User Profile: Red West

Red West

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  • [1] July 17, 2014 at 1:51pm

    I’d say they might have been whistling out the back end as that tunnel came crashing down around them, but then knowing what we know about them, I’m sure that whistle has been bored out to more of a “whoosh” noise at this point.

  • [2] July 17, 2014 at 1:50pm

    Just one more example of Israeli’s doing it right. Not only did they destroy the tunnel on their end, but they destroyed it on the other ensuring any scumbag who may have escaped the initial strike has now been buried alive. Well done! I’d love to have Netanyahu as a Commander in Chief instead of Rodney Mom Jeans King asking the scum of the world… “Can’t we all just get along?”

  • [7] July 17, 2014 at 1:47pm

    That’s how Israeli’s play Whack-A-Mole!

    I won’t apologize nor do I feel remotely bad about the fact that watching this brought a huge smile to my face. Now they just need to repeat the process about 100,000 more times and we may start to see a slightly better world.

  • [6] July 16, 2014 at 4:16pm

    What these morons like Zuckerberg’s sister fail to understand is that free speech without fear of reprisal need to go hand in hand. Yes… it would be a wonderful world if we could all engage in dialog openly and without anonymity. Unfortunately, when standing up for your principles can cost you your job, your business, your home or your life because radicals choose to attack rather than win the debate, it only serves to silence people and put an end to all debate. Having the ability to engage in debate without fear of being attacked in any forum outside the one in which you’ve chosen to engage… that’s critical to the free flow of thoughts.

    Yes, that means you have an unending line of morons who do nothing but “throw bombs” and work to trivialize the debate with irrational bull####, but having to listen to stupid people is part of the price of a free society. Hell… I would love to never have to hear Nancy Pelosi, Reid or Obama ever again. But that’s not an option unless I’m willing to sacrifice my own voice too.

    Those that are most upset by the anonymity rules are those that are simply looking for an attack list, which is expressly the purpose of those rules in the first place. Why do you think they don’t want anonymous donors in politics? Why do you think they want the IRS (who has been happy to comply) to turn over donor lists for Tea Party groups? So the left can work to destroy them. Not complicated folks.

  • [1] July 16, 2014 at 4:05pm

    Agents and publicists sure are quick, aren’t they? It’s not that either of these brainless retards actually disagrees with what they tweeted… just that they were subsequently informed that showing clear support of the Palestinians which can be perceived as tacit support for those terrorists fighting under that same banner might not be the greatest career move.

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  • [17] July 16, 2014 at 4:03pm

    If it was them that actually threw the rock, each should be consigned to indentured servitude to this family for the rest of their lives. 50% of every dollar they make should go to the family… forever. This sort of tragedy happens, in large part, because kids (and adults) today see no real repercussions as a result of criminally negligent behavior. Those who act to harm others should be forced to pay the price in real terms for as long as those they’ve wronged feel the pains of their actions.

  • July 16, 2014 at 3:54pm

    With all due respect, and I say that because I do absolutely understand the sentiment behind your points, you’re ignoring history. You’re only looking at the horrendous results of elections in which we sat out and leftists took over. But we’ve also risen up and voted party line many time, but what was the result, even in victory? Bush? 6 years of control of the Presidency, the House and the Senate, and the government shrank how much? Spending shrank how much? The welfare state shrank how much? Cronyism and overregulation shrank how much? Don’t get me wrong. I think Bush, and his Dad, and many others on the “right” mean well when they act… they simply don’t understand the long-term implications of the compromises they make.

    Who started No Child Left Behind and Head Start? Bush. Monumental failure, but a darling of the left. It’s virtually untouchable now. Best of intentions, but never should have happened.

    Who started the Americans with Disabilities Act? Bush Sr. Again, great intentions, but it was the government stepping in where it didn’t belong. Clinton got ahold of it, ran with it, and has destroyed countless businesses and lives as a result.

    Even the current border crisis. It’s Obama’s making, but he’s using a law passed by Bush that had the greatest of intentions for political cover.

    Just winning elections doesn’t change a thing if those you elect don’t understand the limits of government and respect them!

  • [3] July 16, 2014 at 3:44pm

    Vote the party… no matter what. Really? Do you actually hear yourself? Voting for a bad guy because you don’t think he’s quite as bad as the other bad guy is NOT the way to fix things. Again… we did not get here because we voted for people with principles. We got here because for decades we’ve been abandoning our principles when we vote. We’ve been asked to hold our noses for the better part of a generation and vote for the lesser of evils. Why? Government has grown under the Republicans just like it has under the Dems. Our Foreign Policy has been as jacked up under them as it has under the Dems. Increased regulations, crony capitalism, increased power by unelected thugs in federal agencies, shrinking of state’s rights and personal liberties, increased tax burden, all of it… almost as bad under Republicans as it has been under Democrats.

    Tell me something… We had the Presidency, the House AND the Senate from 2000 to 2007. How many Federal Agencies were disbanded during that period? How much did spending decrease during that period? How many pro-border control policies were put in place during that period? What happened to our debt during that period? What true tax reforms were put into place? What restrictions on lobbying were imposed? What foreign aide to enemy countries / groups was cut?

    Face reality. Just having an R after your name isn’t the solution. Principles… that’s the solution!

  • [1] July 16, 2014 at 3:34pm

    Damned Straight!!! The ONLY way we win the fight for smaller government, secure borders, personal liberties, states rights, etc. is to elect more and more and more people like Mitch McConnell, Lindsay Graham, Susan Collins, Thad Cochran, John Boehner, George Bush, Jeb Bush, etc. etc. etc. THEY ARE THE FUTURE OF… wait?

    What was your point again?

  • July 16, 2014 at 3:29pm

    Choosing not to vote for a Republican who lacks conservative principles is ignorance? Got it. So if you believe that the Department of Education should be done away with and the power returned to the states, you should vote for a Rep. like Bush… who grew the Dept. of Ed massively? If you don’t believe in cronyism like we’re seeing out of Obama, then you should vote for someone like Bush… who started the bailouts? If you believe in sovereignty and secure borders, you should vote for someone like Bush (Mr. Amnesty) or Graham?

    Government has grown exponentially, as has our debt, under both Democrat AND Republican leadership… it’s just been more “light speed” and obvious under the Democrats. Voting “for the only candidate who can win because he’s more moderate” served us amazingly well with Dole… McCain… Romney… right???

    Face it… you point to people of principle and claim they’re ignorant, while behind you stands DECADES of failure as a result of being more “pragmatic” and “enlightened”. We are where we are not because of people with principles, but because of people who abandoned them. And you have the BALLS to ridicule those calling for principles and integrity and call them ignorant.

    For the record… ignorance denotes a lack of awareness or knowledge. You, in turn, have ALL of the information necessary to make the right decision and are in turn refusing to accept the facts. That, my friend, is far worse than ignorance… It’

  • [2] July 16, 2014 at 3:19pm

    Simple question… would you rather be led by an idiot, or a hypocrite/liar. The left is overflowing with idiots who make comments like “you have to borrow more money and spend more money to get out of debt”, and “unemployment is the most effective means of economic growth”, and “you have to pass it to see what’s in it”. And they actually believe this crap. But they’re not hard to fight… just let them talk.

    But the hypocrite / liar… FAR more dangerous. They’ll tell you what you want to hear, and they’ll preach common sense (RINOs) or vague platitudes (Progressives like Obama) that they know can be interpreted one way, but can be redefined at will to suit a purpose. Can someone please tell me how electing someone like McConnell, a proven hypocrite and liar, and giving him control of the Senate is any different than having someone like Harry Reid or Obama driving the bus? Seriously? If you can’t trust anything they say, what principle do you point to that separates one from the other? They’re all the same… just a different letter after their name.

    Then you have guys like Cruz. Runs on a platform… sticks to the platform. Gets demonized by the left… sticks with his principles. Gets demonized by the RINOs… sticks with his principles. I have no idea if he’ll stay the course, but if he does, HE IS THE PROTOTYPE for what we need to fix this country… not more like McConnell, McCain and Graham. I won’t vote for a lying Republica any mo

  • [2] July 16, 2014 at 1:39pm

    Best of luck with that. The most effective means of building an alliance typically doesn’t involve “we will crush you”, ridiculing you and then using far-left fear mongering and inciting voter fraud to defeat you after the majority of Republicans had already voted for the Tea Party guy.

    Sad reality is, if I were in MS, there’s no way I’d vote for Cochran. If I was in KY, there’s no way I’d vote for McConnell. And I suspect there are a lot who feel the same way. The establishment’s vile methods employed to ensure what they felt would be a victory in taking the senate this time around has done nothing but alienate actual conservatives, thus placing their chances of winning far more in jeopardy. Again… Best of luck to them.

  • [1] July 15, 2014 at 3:09pm

    Don’t think it’s direct… just the simple fact that he’s an apologist for terrorists and excuses the attack on the US. One would assume that he’s more than happy to extend that same philosophy to excuse the attacks on Israel as well. He’s a scumbag, plain and simple. But he is right about one things. Terrorism is the weapon of the poor. They can’t build armies, because they’d be wiped out. They can’t reach key targets, because they don’t have the resources. So their recourse… slaughter the easiest targets to reach and try and create a groundswell of backlash against their enemies. They’ll never get decent people to side with them on policies and merit, but they can terrify decent people and con the stupid ones into pressuring their governments to effectively surrender.

    It’s the weapon of the poor… the cowards… and the scum fighting for a way of life that no civilized human being could ever rationalize. “Leave our country alone… so that we can continue to abuse and kill our women, execute those who don’t believe what we believe, murder gays in the streets, etc.” Somehow, that message doesn’t seem to work really well amongst decent people. But “leave our country you imperialists… what gives you the right to impose your beliefs on us…” Now THAT they can sell, just so long as those hearing the message are either too stupid or too lazy to comprehend / look up what that independence means for millions of innocent people.

    So what’s

  • July 15, 2014 at 2:56pm

    Zimmerman vs. Trayvon… I see this much the same way I see the Sunnis vs. the Shias. One scumbag taking out another scumbag. I fail to see how this is a tragedy by any definition that takes into account the definition of a decent society.

    They can try and put lipstick on the pig (apropos given the star of this particular article I suppose) all you want, but at the end of the day, one loser is ruined, and another violent scumbag is gone. Isn’t that the real-life enactment of the philosophies of one of the left’s greatest heroes… Darwin?

  • [1] July 15, 2014 at 2:53pm

    Something that large simply doesn’t fade. If it does, it leaves behind a black hole from which not even light can escape.

  • [2] July 15, 2014 at 2:51pm

    How does someone on Welfare manage to grow from Obese to Rotund in the span of a year. When Democrats can explain that to me, then we’ll talk about some compromises on food stamps. Until then… vegetarian express. She can have fruits and vegetables and only reasonable portions of each… nothing else is covered. Hell, why is it so difficult to propose welfare / food stamp recipients simply follow the same diet Michelle FatASS Obama is trying to force on everyone else? Why doesn’t she start with those she has the right to dictate diet to… the one’s we’re picking up the tab for.

  • [6] July 15, 2014 at 2:47pm

    EXACTLY. A country of over 30 million is overrun and terrorized by a group of around 1,000 scumbags? This is not a people worth saving. If they aren’t willing to rise up and save themselves from this sort of barbarism, why should my son be asked to make that sacrifice for them.

    Let them kill each other all they want as long as they keep their sh## within their own borders. When they step out… you kill them. No bull#### rules of engagement… no reading of rights… nothing. Just a bullet to the head. If the country itself falls into terrorist hands and the country itself becomes a clear and present danger to the US, then carpet bomb them into extinction… all of them.

    THAT is a foreign policy I can get behind.

  • [2] July 15, 2014 at 2:39pm

    Darwin vs. Progressive Philosophy… a dichotomy born in hell. To a Progressive, Darwin is god, at least when discussed in the context of the Christian’s God and the debate over creationism. And yet, their entire existence is predicated on the thwarting of Darwin’s principles at every turn. According to Darwin, people like this would starve to death or be killed in the streets as a result of their blatant stupidity. But no… not only do morons survive in this country, but they actually THRIVE and rise to the highest levels of social and political status. If their god was in fact real, they’d be dead. And yet they will fight to defend his “survival of the fittest” philosophy to the death (as long as it’s someone else’s death).

    Truly fascinating.

  • [6] July 15, 2014 at 2:33pm

    Tell ya what Sparky. 14 lifetimes from now when you have paid 1/10 of what Mitt Romney paid in income taxes just last year alone, then you’re free to whine about them “hiding their money” all you want. Until then, you’re just another parasite living off the rich and bitching about how much of what BELONGS TO THEM they get to keep.

    It’s ironic to think that if the 1% disappeared tomorrow, the country would collapse and all of the parasites would starve to death. And yet, you demonize them every chance you get. Brilliant.

  • [12] July 15, 2014 at 2:29pm

    Respectfully, I don’t think you’re getting it. The IRS COLLECTS 2.4 trillion… but that is NOT their budget. That money goes into the treasury to pay for ALL government spending. Their budget is around $11 billion, with just over $5 billion earmarked for enforcement. When you cut over $1 billion from a $5 billion enforcement budget, you’re slashing over 20% of their operations. As much as I’d like to see them disbanded altogether in favor of a consumption based tax, that’s either never going to happen, or it’s a long-term fight that won’t happen over night. In the meantime, I’ll take a 20%+ slash of their enforcement dollars IN A HEARTBEAT.

    This is a baby and the bathwater argument folks. 99.9% of what Congress does to reign in Obama and his minions is useless crap. THIS is not. If in fact they hit the IRS with this sort of slash, it’s massive and it’s the FIRST time the House has used it’s power of the purse to do EXACTLY what the Founders intended when they were granted that power. And if they win the Senate in the Fall, they can follow this path to do the same to the EPA, DOL, Dept. of Energy, Dept. of Ed., etc. This is how it IS SUPPOSED TO WORK!!!

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