User Profile: jpcomposite

Member Since: October 12, 2011


  • February 6, 2015 at 4:43pm

    Isn’t that what the gas tax is supposed to be? The more you drive, the more you pay. We’re forced to buy under-powered economy cars by federal mandate and then they cry because we don’t use more gasoline with their associated tax revenue. The Dems cry when they don’t get their way and when they do. I guess that just means that they are essentially cry babies — stupid ones nonetheless — but cry babies regardless.

  • [10] February 6, 2015 at 4:29pm

    It’s obvious that more gun laws would have kept this clown from having a gun and being an all around deadbeat. With such a rap sheet, what was he doing on the street?

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  • July 30, 2014 at 10:20am

    It’s been done. 435 +100 = 535. Although some are not quite so plague-infested but a good portion of them are.

  • March 3, 2014 at 12:15pm

    The MSM shows a single idiot at a typically well-behavedTea Party rally, but ignores (and even supports) the OWS dolts and give credence to these idiots waving terroristic flags in our face. Can you say that our Gv’t is doing things bass-ackwards?

  • February 20, 2014 at 5:37pm

    Even when they find a Dem that still has a few values the other Dems cry foul. It’s “you have to be a low-life like me or you can’t be a true Democrat”. It’s pretty sad really. They just can’t stand anyone in their party taking ANY variance from their failed platform. You can plainly see that it’s the party of acceptance.

  • February 17, 2014 at 4:50pm

    Of course he does but he was asked about Clinton

  • February 17, 2014 at 4:48pm

    Does he not understand that we are NOT driving the bus called Earth, we are just passengers trying to hang on while it hurtles through the void of space delicately balanced between spatial anomalies disaster cosmic forces. If he actually thinks that we small little humans are directing the gigantic globe we call home, then he must also believe that he has the power to hold back the Mississippi River with his bare hands. We need to take care of our home but not believe for a moment that we are determining and guiding the destiny of the globe on which are riding.

  • February 17, 2014 at 4:40pm

    And we don’t have time for meeting with the flat head society or arrogant idiots like Kerry

  • February 17, 2014 at 4:16pm

    I’m not saying that there has not been ‘changes’ in the climate over the years but tell me, isn’t that what climate inherently means. It changes throughout the seasons, the years, the decades, and centuries. Do they not realize that the slightest little wiggle of adjustment in the rotation of the Earth from random gravitational forces, or a series of strong solar flares, or a infinitesimal fluctuation in the Earth’s movement around the sun (yes, it is the Earth that revolves around the sun for you progessives and not around you), or even a slight change in the underground pressure due to the continual settling and dissolving of minerals which can cause volcanic eruption with its ash and sulfur dioxide into the air, etc, etc., etc. They want us to believe that because I use an incandescent light bulb or drive an SUV that the planet is doomed? How arrogant to think that we small creatures are more powerful than the forces of the universe. However, if you ask a progressive, they do think that they are more powerful than the very cosmos. I’m not saying that we should ‘abuse’ our home but to think that we are the cause of things that have occurred throughout the ages is the height of audacity and arrogance.

  • February 17, 2014 at 12:07pm

    That’s almost as bad as when I lived in Alaska I was asked by someone who lived in the center of western civilization (Boston) which day does Alaska change from 6 months of darkness to 6 months of light. That was over 20 years ago and the educational systems has gotten worse. When I lived in Idaho and gave my address to the person on the phone as ‘Boise’ she politely asked, ‘Where is that?”. I told her “in Idaho, do you know where Idaho is?” “Isn’t is someplace by Minnesota?” The same crowd thinks that Los Angeles is the capitol of California. People, these are the voters and look what they gave us. They would rather have a free phone than someone who actually knows how to run an organization. They wanted someone who could sing Marvin Gaye and play basketball instead of someone who knew what the word ‘Budget’ meant. May heaven help us save the Republic from ourselves.

  • December 7, 2013 at 1:43pm

    Are you serious or are you just trying to get most of the sane people that visit this site all psd off. I’m a conservative independent and while I differ now and then from the conservative talk show hosts, little Chrissy is a half-baked, imbecile that wouldn’t recognize a founding principle if it were to hit him in the face — which by the way looks like something hit him with that stupid moronic expression that he wears so well.

  • December 6, 2013 at 10:47am

    That had to be one of the best comments I have every heard. Well done.

  • December 5, 2013 at 12:45pm

    What happens when a parking meter runs out. Is the person not ‘stealing’ city resources or property – even for just a few minutes? What happens, they give the person a $25/fine. Wouldn’t that have been more prudent than arresting the guy and going through the expense of the courts. Or even better, just tell the guy to stop with the threat of a fine. Does it take the involvement of several in the police force, courts, school, etc….??? to address such a minor issue. So the school official charging his/her cell phone on school property should be arrested? Or the locals running at the school track in the morning should be thrown in jail? When will this stop? Punish those for serious offenses, slap those with minor ones and those that are trivial, just give a smile and a warning so they can say, ‘Opps, I didn’t realize my error, thanks officer, have nice day”.

  • October 30, 2013 at 12:47pm

    If this receipt IS real, I don’t know if it’s a reflection of our education system (spelling) or our cultural stage of development (or lack of it).

  • October 30, 2013 at 12:45pm

    Good one. That’s not the only place where there is ‘Som Ting Wong’.

  • October 30, 2013 at 12:09pm

    Good one.

  • October 30, 2013 at 11:49am

    I can’t even see ‘Bullosi’s face without seeing red. She and those idiotic enough to be like her will surely spell the downfall of our once great country. We are no longer ‘sliding’ into oblivion, we are free-falling. We’re told that all these trials will be behind us and we will reach the end. I’m sure that’s what General Custer said too or the guy who stepped off the edge of the Grand Canyon. Sure the wind whipping by his face and perhaps the dust and dirt hitting hi from all sides was inconvenient. He could also just say, “soon these minor problems will be behind me”.

  • October 30, 2013 at 11:43am

    I liken this Obummer care to an iceberg. All the liberals praise what turns out to be the top (visible) portion which is the concept of universal healthcare to all, happy day, cumbaya, skip through the tulips. What they either don’t recognize, ignore, or are too stupid to accept is that there is 90% of the bulk hiding in deep water ready to rip the guts out of everything (ask the Captain of the Titanic). It’s not the ‘idea’ of providing health care to all. That in itself is noteworthy and admirable goal. It’s the rules, costs, chaos, confusion, more cost, disparity of treatment and provisions, even more costs, unfairness, limitations, sharp daggers ready to rip out the life blood of our society, and yes, even more costs, etc that will spell the end of our economy and way of life as we know it. Instead of the old WWI adage of ‘Dang the torpedoes, full speed ahead”, now it’s “To He<< with what people want, what is good for them, what is just, what is effective, what is right, full speed ahead with 'MY' opinion and legacy". It's not even "MY way or the Highway". It's more like "MY way or….. well, no, sorry, just MY way".

  • October 30, 2013 at 11:10am

    Reid is a double embarrassment for those of us who share his same religion. What really hurts is that people will see him and think that that is way that we are and the way think. He could not be more out of step with the teachings and philosophy of the church than if he were a Muslim. A core tenant of our church is ‘Choice and Accountability’. All he wants it ‘Control and shut up’. He may end up in a place where he doesn’t want to be and it will be worse than being around fat people and smelly tourists.

  • October 30, 2013 at 11:04am

    The idiots in DC cry that Coal is dirty and is destroying our country. There is NOTHING so dirty and destructive as that bunch of thieves, liars, and cheats that sit in Washington and pass judgment as to what is best of us – the unwashed masses — who seem to be just stupid enough to keep electing the majority of them back into that cesspool. Whether it be due to apathy, ignorance, stupidity, deception or just plain laziness, if we don’t wake up and get our act together and clean house, there won’t be a house left. I can’t even think of Dumb and Dumbererer in the White house and the havoc that they are wreaking without getting so angry that my blood pressure spikes and my eyes go red. If that were all we had to deal with, we could survive. Unfortunately, there are 535 others in DC that cause problems – some cause more than others (Reid, Pelosi, etc). Except for a few tired souls who are trying to set things right, the majority seem to be just as Dumb, arrogant, selfish, greedy, and self-patronizing to make it seem that the White House is not that bad.