User Profile: HonorTheOath


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  • [12] October 18, 2014 at 9:49am

    Most importantly- none of these incidents are ever logged or tracked. There is no system to even measure fraud, let alone prevent it.

    The argument “There is no evidence of widespread fraud” is a tautology. Absence of evidence is NOT evidence of absence.

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  • [10] October 18, 2014 at 9:42am

    I lived in Texas (Denton County) for 8 years (2004-2012). I voted in every election held during that time (5 or 6 elections).
    I personally witnessed or had first-person admissions from perpetrators of fraud IN EVERY SINGLE ELECTION!
    1. Walk up to sign in desk and point to a blank space in the book. Sign for someone elses ballot. Saw people refused a ballot because someone else signed for them three times. Sherriff hauls them away. The complainers; not the perpetrators.
    2. College students vote absentee in home town and also register and vote on campus. Student DNC groups actually send emails explaininghow to do this. Happened in at least 3 elections; I didn’t ask the first couple of times because I was unaware this was even possible. No state-wide registration system.
    Those were the two most common ways of cheating. I saw church busses pull up to the polls and disgorge hordes of people at the polls each election. Lots of 15 pax vans trolling through urban neighborhoods offering cash, booze, cigarrettes to round up people to vote.

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  • October 16, 2014 at 4:56pm

    Jim S- way too early to know how many are already infected. Previous outbreaks of EVD took 7-21 days for symptoms. This mutated strain can take up to 30 days before ANY symptoms present. So, at this point, if we totally quarantined everybody . . . We wouldn’t know for another couple of weeks how many were infected.

  • [16] October 16, 2014 at 4:30pm

    6 years enlisted then “stripes to bars” might put him in a different category than “ten years a Lieutenant” (which is pretty much impossible- he would have been quality force-d out long before ten years).

    However, going for the warning shot to the groin does him no credit in the noodle department . . .

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  • October 16, 2014 at 3:14pm

    Repeat story from a a day or so ago. Same comment here: exciting stuff, but “net break even” can be a bitch. Hopefully this technology can get there. In a few decades we will know whether net BE is even possible

  • [3] October 16, 2014 at 3:11pm

    It was IN HER PENCIL CASE fer cryin out loud. On top of her desk. She was rooting around in it during th exam. She had acheat sheet AVAILABLE to her during the exam. The faculty member saw her rooting around in her pencil case “more than expected;” so he had “probablu cause” to look in the pencil case . . .

    However, he did not have cell phone video of her physically reading the cheat sheet; therefore, chicken **** administrators went with a “compromise.” The family smells weakness, so “Game On.”

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  • [11] October 14, 2014 at 6:45am

    Delusional troll. Read the cnstitution (“supreme law of the land”) and consider carefully all this man has done.

    He is destroying this country. Yes, really.

  • [17] October 14, 2014 at 6:25am

    Troll. Any objective analysis of gradt, corruption, and voting fraud clearly shows “DNC” participation both statistically and practically significant.

    Hell, you don’t need a “scientific study.” Any rational, sentient, human being who pays attention to those sorts of things notices right off the bat.

    Yes, while there are the “onesie/twosie” examples of republicans (which the media amplifies by 5-1 coverage vs. democrat illegal behavior), the vast majority of “ethical lapses” both individual and structural are a DNC phenomenon.

  • October 10, 2014 at 7:20am

    The law clearly targets illegals and those ineligible to vote.

    Not disagreeing with you of course! Just clarifying. Yes, illegals and those ineligible to vote ARE primarily “DemocrT” voters.

    Refreshing to finally see someone admit it publicly!

  • [5] October 10, 2014 at 7:04am

    Ths is really insulting. “Let’s play dress-up. Wanna be a soldier?”

    Yeah Oliver- and “lots of people” think all kinds of bad things are “fun” and “interesting” but since when does the Blaze equate “popularity” with “morality?”

    Thought you guys were better than the “Kardashian Kultur.”

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  • [-1] October 9, 2014 at 2:39pm

    Half truth. AIDS is transmitted (mainly) by anal sex. INDIRECTLY tied to male homosexuality. Heteros participate in anal sex too . . .

    By the way, just so you know, being “GAY” is not a sin. Anal sex (gay or straight) IS a sin.

    Just wanted to clear that up so you don’t make that mistake over and over again.

  • [-1] October 9, 2014 at 2:36pm

    . . . because the state of man is “fallen? . . . hello? Ever read the bible?

    Irreligious do not believe sex outside of marriage is a sin. Only the religious believe it is a sin.

  • [2] October 9, 2014 at 2:35pm

    Look, the LGBT amfia invented that straw man in the 1970s and it was BS then just as it is BS now.

    If you had access to a computer and a search engine, you would learn very quickly that it was the LEFT claiming AIDS was a “gay disease” while it was the RIGHT warning about various transmission vectors (mosquitos, etc.).

    GAYNESS does not transmit AIDS. ANAL SEX transmits AIDS. One reason why “heterosexual AIDS” is sweeping Africa. Anal sex, of course, being a popular method of “natural family planning” in the third world.

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  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 2:17pm

    The BPPBS we used to fund government was developed by the same @$$ clowns who led us into the Vietnam War . . . Kennedy, Johnson, and McNamara. McNamara took the same “efficient” budgeting and planning process used to hamstring General Motors and then used it to hamstring (with full DNC support) the DoD. Now every cabinet level agency has to use the same arcane, frankly insane system of throwing money into a black hole. Hey Feds- the 1960s called- they want their budgeting system back!

  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 2:12pm

    Crony Socialism. The Obamanauts KNEW they were voting The Chicago Way when they voted.

    Glad to see you are finally coming around to realize the problem is the current administration, not any previous ones.

  • [2] October 9, 2014 at 2:11pm

    You mean “The only Constitutionally authorized category of spending” in the budget.

    Other than being totally full of ****, you are completely correct!

    If your favorite illegal sectors of government had to use anywhere close to the same rigorous accounting and oversight functions as the DoD, we wouldn’t have budget problems in the first place.

  • [2] October 7, 2014 at 2:18pm

    To be fair, the authors themselves DO state the same “alternative explanation” that I raised . . . other alternatives have been raised in this thread by other contributors . . . but a better designed study would have been able to rule some of these alternative explanations out from the start.

  • [1] October 7, 2014 at 2:07pm

    A very legitimate explanation. Makes more sense than what they are trying to imply. A properly designed study would have protected against simple stuff like that.

    By the way, where did they ever see that it was the religious/conservative people downloading the porn int he first place? They didn’t. Pretty obvious rookie mistake.

  • [2] October 7, 2014 at 2:04pm

    Bingo. Your explanation is just as legitimate (actually, probably more so! see above) as what they are trying to claim . . .

  • [2] October 7, 2014 at 2:02pm

    Once again, the “devil is in the details.” Poorly designed study. Any of my graduate students would have added a very simple manipulation check: in their survey did they ASK the INDIVIDUAL about their level of conservatism/religiosity? No? Why not? See, the thing is, when two things are “correlated” that does NOT mean they are “related” directly to each other at all.

    In this case, since no state has a lot of religious/conservative people, you could just as easily say the data supports the premise that “in states with more conservative/religious people, non conservative/religious people have to work harder to get their porn fixes.” Right? In Utah, since there isn’t as much porn in the public square, non-mormons need to go online and search for it. In California, there are fewer religious /conservative people . . . so porn is everywhere . . . no need to look for it.

    But hey, that doesn’t fit the MSM meme of “Religious/Conservatives are hypocrites” so no matter what the data show, they will fit it into that box.

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