User Profile: E.Z. Las Vegas

Member Since: October 27, 2010


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  • [12] March 30, 2016 at 1:10pm

    1. Provide for the common defense (against all enemies foreign and domestic)
    2. Promote the general welfare (not welfare generally)
    3. Secure the blessings of liberty, to ourselves and our posterity,

    All the rest is just legal technicality.
    The balancing act comes into play because 1 and 2 absolutely requires revenue, which has to infringe on number 3, because resources are limited. That is why government needs to be small and efficient,
    An oversize, overbearing government doesn’t do any of the three functions as well as it should, because competition builds character.

  • [1] May 1, 2015 at 11:45am

    Exactly! What will fix the system is to exponentially increase the power of unelected Congressional staffers, who will become the only people who know where the restrooms are, while eliminating any need for politicians to answer to voters after they are elected.

    Seriously though, there is no quick and easy fix to this problem. Without an engaged and informed electorate, there is no ability to achieve an engaged and informed legislature.

    “We have seen the enemy, and he is us!” – Pogo

  • December 15, 2014 at 9:02pm

    One big issue is that Moses is being played by a Christian (Bale).

    I hope that joke was only half as bad as the movie is reported to be.

  • [1] December 15, 2014 at 8:56pm

    So, I assume I can eliminate you from the list of people who asked for the “Abraham Lincoln vampire hunter” blu-ray for Christmas?

  • [4] December 10, 2014 at 11:25am

    …also, a .62 BAC is about twice the lethal dose….the legal limit is .08….I imagine his BAC was .062.

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  • December 4, 2014 at 1:23pm

    I’m wondering:

    Did anyone perform CPR? Is it possible that CPR caused the death by “compression of the chest”?.
    Could the grand jury have taken that into account?

  • [1] December 4, 2014 at 11:26am

    I would like an answer to the following question that NO ONE is asking:

    (Quincy?) the Medical examiner ruled that Mr. Garner died of “compression of the chest and neck area”.

    Mr. Garner had quit breathing. I assume CPR was initiated. CPR is compression of the chest.

    So, were the injuries consistent with excessive force, or an attempt to save the man’s life by CPR?

    If I had been on the Grand Jury…that would be my REASONBLE doubt.

  • [3] November 12, 2014 at 12:54am

    The Republicans need to prove that they can lead, and they need to expose the Democrat party for what it is. Impeachment will be counterproductive to both of those goals.
    Pass good laws, let him veto them, and let the Dems vote to sustain.
    If the President doesn’t cooperate, defund as much of the executive branch as you can for two years.
    Investigate, investigate and investigate some more.
    He only has two years left. Limit the damage as much as possible, and pin the tail on the donkey.

  • [1] August 15, 2014 at 10:50pm

    Same thing. We ALL know that an Anglican/Episcopalian is just a CATHOLIC who needs permission to go through six wives….and who allow their priests to get married.

    (my speaking tongue is planted firmly in cheek…)

  • [1] August 15, 2014 at 10:35pm

    I don’t think that ISIS sees the difference.

    So, we all want to know…what is the TRUE Christianity? Do we all have to speak in tongues, handle snakes, protest with Wesboro Baptist, or buy the Dead Sea salt shaker for a love gift of 19.99 plus shipping and handling.

    And if you are a bible based Christian, which Bible? The Uversion bible app offers 982 versions in 679 languages. What? You haven’t read them all? That’s OK, we’ll wait.

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  • [1] August 14, 2014 at 9:41pm

    I think one of the keys here is terminology. Just as there are about 15 different kinds of vegetarians, there are a number of different kinds of atheists, from confused agnostics to the far out freedom from religion fanatics.

    We need a new term for the fanatics…I strongly recommend antitheists. Antitheists hate God and everyone who loves and respects Him. Like Pharoah, their hearts have been hardened. I believe that many of them would be Satanists, but Satan ignores them too for two reasons….first manifesting himself would prove the existence of the supernatural and open the door for conversion….and second, he has them already, so why waste his time and energy on them.

    Free will means that they have the right to choose to divorce themselves from God, and to suffer the consequences for that decision. It is written that before the end of the age, a great apostacy will descend upon the Church. Beware – be vigilant, and keep the faith.


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  • July 20, 2014 at 2:10pm

    An IV drip of uncut heroin should work quite well. It’s fast, totally painless, and readily available to law enforcement. #AlixTrichelman

  • [5] July 10, 2014 at 2:01pm

    If you would take the time to go to you would discover that the organization has seven different causes you can donate to, not just this one.

    Also, you are free to begin your own charitable foundation, where you can railse money for any cause you wish. You can also donate to one of the thousands of mostly Progressive charities out there where 80 percent of your donation is used to defray administrative costs and engage in additional fundraislng.

    Finally, whether we like it or not, those kids ARE in the US, until we can arrange to send them back. Are you recommending that we let them die?

  • [2] June 30, 2014 at 1:41am

    Saint Paul was excellent at condemning people, and many believe that he was personally involved in the stoning of St. Stephen because he was offended by his preaching.

    However, on the road to Damascus, Jesus closed, and then opened his eyes. If you add up all of the condemnations you, and he, will reach one inescapable conclusion,,,,

    ALL of us have sinned, and fallen short of the glory of God.

    The only way to salvation is through the grace of God, eviidenced by the sacrifice of his Son.

    While the bible is a great guidebook of policy and behaviour, we should try as hard as we can to leave the judging of our fellow humans to Someone of a much higher paygrade. The fine line comes between the Bible’s use for reproof and correction, and slipping over into judgement.

    This is our mission, whether we choose to accept it or not. Good luck, Jim. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds.

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  • June 30, 2014 at 1:21am

    Both the bible and human history are full of people who thought that their own hopws, wishes and ideals supercede the the Word, and are the way God REALLY feels.
    From Lucifer to Moamar Qadafi, it never EVER ends well, even here on earth. I’m relatively sure that Judgement Day will probably not turn out much better.
    Also, can Sir Elton name ANY world religion based on self-gratification that has strengthened society or its adherents over the long term…how about the short term?

    Finally, if marriage is simply a license for sexual gratification then it opens up some truly frightening possibilities in a totalitarian world. Will their be fines and imprisonment if someone engages in unlicensed coupling? And what if someone uses that totalitarian power to setup a theocracy in the United States of Amerika? What use do you think they would make of the lists of licenses…I understand Hitler had some very chic pink triangles.

    Sexual gratification by consenting adults is between them and the gods of their choice, but marriage is encouraged by society for a very specific set of reasons mostly involving procreation and child rearing which, regardless of our religion, some of us believe are the mortar that keeps the fabric of society together,
    Is monogamous, male/female marriage perfect? Of course not. Are some gay couples better than Ozzie and Harriet? Of course, But thousands of years of human evolution seem to indicate traditional marriage has the best chance of worki

  • [7] June 19, 2014 at 3:47pm

    It has been said that a competent prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich…
    Yet, despite YEARS of investigation and MILLIONS spent, they have only gotten one low level flunky, and that was dubious.
    Where’s the charge? Where’s the indictment? Oh, and in another coincidence, Walker is up for re-election in 4 months. This whole thing stinks.

  • [2] June 13, 2014 at 10:54pm

    Judge Crabb was appointed by Jimmy Carter 35 years ago to the Federal bench.
    She was then promoted to Senior Judge by Barack the Magnanimus in 2010.

    It should come as no surptise that she has rarely ever consulted precedent or logic or common sense in her decisions, about one a year of which causes everyone’s eyes to cross and in some cases their ears to bleed.

    She does seem to rely heavily on one source for her legal reasnoning though….The Badger Herald, which is the student newspaper at UW Madison, which views Nancy Pelosi as way too conservative for their tastes

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  • [-1] June 8, 2014 at 7:13pm

    One probably was. See from LVRJ…

    One unconfirmed report is that the two exchanged gunfire with a citizen who was carrying a concealed weapon, and that one of the shooters was injured. Police confirm that at least one civilian at the Walmart was shot and killed.

  • [9] June 8, 2014 at 7:10pm


    The Las Vega Review Journal is reporting the following

    “One unconfirmed report is that the two exchanged gunfire with a citizen who was carrying a concealed weapon, and that one of the shooters was injured. Police confirm that at least one civilian at the Walmart was shot and killed.”

    Take away concealed carry, and there will be no one to stop the revoluton……

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  • May 6, 2014 at 9:22pm

    It doesn’t matter if the Republican legislators who voted for this were liars or hopelessly incompetent. They all need NRA backed challengers in the next primary, and they all need to experience the retirement plan they also undoubtedly “accidentally” voted for.

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