User Profile: Red West

Red West

Member Since: March 21, 2011

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  • [2] October 13, 2014 at 3:21pm

    Classy guy. Too bad we don’t have more like him.

  • [3] October 10, 2014 at 4:53pm

    So basically… that’s the nation’s ********? Funny… I’d have put it somewhere around San Francisco.

  • [29] October 10, 2014 at 1:12pm

    I’m sorry. I know this is bad, but it’s also funny as hell. The PC Bandit using this country’s own asinine stupidity to his advantage. This is priceless.

    In theory, a man in this getup could simply walk up and shoot someone in the head, and if he managed to escape the scene, there’s damned near nothing anyone could do to find him. Imagine him doing this right outside a Mosque as the Muslims are all flooding out of the building. Now what. One shooter amongst hundreds of Muslim women. Whatcha gonna do? Tell all the Muslim Women to lift their robes? HAHAHAHAH. Yeah… that’ll go well.

    This country’s so screwed.

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  • [11] September 26, 2014 at 4:35pm

    So when I refuse to hire a Muslim out of fear for the safety of my employees, I get sued, right?

    The day is coming when people will DEMAND to be allowed to carry at work. Just imagine this inbred POS walking in with his knife and seeing 5 people with .45 semis pointed at his empty little head.

  • September 23, 2014 at 8:12pm

    Lord this is pathetic. You want to SHATTER INTERNATIONAL PARALYSIS??? Propose a solution. You lead off and end with “we can change how it ends”. Really? How? What’s the solution? Oh SHI$… forgot that part, eh?

    So essentially they managed to make a very sad video depicting the tragedy of war. Got it. War is bad. War is sad. And Thank GOD they did, because until now, I always thought war was just a big pizza party. FTARDS.

  • [1] September 19, 2014 at 4:21pm

    Agree and disagree. Agree with your approach, and respect it as a great option for those who can do it. But HOAs are not the city, the county or the Federal government. They’re a private association that the home owner voluntarily opts into when the purchase the home and sign the contract. Until I can (career, kids, schools, sports, etc.) get into a more rural area and get out of the HOA world, I’d rather live in one that out of one. Don’t want a hot pink house next door to me. Don’t want giant Christmas decorations on the front lawn while watching my 4th of July fireworks. Don’t want 12 cars on blocks on the “lawn” across the street. And for that, I’m willing to live under some restrictions that will occasionally frustrate me.

    If these people signed an agreement that gives their HOA the right to say no to some statues, then they signed it. Put them in the house. Put them in the back yard. Put them wherever you want so that YOU can enjoy them while not subjecting the rest of your neighbors to your VERY religious tastes. Sorry… IMO, they’re in the wrong here.

    Now, with that said… if a Muslim throws a bunch of Islamic crap out on his front lawn across the street and the HOA doesn’t go after them to, then I’d say gut the HOA like a fish.

  • [4] September 18, 2014 at 12:51pm

    It’s amazing how much of this could be resolved with a simple voucher system. If this is what public schools are turning into because of pressure from the wing nuts on the left, and they really believe this is what parents want and kids need… great. Let’s go with a voucher system and see how many kids are left in public schools. And when those schools collapse completely, the indoctrination and corruption going on will simply fade away. No more arguments about public endorsement of any particular religion, gay issues, or anything else. Because there will be virtually no public schools.

  • [12] September 15, 2014 at 5:53pm

    So… as Fearless Leader would say… Let me be clear. She states the reports are “completely ill-informed” and “reflect a lack of understanding” of how the process worked.

    So she’s better informed than Maxwell who was working in the State Dept., was there as the documents were being gone through, was told to participate in the process, has been scapegoated originally for the State Dept. breakdown, etc. She could claim that he’s a liar and that no meeting took place. She could say that he’s disgruntled. Should could make a lot of claims to defend the State Dept. in this case. But her only response is “in-informed” and “didn’t understand the process”?

    She also states the ARB had access to all of the documents they needed. “Needed”? Is that like the way they determine what type of a gun I “need”, or how much of my paycheck I “need” to keep, or the type of health care coverage I “need”. She never made the claim that they had access to all of the documents that ever existed, or that they didn’t shred documents. Just that they provided the ARB with what they “needed”.

    Pardon me if that doesn’t quite meet the integrity standard.

  • [2] September 15, 2014 at 4:23pm

    “The term ‘moderate muslim’ is ugly and offensive. There is no moderate Islam. Islam is Islam.” Prime Minister of Turkey

    At some point we need to just stop trying redefine reality and just listen to them and take them at face value. They scream “I must kill you”… we hear “I want a cookie”. No… he wants to KILL you. This isn’t rocket science.

  • [4] September 15, 2014 at 2:20pm

    those are male goats… they’re still gay.

  • [12] September 15, 2014 at 2:00pm

    He still wasn’t wearing their clothes. Did you put a lot of thought into that rationalization? Look, I’m not even into institutional religion, but the fact that the guy is being censored when wearing a shirt that expresses his faith is freakin’ sad. That’s what this country has come to. You have DHS advisors preaching the “caliphate is coming and America is an Islamic country”, but a Quarterback can’t wear a shirt that cites Jesus and peace.

    Now tell me something really ugly isn’t coming.

  • [25] September 11, 2014 at 12:57pm

    WAIT… you mean he didn’t just tell a group of scumbags exactly what they wanted to hear to get their support? He told a group of ethnic Christians who don’t reflect America’s view of Christianity that he can’t support them, but God Bless?

    For those who were unsure… THIS IS WHAT A PRESIDENT LOOKS LIKE!!! A man who doesn’t pander. He states facts and sticks to his principles… even if it costs him votes. Go figure.

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  • [3] September 10, 2014 at 7:33pm

    So, to the firefighters in question, the smoking monkey is a smoking monkey meant to ridicule the idiot firefighter for smoking.

    In your mind, monkeys represent black people.

    Now who’s the racist?

  • [3] September 10, 2014 at 12:18pm

    Do unto others Sparky… Do unto others. If you open your fat ass mouth and prove yourself to be a raging bit## at every turn, then you invite the negative commentary you receive. If a person does NOTHING to warrant an attack, then IMO they should be off limits. Miss

    “I was never proud of my country until they elected my idiot husband”,

    “let me enjoy my million dollar vacations while I fly separately from my husband costing millions more while Americans starve in the street because of our BS policies”,

    “Shut up and eat what I tell you to eat because I’m the nation’s mommy, in spite of my own diet, my husbands diet, and my monstrously fat as#”…

    This is not a woman who minds her own business and deserves to be left alone. So when someone like Joan Rivers come along and has the balls to speak her mind, I’ve got no problem with it. Trust me… with all of the asinine and completely unwarranted praise this heifer gets from the MSM over her looks, her brilliance, etc., I doubt Joan’s jab had much effect. This cow actually thinks she’s attractive and a model first lady.

  • [2] September 9, 2014 at 3:17pm

    Uh… hate to defend a football player, but if in fact the food sucked and the service sucked, then why should he be obligated to tip them at all, let alone well?

    IMO, the real problem here is the restaurant. If this is what they do to their customers, there’s no way in hell I’d ever do business with them. It’s not as if the waiter said “everything was great… no clue why he did this”. This is likely to blow back in their face BIG TIME. All McCoy has to say is “crappy food and crappy service… didn’t want to leave a tip”. That’ll line up with 90% of the folks out there. But the restaurant’s move? Don’t know too many who would put up with that. Idiots.

  • [6] September 3, 2014 at 7:14pm

    And that’s what you got from that interview? So tell me… how many dead Muslims do ya think ol’ Phil has buried in the swamps or fed to the gators around his property in LA? Sorry, but you missed the mark on this one. ISIS is saying convert to my religion or I will kill you. Phil is saying he’d love to have a chance to convert them to Christianity so that they would STOP slaughtering in the name of religion… but they won’t “convert” away from what they’re doing, then kill them.

    Yes… really crappy choice of words. Phil hasn’t been known to be a wordsmith to say the least. But what he’s saying is dead on. If your religious belief dictates the slaughter of innocent people who don’t agree with you, then you have two choices. Abandon that religion or suffer the consequences of your ACTIONS, not of your BELIEFS.

    Unless you believe he’s using Muslim’s for gator-bait but just keeping it all on the down low, then your post is intellectually dishonest. Try harder.

  • [6] September 3, 2014 at 2:13pm

    The problem (biggest of MANY in that video) was visible long before the round hit the paint can, or any target. Normal rounds do NOT look like that. He was firing incendiary rounds, and without being in tightly controlled conditions, that can go from a kickass good time to a raging fire and a lot of misery really quickly.

  • [17] September 3, 2014 at 2:10pm

    You do know those were two different videos and two different guys, right? The guy who said he’d waited until they had 2 1/2″ of rain to set the right conditions was NOT the same idiot who fired incendiary rounds over a dry grass hill… and there was no mention of recent rainfall in that first video. The gamer idiots were just that… idiots. 1) you don’t shoot at a compressed air canister like a spray paint can, 2) you ideally don’t throw the target for yourself as you are far less likely to have the weapon under control (this of course is dependent upon the target and the skill of the shooter, but these dorks don’t fall into the extremely experienced class I’m guessing), 3) you DEFINITELY don’t shoot the same potentially explosive can from only a few yards away with the target on the ground, 4) you SURE as hell don’t shoot a target with potentially flammable materials inside a compressed canister with a freakin’ incendiary round, and 5) you don’t use those types of rounds over a dry grass area. You don’t even NEED to hit a flammable target to set fires with those damned things.

    I’m all for fun, and under the right conditions, those rounds could be a kick. But this was just stupid on top of stupid and what gives recreational shooters a bad reputation.

  • September 2, 2014 at 8:40pm

    And I couldn’t care less about the God angle. The simple fact is, our society celebrates oddity to a fault. The freakier you are, the more you need to be “celebrated”. Newsflash… Nature does not “celebrate” diversity… it devours it. Am I suggesting we “cull the herd” and kill off those that don’t meet the standard of “normal”??? Of course not. 1) We’re a civilized society (in theory), 2) humans are capable of compassion unlike most animals (and many Muslims), 3) contrary to the view of most pro-choice liberals, those who don’t meet society’s standards for “normal”, shouldn’t be aborted. No… they shouldn’t be shunned, punished or killed. But they sure as hell shouldn’t be accommodated and celebrated at every turn either.

  • September 2, 2014 at 8:30pm

    It’s failing to accommodate a mentally ill person who wants to masquerade as something he’s not. Kid needs help, not a drivers license.

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