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KevINtampa

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  • August 31, 2015 at 3:38pm

    The fact the Blaze wildcarded that statement is evidence of where they stand.

    #TheBlazeIsTheNextHuffPostSalonRag
    #WhatHappenedBeck?
    #ThereIsNoNonPCMedia

  • [4] August 31, 2015 at 3:36pm

    “which were later revealed to have been innocent phrases”

    Sorta like the libs going after their own when they called Nikki Minaj’s statements “savage” or the ESPN analyst saying “***** in the Armor”; a rather innocent phrase that the illogical among us are indoctrinated by the PC crowd to take offense with…

    Passion for Political Correctness causes unnecessary angst and aggression; and now we know it kills people. Therefore, if our current philosophy is to be applied impartially, federal, state, and local governments need to treat Political Correctness and it’s symbols the same way they treat Confederate History and it’s symbols – by banning it in the public square.

    #PolitcalCorrectnessKillsBlackLives
    #EndPCNonSense

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  • [1] August 29, 2015 at 12:47am

    So a strong, overzealous, passion for political correctness inspired this man to kill these people.

    If passion for the rebel flag inspired the whack job Dylan Roof should we now go the same route with political correctness as we did the confederate flag? Should we ban politically correct rhetoric in government and public places?

    #PC_PASSION_KILLS_BLACK_LIVES

  • [10] August 26, 2015 at 7:38pm

    Not the permission per se, just the antagonization to prod the racists on both sides.

  • [141] August 26, 2015 at 3:26pm

    The media overplayed their hand with Dylan Roof and the whole “South is Racist” confederate flag antagonism. Sometimes it’s best to give the news and move on. Crazy unstable white guy kills a bunch of innocent people and leave it at that.

    But the media couldn’t do that. They had to go with if it bleeds it leads and if it antagonizes it rises.

    So they moved forward with the whole confederate flag non-sense, a stupid movement that only antagonized everyone into a fervor. Feelings of “White Southerners are racist!” to “Government just wants to destroy the history of local rights!” were raised in a lot of minds; as well as in the minds of a lot of crazy people. But the media ran with it in a unison that seemed so choreographed that it seemed more like a propaganda campaign specifically orchestrated to antagonize the masses rather than simply deliver the news.

    The media ran with the antagonizing, and it is two of their own, that never deserved this, that now pay the price.

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  • [11] August 25, 2015 at 1:10pm

    Thumbs up! Looks like he had velcro shoes and still wasn’t able to tie them down and tripped on the strap.

    Can’t fix stupid, but you can have a chuckle at it.

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  • [23] August 25, 2015 at 12:21am

    And that answers two questions:
    Why are the left’s brown shirt’s more vocal against Christianity than Islamism?
    Christians send them a cake.
    Islamists throw them off buildings.

    Why was Jesus crucified and Muhammad died of the flu?
    Jesus faced his accusers and refused the devil’s temptation to draw swords.
    Muhammad chopped off the heads of his enemy’s wives and children.

    The works of Satan are the way they are because if Christians draw swords, they lose. If Christians don’t draw swords and place all faith in the light of Christ, they will inherit the world. So in order for there to be hell on earth, the left knows they must antagonize and persecute Christians to the point past their tolerance, past their faith.

    Even with all of the demoralization we are surrounded by, the faith of Christians is strong. I have faith in God, and I get the feeling God has faith in His people. Through much slander, persecution, lies, and antagonism, Christians will inherit the Earth. The more the Christians are persecuted is just a sign that those working against Christ are growing more desperate; be that Islamaniacs, homomaniacs, abortamaniacs, or Westboromaniacs.

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  • [1] August 23, 2015 at 9:49pm

    My country, please, wake up.

    Trump is a Far Left Progressive.

    Why do people not see it? Taxes? Raise them! Healthcare? Universal! Property rights? Squash them!

    But he doesn’t talk like a progressive! Actually, if you include his Hope and Changesque empty rhetoric, yes, he does.

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  • [4] August 18, 2015 at 1:36am

    Federal, State, County, City, then neighborhood is upside down.

    If you are a republican. That is to say, if you agree with a republican philosophy taught by Socrates, Locke,

    Power should reside foremost in the neighborhood, then the city, then the county, then the state, and then some federal area thousands of miles away.

    The land we live in seems upside down because the philosophy of what a Constitutional Republic means is upside down. So screw John McCain. He is part of a body of government that is un-influential. He is part of an organization that has these responsibilities an no others:
    1. Makes sure no neighborhood, city , county, or state infringes on the freedom of speech, religion or press. If one does, he is obligated to lend support to fixate such a transgression.
    2. Makes sure no neighborhood, city , county, or state infringes on the freedom of the people to possess and bear arms or form a citizen militia.
    3. Makes sure no neighborhood, city , county, or state places soldiers in the homes of citizens.
    4. Makes sure no neighborhood, city , county, or state with out proper and publicly documented cause by the signature of an elected judge violates the privacy of any individual.
    5. Makes sure no neighborhood, city , county, or state incarcerates or imprisons any individual not found guilty of a constitutional law by a jury of their peers while facing in public court those who accuse them.
    6. Makes sure no neighborhood, city , county, or state delays the trial or holds a person for unjust time.
    7. Makes sure no neighborhood, city , county, or state denies the right to a public ury of their peers in any common law suit of more than $20.
    8. Makes sure no neighborhood, city , county, or state requires an excessive amount for bail or fine, or incopoarte any form of torture on any individual.
    9. Makes sure no neighborhood, city , county, or state violates any rights held by the people.
    10. Makes sure that the members of his governance seek no further power than the above 9 rights, and works to make sure all other rights and regulations are delagated to each state in the union as the people of those states so choose.

    That’s it. Those terms rules are all thise dbag McCain gets to do for $200,000/year. Everything else is up to your neighborhood, city, county and state.

  • [4] August 18, 2015 at 1:06am

    Today’s Navajo are a disgrace in many regards – BUT NOT in all regards. They, the Navajo, are here when many tribes are not because they, the Navajo, turned their backs on their own and settled for parcels when others bled out.

    You hear of Navajo reservations because they made the deals. There are many tribes, like the Calusa, that have no reservations or casinos because they were exterminated from their lands when they refused to make deals over their lands; unlike the Navajo and Seminoles.

    I point this out because like it or not, the native tribes that roamed this land were the first of Americas republics. The native tribes here had a common understanding, and agreement that constituted an understanding (an unwritten but self evident constitution), stick to your land and we will stick to ours; when you don’t there is uncivilized war. That is the very premise of the foundations of a Constitutional Republic.

    If you believe in a republic, if you are a true Republican, you must accept that the power of governance should be most influential closest to the people that accept and live by the governance. So in many regards, I watch this video of the Navajo and smile. Finally, they are chasing those who come from thousands of miles away that wish to impart their regulations on them off their land. So, as a believer in a republic, I stand with the Navajo today more than I did yesterday.

    Our governmental power should be most influenced by those closest to where the tribes reside.

  • [8] August 18, 2015 at 12:43am

    Tampa was once called Tah Ahn Pah. This was during the time when a people who called themselves the Cah Looh Sah roamed the swamps and and forest where I live today.

    As a band of people the Cah Looh Sah survived off of alligator meat, fish, and citrus fruits. Their lives were not always without danger. They named the area I live today Tah Ahn Pah because of the areas most notable natural effect in the summer months. Roughly translated, Tah Ahn Pah means “stick of fire”. You see, the area where I live has not changed since the days before the Spanish arrived. Regardless of what people like Al Gore or John McCain say, nature rules just as she always has. Even though Phil Esposito had no idea that Tampa came from the Calusa proniunced Tah Ahn Pah, it only took him one summer to determine that he would name his hockey team the “Lightning”. In one summer nature showed him the amazing effects it displays here in my native land, he watched the Tah Ahn Pa, the sticks of fire, striking down and it inspired the name for the team he would build.

    But the Cah Loo Sah were not with out their enemies before the Spanish arrived and staked claim to Tah Ahn Pah and rebrand it as Tampa. The Seminoles and Calusa tribes constantly battled each other for territory. But you will not find a Calusa Casino in Tah Ahn Pah today because it was the Seminoles who turned on the land, and it is the Calusa who are no longer here.

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  • August 13, 2015 at 11:52pm

    Does anyone recall a low level staffer in Clinton’s New York senate office being deported as an agent of influence when she was being vetted for the State Department circa 2008/2009?

    For some reason I recall reading something regarding that years ago. I have searched through Google News around that time frame but have found nothing. But I’m certain at some point I read about a low level staffer being outed as an agent of influence in a New York senators office. It wasn’t Anna Chapman. I don’t recall the agent ever being named, but I know it wasn’t part of the group that Chapman was involved with/deported with. It was a one off agent that was deported.

    I know I read something like that, but I sure can’t find it now. Really wish I had Lexisnexis access.

  • [2] August 13, 2015 at 2:22pm

    I posted this last night on the warehouse fire article:

    China was just getting its financial markets stabilized after losing over 50% of the value in just a few weeks.

    Tianjin is home of one of China’s largest import/export seaports. It is certainly the largest port servicing goods in and out of Beijing.

    It appears there was already a fire before the major kaboom. This might be an accident, but it very well could be that someone deliberately set fire to that factory in retaliation for their recent devaluation of the Yuan (AKA Quantitative Easing).

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/aug/13/china-devalues-yuan-for-third-straight-day-adding-to-fears-of-currency-war

    Also remember, that hours after the feds announced they would move forward with QE2, something the Chinese openly stated would be a highly volatile act, this happened:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mSQYZ9aYfE

    I’m still not convinced that the Deep Water Horizon rig explosion wasn’t a foreign response to the Fed issuing QE1. We still don’t know what happened to that rig other than there was a subsurface explosion in the uptake pipe somewhere. Easily could have been a torpedo…

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/08/12/video-massive-explosion-rocks-chinas-fourth-largest-city/#comment-9655963

  • August 13, 2015 at 2:18am

    Another update to your viralganda Blaze!

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/12/world/us-turkey-syria-airstrikes/

  • [3] August 13, 2015 at 1:56am

    China was just getting its financial markets stabilized after losing over 50% of the value in just a few weeks.

    Tianjin is home of one of China’s largest import/export seaports. It is certainly the largest port servicing goods in and out of Beijing.

    It appears there was already a fire before the major kaboom. This might be an accident, but it very well could be that someone deliberately set fire to that factory in retaliation for their recent devaluation of the Yuan.

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/aug/13/china-devalues-yuan-for-third-straight-day-adding-to-fears-of-currency-war

    Also remember, that hours after the feds announced they would move forward with QE2, something the Chinese openly stated would be a highly volatile act, this happened:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mSQYZ9aYfE

    I’m still not convinced that the Deep Water Horizon rig explosion wasn’t a foreign response to the Fed issuing QE1. We still don’t know what happened to that rig other than there was a subsurface explosion in the uptake pipe somewhere. Easily could have been a torpedo…

  • August 11, 2015 at 10:27pm

    Ego, nail on head man. Nail on head.

    If the so called conservatives keep buying this Trump non-sense and completely empty rhetoric they are no better than the so called liberals that drooled over Obama and his completely empty rhetoric.

    Honestly, many of the people here slobbering over and pandering for Trump is truly convincing me this country really is up crap creek with no paddle. We’re so screwed.

  • [11] August 11, 2015 at 10:26am

    Trump panders with generic nationalist tones and zero real substance. Nationalism meets socialism behind the rhetoric of the generic after a country has lost its morality, devalued its currency, and let its borders be over run with the uninvited. I think I’ve read this story somewhere else before.

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  • [46] August 10, 2015 at 11:44pm

    Can you imagine if he was doing that on memorial for African lions!?

    Jimmy Kimmel would have to include it in a monologue!

    But this, he will ignore as it brings him no sadness.

  • [12] August 10, 2015 at 10:54pm

    Glenn, you know and I know that Bernie Sanders is in league and encouraging this behavior. He got with them, told his security it would happen and to let it happen.

    Every time this happens at a Sander’s event, it’s staged. A show. The Rock, standing in the center of the ring pulling the mic away from Triple H at a Vince McMahon extravaganza Battle Royale is less choreographed than what we see at these Bernie Sander’s events.

  • [5] August 10, 2015 at 10:44pm

    Sooooooo…

    He goes from saying he didn’t really equate the Republican Caucus to hodgies shouting death to America to then insinuating that the Republican Caucus either can’t or doesn’t take the time to read the bills they vote for or vote against.

    Is this talking menstruation pad trying to say that the majority of this country’s federal representation is illiterate? Mr. President, when you say that about our representatives, you say that about us. Now, to be clear, I for one would love to read the deal; unfortunately in order to do that I’d have to suck some man juice from hip hose off some dude in Geneva, which as a proud American I will of course never do, as that part of the deal is otherwise hidden from the eyes of every American. Obviously though, John Kerry has read it, and Kerry says that while the deal tastes a bit salty, if you close your eyes and pretend you are in your happy place it’s really not that hard of a deal to swallow.

    Now, that pointed out, if the majority of this country’s federal representation doesn’t fire back and call this man, in no uncertain terms, a traitor, then I must regretfully believe his insinuation that the Republican Caucus is illiterate to be accurate as they obviously can not read the very pronounced writing on the wall.

    Backhanded insulting folks is sorta fun Mr. President, thanks for leading the way. The reassurances the nanny gave you as you boarded the short bus in the morning were true, you truly are a gifted little man.

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