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Nickname JoeCool
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Signed On Jul 6, 2003, 21:06
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
152. Re: No subject Feb 26, 2004, 19:31 JoeCool
 
You have yet to show any proof of "Liberal Bias" just kneejerk reactions. What "liberals" does Cnn try to pass off as maintstream and Conservatives as "right-wing"? What is the Liberal line? I'd like to find out? O'Reilly is bashing bush because last year he said if bush was wrong he'd admit he was wrong. Alan Colmes is the only self proclaimed liberal there. Lott's comments were uncalled for there was no spin there. Most News Papers endorse presidents that doesn't mean that they are biased in their reporting. Like I said before you still havn't showed any proof other than superficial uses of what you term "Liberal" words. All I see from you is name calling and broad generalizations.

Try reading fair.org or some other non-partisan watchdog groups websites. I'm not going to argue with you about assumptions you can't back up. Basically what you've said is Fox news, Drudge and Rush are the only non-biased new services and yet every other major news service is biased?


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
146. Re: No subject Feb 26, 2004, 18:36 JoeCool
 
The ideological parity bit comes from the liberal bias of the media. ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, The New York Times, the AP, Reuters, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times (the list continues) have been shown continually for almost 40 years to have a liberal bias. An overwhelming majority of reporters are registered Democrats (depending on the group of reporters polled, and the timing of the polls, the rate changes between 80 to 95 percent), and you can verify some surface bias just with some Lexis-Nexis searches: without even going into story content, just reading headlines, Republicans and conservatives are usually presented in a a derogatory light (one example could be "Bush Faces Opposition to Domestic Agenda," or "Kerry Hits Back at White House Attacks";

You have no proof to backup any of your claims. You are just spouting conservative rhetoric that is just a cut and past from what other conservatives say. If anything there is a conservative Bias in the Media. Bush Faces Opposition to Domestic Agenda," or "Kerry Hits Back at White House Attacks" None of those show any liberal bias and your acting like a chicken-little. Go to fair.org and see what kind of conservative bias there is. Just look at previous headlines from this past month about howard dean. The media totally ripped him a new one with the whole anger issue and the constant play of that scream which was taken out of context. You want to talk about bias? Look at Fox news and their unethical conservative Bias. They take stories from conservative newspapers like the weelky standard which are later proven to be false. They hire people like Bret Hume, Tony Snow, Bill Orielly and Sean Hannity. The operator of Fox News is rune by a former republican official. You can't claim that that there is Liberal bias when they ripped into clinton and pounded the iraq war drum. Drudge and Limbaugh simply pull stories from selected sites and add a conservative spin to an otherwise neutral article.

What tom Daschle said is just a streatch and you know it. The wins for republicans in 2002 had nothing to do with the media but the current political climate in wake of 9/11. Your making leeps based on theorys to try and prove your point.

Please think for yourself and give some proof and not spout off conservative rhetoric

 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
136. Re: No subject Feb 26, 2004, 17:49 JoeCool
 
But Lieberman in Al Gores camp was just as fundamentalist as Bush is, in fact even more so. Lieberman was heading several campaigns to place child violence on video games, music, and movies. On top of that he had strict religious beliefs that would have colored all his responses on various issues.

Using "The other side did it so don't blame us" argument is baseless. That was then and this is now, what Al gore did 15 years ago doesn't have squat to do with what Bush and the neocons are doing now. I don't know why you think just because someone bashes bush on his moronic policies he must be an Al Gore supporter. Al gore and Joe "I'm really a conservative" Lieberman are just as big of morons as shrub. They pander to certain groups to gain votes, which is exactly what is going on now.

Stop being such god damn dicknoses, remember this is a democracy so if it sucks its the voters fault, its the elected representatives fault, and its the fault of everyone involved in making sure our government runs smoothly.
Exactly, so on Nov 7th remember who supported the Hate amendment and who appointed Mike Powell to the head of the FCC.

Finally, it's hilarious to hear people talk about how "Bush and his Conservative[s]" are responsible for this. Pst... guys... the FCC is not a Bush-invented agency,
Hello? Mike Powell was appointed by Bush. The big push is being done by him with the blessing of the administration. It would only take a call from the prez to slow it down, plus its an election year.

This is all happening because Democrats in Congress want Rush Limbaugh, who is syndicated on 1200 ClearChannel stations (as opposed to Howard Stern's 6), to go away. They want him gone because the things he says represents an electoral threat. This is also why Congresswoman Maxine Waters told Rupert Murdoch that he "scares me." The Democrats are losing ideological parity with the media and are losing the debate.

This was pushed by the repubs not by the democrats. The FCC approved it. Read my statement above about Mike Powell.
You are acting like a conspiracy theorist, “Democrats are losing ideological parity with the media and are losing the debate." Huh?

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
133. Re: No subject Feb 26, 2004, 17:42 JoeCool
 
Its people like you that bend over when someone throws baseless insults at your nation. And oh yea well he started it.

I'm an American. Born and raised in Texas.

I'd like to point out also that Clinton invoked God just as much as Bush does

Sorry, I don't remember clinton ending all his speeches with god bless. Try again.

 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
128. Re: Bad Engrish Bush Bashing Feb 26, 2004, 17:27 JoeCool
 
Btw the Mass. Sup. Court. was legal when they made that descision. There was no rule on the books and they used the equal protection clause in the states constitution. Argument over.

 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
127. Re: Bad Engrish Bush Bashing Feb 26, 2004, 17:25 JoeCool
 
Hey, Bush became President and you are....a bunch of bits on the net. WTG EUROPE, panderers to dictators, scourge of the jews, and champions of racism!

Its people like you that give Americans a bad name. Could you open mouth and insert foot please?

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
39. Re: Stern Feb 26, 2004, 12:20 JoeCool
 
That's one dispicable sentiment you've expressed there.

BTW, does that mean infertile people should not be allowed to marry either?

Let people be happy together... the government has enough real issues to worry about without making up stuff like this as an election year issue.

Blue for preZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
4. Re: Stern Feb 26, 2004, 11:08 JoeCool
 
Another reason to vote Bush and his Conservative bootkickers out of office.

 
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News Comments > Dogpile on GTA
28. Re: This guy Jan 26, 2004, 13:31 JoeCool
 
This is why He's dead last in the polls out of the 8 Democrats.

 
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News Comments > North Miami & Violent Games
9. Re: No subject Jan 17, 2004, 17:42 JoeCool
 
I hope the ACLU blocks this thing. Where are we living in communist China?

 
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News Comments > Federal GTA Lawsuit
155. Re: Nukes Jan 8, 2004, 17:41 JoeCool
 
I'm going to have to step in here too Moog.

At least 7,900 civilians have died in Iraq alone, over three thousand in Afghanistan
That is tragic but we (US) arn't targeting them.

These murders were motivated by the greed of your government

I don't think its greed. Afgahnistan was motiviated by the harbouring of terrorists. Iraq was motivated because we still hadn't caught the main target in Afgahnistan so we went for the next best thing which was Saddam. Personally I think Iraq could have waited or really should have been taken care of in 1991 the first time around. Thank Bush 41 for that.

American army units involved in the killing of babies: Air Force, Marines, Navy, NAtional Guard, and Reserves - all simply by using shock and awe in Iraq, and to a lesser extent, Afghanistan
We don't target civilians. Your making generalizations much like Isnk based of rumor not fact.

I don't know about colonies created by the USA of late, but it isn't like Milosevic was invading Iraq, and colonizing it... he kept his murder domestic. Guam, anyone? Or, how about Noriega who was a CIA operative, and president of Panama? Hmm... American running another country with American's interests at the forefront... sounds like a colony to me, and thousands of Panamanians have died due to even more American interference there since Noriega's removal by Bush the first.

We have made some mistakes in the past that have caused some of our current problems, but as I said before we don't kill civilians on purpose and we havn't colonized in since the Spanish-American War.

Belive me i'm not fan of the bushies or the Xenophobes in the US either. But your starting to act just as bad as they are.

 
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News Comments > Federal GTA Lawsuit
153. Re: Nukes Jan 8, 2004, 17:20 JoeCool
 
Yes. Sympathy died because of the extreme anti-war faction aided by the then-emerging leftwing press. Guess they felt it was better for the S. Vietnamese to be treated like animals.

No, Sympathy didn't die because of some leftwing Jewish media conspiracy that people seem to blame for popular opinion, it died because of the Money, Equipment, time and lives. People didn't want to their sons to get drafted for a war that was going nowhere. That’s why.

Afghanastan. Small group of people my ass. The left was totally against any action in the mideast. That is absurd. It will be funny to see how many liberals say they supported the Iraq invasion after that country has becaome a vibrant, free country.

There you go again with the "Left wing" this and the "Left wing" that. As I saw it, the people who were against the war were a SMALL group of one issue people like there always have been. Iraq most of the country as well as some rightists were against it. I guess 50 percent of the country is Liberal then?

America is about being self reliant and independent. It's funny that you can't see that these are Marxists institutions and will inevitably fail. Most likely with dire consequences for the US. Ironic how we are defeating communism only to have the same concepts under a different name spring up here.

Wow there, Put down the Militia manual and come back to earth. Marxists Institutions?! We don’t redistribute your wealth. If you want to talk about welfare what about corporate welfare huh? What about their tax exemptions. Sure there is abuse of the SS system but its a needed system that I'm glad we have. It keeps the seniors who pay into it from worrying about how to pay the bills when they are 80. Its also what separates us from countries like Iran. We take care of our people so the streets aren’t littered. Contrary to belief there are restrictions, Nobody sits at home collecting welfare and food stamps and if that’s the case they don’t very long.

Let me take a guess, Joe...... Berkeley?

No sorry Erau and so you don't accuse me of being one of those "Anti-American Lefties", AFROTC Det 157.

This is my last comment on this. You need to learn not everything is part of some Communist plot to take over the world and “Liberals” aren’t some neo-communist threat to America. I don’t consider myself a liberal or conservative like most Americans. But when people start with the “Liberal Media Conspiracy” or the “Liberal Plot” it turns off people and makes whatever case you’re arguing seem less valid when you resort to name calling as apposed to facts.


 
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News Comments > Federal GTA Lawsuit
149. Re: Nukes Jan 8, 2004, 16:15 JoeCool
 
Yes very many. I consider myself a social liberal and fiscal conservative which most americans are Most of them don't get involved in politcal discussions like this. I usually don't but this guy doesn't seem to know his ass from a hole in the ground.


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News Comments > Federal GTA Lawsuit
147. Re: Nukes Jan 8, 2004, 16:08 JoeCool
 
Ok I just have to get involved with this because as an American I think its my duty to let people know not everyone in the USA is such a moron as Inkswitch.

As for freeing the rest of the oppressed people of the world. I am all for it. It's the Libs who pulled out of Viet Nam and started all this. They left those people hanging. It's that mentality that keeps us from helping others. The Libs didn't even want to retaliate after being attacked on our own soil. How are you gonna convince them to help other people when they won't even defend themselves. When it is even suggested, the anti-war faction comes to the fore and quashes it

Ok lets see... The first thing is you keep referring to a group of people called the "Libs" who seem to be what’s wrong with everything in this country. Kind of reminds me of Hitler and his constant mention of the Jews causing the problems, but that’s another argument.

First of all, Vietnam started during the Kennedy administration. That abortion of a war kept going during the failed Nixon administration and after 15 years and tens of thousands of dead Americans the troops were pulled out. Ford was president during that time and guess what *gasp* he was a republican. 80 percent of the country wanted that war to end and yes that included conservatives. So I don't know what "Libs" your talking about but most of American was united in getting out of there.

It's that mentality that keeps us from helping others

Yeah I guess FDR really didn't want to get rid of the Nazi's and Woodrow Wilson wanted Europe to be under German control too? Both of whom were founders of Modern "Liberalism" which by the sound of it you don't know what it is. Oh and I almost forgot, I guess Clinton really couldn't have cared less about the thousands of people being slaughtered in Kosovo and Bosnia? Read some books moron and you won't sound like such a fool.

The Libs didn't even want to retaliate after being attacked on our own soil. How are you gonna convince them to help other people when they won't even defend themselves

Third, the only people who were against the war in Afghanistan were a small band of people who are always against war no matter what. I would hardly paint all "Libs" like that, just like most people wouldn’t paint all conservatives as Racist Christen Fundamentalist Anti-Semites either because of a few David Dukes and Klan-type organizations.

I find it disgusting that I have to pay for foodstamps, welfare, and other costs for able-bodied people to sit on their asses without working when we have to go out of the country to find labor. The reason stated is that Americans won't take those jobs. This is true. Why would they take those jobs when they can make a better living by not working at all and watching TV all day?

I don't even want to touch that. You obviously don't know how the social programs in this country work.

Lastly, I'd like to apologize as a normal American who loves my country and what is was founded on to the people who have to read Inkswitch bull. But it is his right to sound like a Fascist Xenophobic Nationalist. Not all Americans are like him, most know a few things about History politics and government and aren't Limbaugh or Hannity Ditto Heads.


 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
35. Re: Well it's back... Aug 17, 2003, 17:01 JoeCool
 
You sound like that asshole comedian Dennis Leary

Hmm I think you mean Dennis Miller. Dennis Leary is the irish guy who just got rosted on comedy central. Denis Miller is the unfunny guy that had no carrer and decided to start bashing people for the views.

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
32. Re: Well it's back... Aug 17, 2003, 16:50 JoeCool
 
Shut the fuck up and move to France already.

Stop using that as your only argument and get out of my country, your making us true Americans look like fools.

 
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News Comments > Game Grants in France
9. Re: How about a game.. Jul 22, 2003, 22:18 JoeCool
 
They own interplay? I thought that company went under and some Koreans took it over.

 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
51. Re: Everything Supports Terrorism Jul 20, 2003, 10:29 JoeCool
 
How about hating France because the lot of them are a bunch of socialist, snotty, elitist pantywaists? Well, that's Parisians mainly, most French I've met from the countryside, or ones who emmigrated to the US were decent people

You still fail to form a valid argument without the childish name calling.


Fought and died for US? Maybe they fought and died for themselves

Don't forget who saved us in the Revolutionary war.

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
49. Re: Everything Supports Terrorism Jul 20, 2003, 01:28 JoeCool
 
I just agree with Dennis Miller's statements and found it funny

HAHA ok now thats funny BAHAHAHA

 
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News Comments > America's Army Update
27. Re: CIA (Confused In America) Jul 6, 2003, 17:09 JoeCool
 
Dude, this game is great.

And like they said it was advertising money already spent.

Besides we all have Bill Clinton to blame for the downward spiral the economy was already in before Bush took office.

And here in Cali we have Gray Davis's (soon to be voted out of office) ass to blame. Not that it helps any. And haven't you seen T3 yet?

Judgment Day is inevitable, man.... go cut your balls off dress up in an orange jump suit and drink poison. The mother ship is coming to pick you up, it's hidden in the tail of the next comet due to pass near Earth soon. Go now chop chop... you don't want to miss it.

Looks like the conservatives are really fishing for excuses for their bad government. Be better off if Clinton were still in office not this dumbass bush who has screwed up the government and the world.

 
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