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Posted by rayj
20 Nov 2015, 6:40 am

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Cannonpointer » 19 Nov 2015 9:20 pm wrote:
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Who moi? I am not, liar!


Then who is, ball washer?


Look in the nearest mirror, cum breath! You have me beat by a mile!
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Posted by TotallyRad
08 Dec 2015, 2:12 pm

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Trump posts yet another fuzzy feel good policy that will satisfy the voter but accomplish very little. Muslims can lie about their faith. It's how a lot of Jews escaped the NAZI regime. This means that the actual law abiding Muslims will be singled out and the terrorists will have a free pass.

Common sense, people.
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^^ Moron still thinks Trumps proposal violates the Constitution. :rofl:
Proving again that the left has never read it.

Oh, by the way: House votes overwhelmingly to restrict visa waivers for travelers.
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This moron doesn't grasp the scope of what his hero wants.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/16/politics/ ... e-mosques/

You ought to know better than to come after me, you always end up running away in disgrace.

Looks like our genius friend went out and read some analysis of his moronic claim, and now is trying to divert from his latest faceplant.
Sucks to be you, dumbass.

Now as for your latest diversion attempt, do you believe that places which are engaging in supporting and fomenting terror, shouldn't be closed down?
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Posted by Rebel
11 Dec 2015, 11:10 am

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socially centered » 11 Dec 2015 10:05 am wrote:
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No what? It wouldn't surprise me.


a stash of weapons.

According to the article, police confiscated ONE 9mm handgun in the raids. That hardly qualifies as a 'stash of weapons', don't you think?
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11 Dec 2015, 3:19 pm

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I just checked one of your Google University Sources, and it was the Express. Hotair sourced it to the Express. This is the same source that Golfboy used for his famous under the Red Sea Egyptian Army story.

Good job, Mr. Google University.
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14 Dec 2015, 1:15 am

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Cannonpointer » 14 Dec 2015 12:11 am wrote:

You have my sympathies entirely. Your position - and I mean no offense - is mature and intelligent. The position your detractors advance is - among other bad things - fucking racist.


You have my respect.

I do let myself go off the rails sometimes but I like to think I call a spade a spade. Oh wait, I can't say that! Now I've gone got myself a tar baby for being so niggardly with my words!
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Posted by bingster
15 Dec 2015, 1:14 pm

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"The sources, who were not authorized to speak on the record, told Fox News..."

more bologna from Faux News.
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Posted by crimsongulf
28 Dec 2015, 11:29 pm

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tech guy » 28 Dec 2015 8:35 pm wrote:
Let's see if the morons can actually digest the statistics...

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Flies in the face of reality.

If the Canucks have a better doc to patient ratio, then WTFF do they have such atrocious wait times.

Why do people die of cancer before their appt with the oncologist comes up?

Why do people see their doc with a BP that would be immediate admission here, but are sent home with a script and die 6 hours later?

Answer that Mr Headline reader that provides no link.
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Posted by TotallyRad
28 Dec 2015, 10:18 pm

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That's a shame. He's old school thrash.
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Posted by JoeLib
01 Jan 2016, 12:34 pm

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You don't realize that people don't care what their candidate has done. They have their own lives to worry about. They will vote for whoever they believe will create conditions most favorable to themselves. People voting for HRC are not concerned with china and sofas the Clintons took, just as Trump's people do not care how coarse and racist he is nor how much he lies. They think he's going to singlehandedly return this nation to the 1950's, which was a great time as long as you were white, and what a surprise, that's who his base is: disaffected, non-college educated whites.
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golfboy » 03 Jan 2016 9:24 pm wrote:
True. What happened to liberals that in the 70's were all about "questioning authority"?
Idiots like TG, would have strapped themselves over a barrel for Johnson.


Trust me, techno does not self-identify as a liberal. He embraces a few liberal positions, but he's a fascist and happy to admit it. He believes in an unelected, largely unaccountable technocracy. In his world, the only people FIT to demand an accounting should be the ones in charge - therefore, they would account to themselves. The sheep just do as told.

You can see it in his freak-out over the Bundys - or ANYONE with nut smell.

If I have mischaracterized, I invite correction. :) This'll be a HOOT.
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Posted by NeoConvict
05 Jan 2016, 3:33 pm

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Many likely are carrying and no, I would not have an issue with it. As long as they are law abiding owners of legal firearms I have no issue.


insurrection:

a refusal of obedience or order
. It may, therefore, be seen as encompassing a range of behaviors aimed at destroying or taking over the position of an established authority such as a government, governor, president, political leader, financial institution or boss.



18 U.S. Code § 2383 - Rebellion or insurrection

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incites, sets on foot, assists, or engages in any rebellion or insurrection against the authority of the United States or the laws thereof, or gives aid or comfort thereto, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.


Silliness. What they are doing is no different than any other progressive campus sit in or hippy chicks chaining themselves to tree eating equipment. Its civil disobedience. Never heard the insurrection word thrown around during the occupy movement.
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Posted by GeorgeWashington
07 Jan 2016, 7:11 pm

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I think it's silly you guys keep arguing the Genesis of this clusterfuck. Who gives a shit? The second part is much more relevant: A bunch of yahoos are there now for no other reason but to steal land that has been reserved by the Federal Government as a Nature Reserve for the general public.

It would be the same thing if I set up an armed camp at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial and dared the federal government to move me. It's bullshit and the freaks should be in jail.

It doesn't take much research to know this. They speak on a daily basis and they keep saying the same thing: (not verbatim) "the government has no right keeping this land. We want it."

I am not a fan of this "occupation" but comparing a little used federal gift shop in the middle of nowhere to the Lincoln memorial is a slight exaggeration dontcha think?


No, because they want to tear down the entire forest and build ranches on it. What if they wanted to tear down the Lincoln memorial so they can use that land? Whether it's a wildlife visitor centre is ultimately irrelevant. What matters most is their insurrectionist nature and laundry list of demands to destroy the nature reserve for their private interests. People say "well, it was once owned by the people and not a nature reserve, therefore we should give it to them!" Yea well, most of the US was taken by white people too. Doesn't mean we should give it back now.


Move the park.

Government moves people and bulldozes their homes every day to accommodate industry.


If the market demands ranchers and loggers, we should oblidge, lest the work be done in China.
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07 Jan 2016, 8:09 pm

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NeoConvict » 08 Jan 2016 10:41 am wrote:
Having a brilliant business leader who obviously loves his country as President would not be nearly as dire as progressives believe it would be. We have checks and balances to prevent his crazier ideas from being passed. You and this author obviously believe that if he wins the nomination that he will lose to Hillary so why do you really care?


JP Morgan was a a brilliant business leader. Trump inherited his money and lost it serveral times. Bankruptcy used to be a sign of failure, of incompetence, or greed. Now, people like Trump regularly renege on promises to creditors by just going bankrupt. Many people PLAN on going bankrupt before even starting a business. I don't call that brilliance, but not being good for one's word. And we want such a person to be PRESIDENT?

He loves his country? He loves white people. No presidential candidate since Strom Thurmond has fanned the flames of bigotry, racism, and intolerance as Trump has. And not because he actually believes what he says. He's playing to the crowd, appealing to their basest instincts, and playing them like a fiddle.

Until recently he was a liberal Democrat, a personal friend and financial supporter of the Clintons. I trust no one who changes their core principles for gain. That's just what he's done.

The reason I care about this has little to do with whom I think will win. I find it depressing that American citizens could sell out the principles this society is supposed to be based on by supporting this man for the world's highest office. I find it unbelievable.
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08 Jan 2016, 2:40 pm

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CanuckleSandwich » 08 Jan 2016 1:36 pm wrote:

Everything in a Muslim's eyes is a perceived threat to Islam, free speech, war, uncovered women, homosexuality, apostasy, etc, etc, etc.


That's where things are at with these zealots. Pretty messed up. In their mind, if you're not falling lock step into their sick little "culture" your fair game for them to kill you. Really fucked up stuff.
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Obummerstinks » 08 Jan 2016 2:05 pm wrote:
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Blowback is any perceived slight a Muslim feels. There was blowback because of the Mohammed cartoons, people were killed and free speech was under attack not only by Muslims but apologists like yourself.


Bingo.

On this very site, people lampoon politicians and many of them say a bunch of shit about Jesus.

If they were in the ME and said that stuff, they'd be dead.....simple as that. Never ceases to amaze me how people can sit in a protected country and purposely chose to ignore the obvious.

If any of those referenced were to go to the ME or Africa where this shit is going on, they'd cower in a corner and wouldn't squeak a word. And that's a fact.


Bingo yourself. They don't know because they haven't been to the Middle East like you or I. They don't know the consequences they would receive by talking shit about Jesus, never mind Mohammed, the way the do in the US. They don't know that minorities in these countries are muzzled. it doesn't matter to them that you aren't a follower, you must toe the line that Islam puts forth.
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Henry_ » 08 Jan 2016 2:16 pm wrote:
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I get what you are saying I just don't care that Muslims feel this way. They are Americans now and their loyalty should be to America not Islam but the truth is American Muslims are more loyal to Islam than America.


How do you measure that? How many time have we discussed anti government militia in the US being a greater
threat since 9/11 than jihad types?

Probably too many.


Those militias aren't a greater threat to the world like Islamofascism is. You know, people live outside of America. Are those militias a greater threat to those of different faiths that are persecuted and killed because Islamofascists are slighted by their very presence. Are those militias threatening to take over the world and raise a Caliphate. I don't think so.
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onlyaladd » 08 Jan 2016 7:18 pm wrote:
Yeah maybe she was selling loose cigarettes


Any Felony on your record knocks you down 5 rungs in my system. Any time I found out anyone was a felon, they never saw me again.

Multiple misdemeanors knocks you that low too.

A mistake or 2 non felony I can deal with, but always with suspicion.
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