User Profile: knowbodyknows


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  • [1] December 21, 2014 at 3:15pm

    This is actually what’s killing America. This was Mr. Brinsleys fault. He’s the man that shot the officers in case anyone was wondering. It’s common for people to create bad guys so they have someone to take their frustrations out on. Since the perp (Mr. Brinsley) shot himself, he denied society its revenge. Now society wants someone else to hang in an attempt to make the feelings of helplessness go away.
    This senseless blaming is the basis of all the current laws we have that are turning this country into a police state. All while preventing deaths still remains an unachievable goal.
    I don’t think I agree with Bill de Blasio on anything but that is irrelevant. I don’t live in NYC so it doesn’t affect me. New Yorkers (probably with the support of the police union) elected their own mayor. If they don’t like their selection it’s up to them to correct it.
    The last thing we need is a political environment where all the elected people will do is run around trying to get each other jailed for something they said. While this murder is very sad, it’s only one of many murders that occurred that day. Why does no one mourn all the others? Who else should we hold accountable for those deaths? How many more can we blame for those acts? Remember if the blame goes far enough it may eventually reach you.
    Saying words kill is even sillier than saying guns kill. People kill, lets keep our facts straight.

  • [11] December 21, 2014 at 2:41pm

    President Barack Obama had a message for the racial discontents of America: Don’t ignore how far we’ve come.
    Shouldn’t that read “a message for myself and my followers.”
    Racial tensions were pretty low in this country until we got a “race baiter in chief” that needed to hide behind racism to escape accountability for his failures.
    Remember this in 2016 when the left is running on the “it’s time to elect a woman” platform. Do we really want 8 years of our president screaming sexism every time she’s challenged or criticized? Can we even afford it?
    We need an administration that we can challenge, criticize, mock, and most importantly hold accountable. Unfortunately this would require electing old white republicans (because the press won’t protect them) who’ll do nothing except kick all our problems down the street dumping them on our grandchildren. Or we’ll have to elect independents (who’ll get protection from no one) which may be a pipe dream considering both sides have enough useful idiots to keep independents out.
    We’re screwed.

  • December 20, 2014 at 8:28pm

    Obama probably demanded Sony concede privately and is now throwing them under the bus publicly.
    This is the same guy that said we could keep our doctors. I don’t believe he’s sincere. He’s only bent over backwards for communists so far. Why would he suddenly think standing up to them is a good idea?

  • [5] December 20, 2014 at 8:18pm

    Apparently he was rewarded with all softball questions. If the only news to come out of a press conference is, who he called on. Then why have the press conference in the first place?
    Perhaps there is a reason some reporters aren’t regularly called on.

  • [42] December 20, 2014 at 5:22pm

    The moral of the story is:
    Gun laws protect no one from gun crimes. Even the citizens are defenseless to help the police because the police (and politicians) have worked so hard to disarm us.

  • [2] December 20, 2014 at 3:01pm

    This is a drug crime. We should start a war against alcohol immediately to put a stop to this kind of behavior.

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  • December 20, 2014 at 2:55pm

    A word of caution for those who may be tempted. I have experience with both used military equipment and buses. Military equipment is nearly impossible to license, a lot of the vehicles don’t even have titles. That said it’s still the easy part.
    Insurance is the major hurdle with these vehicles. The computers decode the vin numbers and will reject vehicles of certain classes automatically.
    DO NOT make my mistake. Check both license and insurance issues before buying one of these vehicles. Unless you have lots of private land to play on you’ll find these vehicles to be very limited on their uses.

  • [237] December 19, 2014 at 1:21pm

    #9 There is no one right way to live.
    Except they obviously don’t believe that since they’ve given you 9 commandment telling you how you should live.

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  • [3] December 19, 2014 at 1:00pm

    The Australians have gone from “That’s not a knife” to “Oh no he has a knife”.

  • [1] December 19, 2014 at 12:47pm

    I’ll bet the orders to comply with the communists are coming from the White House. Production companies care about profit not the feelings of communists.

  • [3] December 19, 2014 at 12:40pm

    It’s against the federal constitution to even have a controlled substance. That’s why an amendment was needed for prohibition. The entire drug war that is being waged at the federal level is unconstitutional.
    Morality is not something people want the federal government involved in. The Nazis believed they were on the moral high ground in their quest to “cleans” the earth.
    Remember the same government that you people want defining morality for you is currently without morals.

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  • [4] December 17, 2014 at 5:25pm

    Bullies love victims. I wonder what Sony will be forced to do next. Make a movie praising Kim Jong Un?

  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 5:14pm

    Is a fine line higher or lower than a red line?

  • [4] December 17, 2014 at 4:48pm

    Our tax code is the symptom not the problem. The federal governments greed is the problem. The tax code is designed to maximize income and minimize transparency.
    Savings are the pipe dream of the “fair tax” crowd. Reducing government never reduces spending, the money just goes someplace else.
    A new tax code will not save we the people from the responsibility to our own governance. We must elect people with a different set of values than those we have. As long as those in DC believe it is their solemn duty to spend as much money as possible changing the tax code would be both temporary and pointless.

    In reply to the contribution The IRS Must Be Put Down Like a Rabid Dog

  • [3] December 17, 2014 at 4:26pm

    I’m thinking there is a lot of bad economic data about to come to light and this is to create a distraction.
    It’s difficult to keep the propaganda ahead of this administration. So occasionally they need a “squirrel” to distract us with.

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  • [18] December 17, 2014 at 4:20pm

    My first thought too. I notice the Reuters guy didn’t comment on the assertion.

  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 4:13pm

    The administration is to blame. Supervise: to direct or oversee the performance or operation of .
    The administration makes more money than the teachers do.
    No, I’m not a teacher nor do I have any in my family. I just believe that the buck stops at the biggest paycheck. In other words, I believe in top down accountability.

  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 3:54pm

    While ignorance of the law is very common it doesn’t work for a defense(unless you work for the government). I always check laws first. It usually results in me changing my mind.
    If everyone performed their civil duty of knowing the law then a lot of these stupid laws wouldn’t exist.
    Problem is there are too many laws to know them all ( I only know the ones I lookup) and it’s impossible to understand most of them because they’re written too subjectively to apply any objective meaning to. In others words you must be prosecuted under the law to find out what’s in the law.
    If the author believes this is outrageous he should spend some time reading law. A career is to be had writing on this topic.

  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 3:38pm

    Lets be honest. They are all hypocrites. Since all we know about any of them is merely the tip of the iceberg there is no way to determine who the biggest one is.
    We’re over 18 trillion in debt but they all claim to be fiscally responsible. They spend more on social programs than anything but claim we need an insurance mandate to make the freeloaders “pay their fair share”. They all run as problem solvers then when they get power they “kick the can down the street” just like every administration before them. They all claim they’re doing it for the children while knowing full well they have every intension of dumping everything on the children. I’ve yet to see a budget proposal than takes less than a decade to “balance”. That tells you right there they expect others to follow through on their plan. Their plans also always require the future to take the hit while the preset (and their popularity) enjoy the benefits.
    I’m getting tired of the idea that only one party is the problem. The political culture of DC is the problem. It can only be fixed by cleaning house. Bums don’t clean up their own messes, we need to throw them out and clean it ourselves.

  • [7] December 17, 2014 at 3:03pm

    Typical of todays administrators, blame the janitor for their lack of follow through. Part of oversight is checking on the work being performed to ensure quality. Everyone in this country expects people with only high school diplomas to be dumb, that’s why you need a college degree for everything now. Checking the janitors spelling should have been a given.
    I’m guessing they did however and just didn’t see the mistakes. When you consider the product of our public schools its hard to imagine the people running things aren’t idiots too. It wasn’t talent that brought us from number one to number fourteen.

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