User Profile: dangergirl

dangergirl

Member Since: July 12, 2011

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  • [7] October 18, 2014 at 1:51pm

    I feel extreme shame when I watch this. I honestly don’t know if I’d have the courage to do this. My head says stop air travel to and from this country. My heart says help them. These people are saints in my book.

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  • [3] October 18, 2014 at 1:32pm

    While we’re bleeding from every orifice, potus will be safe in an underground bunker eating Kobe beef and arugula. DO NOT fly on any airline that services ebola outbreak hot zones. Potus won’t do it, so we have to.

  • [5] October 18, 2014 at 1:26pm

    Anyone and anything could be called “idiotic beasts”. This beast, namely the Catholic church, has done many good things. And yes, many bad things. That is because men and women are inherently weak. The root of this faith, is and will always be, true and good. Libertarians and socialists are also “idiotic beasts” because their followers and proponents are also weak and mortal. I put my faith in God, always, because He knows that regardless of the labels we humans put on ourselves and the values we associate with those labels, He has given us the gift of “free will” to make those choices. Remove the labels and what do you have? A bunch of flawed, but promising people, who have the choice of doing right or wrong. I choose to call myself Catholic, but I know that God sees me for what I am. His child, who tries to live the way He wants me to, but fails more often than not.

  • [15] October 18, 2014 at 12:46pm

    This is how people are supposed to be. This shouldn’t be a front page story. We should be living this every day of our lives. Our society has made doing the right thing “uncool”, and doing the wrong thing “cool”. Only sheeple find that to be important.

  • [2] October 16, 2014 at 3:30pm

    My family, friends, associates and I will not book flights on any airlines known to service ebola hot zone areas. When a U.S. hospital has been proven to have ambiguous containment procedures when dealing with ebola patients and contaminated waste, just how are the airlines transporting people from ebola hot zones supposed to be any better?

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  • [1] October 15, 2014 at 5:27pm

    Excuse me conservative freaks, could you please step into the 3X3 ft. cubicle (located in the basement next to the janitors closet (which by the way is bigger) otherwise known as our free speech zone. And if you continue to do your free speech thing on this publicly funded campus you must take the consequences. Like what? Experience Freedom? Or Liberty? Do these progressive schmucks ever listen to themselves? They sound like a bunch of namby pamby idiots who constantly need a set of instructions to get through the day. They can’t understand people who actually make decisions for themselves. I’d pity them if I didn’t know how many of them hold positions of power. Just pathetic.

  • [2] October 14, 2014 at 1:10pm

    If Romney runs to foil Ted Cruz or Rand Paul’s chances I will launch a write in campaign to foil him or any other rhino, who thinks we’ll take what they give us. We MUST have change. We are done holding our noses. Mark Levin said that he would become an independent if Romney tries to destroy Cruz or Paul’s chances, I think I’m in pretty good company saying that we will not have these rhinos shoved down our collective throats again.

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  • [3] October 14, 2014 at 12:58pm

    A few years ago I attended a conference in St. Louis county with notable medical officials, who outlined their strategy for containing a smallpox outbreak. Concentric circles or perimeters from an area of infection were contained and controlled, to prevent the spread of infection. Obama and CDCs so called strategy is absolutely counter to that. The question must be, what does Obama and the CDC gain by ignoring logical protocol to contain and limit an infectious outbreak in the U.S.? Not only ebola, but other contagious diseases that are/will continue to come across our borders via illegal aliens. If someone writes a book on what NOT to do to prevent widespread contagion, they need only reference Obama and the CDCs politically motivated stupidity and ineptitude.

  • [7] October 14, 2014 at 12:37pm

    And now WHO increases the tax on tobacco based products. When we know the tobacco based drug/cure used on Dr. Brantley was successful. Perhaps the WHO thinks Americans can’t put 2 and 2 together.

  • [15] October 14, 2014 at 12:33pm

    I thought the same thing also. The cure that saved Dr. Brantley was a tobacco based product. Could it be possible that smokers may have a resistance to ebola as a result? I know other things are added to the tobacco when cigarettes are made, but it would be interesting to see if smoking tobacco might actually inhibit or prevent full blown ebola.

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  • [6] October 12, 2014 at 2:18pm

    React. That’s all O and his administration does. Prayers for the nurse and prayers for our men and women being sent into the path of this mass murderer without a face but a name. Ebola. And their so-called protective suits are supposed to be any better? No way. If I was being sent to any of the ebola outbreak countries I would refuse and take the consequences. They must ask themselves if they trust Obama or his cohorts to keep them safe.

  • [5] October 11, 2014 at 1:26pm

    “Delicate situations”? Are you insane? The kid is holding a crayon and says “pew” “pew”, and that’s a “delicate situation”? That’s being a child. So many people are willing to perpetuate this insanity. How do you look yourself in the mirror? And don’t they ask themselves what lies and insanity they are NOT willing to perpetuate in the name of what? Safety? Political correctness? Protocol? Nazi Germany all over again. I just don’t understand, and never want to understand how people can allow themselves to become sheep.

  • [1] October 11, 2014 at 1:07pm

    She probably called Robert Downey after this event and asked him to give his Ironman suit to BO. Yeah, that would give him all the power he needs. Because, like, Ironman is real, and like BO is really a superhero, and like, dah what was I saying….. She’s in desperate need of tofu therapy.

  • [2] October 10, 2014 at 1:55pm

    Someone suggested these thugs should move somewhere else. Thank you. From the bottom of this Missouri residents heart. You can have em. The sooner the better. Get them the heck out of my city/state.

  • [1] October 8, 2014 at 3:13pm

    Panetta’s motives are to provide duck and cover for Hilary. I know what these jerks are gonna do, before they know they’re gonna do it.

  • [2] October 8, 2014 at 3:05pm

    Boycott amaruk . Nothing speaks louder than empty coffers.

  • [1] October 8, 2014 at 2:53pm

    God knew us completely while we were still in the womb. What an awesome thing. I’ve had excruciating back pain that left me screaming. Literally. I’ve begged God for an end to the pain when it was really bad. But that “end” did not mean death. When the time comes, as God has planned, I hope that I have the courage to endure even more pain. I’d rather go naturally, even though there could be pain, than throw this beautiful gift He gave me back at Him. Honestly though, I can’t say if I’ll be brave enough. The lady in this story wants to live and die on her own terms. God gives us free will to make these decisions. What if she told herself to wait one more day? What could she change or have changed in that one extra day?

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  • [10] October 6, 2014 at 2:13pm

    You’re sick of hearing about this, and we in St. Louis are sick of living it. This crowd wants the officer involved in the shooting to be arrested without a trial. They are like children stomping their feet when they can’t get what they want. They are, and will continue destroying Ferguson and areas surrounding it. I’ve spoken with a few St. Louis county police officers, who basically say that no matter what they do, they are vilified. This crowd views everything from the perspective of every white person is a racist, and black people cannot be racist because they have no power. Hence, black on black crime continues unabated because blacks seemingly have no value unless they are killed by white people. And on it goes……

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  • October 6, 2014 at 1:57pm

    Killing any animal just to say you killed it is wrong. Killing an animal to provide food should be quick and as painless as possible. It is not something to be gleeful about. It is necessary though. This woman refers to chickens as “girls” and “sisters”. That is just lunacy. And more than likely she’s pro-death (choice) when it comes to abortion.

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  • [3] October 2, 2014 at 3:42pm

    Think of everything/everyone Duncan came into contact with via his bodily fluids. Meaning after he presented symptoms: Any person/surface that was splattered or came into contact his with bodily fluids from coughing, sneezing or vomiting, dirty clothes with bodily fluids, items used for eating, bathroom surfaces, bottoms of shoes with body fluids, phones, computers, etc. etc. How long can ebola survive on these surfaces? How many times were they touched before ebola was confirmed? How can every single droplet of infected body fluid from Duncan be eradicated if he can’t remember exactly where he may have sneezed, coughed, vomited, touched a surface with infected body fluid on his hands, eaten, urinated or defecated, etc. etc. I’m not a doctor, but trying to track every single body fluid that leaves a persons body leaves a huge amount of surfaces that would need to be decontaminated if that person was infectious. Yet the CDC keeps telling us how hard it is to contract ebola and that everything is under control. Oh yeah, and what about any insect bites Duncan or infected contacts may have had while contagious? That mosquito, bee, flea, bedbug, etc. may have bitten or stung how many other people-animals? Believe me, I could go on all day with the possibilities. Bottom line, look after yourself and don’t believe the BS coming out of CDC.

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