User Profile: USAF_SP


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  • [4] May 23, 2016 at 9:39pm

    I love how the left constantly labels the right as conspiracy theorists and respond with “It will NEVER happen.” Well, guess what, it IS happening. It’s already illegal in Germany to speak out against the Syrian refugees. Canada is trying to pass a law against speaking out against transgenderism. And we heard a few weeks back how several Attorneys General here in the US are trying to pass a bill which would make speaking out against climate change illegal. The attack on our freedoms isn’t a conspiracy theory – it’s right before our eyes.

  • [2] May 16, 2016 at 11:36pm

    I wonder if those “facts” would be like: Deboarding under sniper fire? Benghazi? Fast and Furious? Email servers?

  • [1] April 20, 2016 at 11:32pm

    Here is the easiest way to stop all the bathroom BS….guys, just refuse to lift seats while taking a leak in either bathroom – your choice. The ladies will soon tire of sitting in pee splashes, or having to wipe the seat. Better yet, make sure you miss the whole toilet at least enough for them to have to worry about getting pee from the floor on their shoes, pants, etc. If they can find no splash-free restrooms, they’re sure to pitch a fit.

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  • [1] April 14, 2016 at 11:47pm

    There used to be a show on TV where they would pit different warriors from different parts of history or the world against one another, and do analysis on the effectiveness of their weapons. In one episode where they pitted the American Mafia against the Japanese Yakuza, I remember just how damaging that ol’ Louisville Slugger was to that hanging pig carcass. Like a machete, a baseball bad is only as good or as evil as the person possessing it. So can we ban baseball bats in NY now, and finally rid the MLB of the Yankees?

  • [10] April 12, 2016 at 7:44pm

    Isn’t it funny how what this young man thought was a good thing, turned out to be a bad thing, but only when it started impacting him personally. Just wait until you graduate, get a job, and start paying taxes young man. You think you’re impacted by the radical left now…

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  • [3] April 6, 2016 at 8:07pm

    I read the letter. So basically the superintendent is saying all those who live within walking distance and are walking/being picked up, MUST wait until after the students getting rides. How is that NOT a school official deciding what is best for your kid over what the parent wants? If I’m a parent, and I walk to pick up my kid, you’re telling me I have to wait for what the school official even admitted was a long ordeal (getting the kids to their rides)? No thank you. If school is out at 2:30, and I’m there to pick up my kid at 2:30, the kid should go home at 2:30. I went to schools much larger than this one, and there was never a problem. All the kids went running out the door after the bell rang. If the situation in that community is so dangerous that the school is thinking they have to enact these draconian measures to protect the kids, then they really need to have the police spend more time arresting troublemakers and gang members and leave the parents alone.

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  • [10] April 6, 2016 at 7:52pm

    I’m so sick of hearing about white privilege, male privilege, hetero privilege, etc. The American dream for over 250 years has been to work hard and provide your children a better life and future than you had. My grandfather and father worked their hind ends off to make that a reality, and I in turn, did the same for my kids. It’s not privilege, it’s called work ethic.

  • [3] April 4, 2016 at 9:17pm

    Just wait until their first employer (if they ever get a job outside of the “safety” of academia) and their employer decides to give them feedback about their performance. It is then that they will realize that the only reason a business is in business is to make money, and you either help or hinder that pursuit. It cares not for your feelings as an individual. If college is meant to prepare people for their careers, you would think they might want to experience a little this a bit before graduating. Call it “Reality 101: The World Doesn’t Revolve Around You.”

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  • [4] April 4, 2016 at 9:05pm

    While I personally still love this country (at least for now, the way the socialists are taking it, we;ll have to wait and see) I do respect the rights of others to offer their opinion – aka the first amendment. I may not agree with their opinion, but I damn sure don’t remember any protections within the Bill of Rights about the right to not be offended. Too bad the liberals can’t figure that out as it would save us from these crazy lawsuits for discrimination.

  • [2] March 11, 2016 at 8:55pm

    ROFL. This is the candidate who won’t be intimidated? He ducks and covers for protesters? Good luck with Putin, Iran, or ISIS.

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  • March 8, 2016 at 9:35pm

    Unfortunately, there’s no law that states you have to give the names. You can simply not answer any investigative questions. While it sucks in this case, the law is in place to protect innocents from being prosecuted for failure to comply with an investigation.

  • [4] March 6, 2016 at 2:14pm

    Easiest question of the day to answer. The establishment hates Trump because he’s not at all conservative, and his ideology changes based on his business needs. The establishment hates Cruz because he’s too conservative for the RINOS, and Cruz understands that compromise means more that the right cow-towing to the left to get any bi-partisan action done.

  • [102] January 7, 2016 at 7:41pm

    And as I watched this, my mind went back to the brave men and women who fought in the Korean war. The old black and white photos of Soldiers and Marines, out in the freezing cold, with the thousand-yard-stare. How did America get so far apart in just two generations?

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  • [3] December 5, 2015 at 11:42am

    To the editorial staff at the NYT: I am using my 1A rights to inform you that I will never give up my 2A rights and will defend my 4A rights. And if you don’t like that, I can’t force you to, but I and millions of other Americans wish that you would exercise your 5A rights.

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  • [3] December 4, 2015 at 9:42pm

    Must have a set of those gangsta night sights that mount on the side of the slide. ;o)

  • [5] December 4, 2015 at 9:34pm

    And who or what determines who goes on the “No Fly List?” The FBI? The CIA? The IRS? Who has the authority to change what criteria puts someone on this list? Seems like a total end-around the 2A if you ask me. Some bureaucrat (after his pockets were lined by the right politician) changes the No-Fly List criteria to include any Veteran based on PTSD concerns. Since the No-Fly List isn’t constitutionally protected, or even determined by some sort of vetting process, it’s easy to change. Viola’ = DeFacto disarming.

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  • [6] October 30, 2015 at 8:28pm

    Once, when I was stationed overseas, there was a fight at our NCO club involving a bunch of deployed Marines. It was like 100 of them, and like 12 of us Air Force cops that had to do something to resolve it. That math doesn’t work…especially with Marines, LOL! So, our flight chief stationed a K9 unit at exits at each end of the building. Then he got on a bullhorn and announced “Military Dogs off Leash!” and signaled to let the dogs go. Never seen so many “no longer violent” people stream out the central entrance of a building in my entire life. I don’t know why the same couldn’t work here. Just sayin….

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  • October 27, 2015 at 9:12pm

    That is a very slippery slope. Perhaps in a future session in congress someday they pass a law that says anyone who identifies as a conservative is mentally ill? I mean, hey, our side says it all the time that “liberalism is a mental disorder.” Once you pass a law that says the mentally ill should be denied access to firearms, you open the door to a whole lot of unintended loopholes for them to take guns from anyone they disagree with. Ever taken an SSRI for depression? Even years ago? BAM. Mentally ill. Ever serve in the military? Easy to pass a “spending bill to help the poor vets” that contains language that could be interpreted that any vet could have a mental illness. BAM. Buh-bye guns for vets. See how the game works?

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  • [1] October 27, 2015 at 9:05pm

    If you like your guns, you can keep your guns. How’d that work out the last couple of times? What blows me away is that he actually came out and said we should allow civilians to buy assault weapons. But um, Mr. President, isn’t the 2nd Amendment all about ensuring the citizens can rise up against a tyrannical government? Kind of hard to do if you don’t at least have the same small arms capability. Show me a police department in America these days outgunned by someone with an Assault Rifle. Seriously. Every PD has AR-15s, M4s, etc. And a lot have MRAPS. So yeah. Take your comments about not selling assault rifles to civilians and shove them where the sun doesn’t shine. Law Enforcement, at ANY level (Federal, State, Local) is NOT a special class of citizen with more rights, but that seems to be forgotten by those in the beltway.

  • [2] October 23, 2015 at 7:12pm

    I had the pleasure of being stationed with Captain Hennings at RAF Bentwaters, United Kingdom. 81st Tactical Fighter Wing. He didn’t know me from Adam, LOL. I was just some airman cop who would check his ID before entering the restricted area. But what I do know of him, he’s a totally stand-up guy and I’m proud to have served with him.

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