User Profile: SPIN_MD


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  • [3] July 21, 2014 at 8:24am

    I read on another site that the State Department had demanded his immediate release. I sure am glad they can do something for a rebel rousing Palestinian. I seems they have difficulty in doing the same for a US marine sitting in a Mexican jail. The current administration is indeed transparent. We just have to understand their definition of transparent is very different from everyone. It is said that BEHAVIOR is the looking glass that reveals true character. I think that sums this administration up quite well.

  • [19] July 20, 2014 at 10:06am

    I abhor professional sports of all sorts. They no longer foster sportsmanship, preparation, hard work, team cooperation or natural athletic excellence. They now foster greed, narcissism, performance through chemistry, brutality and glorify low intelligence and criminal behavior. Remember, convicted felons take the field in EVERY single NFL or NBA game. It seems they also want to add homosexuality to that repugnant list as well.

    The guys at any random local bar already overlook players who do questionable and sometimes very illegal socially aberrant things such as murder. rape, assault, fraud, alcoholism and addictions of all sorts. If the gay agenda crowd has their way, the same guys will be overlooking guys on the field doing very questionable acts as well.

    I work in an industry with a lot of gay men. Gays ALWAYS push the envelope. They delight in making people uncomfortable with overt public displays. My personal experience, is that many gay men are among the most misogynistic, racist, segregationist, narcissistic, intolerant and amoral creatures I’ve ever had the displeasure to meet.

    I would hope the whole gay issue will eventually be the demise of professional sports altogether. That would be the only good thing that would come out of it.

    Even so, I don’t agree with what the guy said, if he indeed truly said that. There seems to be nothing but hearsay evidence to assert such a claim. This sounds like an instance of sour grapes more than anything.

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  • [3] July 18, 2014 at 11:16am

    The sad truth is the American citizenry is ultimately responsible for this situation. Firstly, Americans elected a weak overtly unqualified person for president. Then we reinforced that horror of a decision by reelecting the same weak overtly unqualified man for president.

    The only reason this man was elected was some people were more interested in feeling good about themselves and less interested in the strength and security of this country and ultimately the world.These people wanted to show how they had transcended wrongs committed by people long in the distant past.

    Secondly, the public failed to hold this man to any reasonable standard of accountability, again for this abstract reason of accommodating his blatant lack of intelligence and leadership as a sign of transcendence of some sort.

    I understand Mr. Gasparino’s frustration. I have experienced the same exact thing when trying to engage these people in a meaningful discussion about such matters. In my experience, liberal progressives tend to be the epitome of the “low information” voter, which they so often use to win elections. All intelligent people know that “low information” is a euphemism for low IQ.

    I liken a discussion with one of these guys to having the same type discussion with a child or someone off the short bus. Their understanding is finite. You cannot have a cogent exchange with those incapable of doing so. It is the paragon of futility.

  • [1] July 15, 2014 at 9:56am

    My personal experience is that the liberal progressive tends to be rather dim. I work in an industry rife with these people. It is very difficult to have a conversation with these guys about anything other than “their” ideology. The problem is they often have trouble identifying and/or relating that ideology. To be fair, they know all about what is happening with the Kardashians, though.

    They are vapid, poorly educated, groupthink sorts. Notice I did not say uneducated. Very often these guys have degrees from prestigious universities. It makes me wonder what is actually taught in these places.

    Now I work with a lot of models. This may surprise a lot of people, but these guys usually vote very conservative. It is not so much because of social issues. It is mostly because of the tax (money) issues. Many of these kids come from meager backgrounds and are making more money than their parents ever dreamed. They make money because of nothing they did. They make money because they got the luck of the birth lottery and got great genetics, i.e. looks, body, teeth, skin.

    They aren’t the sharpest knives in the drawer either. The difference is they don’t claim to be.

  • [1] July 15, 2014 at 8:57am

    So now if you relate facts about anyone of color you are a racist. I wonder if those that get upset about this know what they are actually doing. If you say that someone is racist for mentioning the overwhelmingly high crime rate, illegitimate birthrate, HIV/AIDS rate, infant mortality rate, poverty rate and the incredibly low employment rate, job performance, school and IQ test scores, then you are in fact reinforcing the very idea that these “traits” are inborn in these people.

    Personally, I would agree with those that would say these are indeed inborn traits.I mean the statistical evidence is staggering. Yet, these very people then say you cannot use statistics to prove anything, only in relation to this specific subject, because you are dealing with people. They often use the “people aren’t statistics” line. Yes, these are the same people using these very statistics to push through Obamacare, immigration “reform” and inflated welfare, medicaid and food stamp expenditures.

    This man stated a FACT and was canned because of it.

  • [5] July 14, 2014 at 4:09pm

    Like many said above, this is about grandstanding and being braggadocios. If Mr. Beck wants to give buckets of money to these people, let him. See the problem is he really doesn’t want to do that. He wants to give buckets of YOUR money to these people and then tell everyone how fabulous he is because he gave all this (your) money.

    Mr. Beck has doubled down and now tripled down on this falderal. No one really cares what he does with HIS money. I know I don’t. I have a huge problem with someone telling me I am a bad person because I won’t give said person MY money for a cause in which I do NOT believe.

    Mr. Beck is a shill. This whole Blaze thing is a scam. He is only interested in HIS version of the truth just like CNN, MSNBC, NYT, or any host of the other infotainers. The only positive thing I can say at this point, is that Mr.Beck told everyone here upfront that he was indeed an unrepentant capitalist.

    He has made a boatload of money off the backs of hardworking Americans which he is now calling bad people. I mean that takes pure unmitigated gall. He, like most capitalists nowadays, is using the new business model. That model is to get as much money upfront from whomever will give it irrespective of methods, i.e. lying and deception, disregarding “return customers.

    There are no return customers in the new model once they learn the methods used to get their money in the first place.

  • [1] July 14, 2014 at 12:16pm

    Israel is on course for the Psalm 83 war prophesied in the Bible. There is nothing anyone can do about it. It IS going to happen. Since I am a Christian, I am both glad and apprehensive about the next few years. I await the rapture which brings me joy. I don’t know when that will be which brings me sorrow.

    I know some Christians think if you are apprehensive about the future, then you are wavering in your faith. That is a possibility. I am still human after all. I just remember Jesus asked the Father if the cup could pass from Him in the garden of Gethsemane. That was not an indication of His lack of faith. He is the author of faith. It was an indication of His humanity. We have to remember why Jesus put on mortal flesh. We get crystal clear insight to this aspect of Jesus in the Book of Hebrews.

    God is in charge of these events. It doesn’t mean that as humans we have to be glad about it. It means as Christians we are to be aware and prepared. The Bible says that prophesy is there so Christians may KNOW the future course of events. It is not to scare us.

    I am not scared. I am worried about the lost souls still on this planet. I know the Bible says that but a remnant of humanity will believe and be spared judgement. The only thing we can do as Christians is pray for those still in darkness and that we may be worthy of escape.

    It is remarkable to turn on the TV and see Bible prophesy unfold before your eyes. Christian, look up for your redemption draws near.

  • [1] July 12, 2014 at 8:21pm

    I’ve been telling you guys forever now that these people are dim bulbs. How do you think such a dim bulb ended up in the WH? I mean these people actually think an 80 IQ is genius.

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  • July 12, 2014 at 6:35pm

    I refuse to use that bastardized term so popular today. The original term had nothing to do with sub-Saharan tribesmen or their descendants. The term in current usage was popularized during the socialist ideology of the Civil Rights Movement.

    The term as defined today in the dictionary could only apply to one group of people. If you read the definition it is impossible for anyone but a very narrow band within that group to actually be a racist.

  • [1] July 10, 2014 at 4:47pm


    If you don’t want to consume another person’s phlegm then don’t eat out. Food service nowadays hires the most worthless people. They all sabotage the food with God only knows what. I stopped eating out years ago.

  • July 10, 2014 at 4:07pm

    She is such a poor unfortunate creature. This is common among the pro dead baby crowd. Her speech likewise is common for these people. My grandmother always said anyone who uses profanity is showing their lack of intelligence as evidenced by their poor vocabulary.

    My personal experience has been that stingy regressives DBA liberal progressives are not too bright. They tend to be uneducated, i.e. the low information voter. Very few of these people are intellectual in any meaningful way. I mean you cannot be too bright to constantly deny factual data and real science as do these people.

  • [1] July 9, 2014 at 11:05am

    Did he say yes? He probably would have if asked to do a toot of coke. Once a cokehead always a cokehead. I’ve never known anyone to get totally away from it. Never!

  • [4] July 9, 2014 at 10:12am

    Yea, just try and serve up food or clothing with a Christian message and see how far that goes. Jesus did have compassion on everyone with the ultimate goal of their salvation. He fed the masses with the five fishes and two loaves, not because they were hungry but because he wanted to demonstrate His divine power unto salvation.

  • [2] July 9, 2014 at 10:04am

    Where you are wrong is the government will do it anyway whether the individual citizen does it or not. So the average citizen is paying twice for a problem not of his own manufacture.

    I know in a pluralistic society that is going to happen frequently. O, by the way, pluralism is what usually destroys all countries. You cannot dilute the population to such a degree with completely different ideologies that it maintains any semblance of its original configuration.

    Think of it as a chemical solution. The more water or any liquid for that fact you add the less potency the original solution has. If you keep adding the water the solution will be completely diluted to the point it no longer possesses the properties it originally had.

    The reason the European immigration didn’t have the same effect is twofold. Firstly, they WANTED to change and assimilate into the new American culture. Secondly, they were very similar to the already present culture, since the present culture came out of the European culture.

    These people are hundreds of years in arrears culturally to the average American. I know history in school is so abridged that children are not taught the truth any longer. We have to remember these very same people were participating in human sacrifice as recently as 6 centuries ago. Six centuries ago, Europeans were in the Renaissance. That’s a big difference. Wouldn’t you say?

  • July 9, 2014 at 9:48am

    ow who.

  • [8] July 9, 2014 at 9:47am

    The more I think about this the more incensed I become. Is it just anger or is it righteous indignation? I don’t really know or care. How dare a person that obviously makes millions of dollars a year tell me how good or bad I am depending on how much of MY money I give to HIS charity.

    While I truly feel for these people. I cannot imagine being them and being born into a country of such depravity and moral decay. I have helped where I can. I give generously to Christian groups that do really good things around the world. I’m sure the groups to which I already contribute do things for these very people.

    It just seems to me Mr. Beck is again grandstanding. I have never seen such an emotionally needy person outside of Hollywood as this guy, well maybe Donald Trump. I know the “look at me” syndrome is all too common with alcoholics, whether they be recovering or not. I know because I am one. That being said, while I understand the neediness, I cannot condone it.

    I was duped like many on here. I thought this guy was for real. Having been down many of the same roads as was he, I identified with a lot of what he said. I know now this was clever marketing, actually incredibly clever marketing. I feel a little sick having been duped so easily. I work with these type people all the time. You’d think I would have seen it coming.

    The only reason I am even speaking about this is that my mother told me about yesterday’s show. She said he was doubling down just like you kn

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  • [7] July 8, 2014 at 8:06pm

    This is typical for these type of people. Mr. Beck is no different from the current president in this respect. He is doubling down on his appeal for hardworking Americans to send HIM their hard earned dollars to support foreign nationals which are flagrantly breaking the law. The age of the perpetrator is irrelevant. There is a person of majority age somewhere in the mix.

    He like any random liberal progressive is free to give as much of his own money as he cares to give. This of course is never the case. He has a ranch. Let the illegals live there indefinitely. That is a solution. I’m sure the huddled masses of which he speaks would love to live free of charge on his property.

    Most Americans are good people. Good is not the same as gullible. You can have a good heart and not support illegal activity being conducted by those that hate you profoundly.

    These people care about one thing only, money. They don’t care from where it comes. They don’t care from whom it comes. They only care that it comes. They are parasites. Like I said before. In the instance of a parasitic infestation, the host will die if the parasites aren’t removed. If the host dies, the parasites also die if they cannot find another host.

    Sometimes you have to be cruel to be kind.

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  • [1] June 30, 2014 at 9:29am

    This whole interview demonstrates Mr. John’s complete lack of understanding Christianity. There is nowhere in the Bible that says anything about “priests” being celibate. That was a manufacture of man more specifically the Roman Church to control finances. It was easier and less expensive to support a single man than a family especially with the doctrine of “be fruitful and multiply”.

    These aren’t very different times if you actually know a bit of history. Jesus was alive during the Roman Empire. The Romans weren’t exactly known for their sexual restraint and decorum. Here Mr. John shows his complete lack of the understanding of world history.

    All in all the interviewer would have had a more interesting interview with a 3 year old child. It would have yielded the same level of insight.

  • [3] June 27, 2014 at 6:46pm

    OK I have two things to say. First, why is it a big deal about who is and isn’t gay when it comes to business. I can understand the “gay” issue being problematic in certain venues. I don’t see it as a problem in business. This makes no sense. One thing I will add is if these people that are indeed gay are trying to leverage something by being out that is another thing entirely.

    Second, why is anyone surprised when someone comes out or is outed as gay. If a guy is gay 99.9% of the time everyone either knows for a certainty that he is gay or everyone really really really really suspects he is gay.

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