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No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#897361 May 4, 2013
RealDave will eat anything the Boy Messiah shits on his plate.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#897362 May 4, 2013
The Gospel of Alex Jones

He’s an evangelist for conspiracy theology.

Infowars is a misnomer. At its core, 9/11-truther Alex Jones’s infamous website is not about “info.” It’s about faith. Jones shows less interest in marshaling information to convince people of his various conspiracy theories than in preaching a theology. He’s not your everyday screed-monger. Rather, he’s an evangelist, and he’s looking for converts, and, judging by the size of his audience, he’s pretty good at making them.

Jones’s theories have sometimes gained currency outside Infowars. His website recently reported that the Department of Homeland Security was buying a notable amount of ammunition, suggesting that it was a federal attempt to raise the price of ammunition or create a stockpile for use against an armed uprising by citizens. A number of news outlets reported on the purchases. Representatives Jason Chaffetz (R., Utah) and Jim Jordan (R., Ohio) led a House subcommittee hearing on the matter. And Senator Jim Inhofe (R., Okla.) and Representative Frank Lucas (R., Okla.) introduced legislation pushing for more accountability on ammunition purchases by government agencies. But, as tends to be the case with Infowars’ narratives, it turns out to be a non-issue: The DHS buys large quantities of ammo to use at law-enforcement training centers, and there’s little change in the quantity purchased this year compared with previous years.

Regardless of how you feel about the DHS’s buying ammunition, this could be the year “Alex Jones” becomes a household name.

Jones stands out not for sharing disconnected theories explaining things that have happened in the world; instead, he presents a cosmology that demands full faith and adherence. If you are lukewarm, Alex Jones will spit you out.

Before we get into that, it’s important to bear in mind just how out-there unstable Jones appears to be. This is the man who, after going on a high-speed paranoiac rant on Piers Morgan Tonight about gun control, returned to his Manhattan hotel room to make a video in which he claimed to be under surveillance by hostile government agents. This is the man who proudly describes himself as the nation’s preeminent 9/11-truther. This is the man who, as Alexander Zaitchik put it in a Rolling Stone profile, makes Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck “sound like tea-sipping NPR hosts on Zoloft.”

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/346957/...

Alex Jones has the optimism you can have only if you think everything has already gone to Hell. It’s easy to write him off as a kook and a lunatic, but that’s what they did to Jeremiah. The difference between Jones and Jeremiah, of course, is that Jones appears to be a paranoiac.

It’s all fairly consistent, too — bat-feces crazy, but essentially consistent. Infowars isn’t just a website; it’s a way to live. Alex Jones wants to make you a believer.

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No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#897363 May 4, 2013
Democrat and guns are a recipe for Mental illness and disaster.
PDUPONT

Holyoke, MA

#897364 May 4, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Maryland sympathizes with Islamic terrorists.
We need a President with the balls to send this scum to Gitmo.
Really douche nozzle how are they doing that? Because they did away with the death penalty? Terrorists are charged, tried and punished under Federal law nitwit not state law.
You're an idiot!
Really douche nozzle how are they doing that? Because they did away with the death penalty? Terrorists are charged, tried and punished under Federal law nitwit not state law.
You're an idiot!

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Seminole, FL

#897366 May 4, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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Really douche nozzle how are they doing that? Because they did away with the death penalty? Terrorists are charged, tried and punished under Federal law nitwit not state law.
You're an idiot!
Really douche nozzle how are they doing that? Because they did away with the death penalty? Terrorists are charged, tried and punished under Federal law nitwit not state law.
You're an idiot!
It's better to confess you're an idiot and ignorant than provide it PDUPONT...
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#897367 May 4, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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You get accepted based on your academics.
Scholarships are based on both need and academics. My daughter received scholarships awarded prior to any applications for financial aid. These were based on her HS record.
like he said-


Even National Merit Scholars receive little or nothing unless they have financial need.
Middle class families need not apply.

Need a clearer descriptive?

It's pretty much "Flockyou, honest working class tax payer" bleed coins and then whither in the lousy job markets.
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#897368 May 4, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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Really douche nozzle how are they doing that? Because they did away with the death penalty? Terrorists are charged, tried and punished under Federal law nitwit not state law.
You're an idiot!
Really douche nozzle how are they doing that? Because they did away with the death penalty? Terrorists are charged, tried and punished under Federal law nitwit not state law.
You're an idiot!
Remodel Gitmo-according to prison environments of originations of offenders.
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#897369 May 4, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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Now now now.
That's the Old Testament. It doesn't count anymore unless it talks about homosexuality.
When Moses came down off the mountain, God ordered him to kill al the infidels worshiping the Golden Calf.
Republicans today protect those who worship the "Golden Calf" today.
So do the other labelduhm label bobbleheads, at least the ones sans any real scruples of ethics anyway, Duh a Vey.

(aka as "The poliTICo slurpage and usurpage of jackboot heel-licking anything on the plates of 101" Duhmmy.)
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#897370 May 4, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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You're looking for mysteries where there are none Carol. Barack Obama was one of many college grads who spent time looking for work after graduating. His stint at the Developing Communities Project, run under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago was an important stepping stone for him. Schools like Harvard Law often look beyond grades and often weigh actual experience into the mix.
Obama worked with actual people and tried to make their communities stronger and encouraged the younger residents to better themselves. There's nothing wrong with that.
Did you read the book?

It was an interesting read.

I am still pondering how regime behaviors in Jakarta in the 60's and 70's, were actually negatively affected or influenced, by anything having anything to do with the United States.

Care to opine?
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#897371 May 4, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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We have the First Amendment that protects all religions.
You're an idiot!
Yeah... that means CIVIL laws apply to ALL extremist, zealot, terrorist type jihadi's of anything, and any violators of them can and will qualify to have their violations of held against them.

As in pathetic and contemptable PC excuses for and or of, by lame brain libuhrulTics, are non-acceptable!
Patriot

Boulder, CO

#897372 May 4, 2013
USA WAKE UP! MASSIVE tornado outbreak was predicted by HAARP rings

Patriot

Boulder, CO

#897373 May 4, 2013
Multiple antennas producing small heated, and cooled areas above transmitters

http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/39...

“Amor patriae.”

Since: Feb 08

Eastern Oregon

#897374 May 4, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
RealDave will eat anything the Boy Messiah shits on his plate.
Dave represents the white side of Obama - probably why he never mentions it.
Patriot

Boulder, CO

#897375 May 4, 2013
US Navy Labs create Plasma Spheres (rings) using HAARP

Patriot

Boulder, CO

#897376 May 4, 2013
THE REAL TRUTH BEHIND HAARP Futzing With the Weather

lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#897377 May 4, 2013
HOUSTON (The Borowitz Report)—National Rifle Association C.E.O. Wayne LaPierre used his opening speech at the N.R.A.’s national convention today to highlight several challenges facing the organization, including what he called “the rising cost of Senators.”

“Over the past few years, we’ve seen the price of purchasing a Senator surge astronomically,” he told the N.R.A. faithful.“Unless something is done to make Senators more affordable, the ability of a tiny lobbying group to overrule the wishes of ninety per cent of the American people will be in jeopardy.”

The days are over, he said, when “you could buy a Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) for little more than pocket change.”

“Now it costs thousands to purchase a marginally effective Senator like Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.),” he said.

Mr. LaPierre was followed at the podium by the former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, the rock musician Ted Nugent, and several other people who would not pass background checks.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#897378 May 4, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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HEY STUPID! Wal-Mart destroys more jobs when they come into a community than they provide. The jobs they provide are so low paying that their employees have to apply for supplemental assistance and food stamps.
• Wal-Mart's intentionally low wages force employees to need approximately $420,000 per year, per store, totaling $2.66 BILLION annually in food stamps and other taxpayer assistance…to survive.
• Wal-Mart's intentionally low wages cost the country HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of dollars in payroll tax deductions for Federal, State, and Local taxes.
• Wal-Mart's intentionally low wages cost our communities the ability to hire and retain important public service workers like firefighters, police officers, maintenance workers, and teachers.
• Wal-Mart's intentionally low wages cost our communities with their increased need for those same public services they are underfunding.
• Wal-Mart's intentionally low wages and lack of covered benefits cost taxpayers over $1.02 BILLION a year in healthcare costs.
• Wal-Mart's intentionally low wages cost taxpayers as much as $225 MILLION in free and reduced price lunches for school-age children.
• Wal-Mart's intentionally low wages cost taxpayers over $780 MILLION in tax deductions for low-income families.
You're an idiot Jimmy!
I wonder if any of these morons will read and comprehend the magnitude of this.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#897379 May 4, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
HOUSTON (The Borowitz Report)—National Rifle Association C.E.O. Wayne LaPierre used his opening speech at the N.R.A.’s national convention today to highlight several challenges facing the organization, including what he called “the rising cost of Senators.”
“Over the past few years, we’ve seen the price of purchasing a Senator surge astronomically,” he told the N.R.A. faithful.“Unless something is done to make Senators more affordable, the ability of a tiny lobbying group to overrule the wishes of ninety per cent of the American people will be in jeopardy.”
The days are over, he said, when “you could buy a Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) for little more than pocket change.”
“Now it costs thousands to purchase a marginally effective Senator like Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.),” he said.
Mr. LaPierre was followed at the podium by the former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, the rock musician Ted Nugent, and several other people who would not pass background checks.
Gee Whiz, Thanks for the laughs, just because you couldn't pass a background check, doesn't mean everyone has your record? I am very sure Ted Nugent has passed numerous checks in his home state of Michigan. Keep blowing it out your a**, you're the comedy on these threads.

Since: Apr 13

Orlando, FL

#897380 May 4, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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I'm in agreement on this; what about smoking a joint?
They're on their way to pass the no text and drive,$30.00 ticket, what say you?
I say, stop giving the police more excuses to harrass the public.
The possession of a joint or a small amount of marijuana is not an arrestable offense in my opinion.

But if not buckling up is dangerous, texting is even more dangerous.

It seems contradictory to me that you don't want the police to harrass the public - and I agree - but you don't mind the federal government getting right in our faces and being "all up in that". So to speak.

Since: Apr 13

Orlando, FL

#897381 May 4, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>And now you have a website "of which their numbers are continually growing"? Speaking of crap, you bible-thumping old hypocrite, if asked where you sh!t last, the most accurate answer you could give would be "everywhere."
An unprecedented 32 black republicans ran for office in the 2010 elections. So it's probably safe to say their numbers are growing without a website.

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