User Profile: one.dakine.howlie


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  • [-2] February 2, 2016 at 10:52pm

    It may not have been intentional from Cruz but it was intentional from his staffers which he is responsible for. I would be taking legal action if I was Carson unless Cruz is planning on running with Carson when all is said and done. It would be smart of Cruz to bring Carson on as his running mate if Carson fails to garnish enough support.

  • January 29, 2016 at 6:59pm

    I’m not sold on Cruz. You know what ticks me off the most though is that all these clowns waste time pointing fingers and making excuses instead of actually addressing the real solution to removing most of the illegal immigrants in this country; REMOVE THEM FROM ALL WELFARE PROGRAMS! My heck, if we would just stop giving out free stuff to these third world immigrants and had them pay taxes (along with EVERY American instead of only a small percentage of Americans) then we’d see these guys go back to their own countries. Those that stay are the ones working their tales off and contributing. Go ahead and give them a path to citizenship but make it very difficult so that they learn that it doesn’t pay to break the law.

  • [23] January 29, 2016 at 2:34am

    So many caught up in this nonsense… Can’t even see the event horizon coming clear as day. It doesn’t matter who won this stupid debate. Our problems are far beyond who wins this next presidency. If we lifted our heads up just a bit to see farther than a few years down the road we would be singing a different tune about what we should be doing to change our destiny. The problems of our world started with us, not a president.

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  • September 16, 2015 at 12:35pm

    It’s a big deal because they are all from the same family. While the rest of the world may not agree with their way of life these people choose to live this way and as such love one another like any family would. Can you image losing this many people in your family all at once?

  • [10] August 27, 2015 at 2:35pm

    You don’t know what in the heck you’re talking about. You’ve obviously never lived in the Japanese culture. It’s basically a watered down version of communism. It’s called the “caste system”. Ever heard of it? Oh ya, our wonderful brothers in England liked that type of society where a few were the only ones actually free to follow the path they want to follow while they told the rest of their neighbors how they should live hence our Independence from such a tyrannical existence.

    That being said the Japanese have been able to secure more of their culture of personal responsibility and love for life than we have. Many of them think beyond themselves in every action they take. In essence, yes they are more spiritual than we are in this nation and consequently don’t desire as often as our nation does to kill each other.

  • [4] August 27, 2015 at 2:10pm

    Well here’s my argument LibertarianSocialist on your point and why Donna’s comparison is a very good one.

    You yourself point out that people go through extensive training in order to operate a vehicle yet cars STILL kill more people than guns every year. Doesn’t that prove that more regulation doesn’t equal less killings with a gun? It my prevent some accidental shootings but gun training, registration, licensing, etc. etc. is not going to stop the murderer from murdering by using their gun OR stealing someone else’s to kill someone with.

  • [1] August 27, 2015 at 2:02pm

    You got it spot on Donna. Thank you for your words.

    I do have one disagreement though and that’s the part of your article where you threw abortion into the mix of gun laws, prohibition, and other activities that should be “regulated” rather than outlawed. Abortion is just a fancy word for the murder of an unborn child. It’s murder nonetheless no matter what fancy word you put on it. This is one activity that should be outlawed just as we outlaw murder of a person after they’re born. We don’t “regulate” murder so why should abortion be any different? Yes there will be women who abort their babies even after it is outlawed just like people kill other people even though it’s outlawed but those women should be prosecuted for murder if they are discovered to have committed an abortion along with the person who helped them do it.

    In reply to the contribution Gun Control Drives Me Crazy

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  • [6] August 26, 2015 at 2:18pm

    “There are too many beers in the hands of people who should not have beers! There are too many drunk driving deaths in the United States of America!”

    “There are too many illegal drugs in the hands of people who should not have illegal drugs! There are too many drug-related deaths in the United States of America!”

    “There are too many cell phones in the hands of people who should not have cell phones! There are too many distracted-driving deaths in the United States of America!”

    “There are too many cars in the hands of people who should not have cars! There are too many traffic deaths in the United States of America!”

    “There are too many cigarettes in the hands of people who should not have cigarettes! There are too many tobacco-related deaths in the United States of America!”

    “There is too much food in the hands of people who should not have too much food! There are too many deaths due to heart disease and stroke in the United States of America!”

    “There is too much sugar in the hands of people who should not have sugar! There are too many diabetic deaths in the United States of America!”

    “There are too many poisonous chemicals in the hands of people who should have not have poisonous chemicals! There are too many poison-related deaths in the United States of America!”

    etc, etc, etc…

  • [32] June 26, 2015 at 11:39am

    I have nothing against Asians or anything like that but a lot of this bed bug problem stems from Asian tourists coming to the U.S. for vacation. Their clothes and luggage are infested with bed bugs. My family owns a resort in a small town where tourism is the principle industry. One week about 50 tour buses rolled into town all filled with Asians. The next week every single hotel in that town had bed bugs. It was absolutely disgusting. It was so bad that many of the resorts and hotels contacted these travel companies and online booking sites to tell them to stop booking and marketing their hotels with Asian travel companies because they won’t accept them into their rooms anymore.

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  • [12] June 18, 2015 at 10:53am

    What are you talking about? Michael Oher had been in the league for awhile already when that movie came out.

    As far as Oher’s comments go, I don’t know what he’s talking about. He’s a lineman. He’s never going to be in the spotlight or be considered a “superstar”. I don’t know who is calling him a “bust”. His skill-set as a lineman isn’t flashy or dynamic. It’s a subtle, brute athleticism that is only respected by his teammate and those who’ve played the position before.

  • [22] May 6, 2015 at 2:17pm

    Are you kidding me? The kid is healthy besides being slower mentally than other kids. He’s not being abused or malnourished. Even if they hadn’t seen any doctors this is no reason to take a kid away from his parents!

  • [4] May 2, 2015 at 12:53am

    Do you even know what a “cult” is? I also find it ironic when people who preach about the “rapture” turn around and start pointing fingers at other believers in Christ and calling them cults. The word “rapture” isn’t even found in the Bible. It’s completely made up yet here you are blindly following a false premise created by man to the point where you’re condemning your brothers who are faithfully following the example of Jesus Christ.

  • [10] May 2, 2015 at 12:48am

    You people have no idea. You throw around the word “persecution” like it’s only a slight inconvenience. Go study Jewish history. Not just the surface of their history. Go dig into the the economic and political histories of the respective countries they were living in leading up to each Jewish holocaust. To your horror you’ll see a picture almost identical to the atmosphere we’re facing now with Christian values and ideals being attacked. It wasn’t the Jew that was targeted in these holocausts it was the ideology that the Jews had. People ostracized the Jews for what they believed in. They took it to a level where they could actually make entire populations believe that it was the beliefs of Jewish people that were destroying their countries and if they didn’t get rid of those ideas then they would perish. THAT’S HOW YOU KILL 11 MILLION PEOPLE!!!

    Ladies and gentlemen Christianity will be the next holocaust. We don’t even comprehend what persecution looks like. To the rest of the world the destruction of the Christian ideology will be a righteous cause to “bring peace, prosperity, and justice back to the world”.

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  • [5] April 27, 2015 at 10:23am

    Seriously. Had this happened in my city I would have immediately taken up a position on the roof and given a few cheek shots to discourage these animals. If that didn’t work THEN I would have piled up bodies of every person using an object as a weapon.

  • [4] April 20, 2015 at 3:51pm

    Exactly. The U.S. has been involved in U.N. nuke talks in order to stop any other country from enacting sanctions. Now the U.S. is sending warships to escort arms and missiles to protect Iran’s assets. This past year I have come to the realization that Obama truly is a muslim man. His entire intentions of getting involved in the U.S. government was to literally weaken it so HIS PEOPLE could bring islam to the world once and for all.

  • April 16, 2015 at 5:30pm

    Thank you for the correction. Note this correction Blaze journalists: When speaking in turns of chronology you reference to things that are older as “earlier” and things that are younger as “later”. A third grader would know this…

  • [7] April 14, 2015 at 3:16pm

    I thought the whole purpose of the Tea Party was to hold representatives accountable? What is the Tea Party except another ridiculous political party if everyone has to support their elected representatives even when they propose bad policies? Anything outside of a flat-tax is a betrayal to the Tea Party’s idea of tax law. Make it a flat-tax. We give more money to the people that actually grow the economy, we force the government to shut down the IRS along with other non-essential government agencies; saving us a considerable amount of money, and we pave the way for our nation to pay back our debt. Rubio has gotten too comfortable with his new power. MAKE HIM ACCOUNTABLE!!!

  • [2] April 9, 2015 at 11:08am

    Pretty much actually. They were a very primitive culture when Captain Cook landed on their shores. Yet most of the locals there now are still ticked off that “whites” “invaded” their land and eventually annexed it as a state. For some reason they believe the way of life there before the “white man” was AMAZING. Obviously the culture had some really good qualities that all of us can learn from and adopt but they’ve just nit-picked at their past and don’t want to look at any of the flaws of their ancestor’s life like open-marriages, cannibalism, human sacrificing, very high infant mortality rate, subjugation to a king, lice, fleas… A lot of the Christian missionaries that came to the islands once it was discovered just left after a week or two because the conditions were just too much for them to handle and they felt the people were a lost cause. I’m glad some of them kept at it because it has blessed the people of polynesia so much. I just wish more of them could see that and stop living their lives like victims.

  • [6] April 8, 2015 at 11:19am

    How many things have blown up in Obama’s face already? Has it made a difference? We all know the answer to that. He blames the consequences of his actions on someone else or refuses to accept the reality of the consequences. He has all of his friends in power next to him, he has an army of media trained to defend him at all costs, and he has over half the population of the U.S. brainwashed to think he is god. No my friend, there is no stopping him. We’ve been trying for over six years now. Not even our “GREAT TEA PARTY CANDIDATES” who promised to change Washington have done a single thing to stop him. We are on our own. Prepare your home and your community. That is all you can do at this point.

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  • [4] April 8, 2015 at 11:13am

    What I’m sick and tired of is Israel waiting for it to happen. Not to mention Saudi Arabia. If both of these nations fear for the future of their nations after Iran gets nuclear weapons then why aren’t they putting a stop to this? Of course I think after these negotiations are over that will be their last bastion of hope and they’ll be forced to take action at that point. I can sort of understand them holding out this long to see if the U.S. would come to our senses and do something about the whole problem. These failed negotiations will be the final nail in the coffin.

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