User Profile: investlite

investlite

Member Since: November 01, 2011

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  • December 18, 2013 at 2:09pm

    No, it’s freedom OF religion. Not from religion. Read the first amendment.

  • January 16, 2013 at 2:08am

    Glenn, when is the time for more than being passive aggressive? I’m with you, violence should be the last resort, however it can’t come after the school bully kicks your a$ $ and you’re toothless, broken, and hospitalized. I’ve always liked beck, but lately I’m beginning to think he’s an NWO stooge put in place to keep us from an actual revolution.

    He shot down secession, which could have been peaceful. Now he’s shooting down any retribution for infringing on our rights. Our last chance at a peaceful revolution passed in november. There aren’t enough of us to defeat the fraud/welfare bums in an election, hence the status quo. Why would washington listen to us when they can do some polls and claim a majority wanted it, then steal their way through their next election like they did this time?

    We’ve let them limit speech, arms, freedom of religion, and steal elections. When does justice deserve to be served

    I’m asking because I don’t know the answer: Just where is the line in the sand?

  • December 11, 2012 at 8:16pm

    Yep, freedom vs fascism wasn’t solved by violence… oh wait, yeah it was. Freedom vs. communism wasn’t solved by a fight… oh wait, yeah it was. Freedom vs. slavery wasn’t solved with a fight… oh wait, yeah it was… Freedom vs. socialism will soon be solved by a fight as well, this suckerpunch was just one of the opening blows.

  • November 19, 2012 at 7:58pm

    You don’t win a battle (or war) by dying for your country, you win it by making the other ba$t@rd die for theirs.
    -George Patton

    I love when fools bring up the death toll is uneven, lord forbid israel win. You anti-israel folks disgust me.

    PS, Terrorists are not part of a military, they are CIVILIAN militants.

  • November 13, 2012 at 8:11pm

    TO ALL OF THE ID I O-T S THAT VOTED 3RD PARTY:

    I commend you on your ‘principled’ stand. In doing so, you ensured the suffering of this nation. Would you like to know why you should have voted for the lesser of two evils? Well, I guess I can oblige.

    You don’t go from a non-drug user to opium addict overnight (in fact, we’re still transitioning). Similarly, you don’t go from opium addict to clean overnight. In fact, if you did this you’d become incredibly ill and, in the extreme cases, you may even die.

    Our nation did not go from a constitutional republic to a socialist dictatorship overnight. Similarly, we will not go from a socialist dictatorship back to a constitutional republic overnight. If we did, there would be people dying in the streets, widespread crime, and all sorts of awful products being propagated. At which point we would relapse (Read plato’s republic, book viii, the part about tyrants).

    So because of your unwillingness to realize the safe, effective way of quitting socialism, we are stuck with it for four more years, at which point it will only become harder to quit and you still won’t be able to quit cold turkey.

    Good for you, you principled id i o-t

  • November 6, 2012 at 2:35pm

    I love it, early leaking of exit polls showing 99% of reps supporting Romney but only 93% of Dems supporting Obama. Go Gary, take those votes from obama!

  • October 24, 2012 at 1:17pm

    From the article:
    “If you did tell the truth then, are you telling the truth now, Mr. Romney? Or did you lie on the stand then about Staples and are now touting it’s great value as your “proudest achievement”. which is it Mr. Romney, Mr. Stemberg? You can’t have it both ways.”

    LMAO! Libs are so stupid and decietful. Companies GROW. this is a false dichotomy to the fullest extent, It is very much possible to ‘have it both ways’ since a company can be overvalued one year and undervalued the next depending on all sorts of internal/external variables and market conditions.

    To put it in terms idiot libs may possibly be able to understand (not crossing my fingers), in january of 2011 many considered aapl stock ‘overvalued’ at $310/share. That didn’t stop it from hitting $705/share a year and a half later. Were they being decietful by saying it was overvalued? No, the company had not proven it’s value at that point in time. That’s not to say it should be bankrupt, but rather that the valuation was too high for the current standing in the market.

    (I don’t want to look up historical market caps or compute them myself so price/share will have to suffice)

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  • October 9, 2012 at 11:54am

    or full coverage insurance.

  • October 9, 2012 at 9:57am

    I just want to know if a woman can sue to condom maker for ‘rape’? Or if the bank can sue the company that makes ski masks if one is used in a bank heist?

  • September 25, 2012 at 2:40pm

    Amen to that. With all of their brilliance, they can’t see what’s going to happen. LMAO

  • September 24, 2012 at 2:52pm

    A2A –
    Joseph smith founded the LDS church prior to becoming a free mason. He joined the free masons in hope that it would lessen persecution of the churches members. HE WAS NEVER AN ACTIVE MEMBER. Nor was he high up in masonry.

    George washington – Freemason
    Benjamin Franklin – Freemason
    John Hancock – Freemason
    James Madison – Freemason

    10 of the signers of the declaration of Independence were masons. I guess America was founded by evil Zionist Jews too huh?

  • September 18, 2012 at 9:44am

    I have to laugh at the comments here and on cnn to the effect of ‘Romney called me lazy, I’m going to vote obama then.’

    Do they not realize they’re reinforcing his point.

  • August 30, 2012 at 11:22am

    JRook(ie)
    Your point is absolutely stupid. You say that the policies that have been tried and failed are ones that involves running up the debt 10T in 18 years, if that is the measure then by his own definition Obama is a failure because he’s run up 5T in 4 years and run a deficit above a trillion the whole time. You can’t just state facts and think that means your point of view is correct, the facts have to ACTUALLY support your point of view.

  • August 29, 2012 at 10:31pm

    If all of those folks will be voting for Ron Paul, then why in the world didn’t they show up in the primaries? My guess is that you have about 1-3% of each of those and claim the whole block, actually that’s not a guess, it’s the truth because if you had those all of those groups you’d win the election.

  • August 29, 2012 at 4:51pm

    Well, if youre willing to settle for a $200 instead of a $700 phone, android makes some pretty good low end smart phones.

  • August 29, 2012 at 4:50pm

    I just love that lefty’s love apple and are pro profit sharing, meanwhile apple rapes them and keeps all of its profits. The irony always makes me smile.

  • August 29, 2012 at 4:43pm

    The iphone most certainly has a GPS chip

  • August 29, 2012 at 4:38pm

    Just my observation/Analysis of these comments:
    First, I was a huge BB loyalist up until 2010 when I got my first android. I ‘knew’ how great BB was, and how much better than IOS and Android it was (lol). I was on the crackberry forums all of the time, discussing new models and the cell phone market. Now realize that I was a fan through BB going from a 30%+ market share down to around 20% (since, they’ve gotten even worse).

    The arguments I’m seeing made for the Iphone are the exact arguments I saw for blackberry as it started its descent. The ‘longer battery life’ and the ‘I don’t need a bigger screen’ and basically every other argument for iphone that is in the comments is the same crap that people were arguing about on crackberry. We all know how that turned out…

    The Google vs Apple fate has already been decided. It’s the same as Microsoft vs Apple. Open vs. Closed. We want open software/hardware. We like choices and different models.

  • August 7, 2012 at 1:39pm

    What either cathy or the amazon founder do with their money is none of my concern. Their companies employ thousands of people with diverse view points. When there is an equivalent to amazon (in price and services) then I’ll start picking and choosing based on their chief officers. Until then, they provide a service that I’d have to use 3-4 to make up the difference. I’m not letting someone’s viewpoint add that much more headache to my life.

    Another thing to consider; do you think if 10,000 people stopped shopping on amazon that he’d take a cut in pay? or would he just remove a few employees who would have serviced those 10,000?

  • August 1, 2012 at 11:43am

    Hmmmm…. If you can ban a business based on a person’s views, then does that mean we can pull all GE garbage from our local stores because of their communist discrimination.

    Simple logic:
    If people have the power to ban people with opinions that are anti-gays
    Then people have the power to ban people with opinions that are pro-gays

    If we banned or boycotted every company whose owner did not agree with our views, we would have nothing.

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