User Profile: AlexS1

AlexS1

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  • [9] July 24, 2016 at 9:29pm

    “I did not have sex with that women!!”. Oops, wrong Clinton.
    I wonder when Hillary’s balls are going to drop and she owns up to her part in Benghazi. I guess when her ‘blue dress’ is found and there’s no way to deny her responsibility in the events of that day.

  • [7] July 24, 2016 at 6:11pm

    50/60′s. Left doors and windows unlocked. Milkman delivered to our house. Put milk in fridge, collected money off the dining room table. We could ride our bikes to town (2miles) without fear of pedophiles or kidnappers. No BLM, no entitlement mentality or ‘millennials’
    Yep, I guess I’m kind of a fifties guy myself.

  • [11] July 24, 2016 at 3:33pm

    What_ev – Since Barrack was born in Hawaii, it must be one of the lesser known islands of the State of Hawaii. At least brother Malik only has to fly in from Kenya to vote for Trump. Lots of Democrat (Hillary) voters have to rise from the grave.

  • [2] July 24, 2016 at 1:30pm

    To ADofAZ and PricePL- F.A.N no wait that’s not it. FYNANSE. Is that butjet, Buget. That looks write, or is it wright. Spelig is tuff for us that r wilfuly ignurnt and kaint spel. However, I know a leopard doesn’t change its spots and a skunk, just like a rose, can’t change its smell. Trump has promised a wall, a halt to Muslim immigration, jobs back from China and to bring back manufacturing jobs to America. I’m all for those things. Hillary promises free health care, free education, free or subsidized housing. Nothing is free, somebody pays. Basically we have two candidates promising their constituents exactly what they want. All we have to judge them by is their past records. We know Clintons record and she would be a disaster, four more years of Obama. We have Trumps past and his history. Friends with the Clintons, member of the Democrat Party, contributor to Hillary’s Senate campaign, supporter of Planned Parenthood, was Pro Choice before he was Pro life and he’s just overall, a nasty, name calling clown.

    I would never vote for Hillary, but I will not vote for Trump either. My conscience want allow for either of them. It’s funny how divisive the Blaze has come. I’m labeled a “hater” because I won’t vote Trump. A Hillary Troll or “willfully ignorant”if I openly make my feelings about the man known. If you support Trump, that’s your right. If you support Hillary, again, your right. If I choose not to support either one, guess what, that’s my right.

  • [-1] July 24, 2016 at 12:13pm

    Gongulent- “Does his Supreme Court choices have anything to do with the constitution?” I hope you didn’t ask this question without knowing the answer. We are one judge away from losing our Second Amendment right to bear arms. My count may be wrong, but I believe 31 states had some sort of marriage protection laws on their books. Voted on by the citizens of those states. With the stroke of a pen, the SCOTUS, five judges, five individual citizens, three women and two men, never elected, appointed for life went against the will of the people and made gay marriage the law of the land. On January 22, 1973, seven out of nine of these unelected individuals made abortion legal in America. To say that any judge nominated will tow party lines isn’t true as five of the seven in the Roe v Wade case were Republican nominees. Judge Roberts, a Bush appointee upheld Obama care.

    So, having gone through researching all this information, my conclusion is this; since you can’t truly know a man or woman’s heart, picking judges for the Supreme Court or for Federal Judgeships, is a crapshoot at best.

  • [13] July 24, 2016 at 11:30am

    Unfortunately, what you seem to lack is discernment. You SEE and HEAR but you don’t understand that what FIREY says is the truth. In listening to Trump speak, I also was reminded of another great orator. He said that he would “make Germany great again” and we all know how that turned out. Call me a “hater” if you want, but Donald Trump isn’t for me.

    I agree that Trump isn’t “naive” enough to think he can fix all the problems facing our country, but I do believe that in his own egotistical mind, he believes that he is. I see a man that, when it comes to governing via Executive Order, he’s going to make Obama look like the “JV Team”.

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  • [34] July 24, 2016 at 11:03am

    I like that (CINO). Guess that makes Harry Reid a MINO. Just amazes me that these CINO/MINO folks aren’t excommunicated or disfellowshipped from the Catholic or Mormon Church. All these Catholic politicians that support abortion should be kicked out. Of course, that would mean that 99.9% of the Kennedy Clan would be out of the church. Maybe, like most churches today, you follow the money.

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  • [1] July 23, 2016 at 8:09pm

    Now Monk, let’s be fair. Kerry could have gotten a serious infection from that splinter he received in the ‘Nam’.

  • [12] July 23, 2016 at 8:05pm

    Yep. You never know when you might be attacked by a ‘Lone Wolf’ a/c unit.

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  • [3] July 23, 2016 at 12:19pm

    I think something smells a little fishy about this whole story. What is an “apparent” CNN Reporter? Didn’t hear him identify himself as such. I’ve got no use for CNN, but this seemed to me to be more of a setup to prove a point. The point being: If “White Supremacists” supporting Trump makes him racist, then the NBPP supporting Obama makes him a racist. I have no doubt in my mind that Obama is a racist. I have not seen that in Mr. Trump. I don’t believe building a ‘wall’ or keeping unvetted Muslims out of Amrica is racist, just common sense.

  • [2] July 23, 2016 at 1:15am

    = Iranian-German, not German-Iranian.
    Which means Islamic Terrorist. I might be wrong, but……

  • July 22, 2016 at 10:09pm

    Rob_pomolit – my ‘white privilege’ commit was made tongue in cheek. Of course she had privilege.
    My Air Force job was in Security Police. I think they are called Security Forces today. I served two years overseas. I remember that sometimes before pay days all of us married guys getting together and pooling food to make it through. Friends with babies borrowing money for milk and diapers to get through. Overseas, my wife, son and I lived off base. Summer’s were fine, but we had very little heat in winter. We took a bus to base to buy groceries. Off base electricity was unreliable and many a night we sat home with candles for light. I know the hardship of serving. I realize it’s not comparable to serving in a combat zone.
    I don’t buy in to white privilege. What I do believe is that we have so dumbed down the education in America that only those that really want to learn will. Those that don’t will point their collective fingers at those that did and claim they got there because of some type of privilege.

  • [33] July 22, 2016 at 9:26pm

    Since a dog whistle is an ultrasonic device beyond the normal range of human hearing, all I heard was “vote your conscience”. Since my conscience won’t allow me to vote for either candidate, I think I’ll waste my vote and write in Cruz. In this case, I see no ‘lesser of two evils’.

  • [3] July 22, 2016 at 5:33pm

    And truth to a Trump supporter is like Holy Water to a Vampire. With the mans wishy washy past staring them in the face, theyre willing to give him a pass because he said those things theyve been waiting to hear. I’m so afraid that when this Trump Fog lifts, it’s going to be too late for America. If he wins and does the things he’s promised, I will be the first to apologize to all the Trump supporters, and I will do it gladly. Right now, I’m like Benjamin, the donkey (and yes, I know that’s an easy setup) from Animal Farm. Just as he was cynical/skeptical of all the grandiose plans the Pigs had for Animal Farm, I feel the same way about Trumps plans for America.
    Disney World once had a program, wherein you could buy a brick paver with your name on it or your families name, and then it was placed in a walkway somewhere around the Parks or resort areas. I would gladly pay for a few cement blocks to build this wall he talks about.

  • July 22, 2016 at 4:41pm

    Does anyone know or remember if, when running for re-election, Robert Byrd was ever referred to as the former KKK Leader. Libs were completely silent about his background. I would never support a David Duke.

  • [2] July 22, 2016 at 1:33pm

    Conservative, strict constitutionalist.. Yep, Cruz would be a disaster on SCOTUS, at least for the left.
    Please tell me me, in depth, how Ted has served Clinton.

  • [39] July 22, 2016 at 1:12pm

    I hope he doesnt hold his breath waiting for Ted’s endorsement, he’ll go from orange man to blue man.
    Watching Trumps tirade against Ted this morning just enforced my opinion that Trump is truly a classless piece of garbage. I’ll vote my conscience, but I want fill in the bubble for president. Maybe I’ll write in Cruz. If that means Hillary, so be it. Better the devil you know.

  • [-2] July 22, 2016 at 12:35pm

    To Shultz – I started work when I was six on my Grandfathers farm. Worked on it until I was 18. Joined the USAF soon after graduating high school. Got through college while on active duty through the tuition assistance program and VA. Most of my adult career spent in the field of horticulture.
    My brother and sister also worked the farm.

    I’m sure if my Dad had given me several million dollars to start out with, my life would have been easier, but never more rewarding as it has been.

    I have two children. Both with excellent work ethics, the youngest one is a ‘millennial’. One is a LEO and the other is a Lieutenant with Emergecy Management Services.
    So yes, I do know some people that started working at a young age. Most kids I grew up with all worked at an early age. On family farms or on others farms.
    Oh, and before you picture a multi million dollar farming operation, until 1963, my Grandad farmed using a mule. He owned 120 acres and about 30 was cleared to farm.

  • July 22, 2016 at 12:00pm

    I said in an earlier post tha I was tired of having candidates crammed down my throat (McCain/Romney) and here we go again. I said that this time, not only would I have to hold my nose, but I would also have to be blindfolded and walk backwards in to the voting booth. However, after watching Trumps tirade against Cruz this morning, I realized what a classless piece of garbage Trump is and I will not vote for him.
    If that’s s vote for Hillary, so be it. Better the devil you know.

  • [-2] July 22, 2016 at 11:44am

    Poster child for ‘White Privilege’.
    The closest she’s ever been to work is when the maid came in to clean her room.

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