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the blazer

Member Since: September 03, 2010

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  • April 14, 2014 at 2:16pm

    Superintendent Niles:

    The larger point is that what YOU PUBLIC SERVANTS do is antagonistic, arrogant, outside your proper duties of office, and JUST PLAIN UGLY to many in the public while you turn a deaf ear to civil pleadings by otherwise civil individuals who are fed-up.

    Did you give sugary ice cream to diabetic students?

    Did you give ice cream with artificial sweetener to students whose parents don’t want their children to consume chemicals?

    Did you give sugary ice cream to students whose doctors and dentists have advised against eating sugar?

    Did the students’ parents give their permission for you to defy Michelle Obama’s mandate to desist from offering sugary snacks at school, or do you have a more authoritarian power than Ms. Obama does?

    It is outrageous for you to believe that student-testing requires sweet treats in the first place. It’s the stupid, progressive notion that every breath drawn deserves an award except for those with whom you disagree

  • April 7, 2014 at 5:34pm

    Once again, progressives can’t offer evidence; so they use mind-reading, innuendo, interpretation, anything for which there is no proof one way or the other.

    Otherwise, they would offer evidence of Hayden’s hostility toward his mother, wife, sister, aunt, daughter, neighbor, … many, many, persons of the female gender.

    Every progressive knows that non-progressives hate their female family members and have no female friends or coworkers whom they can respect – not.

  • March 25, 2014 at 11:22pm

    oops … “Know-it-all Jeb and his pals should tend to their own affairs.”

  • March 25, 2014 at 11:20pm


    I would say Jeb doesn’t have good listening or reasoning skills, since he clearly doesn’t understand what parents say.

    This guy didn’t keep track of a very small, vulnerable girl named RILYA WILSON without parents to speak for her and who got lost on his watch as Governor when his family services failed to do their job. Rilya has never been found, but the woman charged with her care and claimed to be Rilya’s grandmother got paid, as did Jeb and Jeb’s social worker. What kind of education did little Rilya get, I wonder. Do we want Jeb making more decisions about our children?

    Bush can’t win this argument, so he does what progressives do. He mischaracterizes his opposition by speaking for them as if his opposition has not already spoken for themselves.

    I, for one, do not think my education is obsolete as proponents of CC claim. No one else has to take responsibility for my life. I obey laws in so far as I am able to understand millions of them. I interfere with no one else’s rights.

    I also understand how our republic is designed to work and why. I understand the Constitution and REPRESENTATION OF INDIVIDUALS WHO GOVERN THEMSELVES. THIS IS THE EDUCATION JEB DOES NOT WANT FOR OUR CHILDREN.

    Know-it-all Jeb and his pals should tend to his own affairs.

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  • March 23, 2014 at 3:20pm

    Common Core education is in her future, along with more corruption. Here’s how things work in America.

    Michelle Malkin explains:

  • March 21, 2014 at 5:55pm

    TheBlaze just HAS to post a link to a call-in segment on the Rush Limbaugh Radio Show today made by a black woman who is a proud American and understands individual responsibility. She is smarter than all the progressives put together and stands up for what she believes in.

    Transcript found here:

  • March 20, 2014 at 7:26pm

    If you don’t understand what government politicians and bureaucrats have allowed to be done to the food supply, you don’t understand the corruption of public-private partnership, and you won’t understand autoimmune disease.

  • February 27, 2014 at 11:29pm

    Jarrett referred to the POTUS wife as having taken office. To quote Jarrett on Mrs. Obama: “since she took office”. Anybody know what office Mrs. Obama “took”?

  • January 4, 2014 at 5:27pm

    If this is the only thing she is willing to apologize for, she still has a long way to go before growing up.

  • December 31, 2013 at 10:02pm

    “Fast and Furious INVESTIGATION”? FAST AND FURIOUS SCANDAL being “investigated” by the scoundrels.

  • December 30, 2013 at 3:39am

    Don’t know anything about Roberts or if she is an activist, just her diagnosis when it also went public. I wish her good health.

    Didn’t read the article, just the headline. Who cares? What am I supposed to do about it?

    Gay activists claim they want to be treated just like everyone else until they want attention for being gay.

    I don’t get it.

    I don’t care to know who’s gay.

  • December 23, 2013 at 12:22am

    When will all Black women stand up against the “Black female stereotype” used in advertising on broadcast TV every day? For example, the Black wife who shows up to ask “Flo” if she is responsible for selling insurance to the Black husband? The stereotype appears in almost every TV show where Black actresses are on screen. Some Black female “comics” do the same thing. It’s offensive to subject the viewing public to commercialization of “a type of Black female” as if they all look alike and talk the same way and can’t find an identity of their own. Why not use a professional Black female characterization once in a while, or do advertisers think no highly educated, well-traveled, upper-income, professionally-dressed Black women buy their products? Lefties always reveal their true purpose without meaning to do it. Not all Black professionals are lefties. Lefties don’t want non-stereotypical Black women to be seen too often. Lefties invented the stereotype for a reason. Bring back Clair Huxtable once in a while.

  • December 19, 2013 at 4:31pm

    Are the Muslims allowed to display religious belief outside the chapel? Can a Christian cross be worn outside the chapel? Can a Christian cross be worn visibly while in Navy uniform outside the chapel?

  • December 18, 2013 at 9:58pm

    The states will ask Congress to do its “ministerial” duty and declare the date. How long do you suppose that will take? What decade with they get around to it?

  • December 17, 2013 at 4:28pm

    And “social” justice for all. Equal treatment for those who pay taxes and those who don’t.

  • December 17, 2013 at 2:25pm

    So how long has it been in the law? Who wrote the law? Who read the law? Who voted for it? How long have they known about it if not from date of passage? Why didn’t they know about it when passed? Why didn’t the politicians prevent it? Why didn’t the politicians stop it before now? What about all the other fraud and waste? Whose pension will have to be in jeopardy for those to be “fixed”?

    They are louses playing an evil game called politics. We are nothing to government office holders. They only represent themselves while defrauding the public into ignorance and silence with bread and circuses, gerrymandering their way into prosperity and permanence on the federal retirement dole.

  • December 14, 2013 at 1:46pm

    state run? state licensed? no state oversight. plan for chaos.

    Who cares, it just our future generation learning how to brawl. Their turn will come when they get on state school buses.

    It’s the state that needs investigating.

  • December 2, 2013 at 11:28am

    Mr. Todd, another racist? Maybe he should call Winfrey and confess.

  • December 1, 2013 at 5:55pm

    No “thin veil” for Rep. Fudge and her colleagues. LOUD and CLEAR, they want the continued voter fraud that gerrymanders election returns for progressives.

    Does Fudge know that the obamacare website will register anyone who asks? Free computers are plentiful among those in need. Why not use them to register? Maybe Fudge is worried because the website can’t do its sneaky, selective job efficiently.

    Why doesn’t Fudge stop discriminating in favor of African Americans and put together a program to get EVERYONE registered who can’t do it on his own?

    Those who are receiving all of life’s necessities, including a driver’s license, can get themselves to a friendly government office to register – or wherever they now go at the benefaction of the taxpayer to get food, medical care, attend school, get tested for a driver’s license… if they are not homebound. Do they not owe some responsible effort to their county for all that is given them? Those who are homebound with no computer should be visited in order to be registered. It’s far less work than a census and far more important now.

    The African American voter is in competition with the illegal voter just as they are for jobs and healthcare. If Fudge gets her way, Mickey Mouse and his friends will continue to vote in duplicate in every state for her and her colleagues whose purpose is to make life-time Mouseketeers of us all.

  • November 26, 2013 at 11:16pm

    “… within 60 days of a general election and within 30 days of a general election …” ??? primary maybe?

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