User Profile: Daithi


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  • [12] November 14, 2015 at 3:25pm

    “This moment will be an opportunity to reflect upon and consider how race and culture should relate to creative works such as these.” — Clarion’s President Karen Whitney

    So upon reflection, unless the school is willing to bar white students from minority roles, no plays that contain minority characters or address non-white cultural issues will be performed in the future.

  • [4] November 13, 2015 at 9:15pm

    France decided to not only NOT defend themselves, but they welcomed Muslims with open arms and allowed many neighborhoods in Paris to enact Sharia law where French police stay out of the neighborhoods. They have also embraced the cause of Palestinians as well as reignited hatred for Jews.How has this worked out for the French?
    I really don’t know if opinions in France will start to change.Liberalism runs to their core.
    Maybe if Obama closes Gitmo they will be grateful and not attack us either.

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  • [6] November 2, 2015 at 9:12pm

    I don’t blame Trump. Why should he agree to a debate with 10+ candidates that all get equal time? As the front runner, he can make reasonable demands, such as a candidate needs to be be polling at least at 3% to make the cut. If he is attacked, he should get to respond. Jeb should have to wear a pink tutu if he wants to participate. Etc.

  • [2] October 30, 2015 at 5:58pm

    I think Unalien’s idea is really good. Let the public decide. The top three vote get to be moderators — even if liberals vote too. I’d love to see Rush, Levin, and Beck as moderators.

  • [5] October 30, 2015 at 5:46pm

    They are calling this giant crack the “Gash”. I’m betting some Fracker wants to tap that gash.

    [I wonder how long Blaze editors let this post last before deleting it.]

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  • [16] October 27, 2015 at 7:20pm

    The article states — Rowling’s signature spawned a number of online messages attacking her as a “Zionist”.

    Many leftist throw around the “Zionist” charge like it is something really bad, but a Zionist is just someone who believes that Jews should be able to have their homeland in Israel. Well… I am an unrepentant Zionist a hole, and I’m not even Jewish.

  • [10] October 27, 2015 at 6:57pm

    Charles Krauthammer was right on Fox tonight. His point was that Republicans will screw this up and it will blow up in their faces. They couldn’t win the argument over Benghazi when they had a clearly winning hand. They don’t have the two-thirds vote in the Senate, so this is an exercise in futility. The proper approach is to win the White House and THEN appoint independent IGs and special prosecutors to send people like Lois Learner to prison.

    I would go further and add Benghazi, Fast and Furious, and others to that list. If the current administration obstructed Congress in their role in oversight then send them to prison. We need the White House for that to happen.

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  • [4] October 26, 2015 at 8:28pm

    Republicans supported Bush when he pushed No Child Left Behind. Now liberals are rewriting Federal control of local education policy.

    This is why I won’t vote for liberal Republicans. Period. They let the camel’s nose under the tent, or boil the frog slowly, or pick your metaphor. If liberals wanted to take over local education policy conservatives would fight it, but they let it pass when a Republican proposes it, and now can’t say anything when liberals start ratcheting it up.

  • [4] October 26, 2015 at 7:00pm

    I agree with Beck. This is like asking people to vote on a dog turd sandwich or a goat turd sandwich. You can scream all you want about how bad a goat turd sandwich is, and Beck (or me) must be in favor of eating dog turd sandwiches — but we aren’t going to vote for a turd sandwich at all. If you want to get all invested in picking your turd then knock yourself out.

    Said another way: Let’s vote on how quickly to boil the frog. Democrats want to boil it quickly. MANY Republicans want to boil it at a slower rate. Yet they both want to boil the frog. If I’m the frog — I refuse to vote if those are my only choices.

  • [15] October 25, 2015 at 5:13pm

    Would not want to be a Jimmy Fallon intern right now —

    “Intern! Jimmy needs help wiping his butt!”

  • [19] September 27, 2015 at 4:16pm

    If you are offended by a man in uniform — then this should be grounds for deportation.

    If you are a hospital administrator that tries to keep service members out of public view then you should get deported too — and I don’t care if you were born in the U.K. or if your family goes back generations. Bye-bye. Hope you enjoy your new homeland’s culture.

  • [15] September 23, 2015 at 8:08pm

    I remember a time when there were only three networks and ALL reporting was slanted to the left. When the networks had a panel on the air, it would be three liberals and one conservative. If you wanted to hear a conservative viewpoint, you needed to watch PBS (Buckley or McLaughlin).

    Fox News is #1 in the ratings because they provided a conservative viewpoint. You may not like everything Fox News says, or all of their hosts. However, given a choice between Fox News and Donald Trump — I’ll pick Fox every time.

  • [5] September 23, 2015 at 7:53pm

    It was either a stupid intern who doesn’t understand this part of history because WWII happened 50 years before he was born (and schools suck).

    Or it was a really smart intern who saw this graphic and thought “I bet these idiots will show this graphic without noticing — and it’s going to be funny.”

  • September 23, 2015 at 1:41am

    For those of you who agree with Trump and think that Megyn Kelly is a lightweight and overrated, let’s compare her against other journalist in the media. Just who do you think is a better journalist?

    Christiane Amanpour
    Bret Baier
    Martin Bashir
    Wolf Blitzer
    Tom Brokaw
    Anderson Cooper
    Katie Couric
    Chris Cuomo
    Ann Curry
    Sam Donaldson
    Nancy Grace
    David Gregory
    Ted Koppel
    Matt Lauer
    Jim Lehrer
    Rachel Maddow
    Andrea Mitchell
    Piers Morgan
    Bill Moyers
    Bill O’Reilly
    Keith Olbermann
    Scott Pelley
    Jorge Ramos
    Dan Rather
    Geraldo Rivera
    Shepard Smith
    George Stephanopoulos
    Greta Van Susteren
    Chris Wallace
    Brian Williams

    Megyn Kelly is no lightweight. She is certainly not overrated. She smokes everyone of those journalist, and every other journalist of whom you can think. She is F’ing outstanding!

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  • [36] September 22, 2015 at 6:31pm

    The term “skeptic” implies a logic based scientific disagreement of climate change. Therefore, the AP now recommends that those who refuse to accept mainstream climate science be referred to as “doubters”. The mainstream scientists, such as MIT’s Dr. Richard Lindzen, who disagree with the climate science shall henceforth be referred to as “Climate Science Traitors”.

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  • [24] September 22, 2015 at 6:16pm

    “We have apologized to both Haag and his family and are very appreciative of his service to our country,” Huguely,of American Airlines, added.

    Not so much that they would treat him with the respect he deserves, or to train their employees correctly, or to fire employees that disrespect our disabled vets. It’s kinda like that phone message you hear when you call their complaint line — “We appreciate your business…” [Just not so much that we would hire enough people to answer the phone.]

    Actions speak louder than words.

  • [68] September 18, 2015 at 11:44pm

    I’d just like to see a reporter ask her, “On Friday, Americans watched you make a commitment to little kids, and then you made those kids cry by deciding to not keep your word. Why should Americans believe you will follow through with anything you say on the campaign trail? In general, why should they believe in your honesty at all?”

    Oh right, she doesn’t permit questions from the press.

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  • [2] September 5, 2015 at 1:43am

    I find it infuriating when liberal hosts make accusations of being “divisive”.

    Here is how I would have answered–

    When Glenn Beck had his TV show on Fox, he devoted over a week of shows to highlighting the accomplishments of our Black founding fathers. He has also arranged a massive peace rally on the Lincoln Mall with Rev. King’s daughter. He is now doing this “Never Again is Now” rally. This is not divisive. This is inclusive. It does not get more inclusive than this!

    Contrast this with the likes of Al Sharpton. Come to think of it. What has ANYONE on CNN done that is more inclusive than Glenn Beck. What has anyone on CNN done to celebrate the achievements of minorities in this nation. Are any of them willing to highlight Blacks, Hispanics, and other people of color that aren’t Liberals? When is the last time someone on their network had something good to say about Clarence Thomas, Marco Rubio, Condoleezza Rice, Ted Cruz, Ben Carson, etc. So who is actually divisive? Is it the conservative commentator? Or is the liberal talking heads? I’ll remind you of this last bit of inclusiveness that was aired on your network — “Hands up don’t shoot.” You F’ing Moron!

    (Then again, I’m not a pastor.)

  • [8] September 4, 2015 at 1:10am

    Oddly, the Germans don’t even deny the Holocaust, but look upon this aspect of their history with shame.

    Yet entire nations of Muslims are denying that the Holocaust ever occurred, and are still advocating for a final solution.

  • [124] August 26, 2015 at 5:20pm

    I think it is genetics. Her last name is Csapilla. Obviously one of her ancestors couldn’t spell either.

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