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tcpubelle

Member Since: October 13, 2012

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  • [-1] April 28, 2016 at 4:28pm

    I think I have to agree with the students of color on this one.
    The Universities have been entirely beaten down and taken over by the world’s biggest biggots who are running them, liberals, and they are inclusive of black, white, and brown liberals but they all hate people of all colors.

    …and here’s another option they could have gone with for cheerleaders guidelines:
    https://woodturtle.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/sexy_burqa.jpg

  • [16] April 28, 2016 at 4:08pm

    I wonder what the students will do when they discover that Yale was established to train Congregationalist ministers in theology?

    AAAAGGGGHHHH!!!

  • [16] April 28, 2016 at 3:59pm

    To the Good people of New York’s 2nd District…throw this piece of trash out of office….
    …Then throw him into the East River….late at night….with those special shoes made out of cement.

  • [26] April 28, 2016 at 12:21pm

    Hey, here’s some free speech for you madame protester who believes interuption is a form of free speech.

    Someone needs to block your access to the feeding trough for a couple of months because you’re looking a little hefty there girl. And someone needs to find out who beat you with an ugly stick when you were a young child because….Ouch!! it hurts me to look at you when you’re not angry and it’s killing me to watch when you are. I feared for the lives of those who were within swinging distance of those arm flaps moving at high rates of speed. You could seriously take out an eye.

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  • [1] April 28, 2016 at 11:55am

    I thought that everyone flying from Orlando to New York was drunk.
    That may explain why they think they can vote in both state’s Primaries.

  • [10] April 28, 2016 at 11:48am

    I would visit Target periodically in a year’s time, most often if someone had a Target Gift card they’d given us or for Christmas or birthday shopping. It is not as close as some other choices but we thought it worth going the extra couple of miles to check their inventory.

    I really hate the thought now that if I am there with me wife, daughters, or young grand children, that they will have to be warned before using their restroom, and I definitely won’t be able to allow they young grandchildren to use their facilities unless an adult can accompany them.
    Target, you probably thought that you were doing the right thing, but let me be clear, your upper management is failing your customers miserably. You really don’t know who your clients are nor do you know how to win over all those who once used to be your customer base.

    I remember how excited we were as an early teen, going over to Target with my mother and Aunt and seeing these incredibly lower prices than we had paid in the other stores (pre-WalMart days). But I can assure you that if my mother or Aunt knew that you allowed men into the women’s restrooms where they or children might go, it would have been the last time we darkened the door. My values haven’t changed much from those days, so, I probably won’t be going there. If I get a Target gift card, I may re-gift it to some trans-gendered misfit….except I really don’t know any. I hope you have a lot of them in your customer base or it may be a long year.

  • [13] April 28, 2016 at 11:33am

    QUESTIONS:
    1. Is the blackmailer facing criminal charges?
    If he was looking for compensation for suffering he has endured because of this piece of garbage’s acts forced upon him as a young student, does their state allow for such torts that far past the event?
    2. Where does this piece of garbage get $3.5 million to pay out as blackmail?
    He was a TEACHER before he was elected to the House of Representatives, and unless they have been paying Teachers a whole lot more money than I think they are, where did all the cash come from?
    The salary for U.S. House of Reps is $174,000 per year, the Speaker of the House receives $223,500, and majority and minority leaders of the House each earn $193,400 per year.
    Serving in the House from 1981 to 2006 – 25 years equals $140,000 blackmail payments a year payment. While he did leave to go become a lobbyist, payments started back in the day when he was in House Leadership positions. In other words, corruption is what brought him sufficient funds to pay hush money.

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  • [147] April 28, 2016 at 11:10am

    We’ve had to work with a more miserable Son of a bitch, the former Speaker of the House. What a piece of work he was, and to think that we’re paying that SOBs pension, healthcare and who knows what else really galls me. I’d like to see us stop all of that garbage for former House and Senate members now and forever. Let them figure out how to pay for their retirement like the rest of us are after having nothing but 401K’s handed to us and watching them take a beating 3 times in the last 8 years.

    Johnny Barstool, you’re the most pathetic piece of garbage to come out of that Capital Building.

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  • [4] April 28, 2016 at 10:56am

    WHAT BERNIE?? Are you telling us that you are their employer don’t have unlimited amounts of money to pay workers who are not performing as expected. What the heck kind of worker’s paradise are you running over there Bernie?!!

  • [1] April 27, 2016 at 1:38pm

    Owned that sorry A’s behind.
    Walked him down the street on a leash, tied him to a garbage can, told ‘em to sit and beg for a Scoobie snack then gave ‘em an empty bag to lick.

  • [6] April 27, 2016 at 1:04pm

    This little moron managed to elude an international man hunt for several weeks…not buying the “follower moron” lawyer speak.
    I am, however, granting that if anyone believes the layer’s assessment that they have the intelligence of the ashes swept from the ashtray.

  • April 22, 2016 at 10:53am

    I wonder if they called Blue Stakes before they started digging?

  • [-1] April 22, 2016 at 10:50am

    Sean, its determined on a state by state basis
    You might be incorrect about who is experiencing confusion about the delegate process.
    That said, if you ever researched how your particular states came to adopt the process that they did, you’d find that the two major parties are the ones that desighed the current system, and it was for the purpose of retaining power advantages.

  • [262] April 14, 2016 at 2:09pm

    Time to lawyer up and suit the pants off everyone involved in this unlawful act. This is also a violation of Civil Rights law.

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  • [4] April 14, 2016 at 1:53pm

    steinydog – dittos

  • [92] April 14, 2016 at 12:40pm

    “Fellow White people: what will we do to change our legacy of violence and hatred?”

    Apparently the college education is being wasted on this jerk who is too big of an idiot to answer their own question….and for this buffoon’s-bigoted-view-of-the-world’s information, I don’t consider myself to be a “Fellow White” person. I am not sojourning through life singing the life’s song of a white man. That’s such a liberal way of seeing all people – in terms of race, color, socioeconomic status, political affiliation, gender identification, blah blah blah… What a lib fool, and I’m tired of suffering the fools.

    Would I hire this person to represent my company as an employee? Never. Good luck on your job hunting fat-head after you finally get your degree in LGBT racial entho-centric studies.

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  • [26] April 14, 2016 at 11:38am

    Numbers 22:28 – And the Lord opened the mouth of the azz…

  • [7] April 14, 2016 at 11:33am

    “I know a lot about Pennsylvania and it’s great,”

    Like in Philadelphia where they had 50+ precincts that had zero votes recorded for Romney. So from a Trump perspective, it’s nice to know that an election can be bought in PA.

  • [-5] April 14, 2016 at 9:48am

    This never should have gotten this far into the system, and were it not for idiotic media hype we’d never see something similar between two citizens going this far.

    I’m not a Trump fan, but am a Cruz supporter. My stance has remained consistent. Many Trumpsters, not all, seem to be saying that Cruz supporters’ ideas of justice are not grounded in the rule of law, but are politically directed. I can’t answer for all Cruz people, but as for me, that law should be applied equally across all of us.

  • [39] April 13, 2016 at 7:05pm

    Which of the two, Verizon or Bernie Sanders is more likely to have not paid a nickle in taxes?
    Correct, B.S. (Bernie Sanders).

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