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kegbuna

Member Since: October 25, 2011

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  • July 3, 2013 at 2:38pm

    Add Penn so we can round out the clown show. This is so funny, the man is ridiculous.

  • July 2, 2013 at 5:19pm

    EGOLACUNA, I think you got it spot on

  • June 29, 2013 at 1:35pm

    The comments in this thread are more telling than anything. This is some real ridiculous stuff. These types always wonder why their children don’t seem to fall in line..

  • June 29, 2013 at 1:32pm

    Colorado, so desperate to be right about something that you correct the guy with such a nasty tone. That is awful.

  • June 28, 2013 at 12:58pm

    They wouldn’t be, just watch the NEWLEFTMEDIA videos on youtube. The issue here is not left vs right, but the mere fact that the general populace does not bother itself with digging deep into issues. If you read and consider some of the comments on this site (I’m sure you can do the same on media matters), you’ll see that a lot of people form VERY strong opinions, opinions they seemingly would stand by until they die, based on nothing.

    Can anyone explain what the ACA even does? Why, or how is it destroying the country?
    Can anyone explain why they think taxes we’re being taxed into oblivion?
    Can anyone give details on how Obama has some sort of agenda to undermine the country?

    Probably not, but I guarantee there are some strong opinions about these questions. It seems as though people who know the least are often the ones with the strongest opinions, at least at the layman level. When you don’t know anything and don’t care to, you’re stuck with just emotions.

    So, these people support Obama because they like the idea of community coming together to make the world a better place, to drive humanity forward, the same way conservatives cling to their heroes because of the notion of self reliance, freedom, safety, traditional morals, etc etc.

  • June 28, 2013 at 12:39pm

    Um cause you dudes talk about needing guns to defend against some phantom threat and being willing to destroy enemies “both foreign and domestic” (with a focus on domestic). There is always a paranoid atmosphere in the air – “just wait they will come for our guns and enslave us” “only a matter of time before barack obama destroys this country” “liberals are teaming up with radical islamists in order to undermine the country” “liberals just want to take everything and get it for free” etc etc. It’s so crazy. Your fellow Americans shouldnt be your enemy yet judging from the rhetoric it feels that way. Also the fundamentalist style clinging to a fantasy past as if things were utopian “back then”. It’s as if people don’t realize that the constitution was written by MEN (much like the bible) and it is capable of having shortcomings. It affords great protections, but do you know how to interpret it?

    Read the comments on this site and you’ll see why people are scared of the extreme right.

  • June 27, 2013 at 4:06pm

    what are you talking about

  • June 27, 2013 at 3:32pm

    blaze logic: Defend own racism against an individual by citing a 3rd party’s racism. The citation is negatively toned, suggesting that the person knows it’s wrong. The thought process in this place is just amazing. Do they have Blaze meetups? I definitely wouldn’t go but I’d love to see some live interviews.

  • June 27, 2013 at 2:14pm

    liberals and muslims are the antichrist… this stuff is too good

  • June 27, 2013 at 1:04pm

    sameole sameole is hilarious.. it’s like the ramblings of a mad man. there are a ton of characters on this site, it’s great

  • June 25, 2013 at 1:23pm

    @strawberry

    what in the hell are you talking about? how have you even come close to reaching those conclusions, and don’t tell me to “open my eyes,” point to something substantial.

  • June 24, 2013 at 4:42pm

    I think we’re biologically wired to tend towards being “good”. Religious or not, there is a certain aversion people feel towards an act like murder. This, I believe, is because a good life is easier and more pleasurable to live than a bad one. It also aligns better to the social aspects of our nature. We yearn to live together and move humanity forward.

    Now, would you honestly say that religion is the only thing stopping you from committing sins? Do you need the fear of Hell to prevent you from robbing and murdering your fellow man? If that is the case then I feel sorry because that must be some kind of crazy struggle to deal with. Empathy alone is enough for me to never consider acting like that.

    Let me be clear, though. When I speak about “sin” I don’t mean sex before marriage or smoking marijuana. I am referring to rapes/murders/robberies and the like.

  • June 24, 2013 at 4:33pm

    @mrarbitrage

    The term “atheist” isn’t a title, it is more of a description. I believe those people are describing themselves before they speak so that the listener will understand what perspective they’re coming from. Saying “I don’t like churches” sounds much different if said by someone “speaking as an atheist” vs. someone “speaking as a born again christian”.

    As far as needing to self-identify, I think you may be getting a bit belligerent. Everything needs a descriptor, especially someone that is not quite the norm. We know we are human beings, so why do we refer to that notion constantly?

  • June 24, 2013 at 3:10pm

    Speaking as an atheist, this is completely stupid. I hate when other atheists feel the need to jab at and tease believers constantly, and this is just another form of it. Why would anyone need to go to a weekly meeting about non belief? Are they really so insecure that they need to surround themselves with others who believe the same thing in order to feel like they’re doing all right?

    Atheism should be the one belief that does not require congregation as it is the natural state of human beings. A child that is not taught religion will have no religion. These people sound insecure, and perhaps are not truly confident in their (non) belief. With this behavior, it starts to sound like yet another religion.

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  • June 24, 2013 at 2:13pm

    “Obamaphone”, wow. I thought that was already roundly debunked, though I wouldn’t expect the news to travel around here I guess.

  • June 20, 2013 at 5:53pm

    uh.. dude… I’m pretty sure this violates comment policy

  • June 20, 2013 at 3:27pm

    Us NJ drivers just drive at a college level while everyone else is still at the 10th grade level.

  • June 20, 2013 at 2:21pm

    Apple Bite let’s not be so disingenuous as to think that someone is going to do research on a person before judging them based on their appearance. The term “African American” has no relevance. Who cares what the lineage is, that’s not what we’re even about here in America.

    Personally I despise it, and I think Jesse Jackson is an ass for bringing that crap about. I’m an American through and through and if you need to refer to my skin tone, you can use the hue.

    However, that is not to say that we do not have our problems with racial identity in this country. The fact that people feel the need to pick apart someone’s genetic heritage in order to claim that they are not subject to discrimination or prejudice is very telling.

    I would also add that calling Barack Obama “African American” does not forsake his mother, in fact it drives the original point home. Once another race has been mixed in, the person requires a special label. They are no longer just American, but a subset. Again, I know for a fact if you saw Barack Obama on the street, and didn’t know anything about him, you wouldn’t be thinking “there goes someone of mixed heritage, I will apply half of the prejudice I give to whites, and half that I give to blacks.” It doesn’t make sense.

  • June 20, 2013 at 11:33am

    Are you delusional? Do you think the issue of being black in America has anyhting to do with genetics? If you do, then you’re way off base. I’ll tell you one thing, anyone observing Obama does not see a “white person” or even a “half white person” or a “black person with a white mother”, they see a black man. This influences the immediate character judgments people make. I’m surprised someone who has such a strong feeling about ethnicity could be so ignorant of the situation. Perhaps I have the causality reversed. Ah wait.. “Bob the Moron”, did I just get trolled?

  • June 20, 2013 at 10:29am

    “Minorities don’t like us because Democrats have a slavish hold over them.” Right.

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