User Profile: chingachgook

chingachgook

Member Since: July 30, 2011

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  • [358] October 31, 2014 at 8:12am

    Sorry I do not buy the alien visiting (unless it is across the Rio Bravo). If you spent the time and energy in developing the technology that would be required to visit another planet would you not make contact with someone other than some guy waking in the desert? Top secrete clearance means he passed the back ground investigation. Engineer means he is good at math. Neither proves sanity

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  • [1] October 31, 2014 at 12:20am

    OK sounds good to me accept defeat. If the Dems accept defeat the Country can accept victory and a long hard walk back to normalcy. One can only hope and pray.

  • [6] October 31, 2014 at 12:16am

    I am not a musical critic but did not see anything horrible here. She was not disrespectful or anything like that. I did not see anything noteworthy here. God bless her. She did fine.

  • [3] October 31, 2014 at 12:09am

    We are not on the jury so we can say and speak what we believe. Of course you can give the guy a fair trial which now days looks more like a circus. An appropriate sentence would be as follows
    http://memphis.edu/sociology/pdfs/MAC-death_sentence.pdf

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  • [22] October 30, 2014 at 11:57pm

    Islam and Marxism are the two biggest threats to Humanity. The concepts in Marxism have been around long before Carl Marx and his Dialectical Materialism. The world has much to fear from both.

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  • [46] October 30, 2014 at 11:44pm

    Alger Hiss was definitely a communist. He also was one of the key founders of the United Nations. Is there any wonder that it is an essentially ant-American anti-Freedom organization, and we are funding this poor excuse of an organization. We pay for all these third world jerks to get rich as UN Ambassadors. It was designed to rule the world in a Marxist format. People like Hiss knew that the only way to defeat Freedom was trough internal subterfuge, and it would take time. When they think that they are in control with enough power watch out, that is when the violence and elimination of undesirables starts. Senator McCarthy was right and the press destroyed him. Unfortunately he had his flaws and they used that to get him. At the end of WW2 our intelligence agencies and government were well infiltrated with pure Marxists. It surprises me that we have survived as well as we have with this constant threat doing it’s covert damage to us. To this day the left defends Hiss and hate Nixon for outing him. The left make martyrs out of the ones who get caught. They are in it for the long run and we must remember that. They never go away and are Chameleons.

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  • October 29, 2014 at 9:46pm

    @BryanB what the heck is with the eye roll? Who died and made you the gun guru? This wheel gun semi-auto discussion has been going on since the first semi-autos hit the market. Why you think the wheel gun is so perfect I do not know. If you are not proficient it is still a problem. I have personally knowledge of them failing because of age or miss use. I guess you are much better than I because I have dropped rounds struggling with a speed loader that I did not line up properly. A borrowed loader I might add. If you are new to shooting you need one gun, know that gun and have a plan. From your previous replies I know I should not even bother with replying. Best shooting gun out of the box I saw was a S&W stainless 357 fixed sights & 3″ barrel, so there. It was a real nail driver and drove me crazy my 1911 shot well to but the 357 beat it. O yes ask the officer shot at the Newhall shoot out, while reloading his wheel gun if he would have traded for a 1911. Like I said some pros and cons to both I would hesitate to endorse exclusively either one. Hey rolled eyes right back at you.

  • [-1] October 29, 2014 at 10:58am

    @ BryanB If the people buying the gun do not take the effort to be proficient (not expert just comfortable) then the gun does not matter. I must say that if a speed loader or speed strip is to be as fast as a magazine you must do a good deal of practice with your gun and the specific speed loaders. Attitude is more important than weapon.

  • [66] October 28, 2014 at 8:44pm

    Have to agree with your comment. I am not a fan of Anonymous, but what they are saying sounds very credible. Hang on folks many are going to try to create chaos. We can thank obama for fanning the flames of racism like I have never seen before, at least by such a high level politician.

  • October 28, 2014 at 8:26pm

    Morally I have to agree with 765x51NATO (nice round). Things that were done were done by some good, well meaning people, The greater crimes have by far been committed by Stalin and Mao. There were over 150 million murdered by their own communist governments. To fight this evil some things were done that were not what one would like to see done. I am just glad I never had to make some of these decisions. In the concentration camps some of the prisoners cooperated with the guards they to did bad things. I am sure they thought that they had not choice. I saw Soros say that he like the power he held delivering the deportation orders (death sentences for most) when he was working for the Nazis as a youth. What do you do about people like this? It gets complicated. The world or at least the West had had enough of open warfare and was glad to have the quote cold war instead. If you have faith a greater power will ultimate decide justly. I know I may be a wuss on this one. I believe that to this day they are hunting Nazis. I also back Israel but I also have spoken to Christians thrown out of Israel when the Jews took over. Some things are just not black and white.

  • [9] October 28, 2014 at 7:06pm

    She isn’t exactly miss svelte herself.

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  • October 28, 2014 at 6:52pm

    yep you got it most of the grows are protected with man traps of one type or another. Nice people.

  • October 28, 2014 at 1:31pm

    By the time Truman took over the Intelligence services and much of the government was deeply infiltrated by Marxists. Alger Hess was not alone. The war against Japan in China was Deeply effected by our intel. people in China who were allies of Mao. That was the reason China fell to the Marxists at the cost of Millions and millions of it’s people. Tito in Yugoslavia took power the same way. Our intel people were backing the Marxist and Tito who took power after WW2. Many of the Nazis had contacts and intelligence on the Communists and thus were thought to be important to the anti-communist efforts in the US. Some had more intel. some had less. Heck the US did the same thing with the Japanese. They gave the doctors doing bio and chemical research on foreign prisoners sweet deals to get their hands on their research. It turned out that the research was not all that great. Deals were made, who knows how necessary they were. It can be debated but I do not think it is completely understood yet.

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  • [21] October 28, 2014 at 12:07pm

    For what this president and most of his appointees have done, they each could have been impeached. Most could and should have been charged with criminal charges. H–l the hatch act is just ignored. It is really that simple. It started with he failure to proceed with the black panther’s case and went down hill from there.

  • [19] October 28, 2014 at 11:46am

    If you want to be attacked say something against islam! This guy is a progressive goon but has not embraced islam. He is correct with respect to the threat from islam. It is and has been a dangerous religion (cult, political & social system, if you like). It’s fundamental goal is world domination. I do not know how many times you have to listen to someone say that they want to kill you before you believe them and do something about it. I disagree with just about everything this guys says but he is correct on islam and for that reason he is at risk and they will try to shut him up when ever they can. That is what this Berkley protest is all about.

  • [5] October 28, 2014 at 8:26am

    I see this ignites the old revolver semi-auto war. As people have stated nothing wrong with a wheel gun but if you want to reload it can be a problem. Pretty much it depends on the situation and the person. If you are a pro and shoot all the time you can make up for just about any short comings. If you are the average person then the reload becomes a big factor. If you are not in combat or facing numerous targets it probably does not matter that much. The old one shot one drop is a little spurious. It depends on where the person is hit and what they are on. Also the caliber turns out to be not as important as people think. The larger and faster the round is the more energy it has, thus the more stopping power, however some studies show that to stop the action putting you at threat all you have to do is hit the threat. Also just the fact that the threat knows you have a gun will stop the threat in most cases. The most important thing is that the individual has to feel comfortable with what ever weapon they carry. The wheel gun is simpler to comprehend how it works and use. The semi-auto has more ammo and easier to reload. Any gun is better than no gun. As you can see this discussion goes on forever, with people lining up on both sides.

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  • October 26, 2014 at 11:00pm

    100% agree HS track how cut and dry do you get,compare the times and distances add up the number and you can well predict any outcome. We on the other hand would win meets that I never thought we could. Just because everyone put out 110%. We would win not with the stars but the second and third guys would come up with a surprise and the win was ours. Good coaching and team spirit can do amazing things. how do you evaluate that.

  • [34] October 26, 2014 at 10:48pm

    This is the equivalent of being asked to show your licence when you use a credit card. Sometimes a pain but just show the ID and go on your way. It is meant to prevent problems. You drove to the school so you have your licence with you I do not see the problem here. Some clerk has instructions to see an ID on everyone. They get a mountain of grief when not asking so why put the heat on them. Once you start the stand off everyone is going to protect their position. This guy is a goof. I can just imagine the cop. Must have been thinking what the heck is the problem. Buddy just show your ID and be on your way. Give us all a break today. NOOOOO I got to use my kid as a shield and go to the mat over this breach of my right to ???? what right does this guy think he is protecting?????????? If they know him show the ID and say “you know me what the heck goes here” and laugh it off. Make them look silly if you want.

  • [316] October 26, 2014 at 10:26pm

    So sorry I think the folks that go to help those in Africa deserve credit for their altruistic actions. That being said part of the sacrifice is a 21 day quarantine. So stop the wining and do the quarantine. Heck read some books. Why would anyone want to put someone else at risk and the ones who are most at risk are the ones you are closest to. I am somewhat shocked by the actions of some of the doctors and nurses treating the Ebola.

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  • [15] October 26, 2014 at 10:21pm

    this guy must be on Lerner’s payroll. The Idea that a vat tax or sales tax would be cheated on is no different from the present wage tax system. Everyone should pay something to have skin in the game. otherwise you have the givers and the takes like we have now. Earned income credit for example. better described as welfare cash back tax. This guy is a dem for sure. Maybe event told to write what he did. More skeptical every day am I. This obama administration is causing a tremendous distrust of the government. All part of the chaos plan must, make the average man hate his government.

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