User Profile: HI_Don


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  • [3] April 17, 2015 at 7:34pm

    We now can officially call every Clinton campaign add, interview, and debate the vagina monologue. Its only about that – the rest of her credentials are meaningless and hallow, but then again none of us on the right thought she had anything else anyway and based on her husbands roaming around perhaps she doesn’t have that much going for her there either. After all Hillary didn’t really blame Bill much for his affairs so maybe she believes she has some responsibility for it?

  • April 17, 2015 at 5:15pm

    Hillary Clinton ~ “The wanna be champion of Chris Stephens”
    Hillary Clinton ~ “Ready to harness new technology for America’s future on One Device at a time”
    Hillary Clinton ~”An open and transparent candidate for President, feel free to study the following fully vetted released documents as proof”
    Hillary Clinton ~”Taking a stand on women who testify against her husband”
    Hillary Clinton ~”Don’t you want to see a woman President get impeached just like a man?”

    Just trying out some new slogans.

  • April 17, 2015 at 4:41pm

    Hey, I found an amazing Hillary for President poster add you have to check out. Take a look.

  • [5] April 17, 2015 at 3:55pm

    So, will Obama order flags to half mast or just issue an apology?

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  • [1] April 17, 2015 at 3:46pm

    The one thing that “goes too far” was Ann Dunam back in mid November 1960.

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  • April 17, 2015 at 3:41pm

    Tele, the quote was from Mr. Obama the Iran negotiator. You must have mistook the article for Michelle, but it was the Wimp ‘n Chief, the Supreme Cry Baby, the Spineless Wonder, Mr. Pass The Buck himself.

    Oh, never mind you must have meant that in sarcasm.

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  • [1] April 17, 2015 at 3:34pm

    My thoughts exactly boris- “Pot this is kettle, come in kettle!”
    Or as we used to say in elementary school – Rubber and glue Obama, rubber and glue. It takes one to know one.
    Old Harry isn’t in charge in the senate anymore, elections have consequences. Payback is a B***h!

  • [3] April 17, 2015 at 3:28pm

    There is no light shining between thunder thighs and I’m not looking in that direction no matter what you package with it.

  • [7] April 17, 2015 at 3:25pm

    “In Michigan, MLive reported a bill recently passed in the Senate that would allow three bake sales per week.”

    Just the fact that political law makers believe that they need to legislate the people down to this detail is clear socialism creep. Why do we need a law to “allow” bake sales or regulate them at all. Can’t we trust the schools and the PTA to figure this out? Who cares more about what is good for the kids, the parent or the state? If we all had free choice we could manage this but since we are “provided” our ration of education we can’t. Why three? Why not four? Why not two? What happens if a school does have four, what jack booted thugs come in to take the cupcakes away from the children?

    When schools spend all their time tracking all these stupid changing and evolving regulations it is no wonder that actual education goes to the back seat.

  • [3] April 17, 2015 at 2:36pm

    Sounds to me like the ones who the judge should have issued a no-contact order to would have been the hospital and Doctors. Did he issue an injunction against the hospital or doctors until the investigation on how a brain dead man isn’t brain dead is figured out?

    At 27, the adult son has every right to associate with who he wants and if the judge didn’t issue both of them a no contact order I think there is no case without the son being the complaint source.

    The State and the Hospital are arguing two sides of a counterfeit coin. If the son’s survival is a miracle “act of god” event, why would you prosecute the only guy in the room that was inspired to the miracle? If the State doesn’t want to believe in the “act of god” then they must believe that the diagnosis of “brain dead” was incompetent or intentionally incorrect for purposes known to the Doctor and/or the hospital and then again why would you prosecute the only guy in the room who fought against the incompetent or intentionally wrong actions and saved a life in so doing? The only argument the State has in moving forward with charging the father is “to set an example” to the public either on an anti-gun mission or to discourage individuals from questioning the hospital or doctors who in this case were wrong and prove they ought to be questioned. If the son was brain dead and did in fact die there would be no case for the father. But since the son was alive and lived, there should be no case against him.

  • [1] April 17, 2015 at 2:09pm

    Liberal play book – when caught plead ignorance and incompetence:
    Oops, wrong impression of endorsement, shouldn’t have let our admin send the school wide endorsement email should have given the school wide email list to a student (like that support makes a difference on endorsement?)
    Oops, didn’t know what was going on in my own department until I saw it on the news.
    Oops, I already erased all my email so you can’t prove I did anything wrong.
    Oops, I didn’t take the 5th until after I made my sworn oath of testimony of innocence.
    Oops, I thought it was a video despite no evidence.
    Oops, I thought a BOLO list was a good idea.
    Liberals are the most incompetent idiots full off excuses, why would anyone ever put any of them in charge of anything when you know it always ends in oops.

  • [3] April 17, 2015 at 1:57pm

    I missed nothing – you glossed over “Encouraged” when you ought to think about that while combining it with the list we know exists of the things DOE is known to discourage. How do you encourage this student groups idea while you have tossed and harassed individual students for bibles at school, Christian themed T-shirts, NRA T-shirts, political T-shirts, individual prayer over lunch, expressions of individual faith on sporting events, and on and on with the list.
    Optional for liberals when applied to things they like amounts to “encouraged” and “a show of tolerance and sensitivity” but when applied to things they don’t like they call it “dangerous association” and “potential indoctrination” and “lack of sensitivity to others feelings”.
    Did they consider for a moment the feelings of the children of soldiers at the school? Did they consider for a moment the possibility a student on campus may have or had family that escaped Sharia control or knows someone murdered under sharia law?

  • [3] April 17, 2015 at 1:37pm

    I can read just fine. I also was taught to pay attention to details and not to believe everything I read. Forget what email account was used for a moment, do you think for one second the principle would have stood by and let a student group hold a “Wear a Yarmulke” day? Do you think they could have asked school permission (not endorsement) for a “bring a bible day”?
    Let me guess you consider Hillary Clinton a “champion of women’s rights” because she said so and because you can read?

  • [2] April 17, 2015 at 1:29pm

    Just wait until they get enough of them hired as IRS agents. If you didn’t recognize the threat to the people last time, just wait until you see what the next round looks like since our gov. didn’t do anything about the last round.

  • [12] April 17, 2015 at 1:22pm

    Right. Other than evidence of quick thinking by the school admin, all other evidence suggests the school thought it would be a great idea until they got caught and still do.

    Wonder if a reminder went out that under Sharia it isn’t optional and non-compliance results in horrific and painful torturous death. Lets see if the student group wants to sponsor “count the number of times a radical Muslim would have had you killed for that day” where students keep track of the number of times their American freedoms and rights of expression would have been interpreted by Sharia as an excuse to be tortured or killed in a single day.

  • [4] April 17, 2015 at 1:08pm

    They need one for GOP politicians called “Find my backbone”.

  • [16] April 17, 2015 at 12:59pm

    I haven’t seen that many contortions and flips and reversals since Kerry and Obama started negotiations with Iran.

  • [2] April 16, 2015 at 8:55pm

    I know why the homeowner is worried:

  • [14] April 16, 2015 at 8:47pm

    Same reason they are amazed that hurricanes damage their houses, sink holes swallow their yards, and people want to drill oil off their shores. These are the unexplainable things that helpless Florida liberals need the government to control – you know the unforeseen “acts of God”.

  • [6] April 16, 2015 at 8:43pm

    They said terrifying, not gruesome or hideous or repulsive. Terrifying typically isn’t a word you use when you are going for the nails on a chalkboard emotion.

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