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cknapp

Member Since: August 16, 2011

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  • [3] October 18, 2014 at 8:39am

    This is ridiculous, if you show symptoms of a disease that is at the forefront of an epidemic, you do not get to decide when to go home. It would seem that procedures would already be on the books for such protocols, minimum quarantine time before release, etc….or I am just too smart to be among the general population?

  • [5] October 18, 2014 at 8:30am

    And the interviewer was shocked why? Because when you do not have principals, meeting someone who does is “shocking”.

  • [49] October 18, 2014 at 8:21am

    I believe the ones who claimed to have seen what happened, who fueled the riots by making false statements should be held financially responsible, and serve about 20 years for bearing false witness, for all the damage of the rioters. This will deter others from making false statements in the future.

  • October 17, 2014 at 7:35pm

    Am I the only one who thinks that military personnel being involuntarily discharged for violations of known regulation, should pay back to the government (taxpayer) all earned wages, benefits, and cost of training as they failed to fulfill their obligations to the American people?

    Singed…53 year old Active Duty SFC.

  • [4] October 16, 2014 at 7:50pm

    At age 53 I am currently serving my 25th consecutive year in the U.S. Army. I have done quite a bit of NBC and CBRN training, to my knowledge, anyone unprotected is referred to as a casualty. This lunacy we see now is what happens when stupid Amerikans elect a man into office twice, who never served in the Military nor even captained a sports team in school. Amerikans who have received trophies just for showing up have no idea what leadership is and thus an effeminate man with no machismo gets to lead over 300 million people. I doubt if Obama could get laid in a MILF bar. At least Bill Clinton seemed like the kind of guy who could bluff a good game of poker (a skill needed when negotiating with potentates when you are unwilling to nuke them).

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  • October 16, 2014 at 7:27am

    I believe the questions were based on more liberal NPR type news issues. Ask the general population about the Constitution, American History, and current politics in Amerika and see who comes out on top…pinhead.

  • [1] October 16, 2014 at 7:25am

    Stewart claims that Wall Street bankers have done more damage to our economy? Really? More damage than people who continue to game the system? More than the people who have figured out how to move to the disability rolls after their 24 months of unemployment compensation runs out (claiming fake maladies like: overweight, depression, ADD/ADHD, restless leg syndrome, etc.).

    The people who have children out of wedlock, leaving single mothers and the tax payer to raise their spawn, who eschew the work ethic of former America, who fail to assimilate into our culture and language while respecting our borders, are doing way more damage to our economy and our culture.

  • [1] October 15, 2014 at 8:04pm

    Great story, great person.

    Meanwhile, the labor participate rate is at its lowest in about 30 years, you know, due to the fact people ran out of 24 months of unemployment benefits and took moved from unemployment to disability income by citing the new fake maladies which now qualify one to receive disability income (obesity, depression, ADD/ADHD, restless leg syndrome, etc……)

    If I were President I would hold a press conference and recognize people with disablities, having about 100 in attendance. I would then walk into the next room on live TV (a room full of people who had been identified as disabled yet ambulatory and drawing unemployment or disability, and were invited to be there) and invite these “disabled people” to come forward one at a time to receive recognition for taking care of their family as best they can, then the camera follows them into another room where they are told that all their benefits will stop TOMORROW.

    You would see a rush of Amerikans looking for jobs the next day because they realize their days of freeloading are over.

  • [1] October 15, 2014 at 7:53pm

    Finally, after being annoyed at The Blaze Web-site due to the Pop Up ads, which Adblock did not always help mitigate (I do not even re-visit free, let alone paid, porn web-sites, as I refuse to continue using web-sites that are obnoxious in their attempt to hijack my browsing experience), pop-up ads, auto-play videos, etc., I took stronger measures.

    I installed GHOSTERY (leaving Adblock active) into my Firefox Browser on my Win7 32 bit laptop computer. Ghostery was reporting 15-2 ″items” which likely needed to be blocked. I found that by blocking them all, for some articles, the Comments would not be visible (which is the most interesting part of The Blaze…at least to me), and that scrolling up and down an article was slow, erratic, and was not possible using my arrow keys.

    By disabling all “items”, enabling them one at a time, then reloading the page, I learned which one is needed to view COMMENTS….

    -Salithru Horizon had to be enabled to view COMMENTS,
    -by enabling Google Analytics, scrolling improved greatly

    To me, enabling the two items listed above while blocking the remaining 13-18 items is better than having them all enabled.

    Signed…53 year old, disgruntled Blaze web-site reader.

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  • [5] October 15, 2014 at 7:32pm

    Finally, after being annoyed at The Blaze Web-site due to the Pop Up ads, which Adblock did not always help mitigate (I do not even allow on paid let alone free poorn web-sites, as I refuse to continue using web-sites that are obnoxious in their attempt to hijack my browsing experience), auto-play videos, etc., I took stronger measures.

    I installed GHOSTERY into my Firefox Browser on my Win7 32 bit laptop computer. Ghostery was reporting 15-2″items” which likely needed to be blocked. I found that by blocking them all, for some articles, the Comments would not be visible (which is the most interesting part of The Blaze…at least to me), and that scrolling up and down an article was slow, stuttery, and was not possible using my arrow keys.

    By disabling all “items”, enabling them one at a time, then reloading the page, I learned which one is needed to view COMMENTS….
    -Salithru Horizon had to be enabled to view COMMENTS,
    -by enabling Google Analytics, scrolling improved greatly

    To me, enabling the two items listed above while blocking the remaining 13-18 items is better than having them all enabled.

    Signed…53 year old, disgruntled Blaze web-site reader.

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  • [219] October 13, 2014 at 5:32pm

    Interesting that dumb Amerikans vote a man into office to lead over 300 million, who had never so much been captain of a high school sports team…but in an age where everyone gets a trophy, many of the younger people do not know what winning, losing, and leadership are all about.

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  • [1] October 13, 2014 at 3:31pm

    Since when did someone’s choice (how to connect genitals, and yes, people can overcome their natural aversion to the idea of connecting with those of an opposite gender….unlike ethnicity and chromosomal gender with which you are “stuck”) become a protected “right”? I discriminate against people everyday for choices they make…you should see how I talk to lazy unemployed people when they ask for money.

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  • [1] October 13, 2014 at 3:26pm

    Silly me, I thought Supply and Demand dictated price…but I went to school in the 70′s when economics and capitalism were still taught. I forget that the new math involves giving lazy people $1 and getting a $1.78 return to the economy, despite the fact that the $1 I gave up involuntarily could have been used to fund my retirement account or some other useful endeavor…..but what do I know?

  • [1] October 13, 2014 at 3:22pm

    Considering all the infrastructure already in place, cargo ships, underground coast-to-coast pipelines for distribution, etc., petroleum is cheap. What else can I purchase for $3.40 that takes up about one cubic foot, weighs about 7 pounds, and propels my 3,200 pound vehicle 37 miles at 60 M.P.H.?

  • [1] October 13, 2014 at 3:18pm

    Personally, I hppe we have a “secret” plan to use everyone else’s oil first, then ours, but I doubt anyone is thinking that far ahead.

    By the way, look up “abiotic petroleum”….interesting thought, hydro-carbons are everywhere.

  • October 13, 2014 at 3:06pm

    Perhaps if we had Leadership in the WH (instead of someone who never even led a sports team in High School, who fooled Amerikans twice into electing him to lead over 300 million AmeriKans….) who was smart enough to prevent flights into Amerika from “infected” countries, no one in any color state would have Ebola…..or is that too easy to figure out?

  • [-1] October 13, 2014 at 12:43pm

    I would rather pay $10 per gallon for U.S. produced gasoline, the jobs and taxes stay here, and we could reduce our Military footprint in the Mid-East (providing security for getting petroleum through the Straits of Hormuz and other places that are unstable). I bet if the petroleum companies had to provide their own security the price at the pump would be $10-$15 per gallon, but the consumer never sees that “hidden cost of military security” at the pump (and the 47% of the population who pay no income tax never pay the “hidden cost of energy)….thus should not be voting…eliminate “representation”)). without taxation”….but I digress).

  • [1] October 12, 2014 at 4:26pm

    He has ushered in the era of the lowest labor participation rate, a success in the mind of a liberal as those who are dependent will vote for those offering the most free stuff.

  • October 12, 2014 at 2:47pm

    I am 53 years old, is it just me or are most Amerikans stupid. The “regime” touts lower unemployment than 4 years ago while the labor participation rate is at an all time high. My logic tells me that part of the population has decided not to work, thus the unemployment rate being reported is artificially low…yes I am aware of the various U1-U6 numbers….I wonder what the “real” unemployment rate is.

    If we added those who “dropped out”, those who falsely joined the dis-ability rolls (at the end of their 24 months of unemployment compensation for the new “fake maladies”, depression, over-weight, restless leg syndrome, sleep apnea (all things that people used to have yet continued working)) were factored back in, I suspect the real unemployment rate is at least 15 percent.

    I bet the percent of 18-65 year old Amerikans who draw disability in 2014 is considerably lower than it was in 1974, with all the regulatory automobile safety improvements, regulatory consumer product guidance, improved medical advancements, regulatory work place guidance, etc., (sarcasm off).,, I forgot to factor in the fact that despite huge advances in safety and medical care, a great number in our population has been brainwashed that being self-reliant is not all it is cracked up to be.

  • [4] October 11, 2014 at 9:23pm

    This will not work. I will share an observation with you that illustrates why. Fayetteville, NC is listed as being 49.76 percent black, it is home to Fort Bragg, and is a very “Military Friendly” town with many active duty Soldiers and Retirees living in and around the town of about 210,000. I attended a Memorial Day Service this year, I have photos of the crowd in attendance and can safely say that blacks comprised less than 10 percent of those in attendance, despite the fact that many have served and died for this country. Blacks cannot even muster the effort it takes to pay their respects to the Military Fallen, their values are not the values of real Americans.

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