User Profile: RaydocX

RaydocX

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  • [2] July 29, 2014 at 12:45am

    right on all counts…
    and there will be GOP candidates who take the bait.

  • [5] July 29, 2014 at 12:44am

    Voice, is that you?!
    love the polysyballic names, doncha?

    but the nonsensical post is more reminiscent of Timmy.

    And conservatives are not opposed to a safety net… It’s called the National Defense, and it’s what the Federal government is charged with providing. Safety nets for citizens should be determined by the states… You’d have California caring for everyone and everything, but with no money for infrastructure, followed closely by Mass, Ore, Washington, Md, Florida, and at the other end, you would have Texas and Alaska and the majority of the fly over states… you know, the states where when flooding ruins people’s homes their insurance covers it or they rebuild from scratch without complaining about how slow FEMA is or blaming others for their misfortune…

  • [3] July 29, 2014 at 12:39am

    if there is not a Democratic anger at the President and support for the move it will be seen as only ‘political’ and will be labeled ‘racist’ by the MSM.

    better to take the Senate, push through bills that would help, knowing he will veto them, and use the courts to block his attempts to circumvent the Constitution and executive orders. AND it would allow blocking his nomination of ANOTHER justice if Ginsburg bows out.

    Two years of treading water beats handing the media and DNC a political victory that costs another Presidential election… showing the President as a spoiled pouting brat for two years even the MSM could not white wash.

  • [1] July 29, 2014 at 12:33am

    True enough, AJ, but he was headed that way because of the GOP.
    That forced his hand in resigning.
    It took a Democrat to be willing to be impeached and continue in the job in a half ass, d#@k out manner.

  • July 29, 2014 at 12:26am

    eu… selfish? try self-deprecating… willing to take the pain that the politicians want to push on to the next generation of pols and our kids or grandkids.

    we deserve the pain because this collection of voters are who put these idiots in charge and then let the lies and poor fiscal policy continue. Not our kids or grand kids. Selfish is grabbing all you can now and praying the end is after you are gone.

  • [2] July 29, 2014 at 12:24am

    woodyee, he isn’t feeding those helping to bust the bubble… the bubble was created and will be burst by GOVERNMENT. True the illegals add strain to the system, but they are not the cause of the coming collapse.

    And Glenn is not advocating their being allowed to stay, a la George Will. He is simply recognizing you can be civil and human to others and still not agree with them or accept their continued presence.

    And when the bubble bursts and it gets bad, you will see millions returning to the established poverty of their native lands.

  • [7] July 29, 2014 at 12:21am

    aren’t your loans FIXED rates?

    if so, you can repay them with the massive amount of paper money you get for the work you do, and barter for the goods you need to survive.

    the value of things will drop, but that means the amount you owe will drop as well… there are photos of people going to get groceries with wheelbarrows full of money when Germany’s economy crashed. I plan to pay our debts off with the useless money, then hunker down, help friends and neighbors, and work just like i do now but without the frills and icing of life today… no cable. no cell phone, one car, bikes/ motorcycles… no eating out… meals without meat. using clothes longer. shopping only for necessities. limited or no AC. barter. cooperation. gardening, small game hunting. protection of hearth and home.

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  • [5] July 29, 2014 at 12:16am

    yep…he’s been wrong lots.
    and yet he’s been willing to present the facts, his impression, and to make predictions, more of which have been right.

    this prediction is not his alone. it does not take more than econ 101 to know that where we are is dangerous, and where we are headed is untenable.

  • [6] July 29, 2014 at 12:15am

    move portions of your investments to non-US holdings.
    prepare at home by stockpiling durable foods/ goods/ fuel
    learn new skills to be self sufficient.
    be prepared to go with much less.

  • [10] July 29, 2014 at 12:13am

    always wise, to be cautious, tony, but his statements about Fed printing and the artificial swell in the market values is not his creation or Goldline’s.

    and while O and the MSM are taking every effort to hide it, there already IS inflation in everything that matters…. food, clothing, fuel. Only by excluding those is there any possible way of pretending there hasn’t been inflation for several years.

    My question is if money becomes worthless, what happens to our debts… do you take the huge amount of worthless paper you get for, say a gallon of milk and pay off your loans, since the money is not worth buying anything new? There has to be data on how to best survive such a depression from our own history and Germany.

    The wife stopped grousing about our food and seed stores, the lead and powder, and the silver, when she looked at the changes in price from when O took office, and had a local accountant speak about the untenable situation our government is creating.

    Beck is right… better to burst the bubble now, before it is so big it destroys everything. but the whole ‘change’ and ‘never waste a crisis’ mentality is in charge… and even before O, Bush was headed the same direction, only slightly slower.

    My recommendation? Have land you can grow crops in. Be prepared to share, build your friend/ family network. and learn new skills.

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  • [7] July 29, 2014 at 12:07am

    i was raised not to hit a woman.
    that said, it is amusing that those virulently supporting women’s lib demand equality in everything but draw the line at exactly what Smith was alluding to…

    Comedians handle the issue best… I’ve heard Bill Burr and Daniel Tosh, as well as Christopher Titus talk about it. And someone pointed out after the Rhianna Chris Brown blow up if you smack a guy while he is driving, putting both your lives in danger, do you really expect him not to react? Now I have no idea what happened in that car, but i agree with those who argue whenever people say ‘there’s no excuse.’ Because that means the women who have been beaten are not expected to think back, review what happened, and maybe learn that something they said or did was a trigger. Sure there are lots of brutes out there who simply enjoy beating on women. And beaten women tend to keep repeating the same mistakes in choosing their men… but if they do not stop and think ‘what did i do that contributed’ and better ‘how can i avoid that happening again’ there is little chance they will escape a repeat performance.

    Tony, you are right about control. But if it comes to blows i think it is hard to ‘scale’ the violence… you do not know exactly what it will take to stop the bad buy, vs. make him angrier, you have adrenaline making fine motor control impossible. Better to apply maixmal effort, and STOP when the bad guy is no longer a threat.

  • [23] July 29, 2014 at 12:00am

    Ricky, Lake… I’m shy of 50 and that was what i was taught… granted, the flyover states tend to lag the edges of the nation in cultural shift.

    We have had dogs killed here by police. and the chief promised to revise they way they handle the cases… the last was a golden retriever, guess the officer was in fear he would be licked to death.

    and we have had to do the walk and drive shouting ‘here pilgrim’ for our Belgian, which managed to at least once defeat every cage and restraint we bought or made… sheared off her front canines pulling the door of a 6 sided cage IN to the cage enough to slip through. she was a great and smart dog but had separation anxiety.

    today, even my friends on the force are leery of recommending anyone call the police.

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  • [1] July 28, 2014 at 11:56pm

    an alert adult male vs. a single dog…
    seriously?
    against a child or a woman, yes, potentially deadly.
    against an adult, you might get an arm or a leg bite, but short of a Caucas Overcharka (spelling?) the 200# shepherd dogs the Russians use, if you cannot address ONE dog you should not be on the force.

  • July 28, 2014 at 10:51pm

    i agree, and i would not purchase such a tracking system…
    i don’t have my home systems on the reasonably priced automated back up sites, because i don’t trust them OR the NSA.

    but i can see if you had a spouse who did high risk sports or if you accepted the risks and wanted commercial protection…

    it’s dead on that even if it’s not Uncle Sam/ NSA there are people intent on knowing more about each of us than they have the right to know…

    read somewhere about how amazing it is that we all carry around smart phones that can be used to track and pinpoint us, and do so voluntarily, whereas if the government said we had to do that we would protest.

    we try to walk the middle ground… on social media but have the ‘i was here’ locator turned off and have privacy barriers up. turn the cells off when we don’t need them… would be nice if otterbox had an rfid/ transmission blocking case arrangement…

    hmmm, maybe that was my moment of genius…

  • [4] July 28, 2014 at 10:47pm

    john, lakehartwell…

    there ARE muslims who coexist… or at least there were… I’ve been in Istanbul, where commerce between christian, muslim, and jew was common.

    but i agree, insisting we ‘coexist’ when there is a significant component of any group with which coexistence is encouraged is disinclined to cooperate is asking for trouble.

    infidel in arabic is the sticker i like to see… or molon labe.

  • [5] July 28, 2014 at 10:44pm

    maintaining a deer lease… different states have varying requirements or the site owner might require those with a lease to… police the property periodically for just such a happenstance.

  • [96] 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.

  • [21] 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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