User Profile: mscaptbilly

mscaptbilly

Member Since: January 23, 2013

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  • [14] July 3, 2014 at 12:35pm

    We know Obama will not heed any suggestions offered by anyone, let alone a GOP. But we need to complain loud, long, and often that currently illegals are costing us @$100BILL a year in foodstamps & welfare alone. And now, there is a strong possibility that 1.3MILL of ObamaCare sign-up’s are illegals.

    Most will say it does no good to complain, but it does less to NOT complain. We need to do more than vote, donate, stick signs on someone’s lawn, and bitch. Make your voice heard and tell ALL the Representatives, Senators, Leaders and Obama that We The People do NOT want Illegals, do NOT want to pay for them, and to STOP trying to kill us with bacterial & viral warfare.

    And while you’re at it, ask where your $2500 savings in healthcare is.

    Your choice is simple. Say your voice won’t count and not contact anyone, and continue to moan and groan. Or contact them and make your voice at least be counted in those “Nay” columns they all keep.

  • June 22, 2014 at 12:03pm

    Hi Mr. RJJ- Here’s my thoughts

    Please correct me if I am wrong. Isn’t Mr. Wills saying that on campus, the evidence to convict a man of rape is lesser than is needed in a court of law (a preponderance of evidence vs beyond a reasonable doubt) and that in his opinion, that lack of evidence is wrong? Further, his summary, despite whether some people need a dictionary or not, the Internet allows people to respond instantly without thinking through what they are saying, and IF they would think about it, they would realize, College campuses are NOT the place to lower the need for evidence to convict a man of rape for a plethora of reasons. Isn’t his issue the lowering of the legal bar and those that favor doing so? When everything else is cut, that is the only thing left standing. Anything else is nitpicking and superfluous? Just thinking..and wondering

  • June 11, 2014 at 9:13pm

    I do not support Eric Cantor, and am surely glad that Brat won the nomination. However, you should get your facts straight before you make a statement. Cantor’s voting record in 2013 was 12% support of Obama’s stance on legislation and 88% against. Hardly an endorsement of Obama and his corruption when it came down to the votes where it counts. Ted Cruz’s voting record was 30% supportive and 70% against, and Rand Paul 31% & 69% respectively.

    Check it out yourself at http://www.nrsc.org/uploads/cq_potus_support.pdf

  • [5] May 25, 2014 at 2:04pm

    Knives, guns, cars, BAN THEM ALL! AND FREE SPEECH…BAN FREE SPEECH while you are at it. That’s 1, 2, 3 & 4 are gone, 5 & 6, 7, GO AHEAD,,keep working on this Libs and Dems. soon the Constitution is going to be totally gone!

    Do NOT whatever you do put any $$’s for mental health, or put the blame on the shooter. Or teach them remedial reading so they would KNOW it’s a gun free zone or that killing people is against the law…just BAN everything! That’s what you are trying to do anyway.

    Over my stone, cold, dead body.

  • [1] May 25, 2014 at 12:13pm

    FYI: If you Google Domestic violence, 3 different sources will cite studies on men being victims at the 40% level. This is one of the studies: http://tinyurl.com/l2o67kz. It is amazing that the number is that high, but it appears that it is. One other interesting article was on the signs of male abuse, including a plan for leaing and seeking shelter.

  • [8] May 25, 2014 at 11:55am

    Oh, Danny Boy, Oh, Bobby Boy, Oh Billy Boy, I love you so…..God Bless You, and God Bless the U.S.A.

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  • [10] May 22, 2014 at 11:11pm

    My 24 year old Grandson went back to the University to get his teaching certificate. Once he confronted the teaching methodologies being taught to teachers, which he called “socialization,” he quit. He said that this indoctrination of students went against the very core of his being; against every principle taught to him by his parents and grandparents, and he would not nor could not be a party to inflicting this immoral and ammoral belief structure upon the students, OUR leaders of tomorrow.

    My only wish is that more “would be” teachers and teachers in the classroom would stand-up and refuse to teach Common Core. Thanks to Brad McQueen for telling the truth and “outing” Common Core for exactly what it is-Control of the masses.

  • May 13, 2014 at 10:16pm

    It always amuses me to read the responses and so few take the time to source the article. If they had, they would have discovered that Senator Paul did not say what was reported in this article, rather the article took was stated out of context. Just like the original in the NYT. The Blaze put out an article not based on the facts. Measure twice, cut once. Maybe people should check other sources first. Or read the responses here. Someone reported this back on a comment on Page 1.

  • [1] May 8, 2014 at 1:53pm

    Interesting, Hagan spent $5.2MILL of outside monies against Tillis alone. If he confronts her on her 100% voting w/Obama record, ObamaCare, & if he uses her own rhetoric against her, AND w/ a united conservative front against Dems, Tillis can defeat Hagan.

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  • [2] May 8, 2014 at 1:48pm

    During the Government closure, an article in one of the conservative e-publications stated that even with the great displeasure voters on both sides of the aisle claimed towards their elected Representative and Senators, that when it came right down to it, people would ultimately vote for the same ole’ same ole’.

    I fear that this may be the case if Tuesday was an indicator. It doesn’t mean it is right or good, just that the article may be, unfortunately for the country, correct.

  • May 1, 2014 at 4:01am

    Carney forgets the ONLY reason that e-mail was released is because a Judge ordered Benghazi related materials ONLY. PERIOD. END OF SUBJECT. Therefore, why would the White House release material relating to other areas or countries under a court order for Benghazi? And why would that email be classified originally if it wasn’t for Benghazi? What I don’t understand is why one of the reporters didn’t ask Carney this question.

    Carney has been caught in a lie with a smoking email.

  • April 21, 2014 at 4:55pm

    How can an athiest be offended by something that does NOT EXIST? Isn’t that the core of their belief? GOD DOES NOT EXIST?

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  • February 19, 2014 at 4:04pm

    One question that immediately comes to mind is why the daughter was not taken to Tufts Medical Center in the first place. They have been the primary care provider for this disorder, and if flu-like symptoms came on, I would want Tufts to examine her first in the event there was any cross over from the disease to this immediate illness.

    Also, where is Tufts in this dispute? The Father said nothing about them chiming in to testify to the Judge to dispute the Boston hospital diagnosis which was the foundation for the removal of the child from the parents. Either it was just not mentioned, or did it not occur?

    Either way, one of the Doctors is wrong. If Tufts is wrong, the family is a victim of mis-diagnosis by that physician, or vice versa. But mis-treatment was not intentional on the part of the parents and the removal of the child was over-play by the doctor, even if he turn out to be right.

    The biggest victim is the child. The villain is one of the doctors. The rest of the players are doing what they think they are supposed to do, right or wrong, at the behest of that doctor.

    If the family was withholding all treatment and relying on nature to heal, I would bet there wouldn’t be the hue & cry if the hospital & child services removed the child because of that as there is for this situation.

    It would be better to have more information, but the Gag Order took care of that, not guilt. I don’t think Gov Agencies feel guilt.

  • January 30, 2014 at 10:31pm

    Interesting you say that. There was a woman in my hometown that let the hogs & chickens in her kitchen. We never ate HER food at the church potlucks. Did you ever wonder about the food at potlucks you went to? Was the kitchen clean? Did you really want to eat the food that other woman brought, after all her kids or maybe their clothes were never very clean. Unfortunately for the little girl, that is the reason the Health Department doesn’t let people sell food out of their home kitchen. Nobody knows how clean it is because it isn’t inspected. I feel badly for her, and I don’t like the Government either, but I do understand the reasons why. Not many hogs wandering in kitchens these days, but there are some mighty dirty kitchens out there. And whenever a pot-luck dinner comes around, I still wonder where the food came from.

  • January 19, 2014 at 4:12pm

    I concur also. Contextual issues are problematic. In addition, dropped phrases are right up there, also. “Money is the root of all evil,” is often stated, but the scripture states that “The love of money” is the issue. Another is “all things happen for a reason…” and the “to those that love The Lord” is forgotten. The Bible was written by men who were inspired by God. The Bible is read by people who are also inspired by God. (I’m not including nitpickers looking for loopholes or challengers.)

    Anyone can take most any verse out of context to apply it to what they are seeking at the moment. My Mother always said that the Bible was the best drama ever written. It has the best advice to live and die by. One needs to read it as a story and re-read it again and again to glean The Word, and understand how to live and how to die. No one ever said it would be easy and taking scripture out of context may help a person at the time, but not in the long haul. I’ve always looked at it this way: God is pretty clear in what we are to do. Had He wanted us to do something another way, He would have advised us to do so.

  • January 11, 2014 at 1:17pm

    Obama’s scandals might also be classified as “felonies.”

  • September 29, 2013 at 6:39pm

    The account is shut down now at 3:35 PDT.

  • September 21, 2013 at 3:21pm

    Unfortunately, other sites are reporting that Senate Rule 22 will come into play, and the Senate will have a straight up and down vote, prohibiting the filibuster. Each side will get 15 hours for debate, and they are projecting it highly unlikely that the Senate Republicans will give Ted all 15 hours. Hopefully, Rule 22 will not go into effect.

  • September 7, 2013 at 10:48pm

    BLESSEDKENTUCKY………

    Nice talk. How interesting that your Profile blocks the “N” word with **astericks, but permits it in the full hateful spelling here in the comments. That being neither here nor there, explain yourself. What’s the difference, aside from the fact that one is a despicble and bigoted word that makes most of us recoil and/or saltate with revulsion?

  • September 7, 2013 at 9:51pm

    DTM – Excellent question? Most people who watch MSNBC could care less about the truth. They do not care about any information, statistics, data, or people that do not fall into their belief, political, and social paradigms. And they will stop at nothing to tear down any opposing view or person holding that view.

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