User Profile: Clem Kadiddlehopper

Clem Kadiddlehopper

Member Since: September 17, 2010

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  • March 7, 2013 at 11:06pm

    I suppose now, “G Spot” refers to ‘Gun Spot.”

  • December 21, 2012 at 11:27pm

    Anybody see the irony in Code Pink the rabid pro-abortion group, interrupting the presser with signs saying “The NRA Has Blood On It’s Hands” and “The NRA Kills Children!”??

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  • November 5, 2012 at 4:07pm

    If it’s anything like 2000, the Supervisors of Elections in some South Florida counties are Democrats and they screw things up royally and then blame the GOP when it all falls apart.

  • September 5, 2012 at 4:10pm

    God couldn’t get into the DNC because He had no photo ID and Nobody could vouch for Him.

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  • September 4, 2012 at 4:14pm

    Hank…Why don’t you say what you think?? LOL

  • September 19, 2011 at 10:59am

    Many of the comments here are excellent, especially those suggesting that one should be proficient with a weapon if they are going to carry in a church. That is one of the last places you want to have to blast away at somebody, with people ducking, darting and screaming, and having other people you may not know are armed sudenly brandishing firearms.
    I have done a good deal of research for my church, and there is a process to becoming organized, and endorsed by you church. First, for insurance purposes, all non law enforcement types who will be carrying must pass the Security Guard classes, then firearms are restricted to nothing larger than 9mm or .38. Active teams at large churches have communications, assigned areas, conduct drills, and have plans for every contigency.
    In a chaotic, fluid situation, if 15 random people all over the building start brandishing weapons, who knows the good guys from the shooters? That issue is what killed the open carry law in Florida, and I believe there is merit to that concern.

  • September 18, 2011 at 7:34pm

    CATB: I have read the Florida Statutes many times and although there are many places a CCW holder is not allowed to carry a firearm, a church is not among them.
    That is indeed the case in many states, but not in Florida.

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  • August 28, 2011 at 10:21pm

    I realize that a solitary encounter with a cop with an attitude can sour one against the whole lot, but my experience is that for the most part, they are doing a tough and mostly thankless job. Just try to imagine for a moment what your city or neighborhood would be like in a day or two if the police all took a vacation for a few weeks.
    Here in Tampa, I would put our cops and their chief up against any law enforcement organization in the country.

  • July 23, 2011 at 11:00pm

    Something troubles me about this whole thing; I understand that this took place on a national holiday, when the bombed building was practically empty. Since the killer had no problem getting up close and personal with his killing on the island, why would he choose a day when he likely wouldn’t take too big a toll in the bombing? From what I understand, on a normal work day the building would have had hundreds of people there.

  • July 1, 2011 at 4:50pm

    In the ’60′s I drove sports cars at tracks like Daytona at speeds over 160mph on recap racing tires as wide as today’s motorcycle tires. In my humble opinion this would be a thrill better than sex, and far safer than what I was doing.

  • May 12, 2011 at 4:50pm

    Rose-Ellen speaks of borders, etc. between Israel and the Arab world. I’m fortunate to live where Coalition Forces congregate, and I heard a Jordanian military officer mention the number of refugee Palestinians in his country.
    Quite a few Arab countries surround the contested lands which Israel and the Palestinians squabble over, but have you seen one of them offer to give up some of THEIR land to build a ‘Palestine?’ No, it’s always the Israeli’s tiny spot of land that must be sacrificed.
    As Netanyahu once said, and I paraphrase. If the Arab world were to disarm, there would be peace in the Middle East. Is Israel were to disarm, there would be no more Israel.

  • April 24, 2011 at 11:22am

    I researched this a bit. The Tea Party Assn. of Miss. was going to show up at the Black Panther shindig, apparently to protest peacefully. I saw no indication violence was intended.
    In my opinion, the Tea party should just have ignored the affair, not give it attention and press. At any rate, it didn’t deserve the response of armed violence to retaliate.
    As for blacks being victims of a holocaust, the past is past. I never owned any slaves. I don’t know any blacks that have ever been slaves. Why should people who have never owned slaves have to compensate people who have never been slaves, for slavery?
    These people need to stop and think where they would be had their ancestors not been brought to America. Would they perhaps be in some starving village in Ethiopia? Would they be hunted by armed murderers in Darfur? There are many places in Africa where the conditions are far worse than what they bemoan here. Given a choice, which place would they prefer?

  • April 18, 2011 at 12:14pm

    As a native of Tampa and a former student at USF, I’m So proud! NOT! Much of that area out there is a miniature Middle East. Walk through University Mall and you think you’re in Bahrain.
    I can only imagine it’s a glimpse of sections of London and Paris where the Muslims have pretty much taken over.
    Pray for Israel and the USA.

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  • January 11, 2011 at 1:47pm

    Great. My local congressperson sometimes frequents the same grocery store I do. Therefore, if I am in the store armed, shopping, minding my own business, and said congressperson happens to be there, I am breaking a federal law.
    I feel guilty enough when I drive past a school!

  • December 18, 2010 at 11:13pm

    That’s a pretty effective and inexpensive penal system: send the criminals to a border town prison, wait until its dark, and let them “escape” to the U.S. Problem solved.

  • November 30, 2010 at 8:01am

    The mere suggestion of doing something equally insulting to the Islamic faith would have the entire Muslim world in the streets. And, the liberals who sit back and chortle over another slap in the face to Christianity, would be apoplectic over the thought.
    Then again, we turn the other cheek and pray for these fools. That is the conditioned response they get from Christians, so they know they can get away with it.

  • October 10, 2010 at 10:52pm

    I live in the South. Behind my couch was an old car on blocks, several dead batteries, an oak tree, and the trailer.

  • September 30, 2010 at 2:16pm

    Has anyone ever considered that an inexpensive way for Mexico to rid itself of ITS criminals is to escort them to the U.S. border, give them a few bucks American and say “adios?”
    All we’re doing is giving them back……

  • September 28, 2010 at 12:37pm

    COMBINED there were approximately 300 protestors for this leftie cause, yet it makes national news.
    300 THOUSAND PLUS show up for Beck’s rally and what?…….ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.
    But, never let it be said that the MSM is slanted

  • September 25, 2010 at 10:29am

    Let me play Devils advocate here: If these people have done nothing beyond protesting with signs, is it not a violation of their First Amendment rights to have them investigated to the point of invading their homes and taking away their possessions?
    Is it not just as wrong as when Tea Partiers were under the microscope for saying things the government didn’t like?

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