For The Record - Tonight 8pm est
CLOSE X

User Profile: Polyphemos

Polyphemos

Member Since: June 15, 2013

Comments

  • July 23, 2013 at 11:21pm

    Amen! Tell it all, brother!.

  • [1] July 23, 2013 at 11:19pm

    For what it’s worth, she warned the man – you can see he point the rifle at his “package.” He takes a swing at her with the knife in his left hand. She backs up. He continues toward her. She fires. He dies. Self defense – stand your ground. Also, a single .22 cal hollow point bullet, especially the high powered variety or the 60 grain sub-sonic sniper bullet, is deadly WITHOUT a head shot, under 30 yards, regardless of what you’ve been told by the lovers of bigger calibre ammunition. Just because it doesn’t come out the other side each and every time, doesn’t mean it hasn’t done an enormous amount of damage. – Don’t want to offend any big-calibre people – just looking out for my favorite ammo.

  • July 22, 2013 at 1:06am

    Why cannot The American Psychological Association and like organizations see that this is the end result of THEIR doing? You cannot HEAL rapists and pedophiles. There is NO CLINICAL EVIDENCE that recidivism can be reduced. There’s no historical evidence, either. These sub-humans should have been killed, if not by the state, then by the parents of the victims, in the dead of night, in an untraceable manner. The fact that they are alive, today is another example of the complete failure of New York, and the State is getting exactly what they deserve.

  • July 22, 2013 at 12:54am

    I can’t stop laughing. Anybody has the right to defend themselves. If a child in the womb is a threat to my life, I’d kill it. But it would be a child, and I would be killing a child to save my own life. This woman is so far off the road of logic and ethics (never mind morals or teleology) that she makes pro-abortion advocates look like mentally challenged persons. Maybe they are. She cannot seriously know how remarkably dumb she looks? Maybe this is what happens when ethics has no boundaries.

  • July 12, 2013 at 2:54pm

    I don’t know where, in the replies, this will fall, but Carnac is correct, to a point. Food Stamps, in South Carolina are the third leg of the Corridor of Shame instituted by James Clyburn and State Politicos to guarantee re-election. But we also have plenty of Caucasian Baby-Mommas who vote a straight Democrat ticket. I am afraid the entitlement disease is everywhere and cannot be diagnosed by speech accent or the smount or lack of melanin. But Carnac’s point was not racial. His point was that what we have is the residue of bad Federal programs. To wit: If you feed the bears,the bears will not forage for themselves. We now have 18% bears in SC feeding from the pick-a-nick basket.

  • July 7, 2013 at 4:47pm

    No matter what law is passed, no matter how strong it is, no matter how many miles of fence is required or how many guards are voted for, no matter how strong the language, no matter who is told by law to attend to this problem, IT WILL NOT BE ENFORCED BY THIS PRESIDENT. Barack Hussein Obama has no intention of sending any illegal back to their country of origin and will seek out illegal persons to enlist to receive generous government gifts.

    While I do not want to attribute any ill feelings toward “W,” except to say that we are the same age and he looks much, much older than I, he must know that he is a pawn in a very dangerous game of immigration musical chairs. He is saying what he knows he must say.

    When we have a new administration and Congress that the people of America can trust, we can once again take up the discussion of changes in the immigration laws. But if we have a new administration and a new Congress, we might just be able to enforce the laws we have.

    Responses (1) +
  • June 22, 2013 at 4:03pm

    I have only one question: Why has the exceptionally honest Congressman James Clyburn, the beloved handmaiden of Nancy Pelosi, not said anything about this?

  • June 21, 2013 at 3:59pm

    I wonder how the brides would have felt if he had given a 50′ Pocket-Hose?

  • June 21, 2013 at 3:42pm

    It’s one thing to shoot up an office, filled with North Carolina Lawyers. But a WALMART!! O.M.G!!! IS THERE NO DECENCY!!!!!!

    Responses (2) +
  • June 21, 2013 at 3:34pm

    When we own our land without having to pay taxes on it again and again; When we can pass our land from one generation to another without the government taking taking pieces of it every generation; When we can stop being robbed to give to corporate agro-giants and pandering food-stamp programs; we will be able to afford to help those in real need – which a precious few – and feed the world at cheaper competitive prices. Fascism Doesn’t Work.

    Responses (1) +
  • June 18, 2013 at 1:00pm

    It doesn’t matter. As long as the organ grinder is questionable, there is no trusting the grinder’s monkey. And if the monkey originally was trained by a dishonest organ grinder, it may still be a problem. Ook! Ook!

  • June 18, 2013 at 12:51pm

    This story does not pass the smell test. Are the parents of the little darlings friends with the authorities on ANY level. What are the laws regarding guardian-minority responsibility – are the parents financially responsible and are they attacking to keep from or ameliorating future payment?

    My guess is that a good lawyer and a better counter-suit will solve this comi-tragedy.

  • June 14, 2013 at 11:54pm

    Well, I did, but you didn’t publish it.

  • June 14, 2013 at 11:38pm

    The real criminal here is Princeton High School. What have they taught here, in this instance? They certainly have no understanding of the second amendment, or the fourth, or the fifth. There are real eavesdropping, and search and seizure issues, along with forced self-incrimination issues. I hope the school has VERY good lawyers and that the ACLJ is listening. I also hope that each and every executive at that school loses his or her job because of this specific infringement of this boy’s rights. They are creepy, creepy people and deserve every wicked punishment they receive.

  • June 14, 2013 at 10:55pm

    But after all of this really good disputation, the question remains, if the Republican party cannot bear to be Constitutionally chaste, and the Democratic party refuses to be that party either, what is the alternative?

    1. We could start a third party. But the mind of the American voter is genetically BOUND to a two party system. It would require the kind of money, time, and determination from so many people that simply does not exist at this time, that such a plan appears unworkable.

    2. We could start a revolution. But if you have been paying attention, you know that the coffins and the camps are already in place. And if we’ve learned anything, it’s that such things don’t work.

    3. We could co-opt the Republican party. Impossible? No. Quite possible. In fact, it is something that Carl Rove is deadly afraid of. As someone who has successfully run statewide political campaigns, I can assure you that the Republican Party is ours for the taking. That is to say we honest people – we patriots – we Constitutionalists. Some RINOs can be threatened into doing the right thing – others can be clobbered in the 2014 and 2016 elections.

    But this can happen only if we organize. Find out who your TEA party people are and get them ALL together. DON’T use their organizations. Start fresh. If you have people like Trey Gowdy already in office, USE THEM. THEY WILL HELP YOU. And ask Jim DeMint for help. That’s what he’s there for.

    NOBODY ASKED ME TO WRITE THIS

    Responses (1) +