User Profile: epepep

epepep

Member Since: February 25, 2013

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  • July 14, 2013 at 3:54pm

    Reverse racism is still … RACISM. Racism is Wrong. It is not OK because the victim is white. When will the bigots Al and Jesse get this through their thick skulls?

  • May 1, 2013 at 7:09pm

    This is Bizarro World. There is no mention of what a lying creep this girl is, in the story. It is almost incidental that the entire thing was made up. And those dumb brain-washed zombie students dutifully go to protest rallies to support a pathological liar.

    Insane.

  • April 20, 2013 at 4:48pm

    The Alinsky radicals have violated the law by Assaulting Adam West’s wife.

    WHY HAVE THEY NOT BEEN ARRESTED?

    Do we have to wait until the set off a bomb, like Bill Ayers?

  • March 15, 2013 at 5:52pm

    CENSORSHIP BY HUFFINGTONPOST.COM

    I wanted to mention something disturbing when I replied to a story on Huffingtonpost.com. There was a story of Marco Rubio’s answer to Obama’s State of the Union Address. I noticed nearly all of the responses were hateful and anti-conservative, so I posted a pro-Rubio response. I was busy and came back later, and I noticed there were 37 pages of new comments in a mere 2 hours! So I replied back again, with respectful, but conservative comments. No curse words, no hate speech, as was being used by many of the liberal posters. My post was immediately flagged as “Under Review” and never posted. So then I posted a much shorter comment, and it “snuck” through the Huffingtonpost Censors. But later, any post I made, even “I agree with you” was immediately flagged as “Under Review” and never posted! So Huffingtonpost.com is a Liberal Echo Chamber that engages in blatant Censorship of all conservative viewpoints. I know, not a surprise to most Blaze readers, but somehow, I expected more. Disappointing.

  • March 15, 2013 at 4:47pm

    I generally like O’Reilly and I thought the Denver Editor did overreact to O’Reilly’s comment that the congressman is openly gay. I think the editor made the incorrect inference that O’Reilly was saying the congressman is against Jessica’s law because he is gay, which I do not think was O’Reilly’s point at all.

    BUT, what does bother me about O’Relly is he is not an elected representative, anywhere, including Colorado. Yet he and Rush try to force laws down the throats of state legislatures using their too powerful media bully pulpits. If O’Reilly and Rush want to make and pass laws, they need to run for election. They are both overstepping their bounds by trying to humiliate entire states just because they don’t get their way.

    O’Reilly is a little bit too big for his britches sometimes, and this is one of those times. But, like I said, I do in fact agree with O’Reilly’s opinions 95% of the time.

  • March 15, 2013 at 4:10pm

    By Feinstein’s logic, if you have been a bigotted racist for 20 years, that makes racism OK.

    The fact is that Feinstein has been WRONG for 20 years. I luv Ted Cruz and Rand Paul. They are the new blood “young guns” the Republican party has been sorely lacking for years. Time to get rid of old worn out McCain and weakling Lindsey Graham.

  • March 1, 2013 at 7:42pm

    I have heard Rush claim all the Repubs have to do is stay true to their ultra-conservative social policies, their “core principles” and they will win. I do not believe he is correct. I think there are about 35 – 40 percent, tops of inflexible social conservatives. There is another 30 percent in the middle whom that attitude bothers or even scares. I share the ultra conservative values, but I think we are scaring off the middle ground voters by making abortion, gay marriage, etc., into “make or break” issues. We need those middle ground voters to WIN the elections!
    And there are much more important issues than gay marriage and abortion: nearly 17 trillion deficit, high unemployment, decreasing real income, looming bankruptcy for medicare. If we don’t start winning elections, we cannot save America from financial disaster.

  • February 28, 2013 at 9:17pm

    Welcome aboard gays! I am straight hetero, all the way, married 33 years. But I am tolerant, to the max. We need to NOT allow a 2012 repeat. I know several gays. It is not as common here in the ultra-conservative area of Texas in which I live (Panhandle) and I don’t understand it (homosexuality), but I don’t Condemn it either. Just don’t throw it in my face, and spit phlegm with your vehemence. I am a hetero, but I do not flaunt it. I do not kiss my wife ostentatiously in public. I support gays in my daily conversations. Just not MILITANT IN YOUR FACE gays. I presume most Republican Gays are great Americans who do not force their choices in people’s faces. They care about AMERICA, just like all Republicans.
    Gays, Welcome Aboard! Vote Conservative. That is usually Republican, but not always. If the Demonrat … errr … Democrat is conservative, and more competent, and brave enough to vote for what is Right, rather than the Party Line, by all means, Vote for him or her. GO GAY REPUBLICANS!

  • February 28, 2013 at 8:45pm

    The wrong side won in 1865. The Yankee tyrants created a true slave nation during Reconstruction. Black slavery would have died out within 20 – 30 years. Sure it was WRONG. But not allowing the South to Secede proves that we are slaves. If this were truly a FREE nation, we would have the right to LEAVE it.
    Unfortunately, now the Northern Yankee ultra liberals have rewritten all the history books and brainwashed America and the World. If you are not allowed to LEAVE, how can you claim that you live in a Free Country?
    The South is now much more true to the ideals of our Founding Fathers, than the Yankee North — they are nothing but liberal socialists, who once upon a time believe in true individual liberty and capitalism. THEY elected Obama.
    The Supreme Court is defending LIBERTY and FREEDOM, at long last, for ALL Americans, not just liberal socialist Yankees.

  • February 26, 2013 at 1:58pm

    There are some “scam” religions out there, though. When the Bill of Rights was first passed, they were talking about legitimate, major religions. This included some off-shoots, granted. But nowadays there are some freaky-deaky fraudulent “religions.”

  • February 25, 2013 at 2:19pm

    BARBER2:
    The next thing interesting about huffingtonpost.com was the “37 pages of comments in 2 hours.” Another bud says he noticed there seems to be some kind of “denial of service” style network of liberals, who somehow unleash the flood gates and drown out all conservative comments by burying them with a torrent of liberal posts. So they engage in Censorship, and “Shouting Down” alternative opinions. A bunch of my conservative buds have made mentions of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, where they demonize the opposition, and shout them down, and a bunch of other anti-logical and undemocratic styles of debate. I just cannot believe many college students are naive enough to not see through these tyrannical methods. Freedom of speech is about Freedom of thought and willingness to discuss different ideas. Yet the liberals are the first to engage in Censorship and undemocratic methods.

  • February 25, 2013 at 1:05pm

    CENSORSHIP BY HUFFINGTONPOST.COM
    I wanted to mention something disturbing when I replied to a story on Huffingtonpost.com. There was a story of Marco Rubio’s answer to Obama’s State of the Union Address. I noticed nearly all of the responses were hateful and anti-conservative, so I posted a pro-Rubio response. I was busy and came back later, and I noticed there were 37 pages of new comments in a mere 2 hours! So I replied back again, with respectful, but conservative comments. No curse words, no hate speech, as was being used by many of the liberal posters. My post was immediately flagged as “Under Review” and never posted. So then I posted a much shorter comment, and it “snuck” through the Huffingtonpost Censors. But later, any post I made, even “I agree with you” was immediately flagged as “Under Review” and never posted! So Huffingtonpost.com is a Liberal Echo Chamber that engages in blatant Censorship of all conservative viewpoints. I know, not a surprise to most Blaze readers, but somehow, I expected more. Disappointing.

  • February 25, 2013 at 12:02pm

    CENSORSHIP BY HUFFINGTONPOST.COM
    I wanted to mention something disturbing when I replied to a story on Huffingtonpost.com. There was a story of Marco Rubio’s answer to Obama’s State of the Union Address. I noticed nearly all of the responses were hateful and anti-conservative, so I posted a pro-Rubio response. I was busy and came back later, and I noticed there were 37 pages of new comments in a mere 2 hours! So I replied back again, with respectful, but conservative comments. No curse words, no hate speech, as was being used by many of the liberal posters. My post was immediately flagged as “Under Review” and never posted. So then I posted a much shorter comment, and it “snuck” through the Huffingtonpost Censors. But later, any post I made, even “I agree with you” was immediately flagged as “Under Review” and never posted! So Huffingtonpost.com is a Liberal Echo Chamber that engages in blatant Censorship of all conservative viewpoints. I know, not a surprise to most Blaze readers, but somehow, I expected more. Disappointing.