User Profile: JokerWatcher


Member Since: April 03, 2011

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  • March 30, 2014 at 11:15am

    ‘snakes’ are a pretty apt description of democrats for me

  • March 23, 2014 at 10:55pm

    it is just wonderful to be back in Oregon, and over the last 15 months we’ve traveled to every corner of the United States. I’ve now been in fifty …. seven states? I think one left to go. One left to go. Alaska and Hawaii, I was not allowed to go to even though I really wanted to visit but my staff would not justify it.”

    57 +1 +2 = 60 (the guy’s an id iot)

  • February 21, 2014 at 9:58am

    They’ll all look like him

  • February 15, 2014 at 1:12pm

    every year some clown from Detroit sucks the media in on how Detroit has a plan for re-emergence, it’s coming back; every year.
    Fact is Detroit is NEVER coming back; it’s going to get even worse. You live there? get out.
    Detroit still has unions and union mentality.
    Detroit still has minority welfare and endemic laziness.
    Detroit still votes for democrats.
    Detroit still has systemic political corruption.
    And the most egregious thing Detroit has is utter ignorance of the populace. It wears all this like a badge.
    A city running on utter ignorance is never coming back, not ever.
    You live in Detroit? Get out.

  • August 2, 2013 at 9:22am

    “We [Palestinians] were here before you.”
    Yeah, like a tribe of Brooklyn-ites possessed the land before there was the name ‘Brooklyn’. In fact, before Columbus set sail, ‘Brooklyn’ was.
    That’s rich.
    “I was here before you”… What is the guy, 4500 years old?

  • April 27, 2013 at 5:08am

    Hey Chris,
    Study up on how to survive after being fired from msnbc. Contact Donahue, Olbermann, Schultz, et al, for the manual.
    But don’t expect a miracle judging from their collective ‘comebacks’.

  • April 22, 2013 at 3:16pm

    Car 54 wherrre aaare youuuu?….

  • April 19, 2013 at 5:07pm

    The state Representative makes a good point. Too bad he bent over and apologized.
    So all the outraged liberals who posted on this story think no liberal parent in the lockdown zone was wishing he had a gun, any gun, to afford some measure of protection for his family? You believe that? or at least you don’t want it stated out loud.
    Well, count all yourselves quintessential liberal- PC, and quite delusional.
    And know this, the world is progressively going mad and one day the madness will knock at your door,..what are you personally going to do to prepare for that? Nothing? just leave your family to the wolves in the noble cause of being PC?

  • April 19, 2013 at 9:30am

    Hey racist Ms Wright- Looks like your glee at whteys dying may have cost you your job. Your employer is certainly wasting no time scrubbing your name and credentials from the Org chart.
    Not a good economic climate to be throwing a gov’t job away because you just couldn’t contain yourself, but hey, liberals never have been known for being all that swift upstairs.

  • April 19, 2013 at 1:24am

    taggants on pressure cookers, taggants on pressure cookers, taggants on pressure cookers;
    taggants on back packs, taggants on back packs, taggants on back packs;
    taggants on nails, taggants on nails, taggants on nails;
    taggants on fertilizer, taggants on fertilizer, taggants on fertilizer;
    taggants on visitors to Boston, taggants on visitors to Boston, taggants on visitors to Boston;
    If you oppose any of this, you’re for bombers going free

  • April 18, 2013 at 7:06pm

    What’s with this exercise in futility of presenting a point based in reason, when the other person is a liberal? For Heaven’s sake man, a liberal is incapable of seeing or even processing reason; they’re simply not wired that way, anymore than a donkey is wired in reason. Liberals honestly have a connector missing in that respect. Now a position based on emotion, watch out, that’s something they can sink their teeth into and pontificate on all day…

  • April 18, 2013 at 12:02pm

    The NRA stands for Sandy Hook?!
    Distort much? Are you on your lunch break from the Daily News?

  • April 18, 2013 at 11:57am

    Yes they lied- and Ken Frydman goes on to justify the Daily News’ action based on.. ‘sensitivity’.
    They just don’t get- They are so gone in professional corruption they actually believe that if truth is distorted for ‘good intentions’, that can’t possibly constitute a ‘lie’.

  • April 17, 2013 at 2:22pm

    I wonder if the POS Chris Matthews has spoken up yet to blame the Right, or have they finally shut him up.

  • April 16, 2013 at 1:13pm

    We need to immediately:
    * Create a concealed carry for pressure-cookers.
    * Background checks of all pressure-cooker buyers.
    * Register all pressure-cookers.
    * 3-day cooling-off period before you can pick up your pressure-cooker.
    * Don’t be fooled by little old ladies comng in to buy a pressure-cooker; interrogate them silly.

  • April 16, 2013 at 1:56am

    Surely, this latest hate-buffoonery of Matthew being wrong again in jumping on the blame-the-Right bandwagon, which no longer has wheels, finally wakes MSNBC up to say, ‘Enough’, and they get rid of that f ool millstone around their neck.

  • April 14, 2013 at 2:24am

    Well, I leave and run right into the nose-grabber at the end of the bridge, around the corner; He had been waiting. He rabbit punches me in the back shoulder (like a girl) as I pass and I turn and take a full right-hand Monty swing at him, and miss, I had a bag of stuff in my other hand. He runs. The group on the bridge all flee, they never set up their wares.

    The whole incident had an air of a comical Chinese-fire-drill, but looking back, it could have easily gone bad. I wanted to throw the guy in the river. He might have died on the bridge abutments, or the six-story fall, or couldn’t swim (the river is high and flowing like rapids from recent rains); he’d have been swept away in a second. I had that purple-rage of old completely engulf me again, no fear, just like in my younger days.

    When she heard of the incident, my wife (who’s home in Fla) asked if anyone stepped forward to help me; were there Americans around? I hadn’t thought about it before, but I said yeah I had seen plenty of Americans on the bridge before all this stated but I guess they didn’t want to get involved. Only that one Italian on a scooter spoke up. You’re focused, you don’t think about such things at the time, this was really my problem, no one else’s. It’s getting bad; I’m actually safer in Afghanistan where Americans do step up when trouble develops.

  • April 14, 2013 at 2:03am

    It’s spread overseas too. Two days ago I was in Rome taking pictures and filming on one of the statue bridges crossing the Tiber to Vatican City and was suddenly surrounded by guys from Africa setting up their knock-off junk to sell. I started filming them. About a dozen surrounded me and jostled me, screaming for me to stop. I told them I’d film whoever and whatever I wanted to and kept filming. Things went physical and one grabbed my video camera and then one of them reached over and grabbed my nose (? figure that one out?). I instinctively straight-line punched the nose-grabber dead in his own nose knocking him back and shocking him silly. They were all shocked into stopping for a moment but once the shock wore off all heck broke loss. They surrounded me threatening me, screaming at me, jabbing at me, flicking me, all the while I was still trying to get to the guy who originally tweaked me, who I had landed one good punch on, and who was now taunting me from behind his friends. I was hollering, telling them I was going to k i ll him, take his head off. People in their cars stuck in traffic alongside us are watching all this. A couple of black handlers ran up to break up the ruckus and told the nose-grabbing guy to leave, leave immediately, he did. Some Italian on a scooter, who had been stuck in the traffic jam, and saw that they had roughed me up first, drove over and was chewing them out; he must have been someone in authority that they recognized.

  • March 22, 2013 at 11:20am

    so someone else in the world uses my word to describe what comes out of the joker’s mouth.
    apt word, think…

  • February 28, 2013 at 3:09pm

    So the resident-troll cynically throws in, “she was ‘called’ to Wyoming”, as though a prog would actually believe in a ‘calling’. To do so would require acknowledging the existence of a Supreme Being. But hey, ever the clever one, he’ll just throw a belief that Christians happen to have (being ‘called’) right back in their collective faces if it supports his argument (and afterward snort to himself, ‘I can’t believe how clever I am, use their beliefs against them, I surprise myself sometimes’). Progs see themselves as sooo much smarter than everyone else. Sure, he’ll ‘believe’ in G-D (for the time it takes to comment on this column), just ask him. In reality the cynical ba$****** doesn’t believe in ‘callings’, doesn’t believe in G-D. He’s a narcissist like all progs, believes only in winning and the lofty view he holds of himself. He’ll say and do anything in support of both. Progs have no moral compass; how could they? That concept comes from accepting the Word and, by extension, Its Author. Where does that fit in with them?
    As for the ‘Rev’,.. I suggest she buy a couple of weapons, take a course or two, get the feel, find out they’re not inherently ‘evil’, settle in and live in peace with her neighbors (when in Rome), and stop being the outsider trying to change what has worked fine for generations.