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Lgbpop

Member Since: January 15, 2011

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  • [3] June 10, 2014 at 8:00pm

    Let’s get real here – for once, I agree with the restaurant chain. In these days of having to report $10,000 transactions to anyone (which is why I sock my money away at home) according to IRS whim, I will not indulge anyone with such a large amount via credit card. It looks good, but it’s showing off and as evinced here, it cannot be completed. Give your waitress/;waiter the cash. Using a bit credit-limit card to leave someone a large tip might look great but it’s ego-stroking.

    Leave a gift anonymously and it’s much more appreciated.

  • June 6, 2014 at 10:17pm

    I think What’s-her-Name-Schmutz should start taking a good, long, hard look at her life to date and the lies she has told to further her temporal goals. Every time she lies, she gets uglier. She looks like a Greek Medusa already….;but it’s her spiritual self that is so God-awful ugly, What makes it worse is her suspected denial of God in the first place. What a meshuggenah.

  • [1] June 6, 2014 at 10:03pm

    This stupid, lying, hypocritical whore. What about our soldier in Mexico who has been completely ignored by this administration? Why can’t we trade him for 30,000 wetbacks and kill two birds with one stone?

    Put What’s-her-name-Schultz out in firing range, and maybe kill three birds with one stone….or two birds and one Medusa.

  • March 20, 2014 at 11:21pm

    No sympathy at all. I used to deal with this “guilty-until-proven-innocent” mentality from the revenooers in the Northeast. I also got tired of the high cost of living, and the difficulty in finding work when companies went out of business (a common occurrence in the early 1990s).

    I solved the problems with elegant simplicity.

    I moved out of Massachusetts, and moved to Florida. I have come to find out that more than half of my paternal cousins and almost half of my maternal cousins are here too. Nice country, Florida!

  • March 1, 2014 at 11:02pm

    Must be a public-school graduate.

  • February 16, 2014 at 9:17am

    To me, the most disturbing thing about all this is that the teacher didn’t give a second thought whether or not to use this. I wonder whether this would have been used in Detroit – or, for that matter, Dearborn?

  • December 14, 2013 at 2:33pm

    Silly me. I thought Hank Johnson from Georgia uttered this doltery.

  • December 12, 2013 at 8:35pm

    She could be worse off! – Democrats can’t see themselves in mirrors….

  • December 1, 2013 at 7:00pm

    Looking at what the Israelis face on three borders, and faced with the choice of Olmert or Netanyahu in charge of ensuring the safety of my country – I think Olmert should clam up and stop Carterizing the natinal-security debate there.

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  • October 4, 2013 at 7:21pm

    Oh, my. An Obama Democrat supporter who was caught in a lie. Whoever would have thought this could happen? I am so traumatized. I trusted all these people so completely.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA right…….not in a million years. You know a Democrat is lying when their lips move.

  • October 1, 2013 at 4:41pm

    It’s a pity that the likelihood of this showing up on the national news is just about zero.

  • September 6, 2013 at 10:40pm

    Man, that Kerry is an arrogant bastard. He speaks his piece, then doodles when others speak. What a jerk.

  • August 23, 2013 at 9:20pm

    What part of onerous conduct don’t these Hollywood people understand?? Nancy Reagan met Ronnie while he was investigating claims that she was a Communist in the early 1950s. She was distressed. It turned out another Nancy Davis was the target. Nancy Reagan might understand the Hollywood system, but I bet it pisses her off no end that a commie such as Jane Fonda would portray her in any regard.

    I sure pisses me off. Tell that black instigator that produced this movie that he should watch his back. America is tired of the thugs attacking WWII and Korean War vets, and still mocking Vietnam vets to this day. Jane Fonda will not appreciate the stain on her already stained reputation should she still claim to be part of this travesty.

    I have more regard and respect for prostitutes than Jane Fonda.

  • June 28, 2013 at 8:52pm

    If these illiterate morons are threatening to create a ruckus if they don’t get a lynching, well then let’s get it on. This isn’t New York, or Washington State, or Massachusetts where people call 911 and hide behind their blinds. This is Florida, where people for 30 years have been tired of being pigeonholed as rednecks when all people here want is to get the liberals out of the state and let people get along with each other as we are wont to do. If the troublemakers want to start problems, there will be a LOT of people coming out of the woodwork to help the police and sheriffs keep order. There will be no more mall wildings, no more threats against the lives of innocent citizens, no more crap of any kind.

    We’re ready.

  • May 26, 2013 at 5:34pm

    I cannot believe I have people telling me I am somehow “unfeeling” or “sexist” about this. Talk about a double standard! – change the predator’s sex to male, and watch the cries of stututory rape begin. Well, THIS is statutory rape. A 14-yr-old girl is not old enough under the law to enter into a sexual relationship with anyone. Hunt’s parents have poisoned the well plenty already; let’s see the minor’s parents’ side of things.

    Where are the feminists in this whole mess?

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  • May 20, 2013 at 2:07pm

    Change the older girl’s sex to boy, and then read this. A 14- or 15-year-old girl is younger than the age of consent according to Florida law, and sexual relations between a legal adult and a legal minor are called statutory rape. You leftists and feminists and homosexual-rights activists all wanted equality, but now you’re all stamping your little feet and tossing a hissy fit for being treated equally under the law with 18-year-old boys in the same situation. Too bad. Deal with it.

    What depresses me is the sheer number of parties involved who want to ignore equality under the law when it suits their illogical motives to do so.

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  • May 18, 2013 at 7:17pm

    “No charges will be brought against the homeowner.” Well, NSS – this is the real world, where people exercise their rights to defend their property and their families. WE DON’T NEED A REASON TO DO SO. All you hippie peacenik reporters, please go to Long Island. It’s a gun-free zone. Especially near Hofstra University, where an unarmed coed was killed night before last. She thought she was safe, being in a gun-free zone and all. Funny, all those laws don’t do much good when they aren’t enforced. Enacting more laws doesn’t do much good, but keep trying.

    You New Yorkers just keep thinking that way.

  • [1] May 8, 2013 at 1:47pm

    These ads deliberately are based on fallacy then jump to a conclusion. When I saw that one with dodgeball, I automatically think, “why the heck are we banning dodgeball, and don’t these hags know schools already ARE gun-free zones?”

    Apparently, they automatically think banning things they don’t approve of is good. I wish we could ban them.

  • April 23, 2013 at 7:43pm

    I swear to Christ, all decency has abandoned this country.

  • April 22, 2013 at 2:12pm

    I am using the liberals’ argument and by doing so would reluctantly support Sanford over Colbert if I was an eligible voter. My reason? one should be willing to forgive an errant politician, when his policies are more beneficial for the common good than those of his opponent – whether known or unknown. Ms. Colbert seems to be hoping for enough anti-conservative votes to pull out a win. She has yet to say anything of substance. Her playbook seems borrowed from President Harding’s in 1920 – “Say as little as possible, as impressively as possible.”

    Former Gov. Sanford, for all of his human failings, is a known quantity and gets results that should be of benefit to the Palmetto State as well as to the First Congressional District. I am going to follow Jesse Jackson’s advice to voters to support President Clinton and other sinners, which is to keep your eyes on the prize and boys will be boys.

    What works for Democrats should work for Republicans.

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