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Rajabear1

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  • June 13, 2013 at 12:15am

    nice…

  • June 12, 2013 at 6:01pm

    Dear bobby rush,
    After deep thought and careful consideration, I have come up with a sincere heartfelt ‘go pound sand, moron’. Truly hope that did not offend your sensibilities—ummmm, second thought, hope that it did.
    Sincerely,
    All American Citizens-Born and bred citizens and LEGAL immigrant citizens alike

  • June 11, 2013 at 2:02pm

    Dolphin fan here (man, it hurt’s every time I say say it) so I could never be a pat’s fan—EVER! but I am happy for Tebow and will root for him every time he steps on the field. Pats probably one of the best organizations for him to hone his skills and bring the best of him out for NFL play. Glad he was not brought onto another dumb@ss team as a marketing ploy and be put up to the public for ridicule–jet’s and rex, what class acts…not. Have a feeling the Pats fans and media may rough on him for a while. Good luck to him.

  • June 11, 2013 at 12:36pm

    Ding, ding, ding! Winning comment. Just add that they actually already KNEW about BOTH terrorists before the incidents occurred. Fort Hood, the military was well aware of his contact with anwar ali-whats-his-face and had been ‘shifting’ him around to avoid being unPC because they were aware of what he had been ‘counseling’ to the men and women that would be sent to him. And we know that russia had already warned us about the boston b@stards and Lord know what else the gov knew prior to the event. And yet, where was the extra scrutiny on their phones, email and such prior? I contend it is because the data gathering is not primarily for terrorist—well, not foreign or radical left terrorist, but for those crazy people that are not willing to drop the Constitution and come along quietly to join the NWO.

  • June 5, 2013 at 3:14pm

    I say winner comment of the day.

  • April 29, 2013 at 3:51pm

    Yes, jrook, I stand corrected. Tebow is talentless. Glad you cleared that up for me. Moron. By the way his faith and his talent are not mutually exclusive, but they both can stand on their own merit. Once again, it is something that ‘people’ like you will never understand. If you really believe that he’s milked money for be a talentless hack, then you should be happy that he has been let go from such a great team (puuleez). sure showed him didn’t they? Why are you here fighting for what has already happened? Is it possible that most folks here are happy for him regardless of your perception of his supposed failure? Does it eat at you? Good. Pretty sure the guys in the Broncos locker room were glad to see a playoff that year. And spare me if you say ‘defense’. They didn’t win till he stepped on the field.
    I too, feel it is just awful that he didn’t hide his genuine self from the world, but rather let it ooze out of every pore. For shame that HE took advantage of the stage of the great and benevolent NFL to give credit where credit is due in his life. For shame! NFL would NEVER use a human being like that for money…oh wait….

  • April 29, 2013 at 1:30pm

    NFL is getting their wish come true. Anybody who knows the NFL, knew the trade to Jets stank to high heaven. The fit was not right and made no sense. Ryan and the Jets organization proved it further when they ‘utilized’ him the way they did. NFL from the top and all the way down to the lowly announcers may quite clear of their disdain for Tebow. ESPN were and are absolutely vulgar in their cheering for his demise. Quite sick, actually.
    The beauty of the whole situation was the more they thumbed their noses, the more he continued to win. Love it. What better to do when you can’t crush the uncrushable? Why send him to the armpit of America, ice him and cross your fingers that he will break and you can smear him constantly during every NFL game even when the kid can’t get on the field but maybe a handful of times and mostly in ridiculous situations.
    What will make them even more nauseated, is no matter what he ends up doing in the field of life, he will be happy and a true success as long as he walks with Christ.
    Eat your hearts out creeps. You’ll never understand. For they believe fame and fortune on the football field is what makes one fulfilled. Take a look at all the pro athletes, one thing you rarely see is happiness or contentment. Tebow gets football is a vehicle, not the end of the destination.
    PS I believe he bowed not on the field, but on the sidelines during play. I could be wrong. Correct me if I am.

  • April 26, 2013 at 2:47pm

    Dad is NOT coming in the foreseeable future. Apparently an ‘ambulance’ was called to their house last night and he was taken away ‘ill’. So neither parent will be stepping foot on American soil in the near future—at least, not that we’re going to be told. makes you wonder what’s really on the dad’s back ground and if it is why he had to back out. Also wonder if our shadow government is advising them behind FBI’s back…

  • April 23, 2013 at 4:54pm

    I almost wonder if the ones that did try to stand on the 4th are primarily the ones who had the extra special escort out of their homes. I can’t remember which LSM news station I saw it on, but there was a guy being interviewed about his experience and they let him stay in his house and record them going through it. So what was it that would have them decide who gets to play buddy-buddy with the illegal search teams and who gets a gun shoved in their face.

  • April 23, 2013 at 1:34pm

    The only thing I can think of to say is to repeat what you have surely already have heard before, but please really think hard about what it really means:
    Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Ben Franklin
    I’m a single mom of 3 and I too vacillated as you are doing when they passed the first patriot act because I was thinking that poor little me needed all the ‘protection’ the gov could give me from those mean terrorist—and heck, I had nothing to ‘hide’, so what was the big deal, right? But in the time between then and now, how I have learned sooo much.
    I am the only one that can truly protect and defend what is mine, be it kids, self, or my own liberty.
    We’ve discussed this all week in our house. We understand where this is going. There will be a Bill of Right and the Constitution plastered on our door so they will be aware there is resistance that lives here. Period. And if a bad man is here? Well, life isn’t about comfort and ‘feeling’ safe. Sometimes, you are called to fight and defend even in your own home and you may fail. Our forefathers took that risk for us, it would be a shame to dishonor them on something as important as our basic rights and the Constitution.
    There are lines in the sands of life. Only you can choose which ones are the ones you will stand on. From what I saw in boston, this is one of mine. If enough people stand, THEY will fall.

  • April 22, 2013 at 1:05pm

    @bdcguard-19–I see that you’re new, so I’m not sure of your intent, but I do want to THANK YOU. I watched this live and in fact, cnn looped the apprehension a few times and there was even more discussion between the 2 reporters about what type of cars had arrived on scene, types of uniforms and so forth. Then NOTHING. Zero. It was as if the whole hour never took place and they were reporting that he was dead after arriving at the hospital. I thought I had imaged the whole thing.
    take a close look at his body, a fighters body. Take a close look at his hair, same exact color and cut around the nape and ears as the marathon surveillance pics. And it looked as though he had put on about 3 days beard growth. And this was recorded AFTER the shoot out and explosions that he was killed in. I tell you, this thing just gets stranger by the day. Don’t get me wrong, I fully believe that these guys are terrorist. my questions are who and how high up do others involvement go? Was this one of the FBI’s little terrorist traps that went wrong or what? Something stinks…
    Thanks for the link, glad to know i didn’t dream it….

  • April 21, 2013 at 10:33pm

    Also remind her it was just an average citizen that found the punk terrorist AFTER the “all clear” permission slip was given by the enforcement. It wasn’t the enforcement that found him. Still find it odd that they let their president go into the heart of boston without knowing either way that these b@st@rds were still around. Good job guys.
    i find it scary as hell that an entire metro area was shut down for 1 creep terrorist and that the people COMPLIED, willingly had their houses searched at gunpoint and stayed cowered in their houses–BY COMMAND! Maybe I’m dumb, but has this ever happened to this magnitude in our history? I mean, since the Constitution was written? I’m with many others that feel we have just has another lesson in our re-conditioning. Our founders would be ashamed for what took place in boston, of all places historically, that took place this week. 1st-the complacent we have been lulled into dealing with islam and sharia–even they were aware of the danger and it is a threat to the Constitution and our freedoms and 2nd-the bowing over to a police state–by the federal freaking government. It was a real pretty exchange of freedom for pretend security. Old Ben Franklin really knew what he was talking about and pathetically, most of America, doesn’t. Heartbreakingly sad…

  • April 21, 2013 at 3:33pm

    @wigone-Couldn’t have said it better my self. How ya all feeling about all the thousands Somali refugees this administration brought in a couple of years ago despite our protests? Can’t wait till the immigration bill goes through. Good times, good times….

    Food for thought: The saudi rat does mean ‘something’ and just like letting the 26 yr old punk radical islamist continue staying here not once, but twice when he should have been deported. Here’s the latest info on our awesome little Saudi terrorist. It would serve you all well to read the entire story and find out who his daddy is too…

    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2013/04/20/following-the-saudi-angle-abdul-rahman-ali-alharbi-terrorist-ties-and-obama-administration-avoidance/#more-62012

    Don’t be surprised if we find out they are connected in some way, maybe not…but you never know. Bet 10:1 the terror cells are overflowing in the Boston area and all over the NorthEast. Totally fell for the free palastine and America is mean and with their big east coast mouths and attitudes, tell you to shut up if you disagree. So happy the coasts are smarter than me…I have a feeling they are producing an islamist-OWS highbred up there to the likes we can’t imagine.

  • April 21, 2013 at 3:07pm

    @Max Jones and others who have been wondering-The rat does mean ‘something’ and just like letting the 26 yr old punk radical islamist continue staying here not once, but twice when he should have been deported. Here’s the latest info on our awesome little Saudi terrorist. It would serve you all well to read the entire story and find out who his daddy is too…

    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2013/04/20/following-the-saudi-angle-abdul-rahman-ali-alharbi-terrorist-ties-and-obama-administration-avoidance/#more-62012

    Don’t be surprised if we find out they are connected in some way, maybe not…but you never know. Bet 10:1 the terror cells are overflowing in the Boston area. I have a feeling they are producing an islamist-OWS highbred up there to the likes we can’t imagine.

    By the way: It was those crazy internet sleuths that gave the fbi their clearest pics of the b@st@rds once they knew who the were looking for. It is the internet sleuths that have cracked the Travon Martin case wide open and many more examples.
    The thing about internet sleuths is that it is hundreds of thousands of folks w/ all different backgrounds w/ no mental blocks to keep them boxed in like the law enforcement, gov workers and media do. Plus, you can’t shut THEM down—yet…

  • February 27, 2013 at 11:04am

    Just so you are clear who and where she really stands. I have no issue with disagreeing with certain view points of conservative mouthpieces, it’s what makes us individuals, but what she did a couple of weeks ago was straight out of the progressive playbook and was meant to be divisive. She ran straight to the NYT and promoted an Alinsky tactic (BTW, nice of you to cover it Blaze, truth has no agenda, eh?):
    “And we can’t be afraid to call out Rush Limbaugh,” said [Cupp]. “If we can get three Republicans on three different networks saying, ‘What Rush Limbaugh said is crazy and stupid and dangerous,’ maybe that’ll give other Republicans cover” to denounce the talk-show host as well.”
    Get it?

  • February 27, 2013 at 11:00am

    Glad you mentioned the Rush deal. What she said about him was unbelievable. I have no issue with disagreeing with certain view points of conservative mouthpieces, it’s what makes us individuals, but what she did a couple of weeks ago was straight out of the progressive playbook and was meant to be divisive. She ran straight to the NYT and promoted an Alinsky tactic (BTW, nice of you to cover it Blaze, truth has no agenda, eh?):
    “And we can’t be afraid to call out Rush Limbaugh,” said [Cupp]. “If we can get three Republicans on three different networks saying, ‘What Rush Limbaugh said is crazy and stupid and dangerous,’ maybe that’ll give other Republicans cover” to denounce the talk-show host as well.”

  • February 26, 2013 at 4:40pm

    When she had her own temporary show on GBTV, she couldn’t contain her excitement over one of her most favorite politicians—Lindsey Graham. I knew right there and then who and what she is. She then went and proved me to be right, when she took the job on msnbc. For Beck to believe that somehow she is a bastion for conservatism on a dark lib world is a false belief. Not sure if anyone over there (from the Blaze) ever watches her or not, but I do (and yes, it does hurt to watch and pay attention to the LMS) and she is happy a a clam amongst them and feeds a very false narrative of conservatives.

  • February 4, 2013 at 3:45pm

    Nor can the GOP afford to have an independent black man speak truth to the masses, especially if it contradicts their NWO goals. He doesn’t fit their narrative, if you haven’t noticed, since the new congress stepped in last month. Anyone notice a huge shift in the GOP stances lately? This election, across the entire country, was not ‘stolen’ by the dems or libs, it was was carefully crafted and executed by the freaking establishment ‘right and left’.
    We have been played. It affects all of our lives, not just some corrupt freaks in DC doing what they want and just wasting money.
    FOX did a huge shift after 2010 election. Notice? Wonder why? We the people, scared the pee out of them. Spelled danger for the game plan that ‘both’ parties have in store for us.
    I’m just wondering why the Blaze is reporting on this…they, like everyone else in the media (including Beck and Co.), have treated this entire subject and the people that have raised commonsense and logical questions as though they have jumped the crazy train. Even when the numbers and reports of physical fraud from across the country supports the idea that massive fraud was perpetrated.
    I’m getting real tired of arguing that 2+2 does not equal 5.

  • February 1, 2013 at 6:02pm

    Me thinks he’s just a tad bit upset that we will not go quietly up the ramp into the boxcar. Well, he can go on and just keep on being upset. We’re just not the NWO type of folks. May his 100 million keep him warm at night while he stresses out about us ‘rightwingers’ and how we won’t just follow like blind sheep.
    Hey, gore—go get bent with your pal the nazi sympathizer, soros.

  • February 1, 2013 at 4:58pm

    Hee hee…good one.

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