User Profile: eyedr54


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  • April 23, 2014 at 10:20am

    Good cop stories are to be assumed (that is by definition their job. It is like asking for a story on a heart doctor who did a successful heart surgery). Bad LE stories need to be shown so people do not allow their constitutionally derived and God given rights to be taken away as they slowly accept more and more LE over-reach.
    I also think it is safe to say we see many great first responder stories each and every year.

  • April 23, 2014 at 10:13am

    This is exactly correct. We now let law enforcement use catch words that can not be proven true or false except by their own testimony to justify any action they take. I FELT threatened…I FEARED for my safety…
    Meanwhile private citizens can not shoot a person committing a criminal act in their own home unless they are directly threatened or attacked in many states.

  • April 23, 2014 at 10:08am

    The problem we have now is law enforcement now knows the “key words” to use to justify any of their behavior (behavior which must be at a higher standard then the public they serve). Say he was being aggressive…if something comes out to disprove that simply state you FELT that you were in danger.
    Meanwhile in some states in this nation you can’t shoot someone, who broke in, to your own home unless they actively threaten or attack you. Why is it that law enforcement is given a lower standard/threshold for “threat” then an unpaid private citizen alone in their home?

  • April 18, 2014 at 12:26pm

    The questions bothered me a lot….but did you see the writing ect of the “4th grade” student in the one sample! I think we can see that public education is failing on 2 fronts here.

    One thing that bothers me is I will bet 25-50% of the parents who are complaining about this and how the school should not put this in front of kids are the same people that constantly push for the schools to basically raise their children for them. They constantly vote for politicians who want to morph school into more then just fact based education. If you support a public school serving breakfast and dinner please spare me ANY comment on “how this should be handled at home.”

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  • April 17, 2014 at 1:15pm

    #10 Urinate on yourself or possible vomit on yourself. Bullies will then recognize that instead of being your enemy they are really dominant over you. Just be careful not to soil on the bully. This may make them mad. When your parents ask why you are covered in your own urine and feces just say something like “I am so worthless I forgot how to use the toilet; but you always knew how pathetic I was”…and then laugh. You actually like being covered in your own excrement because you know that is your place. You should not tell anyone otherwise.

  • April 17, 2014 at 1:11pm

    My grammar is not world-class but this thing is packed with terrible grammar…coming from the “educators” (If you afraid???) (I’ve know that for a long time); what are we teaching them to be “street” now?
    The worst part of this letter that was produced, obviously approved, copied, and distributed is it’s entire frame of reference is to sympathize and support the bully. We don’t want the bully to be our enemy. We should mock ourselves and put ourselves down so the bully is validated.
    What is frightening is that they tell kids “not to tell” because that will “make the bully mad”. Great point school district; thanks for behaving like a rapist. “I will kill you if you tell anyone!”
    Educators as a whole (not individual by individual) are some of the least intelligent people in America today. There are great teachers but as a whole it is a sad situation. If you can’t do it teach it; was the old put down. Today I am sad to say that today they can’t even do that.

  • April 17, 2014 at 10:15am

    1) Romney is 1 person…not 1% (he is really in the 0.0001%)
    2) Investment income; which was already taxed prior to the investment is different
    3) How much tax would you like your grandma to pay on her retirement?
    4) Sounds like you support a flat tax then

  • April 17, 2014 at 10:13am

    Most “loopholes” are merely legal tax deductions. Many of which are liberal policy based. The people liberals often portray as the 1% are really the 0.001% that have already “made it big” and then live off of investment and interest income (which is not wages and therefore taxed differently since all that money was taxed going in). Not everyone gets a “loophole” unless you consider mortgage interest write offs a loophole….and if you do, congrats I am all for a flat tax.
    What is so laughable about liberals is the scream about “loopholes for the rich” then push policies that give loopholes to the elite liberal rich (you think Bono owns a farm b/c he loves alpacas?). They scream LOOPHOLES!!!!!!! But then call anyone supporting a flat (or even fair) tax extremists out to hurt the poor. Liberalism at it’s core relies on people living in the realm of theory and never entering into reality.

  • April 14, 2014 at 12:56pm

    That is so weird because I was just wondering; while looking at 100 different options of condoms at Target the other day,….man I feel so lucky I have one of the few stores that sell these. Just think of the people that don’t have access to these things…I am so lucky. (we won’t even talk about how you can have them mail ordered to your house or get them free at almost every clinic out there).

  • April 14, 2014 at 12:50pm

    For people that find this disgusting…which we all should. She was merely 1 day late in her murders. Had she just went to a late term abortion clinic said they baby was causing depression and anxiety she would have been fine; in the eyes of liberal America.
    What is the most sickening thought that I will leave everyone with is her babies likely died a much less traumatic and painful death then many at late term abortion clinics. You can not be disgusted by this but support mid or late term abortion in anyway (and in 2014 america supporting abortion of any kind de facto supports it)

  • April 11, 2014 at 10:18am

    1) Son sometimes it is okay to hit a “girl,” you resisted, then did the right thing
    2) Fast forward 1 week and the young man will be suspended
    3) Welcome to 2014 public schools people. When I was a kid if this was going on on the bus (which in this case did not appear to be moving) the driver would have pulled over, grabbed the kid by the collar and thrown them off each other. This young woman will grow up to be exactly what public schools (when allowed to raise children) create: Angry, Envious, and Publically Dependent adults

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  • April 11, 2014 at 10:09am

    Crap, what is this guy going to do. He can’t claim sexism or racism…and it sounds like he’s straight so homophobia is out the window. It does not appear (seeing that he worked for a strip club) that is is muslim so islamophobia is not an option. What oh what can he use as an excuse; poor guy.

  • April 11, 2014 at 10:05am

    –speculated that members of the GOP would be supportive of abortion if their daughters were impregnated by black men. The elected official, who has served in the state house since 1974, then offered to pay $100,000 cash to anyone who could show him a “bunch of whites” who have adopted black children in Alabama.—
    Who cares about the 100K read what he said: He basically blasted black people back-handedly. White people would support abortion if their daughters were impregnated by blacks; ie: blacks are the people having all the “unwanted” children and blacks are the people who need abortion. Show him a bunch of whites who adopted black children; again ie: blacks are the ones having all of the unwanted out of wedlock babies. Despite his comments backfiring the real eye opener here should be what he essentially said about black people.

  • April 10, 2014 at 2:59pm

    What people who say “no legal right to us FEDERAL land”…that is the crux of this protest. The rancher claims that this was Nevada and county land that was then taken by the federal govt after he and his family (as grazing rights can be passed down; ie grandfathered in) already had grazing rights agreements with the county and state of Nevada.
    This is what happens when govt is allowed in the tent…especially the federal govt.

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  • April 9, 2014 at 12:40pm

    It bothers me that he was able to stab 20 people before being subdued. It is not like you can rapidly stab people as you see in the movies (although I think they are counting every injury as being “stabbed”)

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  • April 9, 2014 at 11:46am

    For people arguing here that “they” don’t see a difference between religion and sexuality I would like to say; so what. What you stated is the exact problem with society today. We are governed by a constitution; if you don’t like it, change it. Otherwise, we must abide by it. The constitution treats religion differently and does not define what “equality” is when it comes to any other social issues. Therefore, constitutionally, is left up to the states.
    Likewise, if you “feel” that homosexuality is NOT a choice; again so what. Please reference above. From a scientific standpoint though I am not sure we have found any gene that leads to homosexuality. If their was it would be defined as a genetically terminal trait. Which means it would make itself go extinct from the gene pool as homosexuals are not capable of passing on their genetic information naturally (please reference nature to define naturally…not “we found a surrogate to have our baby).
    When laws are suddenly based on what we “feel” and not an unwavering foundation all hope is lost for a society as it is merely steps from approved tyranny.

  • April 9, 2014 at 11:35am

    I will only address the 2 largest falsities with your comment: 1) The constitution fully allows a private citizen to push whatever sort of religious belief they want even at a public institution. As long as the govt is not supplying, distributing or otherwise sponsoring the act. The farce that somehow all religion is banned from the public square is one of the great distortions of our times 2) The difference between what the religious “right” and homosexuals do is dramatic and cannot be equated. Homosexual activists push it “down our throats” because they HAVE the govt force their beliefs on other people (laws that force businesses to do something, city govt forced to have homosexual groups in a parade, school curriculum that is mandated ect). This is the complete opposite of private citizens wanting to express their religious beliefs on their own accord without govt mandate or intervention. Gays can protest or hand out material if they want. The problem is typically they USE the govt to force their beliefs or information. I think any honest historian would also cite that Judeo-Christian teachings and philosophy is also paramount to our nations history and recovery from difficult times even in the recent past. There is no constitutional protection that defines “equality” as whatever desire a person has. Outside of religion the constitution leaves nearly every social issue up to the states which unfortunately have been overwhelmed by federal power grabs on these

  • April 9, 2014 at 10:30am

    For the 30 billionth time: The fact that the constitution prohibits the federal or other governments from establishing a religion or forcing a certain religion on someone has NOTHING to do with private citizens talking about religion at a public institution. If this kid wants to hand out bibles he can actually do that as long as the govt is not in someway supplying them of handing them out. That assumes, of course, we follow what the constitution actually says.

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  • April 8, 2014 at 5:53pm

    These studies have been so debunked it is not even funny. They don’t even take into account number of days worked for most professions. Counter that with many women accept increased days of paid time off over a raise (we see that at our practice). It is silly to list the differences between women and men workers ON A LARGE SCALE (not case by case) but alas this is 2014 America.
    Closing comment: The war on women was discussed in 2011-2012. Now the gender pay gap is being discussed in 2014. My question is what party held the house from 2007-2011, the senate from 2007 until present, and the White House from 2009 until the present. The logical conclusion based on liberals own arguments is (just like for most Americans) liberalism has failed women.

  • April 8, 2014 at 3:21pm

    The problem is he has a contract with the state govt…the feds expanded their power. The REAL problem lies in an issue that started decades ago where the federal govt began to “regulate” land use and food prices to help “control” them (reference milk) all they really did was pick winners and losers though. The end result is the govt eventually becomes subservient to the whims of (choose your favorite liberal agenda) environmental radicals and suddenly this “relationship” takes a dramatic turn.

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