User Profile: Iamnotanumber


Member Since: May 17, 2011

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  • April 11, 2014 at 5:34pm

    HUH!! Apparently the militia folks in and around Nevada took George’s comment to heart. The call has gone out!

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  • April 11, 2014 at 12:26pm


  • April 11, 2014 at 12:05pm

    LBJ led the way in 1964…yaa…keep tellin yourself and everyone else that lie! Have the stones to ask WHY? Look into the reality of who the real driving force of civil rights legislation was. Your dad… to be clear did not enter Congress until 1965, so make yourself clear and don’t try to attach him, and thereby yourself to the civil rights act of 64 through obfuscation. As a native Kansan, I would like to express my extreme dissatisfaction with the “ole gray mare” and ask ever so politely she stay out of Kansas!!!

  • April 2, 2014 at 4:49pm

    C…I…A…duh! And the icing on the cake is that Potus elevated Rice most ricky-tic to a cabinet post so she couldn’t be question per Executive Privilege. That alone screams coverup all by itself!

  • March 24, 2014 at 3:23pm

    It hasn’t stopped my family. My wife and I work 40 hr. weeks to provide a private education for our child…because it is that important to us! We are not wealthy, in fact we have cut our budget in every way manageable to get us through the last three years so she can attend private school in our area. You see, I remember praying in public school until second grade! I remember standing in class to say the pledge of allegiance every day! I remember teachers and schools that held children and parents responsible for their education and were applauded for doing so. I was there, and lived it, and there was no way I was going to subject my child to what the public school system has devolved into if any private options were available because they still teach family values and religion! State centric idealism and the anti-family indoctrination of inner city public education is a stain on this Nation!

  • March 11, 2014 at 3:32pm

    his last book is spot on with the Ukraine/Crimea current events!

  • March 10, 2014 at 11:51am

    I am a politically conservative Catholic American, more of a rarity these days unfortunately. What do you care about more, my faith or my devotion to this country. My faith is intact and will remain so whether you approve of it or not! The anti-Catholic bigotry and misleading misrepresentation of Catholicism is unbecoming of any Christian.

  • March 10, 2014 at 11:35am

    The Catholic Bible is the original “version” of the bible so my question would be why did protestants need theirs? It existed but wasn’t formally organized canon until the Council of Nicaea in 325AD.

  • March 10, 2014 at 9:52am

    Same thing!

  • March 5, 2014 at 1:09pm

    @solo1…Definitely the worst in our/my life time! And I would say it’s a neck and neck photo finish to the bottom between the three… IMHO!

  • March 4, 2014 at 5:19pm

    And in what way imaginable could he have done what you claim are his faults? Coming off of Vietnam, economic chaos, on the verge of societal collapse and you wanted him to do what with a divided Gov’t. What he participated in lasted 20-25 years, with the adherence by those who followed. He could never, ever have done what Clinton accomplished with welfare reform…ever! That would have been political suicide. Whether you experienced it or not the economy group through confidence in leadership and vision. People of all stripes bought into it and the economy exploded in growth…unlike what we have seen since 2008 (jabbing both sides of the aisle here.) We went to the right, back to the center, because the country had been dragged left since the sixties(again, jabbing both sides.) National Socialists are left of center, ie..Socialist.Nazi is a strong unfounded accusation. They took over industry, squashed civil liberty, etc. all of which are left-socialist-communist practice. Right side politics is less regulatory, classical liberal democracy and anarchy in the extreme. Nazi, National Socialist can not, in any way, be attributed to Reagan’s tenure as President.

    In reply to CascaLonginus's comment on the contribution A Renewed Reagan Conservatism

  • March 4, 2014 at 4:29pm

    …as to an ommission of the word Constitution, that is ludicrous.
    1. apparently you missed this… “The Founders’ wisdom and vision”
    2. I have an official edition of the US Constitution Commemorating the 200th year with Reagan”s sponsorship.

    In reply to paperpushermj's comment on the contribution A Renewed Reagan Conservatism

  • March 4, 2014 at 4:01pm

    If you speak of me and what I am willing to trade for freedom you are sadly mistaken! My freedom will be intact by my doing because I believe in what Reagan said. He was right. I and I alone am responsible for my pursuit of happiness, from the day my mother didn’t abort me! I LOVE my Family my God and my country! I believe we are endowed by our Creator with Inalienable rights…period! Reagan did it right ..period! The decay we have now is from straying from his CONSERVATIVE PRINCIPLES!

    In reply to the contribution A Renewed Reagan Conservatism

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  • March 4, 2014 at 3:41pm

    Sure! Amnesty was granted for border security as a political deal with congress and congress didn’t keep their end of the bargain…big surprise they still haven’t and won’t. Reagoncaring???WTH is that??? Spending was a mutual agreement between the Pres. and Democrat controlled Congress, back when they still communicated, before negotiation was eradicated from the political lexicon. Borrowing…(See Spending), Debting Socialist?!?! There hasn’t been a President in a hundred years that didn’t run in the budgetary red, from either side so that smacks of slung monkey poo.

    In reply to paperpushermj's comment on the contribution A Renewed Reagan Conservatism

  • March 4, 2014 at 3:25pm

    And Congress was Democrat, a divided Gov’t just like today, but somehow through negotiation things got done, unlike today. It was give and take. True politics unlike today! Thats why you are able to gripe about spending et al. You will not have the privilege to see the likes of his ability to get things accomplished again in your life, if you were even breathing when he was POTUS. Do you remember the policy of not negotiating with terrorists? That held until the current administration and it worked. Peace through strength? It worked! He fired the striking air traffic controllers…all of em! You monkeys can throw all the poo you want and it will not stick! He was more of a President than I have seen sense and more than I can see for the foreseeable future so good luck with your progressive paradise because that is what you espouse!

    In reply to the contribution A Renewed Reagan Conservatism

  • February 27, 2014 at 4:25pm

    Lol….No they don”t!!!! Lol!!

  • February 27, 2014 at 3:25pm

    HUH?? Imagine that, The SOVIET PREMIERE is invading the Ukraine and they have an intel ship in Cuba listening. Sounds like a job for the silent service! “Make ready tubes 1 through 4…. Fire One…!”

  • February 13, 2014 at 12:02pm

    AMEN BROTHER, and for quite some time too! Have heard this in training from alphabet soup folks since 03. I was in college late 80′s and was threatened by an iranian nuclear engineering student who said “America’s time is short, enjoy it while it lasts.” We educated our nemesis. We have had them crawling through the water systems in NY, trains have exploded, forests have burned, power grid shot up, and some of this was call for by radical clerics in the sandbox openly. IMHO these acts are probes to which we have responded usual. The FBI caught Nazi spies in WW2 with similar plans. Nuts don’t fall from the tree.

  • February 10, 2014 at 5:55pm

    Think bigger picture! We are infiltrated. Muslim(s) found near water plant(?)/in a water pipe. Ball bearing factory explodes. Forests ablaze. Some of these were targets of the Nazi spies caught in the US by the FBI and executed during WW2. WAKE…UP!

  • February 10, 2014 at 5:34pm

    Georgian historian Roy Aleksandrovich Medvedev estimated 20 million non-combatant murders, Alexander Nikolaevich Yakovlev estimated 35 million, I.G. Dyadkin estimated that the USSR suffered 56 to 62 million “unnatural deaths” during that period, with 34 to 49 million directly linked to Stalin. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, the literary giant who wrote harrowingly about the Soviet gulag system, claimed the true number of Stalin’s victims might have been as high as 60 million. British historian Norman Davies counted 50 million killed between 1924-53, excluding wartime casualties. 4 Russians and 1 Brit wrote on the subject.

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