Democrats were more like Kennedy then......now they are more like Stalin.
That's the difference between being one when Reagan was and being one 10 years ago.
 July 23, 2015 at 6:07pm
My Mom always said that if something was too good to be true, it probably is….that being said, Cruz is the only candidate sticking up for Trump, and I find it coincidental he met with him earlier this week….hmmmm….
Cruz is a smart bugger.
he probably recognizes that he has nothing to gain by slamming Trump like the rest of them are doing.
if Ted is the only one of them that doesn't cross Trump, he'll get Trump's endorsement if Trump ends up backing out at some point.
Trump/Cruz, Cruz/Trump awesome no matter how you say it.
I was really hard on Trump last time. I called him a joke and a clown, might have even used the term sideshow. I personally think he is an egotistical pompous ass but if he can do the job and shows up for work each day than I’ll live with his personality and my differences of opinion on certain issues..
As for me I have given the GOP too many damn chances and they not only failed but when they won they laid down and submitted immediately and have no idea how to act like men. If our military was like that we would not be here today to have this conversation.
A great pair and God speed to them and keep them safe and alive because they are treading on toes that think they own America and us. WE, THE PEOPLE ARE THE GOVERNMENT and these traitors and criminals are our employees who are on their way out and with NO perks of any kind, including lifetime salary and insurance. They are running scared and rightly so. Time we cleaned house and Trump and Cruz started the clean up crew so let's join them NOW!
July 23, 2015 at 11:01am
Could come in handy when you hide your own Easter eggs…
 July 23, 2015 at 9:35am
And to think all of this technology was developed just because they could not pinpoint OJ Simpson…
 July 22, 2015 at 11:21pm
I thought it was “rainbow” in honor of Copper, Lemon, et al.
 July 21, 2015 at 9:11pm
This just gives the state department free reign to stop releasing the e-mails to satisfy this order….but, but, but, how about you find the missing 6 billion $ and hire some more staff….oh, sorry, that was spent on creating ISIS….oh, well…just tax us more….
 July 21, 2015 at 9:10pm
This just gives the state department free reign to stop releasing the e-mails to satisfy this order….but, but, but how about you find the missing 6 billion $ and hire some more staff….oh, sorry, that was spent on creating ISIS….oh, well…just tax us more….
 July 21, 2015 at 3:35pm
Happy Birthday to your avatar…and I agree…
July 20, 2015 at 8:48pm
Hey, isn’t the Newt’s old district….anybody seen him lately?
 July 20, 2015 at 4:37pm
I find it ironic that if a military member has a “conscientious objection” to a military conflict, they can be allowed to abstain. Why can’t I do that with my tax dollars? I demand equal protection…
You have equal protection. Nobody can conscientiously object to their money being used for a military conflict, either.
 July 10, 2015 at 1:34pm
I have referred to this phenomenon for many years as “The Cheeseburger Theory.” The first thing to do is walk into a McDonalds and look at the price of a cheeseburger, and compare it to what you are paying where you currently live. The difference will be extrapolated over all goods and services in that area. It is more dramatic in urban area’s. At least in the parts where you would want to live. I am 50 miles outside of Chicago (unfortunately), and on Michigan Avenue, it is 50% more…but Concord, NC is 20% less….go figure….
Yep, I remember that, right before 9/11. I also remember hearing the Stat (from Glenn in his Tampa days in fact) that you are more likely to die from a coconut falling from a tree than you are from a shark attack.