User Profile: Bill Wallace

Bill Wallace

Member Since: September 08, 2010

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  • [1] September 16, 2014 at 3:31pm

    Come on. How is that any different than living in Seattle or Bellingham where it rains 9 months of the year. When rain starts falling, people panic. Go out of their gourds as if falling water from the heavens is some miracle that requires them to reduce their speed by 30mph.

  • [1] September 15, 2014 at 6:15pm

    Yes yes yes. It wasn’t Islam that caused your brother’s head to be lopped off…
    It isn’t Sha’ria law, the rules of a large part of muslims that calls for beheading…

    It was the jihab wearing easter bunny. Ignorant dope.

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  • [3] September 15, 2014 at 6:12pm

    Oh, I get it.

    Must be from the UN-Koran that calls for the UN-beheading of non-believers from the religion of UN-peace.

    Wait. Nope. That doesn’t quite work now does it.

    Okay, then it is simple. When these boneheads call for the execution of ISIS for defaming Islam, much like they do for people who draw cartoons, then maybe I will give their words some credence.

    Has anyone else noticed how they are always about others changing to their whims? No action on their part, just have others change. “Oh, they defame my religion…please change their name.” Does nothing to change the dynamic of alleged defamation. Just codes it so they can hide in plain sight.

  • September 11, 2014 at 2:47pm

    As a Christian, I am very pro-Israel. I thank them for their actions today and in the past. If it was not for them, then Christ would not have died for our sins. His plan would have been wrecked. Salvation lost.

  • September 10, 2014 at 7:55pm

    Have to admit, Tyson punching that guy would be about the only reason for me to watch Canadian programming.

    The CRTC is the gestapo in Canada.

  • [6] September 10, 2014 at 12:25pm

    If UPS or Fed Ex arrives, are they allowed in? They wear a uniform.
    Did the security guard have on a uniform?

    Crazy ass liberals.

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  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 3:18pm

    And that guy is the reason why every neighborhood in America needs a conveniently available dark alley.

  • [28] September 5, 2014 at 3:15pm

    I love it. The “tough guy” mentality. Not only is it 6 against one, they are so tough they wait to suckerpunch the dude.

    Really tough.

  • [-1] September 5, 2014 at 3:13pm

    Good. Sue them. I agree with the parents. Forcing the kid to wear a shaming suit around school clearly is intended to have other students aware of the violation.

    In any event…what the hell is with an “in-school suspension”? School is viewed as being punishment already. Your going to add punishment by keeping them in school, where they were to begin with?

    Is no different than driving without a license and the government saying, “Your punishment is to have your license taken away.” Freaking moronic.

  • [2] September 4, 2014 at 3:27pm

    What is a “traitor”?

    This guy has the intent to be one. To join a terrorist group whose aim is to bring the downfall of everything (including the US) that is not sharia law compliant. He does not see himself as a radical, but does he see himself as a traitor?

    He either gets deported, or hung for being a traitor. Simple. But allowing this guy to walk around freely will only allow him to spread his evil and to organize into being a militant here in the US.

  • [7] September 4, 2014 at 3:24pm

    Here is a difference…

    Phil Robertson isn’t cutting the heads off of people. Ducks? Yes. But ducks don’t try to blow up non-believers.

  • September 4, 2014 at 3:10pm

    The crazy Brits. When the soldier was attacked and killed by muslims in broad daylight, they stated it was not “terror” related. They never do. Terrorism only happens other places.

    Can you imagine the turmoil in socialist UK if they found out 40% of the muslims they allowed to immigrate were terrorists? They would dig up Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill to get enough balls to do something about it.

  • [5] September 4, 2014 at 2:50pm

    Homeowner was entirely correct, even under exigent circumstances.

    He doesn’t need to answer questions. There is no reasonable suspicion let alone probable cause. He has a right to ask for ID from the police.

    It is a give and take. Police are to “protect & serve”. Not force compliance. The first thing the police did was tell him to shut off his cell phone, a clear violation of rights. At that point, the police themselves are guilty of breaking the laws they are meant to uphold.

  • [1] September 2, 2014 at 3:58pm

    Do you know how difficult it is to find those pics?

    My only thoughts. A majority of kids do it nowadays. A lot of 20 year old’s do it too.

    If the FBI got a call from some citizen in Podunk, Indiana, and asked to investigate, they would be told no. But if Jennifer Lawrence or Kate Upton get hacked, the FBI looks into it?

    Are they somehow BETTER citizens than normal folk? Or maybe the FBI wants to “look into it” as an excuse to locate the pics and get off on them?

    BTW…Jennifer Lawrence is hot.

  • August 27, 2014 at 12:22pm

    Joe is, and always was, an idiot.

    I can go back and read the constitution. Have it loaded on my iPod along with the declaration of independence, the Federalist Papers, Common Sense, Bill of Rights, etc.

    Have also taken a history class to understand the times, and context, to understand why it is in place, the need for it, and the fears of the founding fathers.

    Joe hasn’t read anything but a teleprompter in years.

  • [61] August 26, 2014 at 1:22pm

    Private moments are, by definition, private.

    Private moments do not happen on public streets. SCOTUS has declared such when it comes to such things as phone calls, communications, etc.

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  • [6] August 26, 2014 at 1:19pm

    Hate agreeing with Bill, but he is right.

    When your focus is to be a gangsta, a dealer, a pimp, or a rapper, your prospects in life are limited and school isn’t a focus. So you are likely to be poor.

    White flight happens anywhere there is violence or poverty. Take a look at how white kids growing up in a trailer park feel. Nobody wants to grow up and stay in the trailer park. They want to do more, be better, etc.

    It IS cultural. It is about education, views, etc.

    I have lived in poor places while a student. I have lived in middle class neighborhoods with whites, asians, blacks, native americans, etc. It isn’t about their color. It is about what they embrace as a person, as a people.

  • [1] August 25, 2014 at 7:20pm

    The idiocy of looting.

    I pick some random event. Decide I am going to go get mine and steal from some hapless victim who had nothing to do with the issue at hand. Heck, half the time they are raiding the stores of other minorities, not whites. They aren’t traveling to Beverly Hills to rob a 7-11. Instead, they hit a kwik-e-mart in their own neighborhood.

    Makes perfect sense. No wonder criticism for inner city schools is so high. Absolutely no logic or reasoning there.

  • [7] August 25, 2014 at 7:17pm

    The fight was racially motivated, started with an argument about a racially divided topic.
    Everything underlying this case seems to indicate race was a factor.

    Unfortunately, the police don’t seem to charge minorities with hate crimes. You hit someone and yell a racial slur at them, if you are white, it is a hate crime. You are white and get hit by a minority as they yell racial slurs at you, no hate crime. Unless you are Jewish. At that point the AP comes out and does a “Free Gaza” story blaming the victim for Middle East policy.

  • [1] August 25, 2014 at 2:38pm

    You sow discord, rage, riot, vitriol, hatred, and then ask for others to give peace?

    Are we sure we aren’t dealing with Islam?

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