User Profile: moonlight on the bay

moonlight on the bay

Member Since: October 13, 2010

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  • September 19, 2014 at 4:24am

    How much does anyone wanna bet Holder follows up on how well that $4.75 million grant solved the problem? It’s like when Obama says he’s tasked some committee to work on some particular problem and to report back to him. If he doesn’t even want to sit in on security briefings, does he REALLY follow up on those committees that are supposed to report back to him? I may be pessimistic, but it’s just hard to take this administration at their word when they’ve told so many lies and have had trouble answering simple yes or no questions.

  • September 19, 2014 at 4:05am

    I hope the next two years seem to drag on for Obama, with headache after headache of what being president is really like. He was so anxious to be the first black president. He probably never dreamed most everything he touched would turn to failure and that his popularity would dwindle. Well, he, (more than we) should be wishing like hell 2017 would get here soon. I’d like him to be sorry he ever sought a second term. It’s too bad he doesn’t have a real or imagined reason to fear for his life — so much that he’s afraid to leave the White House for anything, and that includes running around for fund raisers and golf. I don’t get who he’s raising money for if Democrats are supposedly distancing themselves from him. Maybe if he’d been REALLY looking out for America and not just for his own self-interest, maybe his conscience wouldn’t haunt him and he wouldn’t look as haggard as he does now. I’m just waiting to see why all these kids have recently come down with this Entero virus. Could it be related to all the illegal immigrant children – some who’ve NEVER seen a doctor before coming here — he’s allowed into this country?

  • September 19, 2014 at 2:26am

    Made me think of that song too! I didn’t remember which movie it was from, though. Boy, someone really snapped a horrible photo of Nancy!

  • September 16, 2014 at 11:46pm

    I second that!

  • [4] September 16, 2014 at 11:45pm

    Mom and Dad will have to decide from now on when they go out, which one will drink and which one will be the designated stroller-pusher.

  • September 16, 2014 at 11:27pm

    I imagine the neighbors on either side of this home are glad Rowe DIDN’T move in. Who knows what conflicts she might get into with them — and how she might retaliate?

  • September 16, 2014 at 11:10pm

    Hopefully living in a “gated community”.

  • September 16, 2014 at 11:02pm

    Yes, lima, you probably are, but I don’t know what’s funny about this. Some sick individual can’t handle that someone else got the home she wanted and she finds all kinds of ways to harass the family? Let someone else pull that same stunt on her, perhaps dragging her disabled daughter and ill husband into the prank. Let’s see how frightened she’d feel. She should be behind bars right now, awaiting that trial in February. I suppose her excuse would be, “but who’s going to take care of my disabled daughter and sick husband?” Will that be her lawyer’s defense when she’s faced with jail time for what she did?

  • September 12, 2014 at 4:28am

    In my last paragraph, I assumed the teacher was a she. I should have said he or she.

  • September 12, 2014 at 4:26am

    So this teacher didn’t expect any backlash when he or she sent the kids home with this assignment? Maybe the next assignment should be comparing Obama to PINOCCHIO

    This is just like the school attempting to turn away the father who was in uniform. You’d think the teacher in this latest incident would have known better and could have predicted some parents would have a problem with the assignment and would contact the school about it. And . . . then comes the apology — after the negative publicity. So only NOW does the teacher admit to poor judgment and short-sightedness?

    I think she knew just who to compare to whom. If she had asked the students to compare Obama to Osama Bin Laden, or the amount of golf Obama has played compared to the amount of golf Bush played, then she might have given the choice of resigning or being fired.

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  • [6] September 12, 2014 at 3:14am

    At least he HAS a fence. Now, if we just had one at the southern border!

  • September 12, 2014 at 3:11am

    Before I heard that the fence jumper was heading TOWARD the presidential residence, I thought it might be Obama trying to ESCAPE, since we know he doesn’t like the hard parts of the job, just the perks. Thought he might have finally decided the perks weren’t worth the headaches. Actually, I was hoping the one Secret Service agent holding the dog back would have released it and let the dog teach Mr. Fence Jumper a lesson. Or, maybe the Secret Service could have just removed the guy’s shoes and rewarded the dog with a game of fetch. Seriously, this BONEHEAD has pretty lousy timing, jumping the fence on 9/11. Damn lucky he wasn’t shot. Waiting to hear him claim something like God told him to visit the president or that he himself is God. Kooks are always claiming that. Like to hear a little more about this goon in a few days. Maybe he was just looking to get free room and board via jail.

  • September 11, 2014 at 12:46am

    Maybe instead of a pill, a suppository?

  • September 11, 2014 at 12:38am

    Oops, goofed on the first “organization”.

  • September 11, 2014 at 12:36am

    The video says the colonel was stopped by FOUR different people. I could see one person being confused regarding the rules, but four people stopping the colonel? How did four people get the word to stop the officer and tell him he can’t come in in uniform? Some of the kids might be offended? At first, I thought this was an elementary school. Any high school student offended by a person in a military uniform needs to get over feeling offended, if it’s even true. I guess “Support Our Troops” and “Thank You For Your Service” doesn’t apply in this school? Those four people would be getting “retrained” on the policy for visitors. It would make sense if the officer was told to go to the office and sign in or show i.d. so you know he’s legit, but to forbid him on school property because he was in uniform? I’ve said this before, but someone seems to do something stupid like this, and it gets publicity and then the orgainization has to put out a statement saying what happened was a misunderstanding and whatever was said or done is not part of the policy of the organization. This PR nightmare could have been avoided. This doesn’t mean you let anyone on school property unchallenged, but you direct them to the office so the school knows who’s on the property and that they have a good reason for being there.

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  • September 10, 2014 at 11:43pm

    Guess if he was, maybe it was a “less offensive” style or color. Good grief.

  • September 10, 2014 at 4:06pm

    I thought that, too, but when the waiter said the group was loud and rude and said “what is this s**t?”, then I thought maybe McCoy might have intended for the tip to be 20 cents. The waiter should have asked McCoy if he’d like to speak with the manager after the “what is this s**t?” comment. Maybe whatever was wrong could have been fixed, and McCoy would have been satisfied with the service.

  • September 10, 2014 at 3:43pm

    Now that you mention it . . . . Hope it’s fixed soon.

  • [1] September 10, 2014 at 3:42pm

    Anyone who claimed to be a relative and took off with the motorcyclist’s property with no regard for his well-being in my book is a thief, plain and simple. Too bad no one got a picture of both of these “relatives”. May neither of them have any good luck, now that they’ve stolen property from the deceased. Thieves AND liars! Maybe they’ll find THEMSELVES the victims of theft of their newly acquired property! Would serve them right.

  • [1] September 10, 2014 at 3:08pm

    Is this some statewide rule? I don’t want to come down too hard on the chief if he’s getting some order from higher up. What about firefighters in New York? Are they subject to this same rule? I know I shouldn’t compare what goes on in one state to another, I just wondered if this was happening in firehouses across the country. It just seems normal for firefighters or police to have an American flag sticker on their locker or helmet if they want. Even the Marine Corps decal seems fine. As long
    as the sticker’s not controversial (nothing political or vulgar), what’s the problem? I think a sticker here or there on the lockers gives the firehouse some “personality” I hate to see this turn into a battle between the chief and his men. It’d be nice if they could discuss it and come to some civil solution.

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