User Profile: Jaycen

Jaycen

Member Since: September 09, 2010

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  • August 19, 2014 at 10:50pm

    Anti-American mother supports her anti-American son. Condolences? Nah.

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  • [31] August 19, 2014 at 7:20pm

    Exactly.

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  • [4] August 12, 2014 at 12:02pm

    Of course the statist thinks that consumption creates jobs. No, production creates jobs. Consumption always follows production, and it always will.

    You think people walk around saying, “God, I wish I had a mini cassette player!” and then someone goes out and invents one? Nonsense.

    Some guy noticed that people love music, and would probably love having their own personal, portable source for music and they invented the thing to make that happen. Only after it was created could there be a demand for it.

    This is why entrepreneurship is hard. You have to guess at what will be a good product that the market will accept.

    Central planning will always be a loser, JRook. The Nazis were wrong, buddy.

  • [6] August 12, 2014 at 9:19am

    Imagine being treated like an adult?

  • [21] August 12, 2014 at 9:17am

    Yeah, it’s amazing the Dad wants government regulation of something his daughter needs that SHOULDN’T exist due to government regulation!

    Good lord!

  • [3] August 6, 2014 at 10:15pm

    0bama said it, therefore it must be true. He is NOT a Hamas sympathizer, see?

    Now the debate is settled.

  • [2] August 5, 2014 at 12:32pm

    Hamas rockets are falling on Palestinian suburbs and she’s OKIE DOKIE with it. Why should she care more about the people she wants to force into submission?

  • [6] August 5, 2014 at 12:11pm

    @woodyee

    You’re taking Mojo-Man’s words wrong. Mojo-Man is a Stalinist. His initial response was based on moral relativity.

    You see, to the Mojo-Mans of the world, Christianity is just as good/bad as Islam. That some Christians did bad things in the name of Christ means all Christians are doing bad things in the name of Christ. To him there is no difference between Islam and Christianity, because there is no objective right or wrong, good or bad, much less truth.

    You’ll never convince him, because his ideology allows him to wallow in intellectual laziness. If there’s no such thing as morality (all morality is equal), then he never has to consider the consequences of his actions.

    This is how he likes to go through life. It’s much easier than trying to be “a good person”, which is simple to dismiss as a giant waste of time and energy. Don’t trip on it, Woodyee.

  • [14] August 4, 2014 at 5:12pm

    You hit it on the head, East.

    When I hear “$10 billion in emergency funding” I know that money will never be used to help veterans.

    $10 billion in tax payer dollars is going to pay the bonuses for VA administrators, the salaries of contractors related to the spending bill’s co-sponsors, and Obama campaign bundlers.

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  • August 4, 2014 at 12:38pm

    @witnesstothecarnage

    With no more knowledge than firydeth, Denisa decided to weigh in support of Young. Based on the information we have (not what we might assume), Young is a bully. Denisa is supporting a bully.

    You then leap to Denisa’s defense. Again, based only on the information we have – oh, and your assumptions. Smart thinking.

  • August 4, 2014 at 12:35pm

    I agree that it’s fair to want to see how this started. If the staffer reached out to touch Don Young, then Young’s response was fair and proportional. I noticed the clip only starts as Young is twisting the staffer’s arm.

    However, if Don Reached out for the staffer’s arm, then clearly Don Young is a bully who’s guilty of battery. You cannot, however, leap to a logical conclusion based on the face of the staffer. You have no idea what was going through that man’s mind.

  • August 4, 2014 at 12:32pm

    @AuldGuy

    Another entitled man-child. How old are you? Certainly old enough to have known better. Good lord!

  • August 4, 2014 at 12:31pm

    Regardless of Verycobaltviolet’s straw man logical fallacy and ad hominem against GW, who cares? GW is just a less radical version of Barack Obama.

    Just roll your eyes and move on. Posts like this are meant to get you frothing at the mouth and then defending a man who helped strip us of our God-given freedoms.

  • August 4, 2014 at 12:22pm

    @mexicanbigdog

    Because that would have been completely irrelevant to this story, that’s why. Oh yeah, and Don Young would be a Republican with a similar mind set to Obama, but who cares about the other scum bags of the world when you’ve got one convenient punching bag you can use all day long?

    Intellectually lazy? Sure, but it’s TheBlaze so how’s that different from any other day?

  • August 4, 2014 at 12:16pm

    @GrasshopperQ

    Agreed. The saddest thing is it’s mostly long-time Blazers making those comments. I can’t tell if they couldn’t be bothered to read the article or if so many of them have become knee-jerk trained parrots – “BRAWK! Democrats are stupid. BRAWK!”

    The confrontation doesn’t show what happens just before Young twists the staffer’s arm, so maybe the staffer reached out to grab Young. If that’s the case, the arm twist would be defensive and proportionate. If not, Young should have been charged with battery.

    To those Blaze regulars who wait for each new article to post so they can rush to the comments section to post “Barrak Obama Sux!” – please get a life. The whole country knows he sucks already. So many of you have nothing original or interesting to say you’ve pretty much just started chatting directly with other commentators. It’s moronic.

    Try educating yourself on history, the Constitution, economics, or history. You’re already on the internet, so the searches are only a few mouse-clicks away. It WILL require a little extra effort on your part, as the internet doesn’t post each article for you on a single web site. I’m sorry for that.

    In any case, it’d be a real joy to read something intelligent from many of you instead of the usual “Hey User1, why haven’t you posted something stupid and snarky in a couple days?” “Well, User2, you know I’m on the verge of being a total shut-in.”

    Sincerely,

    Me

  • [43] July 30, 2014 at 5:38pm

    Cruz is a very sharp cat. I really like him, so far. He’s articulate and knowledgeable about the Constitution and law in ways so many other Republican figures haven’t been.

    This man is a leader.

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  • [2] July 30, 2014 at 5:35pm

    Yeah, you should have said “All y’all need to leave us alone.”

    That would have been Southern.

  • [1] July 30, 2014 at 5:23pm

    @LibertarianSocialist

    You have attacked rational thinking within this very thread. You have failed to point out Ham’s irrational thinking, instead choosing to attack Christians in general in your comments.

    Listen, I think Ham’s a bit of a dolt. I could pick apart his words, but I came to this article more to learn about the “atheist TV network”, and Ham was just an another unpleasant portion of the story.

    Had you stuck to picking apart Ham’s illogical points, I would be supporting you. I’d even stand with you against people here who would attempt to assail your arguments. You haven’t done that, though, preferring to denigrate all believers, instead.

    Cheers.

  • [2] July 30, 2014 at 5:16pm

    Socialism is a statist belief system. You are not an anarchist. It’s like the libertarians who call themselves “anarcho-capitalists”. They also aren’t capitalists.

    Why am I sensitive? You made statements irrelevant to the discussion and I asked for clarification. Usually those kinds of statements are a form of ad hominem, and I suggested this might be your tactic. That’s simple perception.

  • [1] July 30, 2014 at 5:12pm

    Buddy, if you think Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory is the same as “facts”, there’s no way anyone can have a logical discussion with you.

    Also, if you think there’s anything “random” about transistors, lasers, thermometers or printed circuits, you’re woefully miss-educated. If there was anything random about those items they’d fail to work properly often enough to be useful in any meaningful way.

    The universe is in no way random, not even a little bit. Even random number generators aren’t random. Ever notice your iPod tends to play the same songs in the same sequence even though it’s set to shuffle? Until you re-shuffle your play list, but then you again get the same sequence.

    If the components used to build the iPod were so random in nature (which they aren’t, or the iPod wouldn’t function) you’d get a better result from your shuffle software. Dude, it’s literally possible to calculate the number of electrons that will whiz past a specific component at any given period of time. If the number were random, it would have been impossible to create the mathematical formula in the first place, much less to be able to build anything that would function.

    Who in the world up-voted such a silly comment?

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