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Canada_Goose

Member Since: August 31, 2010

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  • [11] May 1, 2015 at 11:44am

    You mean to tell me that Mr. Gray didn’t sever his own spine and crush his own larynx while in police custody?
    I am shocked!

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  • [-3] April 30, 2015 at 4:23pm

    Or maybe she just saw a bunch or less talented and less intelligent men advancing ahead of her in a fraction of the time that it took her to achieve her success.

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  • [-1] April 30, 2015 at 4:18pm

    That would be news to Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams.

    If it happens at the highest pay scales to A – list stars in Hollywood you can bet that it happens to a greater extent in the lower paid jobs/professions.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/jennifer-lawrence-paid-less-than-male-co-stars-2014-12

  • [-1] April 30, 2015 at 3:33pm

    I’m totally down with Ms. Dash.

    What a bunch of complainers.

    They should have just kept their heads down, mouths shut, and just worked harder. Now I and my fellow males have to deal with all these women voters, property owners, not to mention all these women signing contracts all over the place.

    It’s just like segregation, if we just listened to the voices of reason all those years ago we wouldn’t have all these problems today.

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  • [11] April 29, 2015 at 9:52am

    Meanwhile job offers from FNC and other right wing media outlets have been pouring in.

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  • [38] April 28, 2015 at 5:20pm

    This isn’t really that unusual or “bizarre” on RT.

    Same pattern holds for Son Of God, Heaven Is For Real and God’s Not Dead.
    All are terrible movies regardless of subject matter.

    Just to prove that there is no conspiracy or particular bias against religious themed movies…
    Both viewers and critics hated Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas and everyone loves The Ten Commandments

    The Blaze would not let me post the all the links to RT pages for all the moves above you’ll just have to look them up.

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  • [-7] April 25, 2015 at 4:56pm

    So the guy who writes an op-ed in Politico titled “Stop Loretta Lynch (http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/02/loretta-lynch-115438.html#.VTv8V_AhZW), the guy who returned to D.C. to oppose her confirmation, and who ranted on the floor that Ms. Lynch is “unfit” for the job, saying:

    “There are more than a few voters back home that are asking what exactly is the difference between a Democratic and Republican majority when the exact same individual gets confirmed as Attorney General, promising the exact same lawlessness.”

    And at the end of the day Mr. Cruz doesn’t even go on record as voting against Ms. Lynch’s confirmation, using the lame excuse that he voted to stop debate. But 20 Senators voted to stop debate, but only 10 voted to confirm Ms. Lynch so the two votes are not necessarily the same.

  • April 23, 2015 at 9:46am

    You think it’s “goofy” and “funny” to believe what the vast majority of the civilized world believes. I’ll actually take it one step further and state that healthcare is not a privilege or a civil right but a fundamental human right.

    And if you actually believe Herr Anabasis only has an issue with Mr. Murthy’s views I’ve got some cheap real estate for you down in Bobby Jindal’s home state.

  • [-2] April 22, 2015 at 10:57pm

    Only in the American wingnut mind such a statement would be considered controversial.
    And the same people believe “Liberalism is a mental disorder”.

  • [2] April 22, 2015 at 10:55pm

    I know eh?

    What nerve!

    Forget about civil rights, healthcare should be withheld from this dude just based on his racial inferiority. Right?

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  • [-1] April 22, 2015 at 10:31pm

    I always ask all the climate deniers to name just one non-governmental scientific academy (like the National Academy of Science) or any science institution anywhere in the world which does not support the prevailing view on climate change and I never get a response.

    I know, it’s all a huge global conspiracy right? After all these organizations probably believe in evolution, General Relativity, and Quantum Mechanics so why would anyone believe them right?

  • [-2] April 22, 2015 at 3:30pm

    Clearly Mr. Beck and his trusty bookends are in the so called “Denial” stage when faced with the shocking reality of climate change.

    Here people simply do not believe the science that the earth is warming, or secondarily that humans are the cause. Despite seeing a 50 year record of global atmospheric CO2 rising every year since 1957, and global air temperatures of the last dozen years in a row being the warmest in a millennium, they dismiss these trends as natural variability.

    People in the denial phase see no reason to disturb the status quo. Most people rightfully start at this stage, until presented with convincing evidence. Perhaps Mr. Beck should read the 5th IPCC report.

    https://www.ipcc.ch/report/ar5/

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  • [-3] April 22, 2015 at 1:39pm

    If the committee is not getting the information they need from the State Department and the Administration how can they know in advance when the report will be final and ready to issue?

  • April 21, 2015 at 7:28am

    Correction – that should be “fastest”.

  • [2] April 21, 2015 at 12:37am

    That was the world’s fasted un-endorsement.

    Someone more politically savvy than Mr. Koch must have informed him that the endorsement of two old white oil billionaires is not necessarily a good thing. The candidates “aggressively court” the Koch’s support but they don’t actually want their endorsement.

    (Particularly in a demographic environment where you’re starting out in a huge hole with minorities and women.)

    So the nominee should be Scott Walker, but that’s not an endorsement.

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  • [1] April 21, 2015 at 12:11am

    “All of that is what’s wrapped up in this question. It’s an irrelevant, meaningless question when it comes to the presidential campaign, irrelevant and meaningless when it comes to defining who Marco Rubio is, and it has nothing to do with the way Schieffer set it up or whether or not he supports gay marriage”
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    Oh I see, so right wing media outlets like The Blaze and others can constantly run news stories on same sex marriage to the point where the commentators actually begin to complain, but a Sunday political talk host cannot ask a declared presidential candidate his views on the crux of the gay marriage issue.

    Meanwhile nationally there is a hodgepodge of constantly changing laws. Same sex marriage is allowed in 36 states. Within some states there are differences from city to city and county to county and when it comes to recognition of out of state same sex marriage licenses the laws are even more convoluted. But according to El Rushbo, with half his brain up his ample derriere, it’s irrelevant.

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  • [3] April 20, 2015 at 9:59pm

    So much for science and reality.

    I guess I am lucky my fetish is slim Asian women.
    No one has a problem with me marrying one.

  • [3] April 20, 2015 at 4:30pm

    Truth goes out the door when rumour comes innuendo.
    - Groucho Marx

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  • [9] April 20, 2015 at 9:37am

    I guess this and Mr. Rubio’s 2012 admission that the Earth is 4.5 billion years old is proof that Republicans can in fact publicly embrace science and reality. (Just hope Mr. Rubio is prepared for the hurricane force wing-nut blowback he’s about to receive)

    There is still a fundamental disconnect in Mr. Rubio’s reasoning. If he believes homosexuality is not a choice, how can he still support states choosing to deny the LGBT community the right to marry? Would this not be a violation of basic human rights?

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  • [1] April 17, 2015 at 4:46pm

    Since Mr. McConnell took over, just after the first of the year, the Senate has been bogged down in a futile effort to defund the Department of Homeland Security (in protest of Obama’s actions on immigration), to fund the Keystone XL pipeline (which Obama was always going to veto), and to pass an anti-human-trafficking bill (which has become derailed by a fight over abortion). In more than three months, the Senate has approved just a single judicial nominee, a district judge from Texas.

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