User Profile: KJGreen


Member Since: July 03, 2012


  • [1] August 29, 2014 at 8:39am

    Liberal tolerance: all principles, opinions and attitudes are welcome so long as they agree with ours.

  • [5] August 21, 2014 at 6:44pm

    The most interesting part of this article was the following comment:

    “Similarly, creative naming and display of vegetables increased selection by 40 to 70 percent.”

    So, let’s rename the vegetable to improve the psychology currently inhibiting one’s desire to eat it? That will make it better. Kind of like naming Obamacare the Affordable Care Act.

  • [8] August 17, 2014 at 8:10pm

    Unfortunately, integrity is missing from so many aspects of our society today. If some of our so-called leaders (political and business) would demonstrate this type of behavior, it might filter down to many others.

  • [4] August 12, 2014 at 12:43pm

    How about pursuing the “patterns of misconduct” in the current administration?

  • [12] August 5, 2014 at 1:39pm

    I’d be interested in hearing more details about what they define as “coercive environment”. Was it someone proselytizing as recruits walked into the office? Or was it just the simple presence of the bibles in the office. If it is the latter, then maybe we have a good screening criteria of new recruits — if a recruit gets offended and can’t deal with this, then how are they going to react when the bullets are flying over their head? And will one of these atheist organizations be at their aid when they are captured and faced with a demand to convert to Islam? Bet not …

    If you want to talk about coercive environment, how about the coercive environment being foisted upon the rest of us by the hypersensitive and too-easily offended segment of our population?

    It’s funny how stuff like this only seems to go one way. Respect my feelings, forget about yours …

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  • August 4, 2014 at 11:25pm

    Wow. It never ceases to amaze me how unabashed some of these liberals are. Like his crony, Obama, he has no respect for the position he has been placed in and no concept of the job he is supposed to fulfill or the boundaries in which they are supposed to operate.

    According to Holder, “the responsibility of the attorney general is to change things [and] bring us closer to the ideals expressed in our founding documents.” It’s amazing that in one sentence he contradicts his own behavior. Number one, he and the rest of the Obama administration are as far from bringing us closer the to ideals that this country was founded on. Number two, the job of the attorney general is not to “change things”, except in the context of providing advice and counsel to the president with regard to laws being contemplated and/or enacted.

    Although you wouldn’t know if based on his performance, the AG job is not: race baiting, ignoring laws he disagrees with, interpreting laws in ways that were never envisioned, stonewalling investigations regarding government misconduct (he is currently Lois Lerner’s best friend), etc., etc., etc.

    Holder may be proud of being an activist, however, if that is the case, then he should find another job where his brand of activism would be appropriate.

  • [2] August 4, 2014 at 7:05pm

    Nice try, LS.

    Just as stating and/or repeating a lie doesn’t make it true (as with your assertion), disputing the truth (as with Pelosi’s claim of the congressman’s statement) doesn’t make it false.

    I suppose the congressman is also lying when he says he didn’t apologize to Pelosi and she is telling the truth about their interchange?

    BTW, we’re still waiting for the video to corroborate the race-baiting congressmen who claimed that racial slurs were shouted at them in 2010. In spite of a $100K reward for such video, none has surfaced. Hmmm….

  • July 20, 2014 at 1:05pm

    Sorry … fumble fingers on the post button…

  • July 20, 2014 at 1:04pm

    Waiting for President Obama to talk about the greed of the corporatists and mandate distribution of excess profits to pave the gravel parking lots in town. Or the video of the lady looking for her ObamaPark that can get paid for out of Obama’s stash.

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  • July 20, 2014 at 1:04pm

    Waiting for President Obama to talk about the greed of the corporatists and mandate distribution of excess profits to pave the gravel parking lots in town. Or the video of the lady looking for her ObamaPark that can get paid for out of Obama’s stash.

  • [3] July 14, 2014 at 12:54pm

    ” …who ran but then dropped a 2012 bid for a seat in Congress,…”

    Any surprise he ran as a Democrat?

  • [6] July 4, 2014 at 12:36am

    Coming soon to a healthcare station near you … the Obamacare panel member transporting patients to the side of the road and throwing them into the ravine.

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  • [33] June 29, 2014 at 1:35pm

    Black study professor … with an attitude (like most of those who study or teach black studies).

  • [1] June 27, 2014 at 12:14pm

    I’m confused. WTF does the IRS paying a $50,000 fine really mean?
    – the fine comes out of their budget
    – their budget comes out of gov revenues
    – the gov revenues come from us taxpayers
    Aren’t we the ones actually paying this?

  • [7] June 20, 2014 at 11:57am

    Democrats: Creators of programs that cause unintended consequences which can only be solved by throwing more money at the programs that caused them.

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  • [20] June 20, 2014 at 11:52am

    Ryan nailed it. The IRS has unfettered power and will squash an unruly taxpayer (defined by them as even someone who is missing a receipt) like a bug. They have no tolerance for simple mistakes; why should we have any tolerance for a colossal blunder (if, in fact, it is a blunder) like this? If a taxpayer provided a similar explanation for a problem he or she encountered, I am certain the IRS’ response would be something on the line of “astonishing” or “incredible” or “strains credulity”.

    Even if you take their ludicrous story of the computer crash at face value, what is their explanation for not having the most basic of safeguards in the way of system backups? Who is the “Deep Throat” in the IRS who is going to blow this wide open?

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  • June 19, 2014 at 5:07pm

    Already got the letter from Randi Weingarten of the AFT assailing the court’s decision. It looks like the same old arguments will be used to attack this decision. The letter included zero commentary addressing the issues the litigants raised (like the year of “lost opportunity”).

    I would copy the entire letter here, but it’s too long. However, here are a few snippets:

    “By attacking the rules that protect and support teachers, the Vergara decision destabilizes public education.”

    “Make no mistake: Last Tuesday was a sad day for public education.”

    “This will not be the last word. As this case makes it through an appeal, we will do what we’ve done in state after state. We will work with parents and communities to fight for safe and welcoming neighborhood public schools that value both kids and the women and men who work with them. No wealthy benefactor with an extreme agenda will detour us from our path to reclaim the promise of public education.”

    “In unity,

    Randi Weingarten, American Federation of Teachers
    Joshua Pechthalt, California Federation of Teachers”
    Can’t wait for the term of my current union contract to expire so I can get out of paying the mandatory fees that are no longer allowed.

  • June 19, 2014 at 11:38am

    I would suggest a review of the meetings log between the Dems and the head of the US Patent office. Probably some threats of losing funding if certain behavior was not forthcoming.

  • [2] June 18, 2014 at 6:41pm

    I like Ankle Grabbers … then Harry Reid could be the team mascot.

  • [2] June 17, 2014 at 9:12pm

    The sad part about this is that if a private organization exhibited even a fraction of this behavior, some government agency would be on their butts faster than Al Sharpton muffs reading his teleprompter.

    They’ve already stacked the deck against the citizen; can’t wait to see the next step — charging a service fee for disposing of your assets.