User Profile: Max Power 1

Max Power 1

Member Since: April 09, 2011

Comments

123 To page: Go
  • December 24, 2014 at 8:10pm

    I’ve been watching Fox News since they first started. They have really changed in the last few years. Especially since the Saudis bought in. Over the last 2 years, I’ve been hearing some troubling things about what goes on behind the scenes there. O’reilly’s entire broadcast career had been pretty much limited to National Enquirer type stuff. He begged Roger Ailes for a job, got hired & to his credit has run with it. What ticks me off is his arrogance, he has nothing to be arrogant about. All his “power” comes from Roger Ailes & Fox News. Many times I have heard him say something like, “if that judge doesn’t do something, I’ll go after him.” Really? He thinks judges are afraid of him? I’d like to know how he gets his giant head through the door. I watch him when he has a worthwhile guest on like Col. David Hunt, or Col. Bill Cowan, but he never lets them even complete a sentence, or finish a point. Hannity’s OK, but he is a terrible interviewer, & he repeats his talking points over & over with each guest, like a broken record. I like Kelly, but her inner prog shows through every so often. I like no liberal hosts.

  • [1] December 23, 2014 at 9:47pm

    I agree, except that the Ebola epidemic is still there, it’s being covered up. According to Sharyl Attkisson, she has confirmed that the CDC is monitoring at least 1,400 cases of possible Ebola in the US.

  • December 23, 2014 at 9:23pm

    No, I just get really tired of O’Reilly thinking he’s sooooo powerful. He actually believes the WH watches him & takes what he says into serious consideration. After all, he might send Watters over there to straighten obola out. Sarc. off.

  • December 23, 2014 at 9:10pm

    Hey great! It’s good to know the spelling police are in the house. Thanks!! Now I’ll go hang myself in the barn because I misspelled one word in maybe the last 6 months.

  • December 23, 2014 at 9:07pm

    My post makes perfect sense, and is accurate if you know what is really going on. It’s not good to be a blind follower of anybody these days 1791. Think for yourself. Do some independent research & some things will become clearer.

  • December 23, 2014 at 9:00pm

    Wow, OReilly sycophant much? I bet you buy all his books too. You think he’s a Libertarian? Really? I guess you never see him slamming Stossel do you? Back away from the Cheetos slowly and it’ll be all right. O’reilly is exactly what I said he was.

  • [6] December 23, 2014 at 2:30pm

    If it weren’t for welfare & food stamps, there would be bread lines on street corners, like 1930. The real, accurate unemployment numbers are close to great depression levels. The population has increased so much since then, that it helps hide the numbers of working poor. Millions of formerly fully employed, middle class Americans are now just scraping by, many on food stamps, trying to ride this out for 2 more years. History will show that the stolen 2012 election was a real crusher for America, as it was the kill shot for the middle class.

  • [4] December 23, 2014 at 1:50pm

    If you believe these numbers, boy do you have a shock coming.

  • [-3] December 23, 2014 at 12:54pm

    OMG! Stop the world. Bull O’Reilly is angry! Whoa, better stop & listen up. Not. Who cares what this pompous, naive, arrogant idiot says? He acts as if the world awaits with baited breath for his next utterance because he’s number one and on Fox News. Big deal, not hard to do with the rest of Fox’s line up. Can anybody explain why Hannity has a prime time show? What a shrill, immature boy he is. Kelly is a fake conservative. Every so often, she lets her progressive show through. Greta? No, just no.

    Responses (5) +
  • December 22, 2014 at 6:41pm

    OK, looks like I need to do this once again. Readers Digest version. Obola cannot be impeached. It would take longer to do this than he has time remaining in office. He would easily drag out his trial in the Senate (assuming they would even try him) & run out the clock. The Republican leadership is complicit! That means they are helping obola. The leadership will never be voted out. They have devised a way to stop that from happening. Simple really. Just run a phony libertarian in the primary to divide the conservative vote. They have just voted themselves virtually unlimited funds for this very purpose.
    Those of you hoping the new congress will change things. Think again. Leadership controls the agenda. Any conservatives will be “sent to Siberia” never being in a position to affect policy. There will only be cosmetic changes, the regime continues on as before. Realize this. The regime has taken our ability to change things via the ballot box away, with both the scheme mentioned above, & vote flipping. In other words, things are much worse than most realize as evidenced by many posts on here by good folks who are waking up, but still think we can simply vote them out next time. We’re past that! The Tea Party primary challengers ALL LOST, except one, last November! If we could “vote out the rinos,” all the Tea Party guys would have won. The old rules do not apply. I’ll let that sink in awhile.

  • December 22, 2014 at 5:41pm

    Oops, typo, Should be @ wow.

  • December 22, 2014 at 5:41pm

    2 wow. Well, I’m one. I would much rather have Romney than obola, & nobody on here is more conservative than I am. Heck, I’d rather have biden than obola. The only one who would be as bad is that d*mn clinton hag. If Romney were POTUS today, at least the economy would be booming.

  • [2] December 22, 2014 at 11:14am

    @ Ytown. All 3 of them?

    Responses (1) +
  • [2] December 22, 2014 at 11:13am

    Before we get all crazy here folks, NK doesn’t have the capability to pull this off. Their only friend, China wouldn’t waste their time with a frivolous hack like this. So, who really did it. We only have holder’s FBI’s word that NK did this. That & $5 will get you a coffee at Starbucks? (I don’t do starbucks) NK is only using the situation to appear relevant. Meanwhile, we are watching this & cop murders and ignoring the regime, who uses our inattention at Christmas time to steal more of our country. Focus on the big picture guys. This stuff is happening for a reason.

    Responses (1) +
  • [2] December 21, 2014 at 9:39pm

    Boy, I too really miss Paul Harvey. This column was spot on as usual. In 1970. Some of the things he wrote about have changed since then. I like & respect the police for the most part, but it is not unconditional. I expect the same in return. I know a few cops personally. I have cops in my family. We talk about this stuff all the time. We all agree that all these “bad cop” videos we see are due to the training cops are getting now, & the screening process that lets some unsuitable people get through. Put these two things together, & you get problems. This is undeniable. The videos do exist, & they keep coming. It is also undeniable that the majority of cops are good folks, trying to do the right thing, but there is a growing number of bad apples out there. Add to that, the militarization factor, fueling mistrust & harming the goodwill between the cops & the citizens they serve. Location has a lot to do with it as well. A city cop lives & works in a different world than a cop out in the country where I live. I don’t know what the answer is, but I do know, the police will not be safer by getting even more aggressive. Get rid of the tactical gear, & be policemen again. Stop escalating every situation. Force should be a last resort, & commensurate with the offense involved. You can’t shoot people over a parking ticket, even if they “resist.” The citizens in turn, need to regain the respect for their police again. Know the local cops, you might find they’re pretty good guys.

  • December 20, 2014 at 9:35pm

    In addition to the “ebola” troops, we have other troops quietly deployed to countries in central Africa. Doing what? We don’t really know, but some say they are being used to help “organize” africa.

  • December 20, 2014 at 9:30pm

    obola isn’t fit to be in the same country as those guys. According to the story, 2 Bil worth of C-17′s, I would add, “& worth every penny.”

    RJJ, Saw those ‘hogs at the beginning. If you saw my post a few days ago you know, I have a thing for Warthogs. I’ve always loved that aircraft. Wild Weasels too. I know, I’m weird.

  • [-1] December 20, 2014 at 9:08pm

    @ catty. No, the Blaze reported the news. That’s it’s job. The bad cop videos have nothing to do with this shooting. If there were no cops doing bad things, the videos would not exist. Most folks know that all cops aren’t bad. Most are pretty good & are trying to do the right thing. I’m tough on the bad cops & the crazy training some receive. This has nothing to do with this terrible, despicable double murder, done by a cowardly POS.

  • [-1] December 20, 2014 at 8:56pm

    @ mustang. Have to disagree with you on this one. Most decent, normal folks can see the difference between the bad cops that need to be weeded out, and the good cops that are trying to do the right thing. The protesters & those that support them are neither decent nor normal.

  • [2] December 19, 2014 at 11:45am

    @ DZ, the law says driving is a privilege, you’re right there. Public roads. Each of us that owns & drives a vehicle is part of the public. We OWN the roads, not the government. However, just because a group of sleazy politicians make a law, doesn’t make it right or constitutional. What’s to stop them from passing a law making using your lawn mower a privilege? or your toaster? Or your TV? Or your older toilet? Or an incandescent light bulb? In the past, one didn’t need a license (government permission) to ride a horse. What validates a law isn’t the courts upholding it, it’s the citizens being willing to see it as a good & proper thing to have, and being willing to obey it. I’m not siding with this idiotic driver, she has issues & they are great, as the late great Chuck Noll would say. I’m siding with the principle that the government has no right to dictate if & when you can use your own property, so long as you aren’t hurting anyone. Take my toaster. I bought it. I can make toast, or anything else I want. I can put it on the kitchen counter, I can mount it on the wall, or the ceiling, or the floor if I want. I can throw it out my window, or run over it with my car. It’s mine! The government has no say in it. However, if I hit my wife over the head with it, that is a different story. The police can arrest me….after I regain consciousness from my wife conking me with an iron skillet. My point is uncle sam has no right to simply deem something a privilege because they can.

123 To page: Go