User Profile: Max Power 1

Max Power 1

Member Since: April 09, 2011


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  • [3] April 24, 2015 at 9:18am

    Yes, and they are funneling our uranium to iran to help them. Despicable treason. ALL of them need to be tried and hung.

  • [4] April 24, 2015 at 9:15am

    Yes, and obola selling 20% of OUR uranium to a major adversary is treason in my book. Cruz is going to have to put a stop to that. Why would obola do that? Maybe because he is going to shut down our nuclear power plants as well as the coal fired ones?

  • April 24, 2015 at 9:08am

    No, he “lost” because of vote flipping in key states. Conservatives DID NOT stay home. If the books weren’t cooked, I bet we’d see that Repub turnout was higher than at any time since 1980. clinton isn’t worried because she has the regime’s flipping machine all ready to go. The question is, can rove sabotage her enough to get his prog idiot in?

  • [4] April 24, 2015 at 8:54am

    @ katzkiner, right you are. You know about the ring he has been wearing for many years don’t you? It has “there is no god but allah” inscribed in arabic in it.

  • [3] April 23, 2015 at 1:52pm

    @ cknapp, Thank you for your service to our country. In my view, if a POTUS is NOT willing to “win at all costs,” then don’t fight. If you are faced with war, the ONLY way to fight is to win. Do whatever you have to do to win & save American lives. The term, “collateral damage” should not enter into it. Sadly, innocents die in war, that’s why you don’t go to war unless you have to. We killed tens of thousands of civilians in WWII. Their deaths are not America’s fault, it’s on the enemy who started the war. FDR wasn’t labeled ruthless. The restrictions you mention, are disturbing. No American soldier or Marine’s hands should be tied like they are now. Overwhelming force should always be used. That’s how you win & save American lives. Forget “hearts & minds” just win baby. Win, win big, and come home. Like WWII. Leave what’s left of the enemy groveling in the rubble they caused.

    @ mike79, because bush didn’t order the “unrestrained slaughter of terrorists” we are still “fighting” them, if you can call it that. If we had wiped them out in the first place, our country would be at peace and safe again. Sooner or later, we will have to get serious & really wage unrestricted war against them. It’s coming weather we like it or not. That is, if we want to have a country left. Until then, we will live under the threat of attack anywhere, anytime. Do we want to live like that? Not me. Should we nuke them? Nothing should be off the table.

  • [17] April 22, 2015 at 10:39pm

    When he was first elected, I liked him just fine. However, he lost me during the Iraq war when I saw him change seemingly overnight, the way he prosecuted the war. I heard about the crazy ROE, & the battle at the cemetery & mosque where he refused to allow air strikes, thereby allowing the terrorists safe haven. It was then I knew something was wrong. I thought Iraq was all about sucking the terrorists into one place, so it would be easier to kill them, I was wrong. He never intended to finish the job. He refused to close the border in wartime, very strange. He facilitated illegal invaders. He OK’d the insane highway between mehico & the central US. He refused to investigate the clintons for their treasonous sale of classified info to the chicoms. He was involved with the economic crash, and maybe worst of all, the patriot act. It became obvious to me that he was a very clever progressive that was a strong NWO guy. I should have known, his family has always been that way. Right after 911 at ground zero, when the fireman told W, “don’t let me down,” well, he did. If he had fought the war on terror correctly, (unrestricted warfare) it would be long over. The terrorists would all be dead, & we would still be a free country. They aren’t, & we aren’t. So, no, I have no respect for any of the bushes. They are just as guilty as obola for our current sad situation. May they all rot in hell.

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  • April 21, 2015 at 10:33am

    Wait, my bad. I looked several more times. I think I see another net support to the left, hard to tell. The announcer says there is a net, so, I’ll go with with that. Sorry.

  • [1] April 21, 2015 at 10:27am

    If you look closely, you can see she was just past the net support, so no net between her and the field. My guess is that they will put a wider net up, like today.

  • [2] April 21, 2015 at 10:18am

    I should add, this all happens at the bios level, which bypasses any encryption, firewalls, operating systems, or other software “security” solutions.
    Also. I do not claim to be an expert! I’ve been out of the business for some years, so I’m certainly not exactly current. FWIW

  • [8] April 21, 2015 at 10:11am

    Right Bio, this is meaningless. They don’t say if you can delete ALL the data that is collected, or the data that is collected from those who do not have a google account. I was in IT for 15 years, trust me it is impossible to mask online activity from the government. Especially if you use a newer computer. There are capabilities, “chips” if you will, on all newer MB’s that allow 2 way access via cellular, have it’s own non-volatile memory, & it’s own power supply. This allows access by…whomever, even if the box is turned off & unplugged from the wall, & not connected to the internet. Welcome to the USSA.

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  • April 18, 2015 at 7:56pm

    @ Doors, No, he sounds about right the way things are today. I have a list of every LEO in my county, and their home addresses. IF I should ever need to, I’ll know where to find them. You know, to inform them of some illegal activity or somethin’. Just sayin’.

  • [6] April 18, 2015 at 7:49pm

    @ Gary, not on the word of an 11 yo child. A small child’s word is not a legal, reliable reason for cops to do much of anything. Unless he was claiming to be abused. Kids can & do say anything. We don’t arrest people for bank robbery on the word of a small child. Do cops believe that the moon is made of green cheese if a kid tells them that?

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  • [5] April 18, 2015 at 10:02am

    There are two ways this can go. Either punks like this will be too afraid to try that here, or they will try, and get a lesson, a real “teachable moment,” if you will.

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  • [13] April 18, 2015 at 9:59am

    After that new M&P is dialed in, better save the ammo. I know, practice makes perfect, but most of us here probably shoot far better than the opfor anyway. Around here, most of the ranges have shut down, or only allow bolt action hunting rifles. They make you sign in & show ID as well. That particular range was built & paid for by hunting license revenue, so I helped pay for the range I can no longer use. I only shoot on my own property now. I’m not signing anything.

  • [4] April 17, 2015 at 10:29am

    Absolutely right BlueStar, there is NO such thing as “government property.” We only allow the government to maintain it for us. WE own it. ALL of it.

  • [8] April 16, 2015 at 1:00pm

    OK, Thom, PROVE IT! Provide one particle of verifiable proof that anyone was shot at Sandy Hook. Show us ONE photo of a dead body. ONE photo of the bodies being removed from the school. ONE video of wounded being transported. ONE photo of EMS personnel on scene treating the wounded. ONE photo of a medivac helo landing nearby. ONE photo of ANYTHING that is conclusive proof that ANYONE was shot at Sandy Hoax. Provide reasonable, plausible explanations for the hundreds of inconsistencies and falsehoods, & outright lies that surfaced right from the beginning. Come on, prove it. With aallll those poor riddled chiiillldddrrriiinnn it should be easy. So, do it. I won’t be holding my breath waiting.

  • April 14, 2015 at 7:25pm

    No, any bill passed by congress has to pass constitutional muster. Congress cannot merely pass a bill to change the constitution. My guess there is language in this bill to circumvent this.

  • [1] April 14, 2015 at 7:21pm

    Right, this is a treaty. It must be approved by the senate. No additional legislation is necessary. That applies to UN deals as well.

  • [1] April 14, 2015 at 6:49pm

    Right. They need to understand that desensitize works both ways.

  • [22] April 14, 2015 at 6:18pm

    @ johnbarleycorn, Yep, Official oppression was exactly what that was. No cop anywhere has any right to be in an armored vehicle, have tactical gear of any type, and disrespect a citizen like that. A real policeman only needs a black n white, a .38 revolver, a flashlight, cuffs, nightstick, radio, & a 12 gauge in the trunk.

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