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RaydocX

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  • [9] November 16, 2014 at 10:01am

    If NSA and CIA cannot pinpoint that location by the images in the background and set up a long term over watch with snipers the next time a murder is threatened they should close up shop.

    It’s past time this a$$hat catches a .338 lapua round and Al Jazeera gets footage of the camera crew and spokesman having bacon put not all of their mouths before they are left to the buzzards.

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  • [5] November 15, 2014 at 10:53am

    At a young age, still living in a mother centered world, they might.
    But your point us valid… The feminists and lgbt activists decrying unfair treatment here really should be targeting the greater problems, as they exist in any predominantly Muslim country… Otherwise it is akin to cops only ticketing speeders and refusing to bother with armed robbery, rape, and murder.

  • [2] November 15, 2014 at 10:49am

    Landed from a flight home from Orlando last week to find my phone had been on the whole flight (I use an iPad during the flight) and amazingly enough the flight had no problems.
    Then again, having the passenger 13″ away yammering through the flight on her phone would NOT be a fun way to travel.

    SWA said ‘free wifi’ I would swear on the fuselage but a brief perusal I of the magazine implied charges and I never considered floating my personal information through such a system (bite me, NSA)

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  • [4] November 15, 2014 at 10:34am

    Snow have a friend who is a gunsmith and marine. His dad owned a gun shop.
    At some point in adolescence he was shown how to take rounds out by removing the base plate. Did so, then as was his habit set the barrel against the steel toe of his boot to pull the trigger and shot his second toe off.

    Whenever I am tempted to get lazy about something I am ‘sure’ I know regarding firearm handling I think of that, and it makes sticking to seemingly ridiculously redundant rules easy.

  • [18] November 15, 2014 at 10:29am

    Well stated.
    But he is clearly so smart he did not need to follow the instructions he was given by the surgeon, either.
    These behaviors give the anti gun crowd traction for more gun regulation… Another reason not to like Canseco.

  • [50] November 14, 2014 at 11:59am

    I like Penn… I appreciate his opinion.
    and he has kept his ‘see this is why i am an atheist’ productions as pay per view (HBO) or pay to read (book) items, rather than flooding social media with his opinion in an oppositional aggressive manner, and without suggesting that the mere mention of God or Jesus or a Higher Power somehow so maligns his daily existence as to make it inappropriate…

    He recognizes that just as he can shrug and say ‘i’m an atheist’ you or i can pray at lunch or mention church or thank God for something we experience during the day. He is, in short, an atheist who recognizes it is better to live and let live than to try to insist that those who believe differently are wrong, or that he is being persecuted.

    funny that the ‘clear thinking’ rabid atheists posting on FB and demanding any mention of God be scrubbed from anything public are so terrified of others’ belief… makes me wonder if they are not really as confident of their viewpoint as they claim.

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  • [3] November 14, 2014 at 10:44am

    exactly… he’s right, action is necessary… they need to ENFORCE THE LAWS ON THE BOOKS.
    Close the border.
    Prosecute and fine those employing illegals.
    Then we can talk about what to do with those who have been breaking the law here for a long time. And what to do about anchor babies.

  • [10] November 14, 2014 at 8:45am

    PP…
    trea·son
    ˈtrēzən/
    noun
    the crime of betraying one’s country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government.
    “they were convicted of treason”
    synonyms: treachery, disloyalty, betrayal, faithlessness; More
    antonyms: allegiance, loyalty
    the action of betraying someone or something.
    plural noun: treasons
    “doubt is the ultimate treason against faith”
    synonyms: treachery, disloyalty, betrayal, faithlessness; More
    historical
    the crime of murdering someone to whom the murderer owed allegiance, such as a master or husband.
    noun: petty treason; plural noun: petty treasons

    Releasing five Taliban, three of whom are now leaders in ISIS for a deserter.
    Dishonestly lay and intentionally lying to the American people not trying to get elected, but having taken the oath about what his healthcare plan would do.
    Every executive decision that ignores congressional control taking an action not supported by the Constitution.
    Claiming a fait acompli treaty with China (or any nation) without Congressional approval.
    Conspiring with the IRS to suppress opposing votes.
    Employing mechanisms designed only for out of session nominations while Congress is in session.

    Or put completely simply, if he had not cheated or lied or committed another crime… Say impersonating a foreign student to falsely claim student aid, for example, the whole ‘sealed record’ aspect of his past would not be necessary.

  • [65] November 14, 2014 at 3:19am

    As with the China carbon ‘deal’ nothing the
    President or UN or US UN ambassador says matters a bit unless and until it is ratified by a 2/3′s vote of Congress…. That isn’t happening even with the lame ducks.

    But it IS another example of lawlessness worthy of impeachment.

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  • [2] November 12, 2014 at 11:18am

    Exactly, sporks!

    Electric cars don’t magically recharge themselves.
    They can’t get a local solar field up because vandals and nature keep damaging the panels. Nuke power is not allowed. Wind power kills endangered birds… Hydroelectric kills endangered fish…mayhaps they have found means of political hot air to drive a turbine. Or Michelle’s new program will be that kids ride a stationary bike generating power for an hour each day…

  • [1] November 12, 2014 at 11:12am

    Agree, Murry.
    Close the border.
    Deport and deny return of felons after appropriate jail terms, funded by their home nation.
    Any illegals here who want to stay then report. Their ability to stay immediately is dependent on how long they can PROVE they were here…longer sooner to be legally accepted BUT they also pay a higher penalty for the greater use of our services tax free.
    Simultaneous with closing the border, the laws against employing illegals have to be enforced.
    The anchor baby issue is sticky… I would favor citizenship for children born here, but no right to exercise that citizenship until they are 18 and if child of foreign nationals, a mandatory government class be taken. Or the new citizens could be given up for adoption if a better life for them is the honest hope. I would even fast track consideration of emigration of families of anchor babies from their native nation, with a penalty again…. ACA is not a guarantee of free healthcare to nonAmericans.

  • [39] November 12, 2014 at 10:58am

    Speaking to the callous wasting of courageous lives by a careless government is not anti veteran. BUT the lyrics of fortunate son speak of class division in those facing combat, which in a volunteer army is not applicable.

    Sad Springsteen could not rise above his past to recognize his past actions and attitudes hurt returning vets.

    Vets’ sacrifices guarantee Bruce et al can say their hateful, spiteful, inaccurate things. It doesn’t mean their misguided belief systems should be championed on Veterans’ Day, and I certainly hope they were not paid for that ‘performance.’

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  • [44] November 11, 2014 at 11:11pm

    great post amerigirl, but how dare you provide simple facts instead of going along with whatever Obama and his henchmen claim is best for us?

    the number of cancelled plans is no longer mentioned. we still do not know what the premiums are going to be for the coming year. and the ‘include all’ plans that are forced on citizens may not cover the things that ultimately they truly need.

    and that’s before you get to the bureaucrats determining when you have reached your max limit of healthcare… just don’t call them death panels…

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  • [12] November 10, 2014 at 8:28pm

    you make a great point, monk, but Piers is wrong… as long as the black community or those who purport to ‘support’ that community behave as if the N word is the problem they are perpetuating a myth.

    Only when real racists shout the N word and are ignored by those they want to anger and insult… only when the word has no more power than ‘is’ or ‘difference’ or ‘keep’ will the black community be free of the shadow of racism ne slavery.

    the slavery claims are ridiculous… my ancestors were serfs and slaves. The descendants of slaves today never wore chains, were never owned by another man, and face even in the lowest echelon of American life a life ten times better than the average African experiences in Africa.

    and the racism claims are equally empty. we elected a black man as President… twice. yes there will sadly always be people who discriminate… who base their beliefs on what they see in another man or woman… and those people exist in all races, religions, and cultures. it is not a white or American only phenomena.

    Ignore Piers… his focus is wrong, because admitting that a government that seeks to keep any body of people dependent is advancing a gentler form of slavery would mean repudiating the body politic to which he owes his allegiance.

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  • [552] November 10, 2014 at 8:22pm

    intriguing story, and i hope his recovery is continued and complete.

    at the same time, as i read about it, i was reminded of what we all face… the nationalization of the healthcare system… who that is without the financial security of Glenn would have ever been able to get a fraction of that treatment?

    not all of us would even get the initial work up by the doctors in NYC.
    certainly the extensive testing and prognostics, the rehabilitative steps to rework one’s eating, sleeping… living are not cheap or widely available.

    Obamacare has not eliminated the tiered system that was decried as being wrong… it has merely shuffled the deck and put different people in charge not of getting the best health care available, but in deciding who gets what and how much healthcare.

    My family is well off. I work hard for what we have, and each year work harder for slightly less. I am fortunate to love what i do and have a supportive family. But i have no doubt that under similar affliction i would not have the ability to seek out and obtain such care. And to those who believe that federally subsidized health insurance will offer such comprehensive care… it’s simply not possible.

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  • [7] November 10, 2014 at 7:25pm

    im with friendlypersuasion here… thin thick stuffed red sauce white sauce, meat, veggie, cheese…

    despite its being ‘cheap’ most of the family even likes little caesar pizza nowadays.

    the only bad thing about frozen pizzas in the oven is they inevitably fry the roof of your mouth.

    we haven’t eaten as much at pizza hut because they were more expensive than papa johns, and because things we had liked…the stuffed pizzas as an example… went away.

    all pizzas of late… hut, john, even the local more plush sales have skimped on toppings, i suspect to hold costs down in the inflationary economy that we are pretending we are not living in.

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  • [10] November 10, 2014 at 7:17pm

    Stewardess? I speak jive…

    i went back through the story, because often when a teacher acts out there are students and parents backing them, insisting it is an aberration and should be forgiven if not condoned… i am not seeing that here.

    i did see the texts over the weekend, and confess i am surprised the tweeter was a teacher, considering how ill informed and poorly crafted the tweet was.

  • [5] November 9, 2014 at 9:55pm

    i think you short yourself by that attitude.
    i would agree if he was advocating all of us embracing the gay lifestyle.
    but i want a small government, read a government that does not have the resources to regulate what we do in our own homes.
    so if he’s a fiscal conservative, i do not care who he sleeps with… if he’s flamboyant and effeminate and makes his sexuality the main issue… oh wait, that would be a Democrat.

    BHO is not openly gay and yet his actions and inactions have done incalculable damage over 6 years. anyone who will oppose the measures put into place by Democrats deserves our conditional support.

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  • [7] November 9, 2014 at 9:52pm

    i don’t argue, except for the theft addiction demands and the eventual health problems that you and I are on the hook to pay for. Have Drugs INC on right now… cannot see how anyone sees this and decides they want to go down that path even if they think it’s a small risk.

    the successful push to eradicate public smoking based on the exposure to others struck me as sound, but i admit i don’t smoke, and never liked the odor; watching the same ‘successful’ strategies employed for things like sugared soda, soda size, what foods students can or cannot buy from vending machines, and suddenly i find myself wondering if supporting anti public smoking measures was a trojan horse by which other personal freedoms that do not impact the rest of society will be controlled.

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  • [22] November 9, 2014 at 7:23pm

    i’ve certainly stopped listening… he is incapable of talking without lying.

    the mid terms do not demonstrate a failure of politics, they demonstrate the failure of a politician, and of his party. For 6 years the man who claimed he was going to fix things has made things steadily worse by his refusal to cooperate.

    Honestly i don’t want the GOP to cooperate now. I want them to pass sensible bills that limit government and force this president to veto those bills again and again. i want them to bring the bills up to override the veto so that the remaining party line democrats are exposed and can be expunged at the next election.

    and i want those GOP politicians who want big government and put their power and prestige ahead of the people to be put into their place, to learn what it means to represent the people… are you listening McCain? Boehner? McConnell?

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