User Profile: FriendOfReality


Member Since: January 27, 2013


  • [19] October 17, 2015 at 2:19pm

    Trump does understand that out foreign policy over the last 10 years has been a complete disaster.

    Being directly or indirectly involved in the removal of leaders in the Middle East has given us ISIS and put us in a position where our allies don’t and won’t trust us because we refuse to finish what we started and our enemies don’t fear us for the same reason.

    He understands that Obamas desire to blame America and his refusal to back up his red lines has given us a world where Russia is seen as strong and we are seen as weak.

    He understands that the next president will only have one choice unless he/ she is willing to involve the USA in full blown conflict – to take a step back.

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  • [32] December 9, 2014 at 7:57am

    He had a knife. He didn’t comply with the officers orders. He was moving towards them. He just got done committing a homicide.

    Because this video exists, the MSM probably won’t touch this story.

  • [17] October 8, 2014 at 8:45am

    Belligerence? Where? He didn’t say anything belligerent.

    They were pulled over for a seat belt violation. What reason did the police officer(s) have to harass and essentially detain the passenger?

    If you actually read the entire story, he told the officers that he did not have his ID and gave them his name, birthdate, and address. Apparently that wasn’t good enough though?

    Cops don’t have the right to harass this guy, you, me, or anyone else just because they feel like it.

    It would be one thing if they had suspected that the guy committed a crime or was a wanted fugitive, but they just seemed intent on harassing him.

  • January 29, 2014 at 10:08pm

    In that case, she should be a good little libturd and give it all away. That is the liberal way, isn’t it?

    Oh, that’s right….

    They don’t like to give their own money. They only like to find ways to give away other peoples money.

  • January 4, 2014 at 4:52pm

    As much as I can’t stand MHP 99.99999999999% of the time, her apology was probably one of the most sincere ones that I’ve ever seen.

    Even though I think she is an idiot, she earned a smidge of respect from me that she didn’t have before.

  • December 27, 2013 at 12:34am

    Yeah, because they don’t deserve a few extras, right? I mean, the $18,000 starting salary is more than enough pay for a young man or woman to put their name on the dotted line, get shipped overseas, and fight for their country, right?

    I mean, when they are in the desert, they are working 9-5 desk jobs in Air Conditioned offices, right? It’s not like they are putting their lives on the line, right? Or spending months and/or years away from their families, right?

    The nerve of these vets to actually expect the decent pay and retirement benefits that they were PROMISED, when Uncle Sams recruiters were telling them whatever they had to hear to sign up.

  • August 27, 2013 at 2:53pm

    Yeah, definitely an over reaction. As a matter of fact, the whole week has been full of over reactions, hasn’t it?

    I mean, it’s not like if a bunch of white kids harassed and assaulted a little black girl, filmed it, and then uploaded it to the internet with the title THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN BLACK PEOPLE MAKE WHITE PEOPLE MAD


    If a white teenager posted to his facebook and twitter accounts how he hated black people and then killed one

    That the left would think any of that was racist, right?

    They would probably just say, kids will be kids, I’m sure.

  • August 27, 2013 at 2:38pm

    How can you say that it had NOTHING to do with race when the title of the video was WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WHITE PEOPLE PISS BLACK PEOPLE OFF.

    The entire title of the video has to do with race – Not only in it’s words, but in it’s tone and in the comments that were left under the video.

  • June 22, 2013 at 6:29pm

    I was just thinking the same thing. His first call might have been to the president of The New Wack Panthers, but his second call was to the Department of Justice – Eric Holders extension.

  • June 22, 2013 at 6:27pm

    As much as I would LOVE to see this dirt bag thrown in jail for a couple decades, I don’t understand why he was stopped in the first place?

    Because he was wearing a ballistic vest? Since when did wearing a ballistic vest become illegal, constitute a search, or make it OK for the police to detail and/or question someone?

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  • June 12, 2013 at 11:14am

    I’m sure after hearing this that Obama and Kerry are trying to figure out how they can funnel some more money to Egypt, so that they can arm themselves against their enemies. (Us)

  • June 11, 2013 at 1:42am

    So, will this IRS agent now be suspending the tax exemption for the NAACP, OFA, and several other liberal groups because they protest, file lawsuits, and confront others in an attempt to force their beliefs on others?

  • May 30, 2013 at 7:44pm

    What crime was he suspected of having committed when the officers made contact with him?

    If he wasn’t committing a crime or wasn’t suspected of committing a crime, the officers had no right to detain him anyway and he can look at them any way he wants to.

  • May 30, 2013 at 11:27am

    Yeah, that quote is almost as crazy as the “Obamas” forgetting where Barracks homeland is when they said he “was going to his homeland” while describing an upcoming trip to Kenya. You would think the President and his wife would remember where he was born?

    Or When Mr. Oblowme informed us that there were 57 states.

    Or When he told us all he knew nothing about fast and furious right before he claimed Executive Priv.

    Or who can forget these hilarious and patently false Quotes by our esteemed POTUS…

    “I will reduce the deficit by half in my first term”

    “I will bring the unemployment rate to 5.9%”

    or the funniest of them all.

    “I will have the most transparent administration in history”

  • May 24, 2013 at 2:31pm

    I think we should cut him some slack on this one. From the angle that he was walking up to the copter, it doesn’t even look like he noticed the salute, but as soon as he realized his “mistake” he got out of the copter and did his best to rectify it.

    Not only that, but while it’s become a tradition for the POTUS to salute, it isn’t required.

  • May 10, 2013 at 11:13pm

    geee, I wonder why conservatives think that the ******** want to take away ALL the guns?

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