User Profile: GeoInSD

GeoInSD

Member Since: January 29, 2011

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  • [6] June 2, 2016 at 10:36pm

    I have noticed long ago that Obama’s oration skills are waaaaay overrated.

    But aside from the lack of smoothness, the real problem with Obama is his substance. What he is basically saying is that you are a bad person if you don’t agree with his radical Leftist agenda. But I don’t give a cr*p what that radical Leftist believes or says. I resist and fight the further radicalization of America, a.k.a. the “fundamental transformation of America”.

  • [13] May 11, 2016 at 12:46pm

    Mills having a law degree does not make her Clinton’s lawyer. They keep twisting the language such that it no longer has any meaning.

    The law is only for us great unwashed masses to follow, not for the ruling elites. I used to say we are getting more and more like Mao era China. Now, I am starting to think we are looking more and more like North Korea with the law not applying to the ruling class.

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  • [1] April 17, 2016 at 10:29pm

    Since when does Obama believe in capitalism? Ans.: never. I don’t trust him. He is up to something that he isn’t telling, as he always has before.

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  • April 10, 2016 at 11:33am

    I used to live in Micronesia. That is pretty much the lifestyle there.

    The main pastimes are visiting friends and getting a buzz with alcohol or locally grown plants, not necessarily both at the same time.

  • [2] April 9, 2016 at 9:15pm

    The challenge of landing on the ship is what makes it that much cooler and impressive engineering accomplishment.

  • [6] April 5, 2016 at 2:50pm

    I had thought for a long time that Ms. Fiorina would be a good VP candidate. Traditionally, the VP is the attack dog (no suggestion of the B word was intended) of the ticket. Of all the GOP candidates, she was the best by far, IMO, in making the case against Hillary. Though she wasn’t my first choice as president, I felt she would make a competent president.

  • [1] March 31, 2016 at 12:41pm

    That sounds like sound advice to me. I know of and have been to places in the world where one would be wise to follow that advice.

  • [3] March 29, 2016 at 3:37pm

    I expect firing under stress to be a major impairment of accuracy. I have been in a self defense situation. I was shaking like a leaf for probably another 10 minutes after the situation was over.

  • [2] March 29, 2016 at 3:32pm

    I have been in a self defense situation before. The stress and adrenaline will make most people shake like a leaf. Unless you have had military or LEO training or some other training to deal with the self defense situation stress, I doubt you can hold still to control your shots well.

  • [16] March 29, 2016 at 3:26pm

    I have been in a self defense situation before. My heart was racing like mad. It wouldn’t be easy to hold a handgun steady in such conditions. Andrew Cuomo rants like a mad man “You don’t need 7 shots to kill a deer”. Cuomo conveniently ignores the fact that home invaders aren’t deer that aren’t moving much because you don’t know you are there, and deer aren’t usually trying to hurt you so you don’t have the same degree of adrenaline rush. I understand the shaking like a leaf under stress (in fact, I was shaking for quite a while after the self defense situation was over) and I understand the challenge of shooting a handgun accurately even under good conditions and shooting at something that isn’t standing still.

  • [4] March 28, 2016 at 3:48pm

    That PIT was pretty cool. Beautifully executed.

  • [1] March 20, 2016 at 11:37pm

    Those were pretty solid blows. I think the victim was lucky that he wasn’t even worse off.

    I am not blaming Trump yet for such things, but he needs to affirmatively speak out against such actions. There are more ways than violence to deal with the rally disrupters.

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  • [8] March 20, 2016 at 11:49am

    IMO, Trump does not need to put up with having his message suppressed. My problem is how he chooses to deal with it. There are more choices than inaction or an iron fist. Voters need to start asking whether President Trump will view options as only binary.

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  • [15] March 20, 2016 at 11:45am

    No way would Cruz be praised for that. You have got to be kidding. Cruz gets NO praise from anyone but conservatives. Conservatives praise him for sticking to conservative principles. Dealing with protesters with violence or soft violence would absolutely NOT be praised by conservatives.

  • [4] March 14, 2016 at 1:04am

    States are incapable of conducting fair trials????!!!!! She is basically saying that states are not legitimate and that all power must be centralized in the national government. Yes, I know Progressives think that way but she hit it home. We must not elect her president. It will be more progress towards totalitarianism.

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  • [6] March 10, 2016 at 9:29pm

    What does empathy have to do with a SCOTUS justice? When I serve on a jury, I am to decide according to the evidence and the law. Empathy is irrelevant. I expect a SCOTUS justice to judge according to the law. It is not justice if done otherwise.

    These Leftists infuriate me by their twisted thinking.

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  • [1] March 10, 2016 at 5:33pm

    It is a very common business model for a company to design the produce and contract another for manufacture it. This the case with nearly all semiconductor companies for the last 20 years. These are called “fabless semiconductor” companies. Most semiconductor companies don’t have large enough volumes to make it economically viable to have their own fabs. Two of the semiconductor companies I worked for previously are fabless and they very much have real businesses that have sold tens of millions of chips. But even tens of millions of chips cannot economically justify the company owning its own fab.

    I think it is legitimate for a business not to do its own manufacturing. Amazon.com is quite a legitimate business and it doesn’t manufacture anything it sells. Neither does WalMart, which is also a legit business.

    BUT – for Trump Steaks to be a legit business, IMO, does it have staff and sales and profit and files its taxes as its own entity?

  • [1] March 3, 2016 at 2:11pm

    If “getting one’s life back” is THE justification and the standard, a lot of evil can be justified. A lot of crimes are rationalized with that reasoning, at least in the mind of the criminal.

    In my mind after decades of pondering the issue, I have concluded for myself that the only relevant question is, “At what point is it a human life?” Once that question is answered satisfactorily, the answers to the other questions related to abortion are obvious.

  • [1] February 29, 2016 at 3:29pm

    I read somewhere else that Trump has a history of being sensitive about the size of his hands, a bit like Obama about his ears. So Rubio is just trying to p*ss off Trump, not really trying to increase voter support with this.

  • [-1] February 29, 2016 at 2:59pm

    I am not a Trump guy, but I am going to give Trump the benefit of the doubt here. He said later that he couldn’t hear Tapper clearly. Many will poo-poo that claim but consider that Trump previously disavowed the Duke endorsement, I find his claim of not hearing Tapper clearly is reasonable.

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