User Profile: HI_Don


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  • [1] December 19, 2014 at 6:06pm

    Well, not only do they not like the Ten Commandments, they evidently don’t even know the meaning of the word “commandment” since most of their list can’t be read as a command to do anything (Especially 3, 4, 5, 8 & 9). Maybe they should have called them the Ten Statements, or the Ten Observations or something.

    Now that we have THEIR list, I suppose we can all finally agree that Atheists are ridiculous and should be completely disregarded since I know of many examples of their people who do not live up to their list of “beliefs”. After all if there are ANY hypocrites amongst them that completely places the entire group in contempt since that is the standard they apply to the religious spectrum. They have officially issued their dogma.

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  • [2] December 19, 2014 at 5:52pm

    Obama says he wishes Sony would have talked to him first. Oh, if only every company and citizen would seek permission and advice from our great leader! Just imagine how great that would be (sarc).

    He isn’t satisfied being President. Isn’t even satisfied with his new Imperial powers he asserted with immigration and legislation powers. Now he wants to be elevated to godhood. Bet that is the real issue here. He can’t stand the fact that North Korea has a leader the people have to worship and all he gets is grief by conservatives and begging for free stuff by liberals. He just doesn’t have the respect. If Sony had just consulted the grand leader he could have told them to draw a red line, exchange some terrorists, and make a bunch of lies about “If the Koreans want to keep their health care….”

  • [7] December 19, 2014 at 5:42pm

    “that the president intended to take questions from reporters not regularly called on.”
    And no news agency is reporting that Obama regularly never calls on women reporters?
    And does this mean they had their token day of questions and with the New Year he will go right back to business as usual ignoring all of them?
    Did he expect all the women reporters now to grovel at his feet for throwing them a bone with their “special” day?
    Wonder what the racial aspect of the women called on was? Did he remember to call on the Black women reporters he normally doesn’t call on, or is that going to happen on some other special day?
    Wonder if Mrs. “Top Shelf” Obama understands that what the President sees in Women reporters isn’t reporters, it is women who need special treatment. Women just haven’t come very far now have they?
    Does this explain why Obama never does interviews on Fox News? He doesn’t recognize female reporters? He did Bill O’Riley but he won’t do Megan Kelley

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  • December 19, 2014 at 1:27pm

    Grasping at Straws:

    This idiom refers to a drowning man grabbing any floating object, even a straw, to save himself. It was first used by Thomas More in Dialogue of Comfort Against Tribulation (1534).

  • [1] December 19, 2014 at 1:10pm

    I think that if a person has such a large chip on their shoulder about slavery and racism such that a person asking for help to reach a top shelf results in flashbacks to days of whips and chains, one might want to think twice about choosing a profession of “public service”. So much for the idea of humility and recognition that she works for all of us. Will someone please remind her that the big white mansion she is in, also known as the people’s house, belongs to the Master and she and her husband are the servants to that master. No wonder we can’t get anything done around here. It is so hard to find good help.

  • December 19, 2014 at 12:58pm

    I’m all in favor of a bigger fence, much tighter security. Instead of building a bigger fence at the White House though, let’s just place the occupant in a more secure location that is already established, say San Quentin, Alcatraz, Leavenworth, all great locations with the type of security I’m thinking he needs.

  • December 19, 2014 at 12:53pm

    Don’t forget a moat. Remember when President Obama said that after they got the fence, they would want a moat, with alligators in it.
    “… All the stuff they asked for, we’ve done. But even though we’ve answered these concerns, I suspect there will be some who will try to move the goal posts one more time (someone in the crowd yells “racists!”) They said we need to triple the border patrol. Or now they’ll say we need to quadruple the border patrol. Or they’ll want a higher fence. Maybe they’ll need a moat. Maybe they want alligators in the moat! They’ll never be satisfied, and I understand that. That’s politics. But the truth is the measures we’ve put in place are getting results.”

  • [1] December 19, 2014 at 12:39pm

    I have no problem believing it is the cops and security guards – that would have been my guess. But I’ve never seen a fat Fire Fighter. We must have good ones around here. But seriously, who has fat fire fighters?
    The cop they used in the article photo would be known as “Slim” in my neck of the woods and get teased as the little guy every other cop bullies. Must be a rookie.

  • December 19, 2014 at 12:37pm

    Political whores are among the “very fat” category. Or were you referring to something else?

  • December 19, 2014 at 12:36pm

    Political whores are among the “very fat” category. Or were you referring to something else?

  • [2] December 19, 2014 at 12:30pm

    Just imagine the guy standing in line someday at the “Pearly Gates” rejection point with some other guy asking “Hey buddy, what are you NOT in for?” to which he responds “I was stealing Jesus from Christmas displays.” to which everyone else in line, the muggers, thieves, rapists, murderers and such all step back and go “Ewe! That’s sick dude. You need to go away.”

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  • [1] December 19, 2014 at 12:26pm

    I think that it would be cool that if a sensor detected that someone was trying to approach too closely or move one of the statues that a blinding bright light would appear and a disembodied voice would declare “My child, what evil is this? Why persecute thou my Church? Repent. Repent and sin no more.”

    I would love to see that on hidden video as some idiot craps his pants and drops to his knees. Then of course you have the video to shame them with as well. Either that or electrify the manger with 20K volts. That might result in the same kind of “vision” experience too.

  • [10] December 19, 2014 at 12:11pm

    What are you talking about? Did you not see the video. The guy tried to surrender. He had his hands up and that cop killed him dead. He killed him for no reason. That racist black cop killed a brown boy. Sure, people are going to say that he was a gang member and had a gun, but that is just to smear the reputation of Soliz, whose mother said he was a gentle giant. People should be burning down random peoples places of business and doing damage to unrelated peoples property over this! This is clearly an epidemic here. Brown people’s lives matter.

    Makes about as much sense as anything else I’ve seen in the news lately about police shootings, so thought I would just throw that out there.

  • [4] December 18, 2014 at 12:52pm

    My point. I don’t feel that sexual attraction is “from birth”, but I do feel that sexual creation is. To me, sexual health and sexual understanding is a learning process and the more we gray out the areas of moral learning, the more people we will raise that get it all wrong. Having a person who grows up to be a thief does not mean the person was “born bad” it means that through all their life experience they learned to steal or failed to learn to be honest and respectful. While I don’t “hate” every person that tends to stretch the truth or doesn’t know how to be a good friend, I don’t respect those attributes either and I don’t justify them or make excuses for them. I don’t hate gays and I don’t discriminate against them in the sense of treating them badly or contemptuously. However, I don’t respect the choice as equal with the societal contributions of traditional family values nor do I make excuses for the statistics of the gay community realities either. Quite frankly I chock most of it up to bad upbringing and poor childhood environment. There is more a sense of pity than ill will. I firmly believe there are no children born bad and typically the fault lies with the parents if an adult winds up in prison (not always, there are other factors to a child). But statistics do point out that a majority of gay individuals point to a problematic relationship or lack there of with a father figure. Hmmmmm????

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  • [2] December 18, 2014 at 12:42pm

    You are entitled to your opinion and your experiences – May I offer though:
    I do not recall EVER hearing a one year old proclaim “Gee, look at how hot that chick is! Can’t wait till I’m grown up to get me some of that.”

    As a small child I remember a time when kids were just kids and we all played with crayons and glue together. Then there was a time when I realized boys and girls were somehow different even if I didn’t know why other than bows and dresses and dirty faces, but there became a sense of us vs. them and for the most part girls just were not that much fun. Getting in trouble for hurting one of “them” was something to avoid, but wrestling and playing with a ball was always more fun with boys. Then at some point one of those little bow wearing things came over and said she liked me and that felt pretty good. There was a bit of competition going on for the attention of some of the bow wearing kids and there was a lot of teasing going on about sitting in a tree. Some of the kids handled that well, others didn’t. After a while there was a lot of kid politics about who was friends with who and who was in and who was out. Junior high and high school was brutal and the drama amongst the bow wearers and the competitiveness among the non-bow wearers was intense. There were some who participated in that fully, there were others that tried their best to ignore it, there were some who were absorbed in other things, and then there were some who wanted to but couldn’t.

  • December 18, 2014 at 12:19pm

    Are you asking in terms of the first accounting of the story where the agenda was to make the first lady more likeable and approachable as “just another person like you and me” or are you asking in terms of the current version of the account where the agenda is to make the nation look like a bunch of racist lemmings in need of big government? Because if it is the latter, then I believe the quote will be “Yo *******, get me that detergent over there and make it quick you black whore or I’ll have massah whip you good. And while your at it lick my white privilege shoes, they dusty. Don’t you eye ball me! You get that soap and go about your duties serving us white folk. Know your place you uppity slave.”
    On the other hand, the store’s security camera captured the event as “Excuse me, I hate to bother you. I’m much too short to reach that detergent. Would you mind if I troubled you for some help? I’m really sorry to bother you. By the way I really love that dress, who are you wearing? And those shoes, my oh my, I could never afford shoes like those I’ve never seen anyone so well dressed at Target before. You must be extremely well off. Do all these men in suits staring at us work for you? Oh, thank you so much for the help with that tall shelf, I feel so embarrassed now to have bothered you, you are obviously someone very important I apologize for the inconvenience. I just hate being short and powerless, but you wouldn’t understand now would you?

  • December 18, 2014 at 12:02pm

    I might be channeling some unauthorized psychic White House energy wave here, but I think I can confidently say the answer is “Yes”. While I don’t do this professionally, I’m pretty confident in this one. Yep, getting that one pretty strong. You can take it to the bank on this one, it’s affirmative and energetic.

  • [35] December 18, 2014 at 11:47am

    Is it not ironic that two people that probably have more personal servants in America than any one else in America are lecturing us about the perception of being asked to do something as a favor for another human being is a bit too “master” like and defames one to feel too much like a servant? Or am I just missing some intellectual point only liberals get? How many times a day do you think one of the Obamas says hey, go get me this or that without so much as a please or thank you. I’m sure Michelle would never include the little detail that the woman in question probably said “please” and followed it up with “Thank you”.

  • December 17, 2014 at 4:33pm

    Evidently spelling has always been a problem dating back to the construction of Pvblic School Nvmber Twenty.

    “If this is Common Core we are serious trouble…” Was that his actual response or Blaze reporting again. Should it not be “we are IN serious trouble”? especially if the board member is going to throw stones, they might want to double check their own words.

  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 3:47pm

    All these vehicles come with a remote kill switch. It is activated by a drone strike. Unfortunately the range is limited along with the willingness to activate it.

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