User Profile: ldaopines

ldaopines

Member Since: September 06, 2010

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  • [4] September 21, 2014 at 1:48pm

    There were FAR more in Washington when the Tea Party descended, but the press ignored it altogether. This “cause” represents the 40% foreign born population of NYC + potheads + outright socialists/communists. Most probably can’t answer a single question about climate, yo.

  • September 20, 2014 at 12:11pm

    God yes! He might pick a Biden, Holder, Sebelius, Susan Rice, or Hillary, and condemn our country to 8 years of buffoonery, racism, incompetence, fabrication, and international humiliation. How disappointed you must be that there was no “Bridgegate” after all the press hoopla.

  • September 20, 2014 at 2:30am

    Not to me. They understand the threat of Islamic extremists far better than our own President. They also resist the open subjugation of women in their country in the name of “religion”.

  • September 20, 2014 at 12:06am

    Yup. There are just certain things white boys aren’t known for.

  • [7] September 19, 2014 at 6:26am

    These are girls who were raised well. Nice to know that still happens.

  • [1] September 16, 2014 at 2:13am

    The amount of money wasted on police, detectives, attorneys, judges, juries, courtrooms, parole boards, parole officers, prisons, wardens, jailers, forensic teams, coroners, hospitals, rehab, ambulances, etc…..could go on forever. Think of what all this money would do to improve people’s lives.

  • [1] September 15, 2014 at 10:43pm

    When you consider that over 40% of NYC is foreign born, do you expect that they really care about US customs, traditions, history, Constitution, or capitalism? Who started this diversity BS anyway? Do you notice the tail wags the dog these days?

  • [4] September 15, 2014 at 10:37pm

    We need to get back to rose-covered floats, Disney themes, and wholesome fresh faces in marching bands and drill teams. Who wants their kids anywhere near the poison?

  • [7] September 15, 2014 at 3:56pm

    Keep Muslims, mosques, and Islamic poison out of this country. It is counter to everything we believe in. It hides here under the guise of religion, but is really a suppressive and hostile way of life complete with it’s own set of Sharia laws.

  • [5] September 15, 2014 at 3:33am

    Reminds me of Biden insisting that a guy in a wheelchair stand up. Will somebody tell me why people are interested in giving this guy their money?

  • September 14, 2014 at 6:46pm

    The formula of dividing the country in fear, getting as many people into overblown, overpaid, unmonitored government bureaucracies as possible, shoveling out taxpayer dollars with lifelong, unchecked entitlements, and controlling mass communications/education seems to do the trick. Now, I understand that some states are “accidentally” issuing citizen licenses to all these illegals.

  • [6] September 14, 2014 at 1:42am

    We would if Obama’s IRS hit squad allowed us to organize. If you like corruption, I guess he’s your guy.

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  • [6] September 14, 2014 at 1:40am

    The damage to our country by this administration will be hard to overcome. So many Obama voters don’t like him now, and it makes mr furious that they gave this guy a second term. It similarly infuriates me that conservative voters don’t come out and vote because so and so is a RINO, so and so is a Morman, etc.

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  • [6] September 14, 2014 at 1:31am

    I don’t know whether I would even peg members of this family as black if I were a policeman. She doesn’t look it and the family photo doesn’t either to me. Wish we had a close up of the son. I mean….did this stand out to the policemen, or did the sword? If someone is swinging a sword at police, I don’t expect them to die or be seriously injured just because someone is a certain color.

  • [7] September 13, 2014 at 1:42pm

    She and Hillary are getting tons of facial “work” so that they can pass as younger than 70 and 80.
    The war on women is fabrication. I became an electrical engineer in the late 80s, and no one stopped me. In fact, I was offered “minority” status with perks because I was a female in this area in college, but didn’t use it. I was also an “equal opportunity” hire at a High Tech company, which was insulting since I graduated 2nd out of all EE students at the State University and had completed internships with high recommendation. I was put on a fast track in management at that company because, again, I was one of few women in this area. I made far more than male engineers who started before me. So no one held me back, and in fact I was given every opportunity. That opportunity has been there, but few women or blacks have filled those college seats. Why? Yes, it’s difficult, but I’m not smarter than anyone else and got my degree as a grandmother. It takes work and dedication. I’m tired of hearing about War on Women. Many women like me have reached better-than-parity with men. We don’t need extra division over NOTHING, and instead be grateful for the opportunities we have.

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  • [1] September 13, 2014 at 5:26am

    Maybe they can tell from holes in the shirt whether his arms were up or down. We also don’t know the officer’s condition, especially because either brother could have had a gun + they just did a strong arm robbery + the white officer was alone in a black hood with a 300 pound 6’4″ torpedo coming his way following taunts and assault.

  • [2] September 13, 2014 at 2:41am

    She doesn’t belong on the road with that temper. I imagine she accidentally almost caused accidents before. We all have. But her rage doesn’t belong behind a wheel. She should also consider hat some people carry guns and are as hair-trigger as she is. We’ve come a long way since June Cleaver, and some of it is not positive.

  • [3] September 13, 2014 at 2:22am

    The courtroom is where evidence is presented and cross-examination of witnesses takes place. All should be carefully validated and considered by a jury who review facts together with judicial instruction. Many facts are unknown by the public, such as evidence on clothing, the severity of the officer’s beating, etc. Up until then, the officer is considered innocent. After a decision, we should all accept and respect the outcome. Thank God we live where due process protects the individual, policeman or not.

  • [1] September 11, 2014 at 10:22am

    I will never forget. I watch the footage every year, and I think that some of our leaders have already forgotten. Either that, or there’s a reason that Islam is constantly being defended by Obama. Not only in his speech last night, but i remember the push for a big mosque where those lights are now shining. While Minnesota mosques supply ISIS with fighters, Holder goes after localities who choose not to approve mosques in certain areas as part of overall city planning. Obama doesn’t associate ISIS behavior with religion, and therefore not with Islam. I feel that Islam wears a cloak of religion, but is really a way of life, complete with governance and sharia laws, that may form the common foundation for ISIS fighters. Who is right about those doing these beheadings, and why do some US mosques support them?

  • [2] September 11, 2014 at 4:01am

    I have said the same thing about some of the dangerous, feral elements in these “communities”. When you have to be afraid to go outside…wrong street, wrong colors, too much jewelry, helping police, acting too white (education/job), voting conservative, ….and when your home is wall-to-wall safety doors/windows, how free is that? Is this physical and psychological slavery what blacks struggled for freedom for? It’s urban terrorism and every bit as threatening to our country. Call it what it is and penalize it accordingly.

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