User Profile: Dr Vel

Dr Vel

Member Since: June 01, 2011

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  • April 17, 2014 at 1:47pm

    VRW Conspirator “that means that 3% of the 61% are liars as well…because 42% still approve of his job and 45% still think he is likeable”

    Unless the polls are created by people who also lie. A less frightening thought than the possibility that this many Americans are this F-ing stupid.

  • April 17, 2014 at 1:51am

    zorro “when it’s a ‘minority’ everyone says it’s typical and expected. Wierd.”

    Statistics clearly show and all through real world experience have learned it IS ‘typical’ and TO BE ‘expected’. What is so weird about that?

  • April 16, 2014 at 3:43pm

    CaKe “Very disappointed in you Glenn Beck for showing your card! Lying about Alex Jones and using religion?”

    I saw the story on the DOJ being asked to target conservatives on Infowars long before blaze. History repeating, while they demonize Alex he beats them to headlines over and over. I have listened to Alex long enough to know he was not wanting violence, he was proud they stood against the feds peacefully. Since last Friday listening to Pat I have been getting ever more angry at Glenn and crew. They have consistently had the facts in the Bundy case wrong and still do. Mark Levin on Tuesday told the entire story with all facts correctly stated, and all should go download and listen to at least the first hour. Glenn and Pat especially. Alex is a Christian by his own statements yet Pat and Glenn repeatedly attack him in an unchristian way. While I have paid by the year since the 4th hour first started I am nearly convinced to let it go in June when the next year becomes due. I was upset by Glenn forcing Bundy to prove his relationship with Christ on Monday, hypocritical and wrong on many levels. Also what does Bundy’s religious standing have to do with his lawful rights as an American and who is Glenn to judge Bundy? Or judge all of us for that matter. Glenn and Pat remove the mote from your own eyes before you demand the right to look into ours.

  • April 15, 2014 at 11:06pm

    I think several of you are not really understanding the facts. In the Word ‘a wicked and perverse generation seeketh after a sign’ does not apply here. Revelation very clearly points out signs which will occur in the last days. This was given as a source of information to those who believe, not the opposite as one stated here. What does ‘seeketh after a sign’ mean? It means calling upon God to perform a miracle for the benefit of the person lacking faith so that they can believe. This is completely unrelated to any signs God may cause for His own purposes. Those He expects His children to pay attention to because He caused them by His will, not because a faithless soul asked for one. You cannot confuse these two circumstances yet from several posts here this is precisely what some are doing. If God causes a sign to appear of His own accord which had nothing to do with anyone here asking for one, I strongly urge people who believe to pay attention to it. Taking ones life because they saw a comet or even a giant Ronald McDonald in the sky is the work of a mindless fool. Ducking for cover because one sees a tornado is the act of a wise person. The Lord said (paraphrasing) if you see storm clouds approaching then you know bad weather is on the way. Likewise if you see signs the Lord caused which He spoke of in His Word as indication the end is near, the believer should take heed.

  • April 15, 2014 at 12:58pm

    Snowleopard “Who knows, but there is probably a simple explanation for it if people think about it.”

    Yeah you could be right. Smoke ring from hospital furnace burning babies for power.

  • April 14, 2014 at 6:47pm

    Let me guess you and 12776 are both immigrants from England and you never learned those are dowel rods not suppositories.

  • April 14, 2014 at 6:36pm

    Jbaker84 “What kind is file is that? Firefox won’t open it. What program do you recommend?”

    Just give it a name such as T444 and add .pdf, Problem solved. T444.pdf will now open.

  • April 14, 2014 at 4:22pm

    http://www.infowars.com/flashback-sen-reid-breaks-ground-for-nevada-solar-farm-near-bundy-ranch/

    Signaling the first day of construction of the Moapa Southern Paiute Solar Project, which is about 35 miles from the Bundy homestead in Bunkerville, Nevada, Sen. Reid joined representatives from the Moapa Band of Paiutes, executives from First Solar, Inc. and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power for the groundbreaking ceremony on March 21.

    This is the real reason for the BLM action and Bundy knew all about it. Not hours away as Beck stated but right in the area Bundy uses for grazing.

  • April 14, 2014 at 10:39am

    wigone

    “Glenn just lambasted his supporters on the radio…is he competing in this contest?”

    Don’t include Glenn in this. This article is exactly the kind of story I have been wanting Blaze to print. Glenn fears God and tries in his heart to be honest the best he can. As far as I can tell Reed and Holder are completely reprobate and wicked if one judges them by their fruit, something Christians are supposed to do. While I disagree with some of the facts Blaze printed in their Bundy stories, I very much agree with Glenn’s rebuking of any who were calling for violence in Nevada. While I did not like Pat’s comments Friday on the Bundy story only Christ is perfect and Pat is 100 percent right on with this story. Being Christian means overlooking flaws in others IF they are trying and Pat and Glenn are trying, unlike Reed and Holder. The latter two are nothing less than despicable therefore I take offense at your lumping Glenn in with them. I am sure every day both Pat and Glenn ask for forgiveness of anything they have done wrong even if it concerns wrongs they may not be aware of. I am also positive Reed and Holder harm lives for gain every day without a trace of conscience about it. This I can surmise by looking at the things they do and say daily. Both Glenn and Pat often irritate me with their words but they are on the right side and for that I for one am with them. I have seen them admit their mistakes. Reed and Holder could care less.

  • April 14, 2014 at 2:18am

    justthinkinoutloud “Glenn has done more for this country than all of you posters put together”

    Without our money and support he would have done nothing so do not tell us we have done nothing.

    “When you base a situation on a false pretense, you are no better than the ones you are fighting”

    Ironically this is why we are complaining. We wanted the blaze to stand for truth not support the systems talking points yet more often as the days pass this is exactly what blaze is doing. Equally ironic is this trend began with the posting of a former hufpo executive to take control of the blaze.

    “If you don’t like the fact that GB is the one voicing for us, then voice for yourself. You people in this thread would rather sit back and criticizing the one man standing for YOU than to do it for yourself. If YOU can’t stand and deliver, don’t blame those that try”

    Our financial support allowing Glenn to talk IS us doing our part so stop robbing us our due in this.

    “You are the ones that should be ashamed.”

    This has no relation to this story. We have all suffered loss and deal with health issues in life so do not sit in judgement over us for pleading with Glenn to look hard at his employees positions on important issues. We do so because we had hope in Glenns vision which appears to be following the same path Israel did every time they saw times of good and plenty. Never ended well.

    Maybe you should stop thinking out loud and do some thinking before you spe

  • April 14, 2014 at 1:45am

    By the way in the other story blaze also stated the land area involved in the Reed connection is hours away, not true it extends from there all the way to the Arizona and Utah borders from south to the north. Meaning including the land Bundy used. Simple honest investigative reporting would bring this to light so why is blaze taking this position? Is it to back Pats position on last Fridays show?

  • April 14, 2014 at 1:38am

    I’m wondering about the headline “He Thought He Could Bully His Way Around the Laws’: Blaze Readers React to Video of Feds Tasering Nevada Rancher’s Son During Tense Clash”.

    I do not see this as the majority view, only very few percent of comments posted AS the story, or those in reply to the story. This folks is what we like to call propaganda. Blaze is making a headline out of their view by claiming it is the position of the majority, yet clearly this is not true. Yes tell a lie long enough and guess what it becomes? You guessed it, still a lie! In another story they whitewashed Reeds involvement yet one only needs to study the records, the documents from agencies including the BLM that Reeds dealings with China is exactly why these events transpired, why the turtle issue was raised, why 52 or 53 ranchers were bought out. Use a little logic. What is the fair cost for grazing fees? 1.3 million? Knowing farmers and ranchers as I do I can tell you the cost to raise and bring cattle to market is so high profit is not great. Grazing fees were jacked in prelude to buying out the ranchers by forcing costs to become so high ranchers had to sell out or land in debt and poverty. All part of a master plan involving corruption at the highest levels. Add EPA regulations, fines for methane, the list is growing driving all ranchers and farmers out of business forever in a deal to pay China to feed us all while they take the land.

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  • April 13, 2014 at 1:40pm

    “This prompted the obvious question: How did this go from a property dispute to something featuring plenty of armed agents and even a Bundy relative being tased? Consider that there has been a lot of saber-rattling rhetoric being used.”

    Blaze you surpass even your typical self with this one. The people doing the tazing were not reading online stories. They did not hear Bundy’s words. To be fair and honest consider the facts of the specific case. A hard stretch for you blaze but at least try. They were on a public highway, on the shoulder, filming the roundup. This is lawful activity blaze and we are sure had this been your reporters you would tell a different storiy. Oh wait, you have no reporters on the scene. Alex does have reporters live on the scene, yet your owners continue to mock him. Even though all you do is rewrite what you read elsewhere. A side issue yes but worth mentioning. So in fairness blaze, how did you justify the tazing and arrests, the violence against old cancer patients and pregnant women? By talking about the words of Bundy miles away? This is journalism? Where is the connection? You know, the one you are trying in your story to get us to make? Where again is the justification for violence? Filming from the shoulder of a public highway?

    Blaze your hypocrisy astounds us all.

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  • April 13, 2014 at 12:25pm

    Sosorryforyou “Bundy is the unlawful one here. After reading the above, how can you support him?”

    The entire article is nothing less than a hit piece against Bundy. It fully supports the feds and states not one positive fact about Bundy such as how many years the family has been using the land. It omits all the negatives on the part of the feds. After reading Mein Kampf would you or would you not support Hitler? What does stripping two dozen families of grazing rights do to the food supply for America? Over protecting a turtle which has thousands of square miles to live in, which actually was aided by the foods and water created by the cattle grazing. Do you think the turtles never found the water the ranchers created in that desert? Water that otherwise would not have existed there. Have you actually spent time on that land? I lived 30 miles NE of Bundy for a year in 1974 I have a good idea how dry the area is. Have you read the PDF the BLM created stating the ranching needs to be eliminated for solar farms in the area Bundy uses for grazing, contrary to the statement by blaze it was all about land hours away from Mesquite? A document connected to the almost 400 grand spent buying the grazing rights in order to retire the land from grazing. What, you see no connection? If the feds own 90 percent of Nv, is not Nv claiming to be a state somewhat hypocritical to begin with?

  • April 13, 2014 at 2:53am

    Are people this far gone that everything is likely terrorism? Do you all really live in this much fear of an event less likely than winning the Lotto or asteroids striking? Enough already. How do you think your thoughtless comments affect the wife or children of the truck driver if they by chance read your insane babbling about their evil loved one. This was nothing more than a terrible tragedy which cost lives and caused terrible loss to the many loved ones they left behind. Is it not enough the government is using your insane terror paranoia to remove every remaining right you have left including free speech and self defense. Yes free speech included or am I one of the remaining few who remembers when we spoke our minds without worrying about what watched list we get put on? How often do you think today you better not say that someone may use it against you? I can tell you it is crushing and stifling the life out of this nation. I remember when people did not worry about their words putting them on some watch list. See something say something? Abomination to the American spirit when people are put under suspicion by their neighbors or the meter reader for unfounded fears over what used to be normal everyday life. Shades of the SS. Your jumping to terrorism as your first thought every time a tragedy occurs is mindless and psychotic. Try having more compassion for the victims of this story and less unfounded fear induced paranoia.

  • April 12, 2014 at 6:28am

    Listening to Pat Friday has convinced me not to renew in June and I have paid by the year since the 4th hour started.

  • April 12, 2014 at 1:34am

    NedNedson “Pat Gray needs to update his article”

    Pat Gray is a hypocrite. Makes fun of Alex Jones on multiple occasions for stories later proven true. Alex often states he is a Christian, so does Pat. Yet Pat often attacks this fellow Christian, unchristian to say the least. The other day Pat dissed and insulted Johnny Cash, a true American icon. Yes Pat I clearly heard you, many did. A man who came from nothing but poverty and hard times who became part of our cultural heritage. The heritage of God fearing Constitution loving Americans, the spirit of the American dream. This is who Johnny Cash is. Pat is only a radio talk show host. Today Pat was talking out his *** about Bundy, claiming Bundy was a leach refusing to pay for grazing rights. Rights the feds revoked years earlier, rights his family has held for generations. While the BLM is bulldozing water lines and cattle troughs built by ranchers over generations, so Reid and friends can set up solar stations. Just as Clinton repealed the 1873 mining act to further rob us of our rights and push us off public land. Stay on the road, they dozed all the trails, don’t step on the grass. Helicopters driving cattle in that dry area killing them, especially the calves. More is going on than is told yet Pat weighs in against Bundy with no time spent studying what is known. Lazy, sloppy talking points and I had to shut off the show today I could not listen to Pat another second, and I pay for it.

  • April 10, 2014 at 7:10pm

    torakkuuntenshu “I thought everything in those days were in black and white”

    Only if you were colorblind. I am positive if you lived back then everything you saw was in color just as it is today. Except of course for the 1970′s, an entire decade without color other than a burnt red cast to everything. TV, cameras, you name it. All just a faded red with little else in the way of color.

  • April 9, 2014 at 4:16pm

    There is no place for your kind in this country, treason is embracing mao in the peoples house. States rights was the reason for their Confederate flag. Slavery was maintained by democrats and they maintain it to this day in many ways. As they have since their beginning. A Republican President freed the slaves not a democrat. The Confederate flag is a symbol of their heritage in America through long history, in America. This is America not mexico there is no place for the mexican flag within U.S. borders. If they wish to remain here they should embrace our culture or leave. They should also support themselves and stop sucking away at tax dollars provided by working people who do embrace America.

  • April 9, 2014 at 4:03pm

    It is their heritage and first Amendment right. Either take away the heritage of all people if you dare or leave them alone. If one group has no right to display their heritage then no group has the right.

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