User Profile: GrandWazoo

GrandWazoo

Member Since: June 12, 2011

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  • February 28, 2013 at 9:25pm

    Maxine Waters and her Sea Crustacean theory is just another example of how big a tool she is for Obamavision…the one where all the sheep are in the pen and happy (just before they are slaughtered and eaten).

  • February 28, 2013 at 9:18pm

    I agree. His immediate resoponse to a simple question about the 2nd Amendment seemed a little awkward.

  • February 28, 2013 at 9:13pm

    A polite society is an armed society. Take away our right to bear arms and add progressives and you get New York City….and Bloomberg.

  • February 28, 2013 at 8:35pm

    I’m glad to see a man like Dr. Carson can lend a voice to reason in these troubled times. In the midst of the whirlwind the progressive puppetmasters are creating, cramming their agenda down our throats while our leaders wax powerless there are those like Dr. Carson who can speak truth to power, which speaks louder from a single voice than all the combined voices of hate and discontent that howl for attention. One can only hope for a leader to arise in our nation who has the quality of character this man has.

  • February 28, 2013 at 8:06pm

    I tried several times to solve a rubics cube, and could only resolve the puzzle with a hammer. This guy is amazing.

  • February 27, 2013 at 4:10pm

    My heart goes out to Mr. Conway. Living in the country all my life, I have learned how to fish and hunt and grow my own food, but I envy the individual who chooses a lifestyle like his; if I want or need something, its up to me to make it and make it work, not just purchase what I need and take it back to the store if it doesnt work as advertised. I think Eustace Conway may find that there is vested interest from a third party regarding possible future development of his property, and that the lure of tax dollars and payoffs to elected officials from said investment is what’s behind the Countys’ sudden interest in building code violations….at least, that’s how it works here in Maine. Political corruption is like rust…it never stops.

  • February 27, 2013 at 3:34pm

    Yep, the religon of peace is given yet another platform to spew hatred and intolerance for those not like them…is this guy on the invite list to any upcoming events at the White House? (not sarcastic)

  • February 27, 2013 at 3:12pm

    Rep. Ellison is an example of the current “not our fault” mentality of politics; pointing out by talking loud and fast how bad the other guy is to make themselves appear honest and to occupy the moral high ground. If I were a resident of Minnesota, I would be counting the days until this tool of a politician is up for replacement. A moron like Ellison wielding the power of a representative of the people of state is unsettling at best. He seemed to me to have the demeanor of a person who would fail a sobriety test or a drug screen, or perhaps an combative teenager deflecting responsibility for his actiions and choices on others.

  • February 27, 2013 at 7:40am

    Why don’t we teach the Syrians to vomit and urinate on themselves when they feel threatened? How about supplying them with “Gun Free Zone” signs to post near call boxes or a rape whistle dispensary? Is our government really going to arm our enemy (at our expense) because “they” hate the same group whos agenda conflicts with our governments’ agenda? Wow, THAT has never been tried before…good thing Chuck Hagel and John Kerry are at the helm!

  • February 27, 2013 at 6:59am

    Oops!! Did Mrs. Obama let a little pillow talk with husbee out…”that, you know, our rights and privileges take a back seat when it comes to the safety of our children in this country”, Sounds like she’s going to be put back in the garden planting vegetables for a while to keep her mouth from unwrapping too much agenda before it’s ready for prime time!

  • February 27, 2013 at 6:44am

    Every time I see a photo of Dianne Fienstein I get a mental image of her sitting down to a meal with Hannibal Lector…dining on the brains of little children of conservative parents….

  • February 27, 2013 at 6:25am

    Being gay does not grant you rights; being gay is a choice. A choice is not inaliable, nor is it natural or God given; an excersise of free will is a reflection of your moral compass. Evidently, Ms. Cupp is distracted from the conservative nature of CPAC by her own moral preferences. I wish her well, but being a regular on Real News may not be the best “fit” for her.

  • January 8, 2013 at 6:02pm

    Alex….ALEX……sounds like someone needs a nap!

  • December 19, 2012 at 5:02pm

    Amazing times we live in. Our parents and grandparents who lived through disasters, world wars and the great depression who put aside food stocks and survival equipment were considered prudent and concerened with the well being and security of their family and neighbors. These days, it seems that if you dont put blind faith in the government to maintain a steady supply of goods and services you are the object of suspicion and suspect of malevolent behavior. If youv’e never been without basic necessities, it might be easier to dismiss the idea that there might not always be stocked shelves in the grocery store, fuel for your vehicles, water that appears every time you turn a faucet handle, or flipping a switch and having electricity at your command. I say that if you don’t prepare for hard times during times of plenty, you have no one to blame but yourself when you find there is no food to buy, no fuel to buy, no electricity and money means nothing. At that point, guns will be the only security for the individual to keep what they have; a necessary addition to the self-reliance checklist.

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  • December 18, 2012 at 10:45am

    Another wise and thoughtful jesture of safety and civil order from the politically correct Senator from California. I’m always grateful (not at all sarcastically) to have people who are smarter than a poor dumb redneck like me to guide me in what I need and “don’t need.” Whether it comes to how much of my paycheck I get to keep, the kind of food I eat, what my children learn, what I drive, or my choices in healthcare, I know that people like Dianne Feinstien are there to make the tough choices that I am incapable of making for myself. Did the Senator forget about personal responsibility of individual Americans or the freedom to choose for ourselves yet again?

  • December 17, 2012 at 10:59am

    A person who uses a gun to kill someone is utilizing a tool at their disposal to accomplish their intentions. If a person uses a club, a rock, or a knife, the victim is no less dead than if the murderer had used a gun. I think the real issue in this tragedy is how someone could have such a depraved indiffference toward life that he would not only kill his mother, but indescriminately take the lives of defenseless children and teachers who tried to shield them. Is the problem at hand an issue of the “type of weapon” used or an indication of a much deeper societal breakdown. A twenty year old man is certainly responsible for his own actions, but how deep does the calloused indifference toward life in our country really go? Can the government regulate morality? Does legislation make us better people? Are we stronger as a nation by demanding the government take away certain rights or freedoms of those who dont conform to the current political agenda? I say no.