User Profile: KevINtampa

KevINtampa

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  • [4] August 2, 2015 at 11:55pm

    This story reads like a game of “Armstrong said”.

    Armstrong said at a news conference.
    Armstrong said Wilbourn was a passenger in a 2002
    Armstrong said Bolton saw the car
    Bolton then got out of his car and walked toward the Mercedes, Armstrong said.
    and they got into a physical struggle, Armstrong said.
    striking Bolton multiple times, Armstrong said.
    the driver then ran away, Armstrong said.
    Armstrong said Bolton interrupted a drug deal
    and a fine for Wilbourn, Armstrong said.
    Armstrong said of Wilbourn.

  • [3] August 2, 2015 at 6:32pm

    I’m no tee-totaler.

    To prove it; I just drank 4 shots of Jameson, washed them down with a Vicodin infused Guinness, am travelling at 70 mph, not wearing my seat belt, trying to get this stubborn marijuana cigarette lit, leaning over to type this on a laptop laying in the passenger seat, listening to my brother tell a joke over the cell phone I’m propping against my ear, and swearing at all the idiot Florida drivers screaming at me that I’m going the wrong way. How the hell do those idiots know where I’m going!?

  • [5] August 2, 2015 at 2:06am

    Bingo.

    We’ve gotta do something!” That’s what they wanted to create. The problem was the drug cartels were not crossing the border and buying the guns. The Obama administration was arranging for the guns to be bought and then transported to Mexico, and then they sat around and waited for the drug cartels and the other bad guys to start using guns that were easily traceable to American gun stores.

    They wanted the American people to be outraged, but not at them. They didn’t intend for any of that to be learned. All they wanted was the news to be filled with stories about guns, easily obtained in American gun stores, getting into the hands of drug cartel thugs being used to shoot innocent people. The thought was that you would rise up in righteous indignation and demand instant brand-new gun control laws where everybody who had a gun would have to surrender it.

  • [16] August 2, 2015 at 2:02am

    “Federal authorities were allowing Lone Wolf to sell illegal firearms with the hope of tracing the weapons to drug cartels and smuggling networks.”

    That’s one way of putting it. Another, likely more accurate way of putting it, would be:

    “Federal authorities were allowing Lone Wolf to sell illegal firearms with the hope of arming the weapons to drug cartels and smuggling networks to drum up support for further 2nd Amendment infringements when the guns started wreaking havoc in the US.”

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  • [207] August 1, 2015 at 4:16pm

    Is he Kenyan? He should run for the Presidency. He can make Biden his VP.

    He’d be a lock, though his rap sheet may not be long enough to get the Crip’s vote, a very key demographic to winning the Whitehouse.

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  • [8] August 1, 2015 at 3:18pm

    Blaze how about you follow up on a piece of viralganda you helped propagate last week?

    http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/08/01/mideast-crisis-turkey-kurds-idINKCN0Q636Y20150801

    “We consider recent movements of the Turkish military as provocative and hostile actions,” the statement said.

    “We ask our partners in the U.S.-led international coalition against ISIS to clarify their approach towards these actions of the Turkish military.”

    Turkey made a turnaround last week by granting U.S.-led forces fighting Islamic State access to its air bases.

    So the Kurds in Iraq are now questioning where the U.S stands. Makes sense, everybody else, including those in the US, is as well…

    I guess this is what the NATO meeting was to discuss. The US gets to use Turkish air bases, the Turks get to bomb Kurds.
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/07/27/photos-show-the-moment-a-syrian-boy-was-beaten-for-trying-to-sell-tissues/#comment-9566245

  • [2] August 1, 2015 at 10:38am

    That is to say the status quo of corruption, of power grabs by unelected appointed people headquartered in a bureaucracy thousands of miles away from most individuals, is not sustainable. We may call our nation a Constitutional Republic, but as a people in large percentages, we certainly don’t elect and represent ourselves as one. Our local representation should be our highest focus and where most governing power should be located, DC should be somewhat of an after thought. Instead, local governance is an after thought, and DC is where our passion and focus resides; that’s backwards thinking in a nation that is supposed to be a Constitutional Republic.

  • [5] August 1, 2015 at 10:25am

    I was thinking along the same lines, the GOP doesn’t deserve to win anything let alone a sweep.

    Neither does the party of donkey jackasses.

    I really wish the people could step out of the political two party matrix and elect some real people, i.e. not lawyers or PC suits, into our governments – both local and federal.
    Also, I wish people would focus more on local politics and elected positions. Our passion, as true Republicans, needs to be more locally positioned. If we place most of our passion in races in DC, we will expect the majority of governance to come from DC.

    The Republican philosophy is supposed to demand that governance rules and handling be as close to the individual as possible.

    This means the power of representation should be in the order of Town, City, County, State, Federal.

    Unfortunately, the passion of the vast majority of us, and I get caught in this game too, seems to be Federal, State, County, City, Town. This is in my view the root of why everything seems upside down/inside out. We have been indoctrinated to forget where the power, and our political passion, needs to reside in a Constitutional Republic. Getting real people into all branches of government is the only way to solve our current state of affairs and bring governing authority closer to each individual; if we continue not doing that, it’s not hard to foresee a civil war developing.

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  • [1] August 1, 2015 at 12:10am

    Want to brown shirt?

    There’s an app for that!

    http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Neighborhood-Safety-App-Allows-Users-to-Report-Local-Water-Waste-268499942.html

  • [3] August 1, 2015 at 12:08am

    That said…

    The brown shirting is already weaponized against game hunters.

    I don’t think anyone can argue that.

  • [18] August 1, 2015 at 12:06am

    Well, I for one am quite leery of these brown shirt turn in your neighbor tactics we’ve been seeing.

    California now has a system to report your neighbor wasting water:
    http://www.amwater.com/caaw/page24265.html

    Hate your neighbor? Tell this sheriff they are are a drug dealer, pop some corn, and watch a SWAT team storm their house
    .
    While we’re at it, we might as well start reporting where the jews and christians live, or the alternative life style folks, or the conservatives or the leftists, or illegal aliens, or patriots… I mean, this trend is only training the next generation that brown shirting is encouraged; only a matter of time before it’s weaponized against someone…

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  • [15] July 31, 2015 at 11:55pm

    ..and then taxed you for providing a wallet removal service.

  • [11] July 31, 2015 at 11:52pm

    Great response to this woman who moves in mysterious ways.

  • [302] July 31, 2015 at 11:50pm

    *** “It’s a bad rap this city gets and it’s typical that people think New Yorkers are horrible. This girl just completely typified the stereotype,” he added. “She’s just wrong. Bono should have revoked her ticket.” ***

    No. Let’s be honest here. What she did was point out that on the day the dude crashed on his bike, the stereotype was proven to be right after she watched New Yorkers ignore the injured man. I’m sure it made a mark on her and she’s sharing her story. New Yorkers had the chance to prove the stereotype wrong, but in this case, they didn’t. Instead they simply reaffirmed it.

    But with his statement, I guess we can now say: New Yorkers… they’re all in denial AND they’re so self centered they pass by the injured in their daily rush to do nothing important.

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  • [13] July 31, 2015 at 11:44pm

    I guess I’ll repost my comment because of dejavu:
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/07/29/read-statement-from-group-behind-planned-parenthood-videos-after-court-bars-release-of-new-footage/

    So wait, it’s legal for the government to setup sting operations where they pretend to be something they are not; but if a group of citizens do the exact same thing the courts can silence them.

    Interesting place we find ourselves.

    This is a slap in the face to the statement:
    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or ***abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press***, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petitition the Government for a redress of grievances.

    But alas it is we the people who required permission slips granted by the state (AKA a permit) to exercise the second, it seems now the same thing is being done to the 1st; just this time not by the people. Where’s your state approved permit to keep and bear arms? Where’s your state approved press permit? Where’s your state approved speech permit? Where’s your state approved religion permit? Don’t have one? Then you don’t have the right.

  • [3] July 31, 2015 at 3:06pm

    These are not the original emails. Where are ethe originals? Look at the timestamps, these have been obviously fabricated.

    I.e. there is no such thing as “23:51 PM”. The 24 hour clock doesn’t use AM or PM. The server also used the 12 hour clock? In a span of 15 minutes, at nearly midnight, the server settings jumped from a 12 hour clock to a 24 hour clock, back to a 12 hour clock? This either proves her email admin was working harder than her at midnight 9/11/2012, or these emails are doctored.

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  • [28] July 30, 2015 at 4:55pm

    “Because you don’t want any tax money to go there.”

    Se the argument of the left is so twisted. Studies have been done.The donations to charities and churches of conservative middle class Americans benefiting hospitals, shelters, and medical assistance far outweigh those of left leaning middle class Americans; it’s nearly five fold.

    Studies also show that charities and and churches are far better at getting money more efficiently to the families that need assistance. People who are pro-life understand the government is wasteful, so yes, most are against taxes as the taxes eat into the charity they know works.

    Oh, and the anti-choice extremists are the ones telling me I can not choose how to defend myself, my home, and my country. If I choose that a 30 round mag in a full auto M-16 is the best way to protect my life and loved ones but can not, who is it that has removed that choice?

    If I want to choose a 3 gallon toilet, but can’t, who is it that removed that choice?

    If I want to choose an incandescent light bulb but can’t, who is it that removed that choice?

    So because people on the right believe that a healthy baby should have a choice in life they are the “anti-choice” extremists?

    Your logic is terrible in your trolls; but that’s all your side has, the bad logic of trolls.

  • [61] July 30, 2015 at 4:43pm

    CAUTION: Unbridled honesty ahead.

    You know what, he’s right. This is indeed the tactics of the extreme right, and I’m glad to be standing here on the extreme right since that is the case.

    But in acknowledging that the videos exposing PP for what it is are the tactics of the extreme right, I submit what this premise must mean with evidence:

    So if the videos are tactics of the extreme right, these must then be defined as the tactics of the moderate right:
    http://clinicquotes.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/abort10w92.jpg
    https://pointmanblog.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/aborted-fetus.jpg
    http://www.14publications.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/35.jpg

    I’m proud to be on the “extreme right”. To be a moderate right winger in the face of such evidence is terribly immoral.

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  • [8] July 30, 2015 at 1:08am

    Classic.

    Slick Willie Clinton will be looking to hire you to his wife’s campaign in 5, 4, 3…

    I hope they release it anyways. Not leak it. I hope they own it. Take the prosecution of the release up through the court of appeals if the state moves forward with their threat of litigation against them.

  • [76] July 30, 2015 at 1:02am

    So wait, it’s legal for the government to setup sting operations where they pretend to be something they are not; but if a group of citizens do the exact same thing the courts can silence them.

    Interesting place we find ourselves.

    This is a slap in the face to the statement:
    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or ***abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press***, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petitition the Government for a redress of grievances.

    But alas it is we the people who required permission slips granted by the state (AKA a permit) to exercise the second, it seems now the same thing is being done to the 1st; just this time not by the people. Where’s your state approved permit to keep and bear arms? Where’s your state approved press permit? Where’s your state approved speech permit? Where’s your state approved religion permit? Don’t have one? Then you don’t have the right.

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