User Profile: pgson

pgson

Member Since: May 12, 2011

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  • [2] March 1, 2015 at 6:21pm

    Yeah, just read that. When will enough be enough?

  • [56] February 28, 2015 at 9:44pm

    Gag me, in this spectacle that is every single solitary pre-written Obama-emotion.

  • [44] February 28, 2015 at 7:54am

    You don’t redesign that flag. It was good enough for countless true patriots to fight, bleed, and die over. You never touch that flag.

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  • [58] February 27, 2015 at 9:11pm

    This possibility was thought up days ago. I think Limbaugh thought they were going to do that. Why does it take these super expert Congressmen and women, with all of that accumulated, learned degree experience and education as “career politicians” until the last minute and even then, they can’t come up with the common sense solution?

    Because they don’t want to.

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  • [23] February 27, 2015 at 9:05pm

    Yeah, there’s nothing “disgusting” about the reaction here. It’s called a root beer/coke float and it’s delicious…

  • [23] February 26, 2015 at 8:44pm

    Nor a President who is a nazi (substitute muslim in there, of course).

  • February 21, 2015 at 1:51am

    Jesus was a proponent of taking up arms to defend yourself, so forgiving is great, but we have an obligation to stop a brutal aggressor from killing, torturing, and enslaving us. When you say, no I would not do anything to them. I’d leave it to God, you’re saying that you will not defend yourself and you, and most likely your family, will be brutalized and killed for your own inaction. That’s not a good philosophy to hold to. God helps those that help themselves. It’s not her fault. Her parents must be there to teach her the difference of turning the other cheek and doing nothing when you could do something. As a message, though, it’s the wrong one to send to these barbarians.

    But I sit here saying this, all the while not in the military and not out there fighting to defend anything, either… Hard to be a critic from the arm chair on that.

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  • [5] February 13, 2015 at 6:02pm

    Probably the best fight seen in a long time. Most guys just flail and wail at each other. They’re pulling out headbutts and head slams and take downs. lol

  • [11] February 11, 2015 at 2:57pm

    Another “I don’t have all of the facts, but I think it’s safe to say that the police acted … stupidly.”

    Get another beer summit ready…

  • [6] February 10, 2015 at 10:29pm

    Their right.

    Grammar is everything.

  • [3] February 9, 2015 at 7:18pm

    Only the lunatic, racist communist Perry could have possibly come up with that “analogy” of Holder “in nerd land.” Lunatic scum land, is the appropriate title. Now, Holder’s gloating about how cool he was while being “pissed off” during hearings daring to ask him to explain his horrid, traitorous actions against this Nation. Hearings where he did nothing but lie and fake total ignorance. “I’m not aware of that…” is the most overused phrase by these liars. These people have got to be tried for treason. It’s got to happen, for this Country to get cleansed of the atrocities they’ve gotten away with.

  • [38] February 8, 2015 at 5:48pm

    The State Department with all of its 60,000+ workers is also a farce. Mose of the Government agencies are and should be shut down. It’s a bureaucratic utopia they’ve created for themselves. And I agree with others, shut down the payment to Congress and the White House. Shut down the spending, period, until people we’ve elected are forced to act within the Constitution again.
    The last part is a pipe dream right now, probably, but at the very least, shut it down and no more spending beyond the debt ceiling. If these newly elected Republicans controlling both houses can’t, at the very least, do that, then it’s about time for We the People to take over. Get some spine, you career politicians!

  • [6] February 4, 2015 at 1:38pm

    Ugh, your finger length has nothing to do with anything. We each have free will, we each make our own choices and we each are born with inherent personality traits. We learn, we change, we grow, and sometimes we decide the wrong things in life.

    Always looking for some lame physiological excuse.

  • [6] February 3, 2015 at 7:36pm

    Frankly, there probably was a wish to make Wilson the hero, but the racist aspect is reversed. The media have been all over every single black quarterback, especially the new running-type quarterback, for years. They wanted him to be the MVP and to win this Super Bowl. Just like they’ve wanted RG3, or Michael Vick, or Warren Moon to finally win and be the “best of all time.” Of those, Warren Moon is a great QB. But yes, every chance the left has to promote a black player in anything, be it Tiger Woods as he’s failed year after year to live up to their hype, or whomever, they will do it. How many times was the token phrase, “He’s no Michael Vick.” uttered, even when Vick was doing terribly, to negate usually a white quarterback’s athleticism. Maybe Peyton Manning got away from some tackles and made a run. Oh, that was lucky, but he’s no Michael Vick… Chris Collingsworth one game had to make a statement after touting the excitement of the “new” running quarterback, “I’m not trying to say that the time of the old quarterback is over….”

    Anyway, it’s been pretty blatant the left media bias in sports regarding this for years. They want a black athlete to succeed over a white one, no matter what. It filters down into the coaches in football. So, yes I can see that playing into this call. There is also the fact of Lynch not succeeding 4 out of 5 times trying to run the ball in from the 1 during the season.

  • [2] February 1, 2015 at 9:29pm

    It is amazing that humans like this look upon the world, a world where we are all given free will to either create and do good, or to cause misery and destroy, and he instead blames God. God gave us this life. Humans are the ones bringing misery upon themselves, not God. Chance also exists in this world. If we walked outside and nothing could hurt us, there was never any strife or pain caused by anything in the world, we’d reject it all. We’d be lazy, unproductive, and even worse to one another, I am sure. It’s the journey, the overcoming. Overcoming the hardships of nature from one habitat to live and prosper in another, overcoming all set-backs, which lead us to be the best that we can. There will always be humans who have the ability to choose evil and those may be the ones minding the rest of us in positions of power. That is something that we, the ones trying to do the right thing, must endure. We can fight it; we can try and change things, but the important thing even if we do not succeed is that we keep fighting for good.

    The culmination of what we experience, we will cherish beyond this world. It all has meaning. Pain, pleasure, mistakes, triumphs. This indignant, vengeful human, and atheists like him, only are fooling themselves. They blame God for their own mistakes, or things that others have done to them. As if their lot gives them an excuse to lay blame at their own creator. Like a child cursing their parents and saying they wish that they were dead…

  • [1] February 1, 2015 at 4:56pm

    Holy Toledo!

  • [3] February 1, 2015 at 12:25pm

    It seems that you cannot make fun of the new media’s darling team, especially since these are blacks here. That’s a double no-no.

    Not that it would be funny if they weren’t so biased, but I bet they’d praise the hell out of it if this were making fun of Brady and Gronkowski.

  • [35] January 31, 2015 at 11:05am

    Yes, there are a very small minority that ever does. I can’t remember the guy’s name you mean, but he seems to be a lone voice in the wilderness. There are some, of course, but if a religion in totality was for peace, the *majority* of the voices would come out against such despicable barbarians in their ranks. Unfortunately, this is not the case, which leads one to have to conclude rationally that “radical Islam” is more the norm, than a fringe sect of it. In fact, look at the countries, and this person who comes on Fox you mention also states this, where Islam is the majority. Each one, from Saudi Arabia, to Pakistan, all of the way to Iran, has an overwhelming majority of the populous in favor of Sharia Law and the tactics used by terrorist groups. Part of that is the leaders of those countries are dictatorial and also the religious leaders. It’s the only religion where it cements itself into the political governance of the people. When you have that type of totalitarianism, you’re going to vote the way it wants you to, or you won’t be heard from again.

    Anyway, they are correct that this is simply gross political correctness here. It’s made to undermine and destroy traditional values by forcing something into it which is not wanted. All in the name of freedom…

  • [59] January 29, 2015 at 10:43am

    Chris Kyle should have just done the completely non-racist thing and let the well-intentioned and misunderstood Iraqis succeed in blowing him and his troops to Kingdom Come. That is the only sensible action by a white privileged racist to atone for their sins against all other races…

    Shame Chris is not alive to shove a gun barrel in these media scum’s faces…

  • [11] January 29, 2015 at 10:40am

    farmgirl here seems to still be recovering from getting run over by the plow…

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