User Profile: randi3927


Member Since: March 07, 2011


  • October 10, 2013 at 1:17pm

    show me the election that supports this.

  • June 30, 2013 at 2:03pm

    On our way up there this week. As Custers we are particularly interested in the East Calvary Battlefield were my Great Uncle fought back JEB Stuart.

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  • June 19, 2013 at 2:21pm

    I think it should be noted there is no evidence that Martin Luther King Jr was a Republican. His son says he never endorsed either parties presidential candidates. It would be consistent with blacks in that historical time frame, but he apparently thought it best for the movement to remain neutral. It is true some of the closing remarks in his I have a dream speech mirror words said by another well know Black Minister at the Republican National Convention in the 50s. Sadly Nixon a close confederate of J Edgar Hoover did more to hurt Republican relations with blacks than any one else. Of course Republican Leadership today seams Hell bent on driving all their moral constituencies out. Frankly I’m all for another party. If I have to be out of power can I at least be represented by good men, that isn’t Boehner.

  • June 11, 2013 at 5:02pm

    I’m going to side with Bill Cosby here. Bill has consistently pushed for responsible behavior on the part of the minority community as a route to prosperity. Coronal West may be right about “Muslims”, but can you name one of his accusations that is valid of “Black Muslims”? I agree they are wacko in many ways. But most of our religions have some pretty bizarre history. Every thing Bill said about Black Muslims is true. He’s not defending their doctrine but their results. You can believe in the great wheel and anything you want as long as you are a good neighbor and not hurting me or defenseless victims. Black Muslim is barely Muslim. If we in the majority had not been such racist jerks for so long it probably would not have taken hold. Given Bills interest in getting minorities to work hard and become responsible for there lives, his comment is supports his objective. And being tolerant of good people with some bizarre beliefs is much different than being tolerant of monsters.

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  • May 14, 2013 at 12:21pm

    Have you ever worked with any Palestinians? They live their life to hate. And Israelis can be so obstinate. They are like a puppet fight all the time.

  • May 14, 2013 at 12:13pm

    Perhaps CAIR should be al little more concerned about what Muslims do than the reaction to what they do. As far as I’m concerned CAIR is the information or rather disinformation arm of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • April 15, 2013 at 2:02pm

    I’m with Ranger1965. One of the things that surprised me where how fast Beck and Goldline were to tell me about the fall. I don’t get that from Merrill Lynch. I’m looking at the numbers and wondering if it’s not time to buy. It’s one of those WWGSD moments. He’d buy.

  • February 17, 2013 at 6:12pm

    How stupid do we have to be? Look at the “creature”. Note how focused it is. Now note how as you go back it the image of the hand and body get less focused. Classic near focus depth of field. Now look at the trees and the jet contrails all focused in the background. PHOTOSHOP!

  • February 15, 2013 at 1:21pm

    There are about forty of these events a year most happen over the sea. Check out some of the big ones

  • January 16, 2013 at 6:58pm

    Well I read the list. For the most part it seems pretty sensible.

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  • January 14, 2013 at 9:00pm

    This is such BS. There are lots of schools with armed police, where are the projected horrors? Further there appear to be numerous incorrect numbers. About the only thing I agree with is ten kids a year is hardly worth the effort.

    In reply to the contribution Five Concerns About Armed Guards in Schools

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  • January 3, 2013 at 12:30pm

    I’m disgusted with both of these P**ks, but I am so grateful Boehner got close enough to say what I think to Reid. If I ever meet him in church I think I’ll say that too, right there in the foyer. Sick of the bastard.

    In reply to the story Boehner to Reid: 'Go F**k Yourself'

  • November 7, 2012 at 12:17am

    How is it that a Tea Party Conservative House of Representatives gets re-elected with an approval rating of 9%? What does that mean? As far as I can tell as long as there is not a scandal they can be the most obnoxious obstructionist and get re-elected. So lets shut down the government.

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  • September 7, 2012 at 1:16am


  • September 4, 2012 at 2:09pm

    All this rancor! Good grief. I thought I read a fair and honest article, where she came off an honest person, wanting to get her life in line with her beliefs. In the end she happened to have chosen a gay life style. I think she comes off pretty likable.

  • August 14, 2012 at 7:52am

    I need to add a correction. Since 1984 Federal employees have had to pay into Social Security. The exception being our fine elected officials. It’s called FERS. Above SS contributions they take at least 1% of your pay match it and add it to your Thrift Savings Plan. If you stay with them to retirement you get the Basic Benefit Plan as well. Many if not most other government workers don’t pay into social security.

  • August 13, 2012 at 5:26pm

    Well said Brother! Though I would check your facts on Galveston. I lived there. CATO says it was Galveston County Government employees that opted out along with: “San Diego… , and state plans in Louisiana, Ohio, and Massachusetts”. The citizens got squat. Note also that the trust funds are based on two categories: retirement and disability. If I live the average age I will get $0.42 for every dollar I put in. (unless I work to 70 then I get $0.46/dollar invested) SS pays for all the widows, orphans, and disabled from our SS funds. Who doesn’t pay that? government employees, and railroad employees, who also opted out. So with 34% plus workers on the government payroll, we private workers pay the whole load. They support unions, who buy politicians who make sure they don’t pay, and that we can’t invest our retirement in the market. My ex is a teacher. They get $5 for every dollar they pay in. Why, they invest it all in the “risky” private markets, just like the politicians retirement plan. I’d love a little of that risk! Instead my retirement money bought turtle tunnels instead of American jobs. Turtles don’t pay interest.

  • June 5, 2012 at 1:43pm

    In Defense of WV Democrats (I’m not one) as an election commissioner I am proud to report that WV “Democrats” in the Primary Election 43% voted for a convicted, incarcerated, Texan rather than vote for President Obama! His chances of winning WV are South of ZERO. This is a closed primary state.
    We are producing and burning more coal in the USA than ever in History. Restricting new plants to natural Gas is not the problem, Coal states are sitting on huge reserves of Marcellus Share Reserves. And making existing plants using low sulfur coal add scrubbers is not going to kill it either. The administrations and environmentalist asinine attacks on Fracking and requiring ridiculous new technologies for existing coal plants is a huge problem. CO2 Standards are a problem. The fact is given time we will develop new ways to recapture CO2 and create energy that is competitive. We need to get government off the industries back, economics always solves this problem, even the big companies want to look like good guys.

  • March 21, 2012 at 2:07pm

    I LOVED THIS! Haven’t had so much fun since the All Dorthy Marching Band in My Fellow Americans. I hope they raised a ton of money.

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  • February 26, 2012 at 11:49pm

    Can I just be disgusted with all the parties?