Race has everything to do with this situation and you know it! In case you haven’t noticed, the black community produces more degenerates than any other “community” in this country. You can wear your politically correct blinders all you want but you can’t deny statistics. A fact is a fact. It might not be pretty, but to shy away from the truth out of cowardice is downright shameful and despicable.
The black community is in shambles and it starts at the family level; single parent homes, dads that are MIA, thug culture, etc.
Again, you can always find bad apples in every group but the black community has far more bad apples than any other community. To deny this is to deny reality.
 April 11, 2015 at 5:37pm
Al Sharpton statement in 5….4….3….2……..oh wait…….never mind. Nothing to see here but a group of gentle giants trying to peacefully enjoy a movie when some racist began flaunting her white privilege at them.
Race has no place in the situation.If you are in a theater, you need to be respectful of everyone else. I don’t get to make so much noise that others can’t hear the movie. again, race doesn’t matter. when I tell someone to be quiet in a theater, I’m thinking about the fact that I paid money to watch the movie, not listen to someone’s rude ,loud ,obnoxious behavior.I couldn’t care less what “color” they are. Rudeness is not a color, it’s an attitude,and learned behavior.
 April 3, 2015 at 8:56pm
Let’s see, golly……with the exception of Ron Paul, i have never voted for a republican or a democrat….i am a libertarian……an atheist……i’m against abortion…..i’m pro gay marriage ( any marriage, really )……i was against the war in Iraq, as well as the patriot act. So, yeah…….i am pretty different.
The real question to ask is:
How are you any different than any of the other trolls here?
You seem pretty average to me, pal.
 April 3, 2015 at 8:18pm
“I ain’t no ways tired”
 April 3, 2015 at 8:17pm
“I thought i knew how blatant pandering could be, then i saw this ad. It’s a whole new level of asskissery”.
Roll the Hillary Clinton “i ain’t no ways tired” footage, please.
 April 3, 2015 at 8:12pm
Attacking his wife…
Talk about “the war on women”.
You’re about as low class as they come.
 April 3, 2015 at 8:06pm
What makes me a moron, golly? Because i have an opinion that you don’t like? How open-minded and tolerant of you? You deserve a cookie!
 April 3, 2015 at 7:11pm
I’m an atheist and i love this guy. I love the ad, as well
I don’t like media matters so i don’t know what they say. I get my facts from studying history. I would suggest that you try the same and not just regurgitating over-the-top and hyper emotional knee-jerk neocon talking points.
I also highly doubt that you have spoken to such people. That is just a little too convenient, don’t ya think?
I suggest you read up on the history of Saddam. Saddam’s motives were not the same as those of ISIS. Saddam was a brutal dictator whose only priority was to stay in power and gain as much wealth as possible.
ISIS is motivated be religion, with their goal being to restore the Caliphate and there is no amount of blood that they aren’t willing to shed to achieve their goals.
I agree. The Iraq war a a huge mistake, Libsknowbetter.
My question to you is, do you feel the same way about the war in Afghanistan? If so, does that make Obama an “assistant clown”, seeing as how he doubled the size of that war and because more troops died in Afghanistan under his watch than had died under Bush?
April 3, 2015 at 8:32am
“We have to deal with today, not cry over spilled milk of yesterday”
No, sir. We must learn from our past. If we do not, we will most definitely be doomed to repeat the same mistakes over and over and over and over again…..hence our interventionist foreign policy.
April 3, 2015 at 8:06am
Removing Saddam was a terrible mistake which gave rise to ISIS in that region.
We can all agree that Saddam was a bad man. He did some terrible and brutal things to his people. With that being said, he also suppressed the Islamic extremists within Iraq. bin Laden, himself, called Saddam an infidel and sought approval from the Saudis to take him out.
Removing Saddam created a void in which Islamic extremists were allowed to flourish.
The same thing happened in Egypt………the same thing happened in Libya…….the same thing will happen in Syria.
The United states took over Iraq in order to impose a central banking system - their own. And that's why they target Iran who wants nothing more than to manage their own currency. How dare they not submit to the authority of the central bank - owned by globalists trying to establish a new world order.
 April 3, 2015 at 7:56am
Removing Saddam created a void in which extremism was allowed to grow like a cancer. The same thing happened in Libya…..the same thing happened in Egypt…….the same thing will happen in Syria.
Saddam was a bad man. We can all agree on that, but he also suppressed the Islamic extremists. In fact, bin Laden openly called him an infidel and sought approval from the Saudis to take him out.
Our government, via our interventionist foreign policy, is handing the middle east over to the extremists.
Saddam was as maniacal and bloodthirsty as ISIS.
Have you done any research on this? How old are you? Do you know the actual history? Not the Media Matters version?
Have you talked to an Iraqi about this? I have.
Ask them how they miss having their daughters hauled off to Uday and Qusay’s rape houses where they were tortured by Saddams psychotic sons who would do heroin and Viagra at the same time for days on end of rape and torture.
Ask them how they felt about the American soldier. Have you? I have and they loved the American soldier and felt safe when they were in their towns and did not want them to leave. The C.I.A. were the people they feared.
Ask the Kurds how the liked being gassed with mustard and nerve gas…ah yes, the good ole days.
Ask them what really caused todays mess, include all the other countries you listed.
Barack Hussein Obama will be their answer.
I don't like media matters so i don't know what they say. I get my facts from studying history. I would suggest that you try the same and not just regurgitating over-the-top and hyper emotional knee-jerk neocon talking points.
I also highly doubt that you have spoken to such people. That is just a little too convenient, don't ya think?
I suggest you read up on the history of Saddam. Saddam's motives were not the same as those of ISIS. Saddam was a brutal dictator whose only priority was to stay in power and gain as much wealth as possible.
ISIS is motivated be religion, with their goal being to restore the Caliphate and there is no amount of blood that they aren't willing to shed to achieve their goals.
March 27, 2015 at 11:34am
There is no money in cures.
 March 27, 2015 at 10:55am
I’m outraged because this song makes my ears bleed, not because it supposedly promotes homosexuality…..which it clearly doesn’t if you actually listen to the lyrics…..but because it is a terrible song. Period. End of story.
I’m outraged at what passes for country music these days. Give me Waylon, Johnny, and DAC any day of the week over this nonsense.