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txs_sxs

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  • [3] October 21, 2014 at 1:02pm

    While I was driving into work today here in the San Francisco Bay Area, I was listening to KSFO (a conservative talk radio station out of San Francisco). A gentleman called in saying that he is friends with a nurse at a local hospital. Apparently, a couple of days ago, and man from a West African nation who lives in the U.S. but recently visited his home country, visited the emergency room with Ebola-like symptoms. The hospital personnel didn’t know what to do, so the CDC was called. The CDC told the hospital to send the man home since he didn’t visit a country known for the Ebola outbreak. Seriously? How does the hospital or the CDC know this man was telling the truth about where he was in West Africa? Why not do a test to alleviate the possibility of Ebola? If the caller was telling the truth, this is probably happening all over the country.

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  • October 20, 2014 at 4:08pm

    I suppose it was naive of me, but up until recently, I thought the CDC would have a handle on Ebola. After all, Ebola is not new. Lesson learned, I guess. I just really thought smart people worked at the CDC – not government lackeys. After all, didn’t the Atlanta CDC figure out why the dead are walking? Oh yea, that’s a TV show, isn’t it?

  • [7] October 19, 2014 at 5:36pm

    Please stop giving this windbag any publicity. He and his friends, like Bill Maher, Madonna, and Gweneth Paltrow, are sad beings trying to gain publicity to boost their sagging careers. It is pathetic, truly pathetic. After all, anyone who makes a movie slamming capitalism using capitalism to fund it and pocketing all the profit (just like any capitalist would do) is not worth listening to.

  • [3] October 19, 2014 at 1:08am

    You know that we on the right could use Ebola to our advantage (BTW, this is not my idea – I’ve heard it from other conservatives in my area). If you start coughing and/or sneezing, grab the nearest liberal and cough and/or sneeze over him/her. Also be sure to touch him/her. Okay, the odds are that you don’t have Ebola, but watching that liberal possibly freak out will be worth it. Feeling guilty about doing this? Don’t. The liberals should feel honored to experience the fruit of what they have asked for and, bonus, they may just get to experience that “wonderful” Obamacare firsthand.

  • [2] October 19, 2014 at 12:56am

    What do you expect from a group of people who can’t figure out the difference between the words “to” and “from?” I didn’t want to really believe the Obama Administration is doing this all on purpose, but with the “Ebola Czar” that was appointed, it would seem that it is. Nobody can be this ignorant and still exist. There is something afoot with this Ebola situation.

  • [5] October 16, 2014 at 3:52pm

    Thank you, Glenn, for that demonstration. I had no idea how difficult it is to get out of hazmat gear without being exposed. I’m glad now that I never became a nurse.

    The demonstration was funny but also scary. The funniest part was the attempt at using the sling shot. Thank you, Stu, for giving up and just flinging the spaghetti at Glenn. That was priceless.

  • [3] October 16, 2014 at 3:41pm

    A lot of people – including Glenn Beck – have compared the Obama Administration’s (and specifically the CDC’s) handling of this Ebola fiasco to the Keystone Cops. I say, please don’t insult the Keystone Cops. They were far more competent.

    May God help all those involved.

  • [2] October 15, 2014 at 11:59pm

    I suppose the irony of this is totally lost on the college campus communists. It’s kinda nice, though, to know the communists are so polite. I wonder how much longer that will last?

    Every inch located within the boundaries of the United States of America is a free speech zone. That includes college campuses. Don’t like it, then change the Constitution. But that takes effort, and no one has ever accused a communist of working hard.

  • [1] October 14, 2014 at 4:18pm

    “Good” to know that the truly stupid live outside of the U.S. as well as inside. How does anyone with a brain miss a 3-inch anything living inside his/her nose?

  • October 13, 2014 at 4:04pm

    Okay, some people say there is no God. Are they right? Maybe or maybe not (I think not). Truth is that no one knows for 100% sure until we die.

    Now, unless you admit to being a figment of another’s imagination, you exist. How is it that you exist? Logic assumes that you weren’t cobbled out of cream cheese by the Kebler Elves. So, how did you get here? To date, God is the best explanation. If you disagree, then explain how your butt ended up on plant Earth or admit that it is at least possible God exists. After all, which is more looney: to believe in a superior being that created us and put us here for a purpose or to believe that we just popped into existence out of nothing and life has absolutely no meaning whatsoever?

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  • [6] October 12, 2014 at 1:07am

    Why would any airline have this coat hanging policy for any passenger wherever he or she may be seated? People pay plenty for their tickets and have to face the indignity of the TSA in order to board the plane. A coat hanging request should not be out of line for anyone, especially anyone of our brave soldiers.

  • [1] October 10, 2014 at 5:48pm

    Watch the musical “Hairspray.” She played the main character’s best friend. Beyond that movie, I have no idea of her other work. It looks like she is another Hollywood loon, though.

  • [3] October 10, 2014 at 5:41pm

    It seems to me that this woman – just like the woman who announced her suicide – is just trying to get attention. I know from experience that if you want to kill yourself, you just do it – you don’t announce it prior. I’ve not had any experience with abortion (thank God), but it wouldn’t be that hard to imagine the same attitude applies. No, this woman and the suicide woman want help to stop them from committing acts from which there is no return. I pray the people in their lives take heed to their pleades and help them.

  • [1] October 9, 2014 at 4:01pm

    Very cool. I’m like Matthew. I wonder how many trolls found out they’re like Judas?

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  • [2] October 9, 2014 at 3:40pm

    Seriously, is anyone surprised the Obama Administration lied? I know I’m not. Now, if they actually tell the truth, then I’ll be surprised.

    Considering what Das Fuerer and his ilk has gotten away with so far, this is nothing.

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  • October 8, 2014 at 4:18pm

    Let me say that no one should be angry with this guy. He was infected while doing a selfless act of helping a known Ebola infected woman. Yes, he did lie to make his way to the U.S. (okay, you can fault him for doing that), but he had the means to travel to the country that (up until recently) had the best health care on planet Earth (“thank you” Obamacare supporters for curing this country of that fate). No, I don’t blame him for bringing Ebola to the U.S. – I blame the resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue who could of and should of done something to stop it coming here a few months ago.

    May Thomas Eric Duncan rest in peace.

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  • [3] October 8, 2014 at 3:49pm

    I was driving the other day and found myself behind a minivan displaying an array of bumper stickers that proudly claimed the driver is an absolute idiot. The numerous bumper stickers said things like “I Stand With Obama,” and “I Support Obamacare.” The minivan also had a couple of “Proud Parents of …” bumper stickers. Isn’t it a travesty of justice that people like this are allowed to procreate? (That asked sarcastically, of course.) Scary the mentality of many of the citizens of the country we are living in. I suppose these people won’t get it until they experience personal pain. Fortunately for them, that pain will probably happen soon.

    The minivan also had a bumper sticker that on one said said “Pro Child” and the other side said “Pro Choice.” Please, any troll out there reading this, explain how it is pro child to kill children? That is, please explain if your head didn’t explode upon reading the question.

  • [5] October 7, 2014 at 4:09pm

    This is a good sign. Until African Americans stop it with the constant reminder of slavery, their lot will not improve. My ancestors are from Germany, but it would never occur to me to call myself a German American. Okay, my “people” were never enslaved (unless you count Hitler), but black slavery in the U.S. is ancient history. It’s time to own up to that fact – no one is enslaving blacks in the U.S. If the black community can come up with an exact date or set of circumstances in which “whitey” has paid for slavery, then we’ll call in quits when that date or circumstances has been met. Otherwise, the end is right now. Stop using slavery as a billy club in which to make the white race suffer.

    BTW, the first slave owner in the U.S. was a black man. But you may not survive if you dare tell a black person that fact.

  • [1] October 6, 2014 at 2:59pm

    And don’t forget the lower case letter T. Bad, bad letter looking like a cross and all. :)

  • [1] October 5, 2014 at 6:08pm

    I have to argue with the wages for the extras. Unless you work as a professional extra, your pay usually will consist of access to the catering cart. My sister was an extra in the first “Spiderman” movie (made it on screen twice), but her pay was only lunch and sore feet for having to run while wearing dressy shoes.

    I work at a tax office, and one of our clients (who has passed away) worked as a professional actor. He appeared in most every TV show during the 80′s and 90′s. He managed to make a living, but he was hardly rich by any stretch of the imagination. Unless you are a star, you don’t get the big bucks. Sorry, but box office draw determines who gets paid what. Maybe it’s unfair, but it’s reality – even in commie Hollywood. My company’s client did have some amazing stories about TV stars, like Don Johnson is so dumb that he can’t even read his lines (someone on the sidelines read them to him and he would repeat what he was told).

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