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1froglegs

Member Since: November 21, 2010

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  • [12] May 30, 2016 at 7:14pm

    Refusing to vote for Trump doesn’t even have to go as far as principles. I know, and you should know, that he is only telling you what you want to hear. I am not going to vote for a person who is lying to me simply because he put an (R) by his name. He will be no better than Hillary, so I am indifferent to the outcome of the election.

  • [19] May 30, 2016 at 5:54pm

    MidtheGOP- Beck went after Trump in 2015, (just not hard enough) which is why Trump refused to go on his show. Like most people, he gave the voters more credit than they deserved, and by the time Beck and others starting firing both barrels it was too late.

  • [12] May 30, 2016 at 5:49pm

    Actually, Conservative does have a definition and a set of guiding principles. I suggest you look into it sometime.

    Beck was a Bachmann supporter in 2012.

    Romney is a capitalist who believes, to a large degree, in Conservative principles. He has his warts, but he likely would have been a great president. That is the main difference between Romney and Trump. Trump has very few Conservative leanings, and is a dirt bag on top of it.

  • [2] May 30, 2016 at 5:38pm

    You just don’t get it. It no longer matters. We have a borderline socialist running as a Republican and a Liberal (corrupt,serial liar as well) running as a Democrat. There is no choice in this election for any person with Conservative principles. The left wins this election either way with Trump or Hillary.

  • [16] May 30, 2016 at 5:35pm

    Right, because any person that does not support Trump must support Hillary. What are you going to say when Trump runs to the left of Hillary in the general? He is already to her left on free markets. Trump is not a capitalist. The only capitalism he supports is crony capitalism where the power of government is used to coerce people into compliance by force.

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  • [8] May 30, 2016 at 5:27pm

    How does it harm his credibility to support the most Conservative candidate in the race?

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  • [23] May 30, 2016 at 5:25pm

    Please explain why it is, in your mind, that Cruz supporters are obligated to support Trump? By saying “suck it up” you clearly believe we are. The primary is over and I will not vote in the general. Trump is a socialist and I am not going to vote for a socialist simply because he recently put an (R) next to his name.

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  • [4] May 30, 2016 at 5:18pm

    Establishment Republicans support Trump because they only care about the (R). By not blindly supporting Trump, Beck and many others are saying that we are not duty bound to support whoever the GOP vomits up onto the stage. If they want my vote, they have to earn it. I have never pledged loyalty to “the party” and am not going to blindly oblige them when they have a borderline socialist at the top of the ticket.

    I voted for Romney and McCain because they were compatible with Conservatism half the time. Trump is not.

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  • [44] May 30, 2016 at 5:13pm

    I remember when being a Conservative meant that you only supported small government Conservatives in the primary. I know Beck did, and is the only major voice in talk radio that did so. With that in mind, I fail to see how his credibility as a Conservative has been damaged. He has no credibility as a GOP loyalist, but I doubt he would want that banner.

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  • [36] May 30, 2016 at 5:11pm

    Exposing Trump is why Beck is the only major name in talk radio with any credibility left. All the other “Conservative” radio hosts spent the entire primary casting aside their principles to carry buckets full of Trump Water. Trump is a Liberal, and there was no excuse for any Conservative to support him in the primary.

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  • [27] May 27, 2016 at 8:10pm

    I had somebody write “your stupid” to me earlier today. The irony is no doubt lost on them.

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  • [17] May 26, 2016 at 1:25pm

    I do not owe the Republican party my allegiance.I do not owe them a thing. The Republican party has to earn my vote, and by nominating a borderline socialist as their standard bearer, they have not earned it.

    Claiming a non-vote is a vote for Hillary is to assume that all Conservatives are duty bound to support whatever nominee the GOP vomits onto the stage. By your twisted logic, I can just as easily say that by not voting I am harming Hillary and am therefore supporting Trump.

  • [110] May 26, 2016 at 10:34am

    The Trump nomination is a victory for Liberalism because both major parties will have a far left Liberal leading the ticket this year.

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  • [22] May 25, 2016 at 8:20pm

    RINO, meaning she does not agree with YOU 100% of the time. Trump is the most Liberal nominee in the history of the GOP. The term RINO was created specifically to refer to people like Trump.

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  • [11] May 23, 2016 at 8:59pm

    It has been reported that Trump is being sued for raping a 12 year old girl 20 years ago on pedophile island.

  • [107] May 23, 2016 at 8:44pm

    I think polygamy is next because there are already cases ongoing.

    Pedophilia will be done with the gradual reduction in the age of consent. It is already common in the Muslim world, so that will be the catalyst; a Muslim father agreeing to let his 9 year old daughter marry a 50 year old man. Muhammed (the prime example for Muslims to live by) married a six year old when he was in his 50′s, so they may even take the first amendment approach to that one.

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  • [6] May 18, 2016 at 9:25pm

    PrincessKitty- I think it is safe to say that because his policies are based more on pandering than principles they are all subject to change. He has already referred to his proposals as being merely suggestions. Taxes and the minimum wage were the first on the chopping block, assuming you do not count the flexibility on immigration he told the NYT about.

    We will have to wait and see what he does, but he cannot be relied upon to turn away from government intrusion as his first option.

  • [19] May 18, 2016 at 7:58pm

    Rolling to what? Winning as a Republican does not change the fact that Trump is a Liberal who instinctively opts for the mighty hand of government as his preferred solution.

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  • [29] May 18, 2016 at 7:54pm

    You know your country is lost when pollsters ask which candidate you feel is more corrupt. Is this Brazil?

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  • [1] May 17, 2016 at 6:26pm

    Madashell- If you think Trump is a Conservative, I would like to know what you think a Conservative is? If Conservatism is so watered down that it now includes Trump, not only am I no longer a Republican, but I am no longer a Conservative.

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