User Profile: KNaggieland


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  • [8] June 6, 2015 at 7:46pm

    First off Muslim is NOT a race, perhaps because she grew up in a society that prevents women from being educated she is unaware of the meaning of the word “racist” at best they were being bigoted.

    As for the beating, I guess she may not have understood as her husband usually uses a dowel the same diameter as his thumb.

    I suppose if the police had beaten and raped her when they arrived then charged her with immoral behavior and disturbing the peace then gang raped her in jail until the day of her execution then she would know how other religions feel when visiting Muslim countries.

    But then again as it is holy writ for a Muslim to lie in order to forward the caliphate then I suppose I want to see the security camera footage as we are talking about London, England.

  • [11] May 13, 2015 at 5:07pm

    I heard this sad bit by Glenn and gang.

    So let’s set the record straight kyle was alive and well when the lawsuit started and his being dead does not in any way change the reason for the lawsuit.

    ventura is no saint and quite possibly insane but that does not mean he is less entitled to the protection of the law unless of course we are going to create a class society where certain persons have different protections.
    So far a court has found the Kyle made false statements about Ventura for the purpose of profiting from sales of his book.
    So what I heard Glenn “joke” about was that he would like to provide FALSE WITNESS in a trial so as to deprive one citizen his due process.
    I do not think what Glenn did was very funny however it was a peek into the dark side of his soul.

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  • [1] May 11, 2015 at 1:15pm

    Well they better go big or go home, if they think hacking a Twitter account or news network is going to work they are very mistaken.

    If they actually do accomplish anything then perhaps it is for the better in that Americans may take seriously the Islamic threat. It would be interesting to see how the toddler in chief handles a real wide scale terrorist attack.

    The only thing that frightens me is a successful attack would open the door wide for any republican candidate in 2016, given how the GOP establishment works that would probably be another Bush.

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  • [1] April 28, 2015 at 1:56pm

    I think the activist sorta has it right. These racists and their racist policies have created this problem.

    Unfortunately until these racists stop expecting the world to give them free everything and stop acting like victims when they are infact the perpetrators nothing will change.

  • [7] April 26, 2015 at 11:20pm

    There is a simple way to control the crowd. Rubber bullets, boatloads of tear gas, water cannons, and a good solid azz woopin with an Asp or pr24 baton.

    The problem most of these thugs have is their fathers were sad sacks and pathetic excuses for men and their mothers were too busy partying and making more thugs with sad sack pathetic excuses for men. What they dearly need is the firm solid hand of discipline and it starts with a solid beat down to show them they are not the boss and it ends with them on hands and knees cleaning up the mess they made.

    A criminal justice system does work because people fear punishment, it works when people are certain of punishment.

  • [4] April 8, 2015 at 1:40pm

    The front pasture is a good place to practice around here you let the grass get tall then practice hitting the rabbits as they break to run. Fast moving small taget with random direction changes and a short window in which they are visible.

    And it is just a hell of a lot more fun than a range.

  • [6] March 17, 2015 at 9:22am

    It gives local law enforcement time to train up the more trigger happy cops before they start seeing people openly carrying a firearms. Texas is not any different than any other state in that we have plenty of cops that are not exactly MENSA candidates.

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  • [2] March 17, 2015 at 9:07am

    Actually there are 23 stages over 3 distances of 3,7 and 15 yards. Failure to follow instructions is an automatic fail. The total shots fired will be 50. Each shot is worth up to 5 points. 175 points are needed to pass. A shot within the 8 ring on a standard silhouette is worth 5 points, within the 7 ring is 4 points and on the body is 3 points. No specialized aiming devices are allowed standard sights only. Each stage is timed, 20 rounds at 3 yards, 20 rounds at 7 yards and 10 at 15 yards.

  • March 17, 2015 at 8:26am

    That is not MN. It is Baja Canada or in the native language Baja Canookistan.

  • [4] March 17, 2015 at 8:24am

    It is always nice to see a liberal hoplophobe demonstrate their complete ignorance on the subject of firearms. The only thing that is better is when they season it with a demonstration of their lack of reading and comprehension skills with just a dash of their inherent bigotry.
    If you had actually read the article you would have gleaned that the bill will require the person who wants to open carry to have a concealed carry permit.
    If you knew anything about concealed carry permit holders you would know they are among the most law abiding groups of citizens.
    If you had any knowlege of Texas you would know it is already legal for us to carry a firearm in the car without a permit.
    Don’t think however that I do not understand your position. I get it that most people view themselves as normal or average. It naturally would follow that liberals would think most people are just like them. If this is true most liberals must see the average person as immature, emotionally stunted, fearful of almost anything, woefully ignorant and lacking self discipline. Fortunately for liberals this is far from the truth and most people are not like them. Fortunately for most liberal Texans most Texans are not like them and we are more than willing to accept them.
    We do however wish liberals would remain seated until the shortbus came to a complete stop and that they would keep their special helmets on at all times.

  • [12] February 27, 2015 at 5:54pm

    As a Texan allow me to explain, there are more firearms in the tool sheds of Texas than the armories of the USMC. Unless you live in Houston, Austin or Dallas it is a foregone conclusion that you own guns, not “a gun.”

    Unless you have forgotten our flag that says “come and take it”

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  • February 25, 2015 at 1:52am

    Actually I have always wondered why a federal building (AKA a strategic target in any kind of warfare foriegn or domestic) would house a day care center? Unless of course you wanted props to generate a lot of moral outrage at the same time silencing a lot of obvious questions.

    For example: if you had a chemical weapon that you knew was lethal to small adults and children and you also knew that gas masks were not manufactured in sizes to accommodate small adults and children. Would you use that weapon against a structure occupied by mostly small adults and children?

    Or say a US Marshall claims to have been attacked first by a boys dog and then shot at by the boy after shooting the dog that was attacking him why is it that both the dog and the boy have only bullet wounds consistent with being shot from behind?

    As for Rand and her opines on violence, non-aggression can only be achieved once a particular philosophy has been achieved. Until the then primary driver is the mind and the desire to sustain life. If as in the case of Mcveigh you were to interpret the actions of a single office of a particular federal agency as the source of initial force (evil violence) then it would become inherent to the mind that continued survival would require immediate removal of such a threat.

    If we are to believe the testimony of the two men who stood trial it would seem McVeigh did nothing to violate the basic principles of the mind.

  • [1] February 25, 2015 at 1:01am

    Just another “good cop” out protecting the community.

    He’s on unpaid leave now and in two weeks it will be paid leave in 6 months he will be “cleared” of any wrong doing and put back on a beat with a raise and back pay for the unpaid time off. In the mean time 6 or 8 of his buddies will be sure to “educate” the homeless man in the error of his ways and why he was wrong to force the “good cop” to slap him around.

  • February 21, 2015 at 6:04pm

    Brezhnev took Afghanistan.
    Begin took Beirut.
    Galtieri took the Union Jack.
    And Maggie, over lunch one day,
    Took a cruiser with all hands.
    Apparently, to make him give it back.
    -Pink Floyd-

    Actually after the 70+ days of combat that was the Faulkland conflict Galtieri surrendered to the British and the overthrow of the Galtieri Junta began. The military no longer supported General Leopoldo Galtieri as the leader of Argentina and after 3 days and a hell of a lot of bullets Galtieri was overthrown and Argentina had a new corrupt ruler. In all honesty Beuno Aries was probably a much bigger hotbed than the Faulklands..

  • [4] February 16, 2015 at 10:01pm

    Absolutely nothing, the tens of thousands of Muslims living in Houston are just fine and they even have an Ahmadiyya Muslim mosque in addition to all the other sects of Islam and their mosques.

    As you have clearly demonstrated total ignorance allow me to educate you. The Ahmadiyya are sort of like the Muslim version of The LDS. They are for many other muslims the most offensive kind of apostates.

    On the other hand we have had our fair share of honor killings in Texas as well as a bonefide Islamic terrorist attack and several cases of people providing material support for Islamic terrorists.

  • February 12, 2015 at 5:54am

    Considering many of the laws that have been passed, I would rather have them sitting around doing nothing and smoking pot.

    Of course it could be argued that if they had not already been smoking a lot of pot many of the laws they have created would not exist either.

    Would you at least be willing to trade 3 potheads for 1 useless drunk and get rid of Boehner?

    Just a thought

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  • [8] February 10, 2015 at 5:52am

    The is no such thing as news today, it is all opinion, the largest part of the problem is not nessesarrily the media. That distinction goes to the American people. Special interest groups have made so many formerly private personal issues into political hot topics and areas where regulators and legislators used to steer clear of are now areas where special interest groups ask them to tread.

    We have invited the Government into our marriages, our child rearing, our drinking water our supermarkets our stock markets our banks even in between our sheets in our own beds. All in the persuit of safety and security. I believe someone once said something about people who would trade freedom for security and it looks like they were correct.

    The most despicable words ever to leave a human beings mouth are ” there ought to be a law”.

    It does not matter if you are. Republican or Democrat it seems both groups are always asking the Government to regulate someone else for some percieved reason that “there ought to be a law”.

    As a Christian I am opposed to gay marriage, as a Christian I am also opposed to the Government treading on Gods turf. The Governments job is to preserve and protect the freedoms and liberties of the people that are Governed so long as the Governered are not interfering with the freedoms and liberties of others. Instead we have a Government persuing ass pats from every special interest group with a k street address.

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  • [9] January 30, 2015 at 10:14pm

    And this is why we can not have nice things.

    I may be wrong but I believe it was Plato who said “90% of the souls of men are the souls of slaves, and no matter how much freedom you give them they will eventually find a way to become enslaved again.”

    Deep in the heart of almost every so called “true or capital Conservative” as well as the great majority of libertarians is a big government, nanny state, subjugated slave. They just can not help themselves they need big government and force to subjugate their neighbors and not once realizing they are in the same cage.

    If you honestly believe the government should be able to force people to vaccinate their children then please by all means stop what you are doing and re register your political affilitation to Democrat. If you vote party line republican don’t bother as you already are a registered Democrat (shhh don’t tell them I told you)

    If this is how cheap liberty is to you, you were one of the knuckleheads who cheered the patriot act parts 1and 2 and now are mad because it is being used against you. You probably think Ed Snowden is a criminal yet you whine like a baby about the NSA spying. Face it if you want to use force against your fellow citizens to act as you think they should and to make the same choices as you, YOU ARE THE PROBLEM.

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  • January 30, 2015 at 8:22pm

    You do realized that the injury rate for children from those horrific bad old days when you either could not get a safety seat or had to special order one has only changed 0.03%?

    I bought into the bs. Even had a custom recaro seat made for my first daughter because I wanted her to have the very best with the latest in impact technology. Then a few years later I read up on the statistics and found the truth. But as a revenue officer and not an actual servant of public safety I guess you already knew it was about generating revenue and not real safety. So whatever it takes to absolve you of your conscience then by all means claim you are doing it for “the children” it is a safe bet no one will challenge you, that is why liberal statist democrats like your mind set, it makes you a good little soldier for their cause.

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  • [1] January 29, 2015 at 8:33am

    I read the comments here and so many call Boehner a RINO. I just do not get why people call left wing Republicans RINO’s?

    The entire leadership of the Republican Party is left of center, 90% of elected representatives with an (R) next to their name vote Democrat/Socialist/Statist at least 30% of the time. Now I could accept compromise votes to forward serious conservative issues but that is not what these votes are most of them are unconditional surrenders (or more appropriately total agreement with the left wing agenda)

    When people really begin to understand that the vast majority of Republicans actually hold very anti-liberty and anti-individual/states rights positions is when thing will begin to change.
    Do not blame the Republican candidate for “abandoning” their platform or the issues. Most of these candidates have told you for a decade or more EXACTLY what they stand for with their votes and yet they return to the campaign trail do a little soft shoe dance and all is forgotten and forgiven.

    You have the right to vote and the only way these people get re-elected is when the people vote for them. I am from Texas we sent you Ted Cruz, good for us, I am proud I voted for him. However we turned around and sent John Cornyn back as well, I would rather have voted for Dianne Feinstien as she seems to hold more conservative values than “big bad John”. John Cornyn is not the problem, the republicans that voted for him are.

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