User Profile: Dougral Supports Israel

Dougral Supports Israel

Member Since: November 24, 2010


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  • [5] October 22, 2014 at 11:17pm

    He still won’t know, he only reads the funnies and the golf articles.

  • [2] October 22, 2014 at 11:16pm

    Its just Obola “leading from behind”. Now that Harper has said it’s terrorism, Obola is comfortable uttering it and he will claim the high ground on it.

  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 11:11pm

    Demagogues like Moore can always find rationalizations for the insane positions they take. In the micro-mind of Moore the attack on the Canadian Parliament is the fault of traditional Americans. Moore will blame Capitalism for the anger of the barbarian hordes in the Middle East,and the actions of their minions here.

  • October 22, 2014 at 10:59pm

    Its good to hear what the crackpots say because they are listened to by people who are in Washington now. The Democrats are pushing the idea of “income inequality” very hard now. Why? Because they want to implement stuff like this.

  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 10:57pm

    The Democrats are about to be introduced to John Galt.

  • October 22, 2014 at 10:55pm

    Social security the way it is done benefits the government spenders more than it does the “beneficiaries”. For as long as SS was pulling a surplus, those dollars represented an easy loan to the Feds. They spent it all and packed the “trust fund”full of debt.

    For the people SS is a loser. Most of the money is taken and immediately transferred to another person. There is no investing and collecting the money later with a healthy investment return. A much better solution would be the 401K model. Invest each person’s contribution in funds under the worker’s name. Allow the money to grow with the economy and its certain that each worker would have much more money available at retirement than they do now.

    Medicare could follow the same model, growing money then the retiree spends it for health care and an insurance policy to spread out the risks.

    The government could and should be kicked out of these programs altogether.

  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 7:11pm

    The long-term (since WWII) tax take by the Feral government stays remarkably close to 18% regardless of the top marginal rate. Given this history its unlikely that the Feds would get much additional revenue. My belief is that some unknown economic principle is imposing the 18% cap.

    A better solution to a lack of revenue would be to eliminate corporate taxes, thus bringing back money stashed offshore. This money would spur job growth in the suddenly very business friendly US.

  • [4] October 21, 2014 at 10:49pm

    But the French Foreign minister did forecast Total Climate Chaos 500 days from May 14, 2014. That’s late September of 2015. Care to take bets if anything much unusual happens with the weather then?

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  • [1] October 20, 2014 at 2:05am

    So, what if the outbreak is in 5 cities or 10, what good is the 30 man team gonna do? The government should be all about preventing this disease from coming here in the first place and secondly leading a global effort to eradicate it from the earth.

    The government is not going to fix this problem, solutions will come from the private sector. But Obama could be a good cheerleader and expediter to get this fixed. Instead he will choose to implement token solutions and largely ignore the issue.

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  • October 19, 2014 at 9:04pm

    This story is an illustration of why we meed to stop West Africans from entering America. Everyone who is known to have been in contact with this nurse has been advised to check themselves for symptoms. Its obvious that Ebola is very, very dangerous. Why is the government allowing more potential carriers to come here and infect others?

  • [1] October 19, 2014 at 8:35pm

    What a cheap shot! The American, no the world healthcare system has little experience with Ebola. We do not know how to save people from this disease nor do we truly understand how to properly protect health care workers to be sure they are not exposed. Trying to link political views on abortion with the healthcare response to Ebola is completely absurd.

  • [7] October 14, 2014 at 1:40pm

    A lot of those women will never have their child. The money will keep getting better, the competition stiffer, and the hours worked longer. They will enter their late 50′s thinking wistfully how nice it would have been but they will realize they are far too old to want to start a family.

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  • [1] October 14, 2014 at 12:44am

    This part of positioning Democrats for 2016. Throw Obola and all his unpopular acts under the bus thus giving room for the 2016 Democrat to say that they didn’t agree with it and that they will fix it all if elected.

  • October 14, 2014 at 12:39am

    I haven’t e-mailed that one but I did send comments to his “” and Attack Watch sites a while back. I figured at the least that some liberal government hack had to spend a few moments reading my (odious to them) comment.

  • [27] October 13, 2014 at 9:38pm

    The severed heads should stay, just put an Islamic turban on them.

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  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 6:58pm

    With the plethora of free market supported voices out there, why do we need to fund NPR? Actually, Sosorry, I believe that some conservatives came to the defense of Juan Williams who was fired from NPR for the offense of not being liberal enough. I can’t remember the TEA Party embracing NPR at all.

  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 4:58pm

    Given that Conservatives are older than Millennials and will be gone sooner why should we really care? Some of us have Millennial children or grandchildren and wish the best for them but if they are determined to vote Left then we have already failed to educate them properly.

    At some point (soon) it will be their world. Theirs to make better or to screw up. I have no children so frankly I don’t care a whole lot about what happens when I’m gone. Make it or break it, I will be gone and it will be theirs to live in whether it be Heaven or Hell.

  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 4:42pm

    There are many values oriented voters in the conservative ranks. We vote based on values and principles we hold dear, often because of deeply held religious beliefs. We don’t really care about demographics and changing our views to be aligned with the prevailing wind is not an option.

    Perhaps we could win if we became more like those we oppose, but because we oppose them for much more than a reason of marketing it would be hypocrisy to change our standards to win an election. Before we’d know it we’d be just like the people we believe are wrong. What point is there to stand for something except when its unpopular then we’ll stand for anything at all?

  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 4:13pm

    “But conservatives aren’t for ANY of those things in practice. At every opportunity, they demonstrated they’re PERFECTLY WILLING to accept favorable treatment for THEMSELVES and the interests.”

    Cough, cough. That describes the way most of our big cities are run. Governed by a single party (Democrat) for decades with political machines that ensure their continued existence. Its no coincidence that most of our cities are on the way to the same place that Detroit ended up at.

  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 3:55pm

    So when society ends up with a large number of people who are satisfied to do nothing more than collect their guarantees of food, water, housing, education, and medical care that won’t be a problem? I assume you realize that someone has to fund all this. Who would willingly choose to be a producer in such a society when all is guaranteed, all are equal, except some have to work?

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