User Profile: dimbulbz

dimbulbz

Member Since: October 04, 2010

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  • October 25, 2014 at 10:57am

    Oh Jeez, – Really? Anglo nut job,,,Someone needs to tear you down and put up a human being

  • [2] October 13, 2014 at 12:32pm

    Oh, you’re really helpful. Stay home again and make sure the Democrats win again OK?

    News to all: Cavallo prefers Obama to Romney. Is he on our side?

  • [-1] October 13, 2014 at 12:26pm

    Same stuff was said about McCain in the early stages of 2012. McCain would beat Hillary… Blah, blah, blah…

    All you purist conservatives who would stay home and not vote for Romney if Adolf Hitler was his opponent are the problem. Its not about you! We need to win – or the country perishes. GET IT???

    And while you are at it, apologize for your childish stupidity.

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  • [7] October 13, 2014 at 12:19pm

    How much better off would we be right NOW, if Romney were president. Conservatives who refuse to vote are the idiots who brought us this.

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  • [5] October 13, 2014 at 6:33am

    Its not the cross that saves you, it is Christ. He was also flayed for your sins before his crucifixion, I would suggest that you not worship the Cat-o-nine tails either.

  • October 13, 2014 at 6:17am

    Every day I wake up and thank God I live in a Red state. Who cares what a foolish, ignorant clown who’s only skill in life is reading a teleprompter says.

  • [1] October 13, 2014 at 6:07am

    I wouldn’t be surprised if this was deliberate to manufacture a ‘crisis’ that only big government can appear to fix. – right before an election too! Funny how the left never lets a good crisis go to waste. Look how they refuse to stop people from coming here with the disease in the first place. Apparently Obama wants this disease here. As always, he only sees things through the eyes of a political opportunist.

    Hopefully people in the inner cities will be too scared to go out and touch a public Voting machine on election day.

  • [5] October 3, 2014 at 7:29pm

    Once again, what makes total sense to people who dont live in Washington DC turns out to be exact opposite of what these people say.

    The fact that this virus has now shown up on this continent is proof beyond a doubt that someone wants it to. Someone should start a rumor that all the voting machines in the inner cities of liberal towns have been infected with Ebola.

  • [6] October 3, 2014 at 7:07pm

    Ive paid over 300K over the past 30 years into Social Security and Medicare. Thank me very much. In 12 years I’m not going to see a penny of it. Please dont put the Social Security people in with the moochers thieves and drug addicts who suck the sill to live out of the working American. They’ve had that money stolen from them for 40+ years. The fact that evil politicians have squandered that money does not make someone over 65 a freeloader. If I, or my wife can get 25% of the total I’ve paid in, I’ll be surprised beyond belief.

    In reply to the contribution The New Jobs Report Is Pure Fraud

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  • October 1, 2014 at 2:38pm

    50 percent? I wonder what percentage will act on it.

    Hey, if my wife has one, I hope he isn’t a couch potato and he’ll be capable of taking good care of her.

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  • October 1, 2014 at 12:14pm

    ‘Snort! – I think we are becoming funnier and funnier to watch – if it weren’t so pathetic. I feel bad for the Poor people who signed up to defend us. Our government has become a Monty Python skit.

  • [1] September 30, 2014 at 12:13pm

    I dont have a problem with this being workplace violence. He was fired. He came back and used his Islam as an excuse. He’s going to fry for his actions. You want to elevate this guy into a martyr? Just treat him like the POS that he is.

    The excuse anyone uses for killing is not what should be the issue. It should be the killing itself. We used to understand this clearly. This is how we wind up with the garbage we have in our legal system, with preferential treatment based on ones perceived intentions. We should not base punishment on intent. Harder punishment for “meanness” or “hate” or whatever, causes people to think emotionally instead of rationally. I dont want this guy fried for being a Muslim Terrorist, I want him fried because he murdered someone and though his religion may have set him off, some people are just sick in the head, religion doesnt cause that in most people. We have to be careful about giving people cover by blaming choices on a religion or a dogma, when it really is that this guy was just an angry ***hole. He will die, not “For” his religion, but because he committed a horrendous crime and now must pay for it.

  • [4] September 30, 2014 at 10:39am

    Just because someone tells you you cant talk to someone, does not make it so. This reporter is the problem. Apparently, she is under the impression that Michelle is a dictator. Michelle can ask me to not vote Republican, she is perfectly free to ask me no to. But do I have to follow her mandate? – well, so far, no.

    What if President Obama asks everyone to vote the Democratic ticket? Will this reporter start accusing anyone who votes Republican anyway of a crime?

    People tell you what to do all the time. If you are a coward, you bend to their will. If you are not, you do as you please. Where do you fall Ms Kissinger, and just how seasoned a reporter are you?

  • [12] September 30, 2014 at 10:29am

    Its a rule in a GAME. Hopefully “Republicans” have nothing to do with what rules there are in a game. Do we need congress to place a limit on the number of $100 bills you can hold during the game of Monopoly?

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  • September 30, 2014 at 9:59am

    Gods existence is only a question for those who have no interest in the subject.

  • September 30, 2014 at 9:47am

    The NFL can make any rule they want. Its a business. If they want to make a rule banning prayer during a game (which also slows down the game) they can do it. Period. The NFL has a brand to preserve. If your store or business allowed its employees to openly kneel down and pray in front of millions of customers, they would be idiots. Its a distraction which has nothing to do with the game. Let him pray on his own time. Not while on the job and in the employment of the NFL. Same with other celebratory actions. If they distract – they can be penalized for it. No one is going to jail, no one is being persecuted… If he has to pray, then let him and his team deal with the consequences. Dont put a guy out on the field who is going to get penalized every time he touches the ball. If anyone should be upset, its the team he plays for.

    I’d love to see the NFL try to get away with allowing every player who does something to help his team win, be able to sit in front of the camera, and declare how “God” or “My open gayness” or “Satan” helped me to this!

  • [1] September 30, 2014 at 9:32am

    Does your business have a sign out front saying “we dont serve Jews, homos or blacks”? (Of course not!)

    They can say “Every cake we sell must have a Christian theme on it” – or something like “We reserve the right to edit the content of our cakes” so they dont have to frost semi erotic or suggestive images on them.

  • [2] September 30, 2014 at 9:24am

    I think if they had clearly stated that they only do cakes for Christians, they probably would have been OK. Do I think they should be able to refuse services for gays? – of course, but if they do not want to serve people with different beliefs morals or values, they should specify which people are welcome and which are not. This is a cake, not a religion. Before I sell a product, I do not ask people what they believe. Its irrelevant to my business. Now if the couple had asked for something dirty to be put on their cake, the business could say, “sorry, we dont do that”. Did the gay couple ask for something other than a cake? – Like some lezbo-whore thing on top?

    Refusing to depict something is perfectly legit, to refuse someone a cake, because they are a different religion? Well, I’m not so sure. I’m Mormon, and if I walked into a bakery to ask for a cake, (just a cake, no angel Moroni – or something like that) I would be surprised to be denied, simply because I’m not from the same church as they are.

    They would have been smarter (not “righter” just smarter) to say We would be happy to make you a cake, we just dont do “disturbing images” or “weirdness”.

    If someone came to them asking for a cake that read “Happy Hanukkah” Would they refuse them service too?

    Look, its a Bakery. If they were asked to do something pornographic, I understand them saying “no”, but as far as I can tell, it was not the cake, but the “people” who they objected to.

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  • September 16, 2014 at 6:57pm

    tweet #BringOurEbolaHomeNow That’ll fix the problem.

    I’m predicting Ebola “somehow” becomes airborne, just in time for the November Elections. So Obama can stop them. “Never let a good crisis go to waste”.

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  • September 8, 2014 at 11:16pm

    No doubt, This president has made Congress and the Constitution meaningless. Its pathetic, you can scream all you want about his “unconstitutional” behavior, but it is just whistling in the wind.

    We aren’t a constitutional republic. We have become whatever Obama, or whoever is pulling his strings wants us to be. And thus we will remain for the foreseeable future. Until Congress, the presidency, supreme court, press and particularly the American people suddenly get an education on Americas founding principles. We are whatever the press says we are.

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