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Keyon Wilson Sues Cleo Restaurant Over Alleged Anti-Gay, Racist Discrimination

Keyon Wilson Sues Cleo Restaurant Over Alleged Anti-Gay, Racist Discrimination

Commented Feb 23, 2013 at 02:12:41 in Los Angeles

“Here Here!!!! Can this comment get some traction?”
Keyon Wilson Sues Cleo Restaurant Over Alleged Anti-Gay, Racist Discrimination

Keyon Wilson Sues Cleo Restaurant Over Alleged Anti-Gay, Racist Discrimination

Commented Feb 23, 2013 at 01:53:06 in Los Angeles

“Yes James... we ALL have relevance. In this case it doesn't have to be a phrase from Jonathan Brent the third..Sweet Brown's phrase was perfectly applicable.”
Keyon Wilson Sues Cleo Restaurant Over Alleged Anti-Gay, Racist Discrimination

Keyon Wilson Sues Cleo Restaurant Over Alleged Anti-Gay, Racist Discrimination

Commented Feb 21, 2013 at 19:48:33 in Los Angeles

“...YEA hate to say it, 'let's just keep the harrassment going..' are you for real? Right now especially in this economic time people just want to work- not put up with all of that phychological bullcrap!!
Why should anyone have to endure "hazing" at work? In the famous words of Sweet Brown "ain't nobody got time for that!!!!"
To the people who feel the need to harrass those that are different from them in the workplace I have some advice for you... Get Your Life. Don't use people to make yourself feel better about yourself, stand out on your own, let your work shine, get something positive going on in your life. STOP using the ISMS as job security.”

jamesgeronimo on Feb 21, 2013 at 20:46:33

“Sweet Brown? Really?”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 18:25:43 in Politics

“:o) Good job! You are no joke huh.  I will call you The Finisher. You will go to the end... now I will take a gander as you suggest.  ok, i will be out for the rest of the evening  but i willl be back”

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 21:50:57

“you ask for conversation, and i'm giving you as intellegent conversation as I can without being actually invested in the topics I'm talking about (i have a good beginers knowledge though about how a lot of it works). I'm sure some of the smarter commenters on the site could argue finer points about how paul is well-meaning (or even stupid and ill concieved, a bit harsh but i know its there, why cover your ears to the truth). But if I HAD to vote republican, paul wouldl be my first choice. So don't feel too discouraged about your hero. LIke I said originally: he's a good and well meaning, I just don't agree with some of his points, his rhetoric on goverment is a bit too strong otherwise for my palate but he's been consistent with that message. I'm sure if it were paul vs. obama: I think that as much as i'd want obama to win, paul would probably because he's easy enough to swallow for "glazed" democrats and the republicans "anyone but obama" stance. ”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 18:20:39 in Politics

“Excuse me, but federal tax withholding is
primarily what I am talking about but not exclusively because none of this tariff was applied
directly to the citizen for merely existing and breathing. We applied taxes/
tariffs to products. We now pay taxes to
work. Question? Have you ever run a business? Started one legally? Registered everything,
paid the enormous fees...etc? Don’t get me wrong we need regulation. What the republican are proposing is far from
what I want, but we are dealing with two extremes.. Ron would pull back on both
sides.I think we want the same things overall, but I think we should try a different path. Rep Dem Rep Dem Rep Dem...i dont vacation much. I lost my business in this economy. Millions of our kids are ignorant. The food is bad.  Judges are not upholding civil laws.  Maybe we ought to seriously look at something different.  I want Obama to have a second term, but at the same time I am very curious to see such a dramatic view on policy in place.  Would be quite interesting.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 14:24:23 in Politics

“Why are you making things up?  I am stating facts, not opinions. I guess you are trying to discredit me..well, try using my own words to discredit me instead of making things up. Your mentality-------> Im rubber your glue...nan na nan na boo boo.  lol.  I am going to call you Al Bundy. He never had a sensible argument, but he was good at calling names.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 14:19:23 in Politics

“Firstly, here is a site like about
taxes.http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0005921.html/

Second, is TSA for us when, have you heard any of the many many
search problems with TSA? We for decades without such seizures of ALL citizens.
Wait, 911 right, explains everything. WE lost behind 911.

EPA/ FDA -  Ron Paul sounds
extreme when he say they are useless, it’s like saying our police officers now
are useless. I understand him to mean their practices. Police do not really do
police work anymore. They are more like security guards for the corporations
and the rich tax enforcers i.e. ticket writers. Yes we need the police, but
jeez talk about over stepping. I think that’s what he means. He doesn't want
the wild wild west. Notice that he cannot be discredited, so they just leave
him out all together. (media) Note how many times he (doesn’t)come up on this
site, meanwhile he has an event coming up...and his followers will be there
w/out media help.

 ”

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 16:14:47

“looking your link.. stil doesn't prove my point wrong, because you still paid taxes, just not income taxes. http://books.google.com/books?id=tfzpzllfTdAC&pg=PA187#v=onepage&q&f=false... tariffs are still taxes and while perhaps taxes were at an all time low (for the time) there also wasn't much of america to run yet. Now is much bigger entity with many more goals. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taxation_history_of_the_United_States#cite_note-0 (a bit breif but there).”

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 16:06:02

“Okay, okay, but its not about interpreting from your perspectivce because that is totally useless. What you want is what he says and don't interpret too much. 9/11 is when the TSA was created. so 9/11 is not a good event to look to. but I agree there has been some events that make me question how the police and the TSA are acting but its hard to point to a solution. But the FDA and the EPA aren't exactly overstepping their bounds too much. They are doing exactly as instructed and have succeeded in more ways than one. There might be some waste, but that will always be a case.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 14:03:18 in Politics

“My understanding; the problem is when the property was bought it was not clearly stated it as a wetland property. Later EPA assessed it as wetland, told the property owners what to do on the land and assessed fines if they did not comply.
Imagine you buy a piece of property ($$) you begin to develop the said property ($$) you are told that you must reverse your development ($$) and begin to develop how EPA suggests ($$) or be fined ($$) All of this on your dime. If EPA deems this space wetland after a sale, why not give a more simple option of paying the owners cost of property. The owners just took a massive loss, massive ($$). Wetland areas should have been established before the sale of it.
It's like buying a property near a park, then being told that it is part of the park and you must plant trees there instead a house as you planned. You paid for excavation, bought brick, pipe, the whole nine yards. It was never established as part of the park prior to sale, or no one new besides.. (EPA) (Follow my logic). Easy solution, pay for their error in not establishing it as park grounds prior to sale. Split the cost; reimburse cost of property. Protect our wetlands, but don't screw ppl over in the process. It’s the EPA as a body, not being held to certain standards of practice, not the actual regulation of environment

.”

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 14:54:46

http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/11pdf/10-1062.pdf
okay, so they just got over the suit of even having a trial, not even the material in the trial. But it went through two courts and then the supreme. But it doesn't seem to be a "you don't get your land" but a compliance charge and fee. But the trial is on semantics whether the APA can be used as defense in this trial alone. So to go back to your premise, "property needs to be declared as wetlands" it is expressively defined in the CWA. So, if you would like to take a gander. :D (also know that I have not called any derogatory remarks and checked your sources that you linked).”

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 14:33:52

“you didn't read my wiki C&P did you? It says that in my wiki article "
that the Sacketts had illegally placed fill material into jurisdictional wetlands on their property. " Otherwise, your comment makes sense.This building was near a lake. Which are regulated by the CWA. Also Paul specifically mentions the waste and regulations but would rather attack them on their out of hand rhetoric (he uses the same with FDA,TSA, etc.) I don't know what the land was classified prior to the case (i'm pretty sure it was already classified as wetland) so admittedly maybe it wasn't but let me read through the case. ”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 11:45:32 in Politics

“RonPaul is the truth. He has been trying to wake us all up to what is going on. Exactly what I said before, fines and fines and fine... what??? why? Because these govt agencies say so. Taxes plus fines... how can WE prosper. Think about it. I pay so much in taxes, not just from my paycheck, sales, but fines, fees, licenses, and so on and so on.

Tell me what you think.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 11:40:29 in Politics

“Please, Please Watch this. I want to speak with you again. Because like I said before I am terrible conflicted. But I never hear Obama talking about this.

IN FACT EVERYONE WATCH THIS VIDEO. RON PAUL IS FOR US IN A BIG HUGE WAY. ITS SUCH A BIG WAY THAT WE CAN'T EVEN BELIEVE HE MUST BE CRAZY IF WE ARE GOING TO GET OUR FREEDOMS BACK.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MdMegE-JTE&feature=colike

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 12:03:07

“see the problem is that: 
The plaintiffs, Mike and Chantell Sackett, purchased an approximately half-acre parcel of land near Priest Lake, Idaho, on which they planned to build a house. Shortly after they began clearing the lot, the Sacketts received a Compliance Order from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, asserting that the property was subject to the Clean Water Act, and that the Sacketts had illegally placed fill material into jurisdictional wetlands on their property. After trying unsuccessfully to obtain a hearing from the EPA, the Sacketts filed suit demanding an opportunity to contest the jurisdictional basis of the Compliance Order.[1] So already, RP seems suspect because he said without rhyme or reason: but there is a reason. ”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 11:21:39 in Politics

““First of all understand that I love the enviroment, I also love tech. I understand the reason why regulations are there. Now R.P. is a libertarian. which means he emphasizes "government should be small" movement. I disagree with his insistance that the EPA be defunded, BOE be defunded rhetoric. Now of course, this is only based on his party stance. So, i'll get back on why I don't like him beyond party stance (he strongly embodies the libertarian party). ” Cool, I hear you. But, is FDA working for the American people? I guess the TSA is too. Let's see rbST, rbGH, Pink Slime, Micky-D fries, searches, tickets, fines, penalties. EPA should be a main stay, but I would like to hear the argument as to why he wants to end it. Originally, we had no federal taxes, many freedoms. Now we just have tons of corruption and greed that WE pay for. We are imprisoned when we protest against paying for certain things. In that sense, I think we can use a little less gov't. I am going to keep watching and listening to RonPaul, he's really got my attention right now.
But I do hear ya point, thanx for tha chat!”

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 11:55:19

“Okay, the TSA is working for the people when you think about it (since security pre-9/11 was terrible) but I would also say that it was passed under bush (and extended under obama, i get that). EPA doesn't regulate everything under the sun but rather sensible pollution controls based on scientific observations, which they change after new data. (paul argues that EPA is useless and regulations are harmful). We always had federal taxation. One of the biggest proclaims in the revolutionary war is: taxation without representation. But we still paid it. its never not been there. Please cite/link a time when we did not. (because reasonably when our government was formed you had to pay lawmakers somehow and you needed a treasury to do that) Corruption: that is what regulations are there for. But to say there is absolutely no corruption is impossible because there's corruption in business too. In fact there's corruption almost everywhere. Regulations try to make sure that everything is uniform and that anything less, you might be getting scammed. Yes, we can live with "smaller government" but pres. Obama is trying to streamline and conglomerate houses to elimate as much waste and corruption. The FDA is a different story. SAFETY! if you remember my initial argument is that regulations are there for safety and FDA is supposed to be there to limit the amount of posioned food that goes on the market, the amount of gross salt levels and fat that go into your food. They've”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 10:43:46 in Politics

“I am saying. F.O.! DH! Got it?
Your replies will not be responded to. Anyone who cares to talk about the loss of some of our freedoms and how it can affect us individually and as a nation feel free. Why were such overturns of law necessary? How our children can be affected by these changes as they grow older in this country. There are many way we can discuss this bill. However, a childish way will not be the way I will engage.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 10:35:00 in Politics

“Don't tell me what I am thinking. Insult after insult...why are
you so angry and combative. Read what I wrote and tell me where I ever said any
of what you are saying. Listen I have come to realize certain people are here
simply to show the world how smart they are and how dumb everyone else is. (As
that is their reality) I refuse to join you in that crusade. I am here for
conversations; exchanges of thought. I do not presume to know what you are
thinking and or what you feel.

The matter at hand is a Bill and the Patriot Act. The matter at
hand is that these 2 pieces of legislature has stripped us of certain and
particular rights. These rights were put in place over 100 years ago for a
reason. Now we are constantly under unconstitutional searches i.e., TSA.

Your opinion of my intellect is irrelevant, just as you opinion of
my mental health. You begin you reply with "Simmer down" then begin
to berate me and tell me what I think. (Not what you think, you are telling me
what I think, wow)

Based on your 2 non-responsive responses I think you have not
learned how to engage in a productive conversation. Conversations where the
participants engage, learn, and grow.

Anyone can throw insults around....anyone. But not all can share
thoughts and ideas in an organized manner.

So, pay close attention. Try very hard to imagine what I am saying
to you”

sieiantn on Jul 25, 2012 at 13:26:59

“Whatever was I thinking? You know! You're absolutely right! And I also heard that Obama was going to take away our right to wear blue jeans! On top of that Obama has now made it illegal to practice Chritianity unless you can PROVE that you are not a Muslim! And then I heard that he was going to require every American to wear a sign taped to their forehead to PROVE that they are a citizen! Thanks for the heads up DezertEase. I never realized how far he had gone!
P.S. I also heard that he was now requiring your dog to prove citizenship! Will his insanity ever cease!”

DezertEase on Jul 25, 2012 at 10:43:46

“I am saying. F.O.! DH! Got it?
Your replies will not be responded to. Anyone who cares to talk about the loss of some of our freedoms and how it can affect us individually and as a nation feel free. Why were such overturns of law necessary? How our children can be affected by these changes as they grow older in this country. There are many way we can discuss this bill. However, a childish way will not be the way I will engage.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 05:48:04 in Politics

“Two fingers... two = the peace sign. Man you
are one a trip right now. Never did I talk about your spelling, I didn’t quite
understand your info, I couldn't get through the rant. 1 opinion, dude plz let's
just part ways amicably. This is my last reply to you.”

radiojunkie on Jul 25, 2012 at 05:50:51

“I won't hold my breath.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 04:52:45 in Politics

“Dude, I am the same. The fact is these Bills were passed. I wanted
to talk about them, but you took it as a challenge... please read my comments, and
then compare them to yours. I voted for Obama, I love a lot of things that he
has done...however this bill was a BIG one.

I don't like talking with you. You have something to prove. I am
not here for that, I just want to exchange ideas. And because you now have
learned things about me that you didn't know ...I have picked up? No, you just
got to know a little bit more about my thoughts, through a NORMAL conversation
that I was having with someone else. Plz don’t reply again, your relevancy is
over. Peace.”

radiojunkie on Jul 25, 2012 at 05:35:11

“Two finger peace! Visions of Gandhi flipping me off...

"The fact is these Bills were passed."

Not exactly sure how you'd have approached it but you'd have the same number of options Obama had - one.

"Plz don’t reply again, your relevancy is
over."

Let's see, you've referenced spelling, grammar, normality and flipped me off. If my info wasn't relevant I'm inclined to imagine you would have corrected it?”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 03:44:20 in Politics

“Aight, do you want to try something? Youtube Ron Paul.  Tell me if you can find annnything you don't agree with with him.  But 10 to 1 I will be voting for Obama again. But real talk, I am conflicted because I really like RonPaul.  Don't get me wrong at all.. Obama is doing a great job, but I dont think Ron will run after 2012, he's getting up there in age.  And I am very curious to see how his politics will work for this country.  I think Gov't would get its foot off of our necks. Fines, tickets, arrests, searches, all these things are costly on individuals as well as the fact that  we pay them to do it to us, lol. IDK, like I said I am conflicted. Why don't you like him?”

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 06:41:32

“Another stance: why we should convert our money to gold backed (not feduciary backed). It makes sense on the front, but our money has never worked like that for a reason. That assumes we have access to enough gold to support the money we have (and is out there in the world). And frankly gold is a rare mineral. we don't find more gold easily, that's why its price is where it is. Now what if we needed to trade with other nations? we would be giving away gold and not getting any back ( the rest of the world mostly works on feduciary system). What if a disaster struck and the gold mines collasped? it would spike money to unbelievable heights in a money rush. Sorta like how China hordes and controls the silicon market. What many people fail to take into account when arguing business decisions in the government is that we don't live in a bubble. money just doesn't circulate here alone. We are "sending" too much money overseas, much of which is due to the tech boom and the rare metals boom. Most people don't like to admit it, but America is devoid of many resources. You can find things here and there but america in the industrial boom destroyed the environment and took many resources. I'm hardly blameless in this episode, but we need to do an about face in our thinking. Before I continue, I'll look up more, but you notice the thread and how this is all about giving”

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 06:25:40

“First of all understand that I love the enviroment, I also love tech. I understand the reason why regulations are there. Now R.P. is a libertarian. which means he emphasizes "government should be small" movement. I disagree with his insistance that the EPA be defunded, BOE be defunded rhetoric. Now of course, this is only based on his party stance. So, i'll get back on why I don't like him beyond party stance (he strongly embodies the libertarian party). ”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 03:14:21 in Politics

“It did. I am opposed to both.  Equally. Its just that I don't think a lot of people know what Obama did, so I wanted to put it on the table for discussion.  I voted for Obama, probably will again... but honestly I think I want Ron Paul. But I doubt he will win anything because people think he is not in the race any more”

DezertEase on Jul 25, 2012 at 11:45:32

“RonPaul is the truth. He has been trying to wake us all up to what is going on. Exactly what I said before, fines and fines and fine... what??? why? Because these govt agencies say so. Taxes plus fines... how can WE prosper. Think about it. I pay so much in taxes, not just from my paycheck, sales, but fines, fees, licenses, and so on and so on.

Tell me what you think.”

Darkingz on Jul 25, 2012 at 03:23:19

“Okay, fair enough. Yes, pres. Obama did several things I did not like including the NDAA (well parts of it, from what I understand of the bill there are parts I still like). I dislike paul, but I don't fault him too much because at least he's consistent (for the most part) and sticks to his convictions. ”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 03:10:51 in Politics

““Obama isn't a dictator” - I never said that.  Its more like how
Clinton’s deregulation allowed for what happened in the housing market
industry. Not saying that Clinton exploited those deregs, but someone did... a
lot of some ones. So Bush and Obama passed these Bills that leave the citizen
quite a bit vulnerable, whereas another President or high official could
exploit those laws.

Now all that jive and ranting you are doing, I don't understand. I
speak in complete comprehensible sentences; even if I am right or wrong.  Now, a real dialogue cannot begin between you
and I until you speak my coherently. Remember I am reading what you are saying.  And you are all over the place. Infact, let's end here.  You seem to be so angry and bent on insulting me that your message is lost in the rant. If there is anyone out there that can shed some light on this so called conversation please contribute.  As for RadioJunky, you get the two fingers.. Peace. ”

radiojunkie on Jul 25, 2012 at 04:24:18

“Sounds to me like you picked up quite a bit up since the last post.

"So Bush and Obama passed these Bills that leave the citizen
quite a bit vulnerable,"

Obama tried to do just the opposite of Bush. Republicans told him to take a hike.

"whereas another President or high official could exploit those laws."

Not if Obama gets a second term and Republicans decide to cooperate and/or a new majority takes over in 2013. The GITMO saga isn't over. We just have to wait for the stars to align, i.e. congressional act (which requires 60 votes in the Senate and a simple majority in the house.)

"you get the two fingers.."

You got two years of relevance.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 25, 2012 at 00:19:28 in Politics

“Its better than naught,  however with or without that provision, that bill was not what America stood for  for over a century.  Wars were more prevalent in the past, why change laws now. 911?  We have been on the soil of many countries..terrorizing. (I am not arguing about that) But just imagine those rules being applied to our military brothers and sister. And I do believe that according to the wording of that bill, our military will be allowed to use those laws against particular citizens of US. - check it out. By the way- thank for an intelligible answer.  I will also investigate what you have said.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 24, 2012 at 23:57:40 in Politics

“No, noone has ever accused me of being out of touch with reality.  However I challenge you to, instead of trying assess my mental health state, prove me wrong.   Bush signed the Partriot Act and Obama came behind him and signed the  National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).   Anyone could read any solid form of media, newspaper, or go directly to any gov't website that discloses the bills signed and you will see that what I am saying is true.  You used lots of words to say absolutely nothing about what I have written, you only talked about the fact that I wrote it.  Anyone, feel free to learn about how we have lost our rights.   The entire federal withholding tax goes directly to the national debt, we need to pay it off, hence we need more people to pay taxes (thats why you see such attacks on abortion rights).  And the squeeze that is about to be put onto the poor, working poor and middle class is going to be so excessive that  these bills will allow removal of those that break and rebel... they will be labeled terrorist..or not; just read what the military will be able to do. I will only respond to "real" answers and questions on my remarks.  You hoaxsters... F.O.!”

sieiantn on Jul 25, 2012 at 06:46:25

“Simmer down. This is all an exaggeration that you are suppose to believe. You're also suppose to believe that Bush started, and Obama is carrying forward the creation of a "new Country" to include Canada, the USA, and Mexico. This "new Country" is going to create a market set on dominating the world, and achieving great power for the 1% elite of the "New Nation". Now go read another document that you can more accurately interpret, like a Spiderman comicbook. That's nearer to reality than your parroted interpretation of the doom and gloom that Obama is covertly creating.”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 24, 2012 at 23:39:08 in Politics

“Ahhh, what? Simple english please. I know you insulted my intelligence in there somewhere.  Please simplify... Did or did not Pres. BO sign this bill. The answer would be yes. And under that bill, is it or is it not true- the U.S. military has the "legal" right to conduct secret kidnappings of U.S. citizens, followed by indefinite detention, interrogation, torture and even murder. This is all conducted completely outside the protection of law, with no jury, no trial, no legal representation and not even any requirement that the government produce evidence against the accused.  2 questions, 2 simple answers please.  No insults.”

radiojunkie on Jul 25, 2012 at 01:56:27

“pg 3

Write your representatives. Tell them to cooperate with whoever attempts to return to sanity. Then we might regain our Miranda rights for domestic terrorists. If we don't get that opportunity, post your ire of the circus that politicized the process and told the president NO!

Presidents can't executive-order away acts of Congress. It'll take an act of Congress to close GITMO.”

radiojunkie on Jul 25, 2012 at 01:56:01

“Now where were we? Oh yeah, codification time. That's where Bush's loose ends were required by law to be tied in place and Obama just so happened to be the guy on watch. We're not going to allow domestic enemy combatants to run around while we get our prosecutions-in-civilian-courts act back together. So GITMO it is - until.

Try to resist the temptation to blame the only branch of government which sought to preserve our Miranda rights. Miranda rights means rights for all, not who we cherry pick.

One more thing to chew on. Rummy had sole discretion on who went to GITMO. Obama had codification changed so that future GITMO candidates have to be condemned by the Sec of Def, the Sec of State and the president, who says he won't send any prisoners to GITMO. That would delay attempts to close it

Are you aware Republicans blocked efforts to repatriate about 82 prisoners already cleared for release? Bush repatriated 792 so what's f'n deal? Anything to do with the Mau Mau fascist muslim? I'd bet the house on that.

Blocking repatriation efforts is to keep us from closing GITMO so private contractors can make their money contribute to Republicans. Hand shaky anyone?

Blocking repatriation efforts is to keep us from prosecutions in civilian courts. Miranda for domestics won't return until we end tribunals.”

radiojunkie on Jul 25, 2012 at 01:55:08

“pg 1

Want it simple enough to miss all over again? I'm not going to humor your basic extrapolations.

Obama isn't a dictator.

Bush likey GITMO so much, Bush arm-twisted all branches of gub to keep it.

Remember terrorists? No such thing. Bushy made it so that terrorists once tried in civilian courts were now "enemy combatants" that require tribunals, not civilian prosecutions. Bush may have realized he was opening the door to indefinite detention for domestics but I doubt it. Any American thick enough to want tribunals certainly didn't think about it.

Some of our real winners think we can punk internationals with GITMO and caudal potential domestic mass murderers with Miranda rights. Sounds kinda whacked, doesn't it?

Remember the public opinion polls asking Americans if they'd favor returning to prosecuting "terrorists" in civilian courts? Enough Americans polled, WE LIKEY GITMO! to make a circus of the process. While Obama was attempting to convince Congress we don't need GITMO, mouth breathers were picketing the steps of THE district courthouse in question. Even Bloomberg said, "I don't want to spend the money on security". Every Republican in congress got on the television and said no to closing GITMO.

Is it worth spending a billion dollars for reform that wouldn't pass? The black man has to deal with recalcitrants and their "un American" canard. That means the people required to return where you wish to be won't cooperate. :)”
House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

House GOP Regulatory Reform Bill Mistakes 'Employment' For 'Unemployment'

Commented Jul 24, 2012 at 21:15:09 in Politics

“(NaturalNews) One of the most extraordinary documents in human history -- the Bill of Rights -- has come to an end under President Barack Obama. Derived from sacred principles of natural law, the Bill of Rights has come to a sudden and catastrophic end with the President's signing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a law that grants the U.S. military the "legal" right to conduct secret kidnappings of U.S. citizens, followed by indefinite detention, interrogation, torture and even murder. This is all conducted completely outside the protection of law, with no jury, no trial, no legal representation and not even any requirement that the government produce evidence against the accused. It is a system of outright government tyranny against the American people, and it effectively nullifies the Bill of Rights

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/034537_NDAA_Bill_of_Rights_Obama.html#ixzz21anK9Ca4

Darkingz on Jul 24, 2012 at 22:59:26

“oh like the patriot act didn't end our bill of rights either. which was pushed by *ahem* bush”

radiojunkie on Jul 24, 2012 at 21:46:26

“Dude, you have to read more than ad-sales media to know what you're talking about. Press you far enough and you'll eventually eschew even constitutional authority with your, "sacred principles of natural law" canard.

That's the trump card every static interpreter holds. You better get one because when the Constitution doesn't ring yer bell, Gawd and Nature say, "The world according to dizzy tease is sacrosanct."

The only thing the Constitution represents to static interpreters is means to an end. Get's in the static-interpreters way? Makes a great fire-starter to dance around like wild savages.”

sieiantn on Jul 24, 2012 at 21:39:02

“Has anybody ever accused you of being completely out of touch with reality? No? Gee that's hard to believe. I suggest that you run, do not walk, but run, to your nearest mental health center for an evaluation. Tell them that you are suffering from delusions and hallucinations brought about by GOP lead propaganda. They will know what you are talking about. This "break from reality" has become quite prevalent over the last three years of GOP desperation.”

K August on Jul 24, 2012 at 21:19:46

“I guess you missed the part about the NDAA being Veto-Proof?
And you also missed his signing statement?

"The administration also pushed Congress to change a provision that would have denied U.S. citizens suspected of terrorism the right to trial and could have subjected them to indefinite detention. Lawmakers eventually dropped the military custody requirement for U.S. citizens or lawful U.S. residents.

"My administration will not authorize the indefinite military detention without trial of American citizens," Obama said in the signing statement. "Indeed, I believe that doing so would break with our most important traditions and values as a nation."”
Mitt Romney's Foreign Policy Address Sidesteps Syria, Hits Obama On Leaks

Mitt Romney's Foreign Policy Address Sidesteps Syria, Hits Obama On Leaks

Commented Jul 24, 2012 at 18:33:51 in World

“Mitt Romney is vacant body for hire. If I had to pick a Republican I would go for Ron Paul. He has convictions and substance. He doesn't dance for the highest bidder and he actually cares about our country. Not like old Mitt over here- taking his every last dime out of America. He probably filed a statement and paid no Federal Taxes to this country what so ever. He’s probably a sovereign Citizen and he doesn't want us to see that. What a whack job! He is like that Italian cruise ship captain that jumped ship. Willard’s money jumped ship when Americans needed it most. His jobs jumped ship and he even tried to have government jobs jump ship when he was governor- but he COULDN'T. He is a great big ole sack of malleable horse manure.”
huffingtonpost entry

Mitt Romney Tax Returns Released: Paid Just 13.9% Rate In 2010, Had Swiss Bank Account

Commented Jul 23, 2012 at 21:46:39 in Politics

“AYe, we havent forgotten. SHOW YOUR TAX RETURNS! EVERYONE PLZ POST TO WILLARD MITT ROMNEY IF YOU WANT TO SEE HIS TAX RETURNS. Huff Post don't censor me”
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