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Bauerle's suspension ends, can return to deck at Georgia

UGA is very fortunate to have Jack Bauerle as their swimming coach. Most swimming programs in the US and some foreign countries would love to have him as their coach. Jack's loyalty to our swimming program and UGA is unprecedented in collegiate athletics.

posted @ Saturday, December 20, 2014 - 07:26

Today's editorial cartoon

Interesting to see the "wennie" liberals at Sony cave to North Korea. The CEO's wife worked on the finance committee for Obama 2012. Even Mr. Liberal Obama himself condemned their action. WOW, North Korea is a real super-power to fear.

posted @ Saturday, December 20, 2014 - 07:10

What Others Say: America is better than terrorists (The Augusta Chronicle)

@dahreese: Your academic snobbery is showing. I find it interesting how academic professionals think they are so smart. They have this attitude that conservatives are some how academically or intellectually deficient. I am proud to be a staunch conservative, I hold an MBA and founded a multi-million dollar company. Contrary to Obama's simplemindedness, I built the company with no help from the government (actually they were my unintended partner). I am of the opinion that liberals are "common sense deficient" and Obama personifies my opinion daily. Common sense is generally obtained in the real world and not in the cloistered world of academia.

posted @ Saturday, December 20, 2014 - 06:57

Georgia offensive line staying together, paving the way

Still can't understand why this OL was unable to move Tech off the ball when we had the ball 1st and goal at the one and a half yard line. We ran the ball straight into the line twice and we were stuffed. Was the Tech DL stronger than our OL? Maybe that's why Joe T is gone. The Tech DL pushed our OL around. Just because you're bigger does not mean you will win at the point of contact, it takes strength and technique, two things that seemed to be missing in the second half of the Tech game.

posted @ Friday, December 19, 2014 - 09:33

What Others Say: America is better than terrorists (The Augusta Chronicle)

@dahreese: It's called diversity. I feel the same way when they publish some of the liberal dribble from people like Pitts and Dupuy.

posted @ Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 17:18

What Others Say: America is better than terrorists (The Augusta Chronicle)

@dahreese: That would shock me because those hearings would attack your "messiah" Obama for the same reason Feinstein and her bunch attacked Bush. The major difference being, the republicans would at least interview those parties involved in carrying out the orders from the "messiah".

posted @ Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 17:15

What Others Say: America is better than terrorists (The Augusta Chronicle)

After listening to credible people refute the information in the report, (no interviews were conducted of those involved), this political document clearly demonstrates the hypocrisy of those democrats involved. I wonder when the republicans will conduct hearings on the drone strikes ordered by Obama that have killed innocent people. How humane is that? By the way, I agree with the drone strikes. Why don't we investigate the democrat President Harry Truman for dropping two A-Bombs on Japan and killing thousands of innocent women and children. Feinstein and her ilk were aware of the activities being conducted by the CIA they were briefed on a regular basis according to the record. Thank GOD for the CIA and the people willing to serve to help protect this nation.

posted @ Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 09:54

UGA swim coach Bauerle issued 9-game suspension by NCAA

Great to see the NCAA finally come to a ruling. Glad they deemed it a Level 2. It would be a sad day for our swimming program to lose Jack. He is considered one of the great swimming coaches on the planet not just America. Our recruiting program will not be affected. Superstar women and men swimmers want to come to UGA because Jack is the HC and for no other reason. UGA is fortunate to have him and McGarity knows that. He could go to just about any other school or country for more money, but he chooses to remain at UGA. Jack is a DAWG through and through.

posted @ Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 10:34

Park: Domestic turmoil reflects arrogance of American foreign policy

@dahreese: I assume you are the one with a degree but no education. Park did talk about Ferguson in a general sense when he stated Ferguson was an example of " a hyper-violent incident of policing". Maybe you need to read the article again instead of posting ignorant statements. I never implied the article was just about Ferguson.

posted @ Tuesday, December 16, 2014 - 13:28

Park: Domestic turmoil reflects arrogance of American foreign policy

@snarkydude: remember liberal educators like Park and dahreese think they are just so smart. Most conservatives read the facts that were presented to the Ferguson Grand Jury and came to the same conclusion they reached. Anyone reaching a different point of view obviously had a preconceived agenda they wanted to put forth. That being, "white cops want to kill black people". In the real world, their educational background is normally void of facts and common sense. They were educated in institutions of higher learning by liberal professors that spewed forth their distorted ideas of America. The real truth is, most liberals are really uneducated and their writings prove it all the time.

posted @ Tuesday, December 16, 2014 - 08:56

Slain Auburn football player remembered as 'good kid'

Another example of "black on black" killing. Where are the protests? Where is Al Sharpton? I guess it's ok that the accused killer is black. Can you imagine what would be going on if he had been white? Wow, imagine if the assailant had been a white police officer off duty. Sadly, a young man is dead, other than the family and the Auburn football team, not many folks in the black community seem to care.

posted @ Monday, December 15, 2014 - 08:38

Johnson: Today's black athletes take up civil rights mantle in their own way

I am waiting for the black athletes to protest the hundreds of blacks killed by other blacks in big cities. Chicago is a dangerous place to live for many black youth. Where is the protest from the black athlete? Why don't they care?

posted @ Monday, December 15, 2014 - 08:27

Park: Domestic turmoil reflects arrogance of American foreign policy

Dr. Park, in typical liberal thinking, calls the shooting of Brown in Ferguson as "a hyper-violent incident of policing" demonstrates the typical liberal position of disregarding facts. Given the facts of the case, I would have taken the same action the police officer took. By continuing to avoid the facts, people constantly putting forth this false narrative of the shooting, will only drive millions folks away from their protest demands. Sadly, the liberal media continues to feed this false narrative which helps to drive their agenda.

posted @ Monday, December 15, 2014 - 08:21

What Others Say: Health care reform is working (San Jose Mercury News)

Here is an accomplishment, my daughter, her husband, and two children, just received a notice from their medical insurance carrier that their monthly premium will go up $200 beginning in January. Their family deductible is now set at $8,000 per year. My son-in-law informed me he is now paying more than twice the amount of money in monthly premium than before Obamacare, and his family deductible was $2,500 per year. He is self employed with a business partner and the market place will not allow him to increase his fees to offset this ludicrous increase in insurance costs. Therefore, this cost just falls to his personal bottom line. He is delighted the republicans have taken over the Senate and hopes with the control of the House they can repair this madness called Obamacare. Needless to say he has a very low opinion of Obama and the democrats that placed this "pox" on the American people. I told him it is crucial we get a republican in the WH in 2016 that will restore this nation back to sanity in so many ways.

posted @ Saturday, December 13, 2014 - 08:24

Carter: Advice for dealing with police

I watch MSNBC a lot but I watch it knowing that it is not pure news, it all has a political slant. Fox on the other hand claims to be "fair and balanced" and it claims to be news. That is my gripe with Fox because it obviously favors the right but won't admit it.
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posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 23:20

Carter: Advice for dealing with police

@Libralady: Thanks to you "Liberalady", you prove my point like Georgia Boy in that most liberals are void of facts about almost anything. If you would read the Grand Jury report you will see much of what you have written is just incorrect.

posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 23:17

Carter: Advice for dealing with police

@Georgia Boy: Once again as a liberal, you continue to prove my point that facts don't matter. According to Grand Jury testimony, the officer heard over his radio of the robbery and a description of the thief was broadcast. That is why the officer stopped Brown, the thug had committed a crime.

posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 23:12

Carter: Advice for dealing with police

@Georgia Boy: ...and if you do, don't point the pellet gun at a police officer if he approaches you or he might assume the gun is real and shoot you dead. It always helps to look at all the facts.

posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 23:06

Carter: Advice for dealing with police

@Georgia Boy: Please produce the research you and some of your liberal elk continue to cite that says FOX viewers are "less knowledgeable" than viewers of other networks. If their is such research, it was probably produced by MSNBC which by the way has a viewership that is less than 10% of that of FOX.

posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 23:02

Carter: Advice for dealing with police

@Georgia Boy: Everybody with a monocle of brainpower knows NPR is the "Pravda" of the democrat party. I would argue Fox News viewers are far more informed than those that would listen to NPR or MSNBC. Those viewers and listeners are all part of the "uninformed voter" society.

posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 08:57

Carter: Advice for dealing with police

@Georgia Boy: Thank you for proving my point. "Truth and facts are alien to most liberals". Given the facts of the case, I could care less what color Brown was, if I had been that police officer, I would have taken the same action he did. The Grand Jury also came to that conclusion. By the way, just to help you with a few facts, 3 members of the Grand Jury were black.

posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 08:40

Carter: Advice for dealing with police

@oldwarrior: You are exactly right. Always remember, truth and facts are generally alien to most liberals.

posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 08:22

Today's editorial cartoon

Suggestions to add to the "block": lack of personal responsibility, lack of education, victim mentality, attitude: "the country owes you a living".....these are just a few.

posted @ Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 08:16

Georgia and Grantham will meet again in Belk Bowl

Will watch on TV. Not spending money to attend the "Belk" Bowl. As a Dawg it is embarrassing, reminds me of the Poulan Weed Eater Bowl. With the talent we put on the field, our coaching staff should be embarrassed. I often wonder how many more "next years" will we be forced to endure? Sadly, more than we will like given the current HC status and the acceptance of the Athletic Board of 9 and 10 win seasons.

posted @ Monday, December 8, 2014 - 09:52

Schram: Focus on health care hurt Democrats

Obama and his democrat policies were soundly defeated this past November. Now we will finally get some bills through the Senate (Harry Reid can no longer be an obstructionist). Obama will be forced to either sign some bills into law or veto them and have him and his party continue to obstruct progress.

I hope the democrats run Hillary in 2016, especially since she just stated we should have empathy for our enemies. Is this woman playing with a full deck? When I was in Vietnam, I had one feeling for my enemy, kill him or he will kill me. Sorry Hillary, since you have never been in a combat situation, your level of thinking is offensive to all veterans and current active duty military.

posted @ Sunday, December 7, 2014 - 07:25

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