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  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 11:23am

    I wonder if it now makes Jay Carney feel dirty whenever he hears President Obama speak knowing that he was his paid liar for so many years? Do you think he burned all of the clothes he once wore when he was Chief of Propaganda in the White House? Did he rinse his mouth out with bleach after a grueling day of deceit, slander, and character assassination of those whom it was his job to lie about? But, does he really think we are going to buy his meek rebuke of the president as some indication that he will be anything other than a left-wing liberal commentator who will consistently excuse, make excuses for, and cheer-lead for Obama, Harry Reid, and Nancy “Stretch” Pelosi? Really, Jay we won’t be fooled.

  • [-1] November 6, 2014 at 4:52pm

    This brave soldier deserves an additional decoration for being able to place THREE rounds into bin Laden’s forehead. To be able to get three rounds into his forehead before that forehead disintegrated into tiny splinters and sparkles of terrorist skull and brain goo demonstrates an ability to handle a weapon in such a way that only an American SEAL could do. I would imagine that even the gray-matter slop left on the walls of OBL’s secret hiding place were in three perfect circles.

  • [10] November 6, 2014 at 2:58pm

    Nothing would be of greater benefit to the country than to see Barack Obama impeached and removed from office. He is a reprobate and a disgrace to the presidency of the United States. However, it takes 67 votes in the Senate to remove him from office and the Republicans can count on a maximum of 55 (assuming all of them will support removal). That means you need 12 democrats to support you. Support for the removal of a president who is popular within the base of his own party equals political death for any democrat Senator who would vote to support it.
    You need 12 Democrat senators willing to commit political suicide and leave the luxurious life of constituent-provided housing, healthcare, food, and transportation. My question to you: NAME THEM!
    My second question question to you: Would you be willing to give up your job to see an unfair boss fired two years before his retirement date if it meant that you would be fired at the same time? Such is the situation of Republican congressmen. There are better things that the Republicans need to be trying to get accomplished than trying to impeach Barack Obama. Remember how well it worked out with Bill Clinton?

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  • [11] November 6, 2014 at 1:00pm

    The woman represents an illegal alien. The house represents the United States of America. The homeowner represents the citizens of the United States asking it to deport the woman from the country. The letter from the landlord represents the Congress which believes it can on its own say that they will just not enforce this law and simply say: “Here’s an amnesty, those laws don’t apply to you.” The wiring running from the neighbor’s home represents the stolen benefits received by illegal immigrants and other non-citizens to which they are not entitled and for which this woman should be prosecuted for theft not to mention assault with a motor vehicle, assault with a deadly weapon, and intent to kill.
    Do we not see the microcosm of illegal immigration represented here and what is happening in this country and how American citizens are losing our rights to vulgar hordes of criminal invaders who add nothing to our national life except misery and hardship? This woman should be yanked out of this house by her ankles and hauled off to jail along with every other squatter (illegal alien). All of the “Squatter Rights” advocates should agree to take in one squatter into each of their homes.

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  • [2] November 5, 2014 at 10:24am

    Did you notice how during that particular segment that Al Sharpton was unable to speak and was completely motionless. I hope he was OK and is feeling better in the days ahead.

  • October 29, 2014 at 10:10am

    I’m amazed at what we call “fat”. Did anyone notice the news chick who shot her mouth off? Did you notice her chest? I’m sure you didn’t. You could see every one of her ribs! Do you know what would be attached to everyone of those ribs? NOTHING! AIR! When you can see a woman’s ribs through the top of her blouse it means there is nothing there to block the view (if you know what I mean). How many guys find a woman’s ribs a turn-on? This chick needed a sandwich! A BIG sandwich and several of them.
    How many guys like a woman whose waist size and her hip size are the same number? I’ve got something like that in my back yard and I hang my clothes out on them to let them dry, there’s one on the top of my car so I can get better radio reception, jockeys use them to beat their horses with and I use them on the golf course to put with.
    Now, I’m not talking about a woman you have to take down to the stockyards to get her weighed, but, give me a woman who’ll give me a couple of places where I lay my head (if you know what I mean) and you can keep those stick-girls where every time you hug her you have to worry about getting impaled by her shoulder-blade or some other bone sticking out.
    To insure that this anchor understands that no one was offended and all is well, someone should send her a gift certificate to the Pizza of the Week Club to be delivered to he home throughout the next year.

  • [3] October 29, 2014 at 9:26am

    Apparently, this school believes that the molesting of its students by its faculty is of little concern to them as long as it occurs off campus and outside of regular school hours. At least, that seems to be the position of the attorney representing the school which should be a great relief to the other parents who pay the tuition to send their children to this private, “religious” school. I think the police should bring a subpoena to this school and go through the schools personnel records very closely. I bet they know more about how to find this teacher than they are telling anyone.

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 3:48pm

    “Sometimes the simplest questions are the hardest.” That depends on what the meaning of hard is or, what the meaning of is is. No wait! That question has already been asked! Is Obama a strong leader? No! Is this woman an idiot? YES! Would the people in her district be fools to vote for her? YES! Is that a hard question? NO! That seems like enough questions.

  • October 23, 2014 at 11:06am

    It seems ironic to me that homosexuals would fight so hard to have their “marriages” performed inside of buildings from which sermons and teachings are given weekly by Pastors and Preachers who proclaim their activities as grievous sin teaching from a text that describes them in various ways including: “abusers of themselves with mankind.”
    It also seems odd that the family and friends of the happy couple would occupy the same pews which are regularly filled by congregants who, while praying that all sinners might one day repent, believe this occasion is a sin against God’s command that one man should be joined to one woman in marriage and respond to the Minister’s Godly teaching on this subject with a fervent “Amen”.
    It seems odd that whomever officiates this ceremony would stand in the spot from which an ordained clergy regularly preaches against sin, including the sin of homosexuality, and (with no sense of irony) beseech the blessings of God upon the couple which He has declared in His word as unfit to marry. Is this not the same Word of God that presiding minister is ordained to preach?
    Churches do not ordain marriages. God ordains marriages. Preachers, Priests, and Pastors do not ordain marriages. God does. Buildings and real estate do not ordain marriages. God does.
    The world is full of people who will marry you and places where you can have it done. Go find them.

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  • [14] October 10, 2014 at 11:29am

    If it’s from natural gas, Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico should be flaming red as they have been producing natural gas since the 30′s. If they are trying to cover themselves intellectually by saying it is only gas extracted from coal, then where is the red signal over the West Virginia/Kentucky area as they have been mining coal for generations? What is “immense” about this study is the bias obvious in that it was conducted by president Obama’s EPA who were looking for an excuse to issue an Executive Order based on “clear and indisputable scientific evidence” to stop oil/gas/coal production and install windmills on top of abandoned coal mines and oil derricks.

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  • [34] October 10, 2014 at 11:10am

    Colmes will be one of the first ones beheaded when the Muslims attempt to establish their Caliphate in this country. They always take the weak ones first.

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  • [5] September 24, 2014 at 9:16am

    If I were one of the servicemen assigned to the duty of greeting the President at the bottom of either Air Force One or Marine One, after completing that task I would immediately go and burn that particular pair of gloves and replace them with a new, clean pair.

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  • [14] September 22, 2014 at 8:36am

    If a video exists of Ray Rice sexually molesting your 6-year-old daughter in a hotel elevator-unless and until he’s convicted of a crime-you’re OK with him playing. Is that what I’m hearing you say? If Ray Lewis had been suspected of stabbing your brother before the Super Bowl, you’d be cool with him playing in the Super Bowl (as long as he pitched in with a couple of sacks and a pick). As long as his “layer” can help him weasel out of the charges, you’ll have your Ray Lewis and Ray Rice jerseys on, have your face painted and you’ll be cheering them on without a pang of conscience. Just turn that TV off and pretend it never happened. (You probably think OJ is innocent too, don’t you?)

  • [3] September 15, 2014 at 12:08pm

    If the mannequin being hung were wrapped in the gay-rights flag, would that be considered a hate crime and allowed to proceed? Would the float sponsors be charged with a hate crime? Would the same be true if the image were an African American? La Raza? If the image would have been some sort of mocking representation of an Arab riding a camel, can you imagine the outcry and threats of violence from Muslims throughout the world. Of course, it is always permissible to insult and defame Jews and straight, white males and conservative Christians who are sick of being told that it is America’s fault that the rest of the world is stuck in the 4th Century. This criticism comes from countries whose sole contribution to mankind is that they happen to live in a part of the world that through the luck of geography and geology they just happen to live somewhere in which giant amounts of oil just so happens to sit about 10 feet underground. Essentially all they have to do every morning is go out and scoop it up. I think it’s a shame that a Hell’s Angels group wasn’t allowed to get a permit to follow along. Surely, there’s one Muslim Hell’s Angel somewhere that they can use to get a group of 500 included.

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  • [36] September 5, 2014 at 9:54pm

    I hope Obama now goes and looks at the Taj Mahal and after that the great wall of China, then the pyramids. Then he should go looking for the Garden of Eden and the Ark of the Covenant. I think whatever keeps Mr. Obama out of Washington DC and distracted from ruining the lives of Americans any further is something that all good Americans should encourage. Republicans should make a list of the finest golf courses on every continent and insist the he play each one and schedule tee times for him if necessary. They should insist that he take Joe Biden along as caddy and Nancy Pelosi along to keep the scorecard and Harry Reid can drive the cart. Michelle and the kids can shop and do aerobics. I think the Republicans are doing the country a great disservice by asking Mr. Obama to concentrate on being president. Let him work on his putting (have you seen the way this guy swings a golf club?)

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  • [9] August 22, 2014 at 11:51am

    Here’s a couple of quotes these people ought to consider: “The Supreme Ruler of the Universe, having been pleased in the course of His providence to establish the independence of the United States of America…we ought to be led by religious feelings of gratitude and to walk before Him in all humility according to His most holy law…That with true repentance and contrition of heart we may unitedly implore the forgiveness of our sins through the merits of Jesus Christ and humbly supplicate our heavenly Father.” (SAMUEL ADAMS)
    “”In the beginning of the contest with Great Britain, when we were sensible in danger, we had daily prayer in this room for the Divine protection. Our prayers, sir, were heard, and they were graciously answered….I therefore beg to move-that henceforth prayers imploring the assistance of Heaven, and its blessings on our deliberations, be held in this Assembly every morning before we proceed to business.” (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN)
    “And I do hereby call upon the people…[to] offer to our Almighty and all-gracious God, through our Great Mediator, our sincere and solemn prayers for his Divine assistance and the influences of His Holy Spirit.” (JONATHAN TRUMBULL)
    Now the notion that the founding fathers wanted to exclude religion from our government and our national life is just a LIE AND A MYTH. The only thing the founding fathers did not want was an official national church like the Church of England. They wanted full religious practice in all things.

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  • [12] August 15, 2014 at 12:07pm

    It is becoming increasingly tiresome that everyone must now “come out” as being gay. For some reason it seems necessary to announce to the world this singular choice for the way they choose as an individual to live their life.
    We do not hear of people “coming out” and announcing that they are Baptists, Lutherans or something else (or nothing at all). People do not publicly “come out” as to whether they have a preference for paper or plastic and it is not necessary to publicly proclaim a “preference” for Coke or Pepsi. Nor do you hear people coming out and announcing to the world that: “I am straight!”
    If homosexuality is, as the gay lobby suggests, inherent in the same manner as skin color and sex then why come out? Why not, like everyone else, just live your lives in peace and harmony with your neighbors and the world around you? What reaction do you expect when the image portrayed of the gay community is that which is seen on television in Gay Pride Parades with their gawdy and grotesque displays. How does your community wish to be perceived?
    If you want to be gay, then be gay. The overwhelming majority of people don’t care. Get jobs, go to work, get married, go shopping, buy houses and be good neighbors. If you keep your yard mowed and the trash picked up, I don’t care what you do inside your house. I’m not going to march up and down the street telling you I’m straight. I don’t care whether you’re gay but, I’m also not interest in learning about it.

    In reply to the story Christian Singer Reveals: 'I'm Gay'

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  • August 12, 2014 at 2:01pm

    Even a stopped clock is right twice a day. If only by accident, Obama has spoken the truth. Let’s not make too much out of this.

  • [-1] August 12, 2014 at 11:26am

    In what way? Are you still able to go to work? Will you still be able to care for yourself? Your family? Has this affected the cost of food, housing, medical care, fuel or other necessities that you require on a daily basis? I pray not.

  • August 8, 2014 at 1:05pm

    He didn’t realize he had those tickets because he picked them up while parked outside of his favorite crack houses so it’s all a little fuzzy to him.

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