mtimjones comments

Posted in: Sony works for 3rd day to restore PlayStation after attack See in context

As much as I think Sony needs to up their security game, these "hackers" need to be made an example of. Make their lives uncomfortable with some hard prison time to preclude other's from doing this.

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Posted in: White House hits back at Cheney criticism See in context

Why do they even fight back at Cheney's criticisms? Are they concerned that Cheney is actually right and they need to find a way to counter him for public opinion?

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Posted in: Airport pat-downs often ineffective security stop See in context

They'll have to search all orifices. I've taken suppositories before, so I know it's possible to hide things in all sorts of places.

TMI.

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Posted in: Obama vows to use every element of power to thwart terrorists See in context

Happily for America, the Republicans can't come up with a candidate who could possibly defeat Obama, therefore you'll be waiting until January 20, 2017 for him to leave office.

Hold that thought. I thought the same thing while Obama steamrolled through last year's election, but look at the mess he's become (he's a naive little narcissist). The Republicans could put a vegetable up in 2012 and beat Obama handily...

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Posted in: China executes British man convicted of drug smuggling See in context

Well, that certainly will dissuade people from smuggling drugs in China. I wish the U.S. would apply some of this to our Mexican border...

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Posted in: Calif man kills dog, streaks, pours coffee on head See in context

It's California. The land of fruits and nuts.

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Posted in: Obama: U.S. intel had info ahead of airliner attack See in context

If Napalitono was an isolated incident, we could overlook it. Unfortunately, Obama has his cabinet filled with miscreants and criminals. At least with Bush, I thought his heart and head were in the right place even if he made mistakes. With Obama, it seems like everything has a hidden agenda attached to it.

Case in point. Obama recently pushed the Mortgage modification plan which spent $27B to convert 31,000 mortgages. That's $871K per mortgage, where the national average home price was $178K. Huh? Only in Obama's pretend world does that make sense, but then again, I'm just a bitter conservative (who doesn't like his tax dollars wasted)...

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Posted in: Singalong See in context

Is it just me, or does the women in the front have no knees?

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Posted in: Obama vows to use every element of power to thwart terrorists See in context

TheMarion you need to look at how long it took bush to react to any bombing we suffered. It wasn't like he did anything immediately. he took months to get anything done. < :-)

Liberals like to claim that Bush "shot from the hip" and didn't make thoughtful decisions, but think back to the Iraq war. The U.S. and Britain began operations on 3/20/2003 after being attacked on 9/11/2001. Some would say that he took too long, but that's hardly shooting from the hip.

I look forward to Obama leaving office to bring someone in who will take terrorism seriously. One only needs to look at Obama's homeland security secretary (Janet Napaolitano). She was a reasonable Governor, but when she said that "the system worked" regarding the Christmas day attack, she was obviously disconnected from reality (much like her boss).

Next stop, Yemen...

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Posted in: Obama: U.S. intel had info ahead of airliner attack See in context

Nothing will change here. Obama views terrorists as criminals and doesn't have the backbone to do the right thing. Further, while U.S./Russian tensions were low during the Bush presidency, they're now increasing with Obama's cowardice (note Putin's recent statement that Russia will develop offensive weapons so that American can't "do what they want"). Obama is the worst thing that could have happened to the U.S. in this environment.

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Posted in: Singalong See in context

Interesting that most of the otaku standing around aren't paying much attention to them. Is it impolite to stare?

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Posted in: Obama vows to use every element of power to thwart terrorists See in context

Al Qaeda succeeded in blowing up four planes over the US on bush's watch. Terrorism is on the wane now that Obama's in charge.

Seriously? You can attribute that more to Clinton than Bush. But, as liberals often do, they blame others instead of themselves. But on the wane? What world are you living in?

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Posted in: Obama vows to use every element of power to thwart terrorists See in context

Interestingly, after Obama spoke about not resting until these terrorists were brought to justice, he returned to his golf game. What a milquetoast president we have. People voted for CHANGE in Obama, but they didn't realize it was of the negative variety...

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Posted in: With 10 nominees, Oscar outlook is up in the air See in context

I, for one, won't watch. These people make a living by pretending to be other people. Then, they alienate half of their audience (conservatives) with their incoherent political rants. If I want to here someone rambling away incoherently, I'll listen to Obama.

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Posted in: Video game watchdog shuts down See in context

I think it's great that Walsh publicized the "Hot Coffee" mod for GTA San Andreas. I would have never known about it, otherwise, so I appreciate his efforts. It was another fun aspect to the GTA series.

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Posted in: New 'Final Fantasy' video game goes on sale See in context

Can't wait to play this in the U.S. -- once I finish Demon's Souls...

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Posted in: Fort Hood suspect prevented from praying See in context

Agree with Palisadez54 -- he gave up his freedom when he pulled the trigger...

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Posted in: Security reviews under way in U.S. after airliner attack See in context

Nothing will change. Political correctness will kill our ability to fight terrorists, or simply stop and question them in an airport for fear of offending them. Further proof is Obama's dislike for the phrase "war on terror." His milquetoast approach to dealing with terrorists is only emboldening them. One has to wonder which side he's on...

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Posted in: How much more can airlines do to improve security measures against terrorist plots? See in context

The U.S. knew that the Christmas day attacker was someone to watch (his own father communicated to the U.S. that he was a radical). It all comes down to people, and their ability to ignore "political correctness" and follow their gut. In the U.S. after 9/11, old ladies in wheelchairs were under high scrutiny, but a young muslim man was allowed to pass without question. This was done to prove to the world that we don't racial profile... Dangerous and ignorant, since one can name many muslim terrorist attempts, but none from old ladies in wheelchairs...

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Posted in: Objections arise over Sun Music VP's ‘generous’ treatment of Sakai See in context

Failed to supervise her properly?? Isn`t she an adult? That phrase sounds way to creepy to me.

It's called a "handler." Creepy, yes, uncommon, no...

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Posted in: Japan becoming nation of unrelenting complainers See in context

Japan, stop complaining. It could be worse -- you could have the narcissist Obama as your fearless leader, and then you'd really have something to complain about.

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Posted in: New book suggests ulterior motive to timing of 1948 executions See in context

I lived in England for a time and attended a British school where students were taught that WWII was fundamentally over when the Americans joined in. It's not clear this is what's happening in Japan, but having a skewed and irrational view of reality does not bode well for the future...

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Posted in: Nigerian man sets off explosive device on plane landing in Detroit See in context

This piece of trash has nothing to worry about. Obama will soon have him represented by a nice liberal defense attorney, and he'll be sitting pretty in no time...

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Posted in: GOP vows fight as White House defends health bill See in context

The majority polls show that Americans are against this health-care reform. A couple of points -- it benefits 15M Americans, at the expense of many, many more. Why not just push through a bill that helps those 15M instead of trying to corral everyone together? Because this bill is about control of the U.S. through control of health-care. It will kill healthcare and pharma in this country, and Obama and the Dems will eventually pay for it.

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Posted in: Obama vents frustration at Senate delays See in context

Oddly, this bill contains things (such as abortion funding) that Obama said that he would oppose. It also lacks language on loopholes for illegal aliens, also something Obama said that he opposed. This bill is a socialist's dream. But it comes at a cost that all American's will have to pay. Thankfully, it will cost the Dems in 2010 and Obama in 2012. Toss the bums out!

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Posted in: Democrats push to pass health care by Christmas See in context

I'm glad that the Dems pushed this so hard. Can't wait for 2010 and 2012 to vote these bums out of office. What's most fascinating is that while Obama campaigned on open and transparent Govt, we got nothing that even remotely looks like it. Yet another slimy politician.

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Posted in: The KFC-Christmas connection See in context

In the U.S., there is the Christmas/Chinese-food connection for those of the Jewish faith (since Chinese restaurants are the only thing open)...

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Posted in: Mother of 12-year-old girl arrested for selling daughter for sexual services See in context

"has been arrested several times on similar charges." Huh? How many times does one need to be arrested for abusing a child before realizing there's a problem?

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Posted in: Obama brokers climate deal, but poorer countries don't like it See in context

Incredibly naive, matching U.S. President Obama. AGW is about control, not about the environment. Don't be fooled by these snake-oil salesman...

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Posted in: Climate rally See in context

If only Obama would embrace a real live polar bear. Now that I would watch with complete interest.

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