User Profile: tcpubelle

tcpubelle

Member Since: October 13, 2012

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  • [2] October 22, 2014 at 7:11pm

    “I am really not trying to be clever…I’m really trying to just be like as really straight-forward as I can”….

    Nope. Your lying just like every other little piece of dookie that’s served in that same position…and indeed it takes a special kind of liar to continue serving your master and cause, one’s who really have no conscious or propensity to tell the truth; a special kind of Goebbels committed NAZI type who can deny the reality of their bosses actions and the attendant fallout, all for the glory of whatever Utopia state they see themselves in, having amassed power.

  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 6:58pm

    For whatever it’s worth, I still have high hopes for a better news service than anything that the remaining networks offer. I was hopeful that they could build this into a national radio station news service as well, ultimately integrating seamlessly with local news. I hate listening to the local stations who subscribe to the ABC, CBS, NBC, or Fox News feeds for radio news, because I’d swear that not one on any of those news service broadcasters listens to a single word being discussed on the 5 major national talk shows.

    I enjoyed Real News because the viewpoints and questions offered in News-maker types of interviews were wide enough and less leftists than just about anything else in network land. Of the various hosts, I always thought that one person who was never a day or two behind what was known by the talk show listening crowd was Buck. I encouraged my older children to subscribe to TheBlaze TV and watch Real News. The liked the younger, snappier news crowd who often shared opinions and ideals a little closer to their own than to Dan Rather’s

    Let’s see what happens this year.

  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 5:50pm

    “most of the study participants reported a sense that crime was increasing in the country despite that statistics show it is actually going down”

    The question might better have been asked, Do your feel that crime amongst those in government is declining, staying the same, or increasing. I think that pretty much would explain that little anomaly.

  • [9] October 22, 2014 at 5:33pm

    “fundamentalists..like [those in] Texas and Idaho are finally being called to task for their anti-gay hatred”

    I been taught not to hate homosexuals, but to love them. I have however understood for quite some time that there are choices we make in our behaviors and in our thoughts that will lead either to blessings or consequences, if not in this life, then after this live is over. The very foundation of our system of laws is based upon those very same principles, that all men are accountable to a supreme being for their obedience to his commandments.

    It is when men become a law unto themselves that the lines no longer just get blurred , but evil races across them and immediately begin to violate all laws, justifying all acts, regardless of how heinous, because it is what they want to do. Just how far does that take mans’ behavior. Look at the headlines, ISIS serial killers, rapists, and sadists.

    The great mantra of the atheists always is, “Look what evils men have done in the name of religion!” A better reasoning might be that their rationalizations for committing evil acts is not because there was a god who justified or instructed them to do them, but it really boils down to this, “I felt like doing it…I wanted to.”

    It was this very recognition that brought our Founding Fathers to establish a Constitution that took these moral and mortal weaknesses of men into account. There is a God, We will have to give an accounting. I try to avoid acts of evil.

  • October 22, 2014 at 5:11pm

    I was sure that the POTUS would have only learned about this at the same time we did on the news….

  • October 22, 2014 at 1:26pm

    Monk – Touche’

  • October 22, 2014 at 1:21pm

    WEBWITHDEB – You’re right about the “noble” comment. Sarcasm mostly in using the word.

  • October 22, 2014 at 1:17pm

    Selah and Akbar. Up yours!
    When then next local Islamic terrorist event takes place in the neighborhood, let’s hope the neighbor remember where you’re living.

  • October 22, 2014 at 1:12pm

    The $$ cost of treating the few survivors cost more than any of Kim’s weddings. The first one starting somewhere around $17 Million.

    I think you meant that “the number of people living in the United States that have died” because the number of people in African nations is just a tad higher than the number of K.K. spouses.

    There’s a reason that Ebola in the US has been limited in its impacts so far, not the least of which is that the public made their wills known to an out of control Emperor who has no clothes. The people on the front lines did all that they could to prevent the disease from spreading to themselves and others, and this despite the POTUS’ best efforts to stop them from doing their jobs.

    For those who prepared for Y2K, they knew that there were real consequences if they did nothing, so businesses and individuals prepared and when the New Year came, a lot of us in IT services had a behind in a chair watching to be sure that the corrective measures we put in place worked. Doing nothing to prepare to mitigate the consequences was not an acceptable option, it would have been devastating to do otherwise. Y2K was a non-event because we spent billions to correct and prepare.

    The cost for correcting for stupidity and lack of foresight is always VERY expensive.

  • October 22, 2014 at 12:51pm

    Now imagine the idiocy of the Socialists/Communists of the world that have taught and now parrot that “Healthcare is a RIGHT!”

    OK, so are you going to force Hospital’s Doctors, Nurses, Hospital Administrators, House Keeping staff to come in to work or suffer financial, mental, or physical punishments?

    If you want to see where the “I have a right to healthcare” mentality is leading us, you can find historical images used by abolitionists that showed the scars of the backs of men, women, and children flogged who offended the “Massa’s” overseer and who didn’t do as “the were told”. There is not one bit of difference in the justifications, rationalizations, and methods of coercion employed by those slave holders than those employed by leftists and RINO’s supporting this foolish and already failed notion of having a RIGHT to Healthcare. At what point does that so-called right end? It ends when the person who oversees your right, tells you it has ended.

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  • [15] October 22, 2014 at 12:12pm

    Smokey – my mother and her older brother were living in the Portland, Oregon area back in the woods surrounding it during WW2. They saw a Japanese airplane crash in the woods. The FBI came out, investigated the wreck and made reports, and someone hauled off the carcasses of the pilot and plane. They never saw a thing about it in the news. The closest I’ve ever come to seeing anything similar were recent reports letting us know that some 73 years ago or there abouts a Japanese aircraft dropped incendiary bombs in the woods of Oregon, hoping to start a fire, the so called only attack on the Continental US. Maybe I ought to file a FOIA and find out if they have more detail on it.

    I have never understood the mentality of hiding this kind of information from all of us because we’d all supposedly panic.

    Frankly I’d rather know when they’re close to the shore or overhead, or living in the neighborhood so you know how to prepare and react should you encounter an enemy. How’d you like to be a Merchant Marine on a cargo ship unaware that you might encounter an enemy submarine 5 miles out of port instead of 500 miles. It makes a difference. If the FBI knows where ISIS cells are located in our neighborhoods, I’d rather know now than later.

  • [6] October 22, 2014 at 11:57am

    Shut off the camera and use the phone to call 911.

  • [3] October 22, 2014 at 11:48am

    And on the brighter side, I think the criminal’s T-Shirt says he’s “Proud to be an American”, which is at least one notch higher than the criminal we have as the POTUS.

    I can’t read the whole T-Shirt, so I could be wrong and maybe it says, “Proud to beat an American” which would be pretty much at the same notch-level as the criminal we call the POTUS.

  • [38] October 22, 2014 at 11:22am

    They’re going to need a whole new T-Shirt for this one, a hand reaching for Officer’s gun.

    I’m waiting to hear from the Loud-Mouthed-Never-Comment-Prematurely-POTUS and his idiot dog Eric about the overbearing police in Ferguson.

    Hey apologizing Police Chief! Shut your face! You ought to be apologizing to the man that you’re helping to crucify…and like another certain magistrate of old, no amount of hand washing in front of a chanting crowd threatening to riot is going to absolve you of your poor choices. Your officer is innocent, your victim is dead because he made many poor choices, just like you’re making now.

    Governor of Missouri – You’re no better than the aplogizing Police Chief. You should have come down hard on every one of the looters. You should have had arrested every imported thug who came to cause problems in your state. Shoulda, coulda woulda…you’re just not good at your job. You’re kissin’ the wrong behind. Most good people would not have wanted the young dead thug Brown roaming free in their neighborhood. How many more victims are quietly glad he is dead and buried, but who are afraid to come forward? You shut up a lot of good people Governor.

  • [2] October 21, 2014 at 8:47pm

    She should have simply gone to work for the NSA. Problem solved.

    Thanks Snowden for lettin’ us know.

  • [8] October 21, 2014 at 8:46pm

    “He Says Snowden Leaks Hurt U.S. Intelligence”

    I sure hope so, and hope it was a hard blow to the back of the skull.

  • October 21, 2014 at 7:16pm

    pugsly84 – It must be that the Kim-chee in N. Korea is really good.
    I think I’d even give South Korea a wide birth because it’s next to crazyland Asia.

  • October 21, 2014 at 6:54pm

    Are we sure that this was a Men’s magazine and not “O”?

  • [70] October 21, 2014 at 6:42pm

    Lose your CWP, Lose your license, she couldn’t comply with any Voter ID requirement laws.

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  • [1] October 21, 2014 at 6:35pm

    Wish I had a large bank balance to contribute to a guy like this so that he could either fight the HOA or buy his way into an election onto the board and change every last one of these stinking kinds of rules. I’d work towards passing state laws prohibiting HOA’s from incorporating or allowing similar flag rules into their governing docs.

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