User Profile: Moliminous

Moliminous

Member Since: July 20, 2012

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  • [1] March 29, 2015 at 1:27pm

    It’s as simple as “No shoes, no shirt, no service.” But it’s as profound as the First Amendment. It’s all about restraining the government, not people, from overreach. The government cannot force someone to do something in contradiction to their religious beliefs. And if the government persists, they have to have an overwhelming reason for doing so. This means that the boo-hoo crowd and tusshi-tuckers aren’t given affirmative action every time someone looks at this with disdain, derision, or a simple, “no.”

  • March 28, 2015 at 11:10am

    If the regulation or expectation is not outlined in the Parent-Student Handbook, then the principal’s actions are arbitrary and capricious. It’s real simple. He should be fired. He should lose his pension. He should lose what they loosely term his “teaching license.” His guy does not belong among kids. This is a warning sign just the signs everyone saw before that plane crashed in the Alps. If this guy were a pilot, I wouldn’t get on board his aircraft.

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  • [2] March 28, 2015 at 11:05am

    The LGBT Al Sharpton. When was the last time you ever were in Indiana, George? You’re acting just like the Ferguson folks and most Muslims. Just because you’re black or Muslim doesn’t mean you, too, can’t discriminate negatively.

    TO “discriminate” is a fascinating word. It’s unfortunately been usurped by the politically-correct world to mean something negative. But it essentially means to choose between two things, to determine if one is better or not. To reason. After all, reason is that next plateau in the evolution and development of **** sapiens. I only wish that people like George would get there soon.

    If you feel you’re not wanted in Indiana, boo hoo and too bad for you. That’s not what the law says. There are a lot of places where I don’t feel wanted either.

    You’ve chosen. So have we. We choose to believe that human reason arises from the head, not the crotch. We honor the man and woman who create a covenant, hopefully procreate life, and love each other. There is some solace in that George chooses not to procreate. That may be a gift to mankind in disguise.

    Meantime, life goes on. Shop in Illinois, they cater to your every whim there; just ask Barry.

  • [1] March 28, 2015 at 10:55am

    They let a clergyman near a public servant? What about separation of church and state? In Boston?

  • [1] March 28, 2015 at 10:52am

    Boy, the Alynsky training is alive and well. Very clever claim. It’s called the Obama defense. Hillary is using it more and more these days. Did he erase his e-mails too? What paper trail is he going to provide that documents these “concerns?” Or do we just have to take his word for it?

  • [4] March 28, 2015 at 10:46am

    If they act like animals, treat them like animals. If they get distemper, shoot them.
    If they cannot act in a civilized world, remove them from the civilized world.

    Michael Brown, may he rest in peace, was a thug, a bully and a criminal. He chose his steps poorly; he died because of them. These thugs are walking down the very same road. I hope the wrath that is about to be unleashed on them includes the same pain and suffering they’ve caused.

    No more Mr. Niceguy.

  • [5] March 28, 2015 at 10:38am

    She knew he was seeing a psychiatrist. She heard him give this ominous prediction and she did nothing? She’s a stewardess. She knows the expectations and the responsibilities. She knows what others don’t and yet she says nothing. She just as culpable as her boy friend.

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  • March 27, 2015 at 11:41am

    Halfway house? Halfway to where? And do the residents at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC, know he’s coming? Oh, sure they do; you can tell from the content of his character.

  • [1] March 27, 2015 at 11:39am

    Why is it that Democrats can only find solutions in their crotch?

  • March 27, 2015 at 11:38am

    I believe they should pull another Eddie Slovak here.

  • [4] March 27, 2015 at 11:32am

    I admire your pluck, Mr. Senise. And I agree with your sentiments. But you’ll never get one word out of Mr. Obama, especially anything resembling an apology. His pathology won’t allow. And where he might slip and tend toward being human, he’ll be nudged by his 13 puppet masters… fellow travelers who drank the Kool-Aid.
    No, Obama takes advantage of every situation to appear to legally free his Muslim buddies from Guantanamo. Here was a perfect situation. He looks the hero for saving an American soldier, Al Quada gets five hit men back and all seems well. But he chose the wrong “soldier.” He chose one who looks just like him.

  • March 27, 2015 at 11:27am

    Oooooooooo.. the “mysterious” object! Any second grader knows it’s a piano. It’s not the piano that needs the adjective “mysterious.” Who’s editing these articles anyway? The “mysterious” is why it’s there. Good grief, but the English standards have slipped down to the level of high school seniors in Kalifornia’s government/union schools… and that’s pretty low.

  • [-1] March 27, 2015 at 11:23am

    It’s for Elton John’s new concert. A gig with no one for no one out in the middle of nowhere, doing nothing.

  • [9] March 26, 2015 at 9:12pm

    Gosh, two American men of the ******* persuasion want to wreck violence? Imagine that. Oh, they’re Muslims, too. Well, that answers it. SAMSAM

  • March 26, 2015 at 2:28pm

    Aristophanes was right: Stupid is forever. Unfortunately kids will die all over the world from stunts like this. They’ve been told “no”, they know better. Yet they persist. Some will unfortunately be maimed and/or die. How we respond is critical. Do we do due diligence and warn people of the dangers? Or do we erect barriers around everyone and everything to protect people from themselves?
    One of the most spectacular views in the world is that from the Golden Gate Bridge across San Francisco Bay. But that view has been recently marred by the installation of an anti-suicide fence by those who would prevent folks from jumping from that bridge. I don’t think they actually care one iota for the suicides as they do the publicity and media attention such acts engender. If people want to die they’ll find a way and there’s nothing you can do to stop it. Tragic? Of course. But there’s little one can do eventually.
    I remember driving from Italy to Switzerland one summer. On what is classified as one of the world’s most dangerous routes with over 28 switch-backs, there was nothing on the cliff side save for vertical road markers about every 100 feet or so. No rail, no signs, no lights, just some posts to tell you, “Hey, this is the edge.” We need do no more.
    It will be a sad day when they die, but die they will. Aristophanes was right.

  • March 26, 2015 at 2:18pm

    Boy, will he be lucky if that’s all he receives. “Edward Donald “Eddie” Slovik (February 18, 1920 – January 31, 1945) was a United States Army soldier during World War II and the only American soldier to be court-martialled and executed for desertion since the American Civil War.”

  • March 26, 2015 at 2:07pm

    “White people ‘polluted the blood that is in my veins to this day.’” Knowing that, so much for diversity and multiculturalism, let alone compassion. But just how that blood got into his veins might be relevant for today’s argument. Who’s to say it wasn’t his great-grandfather who kidnapped and raped his caucasian grandmother?

    “Nobody from ISIS ever terrorized us as a people as the police do daily.” And how does he know that? Is he prescient as well?

    “Mine would be for the police.” That’s an implied threat. And this guy is still in office? He, like Obama, should be behind bars.

    “And if I carried a gun I’d want to shoot him first and then ask questions later, like they say the cop ought to do.” He’s been watching too much Gunsmoke. This the reasoning of a psychopath.

    He also stressed that he was, ”not advocating that anybody, especially anybody in my community, go out and shoot people.” Oh, yes he was. He crossed the line of civilized society and should be behind bars.

    Watch the local report on the replica firearm hearing here:

  • March 26, 2015 at 1:58pm

    Imagine that for a moment, a government run by a lying narcissist with delusions of grandeur, and using fear and intimidation to control the masses.

    In reply to the contribution Why the GOP Should Fear Al Gore in 2016

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  • [1] March 26, 2015 at 1:55pm

    “We have to, in some way… acknowledge people who have done significant things.” Yeh, like Jim Jones, Pol Pot, Stalin, Hitler, Nero, Charles Manson, Prosenjit Poddar, Charles Whitman, John List, Sante Kimes, Miyazaki Tsutomu, Ted Bundy, Gary Ridgeway, Joseph Kallinger, and Jeffrey Dahmer.

  • [2] March 26, 2015 at 1:47pm

    Clearly, life has no meaning and is not sacred to his “woman.” I’m surprised she has a child.

    It’s also abundantly clear that she intended to hurt someone. One doesn’t just reach into one’s pocket and put out a Molotov cocktail. This took time and intention. She intended to harm.

    She should be removed from civilized society and remanded to the custody of her gang in prison.

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