Trav, you occasionally rip off a clever comment. This was not one of them.
The more you hang around with us old folks Travis, the more like us you'll become.... :0)
You probably haven't committed a violent crime in months... :0)
Or 0cared disability of obesity.... Right Travy?
Nothing like being Fat and having sugary drinks and frozen food provided to you on my dime to get healthy in your diet, right?!
And even more difficult when you're a 104-year-old widow, blind, hobbled and struggling on your walker, and surrounded by 13 heavily-doped and knife-wielding savage urban street "warriors," wanting your EBT card... and your walker.
If one is predisposed to commit a violent crime, why would one assume that he/she would attempt to flee. If you are willing to start the mess, you better be willing to finish it.
Nope... Sorry Travis... I'm kind of hard of hearing...
I thought only dogs could hear dog whistles.... :0)
Nope, didn’t hear anything. Must be your acute sense of psychosis.
November 30, 2015 at 8:49pm
Of course Ryan would be upset the 47% comment just fed into the image Romney had as being an out of touch rich guy who didn’t care about the average American. And by the way republican tax policy created a lot of the 47%. If you have 2 or more kids and grids less then $50k you’ll never pay a dime in federal taxes and probably gay an earned income credit due to the $1k per child tax credit GW passed.
[-2] November 30, 2015 at 8:14pm
And grabs a butt
 November 30, 2015 at 7:59pm
Ben Carson is the 2015 version of Herman Cain. A black conservative who never held political office. Both had a short time as front runner until their amateurish campaigns faltered
[-1] November 30, 2015 at 7:55pm
Only if he offered a free pizza to every voter.
[-4] November 30, 2015 at 7:20pm
I hope Cain at least gave you a free pizza
[-4] November 30, 2015 at 7:06pm
Well if there’s one thing Cain knows about its failed presidential campaigns. He went from front runner to dropping out within a week of grope gate.
[-18] November 30, 2015 at 7:01pm
While the GOP is full of inbred rednecks, Christian fanatics, rich white guys, and the occasional domestic terrorist. See how fun stereotypes can be?
The difference, CT, is that YOUR stereotypes are totally untrue!
May Heavenly Father bless you.
Except one of these stereotypes is actually true, the other is propaganda from left-wing media.
Red necks are inbred? Not to racist. You forgot old and fat for the rich white guys. Oh, and stupid. Let's see a debate between Hillary, a red neck, rich, commie fanatic who sides with terrorists debate someone like Cruz. Can you say ass whoopin. And in her case, that is one big ass to whoop. Those cankles go all the way up and make a huge ass out of themselves that no pants suit can hide. Did you hear they moved the Superbowl in 2016 to be played on her ass?
Hey CT ... I have never met one of those you cited in the Republicans I know .. you can't say the same for the Democrats described above.
Fear not, let not your heart be troubled. Leftist Democrats are clinically insane, See Barak and Hillary, and project their self view of "reptile" and "cretain" on others...see Jon Gruber theory of low information Democrat voter.
You are too kind.
Radical militant domestic terrorists, killing twice as many as any muslim group since 9/11 are more than just ignorant right wing red necks.
Radical militant "Christian" fundamentalist domestic terrorists, murdering 7 doctors, bombing clinics, burning down temples and killing innocent black church goers, are more than "fanatics".
Copper Catfish typifies the typical mindless ignorance of the facts.
[-8] November 30, 2015 at 6:59pm
I’m sure Ted Cruz’s advisors have nothing but good things to say about Democrats in their emails. Why is this news?
That makes them crazy. Someone who is truly pro-life does not condone this at all.
You’re a very ignorant person. That, or a dirty liar.
except this guy didn't kill anyone at the abortion clinic.
I believe people who work in abortion facilities (they are not clinics) are baby killers. But I have no inclination to kill them. If what you said was true, there would be no Baby Killing Facilities, or Baby Killing Staff to staff those facilities.
Your statement doesn't hold water.
Face Chewer, The abortion industry since it was legalized in ’73 by the SCOTUS now 42 years ago has so far suffered some “8″ related murders. Now, for the trolls here screaming about the number of murders of cops is not on the rise get a grip with this figure. I am certainly not saying that any murder is okay by any means, but so many are so way off with your top of the lungs screaming. Chitcago probably beat that figure this past weekend. BTW, I am not counting Friday’s murders in Colorado because no real details have been released. But, if it turns out to be so, then it would come to a total of 11 industry related murders in 42 years.
Wrong as usual. Pro life, active in many outreach programs for 11 years. Not once would I or any of our volunteers say that. But do carry on with the spin.
"They believe people that work in abortion clinics are baby killers and that justifies killing them."
You mean like how abortion supporters, believe that people who breed and sell puppies, should be killed for running 'puppy mills'?
"That makes them crazy. Someone who is truly pro-life does not condone this at all."
Which is why those who believe that this guy:
who pushed a cat off a chair should be killed, are not pro life, even if they ***say*** they are.
Same for anyone who wants death against anyone for supposed 'cruelty to animals' Especially when the charges are false, anyway.
If its evil to murder abortionists, then it's just as evil to murder anyone else for any reason or excuse.
If 'street justice' against people claimed (and not even proven in a fair trial, (and some animal rights types have specifically said, there should not even be any trials)) to supposedly have 'abused animals' (and the animals were not even killed, in most cases, and in many cases whatever happened was not actually 'abuse', anyway) is so good and righteous and wonderful as so many (including some who claim to supposedly be 'pro life') think it is, then it's just as good against abortionists.
I think 'street justice' in either case is wrong.
But those who claim it's good when it's 'for the animals' but not when it's for babies in the womb, are hypocrites and are obviously not 'pro life' even if they talk about their 'activism' against abortion.
The double standard is still hypocrisy, and intellectually dishonest.
 November 30, 2015 at 5:04pm
I do agree that the shooter is a psychopath but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t targeting Planned Parenthood for political reasons. I think the Paris terrorists were pretty crazy too- they shot into s crowd of people then blew themselves up. This guy was sane enough to surrender. If he was just a lunatic who wanted to kill people he could have done much more damage at a mall on Black Friday. He did mention ‘ no more baby parts’ so he seems aware of the recent videos. Crazy yes but it does look like he targeted planned parenthood.
it's entirely possible that he did, Trav.
but i want more information.
the narrative insisting that was his cause- so far- is overkill for the miniscule amount of evidence provided.
We know he was a really weird dude that killed some people.
that's really about it.
 November 30, 2015 at 2:43pm
All politicians try to say what they think their audience wants to hear.
 November 30, 2015 at 2:41pm
I don’t really care what a candidates religious views are. What I’m concerned with is whether they’ll try to legislate their religious views into law.
I actually agree...abortion, being about science does not really count as a religious view.
No they won't and never have and you use that as an excuse to vote for a bunch of leftist losers who have, are and will destroy America. You one issue idiots bore me.
 November 30, 2015 at 12:39pm
I always wondered if the priests in training have a class where they learn to change wine and bread into the blood and body of Jesus. I wonder how they are graded? “This bread is a little Jesus-y but not quite”
 November 30, 2015 at 12:36pm
You’re welcome to do what you want. And we’re welcome to make fun of silly BS like this.
 November 30, 2015 at 12:34pm
My instant coffee grounds didn’t totally dissolve in the hot water today. Obviously s miracle from God.
[-6] November 30, 2015 at 9:30am
This just goes to show the person most likely to murder you probably lives in your house. For all the GOP fearmongering about Isis and illegal aliens most people are murderer by people they know. A fees years ago there was a story about a woman who went to court because she wanted to carry a gun at her kids soccer game. A couple years later her husband shot her to death in her kitchen.
Then there is the liberal lying to escape the truth of blacks killing each other in wholesale numbers. Yes, many people are killed by people they know, but blacks don’t give a crap if they know you or not. Sounds like that woman had a good reason to carry a gun, and if she had access to it, it might well have been the husband who ended up dead. Guns are not evil, people are. You are just living up to your moniker.
So if something isn't the #1 cause of death we should just ignore it as a threat? That sounds less "Crazy" and more flat out stupid.
Then let the Syran Refugies live with you and your families and their homes Travis and all of Hollywood too. Don't make the meany people on the right take them in by force because the don't agree with you.
 November 30, 2015 at 9:19am
I bet Jesus doesn’t make a dime off that website. He should sue.
November 30, 2015 at 9:15am
I’m pretty sure everyone knows that Christmas is about the birth of Jesus and Easter is about his resurrection. But he is correct that both holidays have morphed into secular celebrations and economic engines. My family want religious growing up but we had s Christmas tree and Easter baskets every year. Kids love Santa and the Easter bunny and no religious PR campaign will change that.