User Profile: Dale Hogue

Dale Hogue

Member Since: July 30, 2011

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  • February 11, 2014 at 7:48pm

    What difference does it make how members of Congress voted on this bill – and any other bill that Barack Hussein Obama wants passed by Congress. He is now the dictator of the United States and the Constitution is no longer the law of these states. There appears to be only one way to end the Obama era, but nobody in either political party has the guts to do the job. It’s a disgusting and a very frustrating problem. I never expected that our Constitutional Republic would die in this manner, but today’s vote in the House of Representatives has hammered in the last nail needed to finish the trillion coffin that will be used to bury our Republic under still another trillion dollar debt, then another, then another. Is it already too late to save the Union? Sadly, the answer is yes.

  • December 21, 2013 at 12:33pm

    All new born babies are “me oriented.” They honestly believe the world – at least the world in which they are living- revolves around them and what they want. If they later claim to be born “gay” then they believe that they can do whatever it is that “gays” find important in their lives. They have the right to do so. I, not being gay or claiming to be born gay, do not agree with their opinion on what they can do to themselves or to other gays, but that doesn’t give me the right to change their opinion about themselves and their “gayness”. I’m not a homosexual nor do I have thoughts of being a homosexual, but I do have opinions on what homosexuals do sexually. They can do whatever they want sexually if that is what they want to do. That I find their actions repugnant is of no consequence in matters related to their “gayness.” It’s just the opinion that I hold and it shouldn’t be a factor in their relationship with me. Jus’ saying ;-)

  • December 21, 2013 at 12:21pm

    All new born babies are “Me oriented”, those who become civilized by their parents are less oriented toward what they want to do in life. People who
    say they believe they have been born “gay” are acting uncivilized if they decide to follow the so-called “gay lifestyle”. That is my opinion and I have the right to this opinion no matter who employs me during my lifetime. If I express this opinion and my employer fires me, then I feel that they are being unfair to me. Are they acting unconstitutionally? I’m not sure, but it does seem that their actions are unfair to me. Jus’ saying ;-)

  • December 1, 2013 at 6:30am

    How do we do that? Do we take out an advertisement in our local paper? Do we write a letter to our Congressman or Congresswoman or to our Senator or do we send emails to them? We – short of marching in the street bearing torches and pitchforks – don’t seem to
    make much of an impression on “our” representatives in Congress in either House. We
    sure as hell don’t impress the non-American citizen president from Kenya. To bad we can’t legally “slap him upside the head!” He certainly doesn’t seem impressed by any mundane things like the United States Constitution. I don’t know the answer to the problem, so I’m just blowing smoke in the wind like all the rest of us.

  • November 20, 2013 at 3:22pm

    “This American believes that all our laws stem from the rights set forth in the Constitution of the United States of America. This American believes that Congress shall make no law that establishes a National or State religion that forces all citizens to worship that religion. This American believes that Congress shall make no laws that abridges the rights of a free press to publish any information that it can prove to be true and factual. This American believes that Congress shall make no laws that abridge the rights of people to peaceably assemble. This American believes that Congress shall make no laws that abridge the right to petition the Government for redress of grievances.” Do the words look familiar to you? They should. They are in the Constitution of the United States along with many more that spell out what our American rights are. Apparently Barack Hussein Obama hasn’t read this document or he has read it but he doesn’t agree with what it says. Here is one for you that isn’t in the Constitution but should be: This American believes that character is an issue when it comes to leadership. Here again, Barack Hussein Obama believes that power is more important than honesty and character. Here is another one that this American believes: Countries have borders to keep undesirable people out. Barack Hussein Obama wants to give law breaking illegal immigrants the right to be American citizens. I believe he is wrong and all who think as does are also wro

    In reply to the contribution I Told You So: Obama Really Stole the Election

  • November 20, 2013 at 2:29pm

    One hundred fifty years ago and “Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

    Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that Nation, or any Nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure… this nation, under God – Please Note Mr. Obama – shall have a new birth of freedom — and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

    In reply to the contribution I Told You So: Obama Really Stole the Election

  • November 20, 2013 at 2:02pm

    Barack Hussein Obama was raised and educated as a Muslim – this makes him a Muslim whether his Democratic Party supporters believe it or not. Barack Hussein Obama was born in Kenya. His father was not an American citizen, therefore he is not an American citizen and he is ineligible – not a legal
    citizen – and should be removed from the office of the president by impeachment. He attended three American colleges as a foreign student using the funds that are setup for foreign students. This makes him a thief, a crooked person and a liar. He was not a good student in high school or college, so he locked up all of his academic records and has paid to keep this record from the public. He has governed by fiat and has ignored the Congress and the United States Constitution. This makes him a dictator. He should be arrested and brought before the court of opinion and the legal courts in our national government. If we the people don’t force this issue, then this Muslim non-American citizen will continue his fraudulent actions against the American people and the United States Constitution.
    Jus’ saying ;-)

    In reply to the contribution I Told You So: Obama Really Stole the Election

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  • November 20, 2013 at 1:37pm

    Nixon wasn’t impeached and no Articles of Impeachment were ever drawn up or written or presented to the House of Representatives. Apparently you Democrats can’t win anything without lying or cheating.

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  • November 20, 2013 at 1:33pm

    Your side cheated in order for your side to win. We are going to continue to remind you that you belong to a crooked organization that can only win an election by cheating. You
    shouldn’t be proud of this crooked organization, but you are. And that is not the biggest problem America has today: the biggest problem is that we have a non-American citizen half-breed living in our White House that was elected twice by your crooked political organization. Sadly, you don’t care how he won. Your only concern was that your side won. Frankly, your side sucks, big time.

  • October 21, 2013 at 4:47pm

    Steve, you, Sir, are wrong in you opinion post. Sarah is more of a man than you are. How do I know? Because you have got the balls Sarah has, because you’re a whiner it comes through in how you criticized Sarah Palin in your post.
    It is you, Sir, who has the short memory. You are right about how dangerous the people are who twist things “for their own advantage,” because that is exactly what you did in your own written post. Jus’ saying ;-)

  • October 14, 2013 at 6:42pm

    They do work for us – however, before they work for us, they make sure that they first take good care of themselves – financially, that is. I could be wrong about this, but I’m fairly sure that I’m not. Jus’ saying ;-)

  • September 1, 2013 at 1:10pm

    I’m Dale Hogue and I decided to give my opinion in writing on this page about the article and some of the posts. Please be courteous in your reply to my remarks, I offend easily. “In the first place, our president is not legitimate because he is a citizen of another country. His father was a Black Kenyan and a British subject who was married when he impregnated Obama’s mother. The conception was instantaneous and final. To his mother’s credit, she didn’t subscribe to killing her own unborn child.
    Obama, the child, was born in Kenya – not in Hawaii. If that fact makes me a “Birther”, then I’m a full blown “Birther.,” because that is what I believe. Obama doesn’t make his own decisions. They are all made by his “Puppet Masters”. That’s why he takes so much time “to make up his mind” on any subject pertaining to how his administration is run or what his administration wants to do about any problem you can name. Bomb Syria? The Puppet Masters are still thinking this one over. He will let us know when they let him know what he is supposed to think about this matter. Confused? You’re one of some 150 million American adults who have the same problem you’re having. Chances are that the Puppet Masters will decide that Obama must get permission from Congress so Congress can be blamed if this whole attacking thing blows up in Obama’s face. That’s Obama’s modus operandi.
    Live with it or die frustrated.

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  • September 1, 2013 at 12:50pm

    Obama, the Kenyan president, doesn’t decide anything until his Puppet Masters tell him what his decision is! That is how he has operated since he was selected to be our future president for life.
    The Puppet Masters have been running the most important part of Obama’s show in our capital.
    Nothing the posters write here will change any of it, so don’t get all bent out of shape if you don’t
    agree with the poster’s post that you’re reading at the moment.

  • August 29, 2013 at 7:36pm

    Chris Mathews has an emotional problem and an intellectual problem which is a only a small part what he has to deal with on a daily basis during his journalistic career. In my humble journalistic opinion, nobody, least of Barack Hussein Obama, is perfect. To preach to us that Barack Obama
    is a perfect human being and a perfect president misses the journalistic mark by a huge margin and that is a sad comment for me to make because Chris has been, in the past, a favorite of many of those who now criticize him for his Obama butt kissing exploits during his MSNBC program. Jus’ saying ;-)

  • August 29, 2013 at 7:20pm

    I wonder if Chris Mathews reads these posts. If he does, he might not like what I wrote in this post.
    I taught lower income students in a public high school which was a part of the third largest public school district in Los Angeles County for many years. In my experience, I never had a student who slept in my class, lied to me about needing to go to the restroom and then wandered the campus and wind up shooting basketball balls in the gym or who smoked marijuana on campus with his buddies or sold dope to the other students, or copied other student’s work and turned it in under his name – all of these actions were a part of Barry Soetoro’s modus operandi while a so-called student at Punahou Academy. Aren’t these the actions of Chris Mathews “perfect human being?” Jus’ asking ;-)

  • August 24, 2013 at 12:27am

    Rush says more important things about important topics in one of his daily sessions than the Muslim from Kenya has said in the last 5 or 6 years. I haven’t missed listening to Rush Limbaugh since he started his program on the national level and I plan on listening to him as long his program remains on the radio. Obama, the non-American citizen president, hasn’t the intelligence or the balls to take Rush on in a face to face debate on what is best for this Constitutional Republic. Jus’ saying ;-)

  • July 28, 2013 at 1:53pm

    Nobody is perfect in this world of ours. Even sweet milk gets old and sours. Nobody knows why it works that way, but it does, so don’t wrinkle you nose when a flower dies and its petals close. It’s just doing its thing and that is why nobody should sniffle, snuffle and cry when things get old, wither and die, for nothing is perfect in this life we choose. Some days we wind, other days we lose. Perfection? Not for you, certainly not for me. Try opening your eyes and you will see in life, nothing is perfect. We mortals find that seeking perfection is a state of mind.

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  • July 28, 2013 at 1:40pm

    The perverts in the White House all also liars, socialists, communists, Muslim lovers and fruitcakes, but the members of the mainstream media totally cover their back sides so that the least informed among us continue to vote for them every election. At one time in our American history there were not enough of these uninformed voters to vote in nincompoops and half-black illegal immigrants to important positions in our federal government, but that has all changed. The Democratic Party, since its founding by Andrew Jackson in 1828, has been gradually gaining more and more control over how some of the ignorant voters among us think and how they act in regards to American traditions and values. Bit by bit these Socialistic democrats have turned this country away from the constitutional government founded by those members of the first Constitutional convention until they now have put in place a government controlled by those who enslave all citizens who do not believe as they do. It won’t get better, it can only get worse unless enough patriotic American citizens turn away, in any way legally possible, those who do not believe as we believe.
    Dale Hogue is the author of the book “Email Connectors and Mr. Hogue’s Wisdom”

  • July 25, 2013 at 1:43pm

    Wow, have you read all the posts today? If 51% of the American voters are as angry as these posters, then the 2014 mid term elections is going to be even more explosive than the 2010 election – at least for the Democratic Party. Chances are that this isn’t the case, but the thoughts expressed in these posts have heated up this posting page more so than I’ve seen on any posting page on any subject I’ve read since the illegal immigrant, Barack Hussein Obama, illegally occupied our White House after an illegal election.
    Dale Hogue is the author of the book “Email Connectors and Mr. Hogue’s Wisdom”

  • July 19, 2013 at 12:14am

    There are people who are clever and there are people who think they are clever. Which category would you put Maher? For his information – FHI – Zimmerman was found to be NOT GUILTY by a lawful jury after government prosecution lawyers were given a chance to destroy him personally. This fact seems to be lost on people like Maher and several million black Americans who don’t appear to understand how the law works in this country.