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  • Dod Survey that the Military Sex Abuse Scandal is Based Upon - Part 2 (For Your Comments)

    06/11/2013 5:51:59 AM PDT · 17 of 20
    newguy357 to melancholy
    I will not do what you are “advising” me to do. I don’t take orders from you or anyone else, get it?

    I’m sure you already read the above dismantling of your vaunted DoD report WITHOUT READING IT.


    LOL. You are a bloviating fool. You admit that you have no idea what's in the report or the statistical data, all of which is publicly available, and yet pretend you have the intellectual high ground. Not going to waste time arguing with a hamster like you. For the record, all your claims are wrong. Go read the survey data yourself. If you think the survey is garbage--ok, that's fine--but if that's the case, then a rational person wouldn't use the 26k number either, which is from the survey. Nor would he pretend that the 19k to 26k means anything, since it is all within the statistical noise of the surveys. Of course, if you weren't a prick absolutely dripping with pride, and actually looked at the survey data, you would realize that a larger category of sexual assaults was counted in the most recent survey relative to the earlier ones, which also removes the significance of the 19-26k change. But I'm sure you already knew that, since your bright intelligence doesn't require you to actually look at the readily available unfiltered survey data (which shows that you're 100% wrong of course...). You should leave analysis to minds better than yours. I sincerely hope you're no older than about 14, which would be the only excuse for your celebrated ignorance.

    A long time ago, FR had some rational people. They've all left or been kicked out. All I've seen for the last couple years has been imbecility like yours. People who decide in advance what they want to be true, and twist everything to fit their narrative. People like you have destroyed FR, and make us all look like idiots. This will be my last post on this site, since your idiocy is like a stench to me, and a perfect exclamation point to the long train of stupidities that have been uttered here in the last few years.
  • Dod Survey that the Military Sex Abuse Scandal is Based Upon - Part 2 (For Your Comments)

    06/10/2013 7:38:08 AM PDT · 14 of 20
    newguy357 to melancholy

    Doubling down, eh? That’s kind of funny, because this is one of those rare instances in life where things are extraordinarily cut-and-dried. It boils down to this: there is an official DoD report which is publicly available. You claim that it says X because you read some articles by journalists who claim it says X (which, as a FReeper, it’s a bit surprising that you haven’t yet realized that journalists are almost universally idiots). I claim that it says Y because I have actually read the report and it does in fact say Y. The report is available to you as well. Yet you choose to ignore it and go on a chest-beating rampage. Read the report.

    Yes, I was too rude in my initial post to you, and for that I apologize. But your repeated responses have been unhinged. Seriously, read the report. It’s publicly available.

    I have spent a lot of energy arguing against the gay rights lobby. When false numbers are thrown around, however, it only weakens the good arguments that are to be made, good arguments of which there are plenty.

  • Dod Survey that the Military Sex Abuse Scandal is Based Upon - Part 2 (For Your Comments)

    06/10/2013 7:37:53 AM PDT · 13 of 20
    newguy357 to melancholy

    Doubling down, eh? That’s kind of funny, because this is one of those rare instances in life where things are extraordinarily cut-and-dried. It boils down to this: there is an official DoD report which is publicly available. You claim that it says X because you read some articles by journalists who claim it says X (which, as a FReeper, it’s a bit surprising that you haven’t yet realized that journalists are almost universally idiots). I claim that it says Y because I have actually read the report and it does in fact say Y. The report is available to you as well. Yet you choose to ignore it and go on a chest-beating rampage. Read the report.

    Yes, I was too rude in my initial post to you, and for that I apologize. But your repeated responses have been unhinged. Seriously, read the report. It’s publicly available.

    I have spent a lot of energy arguing against the gay rights lobby. When false numbers are thrown around, however, it only weakens the good arguments that are to be made, good arguments of which there are plenty.

  • Dod Survey that the Military Sex Abuse Scandal is Based Upon - Part 2 (For Your Comments)

    06/09/2013 9:29:04 PM PDT · 11 of 20
    newguy357 to melancholy

    “Apparently you were “exposed” to male on male least-severe grabbing of butts and who knows what else. “

    By the way, I’m genuinely shocked that anyone would go here. You are a vile human being if you believe it is ever appropriate to accuse a fellow person here of being the recipient of sexual assault.

  • Dod Survey that the Military Sex Abuse Scandal is Based Upon - Part 2 (For Your Comments)

    06/09/2013 9:25:18 PM PDT · 10 of 20
    newguy357 to melancholy

    Oh you have LINKS, then you must be correct.

    Genius: You’re making assertions that are FALSE, based on FALSE assertions by journalists. Look at the ACTUAL DATA. Not some moronic link by a journalist who cannot read. Go to the DoD SAPR website. Download the DMDC survey report. It is hundreds of pages. Read the data. Yes, NYTIMES screwed up. Yes, WND screwed up (not surprising).

    READ. THE. REPORT. Why do I know what’s in there? Because I’ve had to spend the last few weeks full-time reading and analyzing it for work. You’re totally out of line. Cool down, then apologize for being an insulting fool. Pull your foot out of your mouth.

    Again: approximately half of the 26,000 victims are male and half are female (it’s slightly more than half male, but not by much). Of the male victims, about 40% were assaulted by a male, about 40% were assaulted by a female, and the other 20% didn’t reveal which. This is all in the DMDC report which the articles you cite are misquoting. Go to the data, not the journalist-filtered BS.

    You are way out of line, and making a big fool of yourself.

    Then you repeat this absolutely false line: “It was mentioned that 2% of the over 26,000 (say, 520) were women.”

    READ THE DATA. The DMDC report does NOT say that 2% of the 26,000 were women. It’s garbage, as I already told you.

  • Dod Survey that the Military Sex Abuse Scandal is Based Upon - Part 2 (For Your Comments)

    06/09/2013 11:12:42 AM PDT · 8 of 20
    newguy357 to LucyT

    Please see my comment above. The 25k number is total garbage.

  • Dod Survey that the Military Sex Abuse Scandal is Based Upon - Part 2 (For Your Comments)

    06/09/2013 11:10:49 AM PDT · 7 of 20
    newguy357 to melancholy

    Good grief. Please look at the data. Not sure where you guys are getting this supposedly 25k number of male-on-male assaults but it’s totally bogus. Of the 26,000, roughly half are male victims, and half are female victims. Of the male victims, about half have a female perpetrator and roughly half a male perpetrator.

    And yes, if you actually look at the data, instead of spouting off about what you wish were true to fulfill the conclusions you’ve already decided in advance, you’d find that the male on male crimes do in fact tend to be the least severe, i.e., the butt grabs, etc. Anyone who has ever spent any time among jocks or frat boys would not be shocked.

  • Mayor Bloomberg: Skip College and Become Plumbers

    05/19/2013 7:49:03 AM PDT · 42 of 93
    newguy357 to MamaTexan
    BTW - how much would someone have to pay you to lie down in 6" of raw sewage for 9 straight hours in order to repair a ruptured sewer line under a dialysis clinic?

    If the goal of some of you on this thread was to convince people how great it is to be a plumber, you just defeated it.
  • College Students Must Hold Their Professors Accountable

    05/07/2013 7:29:21 PM PDT · 7 of 10
    newguy357 to Kaslin

    Incompetent, incompetent, incompetent aren’t we?

  • College Students Must Hold Their Professors Accountable

    05/07/2013 6:18:58 PM PDT · 5 of 10
    newguy357 to Kaslin

    What a bizarre choice for an article picture. That’s at Caltech, not the University of Southern California. And the man in the center is Elon Musk, who is not a professor (which is sort an odd choice since the purpose of the article was to rail at professors). He was the commencement speaker. Every student in the background is someone who just received a Ph.D. in a science or engineering discipline, and who was not required to take any non-math/non-science courses—at an institution in which nearly every professor is an honest and excellent scientist/engineer, with almost no humanities profs at all. Yes, colleges have biases. But perhaps the author of this article needs to go back to school to become a bit more competent.

  • Washington Post's Chris Cillizza Calls Mark Sanford 'Turd In Political Punch Bowl'

    04/04/2013 8:16:32 PM PDT · 66 of 70
    newguy357 to AuH2ORepublican
    If we did not forgive those who have shown repentance and contrition, we would not be very good Christians. None of the three Democrat scumbags you mentioned expressed much remorse for what they did, and they certainly did not begin acting in a way that showed they were turning over a new leaf.

    You have got to be kidding. He's still engaged to his mistress. He has gotten exactly what he wanted. You may not be familiar with Christianity, but in that religion, when one repents, one is actually expected to change in a meaningful way. It's like getting caught in the middle of having sex with your neighbor's wife..."apologizing" during the act...and then finishing the act while your neighbor is still watching. Then walking out of the room with head held high. What's the problem? I apologized.

    Give me a break.
  • Charlotte-born doctor talks about time in heaven

    03/30/2013 8:23:48 PM PDT · 8 of 60
    newguy357 to boatbums

    The resurrection, and the associated new, glorified body for each resurrected person, is central to Christianity. As Paul wrote, without the resurrection our faith is nothing. Happy Easter.

  • SEXUAL ORIENTATION & OBESITY [ Federal Study Concludes Being gay is a Health Risk ]

    03/13/2013 8:29:32 PM PDT · 22 of 33
    newguy357 to DrewsDad
    I've seen studies that put their life expectancy at 42.

    Do you happen to remember what studies these were or how they might be found? I was trying to get decent life expectancy number comparisons for a variety of demographics recently, especially from scholarly studies, and have been completely unable to find numbers for homosexuals.
  • DHS's curiosity piqued over Pope Benedict XVI's retirement and Catholic Prophecy

    02/11/2013 6:37:28 PM PST · 17 of 72
    newguy357 to Dr. Brian Kopp

    Gee, it couldn’t POSSIBLY be that these were a couple bored Catholics on break. You do know that Catholics work at DHS too (it is a massive organization)? You suffer from rather severe narcissism if you think the government is monitoring YOU. Apparently they didn’t teach you Occam’s razor where you got your doctorate.

  • YOU READY TO GET SERIOUS NOW? YOUR READY TO LISTEN?

    11/07/2012 8:11:47 PM PST · 12 of 48
    newguy357 to SatinDoll

    Who is that stupid, breathlessly-psychotic fool?

  • My own humble opinion about the debate... and yours?

    09/23/2011 12:21:49 AM PDT · 147 of 157
    newguy357 to BigMacGOP
    Romney’s immigration position is FAR more conservative than Perry’s and that for me is a big issue.

    I agree with you... but the best we can say with Romney is that his position today is more conservative than Perry's.
  • Obama, Ph.D’s, And Some Bizarre Ideas About Labor

    09/04/2011 10:05:34 PM PDT · 41 of 46
    newguy357 to mike_9958
    So I will take that bow for trying even if I end up with a RINO and then I’ll assume you will take that bow for BHO - because you didn’t.

    What a crappy analysis. The amount of hard-core conservatives who stayed home in 2008 was minuscule. All of them could have voted for McCain and he still would have lost. The reasons Obama won are twofold: 1) novelty (guilt-ridden whites could finally "prove" they weren't racist); 2) Bush pissed off all independents.

    Again, all of the hard-core conservatives who stayed home in 2008 could have voted for McCain and he would have lost. You can't win a presidential election when your predecessor has killed off all independent support.
  • Gay Military Magazine Coming to US Bases

    09/03/2011 4:14:45 PM PDT · 43 of 87
    newguy357 to Publius804

    Mark this date: we’re done as a society. As this becomes normalized throughout the military, fewer and fewer good men will be willing to join. This is the day the military begins its mutation from a somewhat politically correct organization, but that is filled with some of the best Americans, into what will eventually be a bunch of armed lefties. The military never would have been willing, to date, to follow orders against the American populace. But 20 years from now, when the best men have been drained out and replaced with immoral, godless heathen—we’ll find out what happens.

  • No cash for Minn. boy who made 'miracle' shot

    08/31/2011 11:07:33 PM PDT · 19 of 45
    newguy357 to buccaneer81
    Hopefully they learn honesty--and not the alternative lesson that honest people get screwed.
  • School Choice and the Children of Obama

    08/31/2011 9:16:10 PM PDT · 10 of 10
    newguy357 to RonF
    I agree with you for the most part--my only point is that the mistake is not in calling those on the left "progressives" but rather in not asking them where it is they are trying to progress to. In the long run I think we'll do better for the country by educating people about the vicious history of the word "progressive" than we will by labeling the left as something else. I want to hang the label of progressive around their necks, complete with its horrifying history (e.g., eugenics as one example). I want them to have to answer for it. Calling them something else gives them an out.
  • School Choice and the Children of Obama

    08/30/2011 11:05:49 PM PDT · 6 of 10
    newguy357 to RonF

    It’s a historical term that accurately reflects their philosophy of man (i.e., the idea that there is no such thing as an immutable human nature, that instead man will continue to evolve into higher and nobler states, and hence society with that). ‘Progressive’ is actually therefore a much more accurate word for them than ‘liberal’ since philosophically they are very much the former and not at all the latter.

  • Sam Harris: How Rich Is Too Rich? (Barf Alert)

    08/18/2011 9:36:15 PM PDT · 19 of 22
    newguy357 to Beave Meister

    Sam Harris is a stupid fag.

  • At fair, Rick Perry fires first shots at Mitt Romney

    08/15/2011 9:20:25 PM PDT · 33 of 139
    newguy357 to DRey
    Perry: ...and we done that in Texas.

    I'll gladly vote for Perry if he is the nominee. But is it really asking too much to have a conservative candidate who doesn't speak like an idiot (a rhetorical question...the answer actually does seem to be 'yes')? Mediocrity is not anyone's friend.
  • Census: Gay couple households boom in Utah

    07/28/2011 11:41:14 PM PDT · 8 of 12
    newguy357 to zippythepinhead

    Sthuper!

  • War Between the States about slavery? No way

    05/15/2011 11:09:03 PM PDT · 962 of 963
    newguy357 to phi11yguy19
    I'd say anyone who justifies rape, pillage and murder of 600,000+ in the name of "morality" is "shameful". No one is arguing for slavery, and your conflation of what people are saying with what you assume they're saying is the only thing "fictional" about this discussion. (Well, that and "putting chains around the necks of the fellow men" - as that was much more a visage of the northern slave capture, shipment and trade than slavery as it ever existed in the south - and telling southerners they "sold other human beings" - when that too was particularly an area of the north's expertise).

    Most here are simply arguing the essential principle of federated republics echoed through our founders - that the central behemoth, the states and the people all must live under the strict rule of law, for better or worse, because the rule of man is ultimately always worse.. You don't do the discussion any justice by conflating the timeless principles of separated powers and self-determination with the institution of slavery (that was a national and global problem at that time).

    If states want to secede from the union because some states want to control the others, they retain the right to do so as their union of "mutual benefit" has been voided. Let those who take the moral high ground let the world to see, while those who do not accept the moral, political and economic scorn of the world while their evils die a slow, natural death. (Hint, the principles hold, and no one dies that way.) But any perceived moral authority flies right out the window when you start an unnecessary war.

    Instead, once we permitted centralization, it grew by it's nature, and sovereignty shrunk. Though you could shout from the rooftops if you lived in state X that state Y was evil, while handling things a better way, now we're just an alphabet soup and we're all under the behemoth's thumb. The same principles of "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" you claim were violated by some states (though arguably all) with slavery, now we all violate them together tenfold with no escape hatch. Compare the 4 million slaves built up over centuries with the "convenience" slaughtering of 50 million+ infants in mere decades since Row v Wade.

    There is no manumission from slavery under tyranny. I'd say be careful what you wish for, and try really hard to grasp the principles of the discussion before you burst out with emotion again.


    You're an idiot, Mr. "Row v wade". And your basis for morality is antithetical to our republic.
  • War Between the States about slavery? No way

    05/04/2011 12:05:06 AM PDT · 957 of 963
    newguy357 to phi11yguy19
    @newguy - thanks for joining the discussion and immediately bringing your level-headed opinion, (forgetting “@$$h0les” of course)

    Hi phillyguy--my chief objection is not with the historical debate regarding the nature of the civil war, as interesting as it is. Rather, there is someone posting on this thread who specifically stated that he would fight for his state to secede--today--even if that state were seceding so that it could hold slaves. That is utter madness. I realize that the civil war period is incredibly complicated and that it has been grossly oversimplified far too often. But to not see the superiority of individual rights to every form of corporate rights (including "states' rights") in today's context is shameful. With the way the country is headed I am greatly encouraged when certain states (TX) talk of secession. My problem is with little adolphs running around still dreaming of some fictional glory days of states-as-sovereign-nations who would be perfectly alright putting chains around the necks of their fellow men if that meant the sovereignty of their states.
  • Is it Wrong to Celebrate Bin Laden’s Demise?

    05/02/2011 11:10:50 PM PDT · 45 of 58
    newguy357 to babygene
    They all need to be killed. But not out of hate or revenge, out of necessity

    Exactly. Cool-headed justice.
  • Is it Wrong to Celebrate Bin Laden’s Demise?

    05/02/2011 11:09:23 PM PDT · 43 of 58
    newguy357 to BornToBeAmerican
    I would rather dance in the street after the death of someone who killed thousands than dance because of the death of thousands.

    Sure, but why dance in the streets at all? It is an action of third worlders. The West was built on reason, not knee jerk emotionalism. There are many more like bin laden who need to be killed. Dancing around in the streets is what powerless people do. We are not powerless and should learn to act accordingly, not mimicking the traits of the mediocre.
  • War Between the States about slavery? No way

    05/02/2011 11:01:26 PM PDT · 926 of 963
    newguy357 to catfish1957
    I bet you like defacing confederate monument and grave stones as a hobby too, don’t you?

    Nope. Where did that come from?

    I have no interest in defacing confederate monuments, despite the fact that they defaced men. Confederate pride, i.e., pride in destroying the individual rights on which all the states are based, is mostly relegated to trailer parks these days. That is fitting.
  • War Between the States about slavery? No way

    05/02/2011 10:59:03 PM PDT · 925 of 963
    newguy357 to central_va
    Back at you. I live in republic. If my state legislature chooses to leave and the Governor agrees then I will do my duty. Is that clear? Any state has the right of secession for any reason.

    Read the declaration of independence to understand the basis of your republic. The basis of every state in this union, and of the union itself, is individual rights. Assholes like you sold other human beings and pissed all over those rights, pissed all over the foundation of everything the states and the union are founded on. If any communal body such as a state is more important to you than individual rights then you are nothing but another jack-booted thug wannabe, waiting for the opportunity to chain up men.
  • Obama: Al-Qaida head bin Laden dead (BURIED HEADLINE: OBL REMAINS RESPECTED--IN ISLAMIC TRADITION)

    05/02/2011 12:44:47 AM PDT · 44 of 83
    newguy357 to Heavyrunner

    It is grievous that there is such a thing as an American imam.

  • War Between the States about slavery? No way

    04/25/2011 10:49:28 PM PDT · 346 of 963
    newguy357 to central_va
    Wait, someone says to you, "If the states seceeded so they could forcibly put captives on the auction block,,, would you go out there to defend it? If so,,,explain how that is different than radical islam."

    and you replied with: If my state wanted to secede I will defend her against all threats, including thuggish fascists.

    If you would defend your secessionist state that wanted to put captives on the auction block, you are the thuggish fascist. What a morally confused piece of refuse you are.
  • War Between the States about slavery? No way

    04/25/2011 10:42:23 PM PDT · 345 of 963
    newguy357 to phi11yguy19
    The abolitionists wanted to end the spread of slavery ONLY to preserve the territories for whites only.

    You analyze history with a mind as sharp as a spoon.
  • Shameful U.S. inaction on Syria’s massacres

    04/25/2011 12:27:58 AM PDT · 38 of 40
    newguy357 to nuconvert

    We need to stay out of Islamic civil wars.

  • Was Jesus a Community Organizer?

    04/24/2011 11:24:52 PM PDT · 23 of 29
    newguy357 to mnehring
    The individual’s freedom of choosing liberty. Jesus was the objectivist.

    Yes, Jesus the objectivist, who came to sacrifice himself for the principle that no one should sacrifice himself for anyone else....
  • Unbowed And Ungracious, Kloppenburg Blunders On

    04/24/2011 1:10:04 AM PDT · 41 of 55
    newguy357 to Auntie Mame

    Thanks for the link. I have seen her “victory” speech before, but haven’t seen anywhere where she actually said that Prosser should not ask for a recount, despite some Freeper claims.

  • Unbowed And Ungracious, Kloppenburg Blunders On

    04/23/2011 11:09:33 PM PDT · 35 of 55
    newguy357 to apillar
    This is the same Kloppenburg that called for Prosser to concede immediately and not ask for a recount “for the good of the state” when she was up by a only 200 votes.

    Do you have a quote/source on that?
  • Nearly 10,000 To Attend Easter Service At The [Hollywood, California] Bowl

    04/23/2011 8:16:11 PM PDT · 9 of 10
    newguy357 to OldDeckHand
    Considering it's California and Hollywood, I'm surprised this is legal. They're probably hoping to get it done before the injunction is issued.

    Lefties know that megachurchers are not much of a threat. They live exactly the same as non-believers.
  • 10 Most Beautiful Churches

    04/21/2011 11:30:13 PM PDT · 41 of 51
    newguy357 to skeptoid

    That is actually one of the ugliest buildings I have ever seen.

  • Pastor Who Burned Koran Says He Was Duped Into Holding Back

    04/17/2011 10:43:56 PM PDT · 12 of 32
    newguy357 to Republican Wildcat
    He is partially responsible - just like if you go and kick a hornets nest and get stung - you are at least partially responsible.

    Who burned the koran that caused 9/11?

  • FOX NEWS Officially RINO Liberal Central: Glenn Beck Leaves Along With All The Channels Credibility

    04/10/2011 11:44:52 PM PDT · 61 of 61
    newguy357 to EasySt

    Whatever you say, culty.

  • FOX NEWS Officially RINO Liberal Central: Glenn Beck Leaves Along With All The Channels Credibility

    04/10/2011 12:07:18 AM PDT · 59 of 61
    newguy357 to EasySt

    That’s not what the statement means in the vernacular, and you know it. I agree with most of what Ann Coulter says just as I agree with most of what Beck says, but neither of them delivers the message in a way that is making us look good. Your bizarre response to my earlier message, and your hypersensitivity to any criticism of your apparent God is baffling. It is almost as if you’re a cult member—well, that’s fitting, because Beck comes across as a cult leader (there’s just something about mormonism, isn’t there?).

  • FOX NEWS Officially RINO Liberal Central: Glenn Beck Leaves Along With All The Channels Credibility

    04/09/2011 1:52:03 AM PDT · 57 of 61
    newguy357 to EasySt

    Look, dumbass, I tried to be civil with you, but you are apparently unable to read. Where did I write that he lies? Show me. Now. Because you just lambasted me and accused me of saying Beck lies. I didn’t. Learn to read.

  • Kloppenburg campaign statement (Wisconsin)

    04/08/2011 10:10:22 PM PDT · 178 of 179
    newguy357 to imskylark

    No worries! It seemed to good to be true.

  • FOX NEWS Officially RINO Liberal Central: Glenn Beck Leaves Along With All The Channels Credibility

    04/08/2011 10:09:38 PM PDT · 55 of 61
    newguy357 to EasySt
    I am grateful that Beck has convinced some people to read Road to Serfdom, but other than that he comes across as a foaming-at-the-mouth lunatic. Even though much of what he says is true, the manner in which he delivers it makes us all look like idiots.
  • Kloppenburg campaign statement (Wisconsin)

    04/08/2011 1:05:36 AM PDT · 163 of 179
    newguy357 to imskylark
    When she declared victory, she told Prosser not to put Wisconsin through a recount.

    Wow! Did she really say that? Have a link/source by any chance? That would be good ammo to use against the lefties when she makes her inevitable request for a recount.
  • FOX NEWS Officially RINO Liberal Central: Glenn Beck Leaves Along With All The Channels Credibility

    04/07/2011 12:43:54 AM PDT · 32 of 61
    newguy357 to USSR Didnt Fall
    He is being forced out because he is hitting the enemy right between the eyes

    Conspiracy theorists like you and Beck make us all look like idiots, and erode all credibility.
  • The Cincinnatus Trap: Conservatism does not need an indifferent leader

    04/05/2011 1:12:13 AM PDT · 2 of 19
    newguy357 to 2ndDivisionVet

    What a load of garbage.

  • US to pull jets from Odyssey Dawn?

    04/03/2011 1:04:44 AM PDT · 74 of 75
    newguy357 to Hodar

    Ah, thanks for clarifying. Thought you were referring to our nation.

  • US to pull jets from Odyssey Dawn?

    04/02/2011 1:27:29 AM PDT · 62 of 75
    newguy357 to Hodar
    If you do the math, less than 0.0012% of the male population cares enough to fight. That’s about 1.2 men per 100,000 men between the ages of 18 and 65

    Yes, our military has about 1000 people in it. (hint, try your math again)