User Profile: Jumper

Jumper

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  • October 24, 2012 at 6:56pm

    If any of you were really serious about fixing this, every single one of you, from the Pres. on down, would resign tonight!!!!! ANYTHING shy of that, is isn’t serious and is nothing more than the continuation of this cover up. 30, 40, 50 years ago, you would all be being indicted! But, since your cronies are running the Dept. of inJustice, that will never happen. What a shame what this country has become.

  • July 5, 2012 at 4:12pm

    I have several friends who are, and several others who were, cops. I’ve tried to tell myself that this kind of thing just happens sometimes, a sort of “There’s a bad apple in every barrel” kind of excuse. No more. We see more and more videos like this, and it’s rarely one or two cops, it’s usually more like 5 or 6 of them, and the fequency of this kind of thing is increasing rapidly. I can’t say what’s going on, I don’t know if the increasing militarization(because, really, does a county sheriff in SC actually NEED an M113A3 with a mounted M2 .50 cal. machine gun on it? NO. But they’ve got one, GIVEN to them by the Federal government) of the police in this Country has anything to do with it or not, but it’s high time it stopped. People should be able to trust the police, but the more times we see things like this, it becomes increasingly difficult to do. And don’t try to tell me it’s just the adrenaline from a high speed chase. If you can’t control yourself, then you don’t need to be walking around with handcuffs, an ASP baton, pepper spray, a taser, and a semi-automatic pistol with several extra magazines. Go work at Wal-Mart.

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  • July 3, 2012 at 10:26am

    Hey weatherdork, it’s called SUMMER. It happens every year at the same time, and, wait for it….. Sometimes it gets really, really hot. I know, it’s hard to wrap your simple, sycophantic mind around, but every once in a while, we get a bad one. Just like WINTER, which also happens every year at the same time, just so your not scared to death when it starts to get cold outside. Sometimes we get a really bad one, and sometimes not. Is that Global warming too? Or would that be Climate Change? What’s going to happen in AUTUMN? Is this moron going to say “It’s especially mild out there, we would normally see 55 or 56 degrees, but not 52. It wouldn’t be that mild out if weren’t for Global Climate something or other” Hey DORK, it’s called WEATHER, it just happens, go outside, shut up, and get used to it.

  • July 2, 2012 at 11:16am

    I really don’t see the difference between this and the Executive Priveledge BS we were treated to last week. Hey White House and all your sycophants: if it’s NOT a tax, it’s un-Constitutional under the Commerce Clause. If it’s not un-Constitutional because of Congress’ power to levy taxes(which is what the SCOTUS said in it’s ruling) then it IS a darn tax!! It’s one or the other, but it can’t be both.
    Just like the Exec. Priv. thing: Either Barak and Eric DIDN’T know about it and WEREN’T involved and therefore Exec. Priv. isn’t allowed; OR Barak and Eric DID know about it and WERE involved ( and LIED to all of us about it, Eric while under oath, I need to add) and then Exec. Priv. can be used.
    In both cases, it’s either or, and We The People need to force them to choose which side of the darn coin they want to play, but we must stop letting them try to play both!!!!!

  • June 29, 2012 at 3:55pm

    Hey Blaze editors: I know you need to have pop-ups for advertising to make money and keep the site running, I get it, I really do. Here’s an idea, instead of advertising a Japanese car company(the darn Lexus ad I keep seeing), how about you court an American car company? Jeep, Ford, Chevy, I don’t care which one. And before any of you Blaze readers give me a load of stuff about how Lexus(fancy Toyota) is made here and employs American workers, shut up, I know this. It’s still a Japanese company and most of the profits from the sale are going back there. Just as I know some American cars are made in Canada or Mexico, but it’s still an American company and the majority of the profits come back here.
    I was just thinking that this suggestion might be a good idea, since, like this article says, we’re about to have a Financial Armegeddon and we’re in the worst recession since the great Depression, maybe, it might be a good idea to oh, I don’t know, try to sell some AMERICAN STUFF!!!!!!!!!
    Just a little food for thought.

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  • June 27, 2012 at 2:58pm

    I really don’t want a race war in this Country, Lord knows we’ve got enough other problems to deal with. Having said that, I’m sick of listening to these jerks. Maybe it’s my 24 years in the Armed Forces, maybe it’s just me, doesn’t really matter. I hate s*%t talking, threats(especially empty ones), and the general shooting off of your mouth. So Malik & Taco(sounds like a new menu item), if you’re going to do it, do it and shut up. If you’re not,(which I doubt you cowards ever will) then just shut up! I wonder if either of these simpletons knows just how badly outnumbered they are? What do black people in this Country account for, about 17-18% of the population? Even if every single one of them joined the fight and even if they’re 20% of the population, and assuming every other race stayed out of it, it’s still going to look a lot like Little Big Horn or the Alamo. Are they ignorant of this fact or has it just not occured to them? Or, are they just to stupid to figure it out? How do they think to possibly win against odds like that? Particularly with what is clearly a lack of capable leadership. Just more smack talk from those with nothing better to do.

  • June 22, 2012 at 12:09pm

    Disgusting behavior, from anyone. I does go a long way towards exposing their real feelings, political leanings and ultimate goals.

  • June 21, 2012 at 4:15pm

    @FOCALPOINT, Let me refute your idiotic idea with a little experience and common sense. Those wonderful drugs you mention that can stop a woman’s cycle for up to a year. What happens when, not if, she losses them/they get ruined by heat, rain, a bullet tears through her pack and her meds, or any of the other thousand things that can and do go wrong in combat? Her cycle starts, probably without her having any fem. hyg. prods, because she had that fancy medicine with her. OR, what happens if the same storm that soaked everything she owns(believe me, it happens, BTDT) also soaks all her fem. hyg. prods she brought just in case? Or, for the sake of argument, lets just say nothing happens to her fancy meds. The simple fact of the matter is, that particular part of the female anatomy is in NO WAY suited to going without regular, sanitary attention, even in the absence of Aunt Flo. There is no way that is going to be able to be done in the kinds of environments that most Infantry, Combat Engineers, SF, and Rangers regularly inhabit, and the kinds of missions they go on. Sometimes, sure, but sometimes really isn’t good enough. Time to grow up boys and girls, males and females ARE different, and no amount of PC, womens lib whinning is ever going to change that or magically make the sexes somehow equal. The sooner everybody gets that through their thick skulls, the better off we and more importantly, our military, will be.

  • June 20, 2012 at 1:04pm

    Here’s just a few of the problems with this whole idea. First, let me congratulate her on stating, several times, that the standards must be maintained and not changed for women. She’s right, they shouldn’t be, thing is though, they will be, as they have been time and again. Ex.1 Airborne school: You used to have to be a man, and do 6 pull ups(among all the other stuff) in order to graduate. 96% of women couldn’t do it, so instead of not graduating any who couldn’t, eventually the standard was changed so women could graduate. Ex.2 You used to have to climb up a rope 30 feet in so much time, most women couldn’t do it, so again, eliminate that requirement so they can graduate. The same thing will happen here eventually too. Anything that’s repeatedly too hard for them will be eliminated so they can be”equal”. Now let’s look at something you can’t equalize. Men don’t have periods. In the Infantry and SF(all Combat Arms MOS’s really), it’s not uncommon due to mission requirements to go without a bath(of any kind) for weeks and even more than a month at a time. Since the mission can’t be postponed due her cycle, she’s out there with the guys when it does, say 5 days in. 1 month and no bath after her cycle started 5 days into the mission, there’s a very good chance she’s got an infection. So now she has to get a Medevac and the team is down a member, the mission is compromised. All in the name of “equality”. Men and women, in this respect, aren’t equal, learn

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  • June 19, 2012 at 10:45am

    You’re right, there probably will be. Normally, I don’t give a crap what crazy liberal states up north do, but they’ve gotten so crazy lately, that I’m afraid you’re comment is dead on, and they’ll start moving south. So listen up those of you above the line, vote these jerks out!! Don’t vote with your feet, take action against those who would strip you of your liberties, common sense, and personal responsibility, don’t let Big Brother decide what’s best for you, instead of you deciding what’s best for you. Those of us down here don’t dislike you, until you move down here and try to turn our neighborhood into your old one. I’ve seen it happen too many times, didn’t work, but the attempt was still annoying and divisive. Stay there and fix your problems. Having said that, I do feel for you being stuck with idiots who would even propose something so stupid. Sugary drinks cause obesity. This is no different than saying guns kill people, forks make people fat and pencils misspell words.

  • June 18, 2012 at 12:39pm

    Funny that every time I hear one of the administration sycophants, including the head Administrator, say “discretionary enforcement” or “selective enforcement” it sounds just like “violation of my Oath of Office”. I thought it might be that I needed to listen more closely, but every time I tried that, my ears filled up with BS.

  • June 18, 2012 at 12:12pm

    I’ve said it before, I guess it’s time to say it again. The Obama’s are just like a combination of the Clampetts and the Jeffersons. They didn’t really do anything to earn being where they are, they got lucky(Clampetts) and now that they are there, they have absolutely no idea how to behave in a manner befitting where they are(Jeffersons). It’s all spending money(ours), showing off and putting on airs.

  • June 14, 2012 at 12:43pm

    @AndYetItMoves
    by 13th century Christianity you’re referring to the Crusades I presume. You do know that the Crusades and “13th century Christianity” were a direct response to over 200 years of muslim encroachment into Christian lands where murder, rape, torture, forced religious conversion, theft and destruction were the order of the day, right? You can defend that filthy cult if you want to, but don’t expect to get away with it. Why don’t you just go convert, get your vest and your explosives manual, I mean Koran, issued and move right on over to Palestine?

  • June 14, 2012 at 12:26pm

    Why are they trying to build one anyway? Don’t they have enough terrorist training camps(ooops, I think we’re supposed to call them Islamic Centers or Mosques) in the state already?

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  • June 13, 2012 at 9:58am

    Exactly, except saying fundamentalist Muslim is redundant. It’s just Muslim, they’re all the same.

  • June 11, 2012 at 4:25pm

    And in related news: A newly discovered Babylonian tablet reveals that Axelrod, Wasserman-Schultz, and Carney all translate directly into “Worthless, question dodging, lying, sycophant, without a spine or brain of their own” . Now back to the regular news……..

  • June 11, 2012 at 4:05pm

    Is anybody really surprised after reading the names of the two involved? It’s in their genes. It’s in their cult(er, religion). I guess there’s no chance of getting bacon flavored ice cream from either of these guys?

  • June 11, 2012 at 12:28pm

    You’re absolutely right! It is an invasion of privacy. For all intents and purposes they’ve come into/onto your property without permission. I think people should start suing them, and let’s take this to court. At the very least, this should be an “opt in” thing rather than an “opt out” thing. I really wish someone with the money would file a suit and see where it goes.

  • June 7, 2012 at 8:46am

    Okay, let’s get something straight. While I think that this disgusting union should never have taken place, and most certainly not in the Military or on a Military base, that’s still kind of the point, it was on a Military base. While I know that Ft. Polk is located in Louisiana, it is technically, not part of, Louisiana. No Military base is, they are all Federal land, just like National Parks. That’s why you see Federal Law Enforcement in the National Parks, not, for example, State Police. It’s Federal land, and Louisiana has no say so what goes on there. They have no enforcement powers there, except those granted to it by the base Commander or the D.o D., I remember the days when local law enforcement wasn’t allowed on bases without express permission. So while these two can be married while they are on base, the state doesn’t have to recognize the union once they step off base. Which is exactly what I think should happen. Let Louisiana make the statement that they will not recognize these unions and that they do not support them in any way. Can anybody say 10th Amendment?

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  • June 1, 2012 at 12:23pm

    Well, I guess it should be encouraging that the failed State that is our southern neighbor is doing an investigation, except that the failed State that is our southern neighbor is doing it. I don’t have any confidence in the law enforcement in Mexico at all. They have historically been so corrupt they make a dog’s hind leg look straight.

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