User Profile: truthspeare


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  • [1] May 23, 2015 at 4:16am

    Eh, it is kind of their job, you know, the one they are giving away, that is not really theirs to dispose. All secret. wtf

  • May 23, 2015 at 3:42am

    Born Pilgrim
    Chased Around
    By the anti-free
    To slap me down

    So I wanna be
    A space pilgrim
    Plenty of space
    For the free

    I wanna be a space pilgrim
    I wanna be a pilgrim.
    I want to be free.

  • May 23, 2015 at 1:14am


    Let me take you on a trip to the 1880′s, when a man was born in the coal mining mountains. So circa 1935, after this man had taken his place in the hole of the black dust, he sired nine children. So blessed, the union thugs came in and warned him not to work at the mine again. Well, necessity required perseverance resulting in a union thug beating the man within an inch of his poor ass life and then they warned that the next time that he would be killed. Well, after the lengthy recovery period, and then with the use of some relative and a suspension bridge over the Tug River, and a rifle, the man made certain their would be no next time for him.

    Life sucked for him. He died from black lung after decades of servitude..

    What you say about him matters?

    No, I’m afraid not.

    I scarce say that what you say about anyone matters.

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  • [1] May 22, 2015 at 9:00pm

    So to the point. Our conclusion is to beware of those Presidential hopefuls who either promise cuts or who promise additions funded by higher taxes or national debt. For this will only lead to resignation of the people. Resigned to accepting their expected fate — a decreased standard of living, with less hope and liberty.
    Rather we posit that we should welcome the Presidential candidate who focuses on growth: jobs, wealth creation and wealth preservation. Cuts only preserve status quo and so do not solve the problem. Growth solves the problem. Our nation wants to be a winner, just like every other country. And since somebody has to be the winner, it might as well be us.

    We can have it all. The wealthy staying wealthy, the middleclass and the poor class becoming and staying wealthy whilst still not cutting the poor. Speedy, Johnny Mounds, and I acknowledge the infinite reasons why we can’t have it all, but we also know there are a few ways that we still can, thanks to those who died to keep the opportunity. So, Memorial Day upon us, we conclude that our nation needs a worthy woman or man enraptured by this vision to run for President of the United States for 2016. This is our time. What shall we do?

    On behalf of Speedy and Johnny Mounds, have a great holiday weekend, and we send each and every one of you best tidings, and we sincerely hope you find what you are looking for.

  • [1] May 22, 2015 at 8:58pm

    Our collective view finds a best future is one brought about by those who take a stand upon a wall that protects these liberties, without cutting services to the poor, without the reduction of the prime medical system to a second rate one, without repeatedly and increasingly demanding higher taxes from the successful, and without allegiance to a ballooning national debt. We feel that the foundation for the best of all possible future is one offering free economic growth without impinging on liberty, without cutting the poor.

    Is it possible that a great society should turn blind to the nature of deprecating and destructive cuts to promised and paid for benefits? The very thing that begins to pressure citizens to turn upon one another, that escalates the loss of income and wealth potential which gives everybody hope? The very thing that forces the free to bow to a second rate brand of life and freedom? Can a great society ignore politicians who position themselves for a huge pay as they shepherd in the decline of such great society? Who can forget history that the fall of great empires and the accompanying enrichment that benefits the wrecking ball powerful politicians the most?

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  • [1] May 22, 2015 at 8:57pm

    So this is the way it now is.

    And what of the future?

    Consider the following. Just as important as it is a non-sequitur to the main story. But we needed to put it somewhere.

    On the eve of Memorial Day, let us turn fond thoughts to those who sacrificed all so that we might have everything. Then let us so honor the fallen by turning to the expanding collective conscious directing the 2016 Presidential election. And in so doing, let us make all these past, selfless in nature, prologue for the future. For after all, what precedence warrants greater gratitude in sympathetic succession?

    Johnny Mounds, Speed Pettigrew and I have all debated the future of America in multiple varieties of divergence. But we agreed on the main, the location of the sweet spot, the place where all have the chance to achieve what they want – to achieve happiness and freedom — the liberty of the basics: the right to thought, to religion or to no religion, to privacy, to security, to be who you are, to dream an unencumbered path to be where you want to be.

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  • May 20, 2015 at 7:41pm

    Well SkyDave, through no choice of my own, I was born lily white, and yet, I find myself beset by countless bigots who detest me because of it. Go ahead and hate me man if you wish. But this will not make me hate you. I think you have enough of it already. Free your mind man. Everybody ain’t the same.

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  • May 20, 2015 at 7:36pm

    At least 1, I have done it twice myself, when I was poor. Once in the driving rain. The jack and spare were there for a reason.

    So that you might appreciate the full gravity, once was on the shoulder of the beltway circling D.C. That sucked, but so does being poor. If you get clipped, you probably die. Which would be soooo saaad. But what else was I to do? Money makes this world go around, and at those moments, I had the bite of being fresh out of it.

    Later days, I called a tow truck. Then being flush. But that is life. Again, being poor sucks, so you change its stain if you can, and you have a lick of sense.

  • [3] May 20, 2015 at 7:25pm

    This is the America that I grew up in. The current generation of the few race baiting bigots is one cultivated by anecdotal hype and deception — for you see, these baiting ilk cannot make a dime off the typical, so it bores them, they ignore it, and such ignorance is the point, where the profit is made, the point of all of it. Pathetic.

  • May 20, 2015 at 4:50am

    Ok, things are out of control. Johnny, fresh from his return from Guerrero, Mexico, insists that I answer the question as to the difference between a medicine and a drug? My immediate thoughts amounted to the conclusion that both are one in the same, except there is a war on one and not the other.
    Johnny then asks, what is the difference between marijuana and qualudes? My quick answer had to be that one was natural, the other made by pharmaceuticals.
    Johnny finally asks, what is the difference between thc oil and marijuana. My thoughts immediately turned to the conclusion that one is made by pharmaceuticals and there is a war on the other.
    Johnny replied, “T, you understand medicine.”
    Moral of the story. You cannot grow drugs, you must buy medicine.
    “F..k me,” I jibed. And then I queried the unmistakable, “is not this obvious?”

  • May 20, 2015 at 4:14am

    I must confess, I know that I was not constituted for this world. Perhaps, I must have been purposed for like a fantasy land, like a Neverland — like a place fit for Peter Pan and all. I fail to understand the need for not grouping together, but I do hope for better. You place trust in others, and…then yet again, you place trust in others and…then you conclude that you are not constituted for this world. For “us,” “we,” does not really count in this one, not when it comes down to it.

    Except for Johnny Mounds or Speedy. They are constant.

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  • May 20, 2015 at 3:53am

    Divisiveness leads to this. People are being trained to turn on one another. Whether it is by religion, race, ethnicity, gender or age. Funny, the people claiming to champion these precepts are the very ones encouraging the divisiveness, and its constant mistresses…distrust, abuse, bigotry, murders, petty hatreds, and complete and utter ignorance, one that ignores the source of the ******* problem, which is the ******* point of the divisiveness.

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  • May 20, 2015 at 3:43am

    The odd response totally misses the point. Well, I hope the answer is not the point, for sake of modesty and more.

  • [2] May 20, 2015 at 3:22am

    Oh the Benghazi committee hearings. Nothing will come of it. No justice for the victims. But the make-up is most sublime….. and….. we cannot forget the puppets. And the rest? To the ridiculous. Some people in Congress have conservative tourette’s syndrome. Silly, the whole notion. Might as well go Kabuki Theater.

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  • May 20, 2015 at 3:09am

    Well, I agree in part. But I must diverge in what I perceive to be a poignant prefect — that the so called “commies” are the most rank capitalist to have walked ever salted the Earth.

    Just look at them.

    Converting their powerful government positions in such grand amounts that generations of their kind will never have a legitimate job.

    Simply said, in the name of the poor, they make themselves unfathomably wealthy, the epitome of capitalism. They treat the poor like prostitutes, and they get them more ****** by the day. Pathetic.

  • [1] May 20, 2015 at 2:57am

    Monk, I could not agree more. But I do swear, God as my witness, that if the Republicans nominate the ultra-wish rich kid who pretends to be down with the people, I will vote for the most phony.

  • [1] May 20, 2015 at 2:51am

    Ty Woods, Glen Doherty, Chris Stevens, and also the other sacrificed patriots, it is the time, now…yesterday…and tomorrow, that all good souls recognize that sacred principle, that they, like each of us, now…yesterday…and tomorrow, make all the difference in the world, always, everyone… EVERYONE!!!

  • May 18, 2015 at 12:49am

    Illness, children, and wedding photos of daughters are the hobgoblins to those facing typical failure, clinching to excuses. But there is no excuse, except the main. And that is the point.

    So wldbil82, I could not agree more.

  • [-2] May 18, 2015 at 12:33am

    Anything but to the point. Bull*****! El toro poopay! The dude can’t remember what he did. Maybe he put the pedal to the metal? What if he was on his ass and cannot remember? Now that is something I can believe.
    His friends are as absurd as they are loyal. Come on, come on, come on, he can’t remember what he did. He was ******* off, that is what he was doing. You wait and see. He was ******* off.

  • May 18, 2015 at 12:25am

    Or is such a blessing? If so, well kiss my ass and turn around twice. I can’t help it. I love defending the helpless.

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