User Profile: SlyOldDog


Member Since: September 04, 2012


  • [-3] October 19, 2016 at 8:55pm

    Can’t argue with that kind of logic. Same thing the muslims use against us.
    A chacun son gout.

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  • [-5] October 19, 2016 at 7:20pm

    This is about the country, Mormons, not your religion. We ran your Mormon in 2012 and he should have won– I voted for him– but he didn’t know how to do street fighting and was petrified to be called a racist. So, now, go ahead and have another Mountain Meadows massacre. You show everybody what for. Torpedo the country. But, by Joseph Smith, you made your statement. Commit political suicide.
    You are morally pure. Inconceivable.

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  • [5] June 22, 2016 at 5:43pm

    Amazing what a year or two will do. When I last checked in here, most of the posts were aligned with Glenn’s world view. Most people agreed except for the trolls. Yeah, was getting a little commercial, and sensational. Silly “news” items were being posted as click bait. An insult to one’s intelligence.

    Then, when our southern border was rushed with thousands of “children” and Glenn went running down there with teddy bears and soccer balls and tears in his eyes, some people objected on the basis that his do-gooder impluses were admirable, but were clearly rewarding the invasion of ILLEGAL aliens. Glenn lost me– and, I’ll wager, many thousands of others– when he went into high dudgeon and wagged his finger at me (in the camera) and said, “Leave!” if I didn’t like it. Well, I did.

    Many times in the past couple of years when I tuned into TheBlaze TV I got either Glenn’s megachurch or love everybody or Group Confessions of Alcoholics. I was a loooong time subscriber and Glenn got a bunch of my money. But his unhinged political activism during the Republican primary was over the top.

    All this and a buck will get me a cup of coffee. Glenn doesn’t care. He has his money, his ranch compound in Utah and even if his empire goes under he’ll make it without any of us.

    It’s a shame: I learned so much from Glenn in those earlier chalkboard days, even at CNN and Fox. I credit him for much of my awakening. But he has left us all for this month’s Grand Cause.

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  • [25] April 8, 2015 at 4:45pm

    Roger that, Jarhead. Since CAIR sitteth at the right hand of Barack, it makes perfect good sense. I only wish more were on the same freq.

  • [5] April 8, 2015 at 4:23pm

    You never pass up a chance to provoke. Like a fart in church. You’re the guy we all want to meet in the proverbial dark alley. Now, you’re going to say you’re the baddest a** in the room, and talk about how I should publish my name and address. But we all know you’re the little dweeb in high school who always got chosen last in the pickup games and who probably never could get it up. So now you adopt this pseudo-marxist radical pose and show your contempt for civilization. Real marxists eat little boys like you for lunch.

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  • [9] March 27, 2015 at 6:19pm

    Tell us now. We’re ready. Why did Glenn’s top 2 executives leave the Blaze? Why is the channel 95% reruns of Dana and “ThrowBeck?”
    Why did Glenn try to sell The Blaze to CNN last year?
    Spit it out. Inform us. Have proof.
    Cite references.
    Don’t throw innuendos.

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  • [2] March 25, 2015 at 4:53pm

    When Glenn was at Fox, Bill O’Reilly treated Glenn like crap, right on the air. Crass, boorish bullying and openly disrespecting him. Glenn just smiled and bade his time. I was amazed. Most people would have grabbed a baseball bat. But Glenn apparently knew you don’t cross this guy– especially on the air on his own show. You sit and take it or never come back. Glenn’s contract probably stated he had to appear occasionally. And I suspect O’Reilly knew Beck was not long for the place and was a target of opportunity for his ego.

    After Glenn started his own operation and was clearly succeeding, O’Reilly at least warmed up a bit. Maybe out of a little respect. But O’Reilly with his inflated ego still couldn’t bring himself to treat him as an equal. Nobody is O’Reilly’s equal.

    O’Reilly’s out of control ego aside, he’s an old school guy who either can’t get his mind around the fact we have a marxist president who’s taking down the country or he’s a snake oil salesman who’s kissing progressive buttocks– while calling himself the Fairest, Most Honorable Journalist Alive. After hearing him dissemble and tap dance around his alleged coverage in a “war zone” during the Falklands War, it’s obvious now.

  • [1] March 25, 2015 at 2:50pm

    She certainly has high cheekbones. I wonder if she’s American Indian…

  • March 25, 2015 at 1:57pm

    You are clearly a racist hispanophobe.

  • March 14, 2015 at 8:36am

    Elvis has left the building. Take a Xanax and always vote Democrat.

  • [-1] March 13, 2015 at 4:11pm

    Re: DesertRose’s 3:24 pm post.
    And my degree was in psychology. I know textbook cognitive dissonance when I see it. I’ll bet you’re one of those cutting edge historians who promote “reimagining” history.

  • [2] March 13, 2015 at 12:27pm

    No, all you conflated was a mishmash of misunderstood Kipling and a trunk full of prejudice and bigotry. I can only assume that your lame views are the result of the leftist professors in a Humanities department somewhere.

    You threw enough ad hominem up against the wall I felt compelled to answer in kind. You just got caught; you can’t weasel out by high-tailing it for the moral high ground.

    When I first logged into this string I wondered, what was that incandescent glow? Then I discovered it was you: The Smartest One in The Room.

  • [3] March 13, 2015 at 11:34am

    Black people don’t have a monopoly on legitimate grievance. It’s poverty and broken families and homes, and those tragedies don’t know skin color.
    You tell me what’s the difference between the black mothers you describe and the mothers of Ben Carson, Clarence Thomas or Condoleeza Rice, to name a few?

    Why do black Jamaican immigrants and their children achieve out of proportion to the black American population in general?

    Which group listens more to the current crop of black leaders who enjoy media celebrity and leftist professors who keep telling blacks they are feckless victims of white privilege?

  • [7] March 13, 2015 at 11:11am

    The second you shot that “White Privileged Man’s Burden” BS you disqualified yourself from a reasoned debate.

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  • [1] March 11, 2015 at 6:51pm

    This to “Hormel,” who takes his/her name from the meat packing house that brought us Spam: if you don’t get the difference between a US Senator quoting the provisions of Constitution of the United States and its specifically allocating the advise and consent of the US Senate regarding matters of treaties with foreign governments, then you are a silly little twit and a moron– and I don’t care to correspond with you any more.

    You haven’t the slightest idea what you’re talking about. Have a nice life.

  • [5] March 11, 2015 at 4:35pm

    Rand Paul quotes the provisions of the United States Constitution and you want to convince us you have Great Eternal Truth on your side. It’s just snark, snark, snark.

    You’re in over your head.

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  • [26] March 11, 2015 at 4:28pm

    I read these comments and notice how many character assassins have showed up magically in this string about Rand Paul, doing the DNC’s work to destroy a Republican presidential candidate. Like a flock of mosquitoes that descend on you. It’s SOP, Alinsky, David Axelrod assassins.

    It’s what got us Dear Leader.

    Rand Paul is speaking freely and apparently unafraid of the repercussions. That must mean David Axelrod’s operatives haven’t found anything on him yet. How do you think John Boehner, Chief Justice John Roberts, and Mitch McConnell got emasculated and act like Democrats?

    There have to be ready-to-go DOJ criminal prosecutions sitting on the shelf. Just waiting…

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  • [97] March 10, 2015 at 11:57am

    The churches that are breaking away “…expressed concern that many Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) leaders do not believe in the deity of Jesus, nor do they embrace salvation through Christ.”

    This happens more than most Christians know. I once attended a church where a couple of the local radical hippies (and admitted atheists) actually attended Sunday services and participated in communions to infiltrate the church.

    I should note that this takeover was enabled by a leftist priest who was assigned there. They took over the passive little congregation and effectively ran things. These good people never knew what hit them.

    This episode was my first exposure to Alinskyite community organizing. It was powerful then and, as we know, it’s powerful now. It works

    The clergy itself is riddled with dedicated leftist/socialist/radicals who use religion to tell people what to do, and to try and convince Christians that Christ was a socialist.

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  • [1] March 6, 2015 at 10:23am

    This mental giant fragged himself in the a** with an M79 and had the audacity to apply for a heart.

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