User Profile: KJGreen


Member Since: July 03, 2012


  • April 16, 2014 at 2:54pm

    Do as I say, not as I do…

  • April 16, 2014 at 12:53pm

    She can’t be that dumb, can she? Oh, wait ….

    She might want to relocate to California and run there. The voters there would probably elect her in a landslide.

  • April 14, 2014 at 10:54am

    Yep, they can bring their own food if they want…. Not for long.


  • April 12, 2014 at 3:36pm

    And this is worthy of a sensational headline and cluttering of your webpage, why?

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  • April 7, 2014 at 6:28pm

    Lighten up Francis!

    Everything the Dems do is based on emotion. Don’t like it getting called out?

  • April 3, 2014 at 4:35pm

    From the progressives’ dictionary:

    Accepting or allowing opinions from others as long as they agree with us.

  • April 3, 2014 at 10:36am

    And we can’t judicially order the sterilization of such miscreants? Of course not, it would infringe on their rights.
    Just so I am politically correct, assuming these alleged charges are proven, it will have been shown they are incapable of adequately dealing with the children they’ve got and should not only lose those, but also lose the ability to compound the problem with additional children.
    Side question — any bets on whether these d-bags are on the government dole?

  • April 1, 2014 at 4:16pm

    Try Al Gore, 1995 and 1996, fundraising from the White House.

  • March 16, 2014 at 11:48am

    Can we get this guy to start being president and stop trying to be an effin’ celebrity?

  • March 5, 2014 at 9:04pm

    Two things:
    1. Once someone points out a public statement by Cummings about his dismay about how Harry Reid runs the Senate, I’ll be sympathetic to his complaint. Until then, to paraphrase his colleagues from the Senate, you lost the election; elections have consequences, STFU.
    2. Can we get someone to introduce a bill that will revoke the pension of any government employee who chooses to take the 5th on matters related to their official duties. If they do not want to respond to inquiries regarding their official behavior, I don’t think we should be on the hook for paying them for those official duties. I bet a crafty attorney could draft something that balanced the constitutional rights of the government servant (including congressmen/women) with our rights to not have to foot the bill for the malfeasance of such officials.

  • March 4, 2014 at 4:23pm

    “The 24-hour turnaround by the U.S. legal system was highly unexpected.”

    Look for more “unexpected” decisions to come in the near future. Anything to polish the image of the current administration to help his cronies get re-elected in November. Look at the latest ObamaCare policy deferral.

  • March 4, 2014 at 11:23am

    I couldn’t help but notice the irony in this article. Assuming the numbers they cite (“could prevent up to 2,000 premature deaths and could reduce hospital visits for asthma-related illnesses by the thousands”) could in fact be attained, at what cost per? Will they allow this same standard when determining what healthcare will be allowed or not (aka death panels)?

    Herein lies the fallacy of the “if it saves just one life” policy of the White House (google the phrase followed by either the name Obama or Biden). If it suits their needs, they’ll use it; if not they won’t.

    But hey, I’m a conservative, so I want these people with asthma to die, right?

  • March 3, 2014 at 4:36pm

    And right after the phone conversation between Obama and Putin, he went into the corner and curled up in the fetal position. Obama that is …

    This is what you get when you put an inexperienced narcissistic political hack into such a position of leadership.

    About the only person happy with Obama right now is Jimmy Carter. He just got lapped by Obama in the race for who is one of our worst presidents ever.

  • February 26, 2014 at 4:24pm

    And the kid who writes how unions have outlived their usefulness and are now tools of the left? Bet he gets a good grade. LOL

  • February 19, 2014 at 12:05pm

    Of course they will fight on. Being a lefty means never having to accept an outcome you don’t like. They will look for the courts, the federal government, whatever crack that might open to give them the desired result.

    When they reach that result, don’t you dare try to overturn it … it’s will then be the “law of the land”, “settled science”, etc.

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  • February 4, 2014 at 3:17pm

    As I read this article shortly after reading about the farm bill, I found two problems waiting to solve each other!

    If you go to the website, you can see they produce nutritious meals for six children at a cost of $1.32.

    The federal government should replicate this operation, and distribute these kind of meals instead of food stamps. You kill several birds with one stone — reducing food support costs; eliminating purchases of non-essentials with food stamps, eliminating the market for food stamps, and … the school kiddies can take their field trip to the government site to help them pack the meals. Two problems solved!

    Oh wait, I just thought of a couple problems:
    1. When has the government done anything as efficiently as a private organization? The cost per meal probably would be $18.74.
    2. This would not be feasible as we would be demeaning the food support recipients by requiring them to eat such food. What about their dignity?

  • January 30, 2014 at 2:36pm

    “So wrong,” wrote one individual, “gore and tragedy is the right way to send a simple message to public, especially to younger generation?”

    Yes, because the younger generation is incapable of internalizing a simple message when delivered in a normal, calm, manner.

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  • January 30, 2014 at 2:24pm

    One comment illustrates the problem we have in Washington. Quoting Waxman, “…After 40 years in Congress, it’s time for someone else to have the chance to make his or her mark…”

    After 40 years????????????????????

    Congress isn’t supposed to be a career. We need term limits to get them out of this mode (both parties)

  • January 29, 2014 at 11:17pm

    Sure, let’s go to Canadian-style healthcare. There program is so successful that many of their citizens come to the US for healthcare. Even one of the ruling class there, the prime minister of Newfoundland came to the US in 2010 for heart surgery. And let’s look at commentary from their supreme court in 2005, which commented “Access to a waiting list is not access to health care.”.
    By the way, having a Nobel [not noble] prize (not noble peace prize] doesn’t necessarily affirm someone’s general credibility. It is normally for a specific body of work and that was the case for Krugman. Even today’s Obama doesn’t stand up to the ideals of the ill-given award he got.
    When you get a chance, send us some of the stuff you’re smoking … it’s got to be pretty good stuff.

  • January 27, 2014 at 2:51pm

    The state of the union has become nothing but a campaign event with pandering by all political parties regardless of their affiliation. Enough of the theatrics and people as props.

    On the other hand, some theatrics in response to the president talking about how he will go around Congress to get his way might be in order. In response, let’s have a magician who makes the constitution disappear.