User Profile: mtb13

Member Since: July 11, 2012


  • [3] February 11, 2015 at 5:31pm

    So you are saying that having the government forcing me to put my money earned into a Social Security fund where I get half the amount back that I would have if I was able to put it into diversified funds is a government benefit. That is absolutely insane.
    Get money that you earned back at a 2-4% rate if you are lucky to live long enough or invest it on your own at a 6-8% rate and be able to pass that on to your heirs. Not to mention the fact that social security will be insolvent in 20 years and what current contributors are putting in will never see that amount back from our great government benefit that you are so highly toting.

  • [10] January 24, 2015 at 3:49pm

    Nice try…..


  • November 12, 2013 at 4:26pm

    “Cocaine is a hell of a drug”

    -Rick James

  • October 22, 2013 at 5:04pm

    Got any video of that Grayson? I’ve been to Tea Party events in Orlando and have never seen or heard anything like that. Grayson may be the biggest scumbag of all the politicians in Washington. We voted him out of our district and elected Daniel Webster. He then had to run again 2 years later in a different district which was heavily Democrat and of course was voted in by people who don’t have a clue what kind of despicable person this man is.

  • September 3, 2013 at 5:50pm

    Here’s the commie’s email address and MSU’s president’s email address
    Please tell them to stop indoctrinating our youth and for him to stick to teaching creative writing..

  • December 18, 2012 at 7:33pm

    I preferred Buds Gun Shop over them anyway….good riddance CTD.

  • December 17, 2012 at 5:37pm

    Unfortunately there isn’t money for these schools to have armed guards or officers for each and every school. I work in a school and here is what I would like to see despite the fact that people on the left would think it is crazy. First off, every teacher doesn’t need to have a gun in a school. However, there should be at least 5 or 6 staff members that get the proper training not only on handling a weapon but also crisis training for this type of situation. Preferably, a front office staff member, at least one administrator, and then, 3 or 4 other teachers that located throughout the school. That way if an incident happens every area of the school would have a trained individual to hold down that area.
    People on the left would be scared about having guns on campus but if the guns are kept in guns safes in a secure area away from the students there would be no way for them to ever find them. If they did ever stumble onto the safe they still wouldn’t know what is in it and even if they did they wouldn’t be able to get in it without the key which would be in possession of the staff member. The gun in the safe would not have a clip in it to prevent any accidental shooting from say a student finding it and dropping it.

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  • December 16, 2012 at 11:36am

    Back in 1980, then-Robert Ludwig played for Nassau Community College and the bylaws of the Community College Athletic Association only permit a player to participate for two years. But the athletic association decided to reinstate Ludwig’s full eligibility, based on the fact that he was now legally a “she” and deserved the full two years of permitted playing time with her new gender.

    This is what angers me the most. I can be tolerate of people changing their sex even though I do not agree with it. However, when these people start getting special treatment that is when it crosses the line. This person already used up their 2 years of eligibility, who cares if they are now a women it is still the same person! Based on this, a man could now play division one basketball for their school, use up their 4 years of eligibility and then get a sex change and play 4 more years. So in other words if you get a sex change you are rewarded with 8 years of eligibility and those who do not only get 4 years. Unreal, that is all I can say.

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  • December 15, 2012 at 12:51pm

    Reread my post, I never said I was a good teacher insisting I was better then anyone. I said I was one of the hard working teachers. I have work ethic unlike most union members that I have seen in MY experience. I haven’t missed a day of work in 5 years and the last time I took a sick day it was because I literally couldn’t get out of bed. I don’t feel it is fair for the tax payer to pay for my cruise or for when I have a phantom injury.

    I could care less about your gun control stats, take a look at states/countries that have stricter gun laws. Most are more violent places and have higher murder numbers. Plus making guns illegal isn’t going to make them magically go away unless you think making drugs illegal have worked. Why do I not hear you crying for knife control since 22 were stabbed outside a school in China?

    Thanks for the name calling…that’s how I know somebody does not have any substance to their argument. I am done wasting my time replying to your nonsense I don’t want to hurt my finger typing and have to take workers comp…oh wait I’m not a liberal and part of the union so never mind.

  • December 15, 2012 at 11:55am

    I worked in 4 schools in my teaching career thus far. Here are thoughts from teacher. At every school it is pretty much the same thing, roughly half the teachers are dedicated hard working employees and the other half are either lazy or incompetent and need to find a new career. The conservative teachers are almost always on the dedicated hard working side as we tend to gravitate towards each other in the schools since we are normally in the minority. That isn’t to say that all liberals are lazy because there are some really good hard working liberal teachers that work in my school. The difference is that those hard working liberals have not been brainwashed by the unions. You can spot the union liberals in every school. They make sure to use up all their “sick days” each year even using them to go on cruises. They will try to get out of work by using workers comp, like this year a teacher “hurt her finger” and tried to get workers comp to get time off. Fact is unions and government involvement have destroyed the education system in this country.

    And your gun control statement…yes let’s add more gun control laws that criminals won’t follow. That will solve everything. That school was a gun free zone yet somehow the criminal didn’t abide to the law. Do you think making a state a gun free zone will keep criminals from not breaking the law. All that will do is keep the law abiding citizens from being able to protect themselves.Your ignorance is astound

  • November 7, 2012 at 5:58pm

    You are correct…the Obama administration did a fantastic job demonizing Romeny/Ryan as anti women. Which for you liberals being against free birth control, killing unborn children, and not allowing public funding for killing unborn children equals to anti women. Well done!

  • November 7, 2012 at 5:47pm

    Rand Paul/Nikki Haley would be my choice but unfortunately I don’t think that’s a winning ticket. Marco Rubio/Mia Love may our best chance and would get us closer to heading in the right direction. They do not have a ton of experience but that no longer matters in winning elections, case in point Obama.

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  • November 7, 2012 at 5:33pm

    I think a Marco Rubio/Mia Love ticket is our best chance. Unfortunately experience doesn’t matter anymore, case in point Obama.

  • November 4, 2012 at 12:38pm

    I live near there…democratic party filed a lawsuit asking for additional time so early voting has now been allowed there again today for 4 additional hours from 1-5 pm. Democratic party has been complaining down here in Florida for months that Sundays after church are when blacks like to vote and were upset that one Sunday was taken away in early voting this year. This whole thing seems a little fishy but I may be wrong.

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  • August 1, 2012 at 5:58pm


    I always find it comical when liberals try to use the constitution in their defense because most times the only thing they would use it for is toilet paper. I’d be interested to know if you side with the constitution with every issue (i.e. gun rights) or if you just pick and choose when you want to try and use it in your defense.

    You are correct there is no where in the constitution that states that gay marriage should not be allowed however there is no where it says it should be. I agree with you that it should not be the right of the federal government to decide this. Anything not in the constitution is left to the states which the majority of states have sided with me. The ones that have not and have made it legal I disagree with but it is their choice I feel as long as the people in that state are allowed to vote on it. If 20 years from now more states have the same belief as you and I am in the minority then well I feel that will be the least of our problems.

  • August 1, 2012 at 2:38pm


    I understand what you are saying however you are comparing apples to oranges. What you are labeling as “gay rights” is not the same as women’s, blacks, rights in the past. Women and blacks wanted equal rights as their counterparts which they got (i.e. voting). Gays already have the same equal rights as their counterparts.

    The definition of marriage is a formal union between a man and woman. A gay man has an “equal right” to marry a woman just like a straight man cannot marry another man. If we change the definition of marriage then we are making “special rights” for a particular group not equal rights. If we do that it then where does it end, what if a man wants to marry a horse, do we give him “equal rights”. I know that point is a bit extreme but you see where I’m going with this?

  • August 1, 2012 at 12:59pm


    You said and I quote “Actually, if you’re going to frame it that way, they have “chosen to cater” to the majority of Americans. The majority of Americans support equal rights for gays:

    Sorry my friend you can put all the polls up you want but the fact of the matter is whenever this comes up for a vote it always gets voted against, even in states like California which is one of the most liberal states out there. Facts are there are only a handful of states that legalized it and no matter how many polls you show me… what people vote trumps all of that.

  • [1] July 11, 2012 at 11:07am

    You obviously do not come to this site often or just enjoy labeling everyone on here like a typical liberal. If you did come to this site often you would see that most times..not all, but most times racist comments are called out. You said and I quote “He has done NOTHING compared to a lot of white teens criminals. You all are trying to make him out to be a criminal, which he was not. he has not done anything that most of your rotten kids have done.” Really?? I’m sure the typical rotten kid sells drugs (allegedly) and punches bus drivers in the head and get suspended from school. Quit trying to make Trayvon look like a saint, the mainstream media already attempted that and failed. Does that mean Zimmerman is innocent of his action? No it does not, but that is not for us decide, that will be decided in court when the facts finally come out. So please go back to your hole and don’t come back here again labeling everyone on here as a racist, it is getting really old.