Use – I’m not arguing anything. You are wrong. That’s all.
(and swine? really? How pompous.)
October 6, 2015 at 3:24pm
Typically Russian choice though – If they prop up a leader that would be ousted were it not for Russia’s intervention, it makes that leader, if successful, completely subservient to Russia. Like the Czars – young, under qualified, and completely reliant on the state for power.
Vlad is doing fine if he stays out of Israel's way. Otherwise he find who is the real bad doggie in the neighborhood.
The IAF has been smoking Russian aircraft for almost 70 years. Just another days work for the Jews.
China's new aircraft carrier will make a nice fish reef.
 October 6, 2015 at 3:16pm
RJ- Entitled, drunk, and stupid – now also with a record.
Useyourbrainz – you make my (absurd) point for me. The problem is people, not guns. As long as that problem exists, no matter what is available to do harm with, people will continue to harm. As with any tool, it can be used different ways. In this case, you can attack, or defend. As long as people continue to behave violently, I will not give up my right to defend myself. You, of course are free to disarm if you think that’s prudent.
 October 4, 2015 at 11:10am
I really don’t know what to expect. I do think we are coming to a tipping point in the US and more and more people are watching this kind of thing. I hope we see it sooner rather than later.
October 4, 2015 at 9:54am
@Useyourbrainz Odd response, and hardly analogous to my point.
 October 4, 2015 at 9:49am
Glad to see Boehner almost gone. Would hate to see more of the same.
Do you think the people that elected Boehner over and over will elect someone that’s different? The GOP has always been about the centralization of power.
do any of you listen to the research Glenn does for us every day, Daniel Webster is the best choice. and many representatives are waitiing to hear for you. 202 224 3121 may need your zip code to get right office
 October 4, 2015 at 9:43am
Manipulative piece of drivel. You can’t fool us anymore.
 October 3, 2015 at 2:29pm
If there is one, perhaps it doesn’t fit the current narrative.
How many people has Obama killed in Syria. Iraq giving ISIS weapons.
Isn't that the truth! How many guns have gotten up on their own and shot someone? None that I know of. You'll notice when talking about gun control Oblamer never mentions Chicago and/or DC, both have some of the strictest gun control laws in the US, yet their murder rates are astronomical. I haven't heard it confirmed yet, but I'm betting this school was a "Gun Free Zone", gun free that is except for the one intending harm to others. Will libwits never learn?
Obama is VERY aware of this, that is why Dems want our guns, so they can force the rest of us to do what they want.
Nuclear bombs don't kill people - people kill people. Let's give everyone a nuclear bomb! We'll all be WAY safer.
@Useyourbrainz Odd response, and hardly analogous to my point.
your "point" is absurd. And its absurdity is illuminated by the fact that it is logically identical to my claim.
No weapon can kill anyone without the intervention of another person. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't reduce the opportunities of those that would choose to do harm.
If everyone were 100% trustworthy and good of heart then we all could own a nuclear bomb and no one would die. But alas, we are not all trustworthy nor good of heart and so precautions are taken to reduce the proliferation of them.
While clearly less immediately destructive, guns are identical in that if we were all trustworthy and good of heart, we could all own guns without endangering anyone. Equally identical to this is the fact that we are not all trustworthy nor good of heart and so, also identical in its validity, is the argument FOR increased gun regulation so as to reduce proliferation of them.
Useyourbrainz - you make my (absurd) point for me. The problem is people, not guns. As long as that problem exists, no matter what is available to do harm with, people will continue to harm. As with any tool, it can be used different ways. In this case, you can attack, or defend. As long as people continue to behave violently, I will not give up my right to defend myself. You, of course are free to disarm if you think that's prudent.
If you agree that it's always the person and never the tool and that no legislation should be passed in regards to the tool because the tool can have no bearing...
Then you should logically be OK with letting individual citizens obtain tanks, fighter jets, and even nuclear weapons.
Obviously no one is ok with nuclear proliferation. So clearly, despite the argument that "the tool is never to blame", it remains acceptable (nay, PREFERABLE) for the government to regulate civilian access to dangerous tools.
Hence, stricter gun regulation should be adopted.
Useyourbrainz - You are just being spurious and trite, and no amount of "Nay's and Hence's" will add veracity to your claim on gun restrictions. Don't miss this -
I hope you find it enlightening.
When you can't argue the point, argue the way it was delivered. Classic deflection tactic.
And to the link about "freedom". The constitution says "arms", not "guns". Which means it makes no distinction between the type of armament (tanks, fighter jets, and nuclear war heads included). You still need to answer to my desire to own heat-seeking surface-to-air missiles as protected by MY SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHT!
Enjoy your cognitive dissonance, swine.
Use - I'm not arguing anything. You are wrong. That's all.
(and swine? really? How pompous.)
 October 1, 2015 at 11:50am
dvlman – I am grown up. Congress can’t defund what isn’t funded. Troll elsewhere.
 October 1, 2015 at 10:29am
Who would have thought that an upfront socialist would gain any traction in America? Makes you wonder who we are as a nation these days.
Very troubling thoughts, aren't they?
I never would have believed this could happen in my lifetime.
Sadly stunned and plenty po-ed.
smith : Makes me wonder more just who is orchestrating all of this - behind the scenes , of course - with the help of the Far Left's control of the MSM. From the " video made them do it " to the International OWS mobs to the BlackLivesMatter Mic- check racists. No end to odd ball / unAmerican activities ever since the Far Left Obama wing began Occupying our White House . This is like watching a modern, political version of the Wizard of Oz !
All of that public school/college indoctrination is paying off. Young people now do not know any different. America is an evil,racist, bigoted nation, and we MUST depend on our all knowing savior,the Government, to lead us into a new era where we are all equal and nobody is ever offended .Do not question,only follow.
Perhaps we are becoming a nation that looks beyond labels to concrete proposals.Most of Sanders' concrete proposals are worth a look.
As a young child I quickly learned that we weren't being educated in political systems. Having a German surname and living in a city with a large Jewish contingent kids were calling me a NAZI but none of them could tell me what that really was. This caused me to learn what I could about the differences and subtleties of the different political systems. Unfortunately my peers just learned to call names without knowing the substance the names refer to.
We have been slipping into Socialism since "The Great Society" became the objective. I know SS was started in the 30's but initially it was for widows and orphans and those workers who outlived their life expectancy.
We have achieved a majority of takers no longer honoring the producers, as they think work is for those too stupid to game the system.
Silver: For one, I love the surge of Bernie Sanders. I recall Ross Perot. He split the Republican vote and Sanders is doing the same now to the Democrat Party, and especially to Hillary. Truly, this is a gift from Heaven!
It's the new American dream.
Welcome to the FTUSA (FT=fundamentally transformed). The votes are for all the nice things. The problem comes when they have to fix what is wrong with their niceties. The progressive tactic is to get the camel's nose under the tent, and the fix is pulling the hump into the tent.
 October 1, 2015 at 9:39am
Perfect. Aside from the irony, there should be NO public money allocated to this travesty. The tenets of liberty say that you can believe in something I find revolting, but you can’t make me pay for it’s survival. (Our current situation seems to be liberty under siege)
Agree with you.
At this point THEY OWE US MONEY.
Do NOT pay into the system that is destroying us.
Not one more fake penny!!!
You have some very twisted logic, and seem to be overlooking one very key point. NO FEDERAL MONEY GOES TO ABORTIONS. Do you understand that? I don't want my money funding war of any kind, but i don't get to make that choice, grow up....
dvlman - I am grown up. Congress can't defund what isn't funded. Troll elsewhere.
 September 29, 2015 at 12:39pm
I have no take on this kid as the media publishes what feeds it’s narrative these days, but I can say that the way he is being lauded in reaction to reasonable concern, is so far out of balance in comparison to other school incidents that remain unresolved and/or continue to be prosecuted, that the only thing that is clear is the presence of an agenda.
 September 27, 2015 at 10:24am
 September 26, 2015 at 1:33pm
“This sign is a brazen violation of the No Establishment clause of the Constitution” – Only if you do your best not to understand what it says.