User Profile: tbeachhead


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  • [1] May 26, 2015 at 3:55pm

    I’d like a video of the guy clamping the irons on the mom who makes the call to keep her kid home. I’d like to see if he keeps a straight face, takes himself seriously, or if he weeps for the sheer futility of a useless life. His is no job at all…I watch how the Germans took themselves so seriously, and I thought, y’know…when the police lose their sense of community, and become “us” in the face of “them”, we become indistinguishable from any other totalitarian nation.

  • [14] May 22, 2015 at 10:39am

    “I just think that people should embrace all the cultures in the community. There are so many of them. And I find this a division. This is not what we should stand for here,” she told the outlet.”

    Who was it who said they have no sense of humor. How can you say this and keep a straight face? Who is going to take you seriously, when you say, “People should embrace all the cultures in the community…and this is one culture that I will not tolerate?”

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  • [14] May 21, 2015 at 4:09pm

    “ABC News has decided not to discipline the anchor.” What a surprise. To fire him, you’d have to find a professional prevaricator as astute…and James Carville is not available.

  • [3] May 21, 2015 at 10:49am

    Shame is a useful tool…If light shone on every work…the darkness would not dare to dwell where it lies so brazenly now.

  • [2] May 21, 2015 at 10:32am

    I often thought that the most demeaning death would be that of road kill, where my once functional body was opened and turned inside out, broken and useless for the world to see as it passed by.

    This has to be a lot like that. A worthless life spent pursuing death, whom death lays out for all to see with no lingering illusion.

  • May 20, 2015 at 2:32pm

    It’s all part of the plan…beginning with the Kinsey/Hefner triumph of the fifties:

  • [17] May 20, 2015 at 12:24pm

    Question your support for free speech and unveil your support for totalitarian government and control by the elite few who alone decide what is and isn’t proper.

    I would never stop a besotted fool like this from revealing publicly the vapid paucity of his thoughts.

  • May 20, 2015 at 12:04pm

    Twentieth century parent: When the mother learned that her child had thrown food, she saw red….and, having told the father, the child also saw red, in his back side looking in a mirror.

    Brave new millennial mother: When the mother learned that her child had been disciplined she saw red…

    Dear new millennial mom: Learn to homeschool…stick yourself with your own spawn…and avoid getting arrested for abuse. Best of luck.

  • May 19, 2015 at 12:40pm

    Has anyone thought about the irony? They are allowed their righteous rage and outrage…but if I indulge the outrage their claims inspire…I’m the one who will be fired, arrested or publically shamed?

    It’s outrageous.

  • [1] May 19, 2015 at 12:25pm

    And that’s not all that complex…but it engenders thoughts like what happens when a boy who thinks he’s a girls ends up in the boy scouts, and has a gay scout leader in his tent. Are they safe?

    Hear the rage and outrage by our friends so frought with their own compromise at that simple question…and see how idiotic the whole debate has become. There is a right…there is a wrong, and the Constitution affirms this and makes it safe to say: It’s about securing the blessings of liberty on our posterity…not our posteriors. When our choices have no hope of posterity, they are irrelevant.

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  • May 19, 2015 at 12:20pm

    Somebody oh somebody please start selling cookies. There are some things that matter, and the Girls Scouts are irrelevant.

  • [-2] May 19, 2015 at 11:17am

    Proof that government is not elected. Who would vote for fools like this? ” Despite their sincerely held religious views, Brownie said that the government must protect gays from being turned away from businesses.” The government must protect what?

    Who loses their livelihood? Who misses out on a cake baked at bakery one when there are six thousand bakeries? Who needs protection?

    But now the mafia is out, and the racket is being played on the open square. The time is at hand, and if we do not repent, we will be the victim of those whom we will not let eat cake. The Terror is the icing on this cake.

  • [1] May 19, 2015 at 10:53am

    Look up the “Committee on National Security.” The French had that, along with the Committee of Public Health (or Public Salvation…depending on your choice of translators). These were instituted to “secure the well-being of the Citizens of France.” They were, in reality, the tools that enforced the government’s Reign of Terror…their instrument of control that led to the death of 600000 Frenchmen. The French pretended to have something about “citizens.” We’ve lost that. But we have the committees in place. How long will it take us to understand that the committees are not there for citizens’ well being, but to facilitate and secure someone’s deliberate effort to invade this country without firing a single shot. It has never happened in History, but it has already happened in countries like Holland, where there are so few Dutch left that the race is in the minority. The tactic worked. The merchants are the great men on the earth…and by their sorceries the nations have been deceived.
    And that warning was written two thousand years ago…and the fulfillment is at hand.
    Here’s the good news, and it is good. Fulfillment means their downfall and the end of Babylon. Reading this, I sound like a nut job. Watching the silent invasion, that men like you, Glenn, are speaking of…I really don’t care what I sound like any more.

  • [8] May 18, 2015 at 12:38pm

    I think the language needs fixed. We should have went and did it different. This way we would have saw a difference in our students.

  • [5] May 15, 2015 at 3:45pm

    “I know you have to set up a meeting,” he told WAGA, “but …”

    And that’s the root of the problem.

    But…I don’t have to do what they ask. I’m deciding for myself what their policy should be…and I’ll put it on film and go viral with it if they don’t do what I say according to my pollicy. Oh…and if I’m darker skinned and she’s lighter skinned…more power to me.

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  • [3] May 15, 2015 at 3:40pm

    Sad fact is, half my classes would not think there was a flaw in the above statement.

  • [1] May 15, 2015 at 3:39pm

    They should a took time out of their schedule and and they should have did a better job teaching him English. Then he could have went to a better college, and he would have saw better treatment.

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  • [2] May 15, 2015 at 3:03pm

    There’s only one shade of stupid…and it’s usually drawn down over the brain.

  • [-3] May 15, 2015 at 2:57pm

    He hit it on the emotional part…and ready to be offended…Poor Tamara is miserable. She needs something. But she’ll flock to Hillary, that’s comforting. At least Hillary knows how to use the “womean’s” issues to get rich.

  • [21] May 15, 2015 at 1:16pm

    I wish someone could shout this from the housetop. POVERTY DOES NOT LEAD TO VIOLENCE. Jealousy, rage, bitterness and envy lead to violence…lack of a moral compass leads to violence. Violence is self-propagating, and leads to violence.

    Poverty led my father to give everything he earned at the Nestle factory in Fulton, NY to his mother and his family so they could feast on eggs and potatoes. Poverty led his brother to work on the trains, so his siblings could go to college. My dad was never violent…and he gave his right leg to stop Hitler.

    Stupid people think poverty necessarily leads to violence. Stupid people and jealous people…and angry people…and envious…

    And some presidents seem to think this way. That is quite troubling.

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