User Profile: moron


Member Since: January 12, 2011

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  • March 7, 2014 at 10:44pm

    Way to step up your game, U V U. As if the upside down map wasn’t embarrassing enough…

  • October 9, 2013 at 9:16am

    Russert and Ball: The end game isn’t about Obamacare. This Administration ran out of tax money so they taxed some more, and when they realized that was also going to run out they took civilain paychecks. The Plan To Reboot America is an epic Fail, but since you watch yourselves on tv way too much you’re the last to Know. It’s not called a boob tube for nothin.

  • October 6, 2013 at 8:12am

    POTUS and Reid don’t get that no matter how hard they blame the T party, they lose too. They’ve delayed and exempted themselves and cronies but everyday they still say “F. U. John Q Public.”

    We read you loud and clear, Mr. President.

  • July 8, 2013 at 5:29pm

    How scary! A kid exercising his constitutional rights. Thanks for looking for drunks, officer, and saving the public from the likes of this kid. Now do like the rest of the public servants, and go vote yourself a raise.

  • July 8, 2013 at 4:56pm

    Publicity stunt… all press is good press, even if you’re talking about a idgit.

    Boycot all his movies,
    … even that one good one he made.

  • September 22, 2012 at 12:22pm

    Have every member of Congress release their taxes and every special perk they’ve accepted. Accept nothing less from a transparent government.

  • September 21, 2012 at 7:34am

    @jzs. Congrats! Paint your face black and put on some blue lipstick because you’re already dead. Zombied. The argument isn’t that conservatives don’t believe in redistribution but that socialism, the party previously known as democrats, isn’t a path chosen by the people or founders of the USA. You and these lauded panelists are too chicken to even put your red t-shirts on and raise your fists in the air so you sit around bashing the intelligence of the people. Perhaps you’re so blinded by your own rhetoric that you don’t get the argument either, but we happen to love free enterprise, the pursuit of happiness, freedom of religion, and the concept that the government and politions on power trips shouldn’t be making our decisions for us, telling us what to believe, or who to support. We all partake of government when exercising our right to vote. How about having politicians who can proudly wear the banner of their ideals and a press that isn’t subversive or bought? You support these nitwits who choose to make up conversations and arguments rather than debate real questions? Let me guess – you believe in haves and have nots, elites and the rest of society, black and white. It’s not hard to figure out which class you belong to as the poor don’t comment here. What we abhor is how bad you need people to suffer before they’re controlled, while we accept everyone and their right to succeed and break into your bubble of success. Drink some more champagne zombie

  • September 14, 2012 at 8:08am

    Under cover of rioting, shock news, and natural disasters, world governments are ripping the the fabric of society out from under our feet. It isn’t the ones who riot that you should fear. In broad daylight governments push political and economic agendas – $pending – causing inflation and resulting joblessness, crime, and human suffering. What’s a few casualties when the attention-grabbing headlines are mere distractions? We stupidly take up causes used and manipulated by others. You, me, The_Jerk, we are had. Recent price hikes were blamed on the weather, while tomorrows prices will be blamed on an unstable Middle East. Don’t lose focus.

  • September 13, 2012 at 10:32pm

    I think he should try reading history. This golden Islamic age of power and dominance was achieved by and through violence, which hasn’t ever abated but perhaps seethed. It also wasn’t the only gig in town, unless you stretch the truth a wee bit by ignoring its neighbor, the Roman Empire. You know, the one the Arabs continually raided, wiping out urban and civic cultures, institutions, and hundreds of thousands of citizens? The Dark Ages indeed.

  • September 13, 2012 at 7:04pm

    John Adams actually said that those you cited would agree that “All sober enquirers after truth, ancient and modern, Pagan and Christian, have declared that the happiness of man, as well as his dignity consists in virtue.” That’s quite different from what you claim he said. And the operative words of Mr. Washington were if they were “good workmen”. Perhaps ONIKAZE is right, and they are liars, or “great stretchers of the truth.” One could also easily say that about you.

  • April 28, 2012 at 4:25pm

    The problem with Mr. Savage is that he thinks he is and was standing up for himself, but the kids he calls pansies, speaks ill of and bashes their beliefs, were not the ones who bullied him. How small and pansy-assed Mr. Savage shows himself to be by beating up on students who came to hear him speak. Worse still are the National Scholastic Press Association and Journalism Education Association, whose members are surely aware of his hate-speech and mis-directed anger and cover up for such pathetic cowardice.

  • January 3, 2012 at 10:42am

    did you even read the article? It isn’t tax dollars, and the article pointed it out several times. What could be more appropriate than spending “devil’s money” on a religious event?

    The complaints and names should be public.

  • February 21, 2011 at 12:50pm

    Pass a bill on Tuesday morning with a simple majority vote. The bill should take away collective bargaining rights for pay and benefits. No spending = no dem votes needed?!?!