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vaman

Member Since: December 19, 2011

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  • January 23, 2015 at 9:51am

    Sarah “drunken family brawl” Palin. She had little credibility before her families disgraceful antics of starting a fight and now she has no credibility.

  • [1] January 23, 2015 at 9:48am

    “Trusted source in politics, and someone his audience would “really look up to.” That’s the end of the story. Another shadowy Beck informer who must remain nameless of fear of reprisal. Or there is no source, this is just Beck being Beck.

  • [5] January 23, 2015 at 9:29am

    Beck takes one more step in to the abyss of insanity. Does he really think a world leader would meet with him to discuss anything? This must be a colossal joke or his furtherance in to insanity supported by his own grand arrogance. Maybe he just likes the sound of his own voice, because nothing he says is accurate or ever comes to fruition.

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  • [-10] January 23, 2015 at 9:22am

    The blaze keeps going down the Ted Nugent path, shameful. Nugent is clearly on the fringes of reality, with his ridiculous statements that are unquestionably racist, misogynistic, bigoted and outright crazy. A smart publication would distance itself from supporting a person like Nugent. What’s next? The blaze outwardly supports the Klan, maybe the white supremacist movement.

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  • [-16] January 23, 2015 at 9:17am

    Although the Chief is a christian bigot, that was not the reason he was fired. As the Mayor stated quite clearly, the Chief’s book was not authorized by the city and as an employee and high ranking employee of the city, that breaks the city code of conduct. That’s the end of the story unless you are a conspiracy theorist or a believer in the fantasy idea of “christian persecution”. The lawsuit will go nowhere, except to waste tax payer dollars having to defend against it.

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  • [-5] January 22, 2015 at 11:28am

    The nonsensical christian persecution narrative comes alive! There is no comparison between right wing christian bigotry and a someone who is clearly just trying to publically spout his hate, albeit on a cake this time. His discrimination claim will go nowhere. It’s probably time to drop this odd and partially crazy notion of christian persecution, from gays to the “war on Christmas”. Outside of radicalized christian extremists, the argument goes nowhere.

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  • January 22, 2015 at 11:17am

    How conservative christian of you, childishly wanting to beat someone senseless. It sounds good to portray a tough guy on the blaze, but you would cower in real life. At the very least because you’re afraid of jail, just like most people. And frankly, no one is afraid if good christian, blah, blah, blah people decide to act out their violent fetishes. It will never happen.

  • January 22, 2015 at 11:13am

    Organizations always over estimate the attendance for an event. I think of the many Tea party protests which called for “millions of people” to demonstrate. Who shows up? About a dozen people. This case will certainly be different, but don’t expect anywhere near 500,000.

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  • January 22, 2015 at 10:53am

    What a great thing the President did! Taking time out his busy schedule to speak with this family. Because the pastor felt compelled to preach in a hostile, non christian country, the US must now attempt to get his release. The Iranians will use this a bargaining chip, causing more trouble. There are global problems to contend with and the pastor, believing his religion to be the most important, went to a hostile country and broke their laws. When will these radicals learns? There arrogance is astonishing. Stay out of where you are not wanted. Every time one of them is a prisoner, it costs this country far more than is acceptable.

  • [-1] January 20, 2015 at 1:48pm

    Never believe anything Beck says. He never predicts anything correctly and the country will not fall because the richest people have to pay more. Nor does he pay 50% in taxes. A closer look at the Beck fortune will show he probably pays a lessor tax rate than someone making far less than him. Capital gains are only taxed after a certain amount and that amount is in the millions. Another lie by Beck. What’s remarkable is the poorest right-wing people in this nation refute any attempt to tax the uber rich more, but want large corporations to have tax breaks. The poor don’t seem to understand, they suffer more when the mega-rich pay less.

  • [-1] January 20, 2015 at 1:34pm

    She could dress like the oldie times and wear a dress down to the floor, lest be called a harlot for showing some ankle. Yes, a burka would work and she can make a vow to her husband to never show any skin, ever, in public. Or she could grow up and live in the real world and understand men are not lusting over her for wearing black stocking in yoga class. Another example of a crazed bible thumper living in fantasy land.

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  • January 20, 2015 at 1:22pm

    Mr. Millionaire, but also part of the 99%. Remember that one? He can say whatever he wants, but clearly he is not right. If the US would stop invading countries and occupying them for a decade, the military and snipers would not be killing anyone, nor would they be dying needlessly in deserts.

  • January 20, 2015 at 1:15pm

    The westboro church…every christians dirty little secret. As some on the comment section have noted, the westboro cult is not disliked because they hate gays. They are hated because they protest military funerals. The christian hate still exists and if that cult protested anything other than “the troops”, the christian right would be fully supportive. Be smart, disregard this church because it is full of lunatics and by the look of the mother, a little incestuous also.

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  • [-7] January 20, 2015 at 12:58pm

    Jesse Waters is not a reporter or producer. His is a lap dog for O’Reilly. He was only there to cause trouble and be a rabble rouser. If Fox could produce one legitimate reporter who would attend the conference and just report facts, that would be a different story. Fox had no intention of doing so and the entire scenario was to bash all muslims as terrorists or evil people or whatever obvious lie Fox could generate. Similar to their “no-go zones” stories, which Fox later apologized for.

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  • [-11] January 15, 2015 at 1:30pm

    Tomczak is a liar and in typical Christian hate monger fashion, just spouts anything he likes. Ellen is way too much of celebrity to give this guy any time.

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  • [-6] January 15, 2015 at 1:29pm

    Only one thing is relevant about the story, which is Tomczak is a radicalized christian bigot, hate monger and terrorist. Nothing else matters.

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  • January 15, 2015 at 10:55am

    What a great story to do a little federal employee bashing! Well done blaze. I don’t begrudge federal workers for getting a 3-4% raise. In many professions, federal people are paid far, far less than their private sector counterparts. Also, Federal jobs are mostly in expensive cities. If you make the $80,000 or so every year, are single and live in DC…you are broke on pay day. This will be hard to understand for the person in Alabama, Mississippi, Nebraska or the corn fields of Kansas. The Walmart/blue collar employee will find it hard to believe. Ask anyone who lives in a big city and find out $80,000 isn’t much at all.

    Another example, the director of a VA medical center maxes out at about $160,000. His counterpart in the private sector of an equally sized medical center earns $500,000 – $1 million dollars a year (at good hospitals). Doctors, nurses, lawyers, accountants, etc. are paid considerably less than their private sector counter parts. The list is really endless. The private sector needs to improve its pay and benefits it looks like. Or, like me, work for yourself. It’s takes education and some smarts, but I control how much money comes in, not an employer who is more concerned about the bottom line than an employee.

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  • [4] January 15, 2015 at 10:12am

    Everyday Beck gets more crazy. None, not one of his “predictions” ever comes true. He uses the fears of the radical right to rile them up and offers vague conspiratorial theories on what might happen, sometime in the future. Yes, very clairvoyant Glenn. You’re quite the soothsayer. Or just a fraud. A total fraud.

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  • [-2] January 15, 2015 at 10:00am

    The mantra of the radical right is to cherry pick something and repeat that message enough times until the stupid people start to believe it. The truth is irrelevant. Their message always pushes hate and derision, with few exceptions of course, but their message is always full of lies and negativity. Yet again, shameful of the radical right “news” outlets.

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  • [-10] January 15, 2015 at 9:51am

    A radical christian telling muslims, his mythical man loves them very much. The Abrahamic religions continue to hate and kill each other. Actually they hate and kill anyone they don’t like. Christians, muslims and jews. Take away their fanciful gods and deities and they would be getting along just fine. Alas, human civilization has not progressed enough to rid ourselves of radical religions, which would make this world a better place. Instead, we have cult leaders like this Graham character who continue to fan the flames of division, intolerance and hate.

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