CrazyJoe's past comments

  • -5

    CrazyJoe

    Trump is not a dictator or socialist and he is not an authoritarian. He is showing the people's will can trump authoritarian governments. Only a socialist would think that's a bad thing and the Chinese have it right.

    Posted in: Trump draws strong reactions in China

  • 1

    CrazyJoe

    Who hasn't lost contact with their child at some point? I did once at a public pool and died a thousand deaths until we connected again. I was talking with his swim instructor and off he went. Thoughts of him drowning or being abducted filled my head. I seriously wondered how I would tell my wife. Then I found him. Years later, my wife told me about the time she "lost" him and thought the same thoughts. I suspect this happens to most parents at least once. Most times, a kind stranger, not a gorilla, finds the child.

    As for shooting the gorilla, I wondered about the wisdom of it, too, then I saw the video of the gorilla treating the boy like a rag doll ...

    Posted in: Cincinnati Zoo director defends killing gorilla to save boy

  • 1

    CrazyJoe

    Thankfully Iranian commandos and Iranian trained Iraqi soldiers are leading the fight to free Fallujah of the Saudi backed Sunni terrorists occupying the city, as that gives the operation a much better chance of success.

    Posted in: Iraqi forces push into Fallujah as IS bombings kill 24

  • 4

    CrazyJoe

    And the child was supposed to learn not to throw rocks at cars by leaving him behind in a bear infested forest? really? unfortunately, there are several parenting practices as or more stupid than this. I hope the child is found for the good sake of the child, although I wouldn't return him to those parents.

    Posted in: No sign of missing 7-year-old boy as public outrage grows

  • 0

    CrazyJoe

    Hmmm! Crickets, the other green meat! I like cricket just fine, but they keep bringing it to me well-done when I order it medium-rare.

    Posted in: Edible bug industry hopes crickets and kin are the next sushi

  • 1

    CrazyJoe

    Trump is just 'making an example' of people who don't fall in line to kiss his.....hand. He's letting all the GOP know that they'd better do what he says or he'll go after them. It's classic strong man dictator stuff and I think it's very significant that it's mostly the women who are showing the guts to not bow down to the new dictator and grovel at his feet.

    Posted in: Trump rallies veterans at annual Rolling Thunder gathering

  • 3

    CrazyJoe

    Brexit people are Britain's answer to Trump people. They don't travel, don't like foreigners, don't know much, they often deny global warming. Their leader Boris Johnson is Trump's image for more than just his blond mop, he shares Trump's profound narcissism and shameless opportunism.

    Brexit is just more Trump-style angry nihilism by miggle-aged men who can't explain why they're angry. Smashie smashie, don't ask me what I'm replacing it with. Give the finger to Johnny Foreigner because .. uhh .. he's foreign.

    Posted in: Most economists say Brexit will harm UK economy

  • -1

    CrazyJoe

    Clearly, Miller-Barron Trump's Rolling Thunder Brownshirts do not represent the American Veteran and have no respect for those who have served, died in combat, or endured suffering as a POW.

    The noisy ostentatious display of false patriotism in the name of selfish aggrandizement and political opportunism has no place in our nation's celebration of Memorial Day.

    If a bunch of fascist buffoons want to have a Harley Party to drink beer and parade around in leather suits while desecrating the American flag, let them pay for their own security, road closures, and police escorts away from the capitol on Memorial Day.

    Posted in: Trump rallies veterans at annual Rolling Thunder gathering

  • 0

    CrazyJoe

    How tragic! I hope they are all able to fully recover. It is so counter-intuitive, but we always had it drummed into our heads as children: NEVER take shelter from a thunderstorm under a tree. Lie down, preferably in a low spot, and get soaked.

    Posted in: Child still critical after lightning hits 11 in Paris park

  • 0

    CrazyJoe

    How about we start by getting rid of the THOUSANDS of congressional staffers whose sole job is to pedal misinformation and who make it their business to leak top secret material to the press.

    Posted in: In defense of Ben Rhodes, Obama's foreign policy supremo

  • -1

    CrazyJoe

    We must distinguish impulsive suicide from suicide as a rational response by a terminally ill person whose continued existence offers only pain and further loss of autonomy and dignity. "Remember that if the room is smoky, you can always leave."

    Posted in: Canada's Trudeau defends assisted suicide bill as deadline nears

  • 10

    CrazyJoe

    Reminds me of the 1950's when we practiced hiding under our classroom desks in case of a Russian nuclear attack.

    Posted in: U.S. schools preparing for the worst, with active shooter drills

  • -1

    CrazyJoe

    I'll start with the essence of what is going on here. ISIS etc was created by the CIA, Saudi Arabia, etc, as a proxy force to overthrow Assad. It is as clear as day.

    After they failed to overthrow Assad, we were "told" the Pentagon was bombing ISIS but we never really saw any results (until the Russians got involved).

    Now, over the last two days, we are getting bombarded with propaganda about how the Pentagon is "trying" to drive ISIS away. Yesterday, it was all about those pictures that suddenly appeared with US special forces helping the Kurds.

    It is a bizarre situation where Pentagon proxies are fighting CIA proxies with US taxpayer dollars wasted away and where propaganda-like news has to be manufactured to explain it all to the gullible US public.

    Posted in: Islamic State may be down, but it's far from out

  • 7

    CrazyJoe

    Trump just got BERNED! Fried CHICKEN anyone?

    Posted in: Trump rules out debate with Sanders

  • -1

    CrazyJoe

    There is little sympathy anywhere in the world for a selfish coward who ends the life of a young woman for what will no doubt prove a pathetic motive. The Japanese legal system is ruthless and this man will pay dearly for this crime, trust me.

    Posted in: U.S. sailor pleads guilty to raping woman in Okinawa

  • 0

    CrazyJoe

    How does a missile defense system threaten his country’s security?

    "an internationally disputed referendum."

    "The results of the survey by the [United States government agency] Broadcasting Board of Governors, conducted 21–29 April 2014, showed that 83% of Crimeans felt that the results of the March 16 referendum on Crimea’s status likely reflected the views of most people there." (wikipedia, Crimeanstatusreferendum,_2014)

    Posted in: Putin blasts West on first trip to EU country this year

  • 0

    CrazyJoe

    He's waiting to debate someone whose hands are not larger than his. Who expected Trump to actually have any backbone? He knows Bernie would mop the floor with him.

    Posted in: Trump rules out debate with Sanders

  • 2

    CrazyJoe

    Yep, the tide is turning and ‘Open Borders’ is losing popularity no matter where you are on the Atlantic.

    Posted in: Near-record UK immigration figures fuel raging EU debate

  • 2

    CrazyJoe

    Give the People what they want:

    An Epic Sanders vs Trump Debate.

    Posted in: Trump, Sanders explore staging unusual presidential debate, bypassing Clinton

  • 10

    CrazyJoe

    Barack Obama has been the best president of my lifetime, and I was born during the Truman administration. I can't think of anyone else who is close.

    Note that he helped guide us through economic recovery while reducing the deficit by two-thirds.

    The nuclear bombing of Japan is not something to be proud of NOR is it something to apologize for. We were at war, a war if you remember that was started BY Japan on Dec 7th 1941.

    Posted in: Obama's every gesture will be scrutinized in Hiroshima visit

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