@OCCountry: I was referring to justmyopinion. Sorry for the confusionposted @ Wednesday, February 18, 2015 - 20:58
[quote][b]OCCountry[/b] - @justmyopinion:.
...OCCountry, sounds like some kind of anti-gun nut who would be the first one to hide behind someone with a gun in an emergency situation, in other words, a coward. Their rationale which is supported by emotion, lies and not logic, demonstrates their cowardice and inability to factually argue against a second amendment capitalist (I vison "@justmyopinion" shuddering with the thought).posted @ Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 23:16
[quote][b]cyou299[/b] - some worship their guns with religious fanaticism. Their righteous and avenging god. [/quote]
...and some worship at the alter or the global warming and praising faux environmental gods such as Al gore and Micheal Moore with moronic fervor. Just providing contrast.posted @ Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 00:42
[quote][b]AbidingDude[/b] - But many companues check resumes and if you are a liar...you are fired...
..except NBC. If the public doesn't know then no problem.posted @ Monday, February 16, 2015 - 21:43
[quote][b]Greg Benson[/b] - This is sad. Television will lose a crucial piece of sanity.
and an "objective" news source for those on the leftposted @ Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 22:43
posted @ Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 22:20
[quote][b]dahreese[/b] - "And “tough” is a pretty good description of Warren. Nobody bashes Wall Street like Warren, and when it comes to the current hot button issue —"
like any other politician, she will sucomb to the money and influence of Wall Street. Neither party is immune to the power of K-Street. Her deviant, sleazy behavior concerning her "indian" heritage sham for a job at Harvard proves she is definitely not a champion of the people as she would have you believe.
Nor is there a Republican who understands the inter-workings of world affairs like she does.
She (Hillary) understands the "political" inter-workings of world affairs not real world workings. She would become a clone of Obama (or whoever else would finance her ideological dreams).posted @ Monday, February 9, 2015 - 00:24
The public should realize that neither public nor charter will replace the far superior private or home schooled children. It's what's right for your kids. Charter is a small progressive step for education but if you're ready to make the choice to procreate then you should be ready to do the right thing for your children and that is not to subject them to cesspools of public education known as government schools.posted @ Monday, February 9, 2015 - 00:02
[quote][b]Duke Briscoe[/b] - I think studies of the biochemical basis of memory have shown that memories get somewhat rewritten every time they are recalled. If Williams has been telling this story dozens of times over the years, his recall may have drifted and mixed with some of what happened to the other helicopters. Eyewitness testimony is not so great either - the human brain has a lot of failure modes.
I think I have diagnosed this a Democratic psychosis. Say anything to stay relevant and push the Democratic agenda under the guise "objective" journalism. He is one of many Democrats dieties and NBC's golden ticket. Your welcome.posted @ Friday, February 6, 2015 - 22:42
It is too bad that CNN is labeled as bing "no one watches". Is it because they still try to present hard news in a relatively unbalanced way? If that were the case, then what is needed for the thinking public to do is to watch more on places like CNN and express their opinions. Problem is that too many people still love to watch the network that bashes their "enemies" (using Michael's words).
CNN present "news" , which is supposed to be objective, as slanted to the left while Fox clearly defines Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, etc... as commentators while reporting the news as just that, news. If CNN were truthful by labeling Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Van Jones, Fareed Zakaria, etc... as commentators and not journalists, then they could possibly be considered news worthy.posted @ Thursday, February 5, 2015 - 23:22
[quote][b]RoyBoy[/b] - @dahreese:
Serious news is hard to find although MSNBC still does credible job most of the time. It is a bit scary that the FOX tag-team entertainers are the most viewed news network.
Credible job?? You work for the government right? don't be mad that the public has had enough of three network "news" agencies (ABC, CBS and NBC) and two cable corporations (MSNBC and CNN) slant the news to the left while one (Fox) slants to the right. Is it not fair enough for you?posted @ Thursday, February 5, 2015 - 23:11
[quote][b]TeeWee[/b] - When the Jordanian pilot was burned alive the King of Jordan vowed revenge. When an American was beheaded our leader gave a speech them played golf.
There, is the difference between a leader and a non-leader.posted @ Wednesday, February 4, 2015 - 21:11
What she does have on the rest of the named field is tremendous experience in world affairs; not so much in home affairs.
...really? What experience are you speaking of? Benghazi?
She was a President's wife, a carpetbagging senator of New York and then appointed Secretary of State (obviously due to her experience as the first lady). An excellent resume obviously.
I wonder how the piece would have been written if she had gone to Madison County though. [/quote]
...still far inferior to private or homeschooling.posted @ Tuesday, February 3, 2015 - 22:58
[quote][b]mpd0.59[/b] - [Jon] Stewart Is Amazed Fox [News] Apologized For Muslim 'No-Go Zones' Errors[/quote]
Of course they would apologize.... It;s not like they were CNN, PBS, NPR, ABC, NBC, MSNBC or CBS (RatherGate) who would not recant and cover for each other as unethical, leftward biased commentary, propaganda sources as they are. If only the aforementioned had the guts to proclaim they provided only commentary and not news would be a major first stepposted @ Tuesday, February 3, 2015 - 22:43
[quote][b]mpd0.59[/b] - What an incredibly DUMB call by the Seahawks at the Patriots goal line. On second down with 26 seconds on the clock, one timeout, and one yard to go for the Superbowl win, instead of giving the ball to the beast Marshawn Lynch (their Todd Gurley), they throw a short pass intercepted by an undrafted rookie. The television commentators couldn't even believe it.
I believe the statistics for Lynch this year for runs in one yard and less of the goal line are 4 stops and one success. As for Cris Collinsworth, I thought he was going to cry about the call. He kept repeating and repeating and repeating, etc... Almost pathetic in what his job as an unbiased announcer was supposed to be. I had to turn to another channel as not to barf over his poor commentating during the post-game.posted @ Monday, February 2, 2015 - 23:05
No mercy needs to be shown to these fools. That's all they will respond to. Maybe carte blanche on our firepower is needed.posted @ Sunday, February 1, 2015 - 20:37
[quote][b]amj614[/b] - Ahh! That is unfortunate because he just realize there are people living in poverty!
Like the Clinton's who were "dead broke" after Bill's presidency.posted @ Saturday, January 31, 2015 - 23:01
If the FBI wants to be so morally, ethically right, then the next step from them would to be to ban applicants who consume alcohol, nicotine and caffeine as these are mind/attitude altering drugs as well? Where is there conscious? Their morality? Or are they just the typical hypocrites?posted @ Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - 23:12
[quote][b]tomw[/b] - @AbidingDude: All the fact-checking services, including those not beholden to either side, have proven Fox "facts" false, folks.
btw...Michael Moore, The Huff Post, The Daily Kos, Jon Stewart, ABC, CBS, NBC and CNN are not considered ''fact-checking services" by intelligible people. You seemed threatened by Fox News, though. Out of the six big televised news sources, ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC leaning heavily to the left while Fox News leans to the right is it that bad that one out of six leans to the right? Maybe it's your leftist views of total control/manipulation of the media (and our country) that doesn't want to hear other views that drives your disdain of Fox News?posted @ Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 22:26
[quote][b]cyou299[/b] - meanwhile, the daily anti-muslim hate speech by major media of Europe that is fueling lethal attacks against Muslims throughout Europe...gets no mention.
very similar to the daily anti-Christian speech by the mainstream news disguised as "objective journalism" in America that gets no mention.posted @ Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 21:39
Why does left even try to make intelligent decisions about taxes and capitalism in general? It has to be embarrassing for them as they know nothing about how the private sector works... Maybe they should just silence themselves, draw a picture or work up some pottery...posted @ Sunday, January 18, 2015 - 23:57
I like to think that all colors and hues of people's skin lives
[quote][b]justhat[/b] - Muhammad was nothing but a rapest LOOK IT UP
... and add misogynist and pedophile to the description to be completely accurate.posted @ Sunday, January 18, 2015 - 20:50
[quote][b]cyou299[/b] - "We should also outlaw all radical groups with ties to terrorism..."
Be careful, you don't want to anger the NRA! [/quote]
I think you meant NPR...posted @ Friday, January 16, 2015 - 21:32
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