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HI_Don

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  • [1] March 30, 2015 at 4:18pm

    Is this part of a coordinated transgender extremist terror cell taking orders from Nancy Pelosi and her San Francisco LGBT movement? They probably thought “NSA” was an acronym for Normal Sex America.
    Wait till we find out that what the media is calling “two dressed in drag” is actually “two dressed in Muslim robes”.

  • [2] March 27, 2015 at 8:29pm

    The GOP rep missed his opportunity. When she said his kid was afraid of her skin color, he should have loudly replied. No, my child is deathly afraid of fat people, it had nothing to do with skin color. He also screams when we take him to Santa Clause so don’t take it personally please. While I can’t argue that you are not black or that he isn’t afraid of you, it is equally obvious that you can’t argue that your not fat.

  • [2] March 24, 2015 at 8:16pm

    No one says it, but the truth is that America has one of the biggest anti-Semites ever known as our president. America may stand with Israel, but our President does not. He loathes Jews. He despises them. He was taught from his early childhood that Jews are evil and need to be wiped off the face of the earth. Now that he is president he knows politically he has to say the right things, but ever since he entered office he has taken every opportunity to support the enemies of Israel, deliver funding that can be used by Hamas and other anti-Israel organizations, and undermine Israel’s progress and security. If he thought he could get away with it he would re-light the fires of Auschwitz.
    Obama is a Jew hater. He is Jewophobic. He has nothing but contempt and hatred for the Jewish state. Just like every good Muslim does. He remembers the dreams of his father, and he remembers what all those lessons he learned in his early years in his Kenyan Muslim school taught him.

  • [21] March 24, 2015 at 7:57pm

    If Hollywood actually tried to use “art” to approach topics from both sides, this sick little book would be the inspiration for our next horror movie “Poltergeist III” where the ghosts of aborted fetuses haunt the families of those responsible for killing them. This selfish little boy “Lee” who is glad he doesn’t have to share his mommy’s resources would find that his sister isn’t really all that happy after all watching her brother have the life she never will.

    But then we know Hollywood doesn’t see things from both sides. It has to be Left to be right with them.

  • [1] March 24, 2015 at 7:48pm

    She must have seen a video that caused her to tweet that.

    Did she go on 5 talk shows issuing a statement on his death telling everyone that according to the best information sources she has his death was not a result of his relationship with the administration, but based on a spontaneous response to a despicable racist comment?

  • [16] March 24, 2015 at 7:41pm

    Well it certainly didn’t make the their safer. Being a bad guy seems to be getting more dangerous now days with all this 2nd amendment progress. Somebody needs to come out with some good insurance these professional thieves can afford. Maybe we can call it ObamaCare.

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  • [1] March 24, 2015 at 1:38pm

    If he didn’t get that ink in prison, now that he is going to be going there I’m sure the other residents will just love his artwork. If he did get that in prison, it says volumes about his strategy to survive inside with a bunch of tough guys. Might as well just roll out the welcome mat and replace the cell light with a red light bulb.

  • [1] March 23, 2015 at 1:06pm

    did I miss something?

    “told the newspaper that “Nazi aircraft generated a secret project to build shelters ”

    Just how does an aircraft generate a secret project or build shelters? And I thought German aircraft were built simply to fly. Those Nazis apparently were way ahead of us even today in the field of robotics and had working “transformers” perhaps?

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  • [16] March 22, 2015 at 7:27am

    keaton is right.
    My son was small for his age, and at 12 was playing indoor soccer and was very good. The “league” decided to let the 14 year old girls team play with the 12 year old boys rotations. They made no such effort to let the boys play in the girls rotations. Of course the girls coach and the refs and the crowd thought this was a good idea. The coach was heard telling his team of girls to “not be intimidated by the boys”. Keep in mind this is “indoor” soccer – so it was played in a basket ball court with all court level bleachers rolled back to form walls and the crowd looking on from above on the 2nd tier bleachers. Keep also in mind soccer is a “non contact sport”. When my son took a pass along the side line one of the “aggressive” girls decided to full body check him hockey style from the back into the bleachers. She was at least a foot to a foot and a half taller and probably had him by 60 pounds or more. The impact was so great he was taken out of the game unconscious and my first thought was she killed him. The girls were up 4-1 at the time.
    If that had been a boy he would have been thrown out of the game – maybe multiple games. He would have been booed and would have been considered a “dirty player” because it was the cheapest shot I have ever seen on a soccer field. Her parents yelled “that’s showing those boys!”.
    It wasn’t soccer, it wasn’t sportsmanship, and it wasn’t “fair”. It was just dangerous. Teaching our kids a lack of respect between the sexes.

  • [5] March 20, 2015 at 11:11pm

    The last question – “What is America’s greatest Race challenge?”

    Oh I got this one cold – Getting rid of the racist President and racist Attorney General we have so that the races can start getting along together again. That is an easy one. The rest of the questions are just stupid.

    Wonder what the percentage of Starbuck’s workers are by race statistics? I think they employ way too many white females to be tossing around stones in glass houses. Wonder if they want to talk about that?

  • [1] March 17, 2015 at 7:23pm

    I sure would hope that if Franklin D. Roosevelt were negotiating a treaty with Adolf Hitler that allowed him to keep his gas chambers, didn’t involve any discussion of his V2 rocket factories, and only delayed his ability to move Jews to the concentration camps for 5 years so long as inspectors were allowed to tour Berlin hotels, someone in the Congress would have had the balls to send a letter!

    Congress has NO obligation to sit back and wait to see if Iran signs a deal that they know will mean the U.S. President has given permission for them to develop the weapon that will be used to erase Israel from the map before they tell Iran that the President has no such authority and it will not be passed by the Congress. This is all a staged event for Obama to make the Congress appear as the ones that don’t want a deal for peace when there is not deal for peace even being discussed.

    This is like the Affordable Care Act. Conservatives were against Obama’s “Plan” so they were against Americans health – when in fact to be against Obama’s Plan is actually in favor of American’s health since the plan destroys our system, raises cost, lowers availability, increases inefficiency, and sends tons of our money into the bureaucratic pit. The deal with Iran helps them GET the bomb and provides international endorsement of it. Congress is not stopping a negotiation for peace, it is stopping a negotiation for certain war and death. It is stopping the aiding of terrorism by our own President!

  • March 17, 2015 at 7:09pm

    Ok, let me ask this question – and please will someone form the Blaze who actually knows how to get an answer on this follow up and get an answer -

    What did President Bush sign when he left office? What standard do these bureaucrats live by? What did Senator Clinton sign when she left office as a Senator?

    And if all these politicians who have access to HIGHLY classified material can email freely on unclass personal accounts, sign zero agreements when leaving office, and operate in absolute lack of transparency as well as immunity from prosecution or accountability, then why in the heck do folks like me, a common veteran, have to sign our freedoms away and live eternally at risk of saying the wrong thing on a public blog that could get us tossed into prison and our homes and fortunes taken from us for daring to tell the truth when we know someone is lying because our answer is “classified”? Ask Bush what he signed and if he is immune to prosecution if he retained classified documents for his “memoirs “? Do they only make the republicans sign disclosures or what? Did Condoleezza Rice sign a disclosure agreement? Did she take her emails home and sort them for the government?

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  • [1] March 17, 2015 at 3:26pm

    That’s pretty sad if you can believe in the evil, but not the good.

  • March 17, 2015 at 3:08pm

    Exactly!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47bRNYv2KkA

    Wonder if that will be taken as racist since it includes a monkey?

  • [2] March 17, 2015 at 3:03pm

    Nothing like the “service” I was in. Rules of evidence don’t apply to the UCMJ. If something like this happened on my ship, the Co would call in his X.O. and demand who told you and when. Then you go to that guy and say “Who told you and when” and so on and you trace it back until you find the guy who was the “delay”, the last man with the secret and you HAMMER that guy so hard no one ever holds back info like this again. It takes less than an hour to find your answer.
    Then, to top that off you Hammer the idiot drinkers. We once took a guy to Captains mast for DUI and busted him just as hard as anyone else even though he was never arrested, never even saw a cop, and never got a ticket or hurt anyone. All it took was finding out that he left a party so drunk he couldn’t walk, stole his own keys back from the host of the party, drove two blocks and crashed his truck into a large rock off the road -didn’t hurt the truck much because it was a tough truck and caused zero damage to any public or private property-, then walked home. All the C.O. asked was “was he drunk and did he drive?” No breath test, no blood test, no sobriety test at the time. Just witness testimony that he was drunk and that he got into a car. Lost a stripe, lost pay, lost career – just like anyone else thrown in jail by a civilian cop for DUI.
    I hate this ivory tower dual rule society Obama has brought us. It was bad before, it is excessively evil now. Louis Learner, Eric Holder, Obama, Hillary Clinton – all these people above the law.

  • [6] March 17, 2015 at 2:48pm

    “are believed to have been covered up since the 1980s”

    Whoa! Hidden away since maybe the 1980′s? Who could possibly remember way back then? I mean who could possibly still be alive that knew it was there? What an amazing find. Wonder if there were still any dinosaur bones in the BBQ since that is surely what they cooked way back then. Wonder if there were even trees to use for wood back in those days? Bet there were all kinds of strange idolatry and superstition associated with “burning their food” for people who lived back then, unable to explain things we now understand like the world is round, the moon isn’t made of cheese, and everything is better with bacon.
    Who wrote this article and thinks a BBQ dating back to the 80′s is “amazing history”, my daughter?

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  • [1] March 17, 2015 at 2:28pm

    A true “hands up, don’t punch” moment.

    I can’t breath!

    Where is the outrage now? This is why Ferguson hates the police, they stop all the “Fun”.

  • March 17, 2015 at 2:26pm

    If you see something like this, and you don’t intervene, all you do is whip out your cell phone and laugh and run up to make sure you get it on camera – you don’t deserve to be arrested, you deserve to be euthanized.

    That “group” appeared to be more animal than human so perhaps we have de-evolution at play here.

    Are we not men? We are Devo.

  • March 17, 2015 at 2:15pm

    Probably??? What part of the wife in on it, the son in on it, the friend in on it, the camera crew present, it’s a TV show did you miss?

    The plain truth here is that these guys are so lazy in their quest for an easy buck through creating “entertainment” that the didn’t even have the patience to use much of the toilet paper. The threw less than 1/3 of the stuff and left the other 2/3 of the truckload sitting on the ground in the pile they made and simply said “good enough” and called in Howie to come act upset. You know the discussion was made on the budget for clean up – the didn’t even T.P. the tree or shrubs or any of the obvious stuff that any frat house would have done. As T.P. jobs go, this was terrible, wasteful, and hardly worth the pictures or the story. With as much paper as they brought, it could have taken weeks to clean up and been a Guinness book of records moment. Instead all I thought about was – why didn’t they even use most of the T.P.? What is the shock value of coming home and seeing a small wall of rolls lined up along the front of the house? Should have left that in the boxes and donated it to a homeless shelter.

  • [1] March 17, 2015 at 2:07pm

    its only a crime when the target files a complaint. So basically it is all about your victims sense of humor. It’s all fun and games until somebody gets hurt. That’s why the camera has ratcheted up the ridiculous bar several notches because they shame the victim into not complaining. Some of these prank videos amount to nothing short of assault.

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