User Profile: KNaggieland

KNaggieland

Member Since: May 14, 2011

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  • [5] January 19, 2015 at 11:42pm

    Good cops if that is what you call them stand by and do nothing all the time. That is how bad cops get to stay employed.

    Perhaps better than letting the cops lie to theselves and others we should use a better term than “good cops”. I think “passive enablers” is a much more accurate term. It conveys the utter cowardice of these so called cops and allows the public to better understand how a bad cop can rack up dozens or hundreds of complaints without ever facing anything resembling a disciplinary action or God forbid getting fired outright.

  • [2] January 19, 2015 at 10:42pm

    You’re kidding right? A “strong” atheist military? Sure these “strong” atheists who feign all sorts of suffering at the slightest mention of God…what on earth will they do when faced with the jihadi fighters of the pedophile plagerist? Will they run of to the nearest ACLU lawyer to sue? Oh wait that guy was gay so he was tossed out a 40 story window in the name of Allah the moon idol, maybe they could take it to the media ? Oh wait most of them were gay or Jewish or Christian or …. So they got beheaded, raped, set on fire, tossed into a plastic shredder or executed by a 9 year old

    Yup they will last a whole minute an a half before they realize they can praise Allah and just go along to get along after all there is nothing to hold faithful too so might as well go with the crowd.

    Come on you know deep down the only reason atheists never confront Muslims when they insist on and get special treatment at state funded schools is because they hold their so called principles up high only when they can be certain the opposition will not get violent. The slightest possibility that they might get shot up like a French news paper office sends them scurrying like frightened little mice.

  • January 19, 2015 at 10:05pm

    That is a very piss poor analogy. Unless of course atheists begin to shut their mouths and do nothing. Unfortunately atheists are very active in trying to stamp out any message except their own, which is hardly comparable to a device in a state of inaction.
    Actually it would be better to equate atheists with jihadis in that they have exactly the same tolerance and respect for other people’s beliefs.

  • [2] January 19, 2015 at 9:45pm

    Because the self described atheists and secular humanists are not happy unless everyone is as miserable as they are.

  • [3] January 19, 2015 at 9:25pm

    Actually Allah is the name of the pagan moon God worshiped by the tribe Mohammad the pedophile plagiarist came from. You see Muhammad was a schizophrenic low life who had to marry a wealthy older woman or starve, not unlike John Kerry. Anyhow I guess drinking too much expired milk will take its toll.

    Long story short the crazy bastard ripped of the stories he heard Christians and Jews tell then applied them to his pagan idol and it could have stopped there but he managed to get a few followers and he found that is he started small and just killed people from smaller tribes that refused to follow him eventually like any mobster he created a rather large criminal enterprise.

    Heck I bet I could have any atheist shouting prophecies from the roof tops in less than two or three hours if I used the time honored techniques of the Muslim mobsters.

  • [4] January 19, 2015 at 9:10pm

    Whatever, another fake atheist pissed off at God because he did not get a puppy for Christmas.

    Yes words are enough to break the weak little small minded cowardly trolls. They faint and fall about withering in imagined suffering because the G word was on display or spoken.

    So what exactly are the little babies saying? They are saying everyone must shut up except them and only their faith is acceptable. Too cowardly to admit they walk by faith and gambling, playing the odds based on speculative science that at each and every layer is founded on the previous speculations without ever even being proven.

    So I say whatever..there really is not much you can say to irrational screeching baboons. After all they feel they are related to monkeys so we should treat them like monkeys.

  • [7] January 14, 2015 at 9:50am

    Having a homestead property I have discovered the difference in taste of various meats, chicken, turkey, beef and pork all taste better when they are not from the factory. Pigs however are more destructive to property than crowd of Fergussen protestors, so they are not allowed on my propery alive. I hunt the wild ones. You can have the crap from the styrofoam factory.

    If chipotle really cared they could see if there was a way to work out a deal with Texas hog hunters to supply them with wild grown game meats. Not sure on the legalities of selling wild meats for commercial applications but worth a look. Heck give me $50 a pig and I will be sure they die in their sleep while dreaming about organic corn.

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  • [3] January 13, 2015 at 9:20am

    So can anyone answer if this so called war on drugs has an exit strategy?

    I had to miss a day of work a few years ago because the Mexican cartels had a turf war on the central coast of California (hundreds of miles from the border) a body was in the highway and there was only one detour that would have taken me 3 hours to get to work.

    As it turned out the victim was an illegal immigrant who the DEA and multiple sherrifs offices had been monitoring for over 3 years. They could not say how much meth the guy had smuggled or how many lives were destroyed in that 3 years. They just said they were using him to get to the bigger dealers. That is total BS. They know the drugs were coming from Mexico and they know who is sending them.

    What they were doing is following him to the lower level dealers to get random busts for assets forfeiture and the users who generate massive income for the counties through fines and drug diversion programs.

    There is no exit strategy because there is too damn much profit to be made. A single user on a single bust will generate $2000.00 in fines and fees for the county and $1500.00 for a private psychiatrist/counselor who is in good with a judge. A typical office has 45 to 100 People in drug diversion at any given time.

    You do the math and tell me what interest the state has in winning a war on drugs.

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  • [1] January 12, 2015 at 9:49am

    “I don’t care who you are, that right there is funny”
    -Larry the Cable guy-

    It is kinda sad but those boys look like with a clean shave, lipstick and eye shadow they may be able to survive prison.

  • January 12, 2015 at 9:42am

    Dad? Is that you?

    I remember long drives laying in the back staring out through the curved glass of my Moms Baracuda. She always had an 8 track of Guthrie or Dylan playing, sometimes Skynerd or the Eagles.

  • [3] January 12, 2015 at 9:20am

    Total membership in white supremist and Christian identity movement groups ( Christian identity groups are white supremists with a Christian candy coating ) is about 110,000 in the US. Or about 0.00003 percent.

    If however you include churches that preach an antisemitic message like much of what is found in Black Liberation theology (Rev. Jerimiah Wright and Rev. Al Sharpton) the numbers start to climb but still not much.

    Generally speaking you need to find Christians with extreme left wing political views like Socialists or Neo-Nazi’s. In any case it requires a group who mix religion and politics with religion taking a back seat to political views. For someone who spends more time in the word than in the world this is completely incompatible.

  • [7] January 10, 2015 at 6:05am

    Actually the dependency on federal monies look pretty eveny spread.

    So if you calculate what a state spends in federal money that they are required by federal law to spend how does that affect the calculations?

    if you subtract money a state produces in federal taxes would also affect the percentage.

    Texas for example is home to 3 of the top ten federal corporate tax payers. 1 of which pays more taxes than all the individual federal tax payers combined.

  • [3] November 15, 2014 at 6:00am

    There are so many things to be pointed out here.

    There is the obvious:
    Voters are not stupid, most conservative and libertarian voters understood. It is liberal voters that are stupid and willfully so.

    Yes liberal elites really do see the people as sheep that must be controlled and subjugated for their own good.

    And there is the not so obvious:
    Liberal economist actually do understand the fundamental forces that control the markets however they feel they can violate those basic principles and force the market to respond in ways contrary to its own best interest. It does work in the short term but with disastrous results each an every time.

    Just look at the root causes of the housing bubble as an example. The government force banks to provide loans to less that acceptable applicants for homes. The Comunity organizers figured it out and started screaming racism everytime someone of darker skin tone was denied a line of credit….the banks not wishing to fight that front went all in on the government guidelines and as a result they had to distribute the risk. The rest is history.

  • [2] November 12, 2014 at 6:08am

    Under the best coverage for Obamacare the family deductible is $12,500 or roughly more than any lower middle class or working poor family has in disposable income. Without meeting that deductible it is highly unlikely you would receive any care even remotely close to what Glenn has managed to secure.
    If I understand correctly most of his care seems to be under the category of “experimental” and as such definitely is not covered at all under Obamacare.
    With that said my family’s heart and prayers go out to Mr. Beck and his family. His sharing of his health issues provided much needed perspective on his change in outlook. It goes a long way into understanding what he has been saying. From an overhead view his dreams and aspirations of “restoring love” now make 110% sense. Most people when faced with true life threatening situations rarely step so far outside their own ideologies.
    I am usually an optimistic person and I wish I could offer an optimist thought on the “restoring love” idea but I am afraid that what Mr. Shultz has shown is as close to compassion as the modern leftist can ever hope to achieve. I used to have liberal friends but in the last few years they have shown themselves to abandon all rational thought I order to cling to ideology. The last truly civil discussion I had with a liberal was 4 years ago. Since then it seems no matter what I say I am just an ignorant racist, misogynistic pig. At that point I will prepare for the worst and let them fall.

  • [-1] November 1, 2014 at 5:12am

    Of course she was getting sacked, she was challenging the Administration and CBS was not happy.

    Gotta love that (“vaccines cause austism” lunatic movement) statement of yours. Largely ignoring the fact that several courts including in the United States have found sufficient evidence that it is true. Also ignoring that the agency responsible for the research stating that vaccines are safe happens to be the CDC who for some reason can not seem to stay on top of standard procedures and protocols involving disease.

    The same agency that finds most of its researchers and executives from a pool of vaccine manufacturers. I am sure the revolving door of employment between the vaccine manufacturers and the CDC represents no conflict of interest what-so-ever. There is absolutely nothing suspicious about a researcher working to create a vaccine leaving and going to work for the CDC then after they are employed at the CDC they get to determine if the vaccine they helped create is safe and they also get to recommend it be made a mandatory vaccine then they leave the CDC and go back to work for the vaccine manufacture as a VP in charge of the Vaccine division. You would have to be a “lunatic” to think something is not totally kosher at the CDC.
    Yup and how she destroyed her credibility, it sure is a shame. Being targeted by the Administration like a lot of other reporters that were wire tapped and raided. If she had just reported the gospel as it was presented by jay carney…

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  • October 21, 2014 at 8:44am

    Actually this is a different sort of case as the owners of the business are ordained ministers and as such their service is also religious speech. It does not matter if the service is a for profit or not for profit business what matters is do accommodation laws (that is what is being persued in this case) allow the government to force an individual to to give religious speech against their belief.

    This is the slippery slope that was warned against. Since there is no reason to doubt the veracity of the owners statements that they are religiously opposed to gay marriage. A position they already took before gay marriage was an issue in Utah. The next question is does the government Have a right to compell a private citizen to violate their religious beliefs upon pain of losing their livelyhood should they not comply?

    In order for the government to force this issue they have to assume they can both violate the separation clause and the individuals 1st amendment rights. If this is so then it certainly is no stretch of the imagination that the government can then create regulations on religious speech and expression. At this point I would make a joke about the 1st church of the united gay Caballeros but considering the last few years of federal over-reach it seems like it may not be a joke.

  • October 14, 2014 at 10:47pm

    So is that the same lame excuse you use when watching a man beat a child or a woman being raped? It is not your call? So as a “Christian” do you think on judgement day the simple excuse for your moral ambiguity will hold much water in the eyes of The Lord?

    When something is clearly morally wrong and it rises to the level of knowing with certainty that it is a violation of Gods law. You can take a stand or you can deny your lord there is no middle ground.

  • October 14, 2014 at 10:40pm

    Because: “we hold these truths to be SELF evident, that all men are created equal”

    That would indicate that as a nation we should recognize that all humans at the moment of creation until the moment of death have an acknowledged equality.

    “that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,”

    This indicates that they, i.e. All human being from the moment of creation have rights which no man or woman for that matter may take away. And to act in a manner contrary is to commit a crime against the very nature of being human.

    “that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

    And then those very basic human rights that are so precious to the civilized man are clearly spelled out. Notice the very first recognized right it to life.

    So since the likelihood of a human woman woman becoming pregnant with any creature other than another human being it is a fair bet to say both the woman and the physician are committing criminal conspiracy to deprive someone of their basic human rights.

    Is that clear enough?

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  • [3] October 8, 2014 at 8:33am

    So the vid cuts in after the cops drew down when the passenger was looking for id. The cop forward of the pilar is the most likely first to be shot if something does goes south. The officer is clearly standing In a relaxed poster with hands empty. The officers posture does not suggest fear for safety it boldly shows he is not afraid of any resistance that may be offered.

    The civilian in the car is under no obligation to act responsibly or even respectfully towards the officers and having a gun drawn on him for the horrific crime of looking for his ID probably did not put him in a friendly mindset. Clearly both sides got past the gun drawing so there must have been something to put the officers back at ease, however they did not continue the path of de-escalation.

    The officers however as public servants do have an obligation to act responsibly and civilly a responsibility they clearly had no interest in as they pushed to escalate the matter.

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  • [1] September 11, 2014 at 9:48pm

    I totally agree they were acting like men of the flesh and not being spirit filled or led. I am just saying the reactions of the crowd were to be expected.

    I am saying if my family were placed in danger and driven from their land because a country (any country) made a “peace” agreement I would not expect to be a very gracious person. I would try and I would pray a whole lot. but I can not say with any certainty I would be able to reach that place of peace and grace.

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