User Profile: Advection


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  • [2] October 30, 2014 at 10:17pm

    What will happen to the Republican Party if they win the Senate and then don’t repeal Obamacare or any of the other disastrous and illegal Obama overreaches? And will you keep supporting them?

  • [2] October 30, 2014 at 10:13pm

    According to the Senate Conservative Fund, McConnell has gone back on his promise to repeal Obamacare, if they win the Senate.

    “Obamacare can be repealed with 51 votes using budget reconciliation. In 2012, he stated that Obamacare could be repealed with 51 votes and vowed to make repealing Obamacare “job one” if he became Majority Leader. Apparently, that was just political posturing. “

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  • [17] October 30, 2014 at 10:08pm

    This is what Hitler’s personal secretary would have tweeted from the bunker, as Russian troops closed in, had they had Twitter back then.

  • [8] October 30, 2014 at 9:49pm

    He’s very lucky he didn’t get killed. When you pull a gun on someone else (or pretend to), you never know what the other person will do in self defense.

  • [4] October 30, 2014 at 9:38pm

    Isn’t that hilarious?! She loves Louisiana until it looks like she’s going to lose, and THEN they’re all scumbags, it CANNOT be her fault.

    I heard someone describe her as an wig on an ego trip. ;)

  • [2] October 30, 2014 at 9:35pm

    I’m surprised they didn’t ask MSNBC to host this and have some of the most bizarre talking heads on TV insult them all night with crazy leftwing “questions”.

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  • [76] October 30, 2014 at 9:24pm

    Just one question. Have they ever sent letters like this to black Souther Baptist churches where preachers and Democrat politicians regularly lambast Republicans?

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  • [86] October 30, 2014 at 9:18pm

    If this had been an assignment to study Moses and the Exodus, the school would have been sued by now and would have already apologized and be begging for mercy.

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  • [27] October 30, 2014 at 9:16pm


    That’s exactly what I was thinking. Answer the questions by telling the actual history of Mohammad, and cite impeccable sources. And if the context permits, point out where Mohammad ripped off practices and texts from Judaism and Christianity.

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 2:41pm

    True. I saw a news report about the new Colorado marijuana industry, and the government has put giant regulatory and heavy tax burdens on them. If they did this to the food supplements industry, it would disappear overnight.

  • October 30, 2014 at 2:02pm

    Glenn Beck LOVES history and exposing the political hypocrisy that has engulfed our Republic, violating our rights and liberties. Well, he should write a book about the history of Prohibition.

    I used to be a believer in Prohibition, just like the rest of you, because of the false propaganda. Then I saw this video and checked their facts, and it opened my eyes.

    “The Union: The Business of Getting High”

  • October 30, 2014 at 1:56pm

    …in an archives in the 1990s?

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 1:54pm

    @dis, Marijuana doesn’t cause teenagers to rebel. Criminalizing marijuana only makes teen rebellion worse because those who are caught are burdened with criminal records, and in many cases lose the ability to further their educations and enter certain careers. Prohibition makes things worse.

    Also, marijuana doesn’t make people stupid or lazy. Many major businesses were started and maintained by people who smoked pot. Google it and you’ll see the list includes Microsoft, Apple, Virgin Airlines, Apple Music, National Review, Oprah’s empire, Martha Stewart’s empire, Turner’s empire, Playboy, etc.

    And obviously many famous and productive people also have used marijuana, including presidents, VPs, congresspersons, Supreme Court Justices, governors, mayors, sports stars, astronauts, scientists, teachers, billionaire businessmen, medical researchers, artists, musicians, actors and writers.

    Did you know that William F. Buckley Jr., father of the modern conservative movement, smoked pot and was a staunch advocate of ending Prohibition? Rush also smoked. Did you know that George Washington grew hemp? He’d be arrested today. Did you know that it was illegal NOT to grow hemp in the early colonies, and you could pay taxes in hemp? Did you know that the U.S. Government legalized hemp in the U.S. during WWII and then tried to cover it up by destroying the film they made titled “Hemp for Victory,” and they only admitted it was true when a reel that had escaped destruction was discovered i

  • [3] October 30, 2014 at 1:16pm

    @Brigott, I admitted that there are negative effects of Liberty. What I said was that the negative effects of Prohibtion outweigh the negative effects of Liberty.

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 1:12pm

    @Zorro, many people stopped voting Republican because the Party isn’t conservative at all but only deceives people into thinking it is or hoping it might change and become conservative.

  • [3] October 30, 2014 at 1:05pm

    You can pass local ordinances against vagrancy and public intoxication in parks without instituting Prohibition laws and locking up millions of people for smoking or drinking in their own homes.

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 12:57pm

    The only way that marijuana could be reclassified as legal would be if the DEA allowed medical research and then accepted the results, but they deny permission to do medical research to discover positive uses for marijuana because they claim there aren’t any accepted positive uses. That’s nonsensical circular reasoning. The DEA can’t accept results of research that doesn’t exist, and it doesn’t exist because they forbid it, and they forbid it because they haven’t accepted the result of the forbidden research.

    Also, the vast majority of the DEA’s budget goes towards marijuana Prohibition, so if they were ever to allow research into positive medical uses for marijuana, the DEA would cease to exist. That conflict of interest explains why they employ circular reasoning to forbid medical research.

    Think about that. Law enforcement forbids medical research because their budgets depend on forbidding medical research.

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 12:56pm

    Yeah, I hate to dwell on that because kids shouldn’t ever get their hands on marihuana or alcohol or cigarettes or strong coffee. However, even small children who “overdose” on marijuana are “treated” by monitoring them while they sleep it off, and there aren’t any long-term reprocussions–unlike if they overdosed on alcohol or legal prescription drugs.

    And if your kid takes marijuana, they should be closely monitored by a nurse because high doses can raise the heart rate, and if they have an heart condition, that’s not good. But the same is true if your kid drinks a lot of strong coffee or eats candy coffee beans, which are totally legal.

    By the way, legal prescription THC isn’t safe in the same way that natural THC is.

  • [10] October 30, 2014 at 12:10pm

    Prohibition is a Progressive policy that’s anti-Liberty and unconstitutional.

    This was first instituted by Progressives in the early 20th century, and then Nixon institute total federal Prohibition with lies and deception. It would be unconstitutional to prohibit marijuana use without a constitutional amendment, which he could pass, so he created the DEA drug schedules and put marijuana into the most dangerous category, promising to reclassify it after his hand-picked commission gave their recommendation. Well, they told the truth, that it doesn’t belong in Schedule I, so Nixon threw away their report and ignored them.

    And we’ve now wasted over $1 Trillion on Prohibition, have over a millions cops and prison guards, have more prisoners than any other nation, arrest nearly a million people each year, and we pay for false propaganda to brainwash each citizen in this issue.

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