User Profile: dnewton

dnewton

Member Since: January 17, 2011

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  • August 27, 2016 at 11:58pm

    When racism was made illegal, many thought it would disappear. But, it looks like it just made it worse. If someone hires you, rents a house to you, lets you marry their different race spouse, or doesn’t call you a bad name, it does not mean they are not a racist. At least when racism was legal, people who were racist were easy to identify and avoid. Now they could be your neighbor or maybe a cousin. They might work with you and plot against you because of affirmative action. They might even teach your children and pretend to like you so that can do something bad later. The paranoia is rising.

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  • [-1] August 26, 2016 at 10:24am

    Less than 10% have the stomach for deporting 11 million people. Open borders is a failure because it just causes another category of injustices. Open borders rewards bad behavior locally and in foreign countries. It rewards mismanagement and corruption everywhere. Open borders evolves into a series of amnesties glued together indefinitely. Most people do not want it but when the president and the congress won’t act, there is a permissive atmosphere that breeds more lawlessness. We don’t seem to be able to even define bad behavior because it isn’t bad until it impacts the individual in real time. Open borders has become just another harmless vice like dope smoking, fornication, gay marriage and adultery. It isn’t bad, and you dare not call it bad until it creates a bad story or injustice with your name in it.

  • August 26, 2016 at 10:03am

    Checking your finances and insurance: Wallet Biopsy

  • [1] August 26, 2016 at 1:36am

    One of the unintended consequences of deleting the e-mails is that it leaves a chance that Assange could make up an e-mail like: Huma: The last time you borrowed my broom, you forgot to turn the cloaking device off and it ran the proton pack down. In the future, Always do the complete checklist before dismounting. The only way to defend against such an event would be for a backup copy to be saved, probably one of her lawyers has it.

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  • [1] August 26, 2016 at 1:27am

    How can you sabotage a party that is failing to represent the people who are conservative? How can you sabotage a party that ran McCain and Romney? How can you sabotage a party that failed to resist Obamacare effectively and helped to increase the debt? Can the Titanic be sabotaged?

  • [2] August 26, 2016 at 1:24am

    The more you reward bad behavior, the more bad behavior you get. Letting illegals stay is rewarding bad behavior. It is also rewarding the Liberals for failure to enforce the law so that they could import more voters. That is why illegals must never be allowed to vote. The more voters they import, the safer they feel in ignoring the legal voters.

  • [11] August 26, 2016 at 1:16am

    I think she is right about there being no unified and single book but there is no such thing as good sharia that can be confused with bad sharia. For people who are horrified at the thought of deporting 11 million illegals and totally comfortable with any middle eastern version of sharia, I would say that was an automatic identification of brain damage.

  • [5] August 26, 2016 at 1:12am

    I have always assumed that the attraction to Islam is the taxation. It is low for Muslims and very “progressive” for the fraction of non-muslims that are allowed to exist. It is often said that the reason the Arabs took over the waring Roman and Persian empires was that Roman and Persian taxes were far higher than those proposed by the Arabs. Another tax related difficulty resulted in what we now call Spain. Muslims were so successful that the conversions to Islam threatened the treasury. Converts were asked to continue to pay the non-Muslim tax, even after they converted to maintain the local empire.

  • [4] August 26, 2016 at 1:05am

    In post modern America, every book is subject to human interpretation. This interpretation usually takes the form of deconstruction until the subject matter no longer threatens to inform or be of any value.

  • [5] August 25, 2016 at 4:28pm

    What we have here is a failure to prioritize. Next time, save the bureaucrats last.

  • August 24, 2016 at 11:51am

    Liberals are immediate gratification people. They will never agree to that and have already rejected the offer in congress.

  • August 24, 2016 at 11:49am

    What is ironic is that Socialist should be the ones who hate immigrants, especially those who come as economic refugees. Our tax system is based on the harvesting of disproportional resources from the wealthy. When they say “No More”, the game is up. Very few people live long enough to pay for their own high school education let alone the other services they consume. That is why we must have a death tax. The immigrants that they are allowing to come here will cost the government more than they will ever give back. This used to be called foreign aid, when we sent money to prop up failing foreign governments. Now we call it open borders. We are sinking so fast that the foreigners are now sending the US aid through the Clinton Foundation.

  • [2] August 24, 2016 at 12:25am

    Methodist need to quit tilting toward accepting gay relationships as normal. One Methodist Church in my area recently took the Methodist sign down out front because of the close vote he’d this year. This massive glacier is calving as we speak.

  • [2] August 24, 2016 at 12:21am

    I know two Catholics that left the church because of the encouragement of illegals to break immigration law in the US. They are Lutherans now. The Catholic Church was enabling illegals and by logical extension, so were the rank and file in the fews.

  • [1] August 24, 2016 at 12:16am

    I think the open border policy of the Democrats has made it impossible to have the congress come together and negotiate and end to this unacceptable situation. Why should the Democrats try to negotiate an outcome that already is perpetuated by Executive order? The threat of a law and order executive might snap a few back to reality and at least get some give and take going in a lame duck congress. I would not mind illegals staying if they agree not to vote for at least ten to twenty years. I don’t feel like it is my problem that they broke the law but it is my problem that my politicians sat by and allowed it. Letting illegals vote just rewards bad behavior.

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  • [4] August 23, 2016 at 10:23am

    These skinheads are just misunderstood victims of affirmative action and Liberals should have lots of sympathy for all of the years that they have had to suffer under the oppressive government. Open borders makes it even more difficult to get a job and who would want to light up a cross on someones front yard with a solar panel anyway? Wasn’t it Liberals who wanted crazy people out on the streets and homeless, even if they were mentally ill? Skinheads are partially a Liberal invention for the purpose of justifying further Liberal policies. Approval of self administered and self-prescribed illegal drugs does not help anything either.

  • [4] August 23, 2016 at 9:52am

    How do you know the church is anti-gay? What does an anti-gay church do that disqualifies them from helping people? Where is your list of activities that the church must approve? Should they condone stealing, murder, adultery, fornication,lying and cheating at cards to pass your test of purity?

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  • [3] August 23, 2016 at 9:45am

    I was in a hurricane recovery job in Florida about ten years ago and one of the major impacts that the city had was running out of cash. A lot of people tried not to pay their property taxes since their homes were trashed and so the city, Melbourne, just told everyone to pretend that their homes were OK and the insurance company would put them back just like they were. I guess all of the businesses had to pretend that there was power to their computers and that there were still customers spending a lot of money so the city could get sales tax too. Nobody had enough insurance to get back to normal, even if you had insurance, which most of the people in LA don’t have because it was a thousand year flood and thus thought to be silly to have. Melbourne managed to keep going and made sure that you got your permits and made sure the new fence around your pool was meeting codes(or else face a fine). The typical local government furnishes itself with enough money to make sure it can survive until the next tax season and that is about it. Street signs were down and traffic lights were down, and I rarely saw the police. I had to drive 95 miles one way to stay in a motel room. People were driving to Georgia with pick-up trucks and selling shingles out of the back of their trucks when they got back to Melbourne. Some gas stations were pumping gas with an emergency generator. This LA flooding has to be worse because there was no warning or no effective warning.

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  • [1] August 23, 2016 at 12:32am

    Who had the bright idea to let a child or at least a pre adult make decisions about biology? What ever happened to the idea that the school was suppose to substitute its judgement for the parents judgement while the child was under their care. Isn’t that some kind of legal Latin phrase. Why not let the child grade his own papers and assign their own grades?

  • [2] August 21, 2016 at 9:53am

    Wasn’t the Bastille a prison? Pretty soon the prisons will be emptied out for social justice reasons.

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