User Profile: Jumper


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  • [3] January 26, 2016 at 12:05pm

    I’m just astounded that anyone in Boston has a gun left after those nancy boys rolled over and let the cops take them all after the Marathon bombing.

  • [16] January 25, 2016 at 10:49am

    How low they will stoop. I’m not even a Cruz fan, but using a video of an 18 year old, who’s clearly joking, against him is just pathetic. What 18 year old guy didn’t want to be in a tit flick(a la 1988 style) and think he could take over the world? If that’s all they can come up with, they’re in trouble and he’s doing well.

  • [2] January 21, 2016 at 9:25am

    Is anybody surprised by this? First, she’s a Demoncrap, so liar. Second, she’s the head of the DNC, so liar. Third, it’s Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, so HUGE liar. Everything she’s ever said is a lie. If I was standing outside in July, with the sun directly overhead, casting a shadow straight down and she told me it was noon, I’d still check my watch.

  • [5] January 15, 2016 at 10:47am

    Hey Sean, you met with Saddam, now with El Chapo. How about going for the hat trick and going for an interview with ISIS? I’m sure they’ll be really nice to you…………

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  • [3] January 15, 2016 at 9:58am

    I’m NOT a Cruz supporter, something about him is just off-putting. Now, with that out of the way, let me say he was right last night and Trump, a New Yorker,(who I also don’t support) was wrong. People from NYC are typically some of the rudest, most obnoxious, overly prideful, self-important people you’ll ever meet. Nobody cares that you’re from NYC, but YOU. The rest of us, AREN’T impressed. It was great to see them manage to pull together after 9/11, but Trump was wrong when he said that no other city in America could have done that. EVERY other city in America could, and would, have done exactly the same thing. We’re all Americans, we would/will all react the same way to being attacked. That’s part of what makes us Americans, we help each other out, and if you mess with us, you’ll regret it. Most people I talk to are getting really tired of New Yorkers acting as if they have a lock on coming together after a tragedy. It’s downright insulting to the rest of us in America. Have you been to a town in the Midwest that’s literally NOT THERE ANYMORE thanks to a tornado? Or a town down south that’s COVERED IN SAND up to your waist thanks to the latest hurricane? Or along the southern Mississippi where people’s HOMES ARE UNDERWATER and they’re driving past stop signs IN BOATS? All of those communities are pulling together just like you did after 9/11 and the rest of us are SICK AND TIRED that y’all keep acting like you’ve got a lock on that just because you’re “New Yorkers”.

  • January 12, 2016 at 2:21pm

    “It violates the first ten words of the Bill of Rights (‘Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion’) and it violates the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA),” he wrote.
    Oh, bless your heart. You’re too stupid to understand the written word. Where did you get your law degree? Your Doctorate? News flash, Cracker Jack boxes don’t count. Having “In God We Trust” on the money, doesn’t establish a State religion.
    Additionally, I’ll give you a thousand dollars if you can find the words “Separation of church and State” in the Constitution.
    Can you please explain to me how having “In God We Trust” on the money gives me an advantage? I’d love to know so I can start exploiting it to my actual advantage. As far as I can tell, it’s never given me any extra of the offending paper, I don’t get to pay less for anything just because I believe what’s written on it. How, EXACTLY, do I get an advantage?
    Lastly, can you explain to me, EXACTLY, why something you claim not to believe in causes you such a problem? If God doesn’t exist, as you atheists claim, why does it bother you so much? It’s just words. What if the money said “In One Eyed One Horned Flying Purple People Eaters We Trust”? Those actually don’t exist, and ignoring the fact that that’s entirely too wordy to put on the money, if it were, would you be raising the same argument then? Somehow I doubt it. Your problem is less about it being on the money than it is with God and those of us who believe in Him.

  • [-1] January 7, 2016 at 12:42pm

    Whether or not people who are attracted to the same sex have a choice is still up for debate, but genetic scientists haven’t been able to find a “gay” gene. I’m no scientist, so I can’t really say more than that, and that’s as intellectually honest as I can get. People DO, however, have a choice whether or not to ACT on those attractions. That is indisputable. There are Priests, Nuns, Monks and who only knows what else, all over the world who CHOOSE not to act on their attractions everyday.(Please don’t bring up the Priests who abuse little boys, that’s a whole different conversation) Does anybody really think that Priests, Nuns, Monks, etc., aren’t attracted to people sometimes? Their chosen professions, or whatever you want to call those lifestyles, may prohibit marriage and/or sexual activity, but they’re still human beings with all the associated desires. Homosexual people may or may not have a choice in who they’re attracted to, I simply don’t know. I do know they don’t have to act on those urges.

  • [3] January 7, 2016 at 12:11pm

    BWAHAHAHA. This guy ACTUALLY thinks that the sycophant Loretta Lynch is going to indict Hillary. And, apparently, that Obama would go along with that. That’s the best joke I’ve heard in a while. There’s more chance of a snowball surviving Hell than Hillary getting indicted. Does this guy think that either Obama or Loretta Lynch give a flying poop about any upset over at the FBI? Sure, about as much as they care about his going around Congress with his phone and his pen. Give me a break.

  • [15] January 4, 2016 at 3:47pm

    Yet another Dindu Nuffins.
    despite the worker insisting that she is a “good child.”
    NO, you’re not a “good child”. Good children don’t steal other people’s credit card info. I don’t care what she bought, it’s still a crime. Go to jail, go directly to jail. Do not pass GO. Do not collect $212 dollars from another person’s credit card .

  • [8] January 4, 2016 at 3:34pm

    Shut up Paul Ryan, and the rest of your RINO criminals in DC. If a single one of you ACTUALLY disagreed with what Obama was doing, you’d be bringing him up on charges. Unless and until one of you has the guts to do so, you’re all in it together and equally complicit in letting this tyrant destroy the Constitution.

  • [3] January 4, 2016 at 3:24pm

    First, it IS Double Jeopardy. They have already done the time proscribed to them by the judge. Here’s the DJ clause: ‘[T]he Double Jeopardy Clause protects against three distinct abuses: [1] a second prosecution for the same offense after acquittal; [2] a second prosecution for the same offense after conviction; and [3] multiple punishments for the same offense.’ U.S. v. Halper, 490 U.S. 435, 440 (1989).
    Read number 3, read it again. There doesn’t have to be another trial, they are being punished twice for the same offense. The fact that the judge disregarded federal minimum sentencing guidelines is on the Judge, NOT the Hammonds. I don’t know if a Judge can do this or not, but it still falls on the Judge and not the Hammonds. Glenn’s right, if this had been brought up while they were still in jail, then this wouldn’t be an issue. It wasn’t though. They did the time they were told to do and were let out. Debt paid.
    Second.(June 22, 2012, Dwight and Steven were found guilty of starting both the 2001 and the 2006 fires by the jury. However, the federal courts convicted them both as “Terrorist” under the 1996 Antiterrorism Act.) Nothing about deer there. How do you KNOW about the deer? Were you there? Did you see this killing spree? You mentioned a (as in a singular event) “killing spree”. They were convicted of starting two fires. Which was the one used for the coverup? Sounds like you don’t have any proof of this killing spree and are telling lies of your own.

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  • [5] December 30, 2015 at 3:56pm

    No, the liberals get what they think they want. The actuality of what they will get will be a whole lot different, and not at all what they want.

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  • [6] December 30, 2015 at 9:44am

    We demand that you read the 1st Amendment. We demand that you stop calling a child raping pedophile a “prophet”. We demand that you assimilate or get out. We demand that you stop demanding to be treated as a special class above everyone else. We demand that if you truly aren’t part of the terrorist problem you tell proper authorities that your cousin/mom/uncle/roommate is a terrorist.
    We can do it your way: We can not take any of you as friends. We can hunt you down so that even the trees call out “There is a muslim behind me” or whatever that verse is. We can smite you about the neck, or however that verse from that filthy satanic book is. We can make you all convert, or pay a tax and be second class citizens for not converting. We can kill you if you don’t convert. We can burn down your mosques. We can forbid you from building any new ones. We can start burying you with a few pieces of raw bacon in your mouth.
    Are you getting the picture? This is OUR country. It was founded on Christian values and morals. If that doesn’t comport with that filthy, murderous, pedophile loving cult of yours, you are free to leave.

  • [13] December 29, 2015 at 9:06am

    This has been what the followers of the pedophile prophet have always done. If they can’t win by outright force, which is always the first attempt if they think they can win, then win from internal subversion. Join the society, lie about your intentions and then try to take over when there are enough of you that can win. It’s part of their doctrine folks, look it up.

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  • [2] December 29, 2015 at 8:50am

    It has nothing to do with our overly PC society or whether it’s a gentleman’s sport or not, I actually agree with you about that. I does, however, have to do with good sportsmanship. It’s Matthew’s job to tackle Palmer, fine. To tackle him and then go back to your own huddle, fine, that’s what happens 99% of the time. Linemen are under no obligation to help up the quarterback they just tackled. There is a level of just plain old good sportsmanship that is to be expected of every player, especially at this level. If you are going to extend a hand like that, leave it there and do the right thing. That was just $#itty and there’s no other way to look at it.

  • [4] December 28, 2015 at 3:25pm

    Dear Everybody, You’re darn right I’m a racist. I wallow, WALLOW in my white privilege, I also feel NO guilt about it whatsoever!! Know why? Because we EARNED it!! Conventional wisdom tells us that everyone(all humans) migrated out of Africa. That means we all, at some point in the past, had exactly the same chances to become great races and contribute to humanity as a whole. Had I the space I could make a very good argument that people in Africa had a better advantage, based on weather and natural resources, but that’s for another time. While white people were perfecting mathematics,science, medicine, architecture, the arts and the march of technology through the ages, what, exactly did the people of your race do? Caucasians, as a whole, have contributed more to the betterment of the general human condition than anyone else in the world. You’re darn right we’re proud of it, as we should be, and I will NOT feel guilty about it for one second! Why should I feel guilty for being part of the group that built the Cathedral of Notre Dame, ended Smallpox, invented cars and planes and put a man on the moon? We MAY live in a society that is slanted in favor of the white man, but we built that society and if it is tilted in our favor, so what? You, Mr. Yancy, a Professor at a University(universities, also the product of white men)seem to be benefiting nicely from the system we built. If it’s so racist and so bad, if living here is so unfair, why are you still here?

  • [153] December 22, 2015 at 7:58am

    I guess I would get the joke better if I had ever seen even 5 seconds of the show they are making fun of. Still love that Sarah Palin hit back at Tina Fey.

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  • [1] December 15, 2015 at 10:12am

    It isn’t about appearances or character. It’s about conforming to the standards, which you knew ahead of time, and not being a damn hypocrite. You love the Country, great. You want to serve, great. You want to have one set of standards for you and a different set for everyone else, not great. There are legit reasons for the grooming standards being what they are, just because your religion says you should wear a beard and a turban and not cut your hair doesn’t negate any of those reasons. Why do you feel like you deserve an exception? We(meaning the US Military) don’t let Rastafarians smoke weed or wear dreadlocks, we don’t let Satanists sacrifice goats(or Virgins), we don’t let Muslims(or Mormons) have multiple wives, what makes you so special?

  • December 15, 2015 at 9:25am

    Who gives a damn what any other military is doing? This is our military and he knew the standards when he signed up. If the standards won’t allow you to practice your religion the way feel you should, then either A) don’t sign up, or B) put those standards on hold while you feel you need to serve. Don’t sign up and then ask for an exception. That’s hypocritical and contrary to good order and discipline.

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