User Profile: John 1776

John 1776

Member Since: August 31, 2010

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  • [8] February 28, 2015 at 10:18pm

    Some strange irony considering our administration has been trying to convert out country to be like Venezuela, something about their “Glorious Revolution” (?) Wasn’t that our FCC head at the time?
    Nothing to worry about on Net Neutrality, nothing to see, move along…

  • [47] February 28, 2015 at 9:43pm

    Unfortunately, the “Department of Injustice” will be the same without him. Obama will have a Holder clone or someone worse in there to do his bidding as he continues the “take-down” of American values.

  • [18] February 28, 2015 at 8:04pm

    Here we go again. They’ll throw everything up against the wall to see it any of it sticks. Much like the O’Reilly take-down where media-matters has all 45 employees parsing his entire history looking for something.
    Hope someone is doing the same with Clinton and Fauxahantiuos.

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  • [2] February 28, 2015 at 8:53am

    Still waiting for the media to run that footage of Obama telling Mitt that “the 80′s called, they want their foreign policy back.”
    ..and waiting…
    ..and waiting…
    ..and waiting……..

  • [73] February 27, 2015 at 11:39pm

    And that’s justice at 34 cents! Heck of a lot cheaper than the courts.

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  • [57] February 27, 2015 at 3:02pm

    “unless it is for the purpose of using the non-Muslims to accomplish the goals of Islam. It is not a sin if Muslims “make taqiyya” – use deception – to protect themselves or Islam.”
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    Well darn it! That explains the whole administration!

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  • [-2] February 27, 2015 at 2:55pm

    More and more I ted to agree. No peaceful retirement and growing old for me either.
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    As far as the porn goes, I never understood it. Sex is something that is experienced by two people and is more about touch, feel, and mental interaction. Watching it can kind of be gross. It’s as boring as watching a metal press stamp out metal plates. I feel sorry for those who are in the industry. Although it is usually by their consent, it just doesn’t look fun. (IMHO)

  • [64] February 27, 2015 at 1:59pm

    Scott Walker is my current choice. He has a proven record and has been vetted by an angry union that has tried to dig up ANYTHING they could use against him for years. I am praying we have this kind of candidate on the ticket.
    ….That being said, I am going to say something Glenn would not like:
    The horror I feel about people like Clinton and Warren being elected makes anyone a better choice. With a C or W in office, I would expect the conversion to Socialism would be complete. I would expect a full gun ban and with #2 down, the other 9 would fall fast. The future would be a starving world subjected to the eco-terrorists. Because of these and other factors, I would have to pull the “R” even if it was a Christy or (gag) a bush.

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  • [22] February 27, 2015 at 1:39pm

    It is worth noting that in the end that line was revised to speak to the needs of the one. The original line, I though about the socialistic aspect of it, but then after hearing the resolve, I realized it was actually speaking to how important the individual was. Fascinating.

    Rest in Peace Leonard, because your memory will indeed “Live long and prosper.”

  • [115] February 26, 2015 at 7:58pm

    We went into WWII flying canvas covered biplanes, we came out of it flying jet fighters. The technological advances made by the country when given the opportunity made 1941 to 1945 a revolution that changed the world…..

    … about the same amount of time the Obama administration has taken to create a non-functional website…

    I have no hair left to rip out….

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  • [19] February 26, 2015 at 3:17pm

    @ModerateRepublican,
    The other people that don’t like it are the content providers such as blogs and website owners. Sure, a company like Netflix loves the idea, but those who speak up are very frightened and with good reason. There is no reason that (much like TV and Radio) the FCC wouldn’t at some point require website providers to be licensed. And, no reason to believe that much like the IRS, some sites would find they could no obtain a license. With the government, you always have to look at where the future steps would lead.

  • [20] February 26, 2015 at 3:08pm

    “We will not monetize the debt.”
    I remember that one too! yea, what they say now.
    ______
    “assures the rights of Internet users to go where they want, when they want”
    But will what they want to go to still exist? No verbiage to protect the actual websites.

  • [73] February 26, 2015 at 2:40pm

    So, we know that more people are killed each year with a hammer than the total killed by rifles.
    That number is 400 to 500 if I remember correctly. Now, what part of that number are taken out by “green tip” ammo? 1?, 2?, 0?
    I would love to see that stats that require this action.

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  • [11] February 25, 2015 at 10:58pm

    Kind of feels like the Palin super-smear the press was doing in 08. They keep throwing things up there hoping that one might stick.

    O’Reilly can be a bit of a blow-hard, but I believe he is honest. (Think I said that on another thread recently.)

  • February 25, 2015 at 8:23pm

    You mean they don’t????
    I always had to earn my allowance. When did that change?

  • [8] February 25, 2015 at 8:22pm

    Yea, and I’ll leave my back door open as well so the crooks don’t have to go through the trouble of kicking it in to rob me.

  • [12] February 25, 2015 at 8:20pm

    The whole thing still just brings me to tears.

  • [7] February 25, 2015 at 3:13pm

    Trojan Horse. Only purpose is to get the door open to government regulation.
    The idea that the government is there to insure that everyone has equal access and will not be subjected to throttling by regulating ISP’s is a concept that includes dancing unicorns in the land of lollypops and rainbows.
    We already have a choice of ISP’s both land and satellite. There is no regional monopoly. The free market will encourage each to try to be better than the other.

  • [22] February 25, 2015 at 3:03pm

    If “net neutrality” was about net neutrality, that would be one thing. Everyone wants to have equal access without throttling.
    But……
    This is the application of a 1934 rule on something that was working pretty good. What could go wrong? Well, you’ve opened the door to an eternal accumulative regulating agency, the government.
    What I expect…?
    Maybe nothing right now, but I think the future will look dim. Not only from the viewpoint of free speech, but think for awhile….
    >Registrations (like your car registration) on each computer you own, along with the fee.
    >The “Information Superhighway” will become a toll road.
    >New fees and licenses for website owners.
    >The ability of the government to revoke that license.
    >The ability of the government to consider a site or user to be a “threat.”
    Starting to get the picture?

  • [48] February 25, 2015 at 9:26am

    This one has a much simpler solution. Ship the machine without the software. It’s just a mill. Then make the software available for download.

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