User Profile: wiredrawn

wiredrawn

Member Since: September 19, 2012

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  • September 8, 2013 at 12:03pm

    It was the opposition( Muslim Brotherhood ) when they were informed the deal with our Turkey associates wasn’t gonna happen and they pulled out of Benghazi empty handed they attacked and stole the delivery systems instead, plan B. So Obama lied again in relation to a video, the opposition did indeed have the means to deliver the chems but didn’t have the military grade stuff so it took awhile … But “LOOK AT THE VIDEO LOOK THE VIDEO!” we’ve fallen victim to this tactic before.

    The administration hasn’t been this publicly active trying to get us believe something this desperately since Benghazi.

  • September 7, 2013 at 8:56pm

    Look closely at some of these people, I don’t know .. I’ve seen a bunch of staged videos. Obama said the opposition did not have the capabilities to deliver the chemical agents then that would mean there would be solid evidence that the chemical agents were deliver with sophisticated military grade equipment … wheres that evidence? Another odd thing I just realized I didn’t see any women or older people and most of the people handling the victims are no wearing gloves or taking protective measures, wouldn’t they also show symptoms then?
    I just did a quick search while writing this to see if it’s possible to make a low grade sarin then realized how dangerous it is to do web based searches for stuff like this but I did find this
    http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2013/08/is-u-s-launching-a-war-in-syria-to-distract-from-spying-and-other-scandals.html which happens to mention some of the concerns I just mentioned.

  • September 6, 2013 at 11:48pm

    I was wondering why he paused and made that weird gesture when he initially made that famous “Red Line” and talked about “other player on the ground”. Conspiracy theories aside, why now would the dictator decide to chemically attack his civilian populace when he could have since he was placed into power?
    The radical Muslims have been the only group of people that consistently make news for killing innocent defenseless people, a suicide bomb here and there and placed IED here and there to further their cause, if they had a chemical weapon available to them, or a nuke there should be no doubt they would use it.
    Libya, Egypt just recently fell what by a suddenly new generation of people that all simultaneously decided they want the freedom America has, even though it’s never been easier to enter America, OR radical Muslim extremism is on the rise and sweeping across the globe using anything at their disposal to gain ground?

  • September 2, 2013 at 6:20am

    The president had Susan Rice, erm I mean John Kerry come out the other day on the Sunday news shows again to reaffirm what we should believe… They haven’t tried forcing a thought on us this hard since Benghazi, which we now know was an outright lie, no way for them to accidentally think it was linked. So now before the inspectors were even in and out of Syria our admin. knew it was Assad who did the chem attack .. I’m thinking it was the rebels, after all these extremists have been blowing up and killing defenseless civilians in story after story, they always target the defenseless when they want something.

  • May 8, 2013 at 2:41pm

    Before or during the initial attack the top of the food chain decided to let these people die because if they send backup it will look bad when they use the narrative; “It was a demonstration gone bad”.
    No demonstration when the video first came out, none before Sept. 11th and none after .. no angry blogs about the video, no angry tweets about the video, nothing. But on Sept 11th in the middle of the night, with no public forum to be heard, no blogs no tweets no nothing, everyone angry at the video decided to show up at an unmarked unknown random building in the middle of a terrorist controlled area to protest a video at the same time, where an American diplomat might have, might not have been residing at? Really?
    There was no news stories, videos, blogs, printed articles about anyone else talking about the supposed video, nor anyone mentioning to meet at this location to protest but we’re expected to believe this BS?
    It was Sept. 11th. a diplomat was in a poorly defended compound with no security force on hand or at the ready for dispatch.
    Why weren’t any of the supposed whistle blowers who say they supposedly care about those who died, angry or eager to bring to the light the people responsible for screwing this up, they reflect and tear up but show no anger at the actual reason for their deaths, and were VERY careful when they talked about those in power to actually have an impact on saving this peoples lives. Again BS.

  • April 29, 2013 at 1:10pm

    Enough with the race crap. The stick figure is a representation of a human not of a specific ethnicity but simply a human. They needed a way to represent themselves before and after the bridge. When you represent something off and on( like no knowledge before and knowledge after) you usually do so with 2 contrasting colors white and black, red and green etc. Black and gold work well especially seeing as it coincides with the story about the golden apple(knowledge) and works with the quilts color scheme.

    This councilwoman needs to open her mind to the possibility that not everyone is racist even though she is, give people the benefit of the doubt until they actually show their racist nature, and not something you have to go grabbing for to deem racist either because soon it’s gonna get so ridiculous we wont be able to turn off lights as it will be somehow offensive to blacks in some odd way nobody will be able to understand just like this story.

  • April 22, 2013 at 1:02pm

    How many Saudi nationals did our negligent president’s wife visit in the hospital?
    The 2 brothers were in America for awhile, but when the Saudis show up … boom. We should be investigating these other people too.

  • November 15, 2012 at 7:19pm

    Where’s the rest of the letter saying our military support will replace the shifting staff until further notice?

  • October 25, 2012 at 12:18pm

    Let’s not forget how this was considered ‘evidence’ against our own people.

    The case of Brandon Raub: Can the government detain you over Facebook posts?

    http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/citizen-warrior/2012/aug/22/can-government-detain-you-over-facebook-posts/

  • October 25, 2012 at 10:09am

    The facebook / twitter posting aren’t evidence? Really? Why are our intelligence officials checking those pages then in the first place, for the ads? The email in question was sent what 2 hours into the attack, so they either rightfully claimed responsibility or were in someway connected, who else outside of our government knew about this attack while it was happening roughly 2 hours in?

    Let’s also not forget about the Americans arrested by this administration for speaking against the president on facebook/twitter, they took those words, from Americans with no known ties to terrorists groups at face value and sent in officials to bring them in.

  • October 24, 2012 at 10:36pm

    And another thing, who or where did the intel about the youtube video come from and why was it so much more believable to our administration then the claims on facebook/twitter?
    We know now this administration had on-sight video, both on the ground and in the air, in real-time.
    We know now there was no initial reports about a youtube video, but instead less than 2 hours in, a known terrorist group not only knew about the attack, but claimed responsibility for it.
    We know now one of the unlucky victims there was relaying information to his gaming community the ‘police’ ( also known terrorist group ) was not only scouting the place, but taking pictures.
    We know now quite a few attacks occurred prior to this attack by the same group claiming responsibility, enough so that the state department put the area on high alert.
    We know now the investigation that the administration has now begun on the matter to ‘find facts’ is run by a known Muslim Brotherhood sympathizer.

    WTF?!

  • October 24, 2012 at 8:08pm

    The facebook / twitter posting aren’t evidence? Really? Why are our intelligence officials checking those pages then in the first place, for the ads? The email in question was sent what 2 hours into the attack, so they either rightfully claimed responsibility or were in someway connected, who else outside of our government knew about this attack while it was happening roughly 2 hours in?

    This is why we need to torture terrorists, they want to die for their cause, but if we capture and torture then not only to we gain intelligence from them we demoralize their comrades and minimize their cause. If they end up being released they will either die by their comrades for giving out intel or spread the fear of our torture, which we all know plays a huge part in any war, if your too afraid or demoralized to fight, you lose.

    But this far after the event and no solid story, no solid leads, nobody captured? Not acceptable.

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  • October 19, 2012 at 2:04am

    What Mrs. Romney found funny was whoopi’s ignorance about her religion. We’re this close to the election and whoopi hasn’t even tried to vet Romney obviously or she’d know more about him, his religion and his politics. On a side I’d charge this tool in a heartbeat and cave his ****ing head in given the chance. I wouldn’t beat my chest or call his father names either, but because I’m feeling froggy atm I’ll throw in a free curby because he earned it.

  • October 16, 2012 at 3:43pm

    See these types of attacks don’t help anyone, I’m not a fascist and dislike being called one. I don’t want to make criminals out of people but if they break the law they deserve no less, I don’t care who they live with in jail as long as they realize they broke the law, maybe if they live with murderers and sociopaths when they get out they won’t break the law again, kind of the point of jail no?

    Saying “because they have done something that harms NO ONE” as many times as you want will not make it true. Speeding in your car doesn’t always harm someone but it has the potential too that’s why we make laws, to prevent what us common sense folk know what’s coming, an action or accident. I will say law enforcement has been light on pot smokers, in the cases where nobody did actually get hurt same as with speeding sometimes a warning or fine. If we actually enforced our laws to the fullest extent like we should we wouldn’t be wasting money on repeat criminals.

    I don’t recall stating productivity or a decline in it at all, what I did say is unlike alcohol people can be using immediately after the effects wear off which increases the chances for negative actions or accidents, but since you brought it up sure it would be unprofessional for someone to be baked at work so I don’t see it raising productivity in anyway, unless of course you can provide the argument that employers will allow it during hours legal or otherwise?

  • October 16, 2012 at 11:38am

    Pot never had an impact or investment in our industries like alcohol has, unless you can find a point in our history we had a pot ‘bar’ or ‘saloon’ in every city as well right before it was made illegal. Sure researchers have found some medical uses for cannabis, but guess what cocaine and heroine both exhibit medical uses as well, wanna legalize that too, throw it on the market as well because everyone is responsible enough to not take that $20 from the kid outside the shop for a hit.

    This is not something in the long run that will make our country better or brighter, some people will abuse it, some people will use it as a scapegoat for accidents or actions and some people will be taking advantage of while under the influence, yes just like alcohol but alcohol is not something you fill up on throughout the day when it’s effects wear off, unless you like being sick a lot or don’t want a liver, it’s used in moderation because there is a hard limit on moderation not a soft limit.

    As for the argument on the tax what do you think is going to happen when the government takes in this money? Our economy will be magically fixed, people high will magically begin international talks to solving world peace? I tend to think if the government as we have today sees this extra money they’ll find a new way to spend it, what we have now needs to be fixed first people.

  • October 16, 2012 at 10:36am

    Finish reading what you quoted, sure bootlegging was no longer profitable but it’s more likely the criminals expanded their activities into something else, unless you want to vouch for them? By the way prohibition is a bad example as alcohol was legal beforehand and people had already made their careers in this industry which was ripped out from under them.

    My point is when prohibition was in effect criminals quickly poured in, pardon the pun, to make money regardless of the safety of the alcohol, when it was repealed they just found another criminal activity to engage in.

  • October 16, 2012 at 9:50am

    I understand it’s less addictive, less harmful and less likely a person high will cause a devastating vehicle accident compared to being drunk, however it still alters your mental state and it’s much more likely to be used throughout the day when it’s effects wear off.

    I highly doubt any criminal activity we stop by making this legal will diminish in any way, I mean if someone is engaged in criminal activity importing or selling this drug now what makes you think when we make it legal they’re going to decide to go back to school and get into a legal profession, it’s more likely they’ll find a more dangerous higher paying activity to engage in.

    Values people, what happened to them?

    Prostitution next? If our future is in such dire straights we need desperately this taxable income from selling drugs to our brothers and sisters then perhaps we are as lost as I thought; fix the economy, fix our government fix our way of thinking and a better future by default follows.

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  • October 15, 2012 at 9:50am

    What I can’t understand is then who told the administration the attacks were a response to this youtube video and why did the administration believe it to such a degree they didn’t need to contact the state dept or other intelligence agencies to verify this intel before sending out spokesmen and before nationally blaming a video?

    Also wouldn’t the state dept or other intelligence agencies contact the administration after they nationally state is was in response to a video to inform them they were wrong? The hearings taking place on weds. show, under oath, they knew the attacks were not in response to a video nor were there demonstrations, so why did they not contact the administration after hearing the president blame a video, after hearing clinton blame a video after hearing rice blame a video?

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  • September 22, 2012 at 11:38am

    Lots of fancy words this one has. Dehumanizing is coming here illegally and living in the shadows trying to make a living at the mercy of whoever breaks the law to hire you, your doing this to yourselves illegals and your families hate to break it to you. And yeah people who break our laws and and weaken our economy, whether intentional or not we tend to marginalize, ask our criminals in jail.

    What about minimize? Why are people trying to minimize the impact illegal immigrants have on our economy. Becoming a legal citizen not only bestows upon you protections of rights but also opens the door to a more sustainable future career wise and strengthens the economy so your future generations can be prosperous as well, don’t they want this for their family?

    I think the media needs to start reminding the illegals of all the positives for becoming legal instead of provoking them to continue breaking the law and putting undeserved stress on their families. Not everything in life can be instantly gratified, if they are truly are here to make a better life for their families and for them, it just may involve going back to their homeland until they are granted citizenship, it may take time but it’s certainly worth it. When they finally get their opportunity, and do it right, sure they may have to start at the bottom of the ladder in the job market but at least now the ladder is there to climb and they will learn to appreciate what america has to offer.

  • September 21, 2012 at 10:39pm

    I’m mixed on this,part of me says …
    “Hey world let’s see if Jesus’s followers start rioting and killing people, as we’re showcasing this with the artist who obviously doesn’t need to hide, and look a canvas that is burnable and not no lousy youtube video, we even published it in the news and nobody burned it, nor any flags! Anyway we have the constitution *****es, we’re sophisticated enough to giggle at this jest”

    while the other half says …
    “hmm so why isn’t Obama distancing himself, after all he distanced himself from the Muslim film, doesn’t he preach we include one we include all. I mean he wants us to accept both legal and illegal immigrants, gay and straight people, Palestine and Israel(Sort of), why not Muslims and Jesus followers, or Tea Party(ers) and Occupy(ers)? Odd choice in picks”

    Be weary Obama, not all Jesus’s followers live in the US and choosing to neglect one of your little speeches of distancing your proving to more then just religious believers that there is indeed a global Muslim problem. These religions don’t spark multinational murder sprees and violent riots, so far yup only the Muslims. Side note if you continue neglecting other religions this is gonna fuel more heat towards Muslims, or is that your intention?