Thank you for your service to the country Mr. Mcain. Now it’s time to retire. Your stuck in the past and nieve to the future of this country. You are now that old man driving 45 in a 65 mph zone with no where for the younger and more talented to pass. It’s time to pull over. You are part of the problem.
March 1, 2013 at 10:27pm
Fear not! 20% live in Detroit and will be collecting garbage before month’s end so say’s the Gov.
February 23, 2013 at 7:18pm
Other than living in WA state during my enlistment I have always lived in upstate NY. I used to love it here in rural NY. I have 2 small kids and a small “gentleman’s farm” with horses and chickens. My wife and I have a pretty good income from the private sector considering how this sh@t hole state is run. My company has expanded into Texas and my wife has a very lucrative job lined up out there. So to Texas we go! Leaving behind the growing unemployment, growing retirment/ entitlement pensions created by the blood sucking CSEA. Thank you Cuomo for coming out and offending my love of the constitution! I have seen the light and will be packing up my tax footprint to Texas. The magazines I have are larger and carry more rounds but unlike your newest victim of communism…are loaded. I didn’t risk my life defending my country just to lower my head to and show my belly to the same type of tyrant’s that I fought! FU Cuomo!
February 2, 2013 at 6:09pm
One less bed to pay for in the Pen. Best money a dollar can buy..a .45 slug
January 22, 2013 at 7:33pm
First off I am an upstate New yorker. I have always been a glass half full person. My wife and I bought a house with acreage and scrimped and saved while busting our asses. When we were in our early 30′s we decided to start a family. As we never led a life of privelage (both our families had their share of hardships self inflicted and not) we knew we had to do things on our own.
I have loved this state because of it’s beauty and friendly people willing to help because they wanted to which in turn we’ve recriprocated. I now have a scense of forboding of the government which I feel is on a direction torwards ammoral actions. The bad weather, liberal entitlement (from union family members) and not Cuomo.
I have had dreams on defending my 2nd ammendment right after the Hitler-esque speech from our progresssive leader. After this tirade I decided it’s time to finally pull up the stakes and immigrate to a state that embraces my convictions and morals. Texas. The wife has never moved anywhere but her degree allows her to move anywhere as my job also allows. Understandably she’s nervous but I cannot let the brown shirts of my ex-state shuttle my family away in old box cars to our doom.
Not afraid of hard work---check
Honors Constitutional rights-----check
Feels called to make Texas home-----check
Well, you sound like you passed the test so far, come on down!
You don't want to move to Texas.
Open carry is illegal in Texas. That is one of the most basic freedoms you have, as a gun owner. It used to be that concealed carry was illegal, because someone who carried concealed could not be trusted. Better to carry your weapon on your hip, so everyone knows you're armed.
Texas has a lot of other crap that isn't reported, but which illustrates the point that it is a place completely sold out to the NWO. Look up the newest stuff on the I-35 Trans-Texas Corridor, for instance.
Texas is NOT the home of liberty.
I hope soon to be a former NY person as well. Too bad because NY IS a beautiful state that has been spoiled by progressive liberals and RINOS.
December 12, 2012 at 4:03pm
If abortion were used for leftist only then I would be pro-choice.
my what strong convictions you have! I find it hard to believe a righty would have an abortion though right? that'd just be hypocritical!
I really like the way you think. Plus, if leftys are so against populating the planet with humans, why is it they don't all go get sterilized. As a late night talk show host was famous for saying... "Things that make you go hmmmm?"
October 20, 2012 at 5:37pm
“If I had a son he would look like Stacy Jones”.
September 29, 2012 at 8:52am
This is what B.O call’s the ” 9 month after pill”.
September 14, 2012 at 6:42pm
He’s just pissed because the only place he can get l@#d is the bunny ranch. So obviously it’s the corporations fault. Maybe he should go to double coupon Tuesdays
September 11, 2012 at 5:37pm
The cross gives them physical and emotional pain? Do they hate garlic, sunlight and do they cast a reflection in a mirror?
September 8, 2012 at 8:10pm
Anyone ever see “The red dragon” the third series of “the silence of the lambs”? Feed them to the pigs and make it pay per view!
Silence of the lambs was the second installment of the Red Dragon book series, actually
Pay-per-view where all proceeds go to turning the Middle East into a glass parking lot.
September 7, 2012 at 7:59pm
” Sit in the place you don’t work”
September 7, 2012 at 7:50pm
So a 1%’er Liberal who’s already filthy rich is only making 15 million a year? Maybe he can ask B.O for some stimulus to help the screen actor’s guild as he’s going hungry. NBC’s chicken’s coming home to roost. The real 1%er’s are the ones who hate this country, hate our lifestyle, hate our beliefs but love to suckle off said country, said lifestyle and generosity. This is coming from a long time independent.
August 26, 2012 at 8:35pm
He believe’s what he believe’s. Good for him. We will see if all he say’s hold’s water when his life strike’s 12. Ask Hugo Shavez a total athiest until he was diagnosed with cancer. They are a bunch of big talker’s when all’s well. There are no athiest’s in foxholes……
Ya know, this "no atheists in foxholes"/"Everybody is a believer on their death bed" routine is actually a better argument for atheism than theism, because it calls attention to the fact that it isn't evidence or reason that causes one to believe in a god and an afterlife, it's fear of death.
There is absolutely no compelling evidence whatoever of a personsl creator god or afterlife. If there were, religious belief wouldn't be a 'belief' sustained by 'faith', it'd be a brute fact like the fact that the moon exists or that horses exist. What really sustains belief in god and afterlife is our inability to accept that death represents the end of personall awareness. Indocrinaion from earliest childhood obviously also helps sustain the illuson of substantiveto utterly unevidenced beliefs.
All things considered, if believing in a hereafter provides someone some solace, maybe that's a good thing. But when these beliefs compel them to deny and impede the progress of science or regard the planet as disposable because, after all, the Apocalypse is nigh anyhoo, or to fly planes into buildings, well, then it's not such a harmless fantasy.
August 24, 2012 at 9:34pm
I just got home from the Theature and I can honestly say it is the scariest movie i’ve ever seen. It’s the first movie I ever seen that actually received a standing ovation.
August 23, 2012 at 7:13pm
I seriously thought this was the profile of Louis Farrakhan. A woman??? Seriously? No wonder she-it’s so bitter. You would be to if you were a 70yr old virgin
August 23, 2012 at 7:03pm
I’m from UPSTATE NY. The teet suckling liberals in the City are bleeding upstate dry economically while looking down at us. We’ve been disproportionatly taxed to fund their hunger for decades with no help from the “Social Elite” They will never vote conservative as long as a the hard working people working up here provide the butter that feed their selfishness.