User Profile: texanpatriot


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  • [29] May 9, 2015 at 9:51pm

    Monk, it hurt me deeply to see that young man get a shot like that. Well, it was either that or my gut hurting from laughing so hart. Ok, honestly it was excessive laughter.

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  • [69] May 7, 2015 at 5:59pm

    If this rude kid is not taught the lesson in life of accountability and consequences then he will learn both when his light is punched out when there is no one around.

    But it seems that the teacher has not learned this important lesson as well. As an adult he is about to learn in a painful way.

  • [2] May 6, 2015 at 7:29pm

    They may have learned a valuable lesson in consequences of actions. If they have then this could be a turning point for them.

    If not there will be a judge in their further (and maybe old Guido in their first cell) who will try again to hammer it home!?!

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  • [7] May 6, 2015 at 7:23pm

    Who wrote this headline? Why the hell do we need to know the man is GAY? Homosexuals comprise 2-3% of our population and if you read the mainstream media (and The Blaze, evidently) you would get the impression that 90% of Americans are homosexuals.

    If I were to describe a ‘typical’ American gleaned from the most recent census would sexual preference enter into it?

    OK, I have to stop now…

  • [27] May 6, 2015 at 7:17pm

    “On November 5, 2009, a mass murder took place at Fort Hood, near Killeen, Texas. Nidal Malik Hasan, a U.S. Army major and psychiatrist, fatally shot 13 people and injured more than 30 others. The shooting produced more casualties than any other on an American military base. Several individuals, including Senator Joe Lieberman, General Barry McCaffrey, and others have called the event a terrorist attack. The United States Department of Defense and federal law enforcement agencies have classified the shootings as an act of workplace violence.”

    Really? A man runs through a crowd of our heroes screaming “allahu akbar” and he is given a pass as it concerns purpose of the attack. Horse hockey!

    We are getting fed up…

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  • [20] May 6, 2015 at 6:59pm

    The congress, with a few exceptions, is rotten to the core. The difference of a politician as compared to a statesman: the former cares about the next election; the later cares about the next generation.

    I have given up trying to understand how congress conducts business in the swamp.

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  • [11] May 5, 2015 at 6:27pm

    I would be more inclined to believe these promulgations when these scientists tell us who caused the ‘Big Bang’. Many say it demonstrates ‘intelligent design’. Whose intelligence could possibly design the breadth and complexity of the Solar System much less all of an expanding and as of yet undiscovered universe.
    I am not a scientist but I know.

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  • [44] May 4, 2015 at 9:07pm

    “Conflict of interest, I don’t have no stinking conflict of interest!?! Now, white people, they have conflict of interests, that for sure. That’s why I am going to prosecute the every loving crap out of at least three of the dad gum cops.”

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  • [3] May 4, 2015 at 7:19pm

    Ah, Avenger, you have such a wonderful way with words. LOL.

  • [1] May 4, 2015 at 4:34pm

    Where is the consistency behind the hollow words? How about the many executions in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere? Where is the spirit of convert or die condemned? When was the last ‘expose’ shown/published in the American press?

    If we were hearing the true beliefs of O than we would be achieving successes on the battlefield.

    I am so tired of this poor excuse of an American!!!

  • [5] May 4, 2015 at 4:27pm

    ‘British Islamic State fighter Junaid Hussain?’: since when do we not call these vermin terrorist?

    Muhammad is a child molester who is probably in Hell and he speaks through his father, the devil.

    A headline in the British press says: ISIS fear in Texas. I will clean this up: horse manure!!! It is a rare instance where muhammad’s blind followers actually choose to fight face to face. They are cowards who hide in the shadows and kill women and children. No fear in Texas.

    Another article says: ‘Blogger Pamela Geller, 56, president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative has a ‘long history of hatred’. Well, how can I say this? Bull fertilizer!!! It is called free speech. Maybe the press in England, similar to the press, don’t have a clue.

    I only pray that our next president understands the history of America and how to prosecute a successful war. I would rather have us fight in the Middle East and then use the German and Japanese models of occupation. I do not doubt that we will not attempt this prior to 2017.

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  • [29] May 4, 2015 at 2:54am

    I remember in a speech standing before the flag General Patton said something like: ‘The German bastards are going our there to die for their country and our job is to help them do just that.’.
    Substitute muhammad for flag and we have the same approach for the 21st century we are in (maybe I should say we should have since the current commander-in-chief does not have the testículos,as the Spanish would say.

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  • [45] May 4, 2015 at 2:37am

    What we have is a group of people who are coming to our country and basically saying: “Your constitution and my religion are inconsistent; if you violate my religion then you will pay a price. When we have enough people we will replace your outdated document and laws with our sharia law; you either accept that or we will show up and take all of your lives.”

    In some states we have the same answer that we used 239 years ago: we will meet you with violence until you either accept our way of life or leave. Your time to decide…

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  • [86] May 4, 2015 at 12:23am

    The bill to ‘open-carry’ guns has passed the Texas Senate and will pass the House. Governor Greg Abbot ran on this as one of his commitment to our citizens. Texas is NOT a gun free zone.

    Typically if you aim a weapon at a law officer here you will encounter well trained and determined individuals. I believe that they do not take this decision lightly but neither will they hesitate.

    Texans will not be bullied by any group to give us our hard won and maintained liberties…

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  • April 30, 2015 at 9:13pm

    To paraphrase:

    “Speaking generally, breaking both the spirit and intent of the Constitution, to use your word, is not tantamount to doing anything wrong,” That should cover our actions for our eight years of purely legal but misunderstood actions.

  • [53] April 29, 2015 at 8:29pm

    ‘Greg Abbott says he has sued Obama administration 25 times’ Thank you Mr. Attorney General during your time in office and now, as our Governor, keep up the good/necessary work.

    We have been and will continue to fight for ourselves and states who are of a like spirit. Many of our friends have joined us in the legal battle.

    We are unhappy here and are just not sure what our next steps are for sure. It is so unacceptable the way the president has treated our troops and the reverse on both of the active wars against those who would eliminate us (a trend by the democrats since Korea).

    It is illegal for federal troops to operate in Texas and it is ironic that the same guy, who could not spell war if we spotted him the ‘wa’, has the gall to send federal troops to practice battle against patriots versus protecting our borders.

    Just keep it up…

  • April 29, 2015 at 6:11pm

    O said he would fundamentally change America and he HAS and will continue to for another two years. He squandered his time with a Democrat congress and has stonewalled (with the help of dingy harry) or simply bypassed congress since.
    To his great joy he learned that he can do so without consequences and will do even more. I can only hope that judges like U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen will intervene to stop this travesty.
    As long as the Speaker of the House and the Senate majority leader are mired in their corruption then I am not holding my breath.

  • [5] April 28, 2015 at 5:18pm

    There will come a time!

    Our country was established on the unique basis that rights are given by our Creator and, as such, cannot be taken away by man. This is the first and only time in the history of mankind that this has been declared to be so. And, as is certainly the case, is the last.

    Americans are sick and tired of this crap and this evil — destroying what was established and what has continued to cost much blood and treasure to maintain. And this was won and maintained, not just for ourselves but for millions of others around the world. We are not conquerors, we are liberators.

    So, there will come a time when Americans will again try to take back what has been stolen. Our biggest problem currently is that the thieves are much more determined and organized than owners of the possessions (our treasure and our children).

    There will come a time?

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  • [128] April 27, 2015 at 7:57pm

    And in a just completed interview, President Obama was quoted as saying: “If the man had not acted stupidly he would not have been beaten as badly.”

    In other news: the mayor of Baltimore has accepted a new position with the US Attorney General responsible for riot control.

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  • [34] April 10, 2015 at 5:58pm

    I wonder how Officer Daniel Faulkner’s wife hurts to this day and how she missed the opportunity to teach real compassion by sending the letters to help in her loss?

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