User Profile: jhontomsen

Member Since: November 07, 2012


  • February 4, 2013 at 5:18pm

    AshestoAshes: you wrote: .Ron Paul did not tweet that..and by the way..Ron Paul was the only Christian running..he was the only one who had proven morality..He believed in every persons right to choose the best course for our founding fathers did..

    So I guess that means you must believe in a women’s right to choose….. Welcome to the “Pro choice” cause….

  • December 7, 2012 at 3:31am


    Not sure of the validity of your argument, but the number of military bases is split pretty evenly between the taker and non taker states.. 71 military bases in the green states and 76 in the red states…

  • December 6, 2012 at 8:25pm

    this is patently untrue… 17 states pay more in federal taxes than they receive back.. 16 of those voted for Obama… It’s the republican states which are the takers…

  • December 6, 2012 at 8:05pm

    Okay, so Texas and all the other republican states leave the union… just think how much more solvent the US would become… with the exception of Texas every one of those other green states (you know, the ones paying more into the federal gov’t than they receive back) are democratic strongholds…according to the map, 17 states pay more in than they get back… 16 of those states voted democratic and have the great majority of the US population…. maybe texas can take all those red republican states that are on the gov’t and support all of them, just like all us democratic states have been doing……. see how that all works out for you…

  • December 6, 2012 at 7:50pm

    Anyone notice anything about all those “supposed” taker states on the federal dole.. with the exception of texas (and I’m not sure that’s correct)
    Washington State
    New York
    New Jersey
    New Hampshire
    Rhode Island

    It happens that all those states which give more to the federal gov’t are democratic states.. All those states which take more from the federal gov’t are BRIGHT RED REPUBLICAN states…

    Oh the irony….

  • November 24, 2012 at 12:10pm

    It seems to be a common belief (forgive me for generalizing, but particularly in the USA where it has become a political issue) that there is no scientific consensus on the subject of climate change.
    This is unequivocally not true. There is debate about how fast the climate is changing, there is debate about how it is changing and how it will change, there is debate about how this will affect the Earth’s ecosystems and there is debate about how *much* of it is caused by human beings.
    There is almost complete consensus in the scientific community that the climate is changing, and that at least part of that is anthropogenic.
    These numbers are from Dr. James Powell. In his own words, he “searched the Web of Science, an online science publication tool, for peer-reviewed scientific articles published between January first 1991 and November 9th 2012 that have the keyword phrases “global warming” or “global climate change.” The search produced 13,950 articles peer reviewed articles. Of those 13,950 articles, 24 reject global warming….
    You can read his full article, references and methodology here:

  • November 11, 2012 at 11:17am

    It’s Veteran’s Day… no stories about Veteran’s day on the front cover of the Blaze… two on Huffington Post….

  • November 11, 2012 at 11:04am


    Please name a county in which there was more than 100% turnout.. If you’re trying Alan West’s county, you’ll see that there was 71% voter turnout. What came in at 141% is the number of ballot cards submitted… meaning that the ballot was two pages long…

  • November 10, 2012 at 5:07pm

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  • November 7, 2012 at 6:02pm


    I think that moving to Canada is a great idea for you. I hear their nationalized medical program works really well and if you and your partner want to get married, same sex marriage is legal throughout all of Canada. Oh and by the way, 66% believe marijuana should be legal (2012 Forum Research Poll).