And she went down right on cue. Good thing the boy king was there and turned around JUST at the right moment to catch her.
They practiced for an hour and a half you know-
October 22, 2013 at 12:00pm
I always wonder, what happened in someone’s life to turn them into such a cold heartless individual.
October 16, 2013 at 1:16pm
Reminded me of when “people” went Christmas shopping after Katrina.
October 16, 2013 at 1:09pm
This reporter will never be heard from again!!
October 16, 2013 at 12:57pm
I guess they’re too busy learning why Billy as two mommies, or how to accept trans-gender school kids with 2 daddies.
Need to go back to basics! Reminds me of some of the nit-wit answers Jessie Watters gets on Bill O’Reilly. And these people vote-
June 11, 2013 at 5:09pm
Whistleblower? Criminal? Whistleblower? Criminal?
Sounds like a boy king talking point.
First off, I believe this guy is a ruse. Dis-information. He popped up awfully quick and now the entire news outlets are following this??? Hmmmmmm
Hey Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat…nothing up my sleeve…
January 15, 2013 at 5:55pm
With the liberal Hollywood and their movie violence. With the liberal video game makers and their violence. Can you tell me again where the violence is CONDITIONED/LEARNED from??
There’s a reason why the targets in basic training are in the shape of enemy Soldiers…and it’s very simple really. It’s to TEACH/CONDITION humans to shoot other humans. Now go back and read my first three sentences.
January 15, 2013 at 5:46pm
Did anyone tell the kids that they should be lucky they weren’t aborted.
Did anyone tell the kids that they actually HAD a higher chance of being aborted than being shot.
January 15, 2013 at 5:41pm
I always thought that it WAS the media’s job to fact check EVERYTHING prior to going on the air and announcing it.
Evidently NOW it’s ok to say ANYTHING just to get ratings. Now THAT’S JACKED-UP!!
He is more of a pun than a joke, and a bad pun at that.
January 3, 2013 at 6:43pm
I still say she won’t testify and IF she does it won’t amount to a hill of beans.
January 3, 2013 at 6:41pm
I still say that libs/dems lack a DNA gene vital to life…logic
January 3, 2013 at 2:20pm
Lib/Dems live in a delusional utopia with rose colored glasses. I sure cannot understand their thought process. It’s as if they’re mising the most important piece of the puzzle in life. ??? You can show the piece to them, show that it does fit as the missing piece, yet they still deny it.
December 17, 2012 at 11:07am
We sure do Holder, like why are you still walking around after the fast and furious incident?
Also, why ANY OF YOU are still walking around after Benghazi??
December 17, 2012 at 10:43am
The media and video games and music are responsible for desensitizing people to violence in this country. The media has done it with homosexuality, illegals, teen pregnancy, single parent, Combine this with parents not wanting to institutionalize their family members despite the fact that these family members are routinely violent…a danger to themselves AND to the public.
I’m all for owning weapons, but you have to be responsible. Gun control isn’t the answer, weapons training for teachers IS the answer.
This whole thing stinks with many questions. Why would a parent of a violent prone, psychologically handicapped child even have weapons that were accessable?
The ironic similatrity between fathers of this shooter and the batman shooter, both about to testify before congress?
Too many things make you go hmmmmmmmmmmm.
November 29, 2012 at 9:53am
No doubt those fools are funded by Sorros. I watched it last night, then recorded the reply. I though Bill was going to pop the fool. You’re not allowed to go to work on Christmas Day because it’s a Fed holiday. You don’t go to work on Memorila Day either.
If he wants to work on holidays, get a job at a hospital or WalMart.
November 29, 2012 at 9:45am
Let em sue. although, I’m sure, in fact I’d bet dollars to donuts that they’re being funded by Sorros
I guess he will not be happy until power poles, that also look like crosses, are removed in America.....
Wasn't it Hindus who landed at Plymouth Rock all those centuries ago?
Were the Hindus fleeing their homeland because of religious persecution and were the Hindu refugees looking for a new world in which they could worship as they saw fit?
Oops! My wife just whispered to me that it was indeed CHRISTIANS who landed at Plymouth Rock and their symbol was the cross. They would lay the foundation for these United States of America. Golly, now it makes sense why the cross is so predominent in our country's history. Is the fact that the founders were Christians explain why the Ten Commandments are prominent in the Supreme Court chambers? Maybe it was just a fluke? The stone carvers were Italians and they thought that it might be a good idea?
No, the country was founded by Christians on "Judeo / Christian Principles," not on the tenants of atheism. So, atheists, get over it and slink back under a rock.
Sell the land to a private organization that will keep the old seal on display. Change the current seal. Minimize the use of the new seal. Have that same society buy a patch of land on the outside of town that places a sign that proclaims the town a Christian community. Private organization, no grounds to sue on.
@johnpaul, also wasn't the US Constitution 38% influenced by the Koran? Oh, I'm sorry, it was the bible. In fact the second amendment is Ester 8:11.
"Oops! My wife just whispered to me that it was indeed CHRISTIANS who landed at Plymouth Rock and their symbol was the cross. They would lay the foundation for these United States of America."
Actually, Jamestown was founded 13 years prior to the Pilgrims arriving in what is now MA. Jamestown, as we all know, was an investment made for capitalism; not a religious colony. Assuming you're going with the idea that the earliest English settlement decides the future of the country, then America was founded upon capitalism, not Christianity. Profit, not prophets.
That's still a ridiculous argument to make though. Both settlements were created almost two centuries prior to the formation of the country itself. The US certainly has a history of religion, but it is legally not a Christian country.
As a Christian and a conservative, the sign doesn't offend me one bit. But as I actually do care about the Constitution and know how the legal system of the US works, I think the mayor made the smart decision. A legal battle would be expensive and ultimately futile. The Blaze didn't report the quote, but other sources noted that the mayor asked several lawyers and legal groups about fighting a FFRF lawsuit and every single one said "Sorry, your sign is unconstitutional and you'd lose in court."
If ye be ashamed of me I will be ashamed of you.
another victory for islam
November 29, 2012 at 9:42am
That artist talks like a kid with a paper a$$. Total BS!! He knows darn well what he’s doing. This is just another play in the left play book.
That would be like having a doll of “O”, and put a noose around it hanging…the interpretation would be, “all those who have ever been hung”.
November 16, 2012 at 10:04am
Who is this guy???
November 16, 2012 at 9:57am
Ahhh, the union is involved…say no more. Another entity sucked dry!!