User Profile: watt

watt

Member Since: October 08, 2010

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  • [-1] August 18, 2014 at 10:48am

    How ironic that you would like to put “them” in Africa when it was your ancestors who were too lazy to do their own work, so they forcefully and violently took “them” from there to do it for them. Then when your great-great-grandfather’s sister got boring, in between the beatings, he could turn to one of “them” for his raping pleasure.

    You criticize their penchant for violence, but maybe “they” learned everything they know from your ancestors.

  • August 4, 2014 at 1:11pm

    Very good reporting on the part of the Blaze here. Looking forward to next week’s story recapping all the comments in this this week’s recap of all the comments in last week’s story.

    I know that won’t make sense to a lot of you because it contains more than the words “Benghazi”, but basically I’m making fun of the fact that the Blaze finds a collection of completely inaccurate comments newsworthy.

  • August 4, 2014 at 1:02pm

    Maybe that’s what happened in your delusional head but the fact is lawyers for both sides approved a less-than-majority decision without knowing which side won.

    Not a really big deal though. This is just one of about a dozen of so things that commentors of this site have gotten completely wrong in this case.

  • [-1] June 27, 2014 at 2:05pm

    This type of statement always makes me laugh. You have 3 jobs due to one of two reasons. Both of which are fixable by you, especially if you belong to the party of individual responsibility. Reason 1 – You have no skills and therefore you have to take 3 low paying jobs that require no skill. The combined salary of which equal 1 skilled job. You fix this by not commenting on websites in the middle of the day and instead educate yourself and get 1 good job. Reason 2 – You live beyond your means. You fix this by not living beyond your means.

  • [5] June 26, 2014 at 2:58pm

    Is he seriously complaining about a political opponent spreading lies and rumors before an election?!?!? That’s hilarious.

  • [-4] May 27, 2014 at 2:56pm

    *drive-bys

  • [-3] May 27, 2014 at 2:52pm

    @vofr – No, I won’t. Mostly because I don’t think that way now and I don’t see myself turning into an ******* like gone_sovereign

    @eastinfection – Yes, I did. I know who he was referring to. Unlike most people here, I can read.

    @DiedInTheWool – Really? Where? Show me and I’ll show you an idiot

    @WeTheConfused – I’m white. You realize you’ve included yourself when you say “We”, right?

    @RedDirtTexas – Non-Minorities are already running many of the nations large cities. More than a few, not so well.

    @adoptedlevite – I don’t even…

    @DYNA – Yes it would. It would work better, in fact.

    @Angie11 – Are you married to @adoptedlevite?

    @Uechi – I want to know what the 2 people who liked your comment thought you were talking about.

    @Cabernetqhs – Bend over!

    @desert_speaks – wow, desert_speaks, you went right for thinking I was using the race card

    @Grumpy – Yes, but hopefully you won’t.

    @123456beatriz – This coming from someone with such a thoughtful user name

    @UseYourBrainz – Honestly, when I posted what I did this morning, I never even thought my question could be mistaken to be race related. The paranoid hypocrites here proved me wrong, once again! But seriously though, isn’t visiting this site the greatest form of entertainment sometimes?

  • [-299] May 27, 2014 at 9:15am

    Will you think the same way in 20 years when you are no longer the majority?

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  • May 26, 2014 at 1:22pm

    Yeah, and we all know who enabled Novak to be tipped. That guy was a Dick.

  • [-18] May 22, 2014 at 9:41am

    Someone at the voters trust is going to get a pat on the back for this.

    Employee: I have an idea for a fundraiser.
    Boss: What is it?
    Employee: We declare a bounty of a million dollars for information on the IRS “scandal”.
    Boss: We don’t have a million dollars.
    Employee: I know, we’ll use the George Bush tactic. We create the program first and get other people to pay for it later.
    Boss: Genius!! But how is this a fundraiser?
    Employee: Well, it’s not like we’ll ever pay it out and we’re sure as heck not going to refund the money.
    Boss: Brilliant idea, Employee! Way to take advantage of complete idiots!
    Employee: Ah, shucks. Thanks, Boss.

  • [1] April 29, 2014 at 9:02am

    I’m putting together a list of racist comments left by users of this site. When I say things like “A lot of people who comment here are racist.”, I am asked to provide proof. I have finally decided to keep a record of this proof. So if you could, if you have the guts to, please let me know what exactly a “NPOTUS” is. Thank you.

  • April 22, 2014 at 9:55am

    37,000 people cannot all start the race at the same time from a starting line and course as wide as a street. Many people didn’t even start the race until after the winner crossed the finish line.

  • April 17, 2014 at 2:05pm

    @cavallo – No. I’m saying tax on income, not wealth held. My point was if 1% own 35% of the wealth, then they probably make a similar percent of the income every year. Therefore, it’s not ridiculous to pay 35% of the taxes.

  • April 17, 2014 at 11:00am

    Touche, Blaze. Touche. So when will we see the follow up video asking “The richest 1% in America own __% of all the wealth.”

    Never. We will never see that video. Now, before you call me all sorts of names, including socialist, and ask me if what I want is everybody to make the same amount of money, the answer is no. But when you own 35% of the money, don’t be surprised when you pay 35% of the taxes.

  • April 11, 2014 at 12:41am

    Also this one which I posted in today’s 3rd of the Blaze’s 15 daily articles on the IRS “scandal”. It was in reply to the woman who testified saying her rights were violated because she wasn’t granted tax-free status fast enough. I think it’s some of my best work. As far as the insults, I try to write to my audience.-

    Wahhhh! Wahhh! It is my first amendment right to use my non-political group for political purposes, all while doing it tax free. Wahhhh! My rights are being violated!!!

  • April 11, 2014 at 12:33am

    Well since you’re interested. From my post above:

    “As I have said in my testimony before Congress; I will not retreat, I will not surrender, I will not be intimidated. I will not ask Rep. Cummings, Lois Lerner, Barack Obama, or anyone else, for permission to exercise my constitutional rights.”

    Typical false argument from a typical republican crybaby. No one was stopping this lady from speaking. What they were trying to prevent is this lady from speaking and using tax-free money to do it, as that is against the law. Don’t like the law? Tell congress who passed it and made the IRS make people jump through hoops to gain tax exempt status.

    Also, this BS “targeting” of conservative groups. Liberal groups were also asked to produce paperwork to the IRS which was required by the law passed by congress to ask for. Were more conservative groups “targeted”? Yes. Why? Couple reasons. 1) The incumbent president was a democrat, which means there were more conservative groups trying to change the president than there were liberal groups trying to keep him. If this went down for the 2004 election, I’m sure more liberal groups would have been asked to produce paperwork to justify their right to collect money tax free and call the president all sorts of bad names. Also, could it be perhaps that groups who support the party which is constantly trying to avoid paying taxes were trying to get away with doing something and not pay taxes while doing it? The answer is yes.

  • April 10, 2014 at 5:19pm

    Wahhhh! Wahhh! It is my first amendment right to use my non-political group for political purposes, all while it doing it tax free. Wahhhh! My rights are being violated!!!

  • April 10, 2014 at 1:56pm

    For a second there, I thought you were talking about Issa. But then I remembered this is the blaze and you people are idiots.

  • April 10, 2014 at 1:43pm

    “As I have said in my testimony before Congress; I will not retreat, I will not surrender, I will not be intimidated. I will not ask Rep. Cummings, Lois Lerner, Barack Obama, or anyone else, for permission to exercise my constitutional rights.”

    Typical false argument from a typical republican crybaby. No one was stopping this lady from speaking. What they were trying to prevent is this lady from speaking and using tax-free money to do it, as that is against the law. Don’t like the law? Tell congress who passed it and made the IRS make people jump through hoops to gain tax exempt status.

    Also, this BS “targeting” of conservative groups. Liberal groups were also asked to produce paperwork to the IRS which was required by the law passed by congress to ask for. Were more conservative groups “targeted”? Yes. Why? Couple reasons. 1) The incumbent president was a democrat, which means there were more conservative groups trying to change the president than there were liberal groups trying to keep him. If this went down for the 2004 election, I’m sure more liberal groups would have been asked to produce paperwork to justify their right to collect money tax free and call the president all sorts of bad names. Also, could it be perhaps that groups who support the party which is constantly trying to avoid paying taxes were trying to get away with doing something and not pay taxes while doing it? The answer is yes.

    Bunch of whiners.

  • April 3, 2014 at 1:53pm

    Most of the time, the hypocrisy of this website and the majority of it’s commentors is thinly veiled. This is one of those times where it’s just so blatant. If you defend what the roid-bros did, please direct the meatheads to the address of this man http://tribwxmi.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/medium-flag-signs.jpg?w=900 and instruct them to remove the flag. Hopefully, they’ll be shot by the owner. The meatheads will be dead, and the owner of the house who doesn’t like a black president will go to jail for the rest of his life.

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