User Profile: crazymensa


Member Since: October 31, 2012


  • [6] January 23, 2016 at 4:09pm

    Apparently, most people don’t know a narcissistic sociopath when they hear/see one. Donald Trump and Barack Obama are cut from the same cloth. Those who wish to worship at the Trump altar will at some point, esp if he’s elected POTUS, will realize that his will be done, and it won’t be what you want or expected. He’s a charmer like Obama and tells people what they want to hear. Just look at past behavior. Good luck. DT supporters will get what they deserve, at some point, just like BHO, HC supporters.

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  • [3] November 14, 2015 at 1:27pm

    These are the same people that would cry for help, wondering why this is happening to them. They don’t pay attention to what is happening in the world, only getting their news from sound-bites,twitter, fb, you-tube, etc. They live in their own self-absorbed, entitled, existence with the expectation that we are to support them financially, all while they live it up in college, come out as progressive bots and bloviate about evil America is. Let them try talking themselves out of being murdered by these radical islamists…I don’t think being nice and telling them you empathize with their “feelings” will change their minds. Good luck in the real world. You better hope you don’t have to experience it any time soon.

  • [19] November 10, 2015 at 9:28am

    All he was trying to do was tell the story of his life from rags to riches…meaning coming from a place of poverty and violence to become a world renowned pediatric neurosurgeon and now possibly President of the United States. I am really disgusted how this man is treated by the media while Barack Obama was as revered as God.Is it because Dr. Carson is a conservative Christian, or because being the next black president is so yesterday?

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  • [29] October 8, 2015 at 2:54pm

    Fantastic! People CAN change their minds upon seeing the truth! Millersville, PA is a community in Lancaster County PA, a good, decent place. 2 of my children graduated from MU, so I know that MU has been totally polluted by the Progressive agenda pushing profs. Maybe this young woman’s willingness to be open-minded enough to look at the videos will reach many others to do the same. I hope it does.

  • [44] October 1, 2015 at 3:32pm

    Well guess what, Ms Pelosi…I’ve delivered babies under 20 weeks and believe me, they fight to live.How dare you and anyone who wants to kill and harvest organs of these babies get indignant and self-righteous! It’s sickening and despicable.

  • September 23, 2015 at 1:26pm

    I saw the interview with Greta. Seriously, I don’t understand why everyone seems to think that Donald Trump is going to be the savior of the USA. He’s the right’s version of Obama, and we sure as hell don’t need another narcissist in chief running roughshod all over anyone who disagrees with him, Although running the country definitely would benefit from someone who has the business savvy and experience that Trump has, he also has an ego that gets in the way. Trump has gotten so much coverage and support from Fox News; most of the time they obviously defend him. Boo hoo that there are a few who don’t. The vitriol I’m hearing and reading from the RIGHT towards others who don’t kiss the Trump ring is disturbing. It’s no better than what the left does…name-calling and hateful speech. We don’t need to be dividing the country even more.

  • [18] December 10, 2014 at 9:34am

    And what words of wisdom would Diane Feinstein have to say about this?THIS WAS TORTURE! How about the torture and killing in Houston? Mississippi?

  • November 6, 2014 at 10:53am

    I was raised as a Baptist and over the years attended different Christian churches,synagogue and studied world religions in college. What I found is that people are more enriched in their lives because they can think and feel beyond themselves, that humanity is exceptional, as is all life, no matter where it exists. The problem many seem to have with religion is with the doctrine that “defines” a particular belief. Humanism, to me, seems a rather depressing and limiting way of thinking about human existence. If one chooses to go that path, fine. I think it is not right to assert that believers of any kind are not intelligent, free thinking people, and therefore should cease and desist believing and/or practicing their religion. What ever happened to peaceful co-existence? Tolerance? Respect? We live in the United States of America, where the first amendment to the constitution guarantees the right— freedom of religion and its practice.

  • [1] July 9, 2013 at 10:30pm

    I am a retired psych and OR nurse. I know the stigma of how some people are regarded when it comes to substance abuse and mental health issues. I don’t find this incident necessarily surprising. Drug users and mentally ill people are still considered less than human in the minds of many people, including the doctors, nurses and other health care workers and are regarded as such. I know this first hand. It is a horrible commentary against those who are supposed to help and not hurt those who are sick. But this is the part of human nature that we apparently cannot get beyond in this juncture of our social evolution.

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  • June 6, 2013 at 5:10pm

    You must be an employee of the IRS to say something as asinine as that or maybe you just enjoy ******* away taxpayer money in some other venue. Expressing empathy towards others is a virtue, being an ass is not.

  • April 5, 2013 at 12:33pm

    These incidents I find particularly disturbing because I have had to call on “law enforcement” to report that my life and the lives of my children were in danger because my husband (their father) was threatening our lives with a gun. He had also described to me in great detail how he didn’t need a gun, that he could kill me, dismember my body and destroy the crime scene and no one would know. The state police came: I showed where he had discharged the weapon in the ceiling and their response was, “what do you want us to do?” Dumbfounded, I yelled “arrest him!” One of the officers then said, “Well ma’am, he’s intoxicated. We can’t arrest him”, then left. Within 5 minutes, he nearly killed me with a butcher knife, but thanks to a neighbor close by, she and another neighbor heard me scream and ran over and stopped him. And that was only one incident. My point is, why are people being arrested or their rights abridged because of hearsay and inaccurate perceptions? Where the hell is any common sense? I had a very real threat (and with little children present) and those ******** who called themselves state police couldn’t do anything because he was drunk? Unless you’ve been caught up in this nonsense, the average person does not know how screwed up these local systems work. Many times it is not very well. So good luck to this man trying to extricate himself from this apparent clusterf***. God help him, and all of us.

  • March 10, 2013 at 2:08pm

    The commentary I am reading is far more enlightening than anything I could say…

  • January 8, 2013 at 10:20am

    What’s the point of worrying if the government can track you from anything, anywhere, anytime? I assume they can and will, no matter what, if that is what it desires. I learned long ago to stand firm and face fear head on. I got knocked down a few times, but I got up. I believe in the truth; but to seek it, and stand for it, when found, may come at a profoundly steep price. Each much choose just how much one is willing to pay. Part of the problem this nation is facing is complacency. We talk and complain, but do little to stand up and demand our rights and freedoms, in our collective complacency, let go to the government. It’s time to not allow fear and paranoia deter us from doing what is right and necessary to defend the Constitution, our collective heritage.

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  • December 10, 2012 at 8:57am

    If you can’t be smart, be stupid.

  • December 6, 2012 at 11:10am

    It’a been obvious from the beginning that what happened in Benghazi was a cover up. His goal to move weapons through Libya to the radical islamists had been working pretty well. Where I part ways with some opinions on this matter is that Amb Stevens was part of this. I believe that he and the CIA were there to find these weapons, knowing that there were many (deliberately, it appears) left in country after the fall of Ghaddafi, thus the reason that the Administration did continually deny requests for more security to the consulate, and ultimately, not allowing any military response when the consulate was attacked. Intelligence knew this was likely to happen on 9/11; the attacks in Cairo (and possibly the other embassies) were a deliberate diversion and a perfect subterfuge. Amb Stevens was the sacrificial lamb. He did what he was asked to do. The administration figured that most Americans would be satisfied with the video story and move on. But since there are still some people in this country that believe in truth, that’s why all the obfuscation. Of course, the situation continues to worsen with Egypt and Syria, and surely we will see the culmination of Obama’s grand plan of the destruction of America’s “domination” of the Middle East and a new state of (radical) islam become the new reality.

  • December 4, 2012 at 8:33am

    A big problem that republicans have is they are fighting against an electorate that has little to no understanding of basic economic principles. They don’t teach that stuff in school; they don’t teach people how to establish a household budget (many don’t even have adequate basic math skills). Consequently, the bad habits of the parents are passed to their children. Another issue is a vast majority of people (my opinion) have little or no impulse control. They do not have the ability, it seems, to tell themselves “NO”! So they put themselves in such deep debt. Of course, personal responsibility and culpability aren’t fostered in a more liberal environment. My conclusion, therefore, has nothing to do with old white men; it has more to do with appealing to people that they now have to behave as adults! Being the proverbial parent is going to be a difficult task, at best!

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  • November 30, 2012 at 9:20am

    This is a private enterprise. They can choose to whom they wish to have as clientele. If the atheists wish to protest their church bulletin coupon discounts, they can boycott the establishment (Chick-fil-a, Papa John’s). Besides, Plenty other privately owned businesses give discounts to different groups of people. My local grocery store gives 15% discounts twice a week to seniors (must provide ID). I guess using the logic of these people, the grocery store should be made to give discounts to everyone because the grocer is discriminating on the basis of age. It seems to me these people could find something more constructive to do with their time.

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  • [1] November 1, 2012 at 2:10pm

    I have read Mr. Obama’s autobiographies and am convinced that what we are witnessing is a deliberate dissolution of the essence of what is America. He is on a mission. He is a narcissistic sociopath…he has no conscience… he does not care about the lives of those brave men. The bigger picture of what happened in the middle east and the events that preceded it should indicate that he knowingly had a hand in what happened on 9/11/12 and that he believed (and still does) that with the help of his media sycophants he could downplay, at the very least, what actually happened. As Americans, we cannot let this man continue to think he can act with impunity. He hates America and what it stands for and I for one cannot continue to stay silent! He is responsible for the deaths of 4 brave Americans, and Americans need to know the truth and sacrifice made especially by Ty Woods and Glen Doherty BEFORE November 6!

    In reply to the contribution Benghazi: What Really Matters

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