User Profile: condera

Member Since: October 15, 2010


  • [1] February 24, 2016 at 3:05am

    This is why I unfollowed The Blaze 6 months ago, and you still haven’t figured it out, it seems. Not that I support Trump, since I recognize what he is and what he represents. The problem here is not Trump but those that support him. I can give you the same.guarantee now as I gave you six months ago. You will not win over anyone to your side through demeaning or belittling them. The incessant 9 months of Trump bashing has accomplished what exactly? It appears to me it has done nothing but strengthen his support, and, dininish yours. So, it appears you can beat yourself into oblivion. I’ll vote Ben Carson next week. Then, at this stage, I’ll vote for whoever the eventual nominee is. Cloward/Piven in action on the political plane. And you fail to recognize the result? Amazing indeed.

  • August 12, 2015 at 6:12pm

    Fiorina? ROTFLMAO. Just wait until she has to answer for her glowing appraisal of Medieval Islam.

  • [1] June 4, 2014 at 5:12pm

    I happened to notice a comment suggesting Thomas Jefferson was the first President to host an Iftar dinner at the White House. That is patently untrue. The first recorded Iftar dinner happened in 2001 barely a month after the 9\11 attacks. What happened in 1805 was the Ambassador of Tripoli was scheduled for a dinner with Jefferson to discuss the paying tribute to the Barbary pirates of Tripoli in order to prevent them attacking US merchant ships. The dinner was scheduled for 3:30 in the afternoon. The ambassador relayed that he could not make a 3:30 dinner because it was the month of Ramadan so Jefferson, greatly annoyed, changed the time for later in the evening. But, he certainly didn’t change the menu to make it Muslim friendly. In the end, Jefferson became fed up with them and ordered the blockade of Tripoli and it’s ultimate invasion, which inspired the phrase in the Marine Corp Hymn “_to the shores of Tripoli.”. Jefferson’s purchase of the Koran was simply to see for himself if the Koran actually called for the savageness the pirates were inflicting on the people the pirates were capturing. His discovery that it did also informed his decision on the blockade and invasion of Tripoli.

  • [1] June 4, 2014 at 4:56pm

    Here is the low down. The phrase is indeed a common one in Islam. Muslims speak the phrase a minimum of five times each and every single day. The use of the phrase can easily be dismissed as a precondition to release. Why? The beard is a dead giveaway. That beard has been gowing for a while and certainly started before any negotiations jn earnest on the traitor son’s release. These people are Muslim, at least father and son. That, incidentally, explains why he was the only prisoner who was not in some way summarily executed by the Taliban. That being said, there is one thing that happened in relation to all of this that has received virtually no coverage at all that I have seen. Obama outed the Kabul CIA station chief in this process and we hear barely hear a word? Yet when Valerie Plane, who was not performing any covert duties at the time was outed that is just about all we heard about for two straight years? Wag the dog?

  • April 8, 2014 at 2:44pm

    Here is an excellent post to read up:

    dubya dubya dubya DOT huffingtonpost DOT com FSLAH 2012 FSLASH 07FSLASH 02 FSLASH corporate-political-donations_n_1644375 DOT html

    It lists the ten or eleven top corporate donors as of July 2012. Notice that Koch industries is nowhere in the list and HuffPo provided the info.

  • April 8, 2014 at 2:34pm

    First of all, you might want to jot down thiss bit of info:

    dubya dubya ubya DOT huffingtonpost DOT com FSLASH 2012 FSLASH 07 FSLASH 02 FSLASH corporate-political-donations_n_1644375 DOT html

    This lists the top 10 or 11 corporations who donate to political causes as of July 2012. Note Koch Industries is nowhere to be found in the list. Then tell them you got this information from huffpo. LOL

  • March 22, 2014 at 12:16am

    Also, I saw a pic of Justina taken shortly before her enslavement in MA. She was ice skating and appeared to be in relatively good health. 13 months later she is confined to a wheel chair, her hair is falling out and her gum line is receding. In short, her health has deteriorated drastically, while under direct, strict, enslaved control of the MA state health and DCFS morons. That tells me all I need to know.

  • March 22, 2014 at 12:13am

    Yep, warped reality is about the best he can come up with. Throw a lot of meaningless smoke. Probably a paid troll for BCH or DCFS. The specific allegations cited are baseless. It is a very common event for those with rare/exotic conditions to go through several different doctors before finally finding a regimen of treatment that actually begins to improve health. So, when you go to your doc three, four or five times with the same complaint and find no improvement in the regimen he provides you do you keep going back for more? Or do you get a second, third or fourth opinion until your health improves? I have a cousin who has two boys, both with a genetic disorder. They knew very early on something wasn’t right with them and it took going through several doctors before a correct diagnosis was made. My wife has a cousin who has a son that no one has been able to diagnose what is wrong with him. They too went from doctor to facility to doctor trying to come up with something that would improve his health. The treatments he is receiving now is the most effective they have found but still does not completely alleviate the symptoms.

  • March 3, 2014 at 5:10pm

    Let me be very succinct here. Just prior to Justina being admitted to the Boston prison, I have seen a pic of her ice skating and from strictly a physical perspective, appears to be in good health. The conclusion is whatever treatment she was receiving from Tuft’s appeared to be effective. Fast forward one year and current pics demonstrate the treatment she was receiving from the Boston prison has so thoroughly debilitated her that her hair is falling out, her gum line is receding and she is confined to a wheel chair. The conclusion is the Boston prison hasn’t a clue what they are doing. But, then again, you can’t expect world class care from a doc on the 7th month of his internship after college. Yeah, they all need to be sued into oblivion.

  • February 28, 2014 at 7:52pm

    Will you go back for more failing treatments? Or will you go to another doc to see if you can get the right diagnosis and proper prescription? Yes, most people will keep getting second opinions until a doc gets the diagnosis and treatment right. How do we know it is right? Because your health or quality of life improves. Nothing else in this case is of importance except that Justina appeared to be in reasonably good health just prior to her imprisonment by Boston and after the one year imprisonment is at the entrance to death’s door.

  • February 28, 2014 at 7:48pm

    Seems we have some trolls on here trying to throw up an awful lot of smoke. Perhaps they work for MA DCFS and are trying desperately to turn the tide on this story. I’ve got a few things to say and it may take a couple of posts to get it all out. First, let’s not lose sight of what is important here. That is the health of a child, Justina Pelletier. Just prior to Justina being imprisoned by Boston medical authorities, I have seen a pic of her ice skating and she appears to be in reasonably good health. Pics taken recently show us a child whose health has significantly deteriorated over the last year while imprisoned under the STRICT CONTROL OF MEDICAL AUTHORITIES. That is all the evidence I need to see. Whatever her treatment prior to the imprisonment appeared to be working. Most definitely her treatment after the imprisonment FAILED COMPLETELY!!! That being said, I have a cousin who has two sons that have genetic disorders. When they were toddlers it became apparent something wasn’t right. It took a few years and I don’t know how many doctors before they finally got the right diagnosis. Just because someone has to go through a bunch of docs to get a proper diagnosis, especially when we are talking rare/exotic illnesses or conditions, does not mean they are shopping for a diagnosis. What will you do when you go to a doc, get a diagnosis, are prescribed a treatment and the treatment doesn’t work?

  • February 28, 2014 at 7:33pm

    The conclusion is, just because someone fires doctors or seeks new ones does not automatically mean they are “shopping” for a particular illness. In most cases, exotic/rare illnesses are misdiagnosed initially and take going through several doctors before the proper diagnosis is rendered. For that reason I give little weight to the numbers of docs they had to go through. The evidence is always, ALWAYS, in the health of the patient. Just prior to her trip to Boston, she appeared to be in good health. In the little over a year since she was imprisoned there, she appears to be on the verge of death. Whatever the treatment she was receiving prior to her trip to Boston appeared to be working. Whatever her treatment after being imprisoned by Boston appears to be nearly killing her. Again. all the evidence I need.

  • February 28, 2014 at 7:21pm

    @back to reality: perhaps you are a troll paid for by MA DCFS. The Pelletier financial situation is irrelevant to the child’s health. The allegations of doctor shopping are also irrelevant. Exhibit A, I have seen a pic of Justina taken only a short time before the trip to Boston. She is seen ice skating and appears to be in good health. Exhibit B, current pics of Justina show she has suffered hair loss, weight loss, and a general deterioration of her health, all in the one year span she was removed from the care of her family and Tufts and placed under care at Boston. Conclusion: the misdiagnosis by Boston is evident in that the child’s health quite visibly and significantly deteriorated over the last year, WHILE UNDER THEIR STRICTLY CONTROLLED CARE. That’s all I need to know about that. However, to further rebut your introduction of an awful lot of smoke to the discussion, I will say the diagnosis of exotic/rare diseases is tough. In many cases the parents have to go from doctor to doctor to find one who eventually gets the diagnosis right and gets the child on a regimen that actually improves the child’s health. I have a cousin with two sons, both with genetic disorders. They experienced this first hand as they hand to go through many doctors before one properly diagnosed the illness. Likewise my wife has a cousin with a son that to date, no one has been able to completely diagnosis his condition.

  • [1] February 15, 2014 at 12:14am

    Folks, justangry is correct. If Republican candidates get bogged down in the social issue minutia, there are enough single issue voters out there who will turn against them just because of that. It is sad they would rather have the country die so they can enjoy their abortions, homosexuality or whatever other issue you might want to name. The best course of action is for Republican candidates to steer clear of the social issues and hammer what is really important, the economy, jobs, inflation, etc. If they do that, many of those single issue voters will actually vote for them.

  • January 27, 2013 at 10:53pm

    Perhaps this would be an appropriate place to repost this quote:

    “The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president. The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack Obama, who is, after all, merely a fool. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their president.”

    Source: Czech Republic newspaper,
    Prager Zeitungon

  • November 15, 2012 at 11:16pm

    Yep, I have actually started agreeing with just letting the liberal schmucks do what they want. THen, when everything collapses, outlaw anything related to government controlling anything and get this country fixed the right way. Make any comment or suggestion that even hints at government getting involved in domestic STATE affairs an act of treason punishable by death.

    In reply to the story 'Wilkow!': The Coming Layoff Bomb

  • November 15, 2012 at 11:13pm

    Actually the September report dropped to 7.8% primarily because California did not report their numbers in time for that report. By the October report, we were back up to 7.9%. That number is likely going to climb to at least 8.5% by 1 Jan and be back in the 9% range next year.

  • November 15, 2012 at 10:52pm

    @PORK_ANVIL: Actually, he is dead on in his allegory. Why do you suppose the largest portion of employment gains over the last few months have been either those who have had their hours cut back or those who have found part time work? That is the wave of the future. Why? Because Obamacare mandates any employer who employs 50 or more full time equivalent workers (defined as a worker who works 30 or more hours per week) must provide health insurance for the employees or pay a fine. How do you get away with not paying for either? Work all of your employees for less than 30 hours per week. What exactly are you going to be able to afford on part time work? Then, there is one other option several employers are beginning to implement. They are now contracting out their work rather than carrying a payroll. Why? Because they then don’t pay social security taxes, medicare/obamacare taxes, unemployment insurance, workmans comp,, ect. The independent contractor (employee) is now responsible for it all.

  • November 15, 2012 at 9:50pm

    @GRADSTUDENT: You would be correct, you just legislate it the way you want people to live their lives and think.

  • November 15, 2012 at 9:41pm

    Alright, encinom is lapping up the spoon fed ignorance peddled by the admin. Here are a few things for you encinom. 1) On 09/10, the purported video that set the muslim world ablaze on 09/11, had garnered a whopping 17 total views. That tells me the maker’s friends viewed it and that was about it. 2) There are plenty of video clips of the various demonstrations. There is one glaringly common element in all of them. It is called daylight. The Benghazi attack BEGAN at 10:00 PM Benghazi time. Hardly a time when a massive protest is going to make good cover for an attack. 3) The Libyan government validated within hours of the attack that there had been NO demonstrations in Benghazi that day. 4) Mortars were used in the attack. A mortar is not something you just throw across your shoulder and walk across the country side with. It also isn’t something you just hastily throw up and start shooting. It takes some site preparation and then time to assemble the thing before you can even begin to start firing one. We are talking a minimum of 3 – 4 hours doing it in all haste. This shows the attack was premeditated, and not something spontaneous as the administration has tried to get people to believe.