User Profile: Fla.Patriot


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  • [57] October 17, 2014 at 10:38pm

    Brown died, over stupid “Black pride”

  • [2] October 17, 2014 at 3:04am

    What Democrat are we endorsing in Tampa Bay? And who’s we, The Blaze?

  • [1] October 17, 2014 at 2:49am

    To whom are you refering?

  • [16] October 11, 2014 at 2:25am

    Oh Hellll no! Jeb Bush!? I want a do over. I can’t stand the guy. He was our governor here in florida and we’re still trying to straighten out our educational system. At least I didn’t end up with Chris Cristy

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  • [2] October 10, 2014 at 12:16am

    Case in point, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid are both devout Catholics and both support the mass murder of the unborn. Calling yourself a Christian does not give you free reign to do whatever is expedient to your own greed with the knowledge that Jesus Christ has paid the tab. I think that willful sins without conscience or true repentance are the same as turning our back on God. Not to be confused with weakness and mistakes, which Christ expects as we are imperfect, but there has to be remorse before there can be forgivness. No man is rightous except through Jesus Christ. That’s my opinion and it’s my opinion because my Father was the Pastor of a small country church, and we had many conversations on the subject before he died 2 years ago.

  • [15] October 8, 2014 at 12:58am

    As to the first Question, No, they are not here legally. There was a story on Drudge about that. As to the second question, Not only white people are being healed. The 2 doctors that survived in Atlanta survived because they drew a lucky card…that’s it. The CDC has even admitted that they have no way of knowing if the experimental serum they gave them made any difference at all. Ebola does not have a 100% mortality rate so it’s mostly chance. One thing I do know is that if he were in Liberia, he’d already be dead. There wouldn’t be any dialysis, he would get antibiotics and fluids and that’s about it. Ebola isn’t racist. It doesn’t care what color it’s host is. It’s a virus.

  • [7] October 8, 2014 at 12:48am

    Right? That’s the first thing I thought. And that line of crap about him being in the country for his sons graduation…no he’s not. He’s here because he knew that after handling 3 people in Liberia who died from Ebola, that he more than likely was infected. And he knew that going to the hospital in Liberia he would more than likely be turned away and even if he wasn’t would probably not survive. So I guess if he doesn’t survive, which is likely, then the family with the help of Jackson, will try to sue the Hospital even though Ebola has about a 80% mortality rate. Hopefully one of the family members is infected and passes it on to Jesse, that’s the only happy ending that I can envision.

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  • [11] October 7, 2014 at 3:49am

    He is truly “The Great One”. He doesn’t just know the Constitution inside and out, he can tell you exactly what influenced the founders and what shaped their thoughts while framing the Declaration of independence and the Constitution. I pity the Liberal that tries to match brain pans with him, it’s usually a pretty brutal beat down, and I love him for it.

  • [10] October 7, 2014 at 3:43am

    Don’t get me wrong, I have a lot of respect for Glenn Beck, But I was really hoping to get Mark Levin. He is the one I relate to the most.

  • [166] October 6, 2014 at 10:44pm

    Uh Oh, she done went off the plantation!

  • [3] October 4, 2014 at 3:15am

    HEY! I’m from Florida and we resemble that remark ;)

  • [16] October 4, 2014 at 2:28am

    Yea, that’s it. For their oil. That must be why the price of a barrel has dropped so dramatically. Why with all the oil we’ve acquired in our conquest of Iraq and Afganistan, we’ve managed to pay off the national debt AND keep gas under a buck a gallon even with the 18cents per gallon the Feds have been skimming. Right

  • [38] October 3, 2014 at 11:01pm

    Really? It’s not airbourne huh? Riddle me this; Ebola is a virus that mutates at a genetic level EVERY time it is transmitted. Those 2 doctors that came back to Atlanta that took the experimental drug and were cured, weren’t cured. They were just in the lucky group that it didn’t kill. They have no way of knowing if the drug (of which there is no more) helped at all. They also have no way of knowing if it can be spread before symptoms show. The spread of this virus is exponential and it is constantly mutating. For the CDC to say that they have any kind of grasp on how to deal with an outbreak is patently false. You can’t have a contingency plan to deal with something that is constantly changing. The only way to stop it is now gone. It never should have made it into the country, but Obama and his CDC made sure that it did. Pandoras box is opened and it’s gonna get a lot worse before it runs it’s course. I guess killing off a large percentage of the population was the only way Obama could make Obamacare work. Not that it will ever work, but you catch my drift.

  • [13] October 3, 2014 at 10:49pm

    Lol! Wendy Rottencrotch! I havn’t heard that name since I was in basic training @ Ft. Leonard Wood in 82. I had forgotten all about it. Thanks for the great memory :)

  • [29] October 3, 2014 at 2:06am

    O.K, lets get something straight (no pun intended) The only rights violated here were the business owners. Had the lesbians wanted to purchase anything other than a wedding cake, I’m sure they would have been accomodated. However, in the Christian religion, Marriage is a union sanctified by God. Most of us Christians could care less if they can have legal civil unions, get all the survivors benefits, tax benefits etc. It’s the Marriage that goes against our religion. There used to be a time when if you owned your own business, you had the right to refuse service to anyone. Now the Government wants to be involved in every aspect of the business except the actual labor required. And as far as Homosexuals being the same as neo nazis, sounds to me like these lesbians were cut from the same cloth to me. They could have gone somewhere else, but oh no, they literally had to make a federal case out of it. They don’t want equal rights, they want special rights and the fact that this couple is willing to loose it all to honor their beliefs tells me that they are the only ones with any character in this situation.

  • [21] October 2, 2014 at 3:14am

    Moonlight, that’s the point, he knew that he in all likelihood had Ebola. This article doesn’t even tell the whole story. The NY Times had an article on him and he was in contact with more than just one person that died from Ebola. Apparently his landlords daughter died from Ebola as well. He had close contact with a minimum of 3 people who died from it. That was probably his reason for coming to the United States. He took one person to the Hospital in Liberia and they were turned away and that person died. He was not going to let that happen to him. He came here for medical care. I don’t for a second beleive that he only had contact with 12 – 18 people since arriving here. Not in an area as densly populated as Dallas. Pandoras box I fear, has been opened

  • [2] October 1, 2014 at 11:22pm

    Think again. No matter what races are involved, her story does NOT add up. And you can bet the cops investigating this case are thinking the same thing.

  • [6] October 1, 2014 at 11:11pm

    O.K, am I the only onewho picked up on the fact that her desciption includes the statement that the “Scragly white guy CLAIMED to have a weapon”? Well, did he or didn’t he? This aint no small woman, and you want me to believe that some scagly white guy who never actually showed her a weapon was able to force her to drive him around for days, assaulted her and broke her arm, locked her in the trunk, and never once did she call his bluff on even having a weapon? Her story doesn’t add up, and I’m not buying it

  • [2] September 30, 2014 at 1:13am

    Greetings Monk, I was looking through some of my old postings on my profile page, and I saw that you had asked me what part of Florida I was in. Funny that you’re in Tampa as most of my kids still live there. I moved to Clearwater about 5 years ago for work, but lived in Forest Hills for years. I’m sure you know where that’s at. In fact, Forest Hills grocery is still the place I go when I want the best subs in Tampa. Small world :)

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  • [2] September 23, 2014 at 11:45pm

    REALLY!? 4 Americans in Bengazi? Where you been? The collective body count racked up by the Clinton clan over their political careers would take me 6 hour of playing Call of Duty to even come close. Not dissing our Men in Bengazi, just pointing out that the Iceburg of death that is the Clintons created is of continental proportions. That’s how Hillary could be so callous and flippant about it. When she said “What difference does it make”, she meant it lierally. To her, it was just 4 more bodies in the wood pile.

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