User Profile: steve_CPO-USN-Retired


Member Since: December 01, 2010


  • [22] September 1, 2015 at 3:53pm

    There’s an adage attributed to Abraham Lincoln: Abe is talking to a man and says: See that dog over there? How many legs does it have. Man answers: Four. Abe then asks if you count the dog’s tail as a leg, how many legs does it have? Man answers: Five. Abe says: You’re wrong, the dog has four legs. Just because you call a tail a leg, doesn’t make it so.

    Once upon a time, the man wearing a bicorne hat with one hand stuffed into coat, claiming to be Napoleon was the looked upon as being mentally unbalanced or crazy.

    Next up on the lib hit parade: Fifty-five years old man is caught having sexually relations with a fourteen years old girl. Not to worry… he “self-identifies” himself was a fifteen years old boy. Do we really want to go down this road?

  • [41] August 14, 2015 at 6:40pm

    “….particularly when labor is more replaceable”
    Translation: All my staff are intellectual special snowflakes, that don’t NEED no stinkin union! And besides… if I want to ‘can’ one of them, I want them gone NOW.

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  • [2] July 14, 2015 at 5:21pm

    Ok, Mr. Allen, I’ll bite. The ‘democracy’ of the greek population voted against continuing austerity measures (reform/fix your broken government policies… where the data base for property taxes won’t be ready for years, and income tax evasion is a national sport)… in short… get your **** together

    Your version of democracy; A group of three people walk into a Subway Sandwich Shop. They order the food, and once at the register, vote that no one has to pay. Guess what? They’re aren’t getting their food they ordered!

    Last National elections voted in a Socialist Gov’t to stave off the austerity controls. Well guess what? the new ‘Socialist’ PM got a dose of REALITY! The greek gov’t and private side ran out of internal banking monies… and without additional external loans, would go belly up. Greece ran up against the adage: Socialism is great… until you run out of other peoples’ money.

    In reply to the contribution The Greek Tragedy - Is Democracy Dead?

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  • [1] June 20, 2015 at 9:05pm

    #1 lamest defense by gun owners…”protection from bad guys”…

    The nine people in Charleston, SC, were ‘unavailable’ for comment.

  • [2] May 1, 2015 at 4:17pm

    The article was talking about a position of employment… not a ‘prospective’ client/customer.

  • [2] April 28, 2015 at 1:39pm

    To Rev Jackson: You first! We need more jobs. Well, there’s a example of his logic. After seeing the carnage of the looters, what individual (mom-n-pop) or even national chain (CVS) and the mall stories would want to risk the investment capital to enter such a place?

    We are all individuals…When your environment (city, neighborhood) becomes a cesspool… Leave. There is no fence keeping the (good) citizens from leaving. Yes, it may be hard, but you can do it. Alas, the siren call of the ‘services’ and ‘benefits’ keep most from making the leap. IMHO, the current downturn in our country’s economy is amplified within blue/dem/progressive states and municipalities. It would be interesting to add up all the governmental (fed, state, local) and non-profit… including all grant monies flowing into Baltimore.

  • [3] January 26, 2015 at 4:18pm

    Very True! My bookshelves have Dr. Sowell’s:
    - Basic Economics
    - Intellectuals and Society
    - Economic Facts and Fallacies
    Great books, all.

  • [3] January 4, 2015 at 12:20am

    Not a F-in chance. He’s been looking at his fan mail and listening to his personal staff too long. How about this time around, Republicans go for: (1) No retreads, (2) No Senators or House of Reps and (3) No (R)-lite Governors from deep blue States?
    Field: Govs Scott Walker (WI) or Bobby Jindal (LA). I’ll even throw in Jeb Bush (FL) as the RINO stalking horse.
    My VOTE is for Gov Bobby Jindal. He’s got the experience X3.
    (1) Current LA Governor (on his 2nd term) (EXECUTIVE STATE EXPERIENCE)
    (2) Two term member of House of Reps (FED LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCE)
    He’s not my Knight in Shining Armor, but a step in the right direction.

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  • [3] January 4, 2015 at 12:17am

    Was thinking the same thing.. Have they never seen a globe? Oh, by the way, there’s this ‘thingy’ called Latitudes.

  • [3] December 23, 2014 at 11:13am

    “… ancient irresponsible gun laws.” Yeah, that “Constitution” thingy certainly is an impediment to your endeavors.

    Teacher: Thank you Johnny for handing over your folks’ nasty and dangerous gun. Did you bring in the lists containing your parents’ reading and TV watching habits? Also, did you remember to bring the notes of your parents’ political discussions between themselves, friends and family? You’ve certainly earned your spot in this Summer’s Obama Youth Camp.

  • [-1] October 30, 2014 at 3:54pm

    He may a powerful CEO… Who want’s to bet, he’s the “bottom” in his relationships? God’s greatest gifts? To pleasure yourself by placing your sexual organ into the anus of another man, or to be on the receiving “end?” Really? Then why did God create man and woman? Why is there no same sex/asexual means of procreation. Under your definition of love… the cartoon of a dog humping a fire hydrant or a person’s leg has the same validity.

    Take God out of the equation. What would Darwin say? Your personal conduct is for a same sex relationship. You cannot by biological reasoning, procreate… you’re a one generation “dead end,” genetically/anthropologically speaking. Comparing same sex to race… really? That doesn’t pass the desert island test… I have multiple race, ethnic background humans (100 couples) on (1) island, on (2) island, I have (100 couples) homosexual males. One (3) island I have (100 couples) homosexual females. What happens after only one generation lifespan?

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  • October 10, 2014 at 11:31am

    Sigh… Old joke. The Air Force builds a base. Admin, Supply, Base Ops, Barracks, etc. They run out of money. Have to go before Congress for more $. Reason: We built a base, ran out of money… we need more money to build the runways!

    24 years Navy. Good day, all!

  • [15] October 3, 2014 at 4:20pm

    Mohammed… 7th century trader located in a crossroads trading city (city) defined by the times)). Takes pieces of Jewish and Christian religious doctrines… adds his spin, and goes on a warlord/raider tirade. Answer three basic questions:
    (1) Before the falling out with the Jewish tribes living in Medina (wanted them to join his raiding parties of the commercial caravan), Muslims prayed towards Jerusalem. In the aftermath, he changed their (Muslim) prayer direction towards Mecca.

    (2) The magic winged-horse ride (midnight ride) to Jerusalem…Climbed the magic ladder. Met all the
    previous Christian/Judaic prophets.. that proclaimed “You da Man… you’re great, you’re better than all of us.. Perfect Man? Where’s the Piety? Don’t think so.

    In battle… things are not going his way… he then announces his: You get a place in heaven… with 72
    virgins. Really? What’s your hangup with virgins? Not a meeting in heaven by like-minded pious souls… but hangs up a sign that says “virgins only” need apply?

    All Modern/Western Nations should not go the PC route of accommodation and diversity crap… but go to the opposite. The Muslim Faith is based on the actions/deeds of 7th Century Con Man. The split within their “faith”, Shia vs. Shiite is a further example… Hell, after the prophet’s death, they’ve been fighting amongst themselves. They have turned Mohammed into a quasi deity… If he was a man… treat him as a man.

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  • October 1, 2014 at 5:06pm

    (1) I read “Resigned,” but not “Retired (from Federal Service).” That isn’t to say she won’t resurface somewhere within the Department of Homeland Security behemoth (or large DHS “contractor”) with a pay bump.

    (2) Not good for the USSS leadership hierarchy to bring back a retired person (even if he previously held the position)… It tells them they don’t have the skills and leadership to take “command.” However, the “good” rank and file agents may look at it as a godsend. After a shakedown and acumen “snap-back,” they may regain their professional stature. I would’ve loved to have been in the room during that “come back out of retirement and take over” meeting.

  • October 1, 2014 at 4:35pm

    Does the back husband think in that regard? Or once available, look at you as a friend with benefits? If you divorce husband number (1), wouldn’t number (2) think he might be next (greener pastures). Old ex or friend may look at you as a “familiar” divorcee booty call. Just saying.

  • [2] August 20, 2014 at 11:44am

    I think Harris Faulkner should be given more airtime on foxnews. Smart, quick-witted, articulate… and a stone “hottie.” Never noticed the eye blinking before commercial. My guess: It’s her reaction to focusing on the producing staff talking to her through her earpiece before a hard break (commercial).

  • [14] August 20, 2014 at 11:19am

    Change the team’s name to DIRTY CORRUPT POLITICIANS. Nickname can be the DC-POLs. Main logo will be a cartoon fatcat pol, carrying bags of money in hands. However, on the sides of the players’ helmets, have a round clear plastic picture holder. Each game, insert a different picture of a congress critter or member of the executive branch. Maybe the picture of opposing team’s senator or House Rep.

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  • [3] May 21, 2014 at 1:35pm

    Gonzo… under the adage, great minds think alike. I posted this a few minutes ago on a different site:

    Sigh… I’ve seen this “episode” before. Come before podium, voice “outrage”, add there will be an investigation to get to the bottom of this. Oh… and of course, “we” will hold “them” accountable” for added emphasis.
    (1) 2-3 months from now, the press may ask the WH about the VA Scandal. “Can’t talk about it. It’s still under investigation.”
    (2) 4-5 months from now, reporter will throw out a softball question to President or Press Sec about it. Then we will hear, it’s about a few bad apples, cowboys, or wrong-headed individuals.
    (3) 1 year from now, the administration will be asked about it. They will answer with a “nothing was there, blown out of proportion and the every reliable… it was a partisan attack about nothing.”
    (4) 18 months from now a question may come up. Answer: Why are you asking about that now… ancient history, move along.

    The administration need some new strategists. We are now in the “Re-run”… it worked well the last time mode.

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  • [3] May 3, 2014 at 9:20am

    Kind of reminds me of a quote from Dad. There’s a reason it’s called WORK and not FUN.

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  • April 3, 2014 at 2:29pm

    Some of my questions are:
    (1) 34 years old, married, with kids and only an Specialist (E-4)? When did he enlist… How long has he been in?
    (2) Deployed to Iraq for only 4 months? No combat… but was claiming brain injury?
    (3) Reported to Ft. Hood in February. OK. If he had a recent Permanent Change of Station (PCS) move (Feb 2014), he wasn’t in immediate danger of being separated from the Army (admin discharge or not being able to reenlist).
    (4) It will be interesting to find out about his previous duty station and his performance there. Was he transferred out, just to pass on the problem?

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