User Profile: RaydocX

RaydocX

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  • [31] March 25, 2015 at 12:45am

    OReilly is not always right… while vacationing in Colorado a few years ago there was a spat and Bill came down SQUARELY on the wrong side of the issue, but you would only know it if you were in Colorado at the time.

    unfortunately the GOP leadership has demonstrated they too are more intent on holding their power than in protecting the nation. And too many junior GOP politicians go along to ‘guarantee’ their own positions…

    it’s the inescapable result of allowing career politicians to line their nest at taxpayer expense– term limits would blunt the tendency.

    I still watch OReilly at times… he is right more often than the pundits thrown out by the other networks. And Glenn is worth listening to, as well, but neither is infallible.

  • [2] March 21, 2015 at 7:07pm

    no news indicates they have not gotten the word from DOJ that based on a careful filtering of the available evidence, a skewed ‘finding’ can be proclaimed to charge the LEO of the county in which he died with ‘systematic and pervasive racism’ even though there is no real connection with the man’s death, whether by self infliction or at the hand of others.

    but sadly, truth won’t really matter, just what the media and DOJ can use the man’s death to attain…

  • [1] March 21, 2015 at 6:59pm

    RJ is right… a new party guarantees that the party in power continues to hold that power for at least an election cycle… usually more.

    But the willingness of GOP senators to ‘toe Boehner’s line’ in the hope of getting a committee membership instead of standing up and telling him ‘ENOUGH’ was proof enough to me that the party that exists in DC cannot be reclaimed.

    It’s Glenn’s ‘whether you are driving fast or slow, both parties are heading us right off the cliff’ metaphor. And it may be too late to stop the carnage regardless… better to have those people who would REALLY make a change getting their networks into place without being tainted by the ‘GOP’ for after it all hits the fan and even the sheeple voting for what they are given see that the hand outs are done.

  • [1] March 21, 2015 at 6:54pm

    all of you are right.
    but his refusal to stand up to Congressional spending sprees and double clutching in Iraq instead of completing the task at the outset cost us blood and money.

    I do believe he is a good person, but holds some misguided beliefs, and was misled in what to do by his advisors… the difference from now is that he took his lumps for mistakes made at the suggestion of those advisors, whereas HWSNBN in the WH now insists that mistakes even now ‘are Bush’s fault.’

  • [7] March 21, 2015 at 6:51pm

    well stated, angry…
    whores are maligned in this civilization.
    in discussion with another group about ED coverage years ago, an ED doc arrogantly trotted out the old ‘you’ve already agreed you’re a whore, the only question now is price’ to which i calmly shrugged, assuring him I was confident every person had a price, but that my group’s price was more than he would be able to afford.

    I understand what Glenn was saying, but what he meant was the GOP in power in DC wants all of its supporters to be their sluts, tolerating whatever limited time and attention they offer the voters, acceptance of the endless lies about what they ‘mean to do for us’ all while NOT having to pay for any of their fun.

    and Glenn is right… better to let the Progressives in both parties demonstrate to all the futility and destructiveness of their policies and the sooner the better, so that we can burn it back to the foundation and rebuild based on that ‘quaint’ Constitution rather than making our children or their children have to do that with no real recollection of what that world was…

  • [1] March 21, 2015 at 6:45pm

    Mind… ‘conservative MSM’ I believe is an oxymoron.

  • [6] March 21, 2015 at 6:43pm

    How many hundreds of millions have we squandered, by giving it to the UN.
    I’ll admit it, the IDEA of a League of Nations is great.
    Clearly, though, the PRACTICE is something else entirely.
    Nothing beyond a world greivance committee, where ‘wronged’ parties can air their complaints for the fourth estate to broadcast and civilized countries can opt whether to intervene should exist. Beyond that, it becomes a hypocritical useless body.

    I don’t subscribe to the black helicopters, but the time America stopped adding to its debt by funding this farce passed long ago. It has not prevented war, ended poverty and disease and hunger, or led to better lives for millions living in nations whose citizens are not free. In fact, the President with the cojones to end the farce, eliminating millions taken by tyrants and dictators who use the money and power to further enslave their people would more deserve the Nobel Peace Prize than a host of recent past recipients.

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  • [13] March 21, 2015 at 6:36pm

    American ‘journalism’ was full of plaintive whines that there was ‘racism’ at work… never acknowledging that the actual racist behavior was bussing the muslims in to boost that vote, rather than pointing out the behavior to alert all of the voting public their voice was artificially being muffled.

    as it continues to happen here, though, getting illegals driver’s licenses which can then be used to vote… there will be no fourth estate hue and cry.

    it makes BHO’s suggestion of ‘mandatory voting’ more ridiculous. His party does not want to see everyone vote. only dead and illegal voters they can control.

    Personally, I want a ‘none of the above’ choice, which when it wins eliminates the listed candidates in a follow on ballot and for the next two election cycles. It’s time ‘career politicians’ find a real line of work.

  • [21] March 21, 2015 at 6:31pm

    bacon, the realization that those in power want to curtail 2A and taking preemptive action to protect ones’s family is the opposite of unhinged.

    blink is right… the Right did not dismiss every Reagan misstep with ‘It’s Carter’s fault’ and the seeds of the housing fiasco planted in the Clinton years were never touted by Bush as ‘it’s Clinton’s fault.’ Even when the housing debacle continued into BHO’s presidency, the blame was not correctly placed: Slick Willy and a Democratic congress led by Barney Frank…

    nobody is as unhinged by a loss as the Left… when you can deny reality as completely as they must to believe their policies and positions are correct, such a refutation must be physically painful.

  • [6] March 21, 2015 at 6:26pm

    dumb choice for ink, and i say that as someone with ink of my own.

    of course, the media going along with ‘ISIS’ instead of Daesh, which ‘Isis’ hates…
    both at the media level, that this made news, and his choice of ink and its location do speak to the fall of this civilization.

  • [4] February 4, 2015 at 11:29pm

    True… But be sure of your targets, and don’t make their end a spectacle.
    The farce of claiming Gitmo as a recruiting tool while saying nothing about Daesh’s inhumanity makes it obvious our administration is unable to see the difference between righteous punishment and muder.

    Anyone else wonder what the pardon list will be in a couple years…

  • February 3, 2015 at 9:48pm

    sorry, i’m not buying this ‘shut down’ argument.
    i don’t buy into the claims about global warming… er climate change.
    i agree skepticism is appropriate in vaccine research, and nutrition advice, and supplements.

    i even agree that porn is detrimental. but i don’t believe it rewires your brain any more than i believe that (as scientists said in the 80′s) marijuana wrecks your DNA, or a host of other things ‘they’ claim is true based on retrospective and limited but carefully designed (read skewed or biased) prospective analysis.

    your son’s PS3 did not make him a killer
    your cell phone won’t give you brain cancer.

  • [11] February 2, 2015 at 12:10am

    Only girls… Between Always pretending the majority of men cannot throw farther and harder and run faster than the majority of women, and if not an actor making a little boy feel like an awful person on national TV AND TMobile endorsing nasty cracks about men, these ads seemed to want to emasculate men and boys, which is worse than pretending your company helps a family in the loss of their child.

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  • [6] February 2, 2015 at 12:04am

    His stating this guarantees any attempt at rescue fails… Another aid and comfort to the enemy

  • [4] February 1, 2015 at 1:32pm

    Well explained, Tuma.

  • [29] February 1, 2015 at 1:26pm

    Doesn’t matter if we are talking Americans if Hispanic descent…
    BUT when ‘multiculturalism’ resists ANY merge with established national norms…

    This isn’t new… In med school my rural rotation month was a tiny kansas town. Of the three babies I helped deliver, two were to non English speaking non citizen moms dropping an anchor baby, and that was 1994…

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  • [13] January 29, 2015 at 12:30pm

    it is a tacit arguement…
    the double standard of the courts in arguing a woman and a woman alone can ‘choose’ BUT a man must support the child (and too often that support goes to the woman, with no control of the provider for how the money is spent on the child) nevr gets any consideration in the ‘choice’ argument.

    i also wondered about who would let themselves be impregnated by this obvious grade A winner of a human being in the first place. And what sort of life the child will have, and what sort of predispositions to violence…

    it would be nice if those demonstratd to be sociopaths could be sterilized for the protection of all save for the women foolish enough to date them (maybe add ‘sociopath, beware’ tattoos to their foreheads), except that as this administration and the MSM and bureaucratic syncophants have demonstrated, that mechanism could be distorted to ‘mark’ other sub groups of people that the elites deemed dangerous…

    Funny that… the insistence of the Left to categorize and divide, all while claiming the other side is racist.

    Here’s hoping this woman gets far far away from this loser, and proves nurutre over nature by raising a happy, healthy, productive child.

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  • [6] January 29, 2015 at 11:26am

    sadly, his ‘evolved’ position will not just defend the woman’s right to self-preservation in the setting of health related issues or psychiatric protection in the setting of rape.

    it will not limit the time a woman can ‘choose’ to a reasonable after fertilization period.

    no, the ‘evolved’ position will support the partial birth abortion performed daily in abortion clinics across the nation, in numbers that make the media manufactured ‘death by racist cop’ statistics laughably inconsequential.

    Sadly, I do understand that because of rape and health issues some women will make a terribly difficult choice, and exceptions for such should at least be considered.

    BUT with contraception (paid by the government, now) and with Plan B there is ZERO reason a pregnancy should persist beyong the first two or three weeks if the ‘choice’ was to abort.

    And the utter refusal to acknowledge the childless Amerians who desperately want kids and would adopt… the willingness of government to ‘indirectly’ support abortion with tax money, while offering no programs to encourage completion of pregnancy and adoption are a black mark on the political awareness and humanity of this nation.

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  • [28] January 29, 2015 at 11:18am

    MSNBC… no facts required.

    when even Joe says ‘wait!’ you know the DB spewing bile is nearly off even the Liberal reservation… sadly, only ‘almost’ off, though.

    these fools just refuse to understand that the same way they use uninformed (or MSNBC informed) voters as useful idiots, Daesh and the radical islamists happily use such ‘journalists’ as useful idiots… and yet they would happily take this yammering waste of oxygen’s head off, and when the sheepdogs who guard the deluded sheep are sufficiently weakened by the likes of Obama there will be no one to stand in the way of even ’1%’ of the islamic believers who are radicalized from destroying all who are not ‘their brand’ of islam… including Mohyeldin.

    In point of fact, the ‘we were invader’ arguments fail on any rational and unbiased discussion… America has not and does not invade foreign nations to claim new ground and new citizens… our troops fight and die to protect American lives AND the lives of innocent civilians in the nations where we go to war. And then we pay to rebuild those nations, and support those nations, and defend those nations, all without exacting a toll or even fair repayment. America is not the ‘imperialist’… Daesh is, as they subsume the north of Africa and swaths of the Middle East.

  • [6] January 29, 2015 at 11:11am

    a stronger position, willing to use ‘Daesh’ which infuriates the pretenders, and yet, as per freedom, instead of banning or jailing those wanting to leave, they lay out a clear ‘why you should not’ message, and i suspect will happily count those who go anyway as having abandoned the nation…. compare that to the US where our backwards foreign diplomacy refuses to bar those who abandon the US to champion Daesh from returning as US citizens.

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