User Profile: bpuryea

bpuryea

Member Since: September 11, 2012

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  • [3] July 21, 2015 at 6:06pm

    Amen sister!

  • July 21, 2015 at 6:03pm

    Clark is and always has been a buffoon!

    Nary a word about the Japanese Americans who fully supported the US during WWII who were unceremoniously rounded up and put in internment camps. Adding insult to injury, many of them had their legally owned land confiscated and never returned upon release.

    I don’t like the fact that there are dimwitts in our country who support terrorist activities, but you simply can’t lock people away in a free country because they have ideas that you don’t like.

    How long before a$$wipes like Obama lock up conservatives because we don’t “support the America” he wants?

  • [14] July 21, 2015 at 5:11pm

    The only way to change is to cancel your cable/satelite packages and hit them in the pocket book, letting them know the reason you are doing so.

    ESPN is nothing more than left wing-nut politics disguised as sports.

    I gave up on them long ago.

  • [2] December 9, 2014 at 5:39pm

    Trey Gowdy is an uncompromising seeker of the truth. Love that guy.

  • [-1] November 13, 2014 at 5:32pm

    I’m glad I don’t inhabit the sad world you do.
    First, thanks to you and your son for your service, it truly is appreciated. That being said, both you and he volunteered to enter a profession where there is a distinct possibility that you will be killed, something the professional football player is distinctly unlikely to encounter during his playing career.

    Coopers wife had a valid concern about her husband’s chances of dying, DOING WHAT HE LOVED TO DO, VOLUNTARILY, WITHOUT ANYONE HOLDING A GUN TO HIS HEAD, just like Russell Wilson, you and your son. You all have the freedom, at least for a while yet, to choose to make a living the way that you want so long as it doesn’t violate an laws

    It would be the height of stupidity to block any of you from freely choosing to make a living the way YOU want to, and a sure sign the end of America is truly fast approaching if pabulum puking progressives like Gladwell get their way an end a perfectly legitimate enterprise.

    (I would, however, force all professional sports to make due on their own without any tax payer investments what so ever.)

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  • November 13, 2014 at 5:18pm

    Quiddich maybe!

  • [7] May 22, 2014 at 8:52pm

    This guy is the perfect example of what an A$$ Clown looks like.

    I want to know how the minority kids who set next to him during his school years had any less of a chance to learn than he did. Were they ushered off to a different class room because they weren’t white males?

    And why would he think that dumbing-down the curriculum for all would even the field? What CC will really do is make those kids that will learn in spite of the school system the ones with all of the advantages, but that’s okay!

    I tell my kids all the time, both of whom are really good students, not just in the class room but at home where we discuss many topics daily, that we need the D and F students so we have someone to flip our burgers, bag our groceries and haul away our trash.

  • May 15, 2013 at 3:35pm

    Curious

    What kind of careful parsing of the morality and legality of Gosnel’s actions must the pro-death camp be engaged in if they feel that he should have been convicted as he was today?

    Had he not botched the abortion and successfully killed the infant in the womb, there would have been nary an eyebrow raised let alone a trial.

    So for the pro-death crowd, the proximity of the infant outside of the womb mere minutes after it was inside the womb makes it murder?

    I will never be able to reconcile this kind of imbecilic reasoning.

    For the pro-death crowd, wouldn’t a ruling more consistent with their barbaric beliefs have been that Gosnel be convicted of medical malpractice for botching the procedure? Who cares what he does with the infant who is just a mass of protoplasm after all.

  • April 29, 2013 at 5:08pm

    Encinom

    Probably should research a little more before posting your baffoonery.

    The professors respond:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/26/opinion/debt-growth-and-the-austerity-debate.html

    And why taking money out of the private sector and spending it in the public sector doesn’t create any new jobs or long term growth.
    http://bastiat.org/en/twisatwins.html

    Sucks to be a whiny lib!

  • September 10, 2012 at 9:18pm

    Dora
    Let’s see if you can spot the problem! (All values in constant 2005 dollars)

    First four years under Clinton combined total revenue was 6.596.1 trillion. Combined total spending was 7527.8 trillion which yielded a 931.7 billion combined deficit or 12.4% at an effective overall tax rate of 36.6%

    First four years under Bush combined total revenue was 8094.5 trillion. Combined total spending was 8955.4 trillion which yielded a 860.9 billion combined deficit or 9.6% at an effective overall tax rate of 33.9%

    First four years under Obama combined total revenue was 7915.0 trillion. Combined total spending was 12593.2 trillion which yielded a 4678.2 trillion combined deficit or 37.1% at an effective overall tax rate of 33.9%

    Clearly, lower taxes ins’t the problem, spending is.

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