User Profile: Moliminous

Moliminous

Member Since: July 20, 2012

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  • December 21, 2014 at 1:18pm

    Many communities and so-called “cultures” do the very same in America and around the world. They teach their children to hate at a very early age. They program their young to believe that somehow the world owes them something and that everyone else is out to keep them from getting it. They’ve been fed on a non-stop gratuity that affirms their baser instincts.

  • December 20, 2014 at 11:50am

    I hope they come with armor plating. They’ll be an asset in the upcoming revolution.

  • December 20, 2014 at 11:48am

    Through his mouth piece the good governor just doubled down. What’s wrong with a simple, “I’m sorry that you took offense at what I said, maybe I could have said it better. Here’s what I meant…” No, the firewall went up and the spokesperson basically said, ” Sorry that you’re too stupid to understand what he really meant.”

  • [16] December 20, 2014 at 11:37am

    Where are the atheists demanding the removal of this material? Where are the separatists demanding the wall be erected between “education” and “religion?” Where are they?

    Thank God a child knew something was wrong here. The adults surely don’t.

    The Common Core Curriculum is content by coercion. It’s schooling from the Whitehouse. That’s like doing crowd control from 20,000 ft a.g.l. . It didn’t work in Viet Nam. It ain’t working here. But even worse, its content from a foreigner. Parents are the primary educators, not the state, its unions or their uber-boses.

    Time for a Separation of School and State. Get the government and its unions out of educational totally. Now.

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  • [-1] December 19, 2014 at 1:00pm

    Trans-gender. Trans-generational. Trans-racial. Hyphenated lives on the way to nowhere. They have a foot in each camp living the schizophrenia to its fullest. It’s like having two “black” fathers, a “white” mother, two counties of origin and no identity. A stranger in a strange land going nowhere and meaning nothing to anyone but himself.

  • December 19, 2014 at 12:54pm

    The problem isn’t the height of the fence, it’s the stature of the occupant.

  • December 19, 2014 at 12:53pm

    Need to read “Motel of the Mysteries” by David Macaulay.

  • [1] December 19, 2014 at 12:47pm

    Sorry, but I just don’t buy it. This reads like a Tom Clancy novel.
    1. The news comes from Washington. If Hussein Obama has taught us anything it’s not to believe anything that comes from his mouth or the mouths of anyone in his administration. Theirs is a legacy of mendacity.
    2. Why would a foreign power target a movie producer? How does it benefit them? To stop a video, you say? That BS has been tried before by Hillary and Barry. It didn’t work then and it doesn’t work now. Fool (lie to) me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
    3. What would the possible solutions include? The need for control of the Internet and web, you say? You’d better believe it. What better way for the government to step in and declare martial law on the Internet and Web that the red herring of a cyber attack by a foreign national. One does have to ask: What is the one area of US commerce that has been a thorn in the side of Hussein Obama since his ascension to the throne? The Internet. What one agency has Obama wanted to control, monitor and bring under the watchful idea of his (political) agencies? The Internet and, by extension, the Web.
    4. You will hear and read about IP addresses that were “definitely” from North Korea or China. Those signals could have been sent from UTAH. There’s a very simple process called false proxy servers. A sends a signal to B. A sends a message through B to C. C thinks it came from B. It didn’t; it came from A.
    Pull the plug.

  • December 18, 2014 at 12:01pm

    Copper oxidizes if left untreated. But treated copper does not have the same medicinal benefits. It all comes down to whether or not the nursing and housekeeping staffs are willing to clean the rails.

  • December 18, 2014 at 11:59am

    What’s the difference between a “selfie” and farding in a mirror?

  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 12:49pm

    Here’s a mensch, doing his work quietly and efficiently. So careful is he that his neighbors appreciate his quiet dedication to the safety of their children. What motivates him? The love for his wife. What motivates the community? The love and appreciation they have for him. Tell this story to the folks Ferguson, Oakland, Berkeley, New York.

  • [19] December 17, 2014 at 12:39pm

    A combination of the Humboldt Current and Pacific currents would cause any creature in the waters off Japan to come aground on the California coast from Santa Barbara down to San Diego. But the really amazing discovery was that when they opened the animal they found four more votes for Al Gore.

  • [9] December 17, 2014 at 12:35pm

    Maybe, just maybe, it had to do with the fact that she stands 5′ 11″ tall. Maybe, just maybe, it was because she stands taller than the other customer. Maybe, just maybe, it had to do with the quality of her stature, not the color of her skin. Just maybe.

  • [4] December 16, 2014 at 12:55pm

    Guns require a trigger finger to operate. Ebola doesn’t. AIDS does. The Flu doesn’t. Guns are no more a “health issue” than a bag of hammers.

    Remember, if it weren’t for bacteria, some people wouldn’t have any culture at all.

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  • [1] December 16, 2014 at 1:31am

    This is a “judge?” Of what? With what? He obviously votes Democrat and his rulings are probably leftist. I’ll bet he fabricates laws just as simply as this idiotic ruling. If these are the facts of the matter, this judge should be taken down. He should be disbarred and lose his license.

  • [1] December 16, 2014 at 1:27am

    When that big orange ball is up in the sky, you might want to stay indoors or at least in the shade. It’s bound to be cold. If there’s white stuff falling on the ground outside, it’s probably snow and it will be cold; wear a jacket and watch your step. If you notice pools of water where none had been just previously, it’s probably rain; you might want to take an umbrella along to stay dry.

    Otherwise, do you job.

  • [1] December 15, 2014 at 12:51pm

    “allegedly sparked violence in the Middle East and led to death threats toward the actors from those who considered it blasphemous to the Prophet Muhammad.”

    So?

     The First Amendment trumps “alleged” every time.
     Blasphemy is an offense against god. Are they elevating the prophet to that of a god?
     As for pedophilia, it is a fact of history that Muhammed was a slave-owner, bigamist and pedophile. What leadership!

  • [2] December 15, 2014 at 12:39pm

    ‘I Only Expect the Black Media to Uphold the Standards of Excellence in Journalism’

     Right, Bill. Do they know what those standards are? You mean standards by Al Sharpton or Thomas Sowell?
     As for “Black Media,” who are they, Bill? Quit dividing us.

  • [1] December 15, 2014 at 12:36pm

    When you cannot name evil for what it is, you’ll lash out at just about anything to blame when things go wrong.

     How can they sue a rifle manufacturer, its distributors and sales people for a weapon that wasn’t used at Sandy Hook? For that matter, how can they sue over the weapons that were used? That’s like suing Sears, Fruit of the Loom, JC Penny’s, and Target for the clothes worn by the perpetrator. How about the car manufacturer that got him there? That makes more sense than this.

     The parents should sue each other for putting their own child in harm’s way for attending the school in the first place. That makes as much sense as this.

    I sincerely hope they lose and lose big time…

  • December 13, 2014 at 12:41pm

    Conscience, constituents, and caucus. That’s the progression for most politicians regardless of party. Conscience gets them into the “game.” They listen to constituents and (at least originally) vote with how their “people” think. But after they are squarely on the seat (with its cash benefits in perpetuity) most follow the caucus. But we didn’t vote in a caucus, we voted in an individual.

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