User Profile: Joe Herring

Joe Herring

Member Since: August 31, 2010


  • February 24, 2013 at 12:28pm

    Thank you Rep. Hunt for using plain language in a straightforward manner. I live in Nebraska where we have a similar political climate, respectful of Constitutional rights and personal liberty. It is quite foolish of people to abandon their liberal enclaves in other states due to the sad state of society there (due to their own voting habits) and then expect to bully their new states. I encourage you to not back down in any way from your position, (wording and all) and to recall that no matter your response, irrespective of it’s eloquence or lack thereof in the eyes of Ms. Fulbright, that unless it involved capitulation to her ridiculous demands, then it would be unacceptable to her. Keep up the good work.

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  • January 25, 2013 at 7:07pm

    “Senator McCain, you know I’m a lesbian… why do you keep trying?”

  • August 31, 2012 at 6:52pm

    The salient difference between what you see directed at the Obama’s versus the tweets from Biggs is that the mockery and humor directed at the Obama’s is based upon their ridiculously selfish, arrogant and amateurish policies, whereas Mr. Biggs, like most Liberals directs his comments to the person themselves.

  • August 31, 2012 at 6:43pm

    Mr. President, why should Gov. Romney do “that” to himself when you’ve already done it to the whole country?

  • August 31, 2012 at 6:38pm

    Mr. Biggs is an appropriate spokesperson for mutants everywhere, not just ninja turtles.

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  • June 28, 2012 at 10:45pm

    The Dems have simply reverted to the original template for Fast & Furious. The guns were never meant to be tracked, but rather allowed to spread so that the Administration could blame the resulting gun violence and general mayhem on “lax gun laws.” The statements today indicate that they intend to draw that same narrative in spite of whistleblowers from inside the DOJ who have tipped off House Republicans to the game. Look for draconian proposals for gun control to follow shortly.

  • June 5, 2012 at 11:21pm

    “Democracy died tonight.” You would think a Wisconsin Libtard would be happy with that announcement.

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  • March 20, 2012 at 10:10pm

    It’s not real. Look closely at the “army” photo. There are no more than ten actual people there. The rest have been photoshopped in. Note the front row repeats about every third row. Another example of the media paying inordinante attention to some loons with a fax machine.

  • January 24, 2012 at 10:30pm

    Mr. Kibbe would do well to recall that the “Tea Party” is not a monolithic entity of which he is in charge. The reason he believes the Tea Party hasn’t “coalesced” around Gingrich is because *he* doesn’t want to “coalesce” around Gingrich. Project much Matt?

  • January 13, 2012 at 10:56am

    Why is it that people think they need to tell a fat person they are fat? Do they think that obesity has resulted in blindness to a mirror? Are the thin convinced that the obese are unable to decipher the label on their clothing and mistake “Size 54″ for “Size 32?” Enough of the foolishness. If I want a burger, I’ll have a burger, and some pencil-necked anorexic hollow-eyed vegan is likely to get punched if he tries telling me I’m “hurting the A) Planet, B) Poor animals, C) myself.

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  • December 30, 2011 at 11:30pm

    Blaming Honda is misdirected anger. The “promised” fuel economy was stated on the sticker as calculated by the EPA, not by the manufacturer. IF she has a problem, she should approach the EPA who ran testing in unrealistic conditions on a dynomometer in a lab, rather than real-world, on the road. Blame the EPA, more often than not, they’re the source of alot of our troubles…

  • June 7, 2011 at 10:09pm

    Perhaps I am over-thinking this, but if you substitute the word “conservative” for the word “Jew” then Hitler’s letter sounds like a snippet from the New York Times. (aside to editors: still poor grammar and a rather glaring misspelling. Please, please tighten it up.)

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  • June 5, 2011 at 9:51pm

    Seriously, a brief story about a semi-famous “D” lister, and no one took the time to source a picture of the fool so the reader might recognize him? Honestly, if you don’t have the staff to proof your site, then either hire them, outsource it, or get the heck out of the game. I see far too many editorial mistakes and spelling errors on this site to continue to treat it as a serious news outlet. Clean it up guys, before even avid supporters (such as myself) no longer bother to check in.

  • January 18, 2011 at 4:39pm

    Day after day we witness the offensive behavior of those who hold no reverence for the founders of our nation. The very ideals espoused by MLK were made possible for the common man by the herculean efforts of our Founding Fathers.

    George Washington is not simply our first President, nor is he merely the father of our country, he is the indispensible man of his age. His character and his devotion to the ideals of our republic paved the way for the greatest expansion of freedom in the history of the world. To speak before his statue, with such an obvious indication of disrespect says so much about the character of the event sponsors, organizers and speakers.

    If disrespect was intended, it has been achieved. An apology to the American people is in order.

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  • January 17, 2011 at 10:25am

    Rep. Pence gave a speech before Hillsdale College last sept. The subject was the Presidency and the Constitution. After reading the text I realized that here is a man who “get’s it” like Reagan “got it” Mike Pence has the humility, the intellectual heft and the deeply held convictions to make a fantastic President. Here is the full text of that speech.

  • January 6, 2011 at 9:55pm

    Actually, they care deeply about the Constitution. They revere it as a magical document able to “live and breathe and adapt to ever-changing circumstances.” It truly is a pity that their faux reverence is just as false as their interpretation of the document itself.