User Profile: SquareHead


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  • [4] November 22, 2014 at 4:33pm


    He is not in jail and has not been convicted, and people have the right to make their own judgement calls. Like OJ when he drove the Bronco was guilty in my eyes until OJ proved himself innocent which he never did to ME. Likewise corporations and others are making a judgement call for themselves, as Cosby’s lack of response is not the response of an innocent man….

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  • [-1] November 22, 2014 at 11:01am

    This is is Bush’s religion of peace….. Unaware just painting naked pictures of himself and sending twitter messages to his “brother from another mother” Clinton.

  • November 21, 2014 at 2:55pm

    I appreciate what Michael Brown said, and him asking for people not to do foolish things. Sir I do pray that your son’s death will not go in vain. Though I feel for you as a father for your loss, I disagree with your stance on racial profiling, as it is only natural when one group of people commit the most of a crime. We should profile middle eastern men in the airport due to what history has taught us. That is unfortunate for the vast majority of middle eastern me, but it should be expected. Instead we got the PC police out there patting down old nuns and small children. Everybody with a sound mind knows that is crazy.

    This does not mean that police brutality isn’t a problem. It most certainly is. As is discrimination in our courts and many places.

    Police have killed more americans than terrorist have since 911. Now that is a bit skewed, as not all of those were innocent. But the fact is that many I know in white communities that would have called the police 10-20 years ago, would not today, or do so reluctantly due to the lack of trust.

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 2:38pm

    I never did say that it is the worst thing in the world. Only that it is a perversion one should be ashamed of. Just like sleeping with a dog is. Even if one could prove that the dog approved it is still a perversion and should not be done. We are all born sinners and struggle with sin. It is the whole idea that being perverted like it is a preference of a food is crazy, and contrary to what the bible says.

  • [1] November 21, 2014 at 1:08pm

    Their guilt for their perversion leaves them really broken, and coming out they think it is going to restore them. But it won’t :(

  • November 21, 2014 at 1:07pm

    You should be ashamed to be a sodomite. So Giman is a sodomite promoter,with his Guitar, Subaru cruising the Hershey Highway…..

    It must be hard to be an uncontrolled pervert while people look at you like you are normal…. Sad, sad indeed.

    This is why the **** Mafia was to force this on all of us, so we can all pretend it is normal to try to alleviate the guilt they feel because of their sin. I am sure that even in Sodom and Gomorrah, they were not ok with themselves, as God has given us a conscience to show us right from wrong. This is the reason that so many ****’s kill themselves, which is really sad as there is so little support. Homosexulaity is not an unforgivable sin, and all men have fallen short and are deserving of hell. But the fact is that you must give your life over to God, and put your faith in Jesus, read your bible and find other believers to support you. That is how you can overcome this sin in your life.

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  • November 21, 2014 at 12:55pm

    So we should celebrate that he is an unrestrained sodomite?
    Where does this go………… In a few years he might come out to say that he sleeps with his dog, and it will be celebrated as the ultimate relationship….. God help us..

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  • [3] November 20, 2014 at 4:34pm

    In my mind OJ was guilty until HE proved otherwise, when we went on his Bronco ride. Of course there was tons of hard evidence that should have convicted him in a Righteous Justice System but as all know even by its name we have a “Criminal Justice System”….

    This is not that convincing to me by far, but Cosby does not act like an innocent man, as he chooses his words carefully, and the fact that he has not filed suite against the Hannibal Buress who called Cosby a rapist.

  • [1] November 20, 2014 at 4:27pm

    Listen Constitution Addict,
    I am not the judge and jury, merely pointing out the common sense observation that he is NOT acting like an innocent person acts. I am not saying that he should convicted on the little information that has been reported on it. Back in 1993 when OJ went for his drive in the Bronco with a gun, he was GUILTY in my mind until HE proved anything different. He never did to ME. The Legal Sharrade we see played out in our criminal court system unfortunately is more of a game, than an honest pursuit of bringing out ALL truth, and the system should be reformed. That is a side issue. I am not saying that Cosby should be convicted, just commenting on his behaviour through this. Because I have always liked Cosby I was hoping he would take the opportunity to speak to ME and the public, like other innocent people have done when being maligned by people, and yes I agree that he should sue Hannibal Burress for defamation. Cosby should have come out publicly and charged Hannibal, and he could have said something in this interview as well, but again he opts for silence, like the screwed guilty politician. Again not what one typically sees for an innocent person.

  • [4] November 20, 2014 at 1:59pm

    He was lucky that the Yorkie was not armed :0

  • [1] November 20, 2014 at 12:10pm

    I am disappointed in Cosby and how he is acting like a guilty person, by being so careful to choose his words.
    An innocent person usually can’t wait for any opportunity to set the record straight. We have not see that here at all. In fact Cosby thought he could rely on the AP bias to help do a favorable piece to assist him, and got offended how they asked him some basic questions like he is some sort of royalty that can’t be questioned. Thanks to AP for once showing something real, as they generally are in the business to malign any conservative and promote any liberal regardless of what the facts say.

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  • [7] November 20, 2014 at 12:06pm

    No, that is hardly dirty journalism. They for once showed us something real. The fact is that through this whole thing Cosby is acting like a guilty person that must be careful in choosing his words.

    An innocent person has no such worries, and can’t wait to exhonorate himself at every opportunity. That being said I was a big fan of the Cosby show, and have always held him in high regard. Cosby like all of us is a sinner and subject to fall short. It appears to me that there is something to all of these allegations. Now to what degree remains to be seen. But as of now he is acting like a guilty person, which is very disappointing. But it is the off stage footage that tends to show the real person. Cosby thought he could count on AP doing a some favorable PR for him, like they do with all liberals and people they favor. My guess is that it was his charge about their integrity that set them off and made them decide to air this.

    The truth whatever it is is always best thing in the end..

  • [1] November 20, 2014 at 11:56am

    What a good reminder this Thanksgiving. How many lonely people there are in our midst. Lets make a difference in someones life, and by doing so we will make a difference in our own.

  • November 19, 2014 at 6:18pm

    Can any of you remember how the Media was reporting on the church burnings in in the 1990 Clinton brothel years?
    Wonder if we will start seeing Obama attending the church burnings to say how he feels their pain, to distract the masses to the fact that he should be arrested along with POS or POTUS 43 and 42 & 41 for treason, by their neglect of upholding the constitution, or was that. I forget which acronym describes the presidency both are used so frequently when describing the presidents for the last 25 years.

    Nevertheless; It is was a nice for the pastor to show up and offer forgiveness, along with asking for it for any ill that might have happened to them through church. The fact is that MANY have been hurt by people in churches, that acted like pagans. People that did not love their neighbor as themselves. To live like Christ is a high calling that we all will fall short of as we are all sinners. If that is you, who were hurt by hypocrites that did not live up to the standard, then don’t hold God responsible for what man has done. All men are deserving of eternal hell, and it is God through the sacrifice of Jesus, His Son, that has made salvation possible for those who believe. Salvation is by Christ alone and not by a church. So pick up a bible read John, then some Psalms, Proverbs, Genesis, and find Truth for yourself.

  • [29] November 19, 2014 at 4:00pm

    Thumbs up if you think Child Molesters should be Executed!

  • [17] November 19, 2014 at 3:59pm

    Ghandi was a Republican,

    I have not love for Islam or Progressives, but the fact is that the Franklin Scandal took place while our beloved Reagan was in office! They would fly in children from for sex parties by members of congress and higher ups, where kids able to describe Barny Franks apartment and allot of incriminating evidence nothing was done. In fact many of the victims was murderd and one got a 25year sentence for perjury (Longest sentence for perjury in US history)

    EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THIS!! So go and watch and do your own research. What you will find out is that there are many Perverts in all walks of live and many in high places, as we have recently seen come out in Hollywood. The obvious solution to this should be DEATH PENALTY FOR CHILD MOLESTERS! Which would make a great campaign slogan :) It warms my heart!

    Seriously, we do know of the child sex trafficking in South East Asia, and of the abuse of children in many Islamic nations, but WE HAVE A BIG PROBLEM IN OUR NATION, that our courts do not want to deal with. again the only solution is DEATH PENALTY FOR CHILD MOLESTERS!

  • [5] November 19, 2014 at 3:50pm

    Death Penalty for Pedophiles is the ONLY appropriate solution. But I fear that we have a bunch of them in DC, as there is nobody has pushed for this. Even when they catch a ring it gets buried in the courts like we saw with the Franklin Scandal which involved prominent DC politicians at some of the highest levels!! But nothing got done except for dying witnesses and a 25 year sentence for perjury for one of the victims!!

    I wish TheBlaze would dig this whole thing up and bring attention to this case.

  • [-1] November 17, 2014 at 10:20pm

    OK, fine! Show off how you are much more smarter and more edumacated than the brilliant reporters.

  • [3] November 17, 2014 at 2:42pm

    So the Prince paid for lessons! Like that is any news. That is the exact reason the Prince was the only person that flew out of the country on 9-12-2001. It case it should be widely known at the time and the people would rise up, and everybody would have gotten exposed.

  • [12] November 14, 2014 at 6:29pm

    What do you mean? How dare you insult tow truck companies like that:( Every one knows that tow truck companies are way more respectable and honest when compared to News Reporters.

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