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Apple Bite

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  • [2] July 28, 2015 at 7:39am

    They voted for him, because they wanted to live the ‘easy life’. They wanted somebody to take care of their lazy asses, and they got their wish. Higher taxes, even more lazy selfish SOBs waiting with a hand out, and the inability to overcome the Communist ran city they’ve help create with the laws they’ve voted for blindly. Basically, they wanted to be like Greece. Now that they are ‘Greece’, they blame the man they voted for.

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  • July 28, 2015 at 7:36am

    They voted for him, because they wanted to live the ‘easy life’. They wanted somebody to take care of their lazy asses, and they got their wish. Higher taxes, even more lazy selfish SOBs waiting with a hand out, and the inability to overcome the Communist ran city they’ve help create with the laws they’ve voted for blindly. Basically, they wanted to be like Greece. Now that they are Greece, they blame the man they voted for.

    Meanwhile, those that were making money for themselves, had a business and family to take care of….who wants to bet they got the hell out of there ASAP? I don’t know a single hard working American that wants somebody so damn lazy around them, that they would allow these losers to mooch off of them. How many times does it take a Conservative to tell these idiots that Socialism leads to failure? I wish there was a newspaper that was honest enough to lay down the truth, in the biggest freaking font possible on the front page for all to see:


    And then outline the reasons why taxing the working class and wealthy is the biggest fallacy in all of mankind. That it doesn’t equate to freedom for all. and that without economic freedom, there is no freedom.

    It was proven time and again, the Progressive/Marxist/Socialist/Communist path is the worse path possible for mankind. I’ve yet to hear about a better way than Capitalism in it’s purest form, without the cronyism of the left.

  • [3] July 28, 2015 at 4:54am

    Hell, it’s not even an American made Jet!

    What’s this about, Cankles? Can’t afford a Cessna, or a Learjet? Oh, my fault, that would require you to go to “Fly Over Country” and acquire one, wouldn’t it? Of course you would rather get a french made piece of garbage. of course you’d think that because it’s a french made jet, and expensive, it must be good!

    There you go Aviation Unions of America. Some of you might have been willing to support Cankles, but look, she’s too damn good to fly ‘Murican made Jets!

    She would have been better off rolling out in a Bentley. At least it would have been more understandable, being a luxury car and all….

  • [7] July 28, 2015 at 2:46am

    Kraut is reaching for something to stop the roll these two are currently on.

    Problem with this is, Trump isn’t making bad laws in the Senate and making promises his ass can’t keep. That old dirt bag McCon-artist, on the other hand…

    Trump also didn’t go before 54 Senators and lie about a bill that was ceased, saying there was no bill. Nor did Trump try to call out said senator for bringing his dirt to light for all to see. Making false claims that the bill was heavily favored or that it had a lot of support.

    Last but not least for a bit, Cruz did the right thing in calling that old bastard out, and calling him Harry Reid on top of it all, should’ve melted the grey hairs off his wrinkled carcass. He told an awful lie to those senators, and he told many more awful lies to the public about their intentions once they got the Senate back from those scumbags on the Left. Somebody aside from Cruz should ask McConnell, what good does it do to win the Senate back, if he’s just going to BS around and pretend to be Harry Reid?

  • [2] July 28, 2015 at 12:50am

    Trump has hit more than a few nerves against the Progs. Nobody is liking him among the establishment, I think I like him more now.

    The problem with spouses alleging rape against each other, they have to prove/disprove consent between them. It’s too easy to say, we like to have rough sex, or, we’re into BDSM, or any other precursory action that could take place between two people that are legally married. So Ivana’s claim is a smear at best. For all we know, she had rough sex with a younger man, and accused Donald of roughing her up, describing the moment she was with a younger guy. Tough to claim such a thing against your spouse.

    Regardless, you’d have to be desperate as hell to bring back such an old claim to defame somebody. Most of the kids voting today weren’t even born in ’89, and you just know that was the demographic they were aiming for. It’s the demographic they always aim for during elections.

  • [21] July 28, 2015 at 12:18am

    Anyone realize how many pissed off people would come after the environmentalists over BBQ?!?! BBQ is a topic that easily crosses political and racial lines, something many can agree with!

    It would be the end of Environmentalists world wide!

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  • July 28, 2015 at 12:11am

    I don’t see how anyone could ever bring life into this world, and have the indecency and gall to destroy said life, without as much as question themselves if they’re doing the wrong thing or not.

    All the same, I’d like to see this Pro-Life stance become, as they say in the hood, a ‘Movement’. That would be the best thing ever, if more and more parents to be, especially among Blacks, gave Planned Parenthood the middle finger, and actually sought to take them down and out of the low income neighborhoods across this country. If Black lives truly matter, it has to start with Planned Parenthood first and foremost, not with a flag.

    But it’s not just about Black lives, it’s about the next generations of Americans. Unless people want to give this country up to illegals, basically throwing everything we all worked for away, by decimating our own people as a result, it’s time to make a move, NOW.

    And while I can appreciate the concerns that Glenn has shared about the prosecution of innocent lives abroad, I think we honestly need to make that same move at home. It’s hard to clean somebody else’s house, when your own is filthy. Charity starts at home.

  • July 27, 2015 at 5:46pm

    …And they could’ve spent $50 and watched Biden and the rest of the gang on their free time.

    Go to hell, DC. Go to hell.

  • [8] July 27, 2015 at 5:43pm

    Nothing short of epic, the timing of the Coke delivery van…

  • [5] July 27, 2015 at 5:35pm

    My point exactly, Sarah….

  • [5] July 27, 2015 at 2:34pm

    No problem, really. My ’04 still runs as if it has another 200K left in it. The wobble? Most likely the CV joint going out. With 217K on it, it’s time to replace it anyhow.

    What’s more concerning to me is the fact, these recalls are the direct result of UAW being die hard jackasses, and not doing the work required of them, while pushing for higher wages. That’s right, I’m calling them out. It’s because of them, Chrysler had to cheapen quality on their side, sending manufacturing to Mexico for cheaper labor. Of course, Chrysler isn’t innocent here. They have their share of blame in all of this. Like the brief merger with Daimler, that fell to complete crap…

    But the whole Airbag fiasco lies at the feet of the government for mandating them. They should be optional equipment, ’nuff said. they’re still relying on Nader’s report decades ago. Things have changed a lot since then. It’s not imperative to shove these airbags into every damn panel and orifice of a vehicle.

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  • [2] July 27, 2015 at 7:58am

    Why waste the Grunt power? Send 5 B-52′s loaded to the max. And have them do multiple runs at every little base installation they have. And if they show any signs of wiggling, then you send the grunts to clean up what’s left. Make the Grunt’s life easy.

    But hit Jung Un first. Hit him and his leadership first.

  • [4] July 27, 2015 at 5:35am

    “Where did all the Libertarians go!!?? ”

    We’re still here. And we don’t always agree on the same things. But for the most part, a Libertarian would not agree with Jindal’s actions. Others may think of other ways to resolve things creatively within the laws of the state and locally. But locking people up because you disagree with them is wrong.

    I’m writing Jindal’s comments on this as him being upset about what occurred that night. He knows better than this, that regardless who it is, they have the right to speak and demonstrate freely without being persecuted by discrimination of their beliefs. Westboro Church is the worse of the worse. They’re surely not welcomed in Kansas. But locals have handled their kind rather well in the last many years. So if they do come, let the locals do things their way, don’t get involved.

    Personally, I’d like to see a couple of witch doctors work their magic on those creeps….

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  • July 27, 2015 at 2:12am
    There are others out there, but this one is best of all….

  • [6] July 27, 2015 at 1:45am

    Jindal…you might want to make that temporary suspension of your campaign a permanent one. You can’t lock up people you disagree with. And the media, should you continue, will eat you alive with your actions.

    That being said, if you can find something on them within the current laws to disbar them from the area, go for it.
    Sheriff Arpiao approved.

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  • [2] July 27, 2015 at 1:15am

    My fault, I forgot that the fourth of the three was Andrew Breibart. He wasn’t a friend, nor ally to the Clintons. But he must’ve had something really good to share with us all.

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  • July 27, 2015 at 12:42am

    He’s good at playing with words and emotions however. We call Cruz a “Cuban-American”, but he’s still American to us, even though he was born in Canada. And that’s because we know both of his parents were legal citizens of the country.

    However, he calls that man his father (personally, I don’t believe that’s true.), whom of which wasn’t a legal citizen. He was in the country on a Visa. They look nothing alike, not even a smidgen. And….

    There’s two stories surrounding this screw up of a so called leader, neither of them are favorable, both of them have some significant claims against him. I, for one, think he’s lying about his “Kenyan heritage”, although it is possible that his momma lied to his supposed Kenyan father and told him it was his child and he accepted it. And as a result, he too, accepted that African man as his father. DNA testing wasn’t exactly a big thing back in those days, when it came to determining birthright. And just how many Kenyan men were having sex with white American women in those days? So the whole issue is shrouded in a funky green mist of deception and mystery.

    The other story? The Clintons knew he wasn’t eligible to be President. Four known Clinton friends and allies have died (I know, tell us something new, right?) between 2008 and 2012. Supposedly, all four knew something about 0bozo and was ready to spill the beans against him. Were they all killed, however? The truth is fleeting around the Clinton Cartel….

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  • [1] July 26, 2015 at 10:29pm

    If only Huck had a stick, he could beat Debbie Gatorback off of his heels…

  • [3] July 26, 2015 at 10:19pm

    there seems to be much more to this story, that the media is currently being quiet about.

    According to TMZ (of which, The Blaze has taken part in their festivities as of late….), there was a recording of Nick Gordon talking about what happened, did he kill her and what he speculates of the cause. From Gordon’s perspective, he said they were all doing drugs and drinking too. She was doing too much, however. Apparently there was an accident two days before she was found in that tub, between her and another man. The other man was in critical condition at the time. He felt that as soon as she awoke, that she would tell them the truth about what happened, and that they would feel stupid, and I paraphrase ‘about their assumptions about his role in the incident’ (can’t say stupid as ‘F’ on ‘The Blaze TMZ’….).

    Sounded as if she was under lots of stress after Whitney’s death and that led to the drinking and drugs habit. But when it comes to the Houston Estate, Whitney’s mother and Grandmother seems willing to toss anyone under the bus if it’s to save it. That’s why they took Bobbi Kristina to court to obtain it under their protection.

    Lot’s of Voodoo stuff going on there, I’d happily stay out of it…

    And Bobby has to be in shock right now. I can’t imagine how he feels right now.

  • [49] July 26, 2015 at 4:55pm

    McConnell is full of it. And of course, he drags his old rusty pail pals along with him. The usual suspects, Hatch, Cornyn, Cochran…old lap dogs of the Establishment. TRAITORS to us all, regardless of party lines.

    It’s time to take these old bastards down for good.

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