User Profile: Societal Misfit

Societal Misfit

Member Since: November 11, 2010


  • December 28, 2012 at 9:28pm

    Contained in the photo in this article are a small sample of the most dense headed and ignorant of our population. I mean they have to be super dense to believe that this kind of legislation is going to have an effective impact on gun violence when evidence to the contrary already exist in current laws. As well this will not keep these items out of the hands of criminals and that my friends is verifiable fact. This will also only widen the black market that is already present and where most criminals already purchase their firearms and accessories. It really is sad to see such asinine and insane people running rampant in our current government let alone the population at large.

  • December 22, 2012 at 11:37am

    Mikey needs to go back to school and learn some math. He said that there are 250,000,000,000 guns in peoples homes. I find this interesting to the ridiculous since the population of America is around 313,000,000. According to his math that is almost 800 guns, not per household but per person! This is proof enough that this tub of lard is full of sheet.

  • December 5, 2012 at 12:34am

    If 1000 signatures are reached, according to this administration and the idiots that voted O in for a second term thing that it is 100% of the voting public, I mean really polls don’t lie and everyone knows that they can’t put anything out on the internet that is not true! ;?) LOL

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  • November 30, 2012 at 4:47pm

    Once and for all there is no “separation of church and state” included anywhere in the Constitution Of The United States, as well the Establishment Clause also does not contain any reference thereto, so they are using an excuse that does not exist to infringe on the 1st Amendment rights of a citizen of the United States Of America. This crap is getting ridiculously out of hand and I think the parents should sue the school for said infringement. I am sure that there are plenty of lawyers out there that would be willing to take such a case. It doesn’t even have to be about money, simply make the school and school board apologize to the little girl and then publicly to the citizens of the United States Of America for not only disrespecting the Constitution but also the First Amendment rights of every enshrined in the very same.

  • September 16, 2012 at 2:00pm

    I think that part of what is missing from, at this point anyway, is who is Muhammad? This is always in a important part of any religious text that is to say who were the prophets a bit of their life history and how did they come to believe what they did? The Bible is pretty clear on every prophet or person included in the writings. This helps others to further understand the underlying tenants of the belief system or faith and it also helps to form the construct on the changes that occur in that person over a period of time of self discovery and the discovery of what God wants for that person. In other words the inward and outward changes. It really is important. I could go on but will stop there for now as to keep to one point for now.

  • June 28, 2012 at 12:57pm

    I too will not comply. They can not legally force me to either. Oh they can try,but they will lose. I read the ACA from cover to cover all 3000 + pages of it and the only thing that it is good for is toilet paper and I am not even sure it is that good, in fact it will probably give you a nasty rash if you wipe with it. Affordable Health Care my a**! The ACA, no matter what the SCOTUS says is and will remain unconstitutional. As many have already said, they are NOT the final voice in the matter and the ACA will have side unforeseen side effects like every other over bloated government program. The government can’t even balance their own budget, they can’t offer the care to our nations veterans that they should get and are the only ones truly entitled to get. You will not get the care that you need with the ACA you will get that care that the government says you get, no second or third opinions etc….My hope is that all states follow suit and opt out or that we get enough of the right people in congress to repeal, defund, or strip the ACA of it’s teeth only keeping the good parts of the law. We need common sense reform and the ACA is not that at all!

  • May 28, 2012 at 3:43pm

    I love to watch things like this it is so amazing how far technology has really come. There are some out there that would consider this as man playing God but I happen to believe that this is more God giving man the ability to help another human being have a better quality of life. All of our senses are gifts not to be taken for granted, although many of us that have never experienced the loss of any of the senses often do. This is the type of research that I would have no problem being funded either privately or by taxpayer dollars because the end result is so worth the cost. To see a persons reaction in such cases as this, well you just can not place a dollar value on it. God bless Sammie and all the other people that are getting to hear for the first time as well as their families and the medical staff that help make things like this possible, but most of all praise be to God for giving us the ability to achieve such things.

  • May 28, 2012 at 1:40pm

    “CONGRESS SHALL MAKE NO LAW RESPECTING AN ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION, OR PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE THEREOF;” The main question here is so simple. If you can introduce evidence that the United States Congress introduced and passed a law establishing a national religion then you have a case, if you can not produce such evidence then there is no case. In the case of the display of a religious symbol there is no clear violation of the Establishment Clause stated above. The “separation of church and state” does not exist anywhere in the United States Constitution nor is there phrase, clause, or amendment that disallows the display of a religious symbol on public property. An intelligent and objective judge would simply dismiss any case brought forth on the grounds of “separation of church and state” if the complainant can not prove that any law was introduced and passed that established a state or national religion. I am sorry people but it really is that simple.

  • April 12, 2012 at 1:44am

    Nothing but crocodile tears as far as I am concerned. Given what all the vitriol she spouted in that phone call / interview and the way she has responded in other interviews, sorry but her true heart is showing most clearly and I am sorry but I must consider her past given that she and others take Zimmerman’s past into account to determine credibility. No I am not saying the Zimmerman is either innocent or guilty that will be determined by a court and based upon the evidence presented. I am sorry but this woman and many other people like her hold nothing but hate in their heart and are doing nothing more than capitalizing on the Trayvon / Zimmerman incident. For them this is not about stopping the violence, if it were then they would look to their own and raise just as big a stink over every single black person murdered by another black person but they don’t. No the NBPP has an agenda based upon propaganda being kept alive by them and all the race baiter’s out there. They want nothing less than full on war, or at the very least the excuse to loot every business they can. Given past events such as the Watts Riots, and the Rodney King Riots how can you expect any different if there is not enough evidence for conviction. No I fear it will be just the same or worse and that is the reality of it all. You can’t move forward when you are trying to peddle backwards. Sorry no dice.

  • April 4, 2012 at 9:55pm

    To: Obama, Sharpton, Shabazz, Jackson, Jackson Lee, and a host of others including certain news outlets as well. I hope you are all proud of yourselves for the hate that you have continued to fuel until things like this happen. You will answer to your creator for this foolishness and you can take that to the bank. This will happen more and more and all of the stokers of this type of hate will say how can this be a hate crime? or that somehow this old man instigated them in some way, maybe it was the pork rinds that got them so riled up, yea that’s it! America is becoming a country full of lazy good for nothing mental midgets that think this type of behavior is ok. Do us all a favor and stop stealing the oxygen from all the decent citizens!

  • March 31, 2012 at 5:23pm

    These people have no real idea of what justice really is. True justice first and foremost is (or should be) blind. It is about presumption of innocence until proven guilty by a jury of peers. It is about collecting all available and applicable evidence and allowing that evidence to be presented in a court of law leading to, after jury review, guilty or not guilty verdict. Justice is not about opinion, emotion and such it is not about assuming someone is guilty just because media outlets say they are or they are not by the news they provide. We live in the USA where in matters of law presumption of innocence should apply until proven otherwise. If Zimmerman was not arrested then apparently there was not enough probable cause at this point to warrant an arrest. As for some that claim this was racial profiling well I hate to break the new to those people but in matters of law, especially criminal profiling is commonplace and without it you would not be able to determine the character of a person or their intent in commission of a criminal offense nor could you determine innocence or guilt. Let the investigators do their dang job and then let the authorities and the courts do theirs. This mob crap, as portrayed in the videos, shows the infantile mental capacity of most of the participants, and know I did NOT say that because most / all of them are black.

  • February 29, 2012 at 1:33pm

    Well let’s see now contraception (i.e. birth control)??? According to the planned parenthood website the cost for birth control pills is $15 to $50 per month so if we take the high end of that figure that equates to about $600 per year which is very affordable on most any budget. Now mammograms, pap smears, etc… which are not birth control btw and do not fall under the contraception umbrella are actually cancer screenings as well as screening for std’s and other maladies which most insurance policies do actually cover in whole or in part and are also often provided free of charge or for a minimal charge by most planned parenthood organizations as well as other health organizations and clinics. So this $3000 a year figure, well I am sorry but it is bunk and untrue to say the least. It’s a con on Catholic’s as well as the American people let alone that we have a government that is trying to mandate such a thing which in and of itself is unconstitutional. The testimony, I am sorry to say, is an extreme exaggeration at best.

  • February 26, 2012 at 1:59am

    tow was supposed to be two. The O and the W temporarily switched places on my keyboard while typing. LOL

  • February 26, 2012 at 1:57am

    The tow patrons only held the shotgun and for some strange reason his head kept bouncing between it and the ground. It was like one of those interesting paradoxes that you hear on the discovery channel, you know like gravity reversing itself again and again repeatedly just in this case the robbers head was between the shotgun and the ground. LOL

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  • February 16, 2012 at 12:19pm

    That’s d**n straight. I agree this man is a real leader and I hope he does jump into the race because he has my vote if he does. As well if he does my bet is that it would be a landslide victory over the idiot we now have in office.

  • February 16, 2012 at 12:03pm

    I have to laugh every time I hear the 1% / 99% comparisons at the same time I wince at the truth that there are so many people out there that buy into such hyperbole. The real fact is that such a comparison does not exist because when you classify people by wealth, which we should not by the way, you will find that the percentages are much different and there is no real “chasm”. The truth is that there are many working adults at various stages of monetary wealth which is what this whole issue is based upon. In so far as the “Occupy” movement is concerned, sorry buddy but the whole of the movement has been an epic and hypocritical failure. The only real difference they are making is that they are pi$$ing a lot of people off with their childish actions. There are a lot of us out here in the “real” world that know the truth and are sharing that knowledge in a way that is truly making a real difference albeit slowly but real Americans are finally waking up and standing up, and it is not these Occupy morons.

  • February 14, 2012 at 3:08am

    I laughed so hard I could not stand it but the scary thing is that people like this are actually running a country?? I mean come on anyone with even the slightest bit of intelligence, logic, and common sense already knows that magnets, like the kind you find in the little bracelets and such, have no real affect on the human body at all as the magnetic field is to weak to penetrate the skin it’s all a scam. The only effect of such magnets is a psychosomatic placebo effect in that if the user believes that it does what the manufacturer claims then it often results in a positive response however the user is still receiving no real or lasting health benefit whatsoever. You know how you folks used to tell you “It’s all in your head”? Well there you go. Dee Duh Dee LOL

  • February 9, 2012 at 5:13pm

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;” First off was a law respecting the establishment of religion written? Most likely the answer is NO. Was the free exercise of religion violated? The answer again would be NO unless that is of course they comply with the demands of FFRF. Nowhere in the United States Constitution or in any laws written is there a “Separation of Church and State. There now wasn’t that simple so send the FFRF an FO letter and be done with it. In fact counter sue on the ground of abridgment of the free exercise there of section of the establishment clause, now there is a righteous suit.

  • February 8, 2012 at 5:49am

    Ok really? Just what do these people actually think they are accomplishing with glitter??? There is no point and the only real injury that could even be sustained from it is if it gets in the recipients eyes, otherwise it is just a pansy thinking that they are making some kind of point which is all reality they are really just a pansy. Just so you all know I am not a Romney supporter. lol

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  • February 6, 2012 at 9:44am

    I am sorry but anyone that reacts like this after the team they were rooting for looses has some really deep seeded anger management issues and needs to seek professional help immediately. I mean come on really, it was just a damn game and as with any competition there is a winner and a loser get over it and get a life!