User Profile: Allseasonangler

Allseasonangler

Member Since: February 06, 2013

CommentsDisplaying 20 of Allseasonangler's most recent comments.

  • April 13, 2014 at 2:55am

    Yes, we are slaves and must must never rebel against our obvious superior and masters.

    We must submit to government tyranny and obey. We must surrender and go back to standing for our inalienable rights by punching a card every 4 years.

    Because if one ant stands up to tyranny, a whole dozen will stand, and we can’t have that can we.

    We have to surrender ourselves, to be tarred and feathered, imprisoned, and destroyed, because that is what Glenn Beck told us to do.

  • April 13, 2014 at 12:06am

    I hope every God fearing Glenn Beck supporter and Blaze subscriber listens to what Glenn Beck stated today. You cannot interpret his message any other way but complete treason.

    Because when the day comes that either Obama suspends the 2016 elections, or under Hillary the government comes for your guns, remember this day of betrayal.

    Glenn Beck is a Benedict Arnold in the worst way. He will lead you to throw down your arms and surrender. Beck was not in Nevada, did not bother to show up, and in the spirit of the Alamo, he abandons a rancher who had his property confiscated/stolen by the federal government. And Blaze supporters are with Beck on his message of surrender?

    When Agenda 21 is backed by federal thugs and starts confiscating people’s land and livestock Bennedict Beck will lead good-hearted but misled patriots down the path of lies, deception, and ruin.

    Beck in the past denounced protesting for our second amendment rights armed at State capitols. Beck told his listeners to surrender your weapons and call your lawyer.

    Beck is a delicious glass of orange juice. Tasty, delicious, appealing, but laced with rat poison. I am just surprised Beck did stand with the BLM and use a megaphone and ask Bundy and true American patriots to surrender and lay down their arms.

    Beck you disgust me. I gave you a second chance. I’m done with you, never again will I be fooled by this fraud.

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  • April 12, 2014 at 12:56am

    Treasonous talk to lay down our arms and surrender.

    When there is no other choice, we must appeal to heaven, our Lord in heaven, and then abolish the oppressive government tyranny and take a stand.

  • April 9, 2014 at 4:46pm

    If you study history not all Confederates supported slavery, and you are just uninformed to believe hangings were not taking place in Northern States. Heck many Northern Union troops didn’t even believe in abolition they were just following unconstitutional orders.

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  • April 9, 2014 at 4:43pm

    I would argue at the very least flying Old Glory in distress would be more suitable as we are currently an example of a failed representative democracy. Like Rome we are a failed State.

    I don’t know how anybody can fly our flag with pride with the current traitors in the White House and Congress, as our founders would turn in their graves if they could see the tyranny that exists today.

  • April 9, 2014 at 4:35pm

    Of course you ignore the U.S. Constitution stated this gem which we should absolutely be proud of:

    “Article I, Section. 2 [Slaves count as 3/5 persons]
    Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other Persons [i.e., slaves]. ”

    See the North had the higher moral ground as at least slaves had 3/5 voting representation for voting Whites in their respective States, right?

    Wrong.

  • April 9, 2014 at 4:22pm

    If the Confederate Flag is a symbol of racism, then the 1861 34 Star-U.S. Flag should also represent racism as slavery was supported and existed in many Northern cities at the time of the civil war.

    In fact, the North and South waging war against each other could be defined as treason. Therefore, both flags would be considered associated with treason.

    However, we all know this is nonsense. America was formed by treasonous revolt against King George, that we consider patriotic and the spirit of American culture today.

    The Confederate States of America were primarily fighting because of oppressive taxes on plantation goods while Northern Ports were left alone, unfair representation and influence in government, and defending the Tenth Amendment.

    I’m sure Glenn Beck and Mark Levin can educate many here on the evil nature of the Rebel Flag and the Confederacy; maybe even better than your typical progressive/liberal. You know all those years attacking Ron Paul supporters as “neo-confederates.”

    Let’s just ignore the fact the Confederacy was the Tea Party of the 1800′s.

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  • April 7, 2014 at 11:38pm

    Rand Paul 2016.

    Cruz may garner bi-partisan votes in the Senate on this single-bill. However, Cruz is divisive with liberals and progressives, and does not cross party lines with voters.

    The bottom-line is winning elections. Rand Paul can beat Hillary in 2016 and appeals more to moderates tired of Obama. Cruz would energize Hillary supporters and lacks likability among young Democrats because of his neoconservative foreign policy and egocentric approach in his messaging.

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  • April 5, 2014 at 6:44am

    Obviously, you need to go find progressive George Will’s web site or the Council on Foreign Affairs site and enjoy and leave the The Blaze born-again Libertarian messages.

    I bet you love Representative Peter King and Senator John McCain.

  • April 5, 2014 at 6:40am

    Funny that Matt Kibbe comes out with a book that simply touches upon but in less great detail what the modern Thomas Jefferson of the past century in Dr. Ron Paul has spoken for three decades.

    But when patriot and libertarian Ron Paul stated “no entangling alliances” he was called an anti-semite, or in Glenn Beck’s opinion a “kook” or a man with a dangerous foreign policy for America.

    However, since most Blaze readers have difficulties with long-term memory they ignore what Beck thought about and how he criticized Libertarians and George Washington’s foreign policy of no entangling alliances.

    Matt Kibbe good, but Ron Paul and the Tea Party should be investigated by the federal government for radical anti-government views (back during Beck’s CNN days).

  • April 1, 2014 at 3:01am

    Beck and others should celebrate that Rand Paul kept his word and handshake to endorse the disgusting Mitch McConnell because Paul stated nobody was running against the incumbent Republican at the time. Furthermore, in an interview with Buck Sexton, Paul stated McConnell endorsed Rand against the establishment candidate in Kentucky.

    Your word and handshake should mean something to Blaze Readers especially Texans who have questioned Paul’s endorsement. Moreover, the fact Paul has not dismissed his word and handshake when it would provide Paul political gain among the Tea Party and many loyal to him; should speak volumes on the integrity of Rand Paul.

    Unlike Ted Cruz who has pushed the slogan, “Stand on Principle,” and yet voted to send $150M to Ukraine further adding to our national debt and increasing the size of government in its new role on the government of Ukraine.

  • April 1, 2014 at 2:36am

    Ted Cruz’s vote to send 150 million to Ukraine has exposed Cruz’s hypocrisy on “standing for principle.”

  • April 1, 2014 at 2:28am

    Why would The Blaze give cred to Politico? That is like giving respectability to the Huffington Post.

    This is a clever attack on Rand Paul by Glenn Beck. Rand Paul isn’t even a libertarian, he’s a Constitutional Conservative Christian. Some issues of Rand that Libertarians are attracted to are issues of the U.S. Constitution that Rand defends.

    Rand Paul supports putting a missile defense system in Poland, and has stated he does not want Putin to get away with his illegal actions of invading a sovereign nation.

    So between Fox News slandering Rand Paul as an isolationist, and Time magazine and Politico calling Rand a Libertarian; we have full spectrum assault on Rand Paul because he’s the best candidate in 2016 that can defeat Hillary Clinton.

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  • March 22, 2014 at 12:04am

    You guys should join the Muslims and denounce all religious Christian artifacts that are held with respect are idolatry and stupid.

    This is the crown of thorns that was on the head of Christ, what is wrong with you people.

    If it was the Lombardi Trophy being passed from one city to another you uneducated sheep would be praising the good feel story of a kid seeing the Lombardi trophy.

    But the actual crown of thorns protected in an adorned case for our savior and the mass uninformed start attacking a Christian church older than any modern day church in America.

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  • March 21, 2014 at 11:15pm

    Amazing how the anti-Catholic bashers are the first to call a person an anti-semite or cry about the war on Christians.

    You people make me sick on your hypocrisy. You may as well join the atheists on their criticism of nativity scenes the way you bash the crown of thorns.

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  • March 6, 2014 at 9:52pm

    The RNC Chair is correct. Cruz is the good cop, and the RNC establishment is the bad cop. They are working together, absolutely no doubt it is clear as day after Cruz endorsed John Cornyn.

  • March 6, 2014 at 6:36pm

    There’s no difference between Rubio and Obama’s foreign policy in action only the rhetoric is different.

    Obummer has sent F-16s into Poland, and has sent U.S. Ships into the Black Sea, along with a billion dollars to Ukraine.

    So both Rubio and Obummer support sending our troops, and in foreign aid to Ukraine.

    In Obummers rhetoric he apologizes to Europe while at the same time escalating regime changes, and Bush’s wars on terror into the continent of Africa and even sending troops in Australia to counter China’s influence in the Pacific Rim.

    Rubio calls Obummer weak, and yet there is no difference in action between the Bush Doctrine of the compassionate progressive, and Rubio and Obama’s foreign policy.

    Rubio is a young clone of John McCain.

  • March 5, 2014 at 10:41pm

    Cornyn’s victory is a bad sign for the Tea Party, especially if Ted Cruz is a trojan horse working for the GOP establishment to destroy the liberty movement.

    Ted Cruz’s wife is a former member of the Council on Foreign Relations, who also worked on a project that aimed to partner a North American Alliance between Canada and Mexico with the U.S.

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/1011/A_pit_of_vipers_also_his_wife.html

  • March 5, 2014 at 10:32pm

    Ted Cruz is unelectable. Cruz is a John McCain-Lindsey Graham on foreign policy with the exception of Ted’s anomaly position on Syria.

    Cruz’s college thesis was on how government was necessary because men were not angels.

    Cruz also recently argued against State right’s under the ruse that Obama was lawless for allowing State’s to exercise Tenth Amendment rights on marijuana legalization.

    While I detest drugs, State’s have the constitutional right to reject unconstitutional laws. Apparently, Ted Cruz doesn’t believe in the constitutional position of nullification.

  • March 5, 2014 at 5:04pm

    That’s a strawman you created in order to apologize for Cruz.