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GeoInSD

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  • [4] March 22, 2015 at 9:59pm

    Of course Obama admires Singapore and Lee Kuan Yew. Singapore is a model of the benevolent dictatorship the Democrat Party seeks. The problem that the Dems ignore is what happens when there comes a dictator that is not benevolent? I guarantee that day will come. Even with our constitutional republic, the people reaching the highest positions tend to be self centered people who place their own interests above that of the nation. It will be even more so as the US becomes more of a dictatorship.

  • [5] March 22, 2015 at 1:14am

    Isn’t it amazing? We PAY the UN to abuse us and our friends. It is really sick.

  • March 22, 2015 at 1:10am

    The government and the millionaires and billionaires that support big government view themselves as the shepherds and us as the sheep. They don’t want us thinking for ourselves or doing for ourselves. They believe we should just shut up and do what we are told. We should be happy with whatever crumbs they allow us to keep. The money we think we earn isn’t really ours in their view. They just allow us to take care of it until they need/want it. That really is the view of the big government people (Dems and establishment Republicans).

    Leftist millionaires/billionaires like George Soros and Bill Gates view themselves as shepherds and they certainly have influence over politicians. The big gov types are fine with them. But conservatives are the real threats to them. Conservatives think independently, they do for themselves, they expect to keep the fruits of their labors. These are exactly the things that threaten their view of what societal order is. That is why the Dems and establishment Republicans like McConnell and Boehner disparage conservatives so passionately. The Constitution and constitutionalists (a.k.a. conservatives) are the primary threats to their power.

  • [1] March 21, 2015 at 9:06pm

    I groan when I hear such ignorant statements. Shooting a handgun accurately with pinpoint accuracy isn’t easy even in stressless situations. Now add to that the stress of a dangerous situation to self and others and the fact that the target isn’t just standing still waiting to be shot. With a gun, the slightest shake will throw off the bullet’s point of impact a lot.

    I have been in a self defense situation before. The adrenaline rush had my heart racing and breathing so rapidly I was shaking like a leaf even many minutes after the situation was over. I can normally shoot a gun fairly accurately, but there would have been no way under that stress, especially with a moving and uncooperative target.

    Some people like to talk like they are experts on topics they really know nothing about.

  • March 18, 2015 at 10:14am

    From what I have seen of Mr. Williams, he was only honest with that one incident and it seemed to be by accident.

  • March 16, 2015 at 11:07am

    Half correct is incorrect. KingOfPrydain must be like the too common Democrat appointed federal judge who twists the interpretation of law to mean whatever he wants to mean.

  • [4] March 16, 2015 at 11:02am

    Mr. Schieffer, you ask how productive is the letter sent to the leaders of Iran, how productive is it to negotiate an agreement in bad faith, as the Obama administration is doing? It is obvious the agreement is only for political cover, to delay the bomb during Obama’s remaining time as president and during a possible Dem president immediately after him. Obama escaping accountability during his whole presidency has been about plausible, not probable, denial. He has been able to get away with because of the compliant press, LIKE YOU!!!!

  • [7] March 15, 2015 at 1:32pm

    I think this story is not only plausible, but probable. There have been rumors for years that the Obamas and Clintons despise each other. There were things said by the Clintons during the 2008 campaign that suggest the Clintons have a low opinion of Obama. While I don’t recall Obama swiping at HRC during 2008, the rumors are that the Obamas view the Clintons as unprincipled political opportunists, in contrast to the Obamas being “principled” radical Leftists. (I share that opinion.) That is, the Clintons are more for advancing themselves than advancing the “cause”. (“Principled” in this context doesn’t mean moral in the sense of the 10 Commandments or basic honor like keeping promises (such as Obama’s rumored promise to help HRC win in 2016 is HRC didn’t make thing difficult for him in 2008 after he got the nomination) or not lying. The Obama camp will lie/cheat/steal/do anything to advance their radical Leftist cause and Obama might even have a bigger ego than Bill, but the cause comes first before personal gain and ego. The Obamas believe the Clintons have that reversed. I agree that Obama has that view and the Clintons are opportunists.)

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  • March 13, 2015 at 7:44pm

    I think Obama and Holder WANT the police in every community to leave. That would give them a reason to nationalize policing, thus further consolidating power within the executive branch, and therefore the president.

  • March 13, 2015 at 6:49pm

    There was a recent gathering of GOP presidential possibilities, I think in Iowa, including Mr. Cruz and Mr. Walker. Each was asked if they supported ethanol subsidies. (Remember, this is corn country.) They are supported ethanol subsidies in one form or another, at least in front of this audience. Only Ted Cruz stuck to his prinicples and had the courage to say something that might not be popular with the audience. In a nutshell, he is against subsidies and thinks the market should pick winners/losers, not the government.

    I prefer Mr. Cruz for president. I just fear the media has been too effective in painting him as an extremist (which I don’t believe).

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  • March 8, 2015 at 7:54pm

    Yet more Obama BS. His credibility is at zero anyway, so I guess what difference does lying further make now?

  • [3] March 7, 2015 at 12:07pm

    Also, there is a good chance there will be girls in that women’s locker room, or beach changing room too. Have these PC people thought about that?

    What is so terrible about having to use the restroom/changing room according to the genitals that one is born with? Why does the rest of the world have to be uncomfortable to accommodate that very small minority while increasing the risk from the really sick perverts. I guarantee they are out there.

    I don’t expect the world to adjust itself to my preferences. When I go to China, I don’t expect people not to smoke in my presence or stop spitting on sidewalks. The burden is on me to deal with it. But in the United States, it seems it is now a civil right to feel perfectly comfortable, unless you are heterosexual or White. (BTW, I am not White.)

  • [6] March 7, 2015 at 10:27am

    One woman said he didn’t go in there to get a woman. Sure, maybe this time. But is she so naive to believe there aren’t pervert men that wouldn’t feign “feeling like a woman” to get into a women’s locker room and showers?

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  • [1] March 7, 2015 at 10:16am

    I expect it to have been taken offline long ago. If it wasn’t, HRC is even more stupid than I thought. She is a Yale grad but she does not come across as being anything but am egotistical Leftist ideologue with average intelligence who is ruthless in advancing herself.

  • [2] March 7, 2015 at 10:12am

    Yes. And why isn’t the MSM doing so? Don’t just ask, probe!!!

  • [1] March 7, 2015 at 10:10am

    Please, don’t insult women.

  • [3] March 7, 2015 at 10:09am

    It is obvious that HRC did this to avoid accountability. This is no witch hunt or “vast right wing conspiracy”. Her actions were wrong. Other than conservatives, who will hold her accountable?

    Besides her scandals, what really has HRC accomplished? She was an undistinguished senator. She was an undistinguished sec state. She is undistinguished as a regular citizen. If it weren’t for Bill, would anyone know her? What makes her any more qualified to be president than Condi Rice or Madeline Albright? (I think it is quite arguable that HRC performance as sec state disqualifies her as president.)

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  • [1] March 7, 2015 at 2:21am

    I might get skewer for saying so, but Dr. Carson raises a plausible point.

    I have been saying for years, even before the Obama presidency, that the US is becoming more and more like Mao era China. If one’s thought is not the approved thought, one is shunned by society and loses one’s livelihood. How is what will likely happen to Dr. Carson fundamentally different from what happened to the politically incorrect of Mao era China?

  • [4] March 4, 2015 at 9:47am

    The teacher reading that poem in class is far sicker than the pervert making obscene phone calls. I believe the teacher did it to get some perverse satisfaction like the obscene phone caller, or worse, trolling for sexual prey.

    The teacher should be fired for at least extremely poor judgement, if not because of suspicion of being high risk. Really, what academic value could there possibly be from reading that poem?

  • [1] March 3, 2015 at 12:51am

    You probably won’t be making many friends at the range with a muzzle brake. I am not even particularly fond of the noise and blast from a guy in the adjacent lane having a flash suppressor, let alone from a muzzle brake.

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