User Profile: GeoInSD

GeoInSD

Member Since: January 29, 2011

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  • [20] September 1, 2015 at 2:01pm

    I applaud those protesting girls. More people need to stand up and say this madness has to stop.

  • [3] August 28, 2015 at 2:17pm

    The Left’s obsession with finding racism in everything is usually highly annoying. But apparently it can drive the mentally unstable to murder.

  • [3] August 9, 2015 at 3:20pm

    What little I have heard from Ms. Fiorina, I have liked. However, I continue to be cautious of her because of being burned by so many RINOs pretending to be conservative during the campaign but turning hard Left after being elected. But on face value, Ms. Fiorina seems very promising.

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  • [9] August 9, 2015 at 3:14pm

    I wouldn’t be surprised if a riot would break out in response.

    But you don’t seem to understand that Bernie fancies himself to be one of them as demonstrated by his raised fist. White Leftists don’t understand many will not accept him as one of their own.

  • [2] August 5, 2015 at 1:50pm

    Yes. It is true. Conservatives are getting in the way of the Democrats’ and Progressive Republicans’ “fundamental transformation of America” and Boehner is very annoyed by it. BUT THANK GOODNESS FOR IT!!!

  • July 17, 2015 at 1:52pm

    Someone should have reminded Mr. Williams that this is not the first incident of a shooting at a military recruiting office. There was a shooting at (I seem to remember) an Arkansas recruiting office a few years ago and two soldiers were killed. Even this incident the shooter shot at two offices.

  • [1] July 16, 2015 at 8:49pm

    Real scientists know that science is never settled. My son, who just graduated from UCLA in bioengineering, was visiting me a few months ago. On TV had a news clip of Obama using the phrase “settled science” (which I had never heard in my life and I am 53 and have spent my career in science and engineering). My son remarked, “There is no such thing as ‘settled science’ almost by definition of science”. I said, “Exactly!”.

  • [12] July 16, 2015 at 8:44pm

    I am 53 years old and have spent my career and educational years in STEM. Before Obama, I had never heard the phrase “settled science” uttered even ONCE! As is so common with the Left, the phrase “settled science” is just another tool they use to stifle speech, like accusations how accusations of hate, racism, sexism, etc. are really just tools to shut down speech.

    Alinsky tactics really do work, at least against a civil people.

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  • [2] July 13, 2015 at 2:52pm

    Why should the government have the power to dictate the compensation of anyone in a private company? Apple struggled for a decade and a half before it got Steve Jobs back and became the largest market cap company. Ask the shareholders of Apple if it was worth paying a huge multiple of Average Joe’s salary for Steve Jobs was worth it. Ask them, even though the Leftists that they tend to be including Jobs and Apple’s current executive team, if Apple would be better off with government intervention in employee, including executive, compensation.

  • [2] July 13, 2015 at 2:09pm

    If the primary election were held today, I wouldn’t vote for Trump. However, I am VERY glad he is in the race because he is talking about issues that really affect us that most people are concerned about yet most politicians and the media don’t have the courage to discuss. The media and establishment politicians have tried to intimidate him into silence but he won’t let them intimidate him into silence

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  • [9] June 25, 2015 at 6:29pm

    Obamacare won’t implode from its own weight because the central government (notice that I didn’t say “federal”, it doesn’t behave as a government of a federation) will just rewrite the law as necessary without Congress as they have been doing. When it runs into fiscal trouble, the central government will just tax us some more and/or print more money to pay for it. Would you like to bet that I am wrong?

    The REAL problem with Obamacare is not so much that it is costly, cost ineffective, etc. but that it changes the relationship between the citizen and the government. Obamacare is camel’s nose getting into the tent. The floodgates have been opened for government intrusion into the individual’s life. THAT is THE real problem with Obamacare, and THAT is THE real reason the Progressives have been trying to pass national health care for the last 100 years.

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  • [1] June 22, 2015 at 1:47pm

    Roof used a Glock. If he was out, the slide would have been held open and he would have very clearly known he was out. If the gun didn’t fire, it seems to me that it was due to a misfire (which doesn’t happen often with a centerfire, but it does happen. My daughter got her first misfire at the range the last time we went.). Or it was a failure to feed. (That doesn’t happen often with Glocks but it is possible.)

    It seems that most mass killings are by suicidal people that, unfortunately, want to go in a memorable way. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if that was Roof’s plan.

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  • [3] June 9, 2015 at 7:12am

    Our template of democracy simply is NOT POSSIBLE without a pre-existing civil society. Iraq and Afghanistan prove daily that they did not and do not have a civil society.

  • [7] June 3, 2015 at 5:29am

    A good tree bears good fruit. A good tree does not bear corrupt fruit. A corrupt tree bears corrupt fruit. A corrupt tree does not bear good fruit. By their fruits you shall know them. Please learn this, my fellow people of America.

  • [2] June 2, 2015 at 1:21pm

    I am not so sure of the details but I agree that is the high level strategy. I believe it is the Dem side leadership that is behind all the leaks of Clinton corruption. They understand that HRC is a terrible candidate and that she will lose if nominated, but they can’t be seen publicly as being disloyal to their royals – hence all the scandalous leaks about HRC. I bet the Clintons understand this and are fuming, as they were when BHO snatched the nomination from HRC in 2008.

  • [3] May 25, 2015 at 12:36pm

    Aside from the obvious taking the Constitution out of context and twisting its meaning into a pretzel, as the Left does on a regular basis, notice how the Left use the Constitution and the Bible (two documents they don’t believe in) to support their positions. (Of course, they use bogus interpretations of these documents to do so.) They are so stunningly insincere.

  • [5] May 24, 2015 at 2:30pm

    I believe that tweet does reflect the heart of the modern Democrat Party.

  • [39] April 27, 2015 at 10:50am

    Each of the women are moderately to very attractive. I don’t believe Kayla that she chose the women at random.

    It isn’t true that the church doesn’t love “who she is”. It is the sins that aren’t loved. (The LDS church considers homosexuality a sin, as it does pedophilia, incest, necrophilia, name your -philia. You might disagree but that is the state.) A male womanizer’s womanizing isn’t going to be accepted either. An open womanizer is certainly going to feel uncomfortable in the LDS church. But the person isn’t persecuted and is welcome by the church as long as the person doesn’t try to get others within the church to join him/her in the way they live. So Kayla’s characterization of the church is not correct, but of course she is uncomfortable. Even a smoker isn’t going to feel comfortable, but it is because how the person feels about him/herself, not because of any actions by the church.

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  • [1] April 25, 2015 at 11:42am

    I agree with Whiplash completely. This guy was just a guard. He is not Himmler or Hitler. He is already in his last days. Forgive him and move on. Seeking revenge on this guard is more destructive to those seeking vengeance than to him.

    Of course, this doesn’t speak to the legal issues, but more to us as people. I don’t know if the German system has anything like prosecutorial discretion. In the US today, prosecutorial discretion seems to be used more often as an excuse to look the other way for cronies or favored groups, rather than for making use of limited resources or for making allowances for extenuating circumstances. Prosecutorial discretion today in the US seems to be an excuse for injustice under the law.

  • April 20, 2015 at 1:36am

    Add me to the list of those that want to hear such an explanation.

    Mark Levin says it is self-hating Jews. I think that accounts for some, like George Soros, but I don’t think that is a full explanation. The president of one company I worked for is definitely a proud Jew yet is a self described “dye-in-wool” Democrat, as was his father. However, he did admit to be dumbfounded by many Democrat policies. He said he could not and did not vote for Jimmy Carter in 1980, but he wouldn’t vote Republican either. As far as I can tell for him, supporting Democrat is a family tradition that is almost as hard for him to break as Yom Kippur.

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