User Profile: WarEagleVII

Member Since: February 20, 2012


  • [1] August 21, 2015 at 11:26pm

    An article on discusses this ruckus, created by a bunch of worthless people called the FFRF. A couple of quotes from the article:

    “Auburn University released a short statement Thursday.

    “Chaplains are common in many public institutions, including the US Congress. The football team chaplain isn’t an Auburn employee, and participation in activities he leads are voluntary.”"

    “Auburn’s letter arrives nearly one year after the organization sent an open records request to the university, which has not been fulfilled. FFRF, via its Twitter account, said Auburn cashed a $500 deposit for the records, but a university official told Thursday the check has not been used. The tweet was deleted Thursday morning.”

  • March 7, 2014 at 9:34am

    So what you are telling us that because other Presidents showed up there to play golf, we can’t stand up and say “Stop spend our money!”? The justification of these actions because a previous President did it is juvenile and stupid. We cannot afford the spending anymore! We must have a President that at least acts like he cares in a crisis. All you socialists/progressives can offer up is “Well, President X or Y did it!” It’s time for this status quo crap to stop NOW!

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  • March 6, 2014 at 11:43am

    Who funds these a-holes?

  • February 17, 2014 at 1:00pm

    By the way, I saw too many children panhandling in Balikpapan. Dropping 100 Rupiah (roughly 2 cents) on the ground was jumped on by the kids. There is enough poverty in places like Indonesia. “Global warming” BS policies like what the Lurch is pushing will only make is much worse. Perhaps he should help the matter by stop having his private jet flying around, his chauffeured driven limos driving around, his armada of security following him around and stay at home. Jerk.

  • February 17, 2014 at 12:55pm

    I love these progressive pieces of garbage who stand up there and tell all of us peons how to live our lives, while they jet across the globe burning the same fossil fuels they condemn. How about practicing what you preach and do this conference via a conference call, Lurch?

    I particularly love he’s doing this in Indonesia, where coal mining is a major producer of jobs in that country. A few years ago, I worked at a facility in Borneo, where an “evil” international coal company is mining coal. This creates jobs for Indonesians, who sorely need the money to feed their families. They are paid well (for Indonesian standards), which they send to their families at home. The employees are taken care of at the job site, too. (I wouldn’t call the food and a place to sleep the best but I’m a spoiled American.) The Indonesians appreciated everything they get. If Kerry gets his way, these people would be back on the streets of Jakarta begging for change. Of course, that would happen all over the world if they got their way.

    My point is that self-important, multimillionaire, doesn’t-get-hands-dirty jerks like Kerry will create many more problems than solutions if they get what they want. If Progressives really want to help people, stop pushing plans that make them feel good.

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  • January 27, 2014 at 7:55pm

    Here’s another reason why we need ala carte cable / satellite.

  • November 18, 2013 at 12:59pm

    A point that comes out of this story is how the local government was nervous about how this atheist is feeling how his/her taxpayer money is spent on this event. My question then is: How about about all of the Christian taxpayers who are fine with their taxpayer money being spent on this? This is the sort of garbage that ticks me off. My taxpayer money is channeled to progressive or atheist projects I oppose but I cannot have it used on programs I support because of one or two narcissistic progressives or atheists. In this case, it seems the one narcissistic atheist has more power than the overwhelming majority of people in these towns.

  • November 17, 2013 at 11:16am

    These “entertainment” people who act shocked when people do not want them on their dime should not be shocked. These “entertainers” from Hollywood and NYC create the animosity when they lend their names to these caustic organizations, whose job is to divide the country by calling the opposition as stupid and vile while implying their supporters as intelligent and just. Since this is becoming the way “debate” is in this country, expect more of this. Real America is getting tired of your crap.

  • November 17, 2013 at 10:56am

    I’ll admit that was a lucky play. Perhaps “karma” of sorts when the non-TD was ruled a TD for Georgia on 4th down. Anyway, I’m happy for the young men on the Auburn team. They, along with a supportive coaching staff, have turned things around from the disaster of 2012. They have worked hard to change the course of the team. I look forward to the Iron Bowl in 2 weeks. WDE!

  • May 30, 2013 at 10:32am

    “You never know who could pick that up, there’s kids all over the place,”

    How about educating children in what to do or not to do around firearms instead of freaking out about it and teaching them to be scared about everything? I’m tired of these Useful Idiots teaching our kids to be irresponsible, useless serfs of the State. Shut up and teach kids how to be responsible people.

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  • May 10, 2013 at 3:08pm

    Woo. That’s incredible. To stop the damage and heal the world, all print media (Time, NY Times, Washington Post, etc.) should stop printing their cra…er…..publications, turn off all of their energy hog computers, shut down their energy hog buildings, stop all of their airline flights to every corner of Earth and fire all of their resource hog personnel. That would be a great first step for them.

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  • April 29, 2013 at 12:36pm

    WE have allowed ourselves to become the sheep, either through complacency or by allowing a central government to dictate how and what children should be taught. Since the initial overtures of socialism in the U.S. that started in the 1890′s, these “ideals” have been allowed to be absorbed into the educational system. It’s sort of like putting the proverbial frog in a pot of water and slowly turning up the heat. If you look at what kids were taught even 20 years ago versus today, there is a dramatic shift. Look back at the start of the government education system and you’ll see what we have become. It all starts with what is being put into a child’s mind.

  • April 29, 2013 at 10:26am

    Congratulations Martinsville! You have a Useful Idiot on your council who can only see the color of skin instead of the content of someone’s character. Aren’t you happy that you have a “leader” as her in your community?

    This sort of garbage makes me sick. These kids are wanting to do something good for the city. Instead, you have one hate filled “leader” who has to create evil out of it. If the citizens of Martinsville have any sense, you would have her recalled and thrown out of office. She is a disgrace.

  • April 22, 2013 at 11:47am

    It appears Starnes report was pulled off the Fox News website. What the heck is going on with Fox?

  • April 14, 2013 at 10:22am

    Back in the 90s, you could buy single shot firearms from gun dealers that looked like pens. Those disappeared when the BATF determined those to be “destructive devices” and placed them on the NFA list, which made buying them through a dealer virtually impossible. The .22 cell phone firearm would more than likely be determined as the same thing…..if it was made here or imported legally.

    Personally, I wouldn’t trust those things to do anything but malfunction when needed and accidentally discharge when it’s in my pocket.

  • March 24, 2013 at 11:21pm

    Before you cast your stones at the Catholic Church, you better take a good look at yourself. A non-bias approach of educating yourself on the Catholic Church in its entirety might help you to understand what it is all about.

  • March 5, 2013 at 12:49pm

    Get over yourself, girl! You are a uneducated “singer” with a microphone, not a leader.

  • March 5, 2013 at 12:47pm

    I’ve had to hear her “music” on the pop station when driving with my pre-teen daughter. What repetitious crap! Another “singer” who sounds like all of the other Disney Channel plug-in kids. There’s no loss there. It’s too bad she’s brainwashed like the most of the entertainment industry to march in step with the rest of the socialists.

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  • February 27, 2013 at 8:25pm

    Another one of BHO’s Useful Idiots.

  • February 25, 2013 at 10:32am

    This is an example how U.S. airlines have become rude and unappreciative of their customers. When I had to fly to Indonesia two years ago, I flew Delta from Atlanta to Los Angeles then Singapore to Indonesia. The Delta flights had rude and uncaring FAs while the Singapore FAs were friendly and attentive to all of their passengers, including those flying coach. American and United were even worse than Delta. I am not enthusiastic to fly on any U.S. airline. If I had the choice, I would rather drive.