User Profile: drvens

drvens

Member Since: November 09, 2010

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  • August 23, 2013 at 1:12pm

    OK. Excuse me in advance for some coarse language. Mr. President, if you are worried about what some balding dude sitting in a chair says into a microphone, you sir, are a *****. If your “Republican friends” are worried what that same balding dude says into a microphone, they are p*ssies.

    Look, leaders aren’t p*ssies, because no one wants to follow a *****. Leaders have to have followers. The reason you can’t get people to “do your bidding”, is because anyone with a brain and a pair knows it is the WRONG thing for the country. No one with a brain and a pair wants the government all up in their business.

    You aren’t a leader, you are an occupant. Face it – three more years and you’re fired. Permanently. And I pray to God everyday a whole slew of liberty lovers get elected to as many offices as possible so that they can unravel the giant charlie foxtrot you put in place during your tenure.

  • July 23, 2013 at 5:48pm

    Well, congrats to the new parents. It look human – well, at least mostly from what I can tell. At least it didn’t look like this: http://www.theonion.com/articles/royal-baby-born,33171/

  • July 19, 2013 at 9:07am

    Even though I am an RMGO member, I don’t propose I speak for them as an organization; only for myself. However, from my understanding, this counter-rally is purely to counter the FALSITIES that the Bloomberg rally presents. Their list of “victims of gun violence” include not only regular people and suicides, but those killed by police in commission of a crime and home invaders; perhaps up until recently, Tsarnaev was on that list. Those kinds of additions aren’t “victims” of gun violence – that’s called JUSTICE.

    So the anti-gunners need to get off their high-horse. This is a counter-rally to counter Bloomberg’s LIES, and has nothing to do with the Aurora shooting. We as Coloradoans all still mourn the casualties of Aurora.

    The fact remains more people each year are saved by guns than are harmed. The fact remains if that theater allowed CHP holders to carry in that theater that night, the Aurora shooting either would never have happened, or the body count would have been far less. But it didn’t, and now a whole community here is associated with a massacre that could have easily been prevented by permitting people to exercise their rights to defend themselves.

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  • July 5, 2013 at 4:01pm

    Nowadays, it really isn’t that hard to contact people. If he’s retired and the Pentagon says they can’t contact him, I would call “BS”. He has a military retirement plan, and I’m sure he has contact info on that so they can send him the checks. Additionally, just Google him, and I’m sure you can figure out how to get in contact. Anyone with his set of credentials certainly has a LinkedIn profile; just send him an email there. Come on, Chaffetz, sick one of your interns on that. If I can find his LinkedIn profile in less than 2 minutes, I’m sure your interns/staff can too. Be resourceful, Congressman. That’s one of the reasons you are in DC….

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  • April 29, 2013 at 3:53pm

    My wife gives me grief for carrying my sidearm more in the house than out, but this is exactly why. I don’t give two rat farts if you have a badge or not, if you come to my house to take my kids without a warrant and assault me and threaten my wife, we have a SERIOUS problem. Anyone does that ****, and they’ll likely be staring at the wrong end of my muzzle. I’m prepared to die to protect my kids, so no one should think for one second I won’t kill to protect them too.

    Of all the screwed up stuff I see happening, THIS kind of stuff angers me beyond…..

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  • April 29, 2013 at 12:31pm

    This woman’s statements don’t surprise me in the least. No arguments on either side shock me. Perhaps I’m getting more cynical as I age.

    Of course “gay marriage” is about destroying marriage. Because at the foundation of marriage is a religious covenant. These are people that feel discriminated by people of faith. If you destroy the possibility for the covenant, then the religion is diminished. You can redefine religious institutions to legal ones, flip the legality, you can outlaw the traditions of religion, and therefore make religion illegal.

    All this gay agenda, anti-gun agenda, abortion stuff are all facets of a war on freedom. You won’t be free to practice your faith or protect the ones you love. By normalizing abortion, it makes it easier to convince people that a child is a “burden” instead of a blessing, and when it becomes more of a burden, the “society” gets to choose if you should have it. Yep, that’s freedom alright.

    The people that I really feel sorry for are teen girls right now that are dreaming of meeting someone that actually cares for them, falling in love, getting married, and having a family. Congrats, people. You are robbing your daughters of potential futures. They actually may be more fulfilled by being a parent in a loving marriage than a wage slave, and a c** dumpster for whoever guy happens to flirt with her any given month. Good job – because all that is GREAT for anyone’s self-image.

    Fortunately, the pendulum always swings.

  • April 24, 2013 at 10:47am

    Anyone with half a brain knows that is a most dangerous act to try. If you aren’t willing to personally come to my house and take mine, you have NO business forcing one of my brothers in law enforcement to do so.

    Now, if you ARE personally willing to come, knock yourself out. Come and take ‘em….

  • April 23, 2013 at 3:43pm

    Ann Coulter is a blow-hard, and not in a good way.

    Listen up, Ann. She shouldn’t be in prison for a hijab, any more than you should for wearing a cross. People should just leave each other the hell alone. Knock it off with the militant conservative moral superiority. If she knew her husband was going to bomb people, THEN she should go to prison for conspiracy. If not, let the woman try to right her life, and take care of her kid. Be neighborly and kind and compassionate – who knows, maybe she’ll convert back to Christianity. Either way, be kind; don’t be the self-righteous p**ck you tend to be.

  • April 22, 2013 at 5:04pm

    They don’t dine-n-dash, they just turn off the lights. And listen as the Canucks shriek in terror….

  • April 18, 2013 at 3:59pm

    Here’s a fact, Gabby. While I’m exceptionally sympathetic to those impacted by gun violence, these background checks would do NOTHING to stop it. It wouldn’t have stopped Lanza, Holmes, or your attacker either.

    Look, I don’t/shouldn’t need the govt’s permission to sell my property to someone I know. I don’t need some bureaucratic chair-filler to approve of my property sale to a friend or relative. It is MY responsibility to know their intentions and character.

    Here’s another fact. If you are so worried about criminals getting guns, how about we DON’T LET VIOLENT CRIMINALS OUT OF JAIL! If a guy robs a store with a gun, how about you give him the prison sentence for that, and then tack on 20yrs because he did it armed. No possible parole on a felony gun crime unless 75% of the sentence is served. Trust me, no criminal is going to knock over a store/person with a gun, if he KNOWS if he’s caught (not killed first) he will serve a minimum of 15 years. A couple hundred bucks just won’t be worth it.

  • April 18, 2013 at 2:52pm

    Man, I’ve seen a few tantrums in my day, but I would have hoped I wouldn’t have seen one from the POTUS. Oh no, you didn’t get your way – what a p***y….

  • April 12, 2013 at 11:07am

    You’re wrong – they know EXACTLY what they are doing. It’s called covert warfare. Indoctrinate, propagandize, assume positions of power, and enticed the enemy to act violently. They WANT violent revolution; nothing entices violence like retaliation on an attempted violent attack. This will be show as one of the first initial spark attacks in the war – assuming the side of freedom and the rule of laws wins. If the other side wins, they get to write history, and this will be forgotten.

    This is the time for coolest of cool heads – otherwise, we lose…

  • April 11, 2013 at 12:25pm

    Here’s a fact: all gun control is unconstitutional. It is unlawful to infringe upon that right, anywhere under the jurisdiction of the US Constitution. Period. NY can’t lawfully have a firearm registry or permit program. A right is something you are entitled to. The government doesn’t have authority to deny a natural right. Only when you’ve demonstrated you don’t respect the rights of others, aka guilty of a felony, do you give up certain rights. But you exercising your rights is not lawfully punishable. The only acceptable limitations on that are locations where they under the express possession of a public or private party. Domain and possession are not the same. So they can limit your exercise in government buildings/facilities and conveyances. Outside that, they don’t have authority.

    IANAL, yet as far as I’m concerned Bloomberg, Feinstein, Biden, Obama, Cuomo, Malloy, Hickenlooper and others are guilty of “Conspiracy against rights”, under 18 USC, Chapter 13 Section 241. They are THREATENING imprisonment when you exercise your rights under the 2nd Amendment, and they are all talking to each other to figure out how best to do it. Additionally, any officer of the law – DHS, DOJ or state/local law enforcement that attempts to enforce gun laws that are infringements on the 2nd Amendment are guilty of “Deprivation of rights under color of law”, under 18 USC Chapter 13 Section 242.

  • March 7, 2013 at 4:16pm

    I don’t really like Holder’s response either. It still isn’t that explicit. It just says “combat”; mind you, one man’s defense is the other sides “combat”. So if I’m actively defending my life/family/property from an intruder or hostile forces, you could make the intellectual argument that I’m “engaged in combat against” the other party. I would like Holder’s letter to be worded that “a person not engaged in active, offensive military operations against the government of the US, in which law enforcement and/or military personnel are in IMMEDIATE danger, CANNOT be killed by a weaponized drone.” THAT’S the only verbage I would accept.

  • February 25, 2013 at 8:02am

    As a man seriously contemplating a move to WY, I’m adding this to the PLUS column on heading there. Finally, a representative that believes in limited government, self-reliance, and has a pair of balls to stick up for such beliefs. Tell those liberal out-of-staters where to sticks; trust me, you are going to gain a lot more conservative/libertarian-minder new residents to call WY home.

  • January 17, 2013 at 11:01am

    Unfortunately, wisdom like this needs the sarcasm tag. The lefties you speak of aren’t intelligent enough to comprehend the wisdom without it. They will actually take you at your word.

  • January 11, 2013 at 10:07am

    Look, I support open carry 100%. That being said – why don’t you clean up that crap on your face, get some decent clothes, act and TALK respectably, and you will educate a lot more people more effectively. Otherwise, because you act and look like a bunch of hillbillies, you are going to turn people off from your cause. Dropping the F-bomb a dozen times – and in front of a cop – doesn’t portray you or open carry SA rights in a positive light.

    You don’t want to scare people with you carrying a firearm? Then DON’T LOOK SCARY! Lose the bifurcated goatee, and put on some business casual attire with a nice jacket. Only then should you sling your firearms on.

  • January 7, 2013 at 11:46am

    I’d file that under the “No ****, Sherlock” category. You pansies should have been fired the second you rolled over and didn’t impeach Obama for dereliction of duty when he came out and said he wasn’t going to enforce the immigration laws. You should have brought charges up on Harry Reid when he wouldn’t let a real budget come to the floor of the Senate in direct violation of the Constitution. You, Sir, and your fellow senators, are a bunch of gutless wonders. Firing with your pensions intact would be too kind; you ought to be put in prison.

  • November 30, 2012 at 3:44pm

    Personally I think they should take the $30 Billion it would cost to extended the benefits, and just NOT SPEND the money. Take the $600B Dems want to spend in their last “fiscal cliff” proposal, and NOT SPEND that too. Novel concept, huh?

  • November 30, 2012 at 3:35pm

    I agree, we are in worse shape than many think. However, I think the word you wanted was “shouldn’t”, or better yet “wish I didn’t have to”. “I *shouldn’t* even comment on something as inane”, or “I wish I didn’t have to even comment on something as inane”, not “I can’t even comment on something as inane.” Because you obviously CAN comment on it.