User Profile: Moliminous


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  • April 20, 2014 at 11:48am

    And despite their practical and personal reasons they’ll be deemed racist. If she was a large-enough lady, she’d agree that grandma’s presence at this event is far more important than hers. The problem is that she’s going to be there for her, not them. It’s the same problem the kids have everyday with their own teachers and administrators. I hope they succeed.

  • April 19, 2014 at 11:43am

    Me thinks he protests too loudly. Where was the all concerned Harry Reid all during this situation? After giving directions to the assault forces about to carry out his wishes, he was too, too quiet. Why? Why the umbrage and rhetoric now? He throws words around like corn to a chicken. This is one dangerous man. He ranks right up there as the number 3 domestic terrorist. But to the reasons. Why? What’s going on at this property that interests Reid so very much? It can’t be the desert tortoise. It can’t be the ocean-view property. What dealings are going on deep in the bowels of the Senate, Whitehouse, and Nevada? Who’s looking at this property other than the Bundys?

  • April 17, 2014 at 12:49pm

    Oh My God! Did you read this claptrap? This is what happens in the therapeutic classrooms of today’s government/union schools. What a bunch of s**t. Where’s the section for the bullies?

    These rules basically say this:

    Here’s what they’re really saying:

    1. Friends can never make you feel anger, even when they do wrong. You, therefore, can never have an enemy.
    2. They’re just trying to help you; after all, it’s your fault for being a victim.
    3. You’re a loser if you stand up for yourself or your neighbor.
    4. If you respond to an attack, you’re responsible for starting the situation. (Duh?)
    5. Telling on a bully means we won’t keep them as friends. Duh?
    6. Being bullied is just a game. Lose gracefully when you get beat up.
    7. When you being insulted, just insult others and become one of the crowd.

    This is either a script for a Monty Python skit or an excerpt from Obama’s foreign policy manual.

    My God, get your kids out of these schools. Hurry.

  • April 17, 2014 at 12:23pm

    “inaccurate information” And this was published. Just think of all the other “inaccurate information” being disseminated to kids in the form of curricula. It’s really called indoctrination. Time for a Separation of School and State.

    This is what happens when progressives/liberals are in charge of what is euphemistically called “education.” They cannot teach independence of thought for that would challenge their control. They write to the victim, not the perpetrator. If they did the latter, they’d lose their occupation.

  • April 13, 2014 at 11:36am

    Brave kid. But I’m confused. Bode’s last name is Bierdneau. JT doesn’t seem to have a last name. Bode’s alleged mother’s last name is Shaw. Who’s who here? Oh, it’s California.

  • April 13, 2014 at 11:28am

    The depth problem is a bit deeper. They’re looking in the wrong place. They need to check the waters just east of Diego Garcia. You see, there’s an un-reported US submarine in the deep waters northwest of Australia, dropping fake pincers to draw off the searchers from the real target. The Malaysian jet was taken down, but not where they’re looking. You see, this 600,000 WMD was flying directly at the largest naval base in the Indian Ocean basin, making ballistic motions and failing to communicate. Even after sending an AWACS plane to identify and communicate with the plane, they got the command to shoot. They did. The plane probably went down near or in the Chagos Trench, one of the deepest marine features in the region. Meantime, the sub is misleading the search. It’s an old Clinton-Obama trick…. misdirection.

  • April 12, 2014 at 11:15pm

    First of all, for the lawyer to suggest such a defense, for the judge to actually hear it, and for the court to use “affluenza” as the reason to mitigate the sentence of this drunk driver is a perversion of justice.

    Now we find that the parents are not going to pay the bill for the court-ordered rehabilitation. If that rehabilitation was a condition of the judgment of the court, then all bars are off and we have a new trial. This time, throw the kid in jail where he belongs. If his parents pervert justice again, throw them in jail. If the judge repeats his folly by listening to this clap-trap, disbar him and throw him in jail. People died because of his young animal. Lock him up.

  • April 12, 2014 at 11:57am

    That’s nothing.. Barrack Obama steals more than $250,000,000 every four hours from the American people.

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  • April 12, 2014 at 11:37am

    They should send the judge for therapies too.

  • April 11, 2014 at 12:04pm

    But in this small incident lies the reality that is American government/union schooling. Anonymous truancy officers are allowed to lead an assembly of students. Officers? Truancy? Shaming? Bullying? And the inevitable apology after the stupidity occurs. Granted the students brought about their own liability, but this so-called “school” is a sham. What does this say to those who are about to and able to graduate? Congratulations! You’re not truant. Wow! What an accomplishment.

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  • April 11, 2014 at 11:57am

    The things we talk about the most and the loudest tend be our biggest personal hangups. That’s why a mirror is just an important tool.

  • April 11, 2014 at 11:24am

    I don’t think so. She announced her resignation on the very same day that Congress decided to hold Lois Lerner in contempt. While unprecedented for a government/union employee, she could stand to lose her job, her pension, and her freedom. Sebelius simply saw the handwriting on the wall. Like Hillary Clinton, she hopes to salvage something of her past by resigning early and walking away from a total mess. But, just like Hillary’s shoe-throwing incident in Las Vegas, both can duck but they cannot hide. The sheer wrath of truth is about to catch up with each of them.

  • April 11, 2014 at 11:14am

    Must be racism. Imagine that, a school girl being a bully on a bus. Imagine that. Big brother doesn’t step in during the bullying, but surely does when she gets her come-uppings. Then he gets his. I can’t blame them in a way. They learn it listening to the news everyday. They watch executive actions being flaunted in the face of the American people and Congress at least twice a week, as if to say, “Ha, ha, catch me if you can.” This sad little girl lives in a world of make-believe and hate, hate for everything noble from her past and hate for everything good in her. What a sad waste of humanity. Oh, did I mention she’s of the ******* race, but that really doesn’t matter.

  • April 11, 2014 at 11:01am

    I sure would like to get the name of the shoe-thrower. But my guess is we’ll never hear because she was paid by Hillary folks to do exactly what she did. I wonder how much she got paid. You see, victimology is the trump card in the Democrat (and her) deck. Ooooh, somebody threw a shoe at me. Whew! They didn’t want to hurt her, just give the impression that somebody was out to get her. Too bad the families of the Benghazi victims weren’t invited.

  • April 10, 2014 at 11:56am

    A couple of questions for the writer:

    1) What’s the boy’s history of Ritalin usage in school? What’s his history of psychotropic drug use while in high school? The very descriptors of his behavior before suggest serious problems.

    2) What in the world is the FBI doing at a school stabbing incident? And just how much time did it take for them to respond to this incident from their command post just down the road?

    3) Are they planning to tear down and re-build this school as they did at Sandy Hook? Hmmm…


  • April 10, 2014 at 11:43am

    Which basically means that daddy can’t go on raping his own daughters. The real “prostitution” is to call Islam a “religion.”

  • April 10, 2014 at 11:40am

    The more I think about it, the more I’m in favor of either dumping the UN all together or, at least, moving it to another location. How about Mali or Guinea?

  • April 10, 2014 at 11:36am

    The moral of the story isn’t just that you should watch your stuff, it’s don’t’ go to San Francisco. Whether it’s Castro Street or the local coffee shop, you just get sc****d.

  • April 10, 2014 at 11:31am

    A couple of things can be learned here.

    1) The issue is why the holidays were granted to begin with. They weren’t granted just as a break from school. They were granted to allow families to gather for the Christmas feast. If they’re not going to acknowledge (not establish) Christmas, then they need not have any holidays.

    2) If we’re speaking of a winter break from school, I have to ask “Why?” A break from what? The sheer shoulder-bending load of today’s modern school curriculum? The onus of America’s government/union school academics could not sink a feather in a storm.

    3) While we’re at it, why have a summer break at all? The school calendar reflected an agrarian economy; the kids were needed to help with the harvest each year–so they got a break. Well, since that’s not necessary any more, why not have school 12 months a year? Why all the breaks? See #2 above for the “from whats.” It’s amazing that kids are in school at all. 365 days in the rotation calendar and yet the typical schedule includes only 170 days in class. If you subtract a day for every day one has a substitute (because that’s a wasted day anyway), that’s another ten at least. With personal illness adding a potential five to 10, it’s amazing that kids are in school at all. Oh, yes, I forgot all those 1/2 days for teacher in-service, training, and union sign-ups. These aren’t schools; they’re depots.

    4) We should return to the pre-revolutionary America where pa

  • April 10, 2014 at 11:16am

    Your confusion is hard to ignore. They’re talking about the holidays given, not the nature of the season. Of course it was winter before it was Christmas. But that’s not the point. At least you’re consistent with your moniker, though.

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