It’s not in plain view, but hidden on Rick Santorum’s Website Is a delusional, tiny-minded little man who thinks he can get anywhere near the GOP nomination.
[-1] May 27, 2015 at 6:47pm
I.B.FORWARD: All you’re doing is making my point.
[-3] May 27, 2015 at 6:45pm
As no one is seriously challenging her 1st Amendment rights to do stupid things, it’s not a 1st Amendment issue. You obviously still don’t understand the core legal concept here. Come back when you do.
It's not 1st Am issue if I'm prevented from drawing a picture someone is offended by? Of putting it on my car? Or paying for an ad agency to have it put on a bus? You have no clue. This is totally a 1st Am issue.
Come back when you graduate from law school. It will never happen, so... goodbye.
WTF are you talking about? The first was specifically included to protect political speech no matter who it might offend. What part of that don't you get special squirrel? It doesn't get much more political than this situation. Maybe you'll understand after you finish jr. high.
[-1] May 26, 2015 at 6:24pm
You clearly didn’t understand what the scientist was saying.
Of course they don't understand, that requires actually thinking without injecting emotion into it all.
 May 22, 2015 at 3:27pm
Taldren: Frogs? I never knew children who would EVER even think of doing such a thing. You can’t use the excuse of youth.
 May 22, 2015 at 3:23pm
Pia Zadora, nuff said.
 May 22, 2015 at 3:23pm
How about a real cursed film? MANY people who worked on “The Conqueror” died of cancer from radiation as they were close to nuke testing in New Mexico. Similar to “Stalker,” filmed near one of the most polluted areas of the old USSR.
Then, there is that one movie with the greatest curse, Ishtar.
Yes, John Wayne starred in the Conqueror and died just 23 years later at the tender age of 72 of lung cancer for which medical science could offer no other explanation except for the six packs of cigarettes a day he smoked.
[-1] May 22, 2015 at 2:21pm
INCREDIBLY tenuous connections that only makes sense in Beck’s continually overreaching mind. “Suspected” by the FBI means nothing. This is the same FBI that denied the existence of the Mafia and kept a file on The Kingsmen because they thought the lyrics to “Louie, Louie” were dirty.
 May 22, 2015 at 1:54pm
Wow, using convoluted non-logic to defend a child molester. Matt, you have now officially become a cartoon of your d-bag self. How do people like you sleep at night?
He was a child that molested ... most often referred to in my day as a pervert. A child molester is an adult that molests children.
Imagine if Duggar were musIim...
May 21, 2015 at 5:31pm
The conservative mind, as scientifically determined, is more prone to react in an irrational, fear-based manner and are therefore much more susceptible to the craziness of the latest conspiracy theory. The existence of this site is a function of that fact as evidenced by the unfounded things purported by its writers and commenters. That does happen on occasion on the Left, but hardly at the same levels of frequency and insanity.
[-1] May 21, 2015 at 5:07pm
I’ve been waiting for that opportunity for DECADES. But the RW doomsayers have been wrong OVER AND OVER AGAIN! I’m not confident. It’s just a matter of credibility.
May 21, 2015 at 4:40pm
So, when (not if, when) this doesn’t actually happen, will you reevaluate your perceptions of reality or come down with the common RW illness of amnesia and move on to the next unfounded, crazy theory?
[-3] May 21, 2015 at 3:51pm
Example #8312 of another conspiracy-theory nut job seeing things that don’t exist. Try again.
 May 21, 2015 at 2:31pm
1. No one of any significance cares what Sharpton says, being no more than a RW straw man/punching bag.
2. The nationalization of US police forces is nothing more than one of a plethora of RW fear-generating blathering nonsense thinking points, their “current chicken little” flavor of the month.
Therefore, the author’s entire premise is moot. Moving on….
Nope. Remember 2008 speeches? Your dear leader has wanted to nationalize for quite some time. Last I checked he is not a plethora of RW fear-generating blathering nonsense thinking points, their “current chicken little” flavor of the month. LW, yes, RW, nope.
Therefore, the posters entire premise is moot. Moving on….
So are you saying obummer lied then or you just choose to skip over the fact that he gave a speech about it? There is much more than a soundbite out on his speech. I would have to say either way that must make it Example #10,8312 of another conspiracy-theory nut job seeing things that don’t exist simply because facts are ignored by obamaites.
So, when (not if, when) this does actually happen, will you reevaluate your perceptions of reality and admit obummer lied of his desire for this to occur? I do not remember reading a single post where you thought him to be untruthful (lying) so I would say your head is pretty much buried in the sand. Perhaps I simply missed the post where you do find fault with him. It is quite easy to find a post of mine where I show disdain for the republicans who lie. I do not care what party, side-of-the-aisle, nor political thought one is from. If one is a liar, then one is a liar no matter the religion, political affiliation, color, gender, etc….
Sorry but I just didn't understand the answer to clearly. Are there any progressives/democrats/liberals that ever are in the wrong or lie? Is it only the RW/republicans/conservatives that you find to lie or do wrong? Please clarify.
[-1] May 20, 2015 at 12:58pm
And then there’s the bizzaro world people like you live in, who jump on any conspiracy theory because it reinforces your extreme delusional paranoia.