User Profile: supermansdad

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  • October 23, 2016 at 2:51am

    If it’s true, & if he’s vindicated over the allegations he should sue. But those are mighty big IF’s. As Revolver Enthusiast stated, this is part of his modis operandi: blow wild accusations and threaten legal actions. Its his go-to scare tactic in both his professional and personal life. He’s literally sued & threatened to sue people for telling word for word quotes in absolute context all because they painted him in a bad light.

    If the allegations are not true, they shouldn’t really be sued as much as he should file charges against them. That sounds more like what a man telling the truth should do, not attempting to make money off an attack. The simple fact that he isn’t doing so is rather telling.

  • October 23, 2016 at 2:39am

    I’ll go further: it was the Establishment Elite that pushed him into the position he’s in now, few outsiders with a few notable exceptions were originally backing him. Trump’s own donation history tells us why: rarely did he ever donate to an outsider, virtually always to a major establishment elitist. The few true outsiders he did donate to it stopped quickly when he realized he couldn’t sway them as much as he had hoped.

    Look at how quick John Boehner jumped on the bandwagon. He was on the Tower of Power like Debbie did Dallas!

  • [2] October 23, 2016 at 2:28am

    I’m good with that, it’s a cut in spending to pay for something. But this is our initiative and should be our responsibility.

  • October 23, 2016 at 2:26am

    It’s our wall not theirs, if WE want it WE should pay for it. When WE demanded it the first time and it was passed in congress WE said WE cover the cost. There’s huge amounts of waste that can be cut to pay for it all or to patrol the areas that it’s not feasible physically or fiscally to do so. It’s beyond stupid to say Any other nation should pay for any program of any kind in our country. Tighten the belt or produce more.

  • October 23, 2016 at 2:20am


  • [2] October 23, 2016 at 2:18am

    Wow Sean, you just endorsed an avowed anarchists and admitted globalist! Nobody died? Are you seriously that stupid Hannity? Have you been so blinded by hatred that you don’t even realize what they mean when they say “sources have dried up as a result of the leaks.” Let’s break this down Barney style for the simpletons that seem to love what Assange is doing: when sources dry up it really means the opposite side figured out the source of the leak and administered copper jacketed lead at high velocity.

    We have a robber in the house telling us our kids are doing drugs, good to know, spank the kids but SHOOT THE ROBBER!!!

  • [16] October 22, 2016 at 7:59am

    So many people only know Stein as an actor, a political advisor. Incredibly smart man.

  • October 19, 2016 at 5:25pm

    Harder to swallow that tower of power and still maintain eye contact.

  • [1] October 19, 2016 at 5:28am

    Are you serious? It’s a horrible argument! He has very public history of attacks against the looks of women he perceives as slighting him. Look at Megyn Kelly, for years he said she was the best debate moderator & spoke eloquently about her beauty. She asks tough questions, maybe tougher than the other guys but legitimate questions and he begins to attack her looks. One of the most beautiful women in the entire media and he calls her all manner of vile things just because he felt slighted. It’s not the first time either. The BBC reporter comes to mind also.

    I feel like we’re in Indiana Jones and the Holy Grail & the knight is about to tell us our fate.

  • October 19, 2016 at 5:04am

    To be honest I really don’t see it with her. She has that ridiculously hard face from years of modeling, what many refer to as “savage”. It doesn’t look natural, in fact it looks rather horrifying. Michelle has it too. It makes her look like a painted up porn star. Remember the still shot everyone uses to make fun of Beyoncé, the “Beyoncé wants this removed from the internet” BS,same thing. Nope, retreat has been played and the flag has been folded. Maybe if I met her in person but I’m thinking those images would be still in my head.

  • October 19, 2016 at 4:59am

    Even more underreported are the numbers of men that are sexually abused and harassed. Working in the LEO field for a number of years I found almost no man that would dare admit his wife beat him, yet the evidence was there all the time. Unless the marks were plainly visible and obvious we could rarely do anything. I worked for several years in MIL LEO and found both sexual assault, harassment and even bribery was rampant by WOMEN against MEN! But I also a great deal of it same sex as well, usually even worse in terms of what would happen.

  • [2] October 19, 2016 at 4:50am

    Sexual harassment & abuse has little to nothing to do with physical attraction with the exception of stranger rape. But most are familiar or known to their abuser. It’s about power and subjugation. Now ask yourself: does Bill Clinton fit that mold? Yes, he has a long history of imposing his will on people & doing whatever he can to treat them like dirt. Now ask yourself the same question about Donnie Trump. During this election campaign he has repeatedly done these acts as well. While I have some doubts about his guilt it is plausible, even likely, given his character traits and habits. Add in that he did in fact fly Lolita Express (just like Bill) and attend parties at Epstein’s sexcapades island (just like Bill) and the probability increases.

    We’re not being given good choices this time. Two morally bankrupt people, one that is the polar opposite of what our founders believed & the other couldn’t care what they believed only what he believes will get him elected.

  • [1] October 19, 2016 at 4:34am


    I will give a caveat to the animal kingdom statement: it is elsewhere but almost exclusively as a sign of domination over another member. A female dog or chimp will act out sexually as a sign that they are the dominant animal. It’s not about sexuality or procreation or even about pleasure, but instilling fear, intimidation and subjecting the other members. Similar to how most gay relationships are as well.

  • October 18, 2016 at 10:53pm

    Reciprocity is generally used these days in gun rights discussions but the meaning and usage go much further. States have reciprocal agreements with each other all the time, and sometimes they are rescinded because certain requirements are not met. As stated, the 2A is in fact a FEDERAL statute codified in the Constitution. This is why marriage shouldn’t be forced between the states as it recently has been because it’s a 10thA right not a federal.
    As to Wikileaks, they are far from on our side. The only reason Assange is after her is she went after him. The two are in near total congruence as to their political ideology so any effort to help Trump is only out of personal animosity. Assange is playing us and we’re eating it hook line and sinker.
    As to LibTs being crazy. Johnson is an incompetent nose picker that dose more dope than Willie Nelson, then you have Jesse Ventura, enough said there, then this Weld freak that openly hates guns & has shown himself to be just as ignorant as his running mate on every issue.

  • [1] October 18, 2016 at 5:45pm

    Read Mathew 18:15-16, & it’s not the only example.

  • [3] October 18, 2016 at 4:08am

    Hitler was a brilliant speaker, anyone that can not see or understand that is a fool.

    Similarly, he was also a raving lunatic with delusions of grandeur & anyone that can’t see that either is also a fool.

    The manner of speaking, his ability to whip up a crowd for populist ideology is very similar to both the sitting president and at least one of the candidates.

  • October 18, 2016 at 3:03am

    Sure is. Sadly I fear Trump is playing a Stradivarius also.he is an expert at playing to a crowd, ever changing what he thinks/says to close the deal regardless as to his own philosophy or intentions. It doesn’t take much research to see that he has swapped positions repeatedly. His stances were virtually all over the board prior to (and in some cases still) announcing his bid, then overnight he adopted a virtual verbatim platform of the populist movements. That’s the epitome of playing the crowd.

    I’m still voting for him but I’m not liking doing so.

  • [2] October 18, 2016 at 2:54am

    The least accurately quoted line in Sacred Scripture, judge not, least he be judged. Liberals/libertarians love this line and use it to justify doing things out of the ordinary. Yet they completely miss the mark about it’s mean by not reading it in context. The following verses explicitly tell you when, why & how to judge. This has as much to do with not bearing false witness, a commandment.

    The really funny part is all the people that use the line then attack those that judge the other person, thereby contradicting themselves.

  • October 18, 2016 at 2:44am

    With how far down his gullet Trump’s Tower of Power is it wasn’t to “hard” to figure out which team NTEH bats for.

  • [17] October 18, 2016 at 2:28am

    That’s not “restraint & forethought”, that’s nearly being killed because your scared that you may go to jail for doing the right thing. Cops that are knocked unconscious are usually killed with their own weapon. She was lucky her family didn’t attend a funeral instead a hospital room. When you do drugs that severely alter your mental status I feel zero for you when your shot and killed by the cops or a civilian.

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