User Profile: adin


Member Since: July 06, 2013


  • [1] October 6, 2015 at 10:35pm

    Wait just one damned minute! He said he “overreached” in stripping the representative of his chairmanship. So he apologized for doing it. BUT, he did not say he was wrong for WANTING to punish people for defying Boehner in the first place.
    So this leads me to believe that he still wants to punish people for disobeying the GOP establishment. And maybe, as the Speaker, he won’t actually be “overreaching” the next time he does it.
    But, he’s Glenn’s “guy” (since he’s from Utah, I’m assuming because Mormons hang together), you are all supposed to be okay with that, and buy it hook, line and sinker.

  • [1] October 1, 2015 at 4:32pm

    First, start a sentence with a capital letter. Second, didn’t anyone teach you not to assume? Because I disagree with government force, I am a liberal and someone who doesn’t support law an order? You must be a pink gay unicorn…since were assuming here.

    Your assumption is also indicative of a larger problem. The false dichotomy that says that we must be one or the other. So, yes, I am a liberal, but in the classic sense. The way the Founding Fathers were. Today, you’d call that a libertarian. But, to the low information voters on the right and the left, there are only two options. Righty, progressive GOPers and lefty progressive commies (democrats).

    Our police system is corrupt. There’s no way any logical person can deny it. In the old days (of our Founding Fathers), if the constable came to your home, you had better have everything in order, or else the free individual that you came to arrest would likely shoot you, and no one would blame him.

    I actually believe what you only pretend to believe. I believe that the individual is a higher power than the state. That God gave us unalienable rights, that no other man or government can take away from us. But, our government today is doing it’s best to destroy all of that. The crux of my argument is this: However evil our government is today, it has no teeth without law enforcement. Law enforcement happily applies it boots, to make sure the government always gets what it wants. And you conservatives love it!

  • October 1, 2015 at 1:03pm

    Oh what a dilemma for boot licking conservatives. Do I support handing out the Constitution, or do I further support the now defunct fascist police culture? Constitution, lick boots? Constitution, lick boots? Oh, the humanity!

    Liberal Progs may have set the policy, but the cops, well the cops are “Just doing their job”. Right? Nope, more like the Army Captain who refused to “just do their jobs” and punched a child rapist in the face. That’s a real hero. Not the bullies in blue.

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  • [6] September 19, 2015 at 1:30am

    I think that was a play straight from Rushbo on his show this morning.

    And since when does Kelly actually care about Muslim PCness.

  • [-1] September 19, 2015 at 1:25am

    It drive’s me nuts how Cruz supports act like he’s alone in his anti-government activism. Especially when he’s still learning from Rand Paul what it really means to fight for liberty. Remember, it was Cruz who almost voted for the TPP, while Paul who fought against it the entire time.

  • September 15, 2015 at 11:04am

    Ignorant much? He said IF he ran as a democrat. Cuban is actually a pretty hard-core libertarian.

    But, I guess, that’s just as bad from a fascist conservative’s point of view.

  • [1] September 15, 2015 at 11:01am

    Do you realize that Mark Cuban is a self-made billionaire libertarian?

  • [2] September 9, 2015 at 9:03pm

    Nice job!

  • September 7, 2015 at 2:49pm

    I love her. She’s hot and funny AF.

  • [1] September 3, 2015 at 11:49am

    Even if he were a “tax cheat”, are you advocating that we all pay to fund our evil tyrannical government. That they are entitled, by God, the fruits of your labor?

    Not the way the Founders saw it.

  • [1] September 3, 2015 at 11:48am

    Exactly! Exactly! Exactly!

  • [-2] September 3, 2015 at 11:44am

    And before anyone loses their mind, no I am not supporting the @holes who are committing these murders. They are evil. They have also hijacked what should be a very real and very level headed conversation about what and who the police are and should be.

    A self fluffing call to prayer isn’t going to answer our problems as a nation. It’s time for mass civil disobedience and a refusal to fund this evil government. We all have the power to bring it to it’s needs tomorrow. But, so few will actually act. Most would rather just pretend their gimmicky prayers alone will do the trick. Because hey, football, iPhones and the view. We can’t risk those things.

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  • [2] September 3, 2015 at 11:41am

    1. Violence against police is down this year over last. And on a downward trend over the last several years. Being a an electrical lineman is a much more dangerous job. Thank them for their service. Not the police. If we all armed ourselves, we wouldn’t actually need police. The free market would take care of the rest of their services. Like the free market provides lineman.
    2. Violence against police pales in comparison to the police violence (murder, brutality, violation of constitutional rights) against we the people. There is a total and absolute corrupt “we vs. them” mentality. We you and I, regular folk, are serf’s. And Glenn was right yesterday, all lives matter. More whites are killed by cops than anyone.
    3. I am astonished by so-called minimal government conservatives who recognize the need for limited government, but praise and worship the police. Do you not recognize the fact, that without the police, government has absolutely no teeth whatsoever. It’s like saying you oppose Stalin but support his KGB agents. When the government (GOP or Democrat) decides to ban your IIA rights, who do you think is going to come knocking on your door demanding that you conform? The girl scouts?
    4. There is an exacting parallel between the police of today and the redcoats of 240 years ago. Our founding fathers would not stand for the police force (aka standing army) that we have today. They’d rebel.
    5. Yes, we quickly on our way to a second civil / revolutionary war.

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  • [-11] August 3, 2015 at 2:41am


    Cops are PIGS, but you should always act professionally, no matter what your job is. Good on Taco Bell. Maybe the young worker will take their next job seriously AND find a way to protest the corrupt despicable law enforcement culture we have today, outside of work.

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  • [15] July 25, 2015 at 10:51pm

    The Kurds, and the rest of the people in regions like Rojava (sp?) are the kind of people we want in the Middle East. That we are not supporting them is criminal. They are completely libertarian in their belief system. In fact, more like our Founding Fathers than we are. And they are actually fighting ISIS and WINNING!

    So it makes perfect sense that Obama and the US are going to aid Turkey in bombing them.

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  • [22] July 25, 2015 at 8:52am


    Why can’t I mouth off to police? Don’t I have that right? In fact, don’t I have that right, without the expectation that I’ll have to pay for it with jail time? Isn’t this a supposed to be a free nation? Or are we all supposed to shut up and do as our masters tell us?

    Ask yourself if the Founding Fathers would be so willing to bend for authority.

    BTW: Look up Rodriguez v. United States where it was decided that police are not allowed to arbitrarily extend traffic stops. Which is what this cop did. She was trying to sign her citation and he didn’t like her cigarette so he escalated. Maybe she did kill herself, but she wasn’t supposed to even be in there in the first place.

    And I will always say, contrary to the race baiters, that this isn’t a race problem, it’s a state vs us problem.

  • [1] July 24, 2015 at 5:04pm

    So, I’m not seeing in there where I demonized every anything. Just admonished the Blaze in the way that they couched this story.

    Was the woman sick? Perhaps. Did she commit suicide? Maybe. But there are questions to be answered about the police conduct in this case. Again,I ask not because of the woman’s race, but because the ever increasing, as you stated, militarization of the police, and corruption.

    And the way the story was written, using words like “unfounded”, is just more of the Blazes attempt to destroy the story, not by fact, but by corrupt manipulation.

    And by reading most of the comments on here, the readership took the bait and responded as conditioned.

  • [-2] July 24, 2015 at 8:56am

    OMG, OMG, OMG!

    Cruz for Jesus 2016!!!!11


  • [3] July 24, 2015 at 8:51am

    Way to cloud the issue, Blaze. Take a credible story, couch it in the dumb @ssery of trash like K. Kardashian, and all your simple minded, rabid neocon readers will completely miss the point.

    You know, about the police state we are living in. The over reach of government on all levels. And the would be complete collapse of government tyranny if it wern’t for their beloved, heroes, the police to beat us into submission.

    This story has little to do about race, if you look objectively. It’s about the state vs. all of us.

    But, go on hating on K. Kardashian because that’s the real important problem facing us today. Sheeple.

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  • July 24, 2015 at 8:40am

    Since when can Canadian’s declare war on behalf of the US?

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