User Profile: PrfctlyFrank

PrfctlyFrank

Member Since: October 26, 2010

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  • [1] December 20, 2014 at 2:38pm

    Oh come on, Mahatma Gandhi was on this decades ago. Where in the world do you think Pakistan came from. These are all Muslim nations that their immigrants are coming from, and where ever they go problems follow.

  • December 20, 2014 at 2:34pm

    Well as long as they stay away from the movie industry they’ll be all right. However there goes paradise.

  • December 20, 2014 at 2:21am

    A certain Ms. Atkinson, formerly of CBS fame could tell you some stories actually about sophisticated intrusions into private computer systems and networks.. philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2013/06/17/sharyl-attkisson-shares…

  • December 20, 2014 at 2:12am

    At least now, unlike during Benghazi, we’ll know where he is..

  • December 20, 2014 at 2:11am

    I ain’t buyin it.. The IP trail bounced off a site in north korea so they’re gonna pin it on them eh? Little too convenient.. Not to mention a breach at this level being pulled off without inside help? I’m not so sure that tin pot dictator kim jong none, wouldn’t relish an American movie made about him regardless of any embarrassment. And I’m more skeptical of the norks abilities to get this done without some sort of inside cooperation. Just sayin..

  • [3] December 20, 2014 at 1:56am

    So many of these kids responding to these “petitions,” are simply not up to understanding the real world.. They’ve never had to deal with it.. It is represented to them by professors who have likewise never had to deal with the real world. If voting were anything more than the joke it has become, and were considered with the importance it truly represents, then some kind of basic knowledge of WTF people were voting for should be required.. Just a basic civics test asking maybe who the vice president is.. Or what the Congress is.. Or what the Constitution is.. How bout that? But noooooo… We have people voting, legally, that have no clue what it is they’re voting for.. No skin in the game.. No experience to draw from.. It is not their fault.. It is the fault of those who insist on manipulating them, through star power, or through the entertainment media ( pop culture) for their votes when these kids seriously have no clue what the manipulators are up to..

  • [2] December 20, 2014 at 1:34am

    Academics are all alike. They know more and more about less and less until they know everything about nothing. They are then predisposed to simplifying their wisdom into very basic, albeit untrue, statements of character about people and their ideas that they know nothing whatsoever about.. They don’t need to.. They’re teachers.. They’re too smart to have to know the details.

  • December 20, 2014 at 1:22am

    The Norks? I’ll bet not.. Somebody set that up as just another route through a dozen different IP addresses.. This thing bounced all over the world before it sucked the soul out of Sony.. This will not be the last of the cyber blackmail we’re gonna see. Somebody is laughing themselves silly at how easy this was, with minimal inside information.. Just Sayin…

  • [2] December 16, 2014 at 12:23pm

    John McCain is the poster boy for torture. Sure, he made up a lot of stuff in an attempt to alleviate the torture he was enduring. That was after he gave the viet cong all the real intelligence he knew. And for mccain to come out with a moral equivalency argument is ludicrous. The tortures he endured were not the same thing as the CIA methods and he knows it. We need a new study. One that determines at what point in a career politicians life the politics actually overwhelm the brain and cause it to shift into the mode where truth is no longer relevant, or desirable. Heroin does it rather quickly. I fear politics does it as quickly.

  • [3] December 16, 2014 at 12:15pm

    Where exactly do you get your information? How do you know the answer to both questions is “no?” You assume, is the answer. The report coming from the Senate committee doesn’t know the answer either, because they conveniently did not interview anyone in the CIA. The Senate report is another political weapon wielded by the democrats that, when graded on accuracy, citing of references and sources, or bearing any bona fides at all, fails miserably.. All the dems have to do however is decide it’s politically effective, and throw it out there for you sheep to swallow whole. Terrible that the fate of the greatest Nation on Earth is being brought down by people that do not care for, or seek the truth. Only personal political gain, or some idea that a committee is more capable of running peoples lives than people are.

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  • December 16, 2014 at 11:58am

    What’s going on in Africa is not much worse than whats going on south of our southern border. Murders by the tens of thousands, beheaded corpses hanging from freeway overpasses, entire villages and small towns with all their young children gone, just gone, and knowing that the local, “policia,” are at least involved, if not responsible. Rape is a way of life in parts of Mexico, just as in Africa. Not much in the mutilation department though. The Mexican cartels just kill, in the most gruesome way. In Africa at least the victims get a choice. Long sleeves, or short sleeves.

  • [18] December 16, 2014 at 11:43am

    Typical liberal.. This is what these people do, take a wonderful story about good and turn it into something contrary.., Thanks a lot but*hole..

  • [28] December 12, 2014 at 10:54am

    You cannot teach a moral lesson to those who have no morals. Professional politics is in and of itself inherently immoral. Why? It is the business of the pride of self promotion. It is the business of manipulating human beings, and for the purpose of ruling over them. Politics can only be held in check when it is a burden. Not when it is a privilege. When the most lucrative professions are politics themselves, or working for the politicians, as in federal employees, the battle to restrain government is already lost.

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  • [12] December 12, 2014 at 10:34am

    So what do you do when a gang of these cops show up at your house, and tear it apart for some reason unknown to you? Then take all your guns, money, and anything else they deem important to them, impound it, and force you to jump through as many hoops as they deem fit to get it back? What do you do when it happens to your neighbor? This cop attitude is spilling out all over the place. This attitude, like the rest of the country, is a serious, us against them, mentality that can, and will, pit The People, against the domestic police force to the point where “federal intervention,” in local law enforcement will become necessary.. Wait a minute… Isn’t that about to happen right now?

  • [2] December 12, 2014 at 10:10am

    I think that at this point God may be a little more concerned with the judgements in our hearts, than the distress that caused a man to kill himself. Who knows what drove him? God does, and now Mr. Di- Natale is in His care.

  • [13] December 11, 2014 at 1:03pm

    I really hope she didn’t hurt one of the children when she so rudely slapped the poor kids gun away. Seems white folks just won’t give a helpless, and I’m sure hungry and cold, scared and frightened, kids a break. Just gets out of her van swingin a cane at the first black kids that came along trying to help her. I’m sure all they wanted to do was park her van a little closer to the curb. (SARC) There’s your narratve sharpton. Run with it.

  • [13] December 11, 2014 at 12:51pm

    Thats because obama got accepted into college on a foreign student exception. His grades from high school wouldn’t have warranted acceptance otherwise. Seems a little excess, “choom ganging,” didn’t help the young hussein with his GPA. No one thinks obama is as smart as he thinks he is. His disrespect for all things presidential, except of course his own wildly out of control privilege, is indicative of his actual lack of real education, and any commitment to his oath of office. The only thing he has ever accomplished in his life, is to get elected President of The United States.. The man is totally devoid of any of the morals that a person develops when they actually set out to produce something, and then do it. Shocking really. Living proof of why gruber can’t be indicted for fraud. He was absolutely correct about the American people.

  • [7] December 11, 2014 at 12:40pm

    Doesn’t matter how obvious the truth is, some of you just won’t believe it.. Democrats are losing because even the most strident of supporters are getting embarrassed by their lies and juvenile tactics. Scott Walker is an amazing man, and an excellent Governor. 3 elections proved it. You prog idiots will never be happy until a very small minority controls a very stupid majority. That is your goal. Problem is, people simply will not get stupid enough, fast enough, for you.

  • [3] October 28, 2014 at 10:23am

    Actually, Cannabis may be the cure. It is worth the try. There are going to be a lot of surprises in medical research of Canabis if they’d only do it.

  • October 27, 2014 at 8:35am

    Not so much “stupid,” as completely ammoral and miseducated in our useless and very damaging education system. They are smart enough, which makes them dangerous.

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