User Profile: captaincameron


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  • April 16, 2014 at 3:10pm

    Very unlikely to happen. AG Holder has said that he sees no bias in having an Obama campaign contributor investigate, and the criminally complicit media refuses to say a thing.
    But on the of chance that it does, expect for Lerner to have a minor car wreck or something in which she hits her head and develops memory problems.

  • April 14, 2014 at 12:18pm

    Good for the authorities. You don’t joke about some things, and in the age of terrorism, terrorism is one of those things. She needs to be punished and the punishment needs to be severe enough and broadcast enough to scare an other kids who might think this sort of thing is funny. If she gets off with a slap on the wrist, others might start sending out the joke tweets. After chasing down false threat after false threat, eventually the attention to those threats will weaken, and then a real threat will be posted and ignored. People will die, and then the finger will be pointed back to the authorities, saying “On X date, Ahmad The Terrorist said he was going to do this. Why didn’t you stop him?”

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  • April 13, 2014 at 8:48pm

    Sorry, no.
    These public shaming things may work well with youth, but if this guy made it to age 62 without realizing that he is a *****, holding a poster isn’t going to change things.

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  • March 30, 2014 at 3:17pm

    Since the President said he had been to 57 states and still had one to go, and he is the smartest man ever to walk this earth or any other, the fact that mere mortals don’t know where the states are should not be surprising.

  • March 24, 2014 at 10:14pm

    I’m not a Common Core fan, but two things need to be said: 1) Knowing the grade for which this was assigned would help the big picture to be understood, and 2) For all of the parent’s education involving higher mathematics, it really took almost five seconds to do a simple subtraction problem?

  • March 4, 2014 at 12:49am

    If you think about it, Netflix itself is proving to be a scam. They are not stealing identities or anything, but they only update their selection about once a freaking year.

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  • March 1, 2014 at 8:30pm

    What I’d like to know is where the President was. Or where he was reported to be. Did they meet very early in the morning and was he asleep? I’ll give him that. Being the President is a hard job. Was he on his way to AF1 for an event that was previously scheduled, even if it was just a DNC fund raiser? I’ll give him that, too. The tweets reported that he had been briefed. But if he was on a freaking golf course or at some photo op within a few miles from where the National Security Teammet, there’s no way that can be rationalized. Doesn’t the President have advisers, and shouldn’t one of those advisers say “Um, Mr. President, your failure to attend the National Security Team meetings prior to what happened in Benghazi got largely overlooked, but maybe this time you should sit in?”

  • February 23, 2014 at 12:29pm

    It’s a slippery slope here. Gone are the days of “management can refuse service to anyone.”
    Yes, refusing service to homosexuals is bigotry, but if you are a gay couple and a bakery refuses to make you a cake, go to another one and spread the word. The more “open-minded” bakeries would probably do better business.
    But, as is often the case, this is not so much about the rights of the homosexuals as it is about restricting the rights of Christians.
    If a Christian couple is refused service from a gay-owned bakery, you won’t hear the outrage. Should a black cab driver be forced to pick up a pair of hooded Klansmen? A Jewish owned deli asked to make a Muslim dish should be allowed to say no. And in all of these cases, they would be allowed to, but should a Christian refuse service because someone’s beliefs are different than their own–that is viewed as a problem.

  • January 30, 2014 at 4:18pm

    It’s not fair to say that she is “just” a cheerleader for President Obama. She is also a cheerleader for many other liberal politicians bent on destroying the country through growing the government.

  • January 15, 2014 at 10:03pm

    Lutrell and other members of the military volunteered to risk their lives so that this woman could speak her (misguided, fact-less) opinion. I see no need to have him listen to the drivel again.

  • January 10, 2014 at 11:10am

    Put aside for a moment that Obamacare is an economy-destroying, middle-class destroying disaster.
    Let’s say that it truly will provide affordable, accessible, high-quality health care for all.
    The fact that the actual implementation is such a disaster should be enough to remind people that giant government programs are not a solution to any problem.

  • January 8, 2014 at 3:29pm

    I don’t know your age or physical condition, and while there’s noting wrong with distance running, it’s not great for weight loss. Sprints (bleah) are the way to go. You need to get the heart rate up to 80% of its maximum (220 minus your age is the formula to figure out the maximum) and keep it there for 15-20 minutes three times a week. You might consider a full out sprint for 100 yards, then walking/slow jogging until your heart starts to get back to that 80% range, then repeat. Squats and running stairs are also go ways to get the blood pumping. Hope it helps.

  • January 6, 2014 at 9:58am

    Have they come up with DUI standards (or even a way to measure marijuana content) in these states that have legalized recreational marijuana–a Driving While High sort of thing? I haven’t heard of it, but it will be necessary.
    The DWH arrests will bring in revenue, but just like a DUI, some totally sober person could get killed by an impaired driver.

  • December 19, 2013 at 10:17am

    A&E has proven to be as spineless as Boehner.
    Robertson made his comments, complete with a “That’s just me.”
    A&E made the statement tha his views were not reflective of the network.
    That should have been it.
    I don’t know that the LGBT community is a large part of Duck Dynasty’s audience, but if they and their supporters were a significant part of the audience and chose not to watch and that caused Duck Dynsaty’s ratings to drop, then A&E would have a legitimate reason to take action. Let the free market decide.
    But no. They caved, although if they had a popular show whose star was gay and made similar comments about heterosexuals, they would have taken no action.
    I have not seen the show, but if Robertson is on the next episode, I will be watching with a Chik-Fil-A in my hand.

  • November 29, 2013 at 1:20pm

    I think a guillotine (with a not particularly sharp blade) would be better.

  • October 25, 2013 at 11:14am

    Just another entertainer who is all mouth–like the bulk of Hollywood who supported the President’s campaign and the campaigns of other tax-raising liberal politicians who shield their money, do their work out of the state of California to avoid the excessive taxes, and so on.
    Sean Penn-I disagree with his politics but he practices what he preaches. Much respect, both as a man and an entertainer.
    Russell Brand–until he gives away the bulk of his money, no respect as a man. I’ve not known many people who have respect for him as an entertainer either way.

  • July 27, 2013 at 6:57pm

    Diane Lane is an incredible actress and is a beautiful woman. I have no interest in seeing her in this propaganda piece that might help pave the way to Hillary winning in 2016.

  • July 24, 2013 at 10:05pm

    This estimate is far too generous.
    The “navigators” to help explain the program are to be paid between $20 and $48 an hour. California is requesting 21,000 of them; nationwide, the estimate is 175,000 of them.
    Assume the minimum of $20 an hour–for a 40 hour week, that’s $140 million.One month of that is $560 million. Yes, this is are millions with an M, so it does not seem to Washington that that is much money, but to the rest of us, it seems like millions of dollars.

  • July 9, 2013 at 12:11pm

    No offense, people, but I think you are missing the larger story, and that is that this delay is going to going to take “about a year” to fix. Mid-term elections are about a year away.
    Last week, the income verification to receive subsidies to pay for insurance–so the younger generation will be able to get their health care for free.
    With this event, they won’t have to pay the smoker’s penalty.
    Come mid-terms, because President Obama is a Democrat, these people who think that they are getting free health care and that their smoking does not affect that, will likely vote Democrat.
    In 2015, those same young people are going to be paying $9000 a year for their premiums. Even if their income qualifies for the subsidy, the smoking penalty does not, so at minimum, they will be paying $3000 a year.
    And they will whine and complain and somehow it will be spun as Conservatives’ fault.

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  • July 2, 2013 at 10:37am

    What’s not ever discussed is that in 2007, Ted Kennedy authored the College Cost Reduction and Access Act, which gutted the student loan consolidation business (almost 50,000 jobs nationwide) but put into place temporary lower percentage rates to help buy the votes of college students. Yesterday’s increase–rather, return to original rates–was part of that legislation.

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