User Profile: Canada_Goose

Canada_Goose

Member Since: August 31, 2010

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  • September 22, 2014 at 10:36pm

    Finally The Blaze faithful is waking up to the fact that the emperor has no clothes.

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  • [5] September 22, 2014 at 3:10pm

    “You don’t make it over the fence at my house”
    ———————-
    First of all, I doubt anyone actually knows where your house is and second, why would anyone want to?

    If Mr. Beck’s aura of self importance gets any bigger it will need it’s own house.

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  • September 20, 2014 at 6:29pm

    So according to Mr. Boring, you have to take into account a person’s appearance if you’re going to be serious about trying to prevent terrorists from getting on airliners. I assume this would also have to include domestic flights (all the 9/11 airliners were flying domestic routes). And it’s my understanding that you do not necessarily need a passport for domestic travel within the US.

    http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/acceptable-ids

    So this works out great for white and black people all over the world. Based on Mr. Boring’s tweet picture, the only people stuck in security lines for “Additional Screening” in American airports will be:

    All Arab men,

    All Latin American people (especially the ones carrying Korans) because they kind of look like Arabs and you know they’re most likely here illegally anyway.

    All Sephardic Israeli men.

    And all Sikhs, because anyone wearing a turban will automatically be considered Arabic).

    And since many people will not have passports or birth certificates the TSA will not be able confirm citizenship. Therefore most of the above will likely be US citizens.

  • [-7] September 20, 2014 at 12:37pm

    Of course the Blaze can do exact same story about FNC and Benghazi.

    FNC ran almost 1,100 “news segments” on Benghazi in the 20 months following the September 11, 2012 attack. There have been 7 different congregational reports issues and one by the independent Accountability Review Board (commission by the State Department) which pretty down shot every single conspiracy theory FNC put forward.

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  • [1] September 18, 2014 at 5:16pm

    The No. 2 owner of Fox News is Prince Alwaleed bin Talal.

    Alwaleed owns 7 percent of Class B voting stock with 21st Century Fox, second only to Murdoch, as of Aug. 19. The filing notes, in compliance with federal securities law, 40 percent of Alwaleed’s voting rights are suspended because he is not an American citizen.

    He is the third largest stockholder in the new News Corp., trailing Murdoch and an investment firm, with a 6.6 percent stake.

    http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2014/jan/06/facebook-posts/facebook-group-no-2-owner-fox-news-prince-alwaleed/

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  • September 18, 2014 at 5:09pm

    Clearly Mr. Smith is completely ignorant of the way Saudi Arabia is governed.

    One the one hand you have the House of Saud, the de facto rulers of the Kingdom and on the other you have the religious Mullahs who spread and enforce strict Sunni Wahhabism within the kingdom and across the Arab world.

    There is an understanding among these two sides not to interfere which allows them to coexist in an uncomfortable piece. (God knows if the House of Saud had its way, the Kingdom would look like Las Vegas).

    The House of Saud still controls the military and is very likely to cooperate with the US if they want to maintain good relations and be able to purchase state of the art arms in the future.

  • [1] September 18, 2014 at 4:06pm

    Anger does have a lot to do with it. However, there are a still great number of people who believe that this is the most effective way in disciplining their children, simply because this is how they were brought up and they “turned out just fine”. Right?

    (They of course turned out to be parents who beat their kids)

    There is a huge body or knowledge and research out there which categorically proves that this is completely ineffective and parents can try four or five different things instead of resorting to the switch.

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  • [1] September 17, 2014 at 5:18pm

    Why not Google and read the 8 reports published so far and see if you still have any questions.

    Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
    Five House Committees (Armed Services, Foreign Affairs, Intelligence, Judiciary, and Oversight and Government Reform)
    State Department Accountability Review Board
    Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs

    Or do you want me to send you the links?

  • [1] September 17, 2014 at 4:52pm

    You’re certainly right about one thing.
    I admit I do have a complete lack of “breading”.

    Which reminds me, I have to stop by a grocery store on the way home.
    Ciao for now!

  • [1] September 17, 2014 at 4:42pm

    Oh and that post you pulled out of your monkey *** yesterday was just pure rhetorical brilliance right?

    Let’s see….

    “Rep. Gowdy’s committee will find and expose the unforgivable, politically motivated truth and cover-ups about Benghazi and reveal it to Americans in time to completely undermine and derail HillaryIsALesbian’s run for the Dem’s nomination and/or president.”

    —- SNAFU-WORLD September 16, 2014 at 1:23 PM

    You start out strong and finish with a flourish with that that Hillary is a lesbian line.
    There is pretty much nothing left to say after that.

  • [-3] September 17, 2014 at 4:05pm

    @FeroshaCantina

    It certainly didn’t take you long to catch on to this.

    No matter how petty, minute or otherwise irrelevant a news item is, the intrepid Blaze staff will find a way to spin it in a way which makes the POTUS, FLOTUS, or Democrats in general look bad.

    Another example is the Michelle Obama 9/11 tweet story…

    http://www.theblaze.com/blog/2014/09/12/michelle-obamas-unfortunate-911-tweet/

    So if the FLOTUS wanted to tweet a shout out to KaBoom, the group they joined with on 9/11 to stuff backpacks for underprivileged children, she was supposed to do it without actually mentioning the name of the organization in the tweet. Right?

  • [-6] September 17, 2014 at 2:56pm

    Mr. Kasperowicz has redefined the notion of “missing the forest for the trees” with this story.

    Mr. Gowdy realized fairly quickly that he was never going to get the witnesses he wanted to testify before his committee if he didn’t tone down the tinfoil hat crazy early on. Despite the fact that without the conspiracy theories that keep the Benghazi story alive, the House never would have voted to create the committee in the first place.

    So the committee was left examining relatively mundane questions about how the administration handled the aftermath of the ARB report, in effect conceding that there was never a good reason to create the committee in the first place.

    Or is Mr. Gowdy pulling the old bait and switch. That is, pretending to run a fair and serious hearing because he thinks that’s the best way to get witnesses to divulge the secrets behind the “conspiracy” that Republicans all know took place.

    The only thing right wing Benghazi theories lack is evidence, and Mr. Gowdy’s pitch to conservatives (and perhaps himself), is that pretending to be serious is the best way to get somebody to spill the beans.

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  • [-1] September 16, 2014 at 6:18pm

    If you’re going to bring up casualties then I guess 4,880 American servicemen and between 130,000 to 145,000 Iraqi civilians isn’t compelling enough for FNC to reports the facts. Or was it because there was Republican in the White House.

  • [-1] September 16, 2014 at 2:49pm

    Wow 124 reports from three different networks in the first 6 months of 2006!

    FNC ran nearly 1,100 segments on the Benghazi attacks and their aftermath in the first 20 months following the attacks.

    http://mediamatters.org/research/2014/09/16/report-foxs-benghazi-obsession-by-the-numbers/200694

    Wonder how many stories they did on the intelligence failures leading up the Iraq war, the failure to find any WMD, or the blatant falsehoods put forth by every senior Bush administration official prior to the invasion.

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  • September 16, 2014 at 2:37pm

    You’re missing my point.

    The focus of the first Benghazi committee hearing would be part of the regular reporting by State to the Senate/House Foreign relations committees as part of their regular oversight of State Department operations.

    Setting up a one off Select House Benghazi committee was supposed to be all about answering questions that had not been dealt with by the previous 13 or so investigation.

  • [1] September 16, 2014 at 12:53pm

    If there are so many unanswered questions why is the focus of the first committee meeting: “the extent to which the State Department has implemented post–attack recommendations made by the Accountability Review Board”.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/09/14/special-benghazi-panel-starts-hearings-with-questions-on-us-diplomats-safety/

    You would think that the committee would immediately dive into the whole “stand down order” question or the “white house cover-up” question, or the “running guns from Turkey to Libyan rebels” question etc.. etc..

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  • [-3] September 16, 2014 at 12:25pm

    And I thought Ms. Kreft was one of the more credible Blaze “reporters’.
    So much for that.

    Why would anyone take anything Ms.Toensing’s says on Benghazi seriously?

    Even Mike Rogers (R-MI, House Intelligence Committee Chairman) appeared on FNC following Mrs. Toensing’s appearance and called her out as “lawyers who have a financial interest” in pushing Benghazi myths and “certainly making allegations that are far from true.”

    Later that day Kris Paronto,a CIA contractor and a co-author of a new book detailing his and other contractors’ experiences during the Benghazi attacks, urged people not to listen to Ms. Toensing.

    https://twitter.com/KrisParonto/status/509356432480030720

  • [2] September 15, 2014 at 4:58pm

    Wow that was mighty clever of you at 5.
    Just curious, did you get punished for losing the bike or the attempted cover-up.

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  • September 15, 2014 at 4:40pm

    I have two boys aged three and a half and almost two. Yes sometimes they misbehave, sometimes they don’t listen to you, and yes sometimes they can melt down and throw a tantrum.

    I am going to hold off on commenting on spanking in general since it is legal in Texas.

    That said, what can a 4 year old possibly do to warrant a whipping with a switch?
    My God the kid’s 4 years old for Christ sake!

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  • [1] September 15, 2014 at 2:20pm

    Yes the league where every time a player is on camera, he is either thanking the “Good Lord”, his mom, or both (not necessarily in that order) is against Christianity.

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