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lunky

Member Since: October 09, 2012

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  • [1] September 11, 2014 at 2:09pm

    Sometimes people’s hopes are so low that they can’t always think clearly and the situation at hand overwhelms them to the point of inaction. Not only that, not everyone knows how to market themselves. I know I would have done things differently but maybe they just don’t have that understanding. What comes natural to some doesn’t come natural to others.

  • [8] September 11, 2014 at 1:54pm

    Whats even more insane is that the majority of the Jewish vote goes for the Democratic party which is riddled with fascist like this. The insanity is mind boggling…

  • [1] September 10, 2014 at 1:13pm

    Agreed. This is really stretching it. I live in an area where military helicopters fly overhead frequently and have been doing so since I moved here 14 years ago. They have to practice driving those things somewhere and not all conflicts are in the desert. I have been noticing more and more stories on this site that seem to be deliberately creating fear mongering and getting the conspiracy folks all worked up. I am losing faith in Glenn and beginning to think he is just pandering to a core of consumers who eat this stuff up. I will only become nervous when I see troops goose-stepping in the streets.

  • September 4, 2014 at 6:39pm

    Notice she kept saying “they’re just not comfortable with 9+6″ Thats the liberal minds set…its all about feelings…not facts or logic but feelings. “I don’t like guns because they scare me and make me feel bad”. See the correlation? Also, they still need to know that 1+5 equals 6 in order to break that down. My God, the insanity is stupefying.

  • [1] September 4, 2014 at 6:28pm

    What happened to “Billy has nine apples, Susie gives him six more, count them. How many apples do you have?” Of course, that just to simple minded to teach. Things must be complicated.

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  • [8] September 4, 2014 at 6:11pm

    Oh dear God, please allow the adults back in charge. I remember the Reagan Administration. Like him or not at least there were adults running things.

  • [12] September 4, 2014 at 3:46pm

    Put whatever label on it you want but its still known by one name…evil and its leader is Lucifer.

  • [7] August 29, 2014 at 7:51am

    Mr. Obama is a clear and present danger to the United States and is incapable or unwilling to perform the duties of the Presidency. Congress needs to invoke the 25th amendment and he needs to be brought up on criminal charges for countless infractions, otherwise nothing in the constitution has value, it has become a useless piece of paper with eloquent words on it.

  • August 15, 2014 at 8:27am

    Their sending her home has created more disruption than if they just left her alone.

  • [1] August 15, 2014 at 8:25am

    Exactly!!!! This is discrimination.

  • [1] August 12, 2014 at 2:00pm

    So, he transferred his pain onto his wife, children and friends?? That’s the moral equivalency of pulling a loved one in to take the bullet for you instead if you taking the bullet for them. That’s why suicide is viewed as a cowardly act. Sorry, I just can’t wallow in sorrow for anyone but his wife and children. They are the ones who must bare the pain now.

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  • [3] August 11, 2014 at 9:19pm

    The only people Jesus ever got angry with and ridiculed were the religious leaders of the day and those using the temple for their financial gain. The sinners he shared love and grace with. Teaching them in parables. Who wants to join your church when all you do is yell at them and call them sinners?

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  • [1] August 9, 2014 at 9:13am

    EXACTLY. Why are so many Jews so liberal minded and vote for progressives, the very people that support the scum that want to annihilate them??

  • [1] August 9, 2014 at 9:10am

    The passion IS there. It is in the heartland of America. If they start targeting and screwing with the heartland you will see a stronger response. They always target New York. The armed, passionate Americans, the ones with the Judeo-Christian values you speak of live in the heartland. Everyone assumes that New York represents America…nothing is further from the truth. New York in no way resembles the core values of America. It’s like a foreign country to us.

  • [1] August 9, 2014 at 8:45am

    The only thing I disagree with about your statement is “He’ll make sure 100,00 of our soldiers die” Even with his incompetence and nefarious actions our soldier are tough and resourceful enough to kick *ss even if the “leader” is a dipsh*t. They will overcome the odds, just as they have done since 1776.

  • August 7, 2014 at 5:29pm

    Wally, awareness was accomplished. Its the same thing the left has been doing for decades. They keep beating the drum until awareness grows. Take the GLBT crowd. Decades ago one would have scoffed at the idea of gays openly marrying. They have been beating that drum for many decades and over time they have garnered awareness…awareness to the point that they are now having laws changed. Rarely do things change with one incident, its a constant beating of the drum that creates awareness and a shift in public opinion. One by one, over time people begin to understand and change. Its frustrating, I know. I get frustrated reading the articles every day but I have to keep reminding myself that the stories need to keep coming because most people are thick headed and resistant to change.

  • August 6, 2014 at 2:20pm

    dcgirl, nobody is suggesting your rights should be taken away just that prudence should be used but apparently good judgment is lost just as much on the extreme right as it is on the extreme left. It’s not “pussifying” its merely a cultural change from the way society operated in the 1800′s. When driving in a school zone that states 25 mph, sometimes it is best to drive 10 or 15 mph even though legally you can drive 25. But you and your ilk keep on being that bull in the china shop shoving your rights down people’s throats without any tact and the government will hit back. hard.

  • [2] August 6, 2014 at 12:42pm

    You are missing the point. I see guys with holstered side arms nearly every day where I live. Guys that are going in and out of stores, running errands, etc, etc. Nothing about their behavior or them wearing the gun alarms me. However, if I am in the parking lot and a guy gets out of his car armed to his teeth with weapons then yeah, I am going to wonder what the h*ll he is up to. It boils down to common sense. This guys wasn’t just in the park with a friend or his kids having fun while carrying a simple side arm, he was alone with several weapons on him and a camera. Who’s to say he wasn’t a mass shooter about ready to film his insanity? The open carry guys I know don’t also walk around with a GoPro on their head and multiple weapons. If I was there with my family I probably would have called the police to investigate as well. Again, prudence, common sense. Are you trying to say that anything goes and that nobody should ever be questioned, even if they are carrying an arsenal on them? Come on, thats insane. If the cops ignored him and he turned out to be a mass shooter then everyone would have been calling for the cops to be fired for their incompetence. The cops did their job, investigated the concern and upheld the local law. If the law is wrong then that should be resolved in court of law, not with the local LE.

  • [6] August 6, 2014 at 9:30am

    Stop this, just stop it. This does nothing but make second amendment supporters look like nuts. 1. Stop taking your challenge up with local law enforcement, they don’t write the laws. 2. Considering the publicized mass shootings expect and understand that people are going to be alarmed when they see a man walking in the park with several weapons on him. We don’t live in the 1800′s, people are not accustomed to seeing weapons in public. Yes we have the right and I support that but some prudence needs to be practiced. 3. Body language is everything. I was recently at Walmart and saw a man placing his child in the shopping cart. He had a holstered side arm. Nothing about that situation caused alarm. However, a man, walking alone, in a park with several weapons on him would certainly raise some questions in my mind. Sure go ahead and scream “scr*w them and their feelings, its my right, its my right!!” Yes, it is but rights come with responsibility. If you need to feel secure, I get it, I support it, just use some prudence and get a concealed carry permit and use it. Consider the environment in which you are entering. By the way, I support the 2nd amendment, I own guns and I have a CC permit. I also use my brain and consider others and how my actions may affect them. CC gives you the protection you desire and keeps everyone else calm. The instructor at my CC class was and ex-detective, a HUGE 2nd supporter and was big on NOT creating unnecessary scenes.

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  • [6] August 4, 2014 at 1:06pm

    I never understood why a golfer is responsible to damaged cars or houses near a golf course. People pay big money to live on a golf course, knowing full well the risk of doing so. Just like the story inferred that he would be responsible for the ring. How so, it was her choice to stand and watch the game? There is no guarantee of a ball always going straight.

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