User Profile: govmintistheproblem

govmintistheproblem

Member Since: March 22, 2012

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  • [9] June 7, 2014 at 12:54am

    Poor Sarah, and well over half of the rest of our countrymen and countrywomen.

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  • [2] May 31, 2014 at 10:30pm

    One cannot realistically respond personally to every tragedy spotlighted in the news, but I must admit I feel good about sending a short note of promise to remember this little family in prayer, and including a check for a small amount.

  • [2] May 16, 2014 at 4:16pm

    JRook,
    I will bet that “the singer” (Rebecca St. James) is giving credit to her God for his help with her home and family fire exposure. I believe her faith and trust in God and her desire to praise her God are the reason for her desire to praise God with her song.

    Arrogance is better demonstrated by your attempt to know God’s intent and actions by scoffing at Rebecca St. James’ “notion” that it missed her house for some special reason, i.e. God’s help.

    I believe you really do know that this kind person is grateful to all the firefighters also!

  • May 14, 2014 at 10:49am

    How true!!! Short, pithy, and to the point, as O’Reilly would say. I don’t believe I’ve ever heard this sad fact put so succinctly. After having to buy all those copies of DOS that I didn’t need, I always felt that Bill Gates did more to impede the progress of computing than anyone could have dreamed.

  • May 10, 2014 at 12:04pm

    While the current federal administration is “governing”, the argument that we all need to “obey the law” just doesn’t seem to be relevant. When the feds pick and choose which laws to obey/enforce, then their authority/credibility is lost.

    Seems like an existing road should be made available for those who may not be ABLE to walk or at least not walk far enough, and therefore would benefit from ATV transport as their ONLY means to see the area.

    Again, the government view seems to be that if there are a few people mis-using the area, then the only remedy is to close it to all. Better solutions can be found.

  • [2] May 7, 2014 at 10:48am

    It is so hard for us human beings to comprehend that all of life, no matter how long or short we live, is really just a blip on the screen of eternity, but God has given us the privilege of eternal life with Him.

  • May 1, 2014 at 11:53am

    We maybe shouldn’t yet blame Our Dear Leader for any lack of pursuing those responsible for killing the four people at the embassy post in Benghazi, for he may not yet have read about it in the papers.

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  • April 19, 2014 at 11:41am

    Maybe someone (maybe all of us) should help pay the million dollars or so the BLM is claiming it is owed, and then stand back and see just how much of this dust-up is because of “unpaid grazing fees”, and how much is because of the tortoise or more likely the solar farm deal reportedly arranged by Reid and son with the Chicoms? It might just be worth it, to root out the true motives behind this unbelievably heavy-handed and bungling show of force by the Feds.

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  • April 19, 2014 at 11:07am

    Transparent all right. It is obvious he didn’t write that little speech; however, is it possible he could have seen the light, for he is now wearing the little American Flag on his lapel!

  • April 15, 2014 at 12:52am

    Not this year, but yeah, sometime in the future. The Progs have worked for 80+ years for this moment, and aren’t about to give up so easily. They can taste success, and have about half of the country believing their lies, so it may get a little confrontational as the desperate realization that they only have until the next election to really take control through all the federal agencies. Not much time left for training all the comrades!!

  • April 12, 2014 at 3:51pm

    It’s encouraging that the BLM seems to be backing down, but now apparently a fresh confrontation at the Utah border. Also, it has been amazing to see the in-your-face doubling down on aggressive use of government power even after being exposed—- like the IRS abuses of power, and now the IRS is reported to be trying to collect on alleged overpayments by the government to relatives over 40 years ago!?

    The mask is off, and the powerful are becoming more and more brazen. The Harry Reid tentacles may be a lot deeper than anyone knows, but hopefully the Reid-(father and son)-China connection will help slow him down a bit.

  • March 26, 2014 at 3:29am

    This is the new order of “justice” and control: The “Authorities” (Mass. DCF, judges) give the family a poke in the eye, then start the punishment phase for the family’s resultant and justifiable “untoward reaction” to the poke in the eye.

  • March 7, 2014 at 10:13am

    “Show me the man, and I’ll find you the crime.” ….J. Edgar Hoover, I believe.

  • February 18, 2014 at 2:12am

    “Another measure on the “Guidelines for Care of Justina Pelletier” included that “no diagnostic tests and no new consultations are to be requested unless Justina develops a new or acute process as observed and assessed by the medical team.””

    If the above is really true, then I submit the following:

    Wow!! So now the “medical team” is claiming that they are so much better at observation and diagnosis than anyone else, that they are sure that if there were any change in Justina, or anything new to be discovered about her unusual condition that no lab tests or anyone else with more or differing knowledge would be needed.

    That, my friend is how you spell ARROGANCE. And STUPIDITY. And UNDUE PRIDE. And ENOUGH TO MAKE ONE’S BLOOD BOIL.

    I agree that this father has every right to say anything he wants, and especially to out all the caregivers yesterday, so they may be forced to defend their rationale and actions publicly.

  • February 11, 2014 at 10:20pm

    The hands in the air part may be tricky in a wheelchair, however.

  • February 11, 2014 at 10:15pm

    After some thought, here’s what might have been best for the dog owner to do under the acute circumstances of the moment, when he realized a rather unprofessional, undisciplined and dangerous policeman was on his property:
    1. Close and lock all doors.
    2. Retrieve shotgun or other effective weapon.
    3. Call 911, and request backup for HIMSELF, against a possible deranged policeman, or possibly an individual impersonating a policeman in uniform.
    4. Maintain vigilance, with safety (or safeties) off, until help arrived.
    5. When the offending policeman is restrained, exit house with hands in the air, while in communication with the 911 operator or police department if the call was forwarded to the police department.

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  • February 11, 2014 at 9:28pm

    You vote for Obama, too??

  • February 11, 2014 at 12:46pm

    This first Mulatto president (not black, as some have suggested), was in my opinion grossly derelict in his duty as Commander in Chief of our Armed Forces (including the corpse-men!!) on the night of the Benghazi attack. He should be brought up before the House of Congress, made to testify under oath, and other witnesses subpoenaed to testify under oath. Then when the truth is confirmed, he should be impeached, and relieved of his duty.

    I believe grunts in the field are treated pretty harshly for merely falling asleep on watch; the failure of our first Mulatto president the night of Benghazi is breathtakingly negligent, and should be cause for dismissal as Commander in Chief.

    This AMERICAN MILITARY – hating person does not deserve the privilege of so much as shining the shoes of the lowest-ranking member of our military. PERIOD.

  • February 11, 2014 at 12:29pm

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  • February 11, 2014 at 11:17am

    1. This wanna-be policeman is absolutely unprofessional.
    2. This wanna-be policeman is WAY too emotional to be carrying a loaded gun on duty.
    3. This wanna-be policeman should have realized that HIS aggressive behavior (kicking at a dog,
    walking boldly onto ITS territory would initiate a protective instinct in the dog to protect the birthday-
    party goers inside the house.
    4. This wanna-be policeman showed he was out of control (self-control and professionalism) when he was so excited about killing an innocent dog that he could hardly restrain HIMSELF as he approached the owner.
    5. I think this wanna-be policeman would have had to wait until I comforted my dying dog before he even thought about asking for my ID, or he would have had to shoot me, too.
    6. All in all, a pretty sickening performance.
    7. This wanna-be policeman should be relieved of his duties yesterday.

    8. Now, I’ll tell you what I really think!

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