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RaydocX

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  • [10] July 28, 2014 at 10:12pm

    Nixon was impeached when the REPUBLICANS grew tired of the lies and crimes.
    Until the Democrats step up and admit that one of their own has gone rogue, there is no chance impeachment will make a difference.

    Fox reported up to 20% of Dems ARE at that point, but all of this talk is just designed to scare the sheeple into voting to keep the Senate in Reid’s grimy greedy hands.

    And the saber rattling vs. Russia this evening is about a year late… the moment O blinked in Syria Putin moved with the certainty that our President will not follow through on his statements. So why would he worry about new warnings, even threats?

    When history is written, ultimately O’s only legacy will be that he was the first ‘minority’ President… the actual presidency will serve as a low water mark for just how bad a presidential administration can get. Whether or not he is impeached.

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  • July 28, 2014 at 6:09pm

    weak claim, unc… you won’t see it because it doesn’t fit the desired narrative.

  • [1] July 28, 2014 at 6:08pm

    Exactly, True American… Even Drudge is only reporting about the hundreds/ thousands that are protesting in London, Paris, and NYC.

  • [12] July 28, 2014 at 5:53pm

    Monk and Jaycen are spot on…
    sad that if she had the right motives she could be doing great things for the country.

    hard to blame the insurers for taking the money… they have to see where this is headed: one government system that will be ‘managed’ by a single company. How which company will get the contract is a million dollar question, of course.

    There are other bailouts in the offing… Housing is more tenuous than we were being told… Inflation is eroding family budgets across the nation (even though it doesn’t exist), and the artificial elevation of the stock market (the only positive that can be claimed by the President… a DOW increase balloon that has to burst and burst badly at some point).

    oh wait, that will just hurt middle class Americans. we aren’t too big to fail or to be ignored by VJ, BHO, Reid, Pelosi, et al.

    and too many of the GOP are happily listening to the corporations, as well, rather than the constituents.

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  • [3] July 28, 2014 at 5:48pm

    If it was a commercial basis… you buy your GPS transponder, and if you trigger it signal specific drones are provided for the search I have no problem.

    With appropriate oversight and transparency I would even support the availability of drones with FLIR to help along the mountain ranges.

    But you are totally right, if they think this will justify just having drones up all the time watching us ‘just in case’ they are sadly mistaken.

    You would think that the response of even the sheeple to red light cameras and similar invasive monitoring that has been employed (or that they have tried to employ) citing ‘public safety’ would have taught them a lesson.

    Sadly, i think that lesson is just to be less transparent/ honest about their real motives and plans.

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  • [9] July 28, 2014 at 5:11pm

    Exactly, MasterKey…
    this could not have happened in no gun New York… the officers must have imagined they were shot.

    I knew it was a faux story when de Blasio was quoted as saying he prayed for anyone… such talk is not allowed in the secular progressive world.

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  • [5] July 28, 2014 at 4:27pm

    Th3o… great note, and i agree…

    i happen to like roles/ movies both of these actors have done.
    unprofessional can be refreshing if it’s organized and all are treated well.
    so i’m not sure what the beef is… i’d happily do a role in 24 and take my shoes off.

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  • July 28, 2014 at 4:24pm

    how dare y’all apply logic and reason…
    sad that people not directly impacted by the purported abuse feel the need to make it an issue. there are poor souls that can only be something resembling happy if they are complaining or making someone else’s life misearble.

  • [2] July 28, 2014 at 3:26pm

    don’t want the hassle of TSA acting like i’m a terrorist if they find it, and guess it isn’t so cheap i would happily discard it…

    i carry the uzi tactical pen, and usually can find a plastic serrated knife in the eateries once you are through security.

    lost an obsidian knife last time we came back from the yucatan, left it in the carryon with the incidental souveneirs. Guess it was karma for bargaining hard for it in the first place.

  • [3] July 28, 2014 at 1:12pm

    True. And despite how backwards the head leadership is in Moscow, you know those who saved that man’s life did not go back to the station and have to worry about some bureaucrat or public organizer calling them to task for using ‘unnecessary violence’

  • [3] July 28, 2014 at 1:01pm

    Great comment, Indy… of course, they cannot let the sheeple know that.

    And DLV is right… if the government is not spending your tax dollars supporting abortion, and is small, which means it cannot (even if it wanted to) go after people for their private social behaviors and beliefs, everyone would be happier.

    That is, LGBT community would not face prosecution. Of course, they would not get blanket protection from anything that every American is not protected from, but the too oft reported claim is that they fear persecution from the government.

    And the correctly called out subsidies to corporations and big businesses would have to stop as well… sink or swim on your own.

    Any rational American can look at what our government is doing and understand it cannot continue in this way forever. Pushing a Left agenda because you want to protect abortion or LGBT rights is ultimately a losing venture, because the entire house of cards will come crashing down, but right now, the threat claimed by the Pelosis and Moores is enough to scare neutral votes into supporting the Democrats.

  • [3] July 28, 2014 at 12:05pm

    you are not kidding…. read Berlin’s book, the Ghost Map about Cholera in London when the ‘miasmatic’ theory held sway despite any evidence to the contrary.

    It reminded me of the present push to adhere to ‘man made climate change’ or whatever else they want to name global warming considering this is the coolest summer on record or something like that…

    Science as a body can make a decision and then accepting that the finding was wrong becomes very difficult… evidence of fudged data, contrary data, lack of predicted outcomes, none of it seems to matter (to scientists or politicians).

    The only question is whether the jokes about science’s selling out to politicians over global warming or the jokes about how atrocious the world’s greatest nation’s leadership was in this same time will be the more amazing jokes. At least without political intervention scientists do little to change/ damage the world.

  • [15] July 28, 2014 at 12:00pm

    how about we call for an unconditional leave of office for the Pretender in Chief.

  • [5] July 28, 2014 at 11:36am

    you imply you want those someones to come back to continue to cause grief?

    the common arguement today is that ‘everyone has heard of near death experiences’ which was not true for my grandfather when he had his experience.

    and the claim that is it merely final bursts of neurons does not explain the ability of those who have such experiences to recount actions in the OR that they have no education experience or understanding of in waking daily life when recounting the episodes.

    it is an interesting phenomena that those who do not believe feel compelled to ‘debunk’ near death experience… I suppose because to do otherwise would threaten their own belief set.

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  • [2] July 28, 2014 at 11:20am

    maybe true, #, but he was far from the only one…

    and when mr. ‘flag bearer of anti-doping’ is found to be doping as well…

    oh, wait, he is not American. There will be no decades long witch hunt, including an extrajudicial trial with no legal representation or impartial oversight extending most of a decade beyond his retirement to force him to admit what facts might only imply…

  • [6] July 28, 2014 at 11:10am

    at least ‘the narrative’ is more important to the White House and most MSM than reality, to be sure.

    And sadly it works; witness the ‘thousands’ protesting in NYC and London and Paris.

    Maybe we should take the ICE planes and ship those protesting to the West Bank for a month… six weeks. Let them see just what reality is. They can spend a weekend in Mosul on their way back.

  • [8] July 28, 2014 at 9:58am

    never happen… he is not empathetic enough to care about others afflicted.

    ebola has been aboard an airplane, now… so much for ‘flight crews are trained to look for signs of the disease’ but then it starts out looking very much like flu.

    still no sign this has acquired the ability to be spread through the air, which would be a disaster, but sad that there has not been more coverage of something that could be a real pandemic issue, as compared to the host of ‘the world could end by…’ programs and news reports.

    gotta wonder who in the White House is hoping it jumps to our shore, so as to ‘not let a crisis go to waste.’

  • [6] July 28, 2014 at 9:53am

    There has always been an administrative bureaucratic resistance to admitting to even small mistakes, a fault prominent in the FBI and usually a fault prevented from becoming empidemic in the administrative branch by the MSM…

    There was evidence, which the FBI vigorously tries to ignore– though THEY were the ones following the leads, generating the evidence– that there was at the least additional assistance and possibly assistance from foriegn, shall we say Middle Eastern elements.

  • [4] July 28, 2014 at 3:12am

    Lifetime student.

    I am curious how this discovery led back to him… One assumes there was no, ‘if found, contact…’ On it. I understand there was incriminating data on his computers, but how did they connect the dots finding him?

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  • [20] July 27, 2014 at 2:43pm

    Because the coexistence thing is working so well in Mosul…

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