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Topcat

Member Since: September 01, 2010

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  • April 23, 2014 at 6:31pm

    I give this man credit for his charitable actions , and I dont care what his religion . I am certainly not pro terrorist anything , and will fight to the end to remove any radical Muslim from within our borders , and out of our government .

  • April 23, 2014 at 6:04pm

    Not all Muslims are terrorists , judge the man by his character and give him , his due credit for his charitable actions .

  • April 22, 2014 at 1:51pm

    Since the words “Political Action” have not been defined , and if this loss of status is permitted to stand , every Tea Party group who is 501C3 will lose its status under the same assumed definition . Any one who speaks out against the government will be classified as “Political Action” and Progressive , Liberal organizations who are only speaking in defense of the government , will not be classified as “Political Action” because they are only defending what already exists . You know I believe this attack will work , and will not be defeated in the courts . It is something every 501C3 TParty organization better work on solving or they will lose their tax exempt funding .

  • April 18, 2014 at 5:59pm

    As a senior collecting back what I contributed to , my entire 50 years of working at 14% of my salary , I would like to clarify the rhetoric coming out of Washington for the young people that dont understand . We seniors are not on welfare , SS is not a handout , we can only receive back what we contributed , and contribution was mandatory . I could have been a millionaire investing the same money privately . SS was set up as a trust , handled by the Fed , and separate from the governments spending and budget , but that much money laying around was too much temptation for Presidents of both parties not to borrow , remember Clintons balanced budget for three years ?
    As of the end of calendar year 2010, the accumulated surplus in the Social Security Trust Fund stood at just over $2.6 trillion enough projected to last till 2033 without modification.
    “Income including interest to the combined OASDI Trust Funds amounted to $805 billion in 2011. ($564 billion in net contributions, $24 billion from taxation of benefits, $114 billion in interest, and $103 billion in reimbursements from the General Fund of the Treasury .Total expenditures from the combined Trust Funds amounted to $736 billion in 2011, so after all of SS payouts in 2011, $69 Billion was left in surplus . It is not seniors fault that both parties , removed the SS Trust cash surplus , and replaced them with IOUs , and we are not responsible for them , now having to pay those bonds out of general spending .

  • April 15, 2014 at 8:10pm

    Thats the most ridicules statement I have ever heard , all of the school and theater shooters were left leaning Democrat voters , and black gang and mob Obama supporters are in the news every day for killings . I guess they either dont count or are now Right wing crazies , maybe we should ask them which side they are on .

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  • April 14, 2014 at 8:31pm

    Another guy doing the same thing , check YouTube there are lots of people doing this act ..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dTNwyMmrRcAdd your comments

  • April 13, 2014 at 4:27pm

    Sometimes you reap what you sow !

  • April 8, 2014 at 2:29pm

    I think Reids actions and statements are not bothersome to the Koch brothers but are an insult to Conservative Americans and TeaParty people who have sacrificed their hard earned money and time to defeat politicians such as Reid . We need to flood his and other Democrats Social media sites with a message from the people ! Its the people who are going to defeat a huge amount of Democrats in November , with or without the Koch brothers . Its their record and policies we the people are voting against , and we are not listening to the panicking politicians lies . Remember if you dont watch the Democrats ads and do your own research , vote your choice , all the money in the world spent on lies and negative ads will be wasted.
    Spread the word , shut off all political ads , and vote your informed choice.

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  • March 30, 2014 at 12:55pm

    @Nogs28
    And here with Pentatonix
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eh-72yBP7sw

  • March 30, 2014 at 12:35pm

    If you watch the dark purple dots , the mid Atlantic states New York, New Jersey , and Pennsylvania , you will see the majority of wrong answers come from those states . They are Progressive run , and have some of the highest taxes in the country , much of them for the school system , and the highest paid teachers in the country . What is wrong with that picture ..

  • March 22, 2014 at 3:04pm

    I think you are mistaken , as the only civilian allowed to wear a uniform , is an actor in a movie , as long as he doesnt discredit the branch of military , and that doesnt include our present day Rappers unless they are veterans . The statutes are here FEDERAL LAW (10 USC Subtitle A, Part II, Chapter 45, Sections 771 & 772) for a civilian to wear a military uniform. Google them ….

  • March 22, 2014 at 2:41pm

    Dannytheman , you are exactly correct , people who did not serve will never completely understand …
    I am not sure he was in college or just on the campus . A person his age (22?) sporting E8 rank is obviously a fake , so these veterans new exactly what they were saying and why , hopefully he learned his lesson . We dont need anymore John Kerrys , hero impersonators , in this world ..

  • March 22, 2014 at 1:46pm

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  • March 19, 2014 at 7:16pm

    After the quote at the end of the article , and knowing he has a seat at MSNBC , I cant figure out why he may not be welcome at Mc Connells party , can you ?

  • March 18, 2014 at 4:00am

    Has anybody bothered to find out just who it was that Obama put sanctions on in Russia ? A Senior White House adviser has commented on Obamas picks , below ….
    Would seem to me Putin most certainly had something to do with the selections , its no secret Putin has many enemies in the Russian government left over from the USSR. Was this the plan discussed on the open mic ?
    * Sergey Glazyev reportedly mounted a presidential campaign against Putin in 2004 and has been excluded from the inner workings of the Russian government since.
    * Vladislav Surkov, reportedly resigned from the Putin regime last year following accusations that he would not enforce the Russian president’s policies.
    * Deputy Prime Minister Dmitiry Rogozin, is reportedly being blamed for bungling Russia’s advancement in the region by backing recently ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. By defying Putin’s wishes, the source claims, Rogozin has been ostracized by Russian leadership.
    * According to the White House source, Leonid Slutsky and Valentina Matviyenko both held positions of power in Russia until they fell out of favor with Putin.
    * Andrei Klishas is reportedly feuding with a Putin ally.
    * Yelena Mizulina, likely made it on the list due to her anti-gay policy positions rather than any connection to Ukraine policy.

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  • March 10, 2014 at 12:49pm

    I buy many things on Amazon , of all categories . I am not a prime customer , as most listings offer free shipping anyway , so I wasnt aware of the price difference , this is good to know . I do have another comment , that maybe others have not noticed … When you look up an item the supplier with the cheapest listing is the one quoted , and the others are listed from cheapest to most expensive on the side . If the cheapest supplier runs out of inventory , the next cheapest supplier moves to the top and is now quoted with a higher price. So as a possible example and it has happened to me , if you like the price today and dont place the order till two days from now the price could be higher … I like dealing with Amazon , they have always bent over backwards to do right by me , even at their own cost , and their customer service has always been first class . I have been a customer for many years .

  • February 22, 2014 at 6:48pm

    I believe a company has an obligation to provide a safe work environment for its employees . We have a system in this country to check up and make sure that is enforced , I will agree that system could use some oversite itself .
    Other than that I believe a company has the right to hire who he wants , for any reasons he wants , and for the salary he wants , its upto the employee to negotiate , his case , why he deserves more . If the companies policy prevents them from hiring the people they want , they will change their policy . I also believe that business owners dealing with the public , have the right to refuse serving anyone they please for whatever reason they have . The refused person can always take their business elsewhere , and talk about their experience with others. If enough others feel this business policy is wrong then , this business owner has hurt his own livelihood , and will change his policies . This is the way it has always been , there is no need to bring courts and government into private companies , and their operation . These acts of government must be stopped .

  • February 22, 2014 at 3:04pm

    You are correct it does not include employers . However an employer has the right to determine whether you work in their company or not . If you signed an agreement , not to carry , then that is binding . That is a contract between you and the employer , and has nothing to do with the 2a . You have the choice at that time to enter the contract or continuing to look for another job . I am sure banks have such a contract .

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  • February 22, 2014 at 2:18pm

    I find that an odd selection by the Blaze for this article . However it is a stock picture for news or advertising use , you would need to pass your complaints to these people … (Image source: Shutterstock)

  • February 22, 2014 at 2:06pm

    If you look at this question without making a quick judgement , this is a serious dilemma for gun rights supporters , which I am . 10 years ago my answer would have been quite different than my answer today , I would have voted for no guns in the worlplace , hands down . Today however with the government constant push to divide the country into waring groups and our current economic collapse , the country is in a far more dangerous place , than it was then. Today I believe that conceal carry , means just that , if you declare many places off limits then what is the reason for a carry permit . What good is having the weapon if you dont have it on you , when you need it , and that time could be any place or time. Suppose their was an instance of workplace violence , the people in the company might think differently if someone was armed and saved their lives. Having said that , in agreence with some above , if you sign an agreement not to carry in your place of business then you must abide by that agreement , if not , then it should be legal . That puts the gun owner in the tough position , of job versus rights , and safety , a decision only that person can make . 10 years ago the country was a far safer place , people didnt feel the need to own a firearm , today that is different , and I blame this Progressive government for putting our citizens in this position . The only ones afraid of all citizens being armed are the criminals and the politicians .

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