User Profile: Geetee52


Member Since: September 01, 2010


  • [8] January 19, 2016 at 9:37am

    O’Reilly has an ego that will not allow him to be wrong. He is about as stubborn as they come and simply will not admit BO is at minimum a socialist. He would be sort of right if he said America would not knowingly elect a socialist (although that now remains to be seen given the number of takers may now outnumber the producers), but our current president has demonstrated over and over his willingness to do as much as he can to have government take over the energy industry and his method(s) of basically making de-facto employees of millions of undeserving and fraudulent on the public dole…which are not to be confused with those having genuine need.

    I will always be grateful to O’Reilly for creating The Factor, but he went off the rails long ago.

  • [18] January 14, 2016 at 2:12pm

    If Apple thinks migrating to a Lightning jack is going to make it better somehow, that is one thing.

    However…for my lone voice among a multitude of a zillion iPhone owners I can say that I don’t want my phone any thinner just for the sake of of it. It is already a bit flimsy as it is…(I had to have it replaced because the chassis was slightly bent)…but even if that weren’t the case, it’s just thin enough already…I like to FEEL something in my hand when I’m holding it. If we’re getting a vote…or if anyone is actually listening to feedback…if there is new space achieved because of enginnering and technology, I’d rather see them use it to make the phone with a battery that lasts longer.

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  • January 11, 2016 at 8:56am

    While it is true the game has become less fun to watch because of all the penalties, the root cause is all the litigation against the NFL. While I am no fan of the commissioner, (quite the opposite actually), he is tasked with doing ‘something’ about all the lawsuits. If the NFL does nothing, some jury is going to award a zillion $ to the litigants. Other than taking Shakespeare’s advice in regard to lawyers, I’m not sure what can be done to untangle the mess. I’d love for the game to go back to being played how it used to be, but I also want players to have a relatively healthy life when they are finished playing.

  • [3] January 6, 2016 at 9:32am

    What are any of the big-talking Senators and Reps doing about stopping this now?

    How could even this SCOTUS not recognize that ‘shall not be infringed’ has been usurped in both the spirit and letter of the Constitution.

    Cruz and others hold elected positions NOW…and should be doing whatever is in their power to refuse to bow to abuses like this. If they won’t do what they are empowered to do NOW, how can we rely on their word for later when they say ‘IF I am…then I will do such and such…’?

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  • [2] January 4, 2016 at 7:59am

    If his polling numbers showed him to be leading, there’d be no way he would be mentioning term limits and a balanced budget. Why weren’t these subjects part of his agenda when he first declared for candidacy?

    Once desperation sets in, only then will the candidates finally bring up the important subjects that the electorate wants addressed.

  • [3] January 3, 2016 at 11:55am

    “His first impulse always is to take rights away from law-abiding citizens, and it’s wrong, and to use executive powers he doesn’t have is a pattern that is quite dangerous.”
    Easily the best statement Jeb (or anyone else) has made that articulates the feelings of those that believe in both the spirit and letter of the Constitution. It is a shame that the senators and representatives we have in place haven’t jumped on this sentiment from Day 1.

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  • [1] December 15, 2015 at 12:39pm

    It appears Megyn Kelly still doesn’t get it. It is not political correctness at all…it is political engineering by a president to change a country from what he doesn’t like into something he does.

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  • [12] November 16, 2015 at 10:40am

    His comment about someone shouting out during a moment of silence was OK…but it was at that point he should have kept his mouth shut instead of editorializing about the cause and effect of prejudice. It sounds like something a progressive would say before they start blaming America.

  • [-2] November 2, 2015 at 12:27pm

    The Blaze seems to hang on every word this guy has to say. What exactly makes him so worthy of print every time he blathers on against someone he hates?

    He seems like just another hateful, intolerant leftist that wants everything and anything related to morality, faith, and the Bill of Rights eliminated.

  • [5] September 30, 2015 at 10:30am

    Giving credit to Boehner for ‘winning’ the majority makeup in place is all I need to hear.

    This is the next excuse-making apologist in line for no other reason than it is his ‘turn’.

    We need someone that is NOT in the current power structure and someone that is willing…no…EAGER to point out the failings of Boehner & Co. by demonstrating a willingness to REPRESENT THE BASE.

  • [6] September 25, 2015 at 10:01am

    from Bill.. “What is truly astounding is the woman’s ignorance,” he said.

    What is really astounding is that Bill continues to misunderstand that is is NOT ignorance at all, it is nothing more than leveraging the Dems ability to intentionally use false information while enjoying the protection of a duplicitous media that will allow it to go unchecked and unchallenged.

    Bill is a decent guy. He is just naive…and that Harvard ego of his seems to keep him from acknowleging what most plainly see.

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  • March 25, 2014 at 6:41am

    Outrageous, offensive, evil…etc. All those words come to mind but don’t mean much since they are contained in our little suppressed corner of the world.

    What is actually needed is some sort of sanctioned oversight board whose responsibility is to review and make sure things like revisionist history, partisan ideology, and anti-American propaganda don’t make it into the textbooks in the first place.

    Additionally, it would be peachy if those that abuse their access and authority regarding content and editing are identified and held accountable. Once this stuff makes it to print there is almost nothing that can be done about it. Lefties know this and gleefully enable the inclusion of such content..knowing that at least to this point, there is no reason to fear accountability.

  • March 4, 2014 at 1:29pm

    Shouldn’t he be referred to as Wrongly convicted Congressman rather than Former convict Congressman?

  • November 17, 2013 at 12:00pm

    It appears I have stumbled across the source of the Democrat’s playbook.

    A scene from the 1967 movie “Guide For the Married Man” simply has to be the template for what has become their staple strategy.

    It is 1:44 long and is worth your time to check it out. Brilliant how it works.

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  • October 14, 2013 at 5:06am

    Viewers should understand what they are in for when viewing any program on NBC. The network is run by committed Leftists that have made the decision to take every opportunity to forward the Leftist agenda. They were certainly not going to waste the opportunity to hijack a captive sports audience that in most cases wants politics kept away from sports. Their ideology permeates all programming…certainly the news division…sports…drama…even sitcoms. If it weren’t for Sunday Night Football, I’d never tune to anything on NBC.

  • August 20, 2013 at 1:48pm

    How long before ‘Republican’ Governor Christie signs legislation that outlaws the use of hot oil as a weapon?

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  • July 3, 2013 at 11:43am

    If I was to bet, I’d put my money on her getting Hannity’s slot. Despite his ratings…which are very good…Fox has noticeably moved away from the right…and Hannity is way too conservative for them at this point.

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  • June 18, 2013 at 9:31am

    This is all nice to hear…and he makes the case for his decision quite clearly…but…

    The points used to support his conversion are not new and I presume he knew them before today. Why then, was he a Democrat in the first place?

    I don’t ask that question with any agenda or attempt to discredit…I really would just like to know what kept him a Dem all this time?

  • February 27, 2013 at 10:52am

    OK…John Boehner has made his obligatory statement of ‘outrage’.

    Now what, Mr. Speaker? Is your job regarding this matter finished?

    Step up, for crying out loud.

  • February 23, 2013 at 1:43am

    Surely there is some connection from this depiction of the Tea Party to Linda McMahon.

    She has run and lost twice as a Republican candidate from Connecticut. Is the Tea Party widely accepted in the state of CT? If I were to guess…or bet…I’d say she is closer to the elites in the Republican Party by a long shot.

    The WWE character is no accident.

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