User Profile: Hazzard

Hazzard

Member Since: July 29, 2011

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  • November 22, 2013 at 5:38pm

    That is a totally ludicrous statement.

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  • October 22, 2013 at 8:18pm

    The Lab – sorry I see no pit bull there, is one of the friendliest dogs to be found. I have owned several and I cannot imagine anyone being afraid of a Labrador. They are more inclined to love you to death. This was uncalled for.

  • October 19, 2013 at 6:39pm

    There are 30 Republican Governors of states that are essentially solvent whereas the Democrat states are not. There are some stellar Governors who have guided those states to this position. Anyone of a number of them are strong, capable, and effective leaders. Time and destiny may bring the best forward to save us from what you are so overjoyed about now and which so many in these comments lament. Only time will tell.

  • October 5, 2013 at 3:59pm

    Her whole approach was a derogatory spin on what the Republicans are doing. Fact remains: the President changed the law a full 19 times, illegally, and did so because he dared not put it back to the House to change. However they all expect the House to fund the “new” law as “passed” by the President. The House should have a mechanism to allow them to fund the old law that was passed 3 years ago and let the screams and fury of the people no longer given special carve outs and exceptions by His Majesty Obama to bring it all down.

  • September 21, 2013 at 6:16pm

    This fellow has waited 11 years for justice and all you can do is post baseless and derogatory suppositions which slander the victim?

  • September 21, 2013 at 5:14pm

    In the midst of this horror, you are showing your bias against everything African Take a look at the at the mall, the upscale mall, I might add:

    http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2013/09/21/world/africa/20130922_NAIROBI2_337-1.html

  • September 1, 2013 at 6:16pm

    Sorry for the confusion, the previous HAZZARD comment was posted as a reply to this comment:
    “GUERRINO_P
    Sep. 1, 2013 at 10:58am
    They look very aryan. Sieg Heil Mullen!!”

  • September 1, 2013 at 4:14pm

    Your comment says far more about you than it does about this family who opened their hearts to two who needed them. They heard about these children somehow. I have no doubt that they would have acted in a similar manner, regardless of the racial background the children represented. It is you that one suspects would not consider adopting across racial lines because it was you who presented this appalling, bigoted and narrow-minded comment. Caucasian Americans adopt internationally from South and Central America and from Eastern Europe and Asia all the time at great cost. Their goal is to broaden their families, at the same time as rescuing children in desperate need of a loving home. This particular family, like most with three children, I am sure, felt their family was sufficient until need knocked on their hearts and they opened the door. Speaking of hearts, yours could use an adjustment.

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  • July 27, 2013 at 9:44pm

    It is refreshing, at least, to have someone in the Anglican/Episcopal hierarchy admit that God does not approve of homosexual behabior. I would certainly seen that he has not believed the infor the o=powers that be in the church have put out that it is normal and natural.

  • July 19, 2013 at 6:46pm

    She covered herself and I doubt that anyone realized what she was doing. The waitress understood only because she too had breast fed her child and understood the silence. What disrupts people is the fussing. No one else knew I would be willing to bet. I do not approve of uncovered but covered – what is your hang-up?

  • June 27, 2013 at 1:20am

    Try this web address: https://www.google.com/webhp?source=search_app#sclient=psy-ab&q=stories+of+righteous+gentiles&oq=stories+of+righteous+gentile&gs_l=hp.1.0.0.74448.74448.2.79931.1.1.0.0.0.0.87.87.1.1.0…0.0.0..1c.1.17.psy-.8WmBA18mcz4&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_qf.&bvm=bv.48340889,d.aWc&fp=e5df882a3a5145f4&biw=798&bih=539

    Also Google : Princess Alice of Battenburg: Righteous Among the Nations

    There are many people great and small who saw were humanity and decency lead them and went in that way.

  • May 26, 2013 at 4:56pm

    Your headline is confusing. I was trying to think of a Republican who might be so misguided!

  • May 24, 2013 at 2:27pm

    They did call the police; everyone was undoubtedly in a state of shock. I can empathize with the horror Beck was reacting with, but he cannot know what his own stunned reaction in those first few minutes would have been. Most were immobilized in the initial reaction to something one can not even imagine happening. I am glad however, that the person got pictures and recorded the savage speaking – that will be used at trial. I would point out it took courage to stand there recording when that blood dripping Jihadist sub human approached with his cleavers. That person could not know what his intent might be to him/her.

    The men did not get away and the police summoned by one of those phones, felled them when they attacked with their knives. Beck should not have second guessed the reaction of the crowd.

  • February 2, 2013 at 3:39pm

    President Clinton’s dog was his by a car outside their home in NY. He was devastated and at that moment I saw only a man with grief. Everything is not reducible to politics.

  • February 2, 2013 at 3:34pm

    Ah, Barney, I am so sad to hear that you have left the President’s side. I got such a delight to see you in your Christmas tours of the White House, here and there on the Lawn and carried in the President’s arm coming off the Chopper coming back from where ever. I got so carried away one year I even wrote you a letter telling you how much I enjoyed your Christmas antics. Good-bye, Barney, see you in Heaven.

    President and Mrs. Bush: my deepest condolences on the loss of your dear friend. As you can see your little pal made considerable inroads into the hearts of Americans. My best from Wisconsin.

  • December 16, 2012 at 4:10pm

    I hate to be a cynic, but well, she would have been sworn in right? Anything she said that was proved to be false would have would have been the basis for charges in a court of law, right? The faint and hitting her head were really convenient.

    Will she have to provide a note from her Doctor? Not likely she will find one to do that – that would be lying to Congress!

  • December 10, 2012 at 8:44pm

    True North – the Queen DOES feed her corgis personally!

  • December 10, 2012 at 8:36pm

    It is undoubtedly illegal to impersonate the Head of State. Queen Elizabeth is the Australian and the UK Head of State. It is certainly in questionable taste to call a hospital and make a joke out of someone who is ill. The nurse was of Indian (country of) derivation and it may well be that a question of “face” is more important to them than say to morons who have no sensitivity and call hospitals pretending they are the Head of State finding it funny that someone is ill. They held the nurse up to world wide ridicule. Yet why ever should she have thought someone would find the Dutchess ailment to be funny. Hence she took the call at face value. Hyperemesis gravidarum was once a dying illness – Charlotte Bronte died in her four month of pregnancy from just this ailment. Illness is not a joke!

    The hospital has said they made no move to condemn her actions, however, it would seem that they may very well have had a great deal to say about actions that lead to the invadion of the privacy of the Duchess. In addition, let us recall please how the Duke feels about harrassement by the press over the death of his mother. Now what was to be a happy event has a very unfortunate saddness attached. All because two people lacked the sensitivity to understand that illness, hospitals and medical privacy do not summon up prank, hoax, levity etc in decent, caring human beings.

  • November 16, 2012 at 4:23pm

    Clarification: Gerald should have been outraged on behalf of the country, the spouses and the families of the General Petraeus and Ms. Broadwell.

  • November 16, 2012 at 4:15pm

    I have always admired and had the utmost respect for General Petraeus…until now. The affair made him vulnerable and hence the nation vulnerable to international intrigue or just garden variety politics, the latter of which we have seen play out this last week. He states today that he always believed this to be a terrorist attack – and how, frankly could one not, but he initially told lawmakers the **** and bull story about the video as did Hilliary Clinton. For all Geraldo’s bluster and histrionics, he cannot dispute that fact and the only reason for it would have been to keep his own situation quiet. That is not honorable! After decades of physical courage, he lacked moral courage. The country, spouses and the family of each participan tin the affair are the ones deserving of the Geraldo’s outrage.

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