User Profile: Mperiod

Mperiod

Member Since: April 27, 2011

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  • April 18, 2014 at 2:26pm

    @baptist_deacon
    You say that, but if you go to I don’t know MSNBC’s website you don’t see nearly the long draw out rants about Republicans and conservatives as you see on conservative sites about liberals. You know nothing about this teacher or anything else, yet look at the number of people here who want to make this about liberals vs conservatives.

  • March 20, 2014 at 10:39pm

    @foobared
    You can name but the person is right. She’s been around for years, and her website has been around for a year. It’s a bunch of republished articles, nothing new, other than a link to buy her book. Other than saying a bunch of buzz words you want to hear can you name anything she’s actually done? Anything of value she’s brought to light (other than agian she’s selling a book)?

  • February 11, 2014 at 2:21pm

    There are thousands of pages, there have been half a dozen hearings all have found the exact same thing. That all the conspiracy theory non-sense is BS. I don’t get why you people are obsessed with trying to exploit these men’s deaths for political gain. If it was a tragic accident it was a tragic accident, if Obama and co are as bad as you people claim, why not deal with FACTS, instead of holding on to conspiracy theories which have been disproven time and time again?

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  • February 8, 2014 at 10:14am

    The problem is she’s basically making a strawman argument. I don’t know how to.. build a nuke in my basement, but I can tell you the damage they do, and say I don’t believe.. terrorists should have nukes.

    The REAL issue is the 2nd ammendment, and American’s rights not this showy nonsense. All these sorts of “stunts” from TV personalities do is bring down the debate into phoniness and silliness.

    There are millions of people who know all about guns, who oppose people having them.. there are millions of people who know nothing about guns but support the rights of others to carry them. Why not have a debate based on issues instead of type casting everyone who disagrees with you as “dumb” which is basically what she’s trying to do.

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  • February 8, 2014 at 10:09am

    Not to mention a vast majority of models/hollywood actresses, ect are liberals… so not really the best of arguments.

  • January 19, 2014 at 11:37am

    Who is he evicting? He’s free to express his views same as bible belt governors in opposition to gay marriage are free to claim that their states support traditional marriage, even though 100% of people in the state clearly do not agree.

  • December 12, 2013 at 2:20pm

    Singing up for insurance is not a political issue.

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  • November 13, 2013 at 2:34pm

    @Hoosiertard:
    “After seeking help from the Veterans Affairs (VA) Mental Health Clinic, Chambers was reportedly given a prescription sleeping aid, despite telling doctors he was afraid he was going to end up hurting someone.”

    The judge said the exact same thing he said about himself… that his time in Iraq had, again to quote him made him paranoid and dangerous. The fact is he was dangerous, he was paranoid, he was a threat, and yes he was a vet. Being a vet does not magically erase all yoru flaws, and in is case the judge and the guy himself both agreed that his experiences had made him paranoid and dangerous..

  • June 10, 2013 at 3:19pm

    …And you turned a blind eye to Bush’s domestic spying, as liberals (as they are doing now) complained about it. I don’t care about her, or the media in general.. but its a bigger issue that for people like you the issue here, isn’t what is being done, but who is doing it.

  • May 28, 2013 at 7:12pm

    And in news that should surprise nobody….turns out Rand Paul made the whole thing up. Why can’t the guy ever just… tell the truth? Why does it have to be these dramatic lies all the time?

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  • May 7, 2013 at 3:47pm

    Most of the industrialized world has tough gun laws and much lower murder rates….. I’m not sure if you can say “gun control has never worked” its currently working in most advanced nations around the world. (and honestly I don’t really care one way or the other about gun laws — im just saying your comment is factually incorrect)

  • May 7, 2013 at 3:45pm

    Anyone can massage stats to say whatever they want… why compare CA to TX.. compare CA per capita to Louisiana — a state with very loose gun laws but also they lead the national in murders per capita…Its just as easy to say yes Washington DC has very high murder per capita and also strict gun laws but also you have states like Lousiana, Missouri, South Carolina, New Mexico, NV, MS, TN which make up 7 of the 11 worst states murder per capita wise and ALL have extremely loose gun laws and high gun ownership.

    Or compare lets say Illinois to Texas… Illlinois has lower murders per capita than Texas. Hawaii has some of the strictest gun laws in the country their murders per capita are about 1/5th of Texas’

    I’m not sure if “look at the stats” is a good argument for or against gun control, because for every “look this state has lots of murders and tough gun laws” its just as easy to counter “well this state has loose gun laws and tons of murders” and visa versa

  • April 17, 2013 at 10:21pm

    The guy sounds like a nutjob same as anyone who is dumb enough to try to type cast him to fit their agenda… he sent to a Democrat and Republican, claimed to be a Christian who opposed gun laws… you can put him any group you want if you’re trying to attack and push a political agenda.. however the only accurate one would be “crazy person”. I don’t think he’s representative of Democrats, Republicans, gun lovers, Christians or anyone else

  • September 9, 2012 at 11:28am

    @AGGIEBREWER
    Is your question is serious question? I had to go look up my password for this site, just to log on and reply to you. Do you think the “well off” have secret money trees? Bill Gates, the richest man in America, made money because he created a product and sold it — a majority of his customers are the “not so well off”, same with.. owners of walmart,, uhm Steve Jobs’ Apple, etc.. very few people get rich because of the rich, most get rich because they have customers. ,most of which are not rich.

  • August 20, 2012 at 3:55pm

    So a guy who has opposed Obama since 2008, supports the fair tax, and generally supports Republicans — was totally decimated by Paul Krugman, (and I think Krugman is an idiot — thats how big of a joke this guy is) in an economic debate (because he is a HISTORIAN not an economist) wrote an article about what economic policies he thinks are a good idea?

    Why is that front page news? The guy has written for newsweek for a while now. He’s been anti-Obama for years.

    I don’t get the blazes obsession with trying to sound the fire alarm where there isn’t even smoke, why try to twist the article into something it isn’t (“liberal” newsweek turning on Obama – thye aren’t they’ve always had conservatives write articles) instead of focusing on what it is, a reasonable article about his failures.

  • August 18, 2012 at 1:27pm

    So where are the conservatives crying about media bias? Obviously this wasn’t balanced yet i see so no tears, why?

  • August 17, 2012 at 1:16pm

    Toyota was bailed out, and GM overtook toyota as number 1 last year and in fact VW passed Toyota as well (now I don’t know about sales numbers this year, however last year GM beat out Toyota) — this op-ed incorrectly focuses on the US market share, ignoring the fact that GM dominates in China, and in western Europe.

  • August 17, 2012 at 1:11pm

    How did I know I could count on the blaze to write about what is probably the single most widely mocked economic based article of the week. This is quoted direct from Forbes’ own auto industry guy:

    Forbes contributor Louis Woodhill must deserve some sort of special recognition for his thinly-argued op-ed contribution forecasting an early second demise of GM.

    The fact that he would focus on GM’s admittedly-lower US market share as a harbinger of impending doom demonstrates the most profound lack of understanding of the vehicle business. Product strength is only one component in the market share equation. Other elements affecting share are transaction prIces, marketing spend, and propensity to make share-enhancing, low-profit sales to daily rental fleets.

    And all of this US-centric analysis completely misses the point that GM’s strength is in its global reach, demonstrated foremost by its huge, and profitable, success in China, a market that is in the process of dwarfing the US in size. GM is very well positioned in Latin America and the former Eastern Block.

    GM is profitable and enjoys a positive cash flow.

    To suggest that a cash-rich, profitable company with these characteristics is about to go under is, to me, “fatuous twaddle”. Mr. Woodhill should have done better.

    (the … being where I edited stuff out to stay under the character limit, but look up “Chicken Little’s Second GM Bankruptcy: The Gold Medal For Silly Op-Ed Pieces” on

  • August 7, 2012 at 1:39pm

    hahah people this is a Gallup poll — I personally believe it to be true. However you can’t say “this is true” but all the Gallup polls asking people who they plan on voting for is false or bias, since they all show Obama crushing Mitt Romney.

  • June 30, 2012 at 1:30pm

    Why not “set up shop” across the street, put up a banner — if the PARENTS are interested they could stop and try to get more information however targeting the kids is wrong. The same people cheering this would be saying the exact same thing I’m saying if these people had gave kids something that said “10 reasons to convert to islam” or something like that. Freedom of religion, is fine — targeting kids is wrong.

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