User Profile: mbck1491


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  • [-4] October 13, 2015 at 7:51am

    She kept it classy because she knew a run for the White House is in her future, she didn’t want to give the American people a reason not to vote for her.

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  • [2] October 12, 2015 at 12:37pm

    All I keep hearing Trump saying is what I’ll do for you. I’ll give you this, I’ll give you that, I’ll take care of you. I can only speak for myself here, BUT I DON’T WANT A D**N THING FROM YOU. Go away I can take care of myself. Of course he’s talking about woman in this sound bite, but I’m sure he would say the exact same thing about all Americans, if he hasn’t already. I haven’t been paying too much attention to Trump anyway.

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  • [14] October 11, 2015 at 5:49am

    If I could I’d give you ten thumbs up.

  • [1] October 10, 2015 at 1:50pm

    I don’t want to live in a place where I feel like I have to wear a gun to feel safe.

    Yes, I definitely agree with you, but the sad truth is we DON’T live in the kind of society you and I would love to live in. So I protect myself in my home and out in public, because nobody else is going to do it for me. America’s “moral decline” is a direct result of the break down of the family unit, but you and I can’t raise everybody’s kid’s for them. Where do you get your facts from? Not every road rage incident results in a shooting. Just the other day I acted stupidly on the road and I really pissed someone off. If I would have come off half cocked with the attitude that I do no wrong and it’s your fault than the situation would have escalated. But the mature thing to do is breath think about the situation and if you did wrong then admit you did wrong and more times than not you will defuse the situation. I didn’t need my gun for that,. In fact nobody knew I even had it, none of their business. Just because I wear a firearm doesn’t mean I want to use it it is a last resort if I determine my life or a family member’s life is in danger than yes I’m willing to use it, but at a very last resort. I don’t want to limit my options if I were to ever get into a situation through no fault of mine simply for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Until their is no more evil in the world that won’t happen in my lifetime then I will continue to protect myself and my loved one’s.

  • October 10, 2015 at 12:46pm

    Wow! This guy is a little into himself. He would rather make himself feel better and safer in his own mind than saving people’s lives when another nut job enters a school again and shoots people up. This guy is just showing us how ignorant he really is. His view is that his peace of mind is more important than saving people’s lives. I got a piece of my mind for him.

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  • [1] October 9, 2015 at 3:13pm

    Why does that Raven woman look like a cartoon version of Lucille Ball? I’m sorry, that’s not meant to be a knock against Lucy. I call it as I see it. Slightly off topic I’m 45 years old and I am Lucy’s biggest fan, too bad she passed away she was one of our greatest comedians. In fact most of those old school comedians far better than what we got today.

  • [2] October 8, 2015 at 3:34pm

    The writer of this article compares the crime in Canada vs. United States, but he is not taking into account that Canada has 1/10 the population of the U.S. So if you crunch the numbers of crime in Canada vs. U.S. I would say Canada has us beat out by a landslide. Also in his article he states, If the first thought that enters your head when a mass shooting takes place is: “I have the right to bear arms,” That’s because the first thought that enters a liberal’s head is we should “pass common sense gun laws”, which we all know is the start of a total gun ban. Lastly how can we take this guy’s facts and figures seriously when he states, “What was once only a scenario painted in movies or read in books has now become a reality to billions of people across the nation.” Seriously billions (plural) of people across the nation? Their are only 325 million people in this great nation of ours.

  • October 7, 2015 at 8:25pm

    So let’s apply a little logic to this guy’s video. His first step is to vote in enough anti gun legislators to pass a gun ban. His words are their are 330 million guns spread in among 350 million Americans. I heard a stat I don’t know how accurate it is, but at least 60% of all households in America owns at least one firearm. So that’s better than half of all Americans own a gun. So why would the majority of a group of people holding a personal value vote to get a representative in the House to legislate guns out of their personal house? If you don’t want a gun you don’t buy one, and if you have at least one and later decide you want to disarm yourself (pure stupidity) then you just sell it. Secondly there are 330 million guns in America that is a lot of houses to go to. Just to count to 1 million takes more than two weeks. “The authorities” going to your house are going to take a lot longer than one second at your home confiscating your guns if they are able to walk away from your home, times however hundreds of millions of homes they have to go to. This whole gun confiscation idea that I hear about from progressives, liberals, communists, you name it is just simply a dream. So in order for a gun confiscation to take place the whole Constitution would have to disappear.

  • October 6, 2015 at 8:05pm

    There has been many wacko shooters that have started their mass killing and a good guy with a gun draws down on the mass shooter. The mass shooter then shoots himself in the head. Isn’t that almost the same as a good guy taking out a wacko nut job? It doesn’t matter what barrel that bullet comes out of to stop the killing at least it stopped the killing. If the nut job would not have stopped, that good guy would have stopped it for him a split second later anyway.

    In reply to Mili's comment on the contribution Guns Aren't the Problem, Freedom Is

  • October 5, 2015 at 8:14pm

    “But I will also look for ways as president to try to tighten some of these checks particularly to get more of the checks done on more of the sales at gun shows and online than we currently have.”
    I buy guns at my local gun shop and also online. The end process in still exactly the same whether I buy online or choose a firearm in the gun shop’s glass case, either way I’m going to that same shop and doing the same background check and paperwork. So what is she even talking about? In about the next five minutes after posting this I’ll be online buying another firearm.

  • October 4, 2015 at 9:33am

    In the photo Domino’s says it’s always hiring. News flash Domino’s that’s generally not a bragging point, in other words it’s a crappy place to work and you’re company is one big revolving door. Then again Domino’s in the fast food of pizza so it’s for entry level teenager workers.

  • [5] October 3, 2015 at 10:54am

    A woman claiming to be Green’s sister sent WJAX a photo purportedly of him and said she was planning to travel to the area to learn more because the circumstances don’t add up for her.
    Of course they don’t sister. How could one of my own do such a thing? It wasn’t him that did this to them. These evil grandmothers lured my brother into their house just so they could test out their gun. I’m done with my sarcasm, and I’m done with stupid people that think their family members can do no wrong. I’m sure she’ll try to push some kind of lawsuit against these grandmothers.

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  • [1] October 3, 2015 at 4:27am

    Earlier this year when that illegal immigrant in San Fransisco killed that woman with a stolen gun everyone in Washington talked about tighter gun control laws, but not a peep about tighter immigration laws. The Washington talking heads are using this whole school shooting incident as a step towards controlling the citizenry. Little by little they make a law which we all know the criminals won’t follow. Then another incident will happen and they make another law, round and round it goes until we open our eyes one day and our guns are gone. Then we have full on tyranny.

  • [21] September 29, 2015 at 5:52am

    People have not recovered their paycheck or their wealth that was so devastated by the crisis of ’07, ’08, ’09.”

    You speak for yourself. In 2008 we had a household income of about $45.000 a year. Flash forward to 2015 our household is now over $120,000, but we did that ourselves. I don’t need a president telling me we didn’t build that, let me help you with your income. Get the hell out of my way and let me do it. I know what’s best for me.

  • [1] September 18, 2015 at 10:48am

    Pot with the lack of oxygen to the brain at high altitude cancel each other out.

  • September 9, 2015 at 6:31am

    Where was her apology when Bengazi happened? All we got was, “at this point what difference does it make?” when Americans died. Now when her future chances are of sitting in the White House are at stake over this email scandal she is all full of sorrow and apologies. All she is trying to do is placate to the people, because let’s face it this all about her and what is good for her and her power and money. So she’ll do and say whatever it takes to appease the stupid people in this country. Yeah she says she’ll be as transparent as possible, you know Obama said the same thing and look what we got one of the most secretive underhanded presidents working in behind closed doors back room deals of all time. Hillary and Obama are cut from the exact same cloth. What’s scary is she has more of a chance of sitting in the White House than what she does sitting in the jail house.

  • September 8, 2015 at 7:50pm

    That pants suit that she’s wearing just a few shades off from the orange one I’m waiting for her to wear. I know she has one stashed away somewhere in her cell errrrr I mean closet. Just give it a few more months I know she’ll find it somewhere in there. Maybe in her haste to clean up in a hurry she accidentally kicked it under her bunk errrr I mean bed.

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  • [10] September 2, 2015 at 12:20am

    Why did we waste tax payer money on this guy for 25 years knowing we were going to put him to death anyway?

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  • [1] September 1, 2015 at 5:09pm

    Back in the early 90′s for a college project I volunteered to be a homeless person for a weekend. I dressed the part grew out my facial hair and headed for the streets in downtown Williamsport, PA on a Friday afternoon. Needless to say I lasted until Friday evening when I thought to myself man this sucks it really sucks, when I headed back to my apartment to go to bed. I then spent the rest of the weekend hanging with my room mates. Oh I BS my way through that sociology paper and got a whopping C for a grade on the paper. At least I learned a valuable lesson through the whole thing is the homelessness really sucks, I’d much rather work for a living.

  • [1] September 1, 2015 at 12:45pm

    Why do U.S. woman have to pay $500 for abortion forgiveness, but the Mexican woman only have to pay $30 for the same forgiveness?

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