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Honestybefore truth

Member Since: September 11, 2011


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  • [3] October 22, 2014 at 8:01am

    Very well said! It was the Liberals that forced the banks to make those types of loans, using DOJ and other agencies as a whip. But it was the Banks that tried to foist the repackaged loans off on others (many who were directly involved later became the gatekeepers with the Fed and FTC). Greedy realtors, mortgage brokers, and of course buyers also had a hand(out) in the mess. There is plenty of blame to go around. Heck, Bush could have and should have done more than made some half-hearted attempts to warn of the danger ahead. But the primary responsibility belongs with the Government, who should have known better.

  • [26] October 22, 2014 at 7:25am

    The correction was only predicated by not wanting my Aunt’s husband to disown me for not enlightening the non Scottish.

  • [18] October 22, 2014 at 7:22am

    I believe the phrase is “sure and begorrah”, meaning sure and by God.

  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 1:45am

    Unlike Al Gore huh? Or like every Climatologist, trying to get funding on the back of faulty science. Or every Progressive, trying to gain power through climate legislation or treaties, hmm?

    Follow the money is right, you just don’t seem smart enough to follow the right trail.

  • [18] October 21, 2014 at 11:32pm

    Maybe because they were! Leave the Anti- Semitic b.s. in your mind where it can rot with the rest of those types of beliefs. The tribulations of the Jewish people are well and honestly documented. Spouting that c%&p only goes to lower everyone’s opinion of your basic intelligence.

  • [6] October 21, 2014 at 11:26pm

    And another post by LibertardSucubus where I thought there might be some sign of intelligence developing. I guess we’re both disappointed.

  • [4] October 21, 2014 at 11:17pm

    Damn, I need to stop either multitasking while writing posts or start taking the time to proofread before clicking the little red button
    In order;
    - two instead of to
    - the [most] simplistic
    - poor wording …nowadays) today.
    - cornucopia [of]
    - issue[,]
    - …what [type] of society
    -… a change in [societal]

  • [4] October 21, 2014 at 11:08pm

    While I applaud his coming around on the issue of “climate change”, I have issues with at least to of his statements.
    First is the reasoning that led him to his weak-wristed questioning of the climate controversy. It is the weakest of the arguments against, how about the simplistic of all, follow the money. Not just with thieves like Al Bore, but within the scientific community itself. Chicken Little syndrome is rampant among scientists (re. Activists nowadays) today. The most troubling is the abandonment of the methodology that makes science honest, the Scientific Method.

    The second statement is that about personal freedom (and here is where we part ways Ratiocinative). He offers up the Liberal cornucopia Individual Freedom, but like most Liberals ignores the incumbent individual responsibility issue as well as the individual’s place within society. Freedom goes only so far as the next persons, so by nature freedom is limited within a societal context. The issue is, what society offers the best exchange of freedom over limitation. And the means by which a change in society restrictions takes place.

  • [30] October 21, 2014 at 4:59am

    Since Ebola is 60 to 70 % lethal, wouldn’t that make his hand the equivalent to a loaded weapon? Sounds like a good reason to, at the very least, kick his ass. “See Officer, the video clearly shows him threatening my life. I had every right to defend myself!”

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  • [22] October 21, 2014 at 4:54am

    Why should we expect his personal life to be in any way different then how he has been handling the Government debt? “I think they got paid (by someone else).”

  • October 20, 2014 at 7:13pm

    As to the race issue there is only one race, that of Man. His job as State A.G. is no different than any other attorney, to represent his client whether he agrees with “him” or not. As long as he does so in an ethical manner he is doing what is expected of his position.
    P.S. Along those lines, knowingly lying to the court about the veracity of a given defense is unethical, it’s about time to for courts to start looking into Lawyers that present strategies like the “Twinkie Defense”.

  • [16] October 20, 2014 at 7:01pm

    The persons making the claim should face the same penalties as the people they tried to frame would have if convicted.

  • [5] October 19, 2014 at 9:44pm

    Very close to my thoughts on this. Why send the men and women who are trained to defend this country by force of arms. Why not ask all those weepy liberal a$$h0l&s to finally do their part? Howard Dean is a Doctor isn’t he, Jimmy Carter builds houses and such close enough to clinics for Africa,and both have always complained about how we use force. Here’s their, and those like them, chance to put up or shut up!

  • [17] October 17, 2014 at 3:52am

    “She has a knack for bridging differences and building coalitions to drive progress.” My Liberal Translation App provided the following:
    This person is skilled at promising “goodies” to all the various Liberal and Progressive groups, in order to get them to support the cause de jour.

  • [10] October 17, 2014 at 3:20am

    21 arrests, but how many convictions? And if there has been at least 2 prior convictions would that trigger a three strikes rule? Does the three strikes rule even still exist, and why not? It was initiated for just this type of POS.

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  • [10] October 16, 2014 at 5:44am

    “White Privileged” is a misnomer. The truth is that “white society” has valued those aspects of society that produced results that allow for greater upward mobility; the nuclear family, education, investing, saving, etc. This had (less so now than in the past) resulted in a larger accumulation of generational wealth. Though this would have been more difficult for blacks than whites, it was just as difficult for many other ethnicities who have surpassed the black communities, and in some cases the Anglo communities as well.

  • [38] October 9, 2014 at 11:40pm

    The women is an example of those who think that its O.K. to break the law when its in service of their agendas, but wants everyone else to suffer either legal or social consciences for anything that offends them. While you have pointed out, properly, that the bicyclist was incorrect in riding on the sidewalk, her assault (while seemingly innocuous, but what if she has a communicable disease, plus backwash- ugh) is a criminal offence. The rider’s was a simple traffic violation. There is no equivalence there. She was trying to shame, re. bully, the rider then assaulted him. The officer apparently did not see the rider violation, but did witness the assault. He should have been a bit more professional (compared to many Chicago cops he wasn’t that bad) but he was following the law. .

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  • October 7, 2014 at 2:53pm

    I can’t help thinking that this maybe the perfect metaphor for the likely future of our nation.

  • October 7, 2014 at 12:33am

    Too True, but fortunately I had become friends with the Dept. Chair. Unfortunately I had to impose on that friendship in regards to one Professor, but just so everyone knows there is usually a mechanism in dealing with unfair grading in most schools.

  • October 6, 2014 at 6:37pm

    It would have been even funnier than the original gaffes if Earnest (that name in and of itself is hilarious) had come out and said; “Come on folks we all know Biden is a joke. I mean he was just joking.”

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