User Profile: JoeNY

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  • [1] September 24, 2014 at 9:36am

    Say representative- you like drinking, smoking, porn, etc? Why not allow everyone know your “legal interests”? We don’t care about your privacy either…..

    Maybe she should publicly disclose her income tax forms, she does work for the people.

  • [4] September 24, 2014 at 9:33am

    I was sexually harassed! Sounds like she attended defending yourself 101 class- lesson 1: blame others for your crimes.

  • [2] September 24, 2014 at 9:28am

    Undisclosed “sizable chunk” donated to her own organization. I endorse her freedom to spend her money any way she wants to. Hope she claimed it on her income taxes.

    I’m guessing “sizable” may equate to a fishing story- is bet about $200-250. Sizable sounds better face-wise than 1/5 to 1/4.

    If she really had problems with Limbaugh’s money, maybe she could have had someone else wait on him or refuse the tip entirely.

  • [5] August 26, 2014 at 11:00am

    CNN has no credibility with audio. They manipulated audio during the Trayvon case to get ratings (remember that, he said Ni$&@$, I heard it. Zimmerman is a racist).

    Not buying it for now.

  • [1] May 30, 2014 at 8:19am

    The trick to having “successful” press conferences is for the administration to serve the “complementary red Kool-Aid” about 20 minutes before the presentation.

  • May 15, 2014 at 9:24am

    Two things come to mind:

    1. Fast Times at Ridgemont High
    2. The Far Side’s take on natures methods of saying “dangerous”- He showed a guy in an innertube with a rocket launcher.

  • April 25, 2014 at 4:10pm

    It must be an election year- the rats, ear politicians, are scrambling for votes.

    My favorite comment, “… They are breaking the law, but it’s not a felony…it’s an act of love”- Jeb Bush

    My analysis is to call him out on the grounds of”BS”. Let’s say that Mr. Bush leaves his home and someone breaks in and steals some of his personal items. When the person is caught, they respond, “Hey, it’s not like its a felony crime and I just needed the money to feed my family.” Does ANYONE believe that Jeb would say, “Oh, I didn’t realize. Officer, release that man and drop the charges.” I think not.

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  • April 24, 2014 at 9:38am

    Looks a lot like on of those wire hung tracking cams to me. Did they use them??

  • April 4, 2014 at 12:04pm

    So we (feminists) are all inclusive, open minded, freedom loving people- right? Oh, you’re conservative, well then we don’t want you around. That’s about par for the course on college campus “rights” groups. Try it with a phone call on inclusiveness in campus “organizations”.

    Example, a long time ago when I was in college every ethnic group was pushing for equality through getting their own space/office on campus. Fine. The university actually built a student center for these various groups, but they didn’t allow white students into that student center as there were other gathering spaces on campus. This one is not for you….. Uh, inclusive place for open mindedness?

  • March 30, 2014 at 1:12pm

    This is a clear indication that we need common core. Let’s start with drawing a circle, from there we’ll draw bunches of balloons, naming each one the name of the state. Then we’ll draw gorilla holding the bunch of balloons, that’ll get the kids attention. Problem solved.

  • March 25, 2014 at 5:03pm

    With the national press this is getting, where are all of the press loving politicians that should be jumping in front of the cameras? No votes in it for them?

    How about a prtition for her clemency to the White House site? Get enough signatures to demand a comment

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  • March 25, 2014 at 9:54am

    Statement of the article: “While Robinson said the District has found cases of people being registered in two or more areas, she said there has never been evidence that they tried to vote more than once.”

    Never evidence that they tried to vote more than once- that’s not the point! The point, oh commissioner of voting or whatever you want to call yourself, is that the pool is tainted! Bet you she was elected or appointed by her peers.

  • March 25, 2014 at 9:29am

    My son came home with problems like these and used the line method.

    After a few MONTHS the teacher showed him the “American stack” method, which he fell in love with and uses constantly now as it’s “clearer” and “easier” than the other methods they’ve been using. The American Stack method is 456-111=345 (one number over the other getting you the answer). Wow, what a progressive world! What will they think of next, “American Slide” reading(start at the left side and read towards the right)!?!?!?!?

  • March 17, 2014 at 10:58am

    Imagine if this was the proving ground test by the developer of a cloaking device and a government wanting a cloaked large deployment device.

    One thing Glenn said struck a cord- You can repaint and re-assign a plane. All you’d need to do is make someone believe that you are a legitimate flight going though an airspace and get there, right? There are thousands of flights a day How much oversight is there? I’m sure that I’m naïve but it would appear that there is some opportunity there.

    Worst scenario-you’ve got a 7 hour flight capable plane that you can modify (more fuel storage, in-flight refill, large payload, etc.) and you can make it look like any other commercial plane in those airspaces. Just imagine the prospects, yikes.

  • March 17, 2014 at 10:46am

    I’m afraid that I can’t pass up that creepy feeling too. Just using the Iranian vow to kill the US, in this action they would get a 777, a flight crew(assuming radical pilot and co-pilot + 2 w/ fake passports), 30+ passengers with air/space cloaking technology backgrounds, and a test flight to show some kind of ability to disappear.

    If you consider that the plane can be repainted/modified/re-assigned then it’s a rogue that can get pretty much anywhere. Sure you need a big airfield to take off from, but it can fly 7 hours, so it’s range is huge. If you could make one refueling stop under another company’s name, then you could get to 10, 12+ hours in the air. Yikes.

    Again, sadly I can’t stop thinking that it’s the idea deployment device for a country without a system to deliver a big munition somewhere. Your EMP thought makes me shudder. We’ve got no plane, no route, no crash site or debris, a bunch of missing people, and a potential big problem.

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  • February 27, 2014 at 10:05am

    Actually, Lt. Eric Cooke is named at the bottom of the document. You could call the Special Licensing Dept. and ask for him.

  • February 27, 2014 at 10:02am

    PLEASE REMEMBER THIS: These letters only went out to the people ATTEMPTING to register their firearms and mags- NOT those whom didn’t.

    This matters because a report came out last week claiming that only 20-30,000 firearms were registered out of an estimated 200-350,000 in the state! SO, only those trying to abide by the law will have to get rid of their firearms via a paperwork issue- those whom didn’t file paperwork at all are similarly violating the law but they aren’t even on the radar.

    What a mess.

  • September 11, 2012 at 8:55pm

    Riddle me this Gutierrez- If 50+% of Portland kids get school lunch assistance, and it’s PB&J not torta, is that racist too?

    Check this out:

    According to the food bank alliance Feeding America’s new “Map the Meal Gap,” based on U.S. Department of Agriculture findings, 29.2 percent of Oregon kids are food-insecure — the bureaucratically cleared term meaning they’re not always sure where their next meal is coming from. It’s the highest percentage of any state.

    For most of Oregon’s counties, the statistic is even higher, with 23 counties topping 30 percent, led by Crook at 38.2 percent. The number fits with Thursday’s news from the U.S. Census Bureau that Oregon now has the nation’s highest proportion of its citizens on food stamps, nosing out places such as Tennessee, Mississippi and West Virginia.

    I’d say PB&J would probably sound good to many of these people.

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  • July 13, 2012 at 7:29am

    Please remember that the first time President Obama was elected he used Madison Avenue to get him there (along with Hollywood). That is, he’s got the people whom convince us to buy things every day developing advertisements to “buy” into him. He’s got some of the finest PR firms, advertising companies, and studios promoting him. So, it shouldn’t be surprising that they will go back to their roots (Cuba, etc.) for inspiration to get him re-elected. Oh, and it’s going to be flashy, worker related advertising this time- expect to see Russian-based themes as well.

    I wish Romney had said this to the NAACP, “Ever see a great commercial for a movie, then go to see it and are disappointed? You know, they showed you the 6 good jokes in the ad and the rest is just a pulp piece? Well, that’s the ticket you bought in Barack Obama in 2008- His promises were so inspirational that he won the Nobel Peace Prize for being in office two weeks. Unfortuately as you’ve seen under him poverty is growing, unemployment is growing, education is suffering, debt is rising, dependency on government is growing, the wars go on and we are using drones around the world and against our own citizens, immigration has gone nowhere and racial ties are weaker. He simply hasn’t turned into the leader we needed and hoped for- he’s dividing us, not unifying us. We all want a better America, but we can’t do that with him. It’s time for a change. Vote for me and let’s get this done together.”

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  • July 13, 2012 at 7:10am

    Quite to the contrary, the program was a great success. All of the President’s donors got 100-1,000x their contribution to his campaign, it lead to the successful “green jobs” campaign- which lead to the villification of our energy system, additional regulations, the shuttingdown of a good part of our existing energy infrustructure, the condemning of new energy infrustructural development (other than “green”), and further dependency of the American people on the federal government. It was a smashing success.

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