User Profile: Khthulhu


Member Since: November 10, 2010


  • April 24, 2012 at 12:59pm

    Unfortunately, because he’s white and the attackers black, this will never be classified as a hate crime—especially while Eric Holder is the Attorney General.

  • April 2, 2012 at 2:51am

    Hey Van. Wanna help 100,000 people to change their situation in America? How about training them to qualify for jobs? And while you’re at it, how about training them to be grateful for what they have, training them to be productive members of society, training them to not expect hand outs but instead training them to be entrepreneurs? How about training them to stop being dependent on the rest of us taxpayers? Since Mommy and Daddy have not paid their college loans, maybe you can train them to accept entry level jobs that allow them to work their way up instead of expecting high salary executive positions they were suckered into expecting upon graduation from their ivy league private schools. Yes, a quality education is important and expensive if you live and want to make it in America. But you should view it as an investment in yourself, rather than a payoff because America owes you. Reality check: America owes you NOTHING—you owe her EVERYTHING. Start acting like it.

  • April 2, 2012 at 2:21am

    I ask myself a question every morning, “Why hasn’t someone beat this worthless piece of crap to death with a rusty pipe yet?” And every night I go to sleep disappointed. But every morning I start the cycle again.

  • March 14, 2012 at 12:43pm

    I agree completely. I’ll go on to predict that papers are already being drawn for a law suit against Mr. Smith for defamation of Character. He’ll hopefully get immunity from civil suits if he cooperates with any federal or congressional investigation, if congress has the spine to investigate. At the very least the SEC should be executing putting together warrants to seize email servers. These traders need to be held accountable and the swamp needs draining. It’s just too bad intentionally contributing to the economic collapse of a nation isn’t a hanging offense. Hats off to Mr. Smith. That took ball$!

  • January 18, 2012 at 11:00am

    I agree with a lot, the vast majority, of what Dr. Paul says. I think he’s a man that speaks his mind and doesn’t waver. I like that. I like that his domestic policies are aimed at making our government smaller and less intrusive in our lives. However, Dr. Paul’s foreign policy is downright scary. The idea that Iran is only angry with us because we drop bombs on Mus lims is naive and dangerous. It is a proven fact that Iranian made IED’s have been found in Iraq that were intended to harm and kill American soldiers. It is a fact that Iranian Al Quds terrorist trainers under the guise of acting as Shiite advisers were arrested by coalition forces and eventually released in Iraq. Every major intelligence agency in the world has intel which strongly supports the belief that Iran is working feverishly to obtain a nuclear weapon, and that they are ever closer to attaining that goal. Those same agencies report that Iran supports, both financially and in training and ideology, at least two established terrorist groups that have successfully carried out attacks against US civilians, interests, allies and soldiers. What is to stop them from handing a nuke over to Hamas or Hezbollah? The fact is that Iran is not a friend, and if we do not stop Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon, or the capability, we’ll have another North Korea on our hands and an arms race in the middle east. Do we really want to hand that off to our kids along with the economic mess that Barack Obama is leaving

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  • January 16, 2012 at 6:23pm

    It’s like they’re inbreeding. They are (the folks in charge, that is) actively looking for people of lesser intelligence to breed with if they can’t find a sibling who is more stupid than themselves. After they find a stupid sibling (or someone even more stupid) to breed with, they take turns hitting themselves in the forehead with a hammer as hard as they can stand it because they were told by someone (they can’t remember who it was) that doing this increases intelligence. You see? This is the level of stupid that comes out of California!

  • January 12, 2012 at 11:40am

    Newt Gingrich has every right to ask questions of Mitt Romney, as does any candidate or reporter asking questions. I agree with much of what is being said here about Newt Gingrich. He is an egotistical blowhard who is only trying to get even for his poor performances in the caucuses. He was attacked, so now he feels he mut be on the attack. Whatever the case may be, the potential future president of the United States MUST be vetted vigorously. As flawed an individual and candidate as Gingrich is, he is still nevertheless correct. Romney must satisfactorily put to rest these issues and answer the questions put to him, because you know the media, the liberal bloggers, and the presidents own campaign are going to bring these things up. It’s better to get them out in the open now and allow them to breathe and the public to view them now rather than allow the liberal pundits and media to have ammunition for a gotcha moment later that can cause any candidates bid for the White house to derail. There must be a substantial win by the Republican candidate over Obama in order for there to be no doubt of the outcome. You know as well as I do that if it’s by a slim margin, the election will be stolen by the president if posssible in order to stay in power, and that must not happen. I’m not a big fan of Mitt Romney or Newt Gingrich, but either of these two or almost any of the GOP candidates would be better than 4 more years on the road to communism.

  • January 6, 2012 at 2:16pm

    What planet is he living on? More importantly, what planet are the people who support him living on? Stupid id as Stupid does…

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  • January 6, 2012 at 2:10pm

    This video makes me want to immediately run out and “Raw Dog It” as soon as humanly possible. They spent half a million on this crap? Geez, I’m in the wrong business. I could do a much better job recording and producing a video series for way less. What a waste!

  • [1] January 6, 2012 at 2:06pm

    If you are unhappy with Obama for:
    Lening taxpayer funded money to Solyndra (and other “green” energy companies) as a way of paying off his top campaign donors
    Hiring the most corrupt Attorney General in US history
    Fast and Furious guns that were used to murder Federal Agents
    Using backdoor deals to shove Obamacare through congress and into law
    Having the most opaque Administration in history despite promising to have the most transparent
    Using the EPA and Cass Sunstein to kidnap American energy interests and keep us dependent on foreign oil
    Shutting down US oil production in the Gulf of Mexico while loaning $Billions to Brazil to do just that
    Suing states that enforce immigration laws that the federal agencies don’t enforce
    Punishing Border Patrol agents for defending themselves against drug smugglers
    Enforcing federal policies that punish small business while rewarding big businesses that support him
    Cutting the jobs and retirement of thousands of US military personnel, making a leaner military when Iran is threatening war
    Ordering our troops to flee Iraq and Afghanistan against the advice of our military commanders in the field knowing that the enemy will return there as soonas we leave
    Pushing a $835 Billion stimulus spending bill that promised millions of jobs and delivered close to NONE,
    Then DON’T VOTE FOR RON PAUL. Vote for Rick Santorum or (God help us) Romney. A vote for Paul is a vote for Obama.

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  • January 6, 2012 at 1:23pm

    The article said that the artwork wasn’t damaged but it looks all smudged and runny. Oh wait. That IS the artwork.

    I agree. it seems she is jealous of the artwork since it earns more $ than she does with her doctorate degree in Advanced Afghani Underwater Basket Weaving. No wonder she’s pi$$ed!

  • December 27, 2011 at 12:48pm

    I like the line from Braveheart where King Richard Longshanks tells a room full of advisors, “The problem with Scotland is that it’s full of Scots.” In this case the problem with Washington is that it’s full of corrupt politicians. It’s high time all the establishment prostitutes were kicked out. It’s time to vote in Tea Party Constitutionalists who will abide by term limits and be earning no more than $75,000.00 per year with the same benefits we all have from private insurance companies like Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, and United Healthcare. No more Cadillac plans, no more pensions, no more inflated and bloated salaries. They should be hourly as well, have them punch in like the rest of us. If they’re not in their office or in chambers, they’re not earning.

  • December 26, 2011 at 4:29pm

    Hey, be sure to tell us all where yours is berthed so I can do the same to yours. This is her life and her home. How can you even think of destroying someone’s home like that? What kind of small-minded person are you? Shall I judge your mean little existence with the same barometer? If her neighbors don’t like how she keeps her side of the street they can complain to management, same as anyone else in the world. You, on the other hand, don’t understand how anyone can live differently than yourself, so that makes you a prejudiced moron. I think she’s awesome…and I’m a US Constitutional Tea Party Conservative who will protect her right to live as she likes so long as it doesn’t infringe upon the rights of others. Sinking her boat would break her heart, which would be a sin, and I’m not interested in doing it.

  • December 26, 2011 at 4:18pm

    It’s her business whether her life has meaning. Life doesn’t have to have meaning. Maybe it has meaning for her and that’s perfectly acceptable. More power to her for being happy and having the courage to live within her means. I can think of few ways to live more happily and in harmony than living on a houseboat, rocking with the rhythm of the waves.

  • December 26, 2011 at 12:57pm

    Oh WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGHHHH! You are such a big baby! You got a gift you ungrateful little turd. Instead of saying, “Gee Mom and Dad, thanks for the awesome gift. I don’t know who he is but I’d like to learn” or “Thanks, I don’t agree with him on many issues but I’ll read about him anyway”, you’d rather stay stupid and uninformed. Don’t worry, Charlotte, someone who actually reads something other than Cosmo and US Weekly will be happy to cast your vote. Next time you think, “Hey, why are my taxes so high?”, or, “WAAAAAAAAAAAGH!!! I can’t afford a pedicure because an illegal alien took my job!” try to remember that someone gave you a book for Christmas and you REFUSED TO READ IT!! I don’t agree with many of the things Ron Paul says or thinks but it would be worthwhile to find out about him since he stands a chance of becoming our next president.

  • November 16, 2011 at 6:40pm

    Unfortunately, torture only creates more of them. Now torture of a terrorist for the sake of leaning intel I can agree with, but not the whole make them eat pork and kill them. That’s just mean and makes more of them. I say we let the US armed forces go on a “No Geneva Convention” holiday in some parts of the world. The Roman army was so successful because they understood warfare. Warfare is not for making friends or rebuilding nations. It’s for completely annihilating your enemies. You only kill warriors and not women and children—no one with honor wants to do that. That way you are assured they won’t come back later, and you get to keep your honor at the same time.

  • November 16, 2011 at 3:12pm

    Pay closer attention. She says things like this every day. The people of California have continued to keep her in her nice cushy office, and the rest of us have to hear her spout this drivel.

  • November 9, 2011 at 2:25pm

    Here’s a question: How could Herman Cain, Previously Unknown Yogi Master Of Physical Feats, manage to reach for this woman’s junk with one hand and force her head into his lap with the other while sitting in the drivers seat? Try it. It can’t be done because your own body gets in the way. Unless, of course, you’re “Herman Cain, Previously Unknown Yogi Master Of Physical Feats”. Right Gloria?

  • November 7, 2011 at 11:32am

    I feel this is also supported by the RNC as well, since they are so bent on shoving Mit Romney down our throats. Mit Romney consistently loses to Barack Obama in every poll, but ANY other republican wins hands down in the same match up. Contact Reince Priebus and let him know you don’t appreciate being told who to vote for:
    Republican National Committee
    310 First Street, SE
    Washington, DC 20003
    phone 202.863.8500 |
    fax 202.863.8820
    Just read any fair reporting on what the GOP thinks of Herman Cain. You’ll see that he is maligned by everyone who is anyone in the RNC, and worse by the DNC. If Herman Cain is that despised by both parties, he must be doing something right.

  • November 4, 2011 at 4:10pm

    You know, it never ceases to amaze me just how confused these Catholic liberals really are. What a constant raging battle must be going on in their teeny little brains. “Am I a Catholic that believes in the sanctity of life from the moment of conception and against all forms of political religious oppression, or am I a liberal that believes in destroying a human life simply because I was irresponsible and support the socialist and communist tenets that oppress freedom of religious practice?” It doesn’t make sense to me how they get through each day without their heads exploding from the pressure. I’ll have to ask my mother-in-law who is both a raving liberal and a staunch Catholic.

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