User Profile: Honestybefore truth

Honestybefore truth

Member Since: September 11, 2011

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  • September 3, 2015 at 2:18am

    Is that because they have “a thing goin’ on?”

  • [5] September 2, 2015 at 11:22pm

    You can add stupid to the list; “…about 40% of all immigrants come by plane and overstay their visa’s…” Ah Senor Girar Doctor, did you not understand the topic? Do we need to repeat it in Spanglish for you?
    The fence isn’t to keep legal immigrants out, it’s to keep those without respect for U.S.(and often any) Law from crossing the border illegally. You can’t conflate the two.

  • September 2, 2015 at 8:26pm

    I think it looks more like he’s having a stroke, but you who could tell. Stroke symptoms would be an improvement over his normal shtick.

  • [12] September 2, 2015 at 5:30pm

    If they still have not returned from abroad, look for the TSA to provide a welcome that they won’t long forget. If they have returned already, I’m sure the IRS audit will have nothing to do with this story. Obummer and company don’t like it when regular folks make them look bad.

  • [7] September 2, 2015 at 5:21pm

    She must have assaulted more than one all-you-can-eat buffet to have done that much harm to her body.

  • [7] September 2, 2015 at 3:34pm

    I concur, there are those intent on dragging the whole of America down but it isn’t everyone, not even a majority. The Progressives had been doing it piecemeal, and at a slow pace. But it’s gotten away from them, Obama has over encouraged those groups they have been using, allowing them to become too demanding and expectant. The biggest problem is the good, law abiding Americans, by their very nature, are reluctant to stray from the straight and narrow. The very Laws and Mores that make them the good guys, holds them back from striking out in righteous anger. And being the only ones holding up their end of the Social Contract that resulted in the United States has put them at a disadvantage. But the acceleration and intensity of the changes may just tip the balance. I am reminded of the Chinese proverb that warns of living in interesting times.

  • September 2, 2015 at 12:26pm

    You contradicted yourself there. But I get what you are really saying… Now (or at least for the time being) that you feel you have the upper hand you can be more open about the real objective; “punishing” those you feel have wronged or not accepted you. And force everyone to, at the very least, pay lip service to your “equality.” I hate to tell you, trying to force acceptance never really works. Those that don’t approve will simply hide and work to get even for the harm they will perceive you doing to them. A nice vicious little circle…want to see what the result looks like visit Bosnia or Serbia. Look at pictures and video from Northern Ireland in the 60′s 70′s and even the 80′s. I wasn’t passing judgement, on the lifestyle (though I will admit to being judgmental about the suspect claims of the goals) , but simply offering a solution that I think will offer a hold-over until till time eases a way through the problem to a solution.

  • [132] September 2, 2015 at 11:58am

    The proof that these badly raised boy’s (the ones the mother is confronting) meant to harm the mother and her son is right in the video. “…One of the teens can then be heard telling Tracy Leeser, ‘Your son’s gonna get your a** beat right now…” While I doubt I would have pulled a gun on them, I also would have gotten in a lot of trouble for beating them senseless. Can you remember a time, when even a teen, would never have spoken to an adult in such a manner. Their parents would have tanned their hides and have been mortified to be seen in public until the offending teens had publicly apologized for anything half as offensive. I think we can all hold Dr. Spock and that ilk to blame for this, being the first advocates of no consequences for bad behavior.

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  • [9] September 2, 2015 at 11:48am

    This will likely never be noticed, but here it goes anyway;

    How is it that young women, who think that they are to heavy, or their noses are to big, are often counseled under the auspices of body dysmorphia or dysmorphic syndrome? But some poor child who believes themselves to be of the wrong gender are treated differently and celebrated for their bravery? Talk about your double standard.

  • [7] September 1, 2015 at 10:40am

    Why don’t these clerks make this simple, start issuing Civil Union licences to everyone, and allow Pastors, Priests, etc., to supply marriage certificates once a Religious ceremony has been completed. Solves the problem, that is, making a gay couple equal before the eyes of government. (Though I don’t believe for a minute that is what this is all about)

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  • [13] September 1, 2015 at 10:28am

    MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle said Clinton’s email controversy is continuously becoming less about the actual emails and more about the “way that she’s handling it.”
    That’s because it’s what the media is trying to spin it as. What it should be covered as, is criminal conduct, not “the way she’s handling it. And again, why is anyone at all surprised by anything a Clinton does (short of one of them doing something courageous or honorable, which will happen right after Obama submits himself to a lie detector test on Benghazi)

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  • [5] September 1, 2015 at 10:18am

    The station really didn’t do anything wrong by airing the video, and it needs to be looked at by someone impartial and competent. It’s not entirely clear regarding the sequence, the perceptual difference between the video and audio confuses things a bit (the difference between sight and sound over distance). The officer on the left, for no visually apparent reason, seems to make an avoidance motion prior to firing. But what is really important is how this ties into the story on the officer in Georgia being shot. In both cases the departments are mishandling the aftermath, in a likely attempt to manage the fallout of what seems likely to be bad decisions by their officers.

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  • [7] September 1, 2015 at 8:28am

    There you go, drones doing the jobs illegals no longer want to do.

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  • [-1] September 1, 2015 at 8:25am

    He grows for a consortium of dispensaries in Denver. He’s using several hundred dollars of drone doing something that can be accomplished with a bamboo pole, line, safety pin, and a worm. Amusing in it’s absurdity at best.

  • [64] September 1, 2015 at 8:20am

    I suppose it needs to be said, but I hope he’s not counting on it. Too much is invested in the continuation and propagation of the “racial divide.” The Progressives can never admit to the fallacy of one of their central themes.

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  • [27] September 1, 2015 at 8:00am

    It’s not necessarily their tactics, but the way in which they are handling the aftermath. If you can’t answer those simple questions nearly immediately, there is a problem, or obfuscation.

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  • [3] September 1, 2015 at 7:48am

    The don’t “know” because they don’t want anyone else to. I would likely astound and mortify everyone but the most profoundly Progressive (who would be asking why the rest of the populace weren’t employed directly by the government). I’ve always wondered why those on government assist aren’t classified as employees, they do about the same amount of work as the average bureaucrat.

  • [9] September 1, 2015 at 7:43am

    If only she hadn’t done any “work,” the world would likely be a better place today.
    - Arab Spring
    - Russian reset
    - Benghazi
    - Iran
    - etc, etc…

  • September 1, 2015 at 7:37am

    Woo Hoo! Bonuses all around! The ladyboys are in for a party tonight, remember that “if your lucky the ‘god’s’ a she…”

    A blast from the past…”One night in Bangkok”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAIFOR0Tmyw

  • [52] September 1, 2015 at 7:27am

    “…but it’s not clear if the homeowner had a gun…”
    Then, by what improbable set of circumstances, did the officer wind up wounded? Did he shoot himself in the leg? Or, did one of his fellow officers do the deed? And by what function of incompetence does the department not know whether the man was armed of not? You would expect that nearly 12 hours would be enough to answer at least those central questions. Vagaries meant to delay informing the low information populace from learning what?….officer error, racial component? Something doesn’t pass the smell test. I wish Law Enforcement would learn that such tactics only lead to furthering distrust between them and the people they are tasked to protect.

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