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qdllc

Member Since: June 08, 2012

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  • [9] May 5, 2016 at 11:26am

    As I’ve said, everyone is “racist.” It’s not necessarily a bad thing. We’re hard wired to notice what doesn’t blend it. It’s a survival instinct.

    Anyone not buying into the left’s agenda has been called racist for having differing views. These people are tired of it. So, is there “racism” behind Trump’s success? Damn straight! The majority of people who don’t buy into the left’s lies are tired of being bullied into a corner.

  • [2] May 4, 2016 at 10:27am

    Not to get ugly, but America is already dead. I would argue that NOTHING we can realistically expect the average American to endure would fix the mess we are in (the masses would revolt if we stopped the bread and circuses). The RNC has proven they are pretty much one-and-the-same with the DNC. So, putting up another republican stooge who will do little or nothing to change course isn’t a “fix.”

    Sometimes the only thing that will straighten someone out is an immense amount of pain. Perhaps it’s time for America to feel the pain so we’ll wake up from the fantasy and start dealing with reality.

  • [21] May 4, 2016 at 10:14am

    Exactly. The action was dumb, but anyone using the photo should have examined it closely. It’s not illegal to expose yourself to a camera. Had that same student distributed the picture, then he’d be responsible. Instead, others did the job of distribution because they didn’t pay attention to details.

  • [-1] May 4, 2016 at 8:00am

    Frankly, I’m glad he’s out.

    I’m not saying Trump is what America needs, but this is a screaming message to the RNC that THE PEOPLE do not support their agenda anymore. Conservatives are tired of RINOs and other establishment-favored proxies being put in power just to keep us going down the wrong road.

    Honestly, if the RNC put up another RINO for office, I would just as soon have Hillary as president. If we’re going to kill the country, let’s not make it a long, painful death.

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  • [9] April 25, 2016 at 11:25am

    Note that you’d have to have all 7 BILLION in the same place. Not having them jump wherever they are.

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  • [2] April 21, 2016 at 12:17pm

    So, government surveillance on the American public (city camera) spots a person in need and nothing is done to intervene before something bad happens.

    Anyone feeling safer?

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  • [19] April 8, 2016 at 12:47pm

    I’m sure she has enough dirt on BHO and his cronies that she’ll bring the whole house down with her if they don’t make it go away.

  • [11] April 7, 2016 at 3:50pm

    That’s the key. NOT ALL VACCINES are necessary. I’d never take a NEW vaccine until a few years have passed and I see what the real numbers are for adverse reactions.

    When I got my vaccinations, they were spread out over a couple of years and started at an older age. Now they want to give kids lots of vaccinations in a short time. I don’t buy for a second that it’s “perfectly safe.” The numbers don’t lie, and you really aren’t harming a child by being more conservative on how much is injected into their bodies at one time.

  • [5] April 6, 2016 at 12:03pm

    Wow. A college education and she didn’t know about using CONDOMS?

    I don’t know many people who would be pregnant again within 6 months of just having a kid.

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  • April 6, 2016 at 8:14am

    We could start by reforming the tax code so businesses have an incentive to locate/relocate manufacturing jobs here in the USA. I think special incentives should exist for companies that use only “American Made” throughout the production process (for things that can be obtained in the USA). Every company that shuts down impacts at least 10 other businesses that get business from them.

    I know people fixate on paying your “fair share” but if you create more jobs and stimulate economic growth with tax cuts for people who create the jobs, it’s a long-term win for everyone.

    Government got it’s money by taxing imports and exports. The whole “global economy” BS is why we have to tax individuals and businesses at ever increasing rates. There is no way a company should be more profitable by sending work to or buying products from 3rd world economies to sell here in the USA. Trade tariffs counteracted this economic imbalance. Without them, it’s a race to the bottom.

  • [3] April 5, 2016 at 2:30pm

    Actually, it’s one camera and a mirror. If you pay attention, you can catch a “blip” where two videos were “spliced” together. He must have filmed himself doing this multiple times and picked clips where the ball starts/ends in the right location to look seamless.

  • [1] April 5, 2016 at 10:31am

    Both sides have a point in this debate.

    Most companies CAN afford to pay more than they currently pay workers. Most set pay scales at the lowest the market will bear (before it costs them too much in worker quality).

    However, not ALL companies are in that situation. A lot of businesses struggle with the cost of labor (including benefits) in the overall cost of marketing a product or service.

    Right now, we’ve driven the good paying jobs away from America, and you really can’t make a living on low-pay jobs. So long as there’s a distorted supply/demand curve, it’s not in an employer’s interest to pay you more.

    What we need is more job creation by bringing businesses back to the USA instead of subsidizing/rewarding them to go overseas.

    Still, $15/hour for entry-level work IS NOT going to improve things for the nation. It will just further incentivise companies getting by with fewer people or just leaving the USA entirely (if they can).

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  • [9] April 1, 2016 at 12:39pm

    [giggle]

  • [-2] March 30, 2016 at 2:06pm

    I think it’s an idea long-past doing. There’s many people who can’t drive but NEED the mobility a car affords. Autonomous vehicles would be a huge blessing and a Hell of a lot safer than these same people choosing to drive either without a license or with impairments severe enough to make them a danger to others.

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  • [4] March 29, 2016 at 1:53pm

    Ironically, that very show proved how throwing money at the jobs issue doesn’t work. So long as the money flowed, people were put to work. Once it was cut off, they lost their jobs because the employers couldn’t absorb them.

    You don’t need government funding jobs. You need an atmosphere that stimulates job creation by the ones who create the jobs.

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  • [1] March 24, 2016 at 1:05pm

    Or maybe Christians are so tired of being bullied and preyed upon in a society that claims to value religious freedom and freedom of expression that someone not afraid to fight back against the real bullies (the establishment and PC crowd) draws their support.

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  • [18] March 24, 2016 at 12:59pm

    He wasn’t dancing…he was celebrating.

  • March 18, 2016 at 2:29pm

    “Shot in Brussels raid”

    I would have shot him in the head.

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  • [-9] March 18, 2016 at 12:12pm

    Surely you jest.

    Only parents who bring their kids up on Christian values must be sent to Parenting 101.

  • [34] March 18, 2016 at 8:02am

    Voting for the least evil is still voting for evil. This is why the “establishment” has gotten away with murder for so long.

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