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Vigilance necessary

April 16, 2013

Thousands of people participated in or watched the Boston Marathon along its route Monday. Some of those people were from our area....

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Apr-19-13 12:24 PM

Get the real truth and the story that the lame stream media will not report on at the Blaze dot com. Barry is doing the best he can to sweep this under the same corner of the rug with Benghazi.

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Apr-19-13 10:49 AM

Well RS apparently as events unfold these weren't homegrown terrorist but Islamist. Hence the need to be vigilant with our immigration policies and borders. Yes also political, politics of religion. Unless we give up the "politically correct" attitudes, we will see more of this behavior in the future.

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Apr-18-13 7:57 PM

Good thing we have people like RS and yukon, other wise we wouldn't have stupidity! Someone has to live off my money other than myself!!!

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Apr-18-13 11:37 AM

Yukon, you are absolutely right and I'm glad I don't identify with either of those ideologically bankrupt parties.

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Apr-18-13 11:33 AM

Never one to let an inconvenient truth fall thru the cracks, I'd like to remind Rs and his acolytes that he forgot to mention a few other homegrown terorists like Bill And Bernadette Dorn, Angela Davis, and the fact that they ALL are and were Democrat left wing extremist killers. Same goes for McVeigh, Laughner, Unibomber. You're right Rs, we DO need to look closer at Progressive's penchant to blame the tea party and others for what their own Left Wing Whacko's have done and continue to do. Now that's vigilance, are you in?

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Apr-18-13 10:46 AM

and the cover up begins as reported on The Blaze - waiting on the lame stream media to pick it up.

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Apr-17-13 9:35 PM

Only 4 percent of Americans think guns and gun control are an important problem facing the country, according to Gallup, and far more Americans are concerned about the economy, unemployment and the federal debt.

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Apr-17-13 8:35 PM

Why is someone called a liberal because they totally disagree with the backwards,old and out of date,already been tried and failed Republican approach to anything..??It boring when people think they are a conservative or liberal yet they cut off their nose to spite their face on current events and vote against their best interest..Neither R or D Parties have a clue,only a big pocket for special interest $$$.Only when the rest of US unite against speciql interest groups and lobbyst will this country come back from the abbyss.!

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Apr-17-13 8:17 PM

RS-Isn't it against the law to create a bomb and kill people? So why didn't the law work? Because you can't stop those that want to hurt others, they find away. As I have said in most of my posts, people like you really need to buy a CLUE!!! People like you are also going to be the down fall of this country!!!!! Get out of Utopia and start paying attention...

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Apr-17-13 6:39 PM

Did you hear about the guy in Texas that called 911 after he found out the house he was robbing had guns?

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Apr-17-13 1:21 PM

and -swizzer you still didn't answer the question -"if you get caught with your hand in the cookie jar, please tell me how this becomes "alleged"

Lawyers today have a worse reputation than used car salesmen.

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Apr-17-13 1:16 PM

swizzer, what Constitutional rights are violated when you simply prove that you are nothing but a thief?? And if you are caught red handed why do we need to waste money in the court system?? Originally a "jury of your peers" meant just that. They actually wanted the jurors to know the defendant. The reasoning being that IF the prosecutor could convince people that know the defendant that he/she is guilty then it must be so. The legal system today is pretty much a joke.

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Apr-17-13 12:51 PM

drugsrus, thankfully we have a court system that disagrees with your very weird way of thinking. The courts did agree that baiting a car is not only illegal, but that it strips you of your constitutional rights as an American.

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Apr-17-13 11:09 AM

swizzer, and if you get caught with your hand in the cookie jar, please tell me how this becomes "alleged"

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Apr-17-13 11:01 AM

Real intelligent come-back yukon. How long have you waited to use that lame, totally ineffective insult? No one is going to take away my legal guns or anyone else's and we know it but you go ahead and defend your family, property and way of life with harsh language as you attempt to do on this forum, I'm sure that will work out real good for you. As for me, I'll continue to be vigilant in pointing out and condemning progressive nonsense like yours whenever it rears it's ugly head. You're right about one thing though, there is no integrity in the news cycle but why do you and other progressives cite it so much and take it as gospel? Big disconnect there.

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Apr-17-13 10:28 AM

rschweizer "Scarecrow57, I stopped reading when you said Fox news."

This form of ignorance is the worst form

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Apr-16-13 10:30 PM

swizzer, it's time we stopped wasting time and money on those that for one reason or another we know are guilty.

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Apr-16-13 9:21 PM

swizzer, key words "get caught" Knowledge of the consequences can be a great deterrent, unlike the woman in NYC who thinks that police use of a "bait car" is entrapment.

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Apr-16-13 7:16 PM

I believe things like yesterday bombing is directly due to weak bomb laws. I suggest that we all write to Sen Schumer and tell him we demand tougher laws to impose some hardships on bomb makers and that there should be a total ban on all substances that can even ignite.

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Apr-16-13 7:09 PM

drugsrus, 'get caught stealing'? No trial? No jury? No judge? Skip all that and right to the cruel and unusual punishment for the alleged crime?

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Apr-16-13 7:02 PM

swizzer, they do the right thing when it comes to domestic crime - you get caught stealing - you lose a hand (and it is not removed surgically)- period no appeal. Our criminals have more rights now than their victims. AND in case you missed it they have been known to drag our fallen Marines and other military bodies around for show. We (the USA) has no respect in most of the world. A few public executions and a big noise or two in N Korea and Afghanistan might make them respect us a little. Political correctness needs to go away in a hurry.

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Apr-16-13 6:36 PM

The idiom is usually written chomping at the bit, and some people consider this spelling wrong. But chomp can also mean to bite or chew noisily (though chomped things are often eaten, while champed things are not), so chomp at the bit means roughly the same as champ at the bit.

In fact, chomp, which began as a variant of champ, is alive in English while the biting-related sense of champ is dead outside this idiom, so it’s no wonder that chomping at the bit is about 20 times as common as champing at the bit on the web.

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Apr-16-13 6:23 PM

rschweizer, You are the south end of a northbound HORSE that is CHOMPING at the bit. DO YOU NEED HELP following the horse analogy or can you find a reference to it yourself? Why do you feel the need to correct my posts? Especially when you OBVIOUSLY do not understand their meaning!

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Apr-16-13 5:21 PM

drugsrus, time for a public execution? Are you kidding me? Aren't you on the side that denounces that sort of thing? That's the type of punishment typical in Middle Eastern countries, the ones you hate, and are quick to denouce and use as a means to invade them, but somehow find it okay to use here?

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Apr-16-13 5:20 PM

The 7/24 News cycle ,although protected by the 1st Ammendment,is a big problem in this country..Integrity from ALL news sources is lacking in the US!!

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