User Profile: jhrusky


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  • [-1] July 18, 2014 at 5:14pm

    I wish I knew the truth better as there is so very much propeganda out there…

    Does anyone know the truth of this simplistic video without ideological strings attached?

  • [15] July 18, 2014 at 2:40pm

    I find it quite interesting that such a liberal place like Starbucks don’t want visible tattoos on employees. I agree with them in this and I will not hire people with visible tattoos on hands and wrists and FACE … it’s not against anyone wanting to look like a billboard — it’s about what the general public want and do not want to see.

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  • [31] July 17, 2014 at 12:55pm

    I thought we were told back during the TWA800 disaster that a SAM could not take down an airliner at that height.

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  • July 17, 2014 at 11:19am

    Exactly. The operative word here is “MIGHT”. Unfortunately most here are ASSuming they are illegals when the story does not state they are or are not. He may be LEGALLY here as well. He may be just down on his luck, he thought he could work and raise his kids in Arizona and couldn’t or any myriad of things.

    I don’t know whom is worse, actually … illegals that do try to get across our border simply to want a half-way decent life for their family, or the cold-hearted who post here who have no humanity left in them for anyone, especially children.

  • July 17, 2014 at 11:15am

    “these types”? What types are those, @hauschild? Fathers? Kids? Anyone except white, middle-class Americans?

  • [4] July 17, 2014 at 10:44am

    These jet contrails are somehow different than they were 30 years ago. It could be different fuel additives, or it could be geoengineering. As a child and young adult, I very much remember deep blue skies much of the time here in the midwest. Today a deep blue sky is rare — it seems more often than not the skies are gray and slightly blue. Something changed.

    Now, I’m sure there will be some number of people here who do not believe some arm of our government would be involved in geoengineering. But there sure are a lot of ongoing patents on a procedure that is ‘not happening’ …

  • [2] July 17, 2014 at 10:28am

    What in this story tells you he is an illegal?
    What in this story tells you he expects free stuff from the government?
    What in this story tells you why he has 7 kids?

    Not a single one of those items are answered, yet you are all quick to jump on this person and want to deport him. How about the obvious hunger those kids had? You have no caring left in you for them?

    Should he learn better English? Certainly. Perhaps he is learning. Perhaps he has a ‘green card’. The story does not tell this. It does say they had housing options for the week but just not this one night. Why did the father drive the kids to Arizona? Did he think there was work there? Was he trying to earn a living so he could feed his kids? Too many things left unanswered here yet you all pounce like hungry dogs on an unsuspecting rabbit.

    I do believe many of you would go back to lynching if you thought you could get away with it … lynching for anything you felt was wrong without any due process whatsoever. A sad example of what some Americans have become.

  • July 16, 2014 at 10:45pm

    I don’t know that a 1% use tax would cover necessary expenses of the Federal Government but if it would, I’m 100% on board … sure beats the crazy 30+% rate I pay not to mention all the hidden taxes we all pay.

  • July 16, 2014 at 10:43pm


    Thank you, and I wish you the best as well.

    My understanding from people who are very close to there is that at least 30% of those crossing are small, unaccompanied children. Perhaps the truth is somewhere in between your 18% understanding and my 30% understanding. Either way, console these young children as they have done nothing wrong because to do wrong your heart must be intent on doing something wrong. If you do not understand, you did no wrong.

    We MUST secure our border because you are correct, we are losing more and more each year with increases in taxes and more to pay for ‘stuff’ for those unwilling to work for it. I am all for helping those in need. I am not for helping those capable of helping themselves.

    Someone bad better organize the conservatives in a way that they can work together instead of trying to wrestle power and perceived power away from each other and they had better do this rapidly else it will be too late. That is the problem with the conservative side — everyone wants to be the leader and not enough want to be followers. The liberals are mostly followers so they band together and get things done, not worrying if the one they are following is going to be one step ahead of them in popularity. That’s how they get things done. Conservatives need to learn from this.

  • [2] July 16, 2014 at 5:02pm


    You are simply wrong. Glenn Beck is giving aid and comfort to small children. They are not going to be old enough to vote. They will not even be able to be coerced into getting into a voting booth to illegally vote. Your claims are irrational.

    While I don’t know anything about you other than you seem to make claims for everyone but your self (the rich as well as the poor), I do know that you seem to not want small children at the border comforted and that is a sad example of humanity. As much flak as I’ve taken over there, I am NOT for amnesty for illegal aliens nor am I for allowing criminals and gang bangers into our country whatsoever. I AM for assisting the too young to take care of themselves, and offering them comfort when we can. I do not believe doing so causes more illegal immigration. Everyone is jumping on these immigrants as the problem when all they are is the result of terrible government policies and power-hungry idiots playing politics with these unfortunate human beings. What everyone here should be addressing is to make very vocal and very noticeable demands upon those in government to seal the border. Nothing more, nothing less. That one act will solve 99% of all future border problems. Yet these poor children are easier targets so people would rather go after them. That’s not humane, it’s not Godly, and it’s not even rational.

  • [-4] July 16, 2014 at 4:01pm


    Ah, the ‘poor me’ syndrome.

    “Glenn Beck has resources that protect him from ruination, and so does Ted Nugent for that matter. The poor have complete benefits to protect them from ruination also. That is not so for those of us in between”

    Glenn can lose his audience and his network. He may define that as ‘ruination’. The poor could lose benefits they currently get. They may define that as ‘ruination’. You, of course, could lose your ‘class’. You define that as ‘ruination’. What makes your ruination worse than anyone else’s? If Glenn loses his millions, would that not be devastating? The poor already have pretty much nothing … is not that devastating? If you lose your class level, would not the same benefits you say the poor have been afforded you as well, thereby according to your own statement you’d have ‘complete benefits to protect you from ruination also’?

    The blatant truth of hypocrisy sometimes cuts like a knife, does it not?

  • [3] July 16, 2014 at 3:13pm

    I like her idea of everyone paying the same tax rates … what I’m not convinced of is that the alleged ‘loopholes’ are allowing millionaires and billionaires to pay a LESSER tax rate on personal income than the average middle-class person.

    I think a preferred method would be a flat tax, or even a use tax.

    As to student loans, I believe there are differing rules for those than a convention loan in that interest is deferred on a student loan while the person is in school until 6 months after they get out. If that is the way they work, then there needs to be interest accruing on those loans while they’re not being paid back in order to be fair to the lender.

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  • [-4] July 16, 2014 at 2:16pm


    “… but what about the hungry homeless Americans here already.”

    I’m sure you’re the same way towards them … ‘These people are not my problem and I will fight to make sure my family and this country are priority 1 before them. ‘

    You’re so Jesus-like.

  • [2] July 16, 2014 at 1:48pm


    If you believe like @ironpatriot1993 does that the people on the border are vermin, you are not a thinker … you’re a blind follower hater and nothing else. Certainly there are SOME vermin coming in. But to label children with that label is wrong.

    When did compassion die here? When did you all turn against a child simply because they’re not an American child? I am not, nor are most, saying to leave them here. I AM saying to ensure they are not hungry, give them something to smile about, try to wipe away are tear or two, and then reunite them with their parents.

    I’ve also stated quite plainly that we MUST demand that the National Guard be called up to secure the border else this is just going to continue. I’m all for sensible border patrols and to ensure we know whom and what is coming into our country. But I will never become the cold-hearted crew that seems to thrive here not giving a rat’s arse about children of any country. We have always been a people that were happy to help others that are in dire straits by no fault of their own. It certainly is not these children’s fault that they have been put on a train to come up here.

    I guess I just don’t understand the truly heartless comments. It’s shameful that an American would be this cold and cruel toward anyone but their own.

  • [7] July 16, 2014 at 1:40pm

    You are calling children ‘vermin’. If you think that, you are a pathetic piece of crap. If you don’t really think that, but say it for ‘attention’, you are still a pathetic piece of crap.

    Many of those children are simply children and do not understand it is wrong to illegally enter our country. They are scared and doing what they were told to do. To call them ‘vermin’ certainly shows what you are.

  • [1] July 16, 2014 at 1:25pm

    I’m amazed … Ted agrees and we don’t have the haters here all of a sudden like we did when Glenn said we needed to feed them and then send them back.

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  • July 16, 2014 at 10:33am


    Just curious … while I agree that the establishment Rs are, for the most part, just as crooked as the Ds, how do you propose we avoid even worse policies in our country? The Tea Party cannot win an presidential election, YET. Until they can, do you not feel it better to have an R majority in the Senate than a D majority? If we have another 2 years of Ds there, do we even get a 2016 election?

    I like the Tea party more than the Rs quite a bit … I also like the Libertarian party. Yet I do not believe either can win an election just yet … and I fear that if the Ds get control one more term, we are F’ed. I do not like voting for the lesser of 2 evils, but I think our hand is being forced right now. Get a few more T and L party people in congress … the war is one slowly and one battle at a time. If you have been paying attention, that is exactly how these progressives have done it over the course of decades. … and it has been VERY effective.

    ‘You don’t have to like it in order to learn from it.

  • [2] July 16, 2014 at 10:27am

    None of the corruption and idiocy of the Ds and Rs will end no matter who you run against them until election reform is put into place. When you allow rich individuals (Soros) and wealthy corporations (Monsanto) to donate money and buy candidates, you will have crooked, unfair elections. The ONLY way to fix this mess that is squeezing us all to death is to have EQUAL amounts of money in each candidate’s coffers so no one has a monetary advantage. A level playing field is what we need so the ideas are what wins and not deep pockets (which is what happens today).

    Term Limits, Equal air time, Equal campaign funding, No PACs, No sweetheart deals after getting out of office with any corporation, and more. It’ll take some planning, but it’s the only way we get rid of most of the corruption.

  • July 15, 2014 at 7:27pm


    Sounds quite a bit like jealousy to me.

  • [1] July 15, 2014 at 2:22pm

    @ jells12

    Exactly. It’s astonishing reading the heartless comments here. America has lost her humanity. While I pray she does, I doubt she can get it back.

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