UjokinRIGHTQ's comment history

UjokinRIGHTQ said...

Easy123 said... aae,


Don't forget more recent atrocities, Easy123. The Rwandan genocide, where the Hutu Tribe nearly wiped out the Tutsi tribe in a massive massacre, was primarily based on the story of Saul taken from the Christian Bible. Where it's believed some missionaries have purposely taught an extreme and more violent version of western and European religion to uneducated people in primitive and undeveloped countries. The west and Europe just use proxy-servants to commit the same atrocities. Those undeveloped and underdeveloped countries form of government may not be sophisticated and modern enough to have the likes of consulates, but they do have important tribal heads and leaders necessary for the continuation and survival of their people.

There's blood on the hands of powerful nations indirectly involved in all that's taking place in those regions. Baby Jesus Weeping

September 18, 2012 at 3:26 p.m.
UjokinRIGHTQ said...

This study does not bode well for minorities and their communities. They mistakenly believe they will benefit from this study. The way they came to regret the stiff crack cocaine laws they initially went along with, they will come to regret this studys' findings in the short and long runs.

I fear the term gang has just become another code word for a targeted racial group of Chattanoogans, and an excuse for even heavier handed gentrification proceedings.

September 14, 2012 at 9:56 a.m.
UjokinRIGHTQ said...

timbo, Sheriff Hammond is a conservative Republican. Are you really that naive to think the people feeding the TFP this crap really have your, my and the taxpayers best interest in mind? No! They began to target Hammond after he arrested their drunken little darlings up there around Apison a few short months ago, and after he warned those little darlings would no longer just receive citations without an arrest. Just like they and their parents before them were allowed to escape with a clean record. Hammond warned their little darlings would be arrested, jailed and fined just like the average Joes and Josettas when caught commtting a crime. These are the same jokers who accused everyone else of not taking personal responsibility for their actions. However, when it comes to them and their own taking personal responbility they think the same rules and laws shouldn't apply to them. So what did some of'em do? They threaten to make sure Hammond would not be re-elected to sheriff. They want a free ride. They think the rules and laws should only apply to everyone else but them. They expect, even demand, that free ride they accuse others of wanting. They want to replace Hammond with their own yes men, friends and buddies who will do what they're told rather than follow the law and do what is right. If you think they will replace Hammond with some righteous individual you are tragically mistaken. Hammond is a saint compared to what these jokers have on their minds.

September 10, 2012 at 6:32 p.m.
UjokinRIGHTQ said...

Retaliation against Hammond because he ruffled a few old head feathers inside the sheriff's department recently?

September 9, 2012 at 9:45 p.m.
UjokinRIGHTQ said...

Accordign to The Nation, in 2010 Paul Ryan quietly requested grant money from ACA, or better known as Obamacare, to fund a healthcare clinic

Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan is barnstorming the country, promising to repeal every provision of the Affordable Care Act if the Romney-Ryan ticket is elected. But a letter he wrote to the Obama administration may undermine this message.

On December 10, 2010, Ryan penned a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services to recommend a grant application for the Kenosha Community Health Center, Inc to develop a new facility in Racine, Wisconsin, an area within Ryan’s district. “The proposed new facility, the Belle City Neighborhood Health Center, will serve both the preventative and comprehensive primary healthcare needs of thousands of new patients of all ages who are currently without healthcare,” Ryan wrote

The grant Ryan requested was funded directly by the Affordable Care Act, better known simply as healthcare reform or Obamacare.

The letter, among several obtained by The Nation and The Investigative Fund through a Freedom of Information Act request, is a stark reminder that even the most ardent opponents of Obamacare privately acknowledge many of the law’s benefits


September 9, 2012 at 1:02 p.m.
UjokinRIGHTQ said...

Miss Bradford, Christians, or at least those proclaiming to be Christians can't declare themselves innocent. They are imposters who have made a mockery of the religion. Those who stood idly by and never spoke up are just as guilty.

September 9, 2012 at 12:34 p.m.
UjokinRIGHTQ said...

ricardo said... Ujokin, I'm sure that Romney and his Bain cronies would like to set up lots of Chinese factories just like the one he visited in the video. I can't believe he's gullible enough to believe that BS about barbed wire fences and guard towers keeping people out. Puhleeze.

Plus, ricardo, that promise of 12 million jobs Mitty and Rynose are promising sounds like an eerily and disturbingly comparison to the size of a certain segment of American population. Maybe Biden knew what he was talking about after all when he implied the Romney gang would put people back in chains? hmmmmm SSLOL!

September 2, 2012 at 3:22 p.m.
UjokinRIGHTQ said...

Annnnnnnnnnnd! The funny thing is, they really didn't build that. Not Romney, Ryan, Huckabee, McConnell. None! Not a one! In Mitty's case, Chinese sweatshops may have helped to build his fortune, along with a lot of other ventures, misadventures and whatever else.

According to Vanity Fair:

"thanks to a rather remarkable video buried on YouTube, it seems that Republican nominee Mitt Romney, for all of his commitment to the concept, has been the beneficiary of having other folks build it. Chinese sweatshops, to be exact.

Of course, anyone attending the amped-up dog-and-pony show in Tampa—or watching it on TV—on Wednesday night could not possibly have known that. After going through Baghdad Green Zone–like security procedures to get into the Tampa Bay Times Forum—highlighted by bomb-sniffing dogs—attendees were met by a ring of bright, glowing signs saying, “We Built It,” in white type on a red background that encircled the entire convention floor."


September 2, 2012 at 11:50 a.m.
UjokinRIGHTQ said...

ORRMEANSLIGHT said......The Lord God of Hosts, Jesus Christ of Nazareth, who said, "Thou Shalt Not Murder!" Exodus 20:13

Unless you make war against a nation? Then murder is just dandy?

According to 1 Samuel, didn't God order Saul to kill all the Amalekites? That he was to spare no one? No man, woman, child, babies, livestock? God was only royally peed with Saul because he failed to follow through on the order. He spared the king of the Amalekites, and kept the yummier livestock for himself for future comsumption.

Then Saul attacked the Amalekites all the way from Havilah to Shur, to the east of Egypt. 8 He took Agag king of the Amalekites alive, and all his people he totally destroyed with the sword. 9 But Saul and the army spared Agag and the best of the sheep and cattle, the fat calves and lambs—everything that was good.

pssst! Actually, Exodus 20:13 say THOU SHALT NOT KILL.

August 30, 2012 at 4:49 p.m.
UjokinRIGHTQ said...

The GOP keynote "We Builit It" speaker,Sher Valenzuela, really didn't BUILD THAT.

According to the Huffington Post, Valenzuela business has actually relied heavily on government guaranteed loans and government contracts. In fact, her business would not exist today without them, and would like fold if those government corporate welfare checks stopped comming in.

Huffington Post 08/25/2012

" First State Manufacturing, Valenzuela's company, has received more than $2 million in federal loans, according to a Small Business Administration document. Among the loans is $20,000 in SBA-backed credit that Valenzuela and her husband received to get their business started. In addition, Valenzuela borrowed $1.8 million in government-backed funding to build her firm's 66,000 square-foot facility {funded by a SBA 504 loan}, where at least 40 technicians work today.

On top of that, First State has benefited from $15 million in federal contracts since 2001, receiving at least $1.5 million each year between 2006 and 2011, according to government data.

This is not the first time that an entrepreneur tapped by the Romney campaign to espouse its "We Built It" message turned out to have relied on the government for help with their business.

Dennis Sollmann, the owner of Sollmann Electric Company, who appeared in a Romney web ad criticizing the president for his "you didn't build that" line, did millions of dollars worth of work for the government. In addition, Jack Gilchrist, the owner of Gilchrist Metal Fabricating, who starred in another Romney ad, received $800,000 in tax-exempt revenue bonds, as well as sub-contracts in 2008 from the U.S. Navy.

footnote: "This year alone, Valenzuela's company has received over a half a million dollars in government contracts with the Air Foce and defense contractors such as Lockeed Martin."

All I have to say is, y'all are being hoodwinked, bamboozled, razzled and dazzled by all the lies regurgitating from the right

August 30, 2012 at 4:21 p.m.

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