User Profile: beardiethor


Member Since: August 03, 2012


  • May 24, 2013 at 2:50pm

    I’m not sure of anything more fun than when someone extremely delusional, begins believing their delusions (and usually quite passionately). President Obama is neither guilty or innocent of these “scandals” mainly because he simply, for the most part, ignores them; the same way I (or you ignored Watergate). We had nothing to do with Watergate. It was amusing. It added intrigue, but why get involved when there’s no “there there”.

    We know that Daryl Issa pulled $400Million the prior two years to embassy security before rushing in to “save the day”. Doesn’t it remind anyone of a lone paramedic in a small Texas town? He’s a joke and doesn’t know it. But he will. Benghazi is ALL the people in the Fox bubble are interested in. It is the ONLY thing America is not interested in. The hearings have happened. We know what has to be done to lessen the chances of another, and we’re waiting for GOP Congress to get to work on jobs and stop the sequester, or they better be packin’ in 2014 and looking for their own jobs then.

    We know that the IRS is an independent agency and Obama could not have had anything to do with that. If he, or any President asked for such a slant, the President would be the first person they’d audit. It was clear incompetence. Nothing new for the IRS, they simply got caught in their mismanagement. Good.

    AP and the Justice Dept? Again, nothing to do with Obama. The Justice Dept begged AP not to run the story because we had one

  • January 10, 2013 at 1:06pm

    Ted who? (Yawn)

  • December 14, 2012 at 10:03pm

    I was Canadian in 1997-1999. There were 37 gun deaths. During that same period, there were 36,000 gun deaths in America. Canadians love their guns. They all have rifles and love hunting. No handguns. Hard to conceal/hide. Also they are real men. They don’t get T-level spikes from a loaded semi-automatic. We could take a page out of their book. We have big issues here regarding guns. I’m a pro-2nd amendment person, but I, like Reagan, am for smarter gun laws…and they’re about to come, like it or not.

  • December 14, 2012 at 10:01pm

    I found MSNBC (whom I usually don’t care for as they are too far to the left) to be a bit neutral regarding this story. The Blaze in fact has been the first “media” to be biased with it (IMHO). What is Republican or Democratic about 20 children age 5-10 having their brains blown out and 6 adults? Are you out of your mind? That’s a humane thing, not a political one. Not everything is political; especially humanity. And in the next few weeks I bet your are going to see some executive orders that is going to make access to guns by emotionally unstable people very difficult (no confiscation laws) which I’d be against as I am pro 2nd Amendment. But you’ll see laws that will scare you and maybe affect your T-level a bit, but if it bothers you too much you can always secede.

  • December 9, 2012 at 1:19pm

    I can take or leave Maher. I’ve seen him be funny and dismal. Nobody should speak bad of the dead and calling him an idiot is beyond innapropriate. By the same token, like most humor (good or bad) there is often a molecule of truth to it). I can only imagine that toward the end, Andy Williams, himself, was also disappointed he leaned toward the Tea Party. In fact, anyone with a brain should be disappointed, and he definitely had a brain. The Republicans, as they were, given Jon Huntsmann would have probably run (and won) without all this hate, rape, privatization ala Herbert Hoover etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc…would have beat Obama (easily). Instead, as you’ve probably noticed…if not you’re still in the “Fox Bubble”, The Tea Party along with the Republicans who they tore into shreds is quickly going into the “Modern Museum Of Former Political Parties” along with the Whigs and Know-Nothings. Don’t believe it? Keep a screenshot of my post, and look up in Dec of 2014, and wonder why you are now and Independent.

  • November 26, 2012 at 2:49pm

    Anyone can call anyone “a Communist”. It’s easy. Watch “The Blaze is a Communist News source”. What is disturbing is that you get your news sources from Russian propaganda sources. Wow. Scary stuff.

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  • November 16, 2012 at 1:24pm

    PS Sorry meant 12 Embassy attacks under GW Bush never fully investigated.

  • November 16, 2012 at 1:23pm

    Though The Blaze gets an A+ for effort, it gets an F- in journalism. I knew without even being there terrorists were involved. That Patreaus “figured that out” does not make him a genius. Terrorists always now hide in “large bands of people”; often protestors etc. How in the world do you think The Muslim Brotherhood took over Egypt. Hid in the crowds being nicey nicey saying “we want no power; we just want to participate”. Now Egypt has a terrorist govt. If we are truly trying to find a way for the dangerous career of diplomacy never to happen again, we should start w/the 2 embassy attacks under GW Bush where 7 Ambassadors were murdered, numerous military and civilian. Never was. Why? The democrats were too busy reaching over the aisle helping “W” find those WMD’s. So now we should investigate those too (or its just a transparent partisan ploy) and we can all as Americans learn how to prevent it from ever happening again. Also, next time, the GOP Obsructionist Congress might think twice about voting down the majority of embassy’s security $. If you don’t think that’s coming up in hearings, I’ve got a bridge in Fl to sell ya.

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  • November 10, 2012 at 11:31pm

    I give West an A+ for persistence and an A++++ for being the biggest buffoon idiot bully outdated con man on the planet. Everyone I know in his area are so glad to have him gone, and he will be one very soon. Thank the good Lord. Bye now Allan. Happy sailing, drinking, and breaking the Geneva Convention, biking, or whatever your latest lack of testosterone hobbies are…

  • November 4, 2012 at 11:36am

    Listen, Blaze…it’s fine not to like President Obama. I’m an Independent and no big fan of his (was in GOP supporting Huntsmann until Romney and that ilk ran me off; but this is such a transparent story that makes the GOP look even more desperate than it is (if thats possible). One little important detail you failed to mention is that it was a $20,000 per ticket event, and that’s a very good size crowd for that kind of price; and they purposely didn’t make accomodations for many more than that. Maybe these type events don’t let you close enough to the inner core to get the real story; or, maybe you knew and manipulated it to look like nobody is interested in President Obama. Either way it makes the GOP look (and I’m being generous here)… just pitiful. Am sure they appreciiate your “Fine Journalism”.

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  • October 30, 2012 at 12:59pm

    Misleading? In one paragraph you say Obama took the auto industry into bankruptcy. Then HE sold it to Fiat. Ummm. Let me get this straight. The President of the U.S. has the right to sell a company he doesn’t own to someone else? It’s right up there with OJ and factory workers wife. It is is uber desperate but damn good thing Romney said it. He came so close to winning this race but did himself in without any “liberal media” doing him in. He’s such a rancid toxic loser. Jon Huntsmann was the only valid GOP. Maybe when the GOP rebuilds, it will think about that.

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  • October 14, 2012 at 1:35pm

    Ya think? You either don’t get out much…or don’t read history…or both….every time Israel has given land for peace, they’ve gotten slaughtered for their niceties. Those days are long gone. The Palestinkers blew that one big time. Five strikes, they’re out.

  • October 14, 2012 at 1:29pm

    I’m ok with people disagreeing on politics…but do you truly consider this a story? Why in the hell would Murdoch truly care about Israel…his major partner in Fox is Prince Walid of Saudi Arabia who lashed out at The U.S. for our relationship with Israel. They are true buddy buddies. Think Romney really cares? He has 1.6 billion in Iranian state owned oil that he bought thru Russia. You can nix that. Does it really matter what a 4 year politician like Bibi says who will be voted out next term? No. It matters what Israel’s minister of defense Ehud Barak says (who is in the trenches with Mossad and the IDF) who says, “Israel has never had a better friend than Obama as a President of the U.S. Don’t believe it? Well believe Ehud because no matter what all the ad salesmen are saying like Rupert, and the 4 year politicians (like Bibi); they don’t mean a hill of beans compared with what Ehud Barak says.

  • September 3, 2012 at 11:04am

    Before you call me “a liberal lefty” allow me to qualify myself. I was a Reagan Republican who (like 40% of America) has jumped ship to the Indie party due to the fringe insanity.

    Now for the marathon. It’s actually MUCH worse than the political lies (in many ways). Here’s why. Political lies are to be expected; it is the nature of the beast and I found them with Reagan, Clinton, both Bushes and certainly Romney. If I didn’t see them I’d start worrying.

    So why would something so seemingly benign as a marathon time be so telling? As a former long distance runner with 18 marathons under my belt, I remember each and every time almost to the minute. So does every other marathon runner. I’m 58 and most my former running peers are in my age group. They too remember their exact times.

    We also remember the small group of losers who either didn’t finish or lied about their finish time (I shouldn’t call the losers as to try is to win).

    However when we caught them in BIG time lies; like moving up times an hour, they kept the lie unless called upon it (as Ryan was).

    Why? Most turned out in real life to be pathological in their ability to have any kind of integrity in everything from business to marriage to relationship (and it was almost 100%). Any grown man that is driven to lie about something that dramatically has major issues (and to keep that lie alive this many years later) shows no psychiatric intervention.

    And of course still “impressing the gir

  • [1] August 2, 2012 at 10:42pm

    I support Israel, but (get this) I support the Palestinians too….Not all Israelis (do I support) and not all Palestinians (do I support) because I’ve been there many times; know many of the people..both sides have much to offer. Very little of what we see and hear is true. I’m a little surprised that an entire church would vote on such an issue (as if Israel were a giant monolithic entity). It tells a lot more about the Church than it does Israel to be frank. And am surprised at the Presby Gay Group; they must know of the program at gets LGBTs out of Gaza etc and into Israel (the only place in the M.E where they are safe). On the other hand my partner is Moslem and disagrees with me on many M.E. issues. Good. He’s a hard worker and honest. That’s all I care about. Nobody truly boycotts Israel anyway….from heart stents to new non-nausea cancer drugs to (now the only drug that kills HIV) which will be on the market in 4-6 years (already proven at Hadassah Hospital), to Intel to your cell phone to you name it. You are dealing with Israel (and in many cases it saves lives as the majority of Nobels have been Israeli Medical Research. Boycott that and get back to me.