User Profile: GeoChk

GeoChk

Member Since: December 13, 2012

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  • [7] August 31, 2015 at 1:37pm

    The father’s grief Cannot be an excuse to relinquish our rights. The true cause of this tragedy is the political correctness and victim mentality that allowed this crazy a-hole to get away with his blaming everyone else for his shortcomings, and probably kept him from being charged or committed. The problem is with the politically correct doctrine that says that we ar eno longer allowed to force treatment on the dangerously mentally ill, and instead must just suffer them living amongst us. Every one of these kind of murders, there were warning signs that were not heeded. How many die needlessly due to political correctness? His grief does not trump my rights!

  • [10] August 31, 2015 at 1:09pm

    And that statement is a sad testimony to the damage progressives have done to the country. The beacon of light that people from around the world risk their lives to be a part of is denigrated and unappreciated by those fortunate enough to have been born here. Truly sad.

  • [18] August 31, 2015 at 1:05pm

    The difference with people who chose to serve their country, whether a combat vet or not, is that they signed on the dotted line and swore to protect their fellow countrymen. All service people sacrifice, whether it is just the sacrifice of being away from friends and family, the sacrifice of not being able to walk away from the job, the sacrifice of giving up some of their first amendment rights to protect the rights of others, or the very real sacrifice of the risk of death or physical or mental injury. All of this for the equivalent pay of flipping burgers. So while not every service member is facing the enemy daily, they all sign up with the knowledge that that is a very real possibility. As the mother of an active duty sailor and a veteran myself, obviously I feel strongly about this issue. It’s NOT “just a job.”

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  • [18] August 31, 2015 at 12:45pm

    How is it we can have “recovery” and record numbers on food stamps? How can we have nearly 4% growth, and “record” job openings, at the same time we have historic numbers out of the workforce? How can we have 5% unemployment and nearly 40% of eligible workers not employed? How can we have 1% inflation and outrageous price increases for goods? How can we have economic growth and falling wages? These are just a few questions I have. Either someone is lying, or the basic laws of economics have changed.

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  • [11] August 18, 2015 at 10:28am

    What we need to understand is the whole “Climate Change” thing is about Marxism. All about destroying our economy. Instead of bringing the rest of the world up to our standards, America and other advanced nations must be brought down to their level. It’s only “fair.” They’ve been hugely successful at it so far. Indoctrination works, people. Had a conversation with a very bright young lady who insisted that carbon dioxide was a “poison” and a “toxin” because that is what she had been taught. She had no idea that climate change was a theory supported only by computer models and insisted it was fact. Was completely blown away when I showed her references refuting it. “But EVERYONE KNOWS it’s real!!”

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  • August 18, 2015 at 10:23am

    The whole thing is misogynist. https://thewaterpipe.wordpress.com/2013/12/22/can-a-fart-be-misogynist/

  • [8] August 18, 2015 at 10:18am

    They consider themselves the “elites”. In a communist society, there are the elites, and there is everyone else. It is great for the elites. Really, really awful for everyone else.

  • [1] August 17, 2015 at 7:42pm

    Sarge I’ve read your comments on the Blaze for years and I nirmally agree with you. What I want to know, though, is how can you say that Trump is not a RINO? He was a democrat until very recently! He supported all the things we on the right excoriated Romney for! I know, I know, Reagan was a democrat before he was a republican. But democrats were different back then… JFK would be considered extreme right wing today! Trump was a democrat and Obama supporter a couple years ago, and supported all the Marxist crony capitalist crap. I’m not trying to argue, I seriously don’t understand it. I like his style, too. Even enjoyed his reality show. But he’s the farthest thing from a true conservative. Help me understand, please, because I see a lot of people I know to be informed conservative/Libertarians very pro trump. Again, not trashing trump supporters, sincerely want to know. Because so far, all I’ve seen his candidacy do is divide the right, divide us way further than normal primary politics.

  • [6] August 14, 2015 at 9:27pm

    England legalized gay marriage not too long ago, and there is ALREADY a case where a gay couple is suing a church for refusing to marry them. It WILL happen here, and I’m sure your argument then will also be,” well, if you have a church open to the public…”

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  • [7] August 14, 2015 at 9:10pm

    It has nothing to do with whether or not I support gay marriage. It has to do with whether the government can force someone to violate their conscience. It is no different than government forcing a black man to participate in a KKK rally. The rally is legal, therefore is everyone required to participate in it, no matter their feelings on it? Of course not. It’s ridiculous. And it is ridiculous to force a baker to participate in a wedding ceremony that violates THEIR conscience.

  • [12] August 14, 2015 at 9:05pm

    How does Trump feel about gay marriage? Or gun control? Or progressive taxes? Or the welfare state? I’m not being sarcastic, I’m asking because I have seen things online and did not like his views. Of course, it was other people saying what his views are. I haven’t heard much about actual POLICY from Trump, and that worries me that he is just a cult of personality for the right, like obama is for the left.

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  • [4] August 10, 2015 at 1:21pm

    Make no mistake…. Blacklivesmatter is not about equality. It is about Marxism, pure and simple. It is about using guilt and threat of violence to extort resources from productive people.

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  • [3] August 10, 2015 at 1:07pm

    The comment block says,” speak your mind.” Apprently it doesn’t mean it, as my comment was deleted. The truth is NOT racist!!!

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  • [12] August 10, 2015 at 10:23am

    Progressives love to stir stuff up in places they don’t have to live, then congratulate themselves on a job well done as a good social justice warrior while the people they “helped” suffer and die. Until we are unafraid of being labeled “racists” and stop feeling guilty for our melanin level, the horror will continue. It is disrespectful to the black man to absolve him of blame for his actions because of the color of his skin. It assumes that he is incapable of decision making or responsibility, and THAT is racist as h-e- double-hockey-sticks.

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  • August 9, 2015 at 10:46am

    Increased tarriffs were a huge part of the Great Depression. A tariff war would be disasterous for the economy.

  • [3] August 8, 2015 at 11:24am

    He’s a complete RINO. And these supporters are acting like straight up libs…. Relying on emotion instead of facts. They like Trump’s manner, so who gives a crap about his positions or how cozy he is with the Clintons? His non-PC crap is just “hope and change” aimed at conservatives with no substance behind it.

  • [3] August 8, 2015 at 11:19am

    I don’t understand how real conservatives support trump. Yes, he’s not PC. That’s basicallyjust “hope and change” for conservatives! No substance…. Cozy with the Clintons, far left positions very recently that only changed when he thought about running for president… Because BILL CLINTON called him up and asked him to run as a republican! We are supposed to be the informed ones! All I see here are emotional reactions…. Basically people saying “f&$k yeah!” As Trump gives the finger to people. Seen Idiocracy? We are officially there.

  • [20] August 7, 2015 at 3:15pm

    Yes, but if he had a pattern of self injury, then that is entirely relevant to the case.

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  • [1] August 7, 2015 at 2:14pm

    Yes… Shocking, educated people defending the constitution and telling the truth. The horror!!!

    /sarc off

  • [6] August 7, 2015 at 2:06pm

    With all of the birth control alternatives out there, including the morning after pill (which is always given when being treated for rape) there should be no reason for abortion, ever.

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