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Tigress1

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  • October 22, 2014 at 7:38pm

    Fantastic! I’m so happy for her and her family and friends! :)

  • [2] October 22, 2014 at 7:17pm

    My condolences to the Canadian people.

    Yesterday, The Blaze had a story about a Muslim man who stated that “anti-Muslim sentiments are at an all time high.” Well DUH! What do they expect? Muslims are determined to make themselves the most hated group in the entire WORLD.

  • October 22, 2014 at 10:30am

    Another thing: If the government doesn’t follow these rules (Congress doesn’t enforce it) then the next year the taxpayers get a reduction in the amount of taxes they have to pay.

  • October 22, 2014 at 10:24am

    This is why the TEA Party originated. (Taxed Enough Already)

    I’m sick of all this waste and nothing is ever done about it. I’m sick of seeing my husband write checks to the Treasury knowing full well that he may as well be flushing the money down the toilet. We have family members who just had their rented house burn down and they lost everything and had no insurance. We have other family members who are dirt poor and are too proud to go on welfare. I would love to give them the money that the gov. is going to waste. I’d love to give that money to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. I’d love to make improvements on my own home.

    Since our gov. isn’t planning on doing anything about this disgrace, maybe we need to come up with a plan for them? Isn’t it time we came up with some regulations for the government to follow????

    Here’s my ideas. Feel free to improve/add to it:
    Congress makes the budget, but once the money has been redistributed they seem to have no control anymore. Therefore, when waste is discovered in a particular department or institution, the person who approved of the project gets FIRED immediately. The following year that department gets a cut from its allotted money equal to the amount it wasted. If it happens again, the budget gets cut twice that amount, and so on. Eventually, they SHOULD learn not to waste money.

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  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 9:41am

    You would think that for $387 MILLION they could have studied more than simply the recovery time from exercise after massages. Couldn’t they have at least included a study on the effects of the person giving the massage to the warm, fuzzy bunnies? How about the effect on taxpayers morale when they hear about stupid studies that waste their money? How about the effect on taxpayers morale when they hear about these stupid studies EVERY SINGLE YEAR and absolutely NOTHING is done about the problem??????

    Glenn just said that the bunnies were euthanized when the study was completed.
    Moral of the Story: NEVER trust the government when they are trying to make you feel better by giving you freebies and trying to make you relax. They will kill you in the end.

  • [5] October 21, 2014 at 5:32pm

    Yeah, CNN did lie about Occupy Wall Street. CNN praised them and thought they were wonderful!
    Wow. If they hate CNN so much, imagine what they say to the Fox News reporters when the cameras aren’t rolling.

  • [12] October 21, 2014 at 10:34am

    “Anti-Muslim sentiment is at an all time high due to the media…”
    WHAT???
    All the media says is P.C. crapola that never hesitates to say “ALL Muslims are not radical.”
    If this guy is worried about anti-Muslim sentiment, then maybe he needs to reflect a little about what happened on 9-11-01. First impressions count, and many Americans (myself included) had very limited experience with actual Muslims other than what has been portrayed in Hollywood which gave them a mysterious/magical quality. Unfortunately, Muslims have done very little to try to eliminate that first impression created by 9-11. They continue to isolate themselves, and the women continue to hide behind their clothing which is meant to keep people at a distance in a form of intimidation. Their “anti-Muslim sentiment” has been EARNED and it appears to be what they want.

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  • [23] October 21, 2014 at 10:10am

    He uses the word “individualism” like it’s a bad thing. If God wanted everyone to be the same, then why did God make us all so different?

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  • [3] October 21, 2014 at 9:55am

    LOL! A remark that doesn’t make it into the speech can garner just as many jokes as if it actually was spoken in the speech because it was just toooooo easy. Here’s mine: Of course Obama had a pile of unpaid bills on his desk! He has no intention of paying ANY bills, whether they are his bills or the nations. All he knows how to do is spend, spend, spend.
    OK. Not funny, but I tried. :)

  • [2] October 21, 2014 at 9:49am

    It makes sense that the skin hurts too. Ebola affects the organs in the body, and the skin is the largest organ.

  • October 21, 2014 at 9:42am

    Same here.

  • [7] October 19, 2014 at 2:23pm

    49Panhead, Isn’t it interesting that Ellis Island is part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument? Ellis Island was once used to quarantine new immigrants!

    http://www.federalobserver.com/2011/10/22/immigrants-were-quarantined-at-ellis-island-until-screened-for-good-health-and-morals/

  • [2] October 19, 2014 at 1:20pm

    On the bright side, Mexico wouldn’t allow a cruise ship with a potential Ebola victim on board to dock in its harbor. At the rate things are going, the U.S. will become infested with Ebola before Mexico; and all the illegals will flee back to Mexico! Amnesty will become null and void. :)

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  • [23] October 19, 2014 at 1:05pm

    It’s been my opinion that Ted Cruz is an honest, patriotic man who has the nations’ best interests at heart. He loves this country and wants it to thrive. He is skillful at expressing basic common sense.
    Obama, on the other hand is the antithesis of Ted Cruz in all areas and the use of common sense. Obama has never done one single thing correctly since he took office. What he thinks is common sense is gobboldygook and a whole lot of nothing. What are the odds of someone being 100% wrong 100% of the time? I have no idea, but when people state that Obama is so “intelligent” then methinks his mistakes are deliberate. Unfortunately, Ebola gives no room for error.

  • [3] October 19, 2014 at 12:35pm

    Cameron 1745, anything is possible when you keep in mind the practice of “Taqiyya” (AKA “lying”). When you consider Obama’s words “”I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction…”, and how Obama never stands in defense of this country, it is easy to understand how this could appear to some that we are being set up. It’s all too perfect and convenient. WWMD? (What Would a Muslim Do?) Answer: Exactly what is being done!

  • [7] October 19, 2014 at 11:42am

    Thank you for bringing this up. Something also that is not mentioned are the demographics (particularly religion) of the Ebola infested areas, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea.

    Sierra Leone:

    Muslim 60%
    Christian 30%
    Indigenous beliefs 10%

    Liberia: Christian 85.5%
    Muslim 12.2% (mostly Sunni)
    Indigenous beliefs 0.5%

    Guinea: Muslim 85%
    Christian 10%
    Indigenous 5%

    Source: Wikipedia

    With the exception of Liberia, these are predominantly Muslim countries (don’t forget that ISIS is Sunni). Now consider that we are sending our military (unarmed I believe) into these regions. Does anyone really think that these Muslims love our military? Does anyone think its even remotely a possibility that some of these Muslims might want to spread Ebola to them?????

  • [7] October 19, 2014 at 11:25am

    The position of the “Ebola Czar” is to redistribute our money. The guy heading it was in charge of the “American Recovery and Investment Act” (the “Stimulus”) and he took millions and millions of dollars from us and then it vanished into thin air. We will see the same thing happen regarding Ebola. Money won’t go where it is supposed to, there will be no accountability, and money will simply get “lost”. Having the “Hanging Chad” attorney in charge of a serious situation is beyond irresponsible. This position is purely about $$$$, not protection of our health/country.

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  • October 19, 2014 at 10:56am

    If the gov. is not being dishonest about Ebola, then they are as stupid as Hogan’s goat. This morning on Meet the Press, Ron Blunt (R – Missouri) stated that when we brought the first doctor with Ebola back to the U.S. there wasn’t a SINGLE COMPLAINT from people because they thought it was going to handled properly. WHERE on earth was he? I remember writing here (along with others here on The Blaze) something to the effect that “All humans make mistakes. It’s only a matter of time before the hospital staff makes a mistake and catches the disease and it spreads.” Approximately 2 months later this inevitability has happened – with 2 nurses.

    EVIDENCE OF COMPLAINTS – see comments section (article dated August 4, 2014):

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/08/04/should-we-be-bringing-ebola-patients-into-the-united-states/

    In reply to the contribution Is Our Government Being Honest About Ebola?

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  • [43] October 19, 2014 at 10:32am

    Mexico refuses to dock a ship in its port, but we are supposed to allow planes from Ebola ridden- countries carrying 100 – 150 PER DAY enter our country! That’s 365,000 people per year that we are exposing ourselves to! What could possibly go wrong? Hey everybody! Come on in!

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  • [1] October 17, 2014 at 6:01pm

    What about sweat? That’s a bodily fluid. Can you catch it from working out in a gym?
    What about if the person with Ebola picks his nose and then puts his hand on a doorknob and you touch the doorknob and then eat something, or scratch your own nose or itch your eye?

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