find out what is acceptable so we do not have another “patriot act”……

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