User Profile: arx

arx

Member Since: September 22, 2010

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  • [198] July 25, 2016 at 10:43am

    My hat is off to WikiLeaks. If the DNC conducts such dirty business via email, just imagine what is going on ‘off the record’ via phone and face-to-face conversations.

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  • [11] July 24, 2016 at 10:05am

    Yeah right? Typical pathetic tripe from a career politician. Can’t have it both ways.

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  • [1] July 22, 2016 at 2:45pm

    I am not a trumpster. In fact, I would have preferred any other candidate with real conservative credentials. Trump scares the crap out of me, but at this point I don’t have a choice, and hope that he pleasantly surprises everyone. There is at least a chance, if small, with him. With Hillary we know what we are going to get.

    Now back to your comments: this is clearly deceptive journalism on the part of the Blaze. There is no evidence that Trump is collaborating with these two, but the Blaze posts “Trump allies…” as if Trump is pulling the strings. Maybe he is, but no evidence indicates this. Maybe it is just these two involved.

    I for one am just so sick and tired of media trying to manipulate opinions. Rather than just print the facts, everything is about spin and presentation. And now the Blaze is so butt hurt and bent on taking down Trump, they are willing to help Hillary for the sake of their vendetta. Disgusting and shameful. To think I paid money to go see Beck and OReilly a few years back.

    We as conservatives need to think long and hard about our country, our children’s futures, and who represents the most risk to that which we hold dear. Trump will be easily impeached if he steps way out of line. Hillary will be unstoppable.

    Everyone should quit f$%!ng around and make a decision. Trump or Hillary.

  • [-1] July 22, 2016 at 2:28pm

    ….crickets….

  • [5] July 21, 2016 at 11:33pm

    Show me where Trump is shown to be involved in this? The Blaze is really getting to be as bad as CBS and others, making up headlines as they go: “Trump Allies…yada yada” And all the never-trumpers jump on the bandwagon screaming “see! see! Trump is bad!!” It would be comical if Hillary in the WH wasn’t at the end of this road.

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  • [-2] July 21, 2016 at 7:45pm

    “…more important than your personal feelings or insults”

  • [-3] July 21, 2016 at 7:31pm

    Herc,
    So that’s what Cruz was doing? Standing by his family? BS. That came up as damage control the next day. It looked to me more like grandstanding, and it surely wasn’t standing by his country.

    Slap,
    We don’t know what Trump would have done, so lets skip the unnecessary and vitriolic speculation. If your pledge goes out the window because of a slight, I’d hope that you would be enough of a man to simply turn down the invitation, and let that be your statement. Cruz accepted his enemy’s charity and then tried to use it against him. That is dishonorable in my book. But better yet, be a bigger man and realize that stopping Hillary is more important than your personal feelings or family, and fulfill your promise to endorse.

    Makingout and Brainpimp
    You’re wrong but won’t hold my breath waiting for you to admit it. Cruz promised to endorse. He did not object when Bret Baier clearly stated that all candidates present had signed the Republican pledge (which promises to not only support, but endorse), and when asked if he would support Trump, said “yes, because I gave my word that I would.” So he wants to benefit from the pledge and act like his word is his bond…but his word is crap. See youtube link below. And for the record, I used to support Cruz and am hardly a trumpet.

    /watch?v=Ty1eETVIFMs

  • [-2] July 21, 2016 at 1:53pm

    Slap,

    There is so much poo slinging and lying going on these days I don’t even try to keep up anymore. All I know is Cruz broke his word. That is the ultimate testimony of his character.

    If it wasn’t difficult or did not require sacrifice, it wouldn’t mean much. But I was taught that a man is worth as much as his word.

  • [-11] July 21, 2016 at 1:21pm

    Silverchick,

    My understanding is that all candidates agreed to the following:

    “I (name) affirm that if I do not win the 2016 Republican nomination for president of the United States I will endorse the 2016 Republican presidential nominee regardless of who it is. I further pledge that I will not seek to run as an independent or write-in candidate nor will I seek or accept the nomination for president of any other party.”

    But even if he wasn’t required to endorse, be honest and admit that the speech was not in the least supportive. In fact, it was the exact opposite. We both know that it was exactly what the never-trumpers wanted to hear. Save the “he didn’t say anything bad” and “being a part of the convention” rubbish.

    I never thought I would see so many conservatives twist themselves into pretzels to continue seeing things their own way, precisely in the same way liberals do. Very disappointing.

  • [10] July 21, 2016 at 11:14am

    There is what is said and what is done. Words are cheap. He broke his promise to endorse the GOP candidate.

    Playing with semantics may be more important to you than a man’s word, but not to me and many others.

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  • [1] July 21, 2016 at 10:30am

    I have no reason to doubt that Trump would have endorsed Cruz if the shoe was on the other foot. He strikes me as a man who can take or leave his political career. But it is not on the other foot, and Cruz repeatedly stated that he would support the GOP nominee. I supported Cruz until he withdrew, and I would have again until I saw this speech. Trump was gracious enough to allow him to speak, and rather than reciprocate, honor his commitment, and do what he can to unify the party…he vomits up this useless drivel.

    The man broke his word. Put a fork in him, he’s done.

  • [2] July 18, 2016 at 11:12pm

    Sgt. Cookies. I was a Cruz supporter, up until the point he pulled out. He gave his word, several times, to support the GOP candidate. Am I excited about voting for a guy who has donated to democrats (and republicans)? No. But he can’t be worse than Clinton, and he may be a whole lot better. But either way I don’t have a choice, and I’m not going to stick my head in the sand and do nothing when I can help stop Clinton. Calling those like me traitors is like a child stomping his feet and crying because his friends won’t jump off a cliff before he does. Grow the f@(# up.

  • [20] July 18, 2016 at 4:31pm

    You’re not sure that the country can survive Clinton, but you won’t vote for her opponent. Nope, you’ll spend time and money wasting a vote. That’s just brilliant.

  • [-1] July 15, 2016 at 11:17pm

    Headline is misleading. She wasn’t simply “not backing”, she was actively attempting to thwart the will of the voters and undermine legitimate party rules. I wish I could expect better from you Blaze, but I imagine you are still sucking on sour grapes.

    Rules are the rules and if everyone decides they don’t apply to them, chaos will result. Maybe there should be some consequences for her action. Loss of her position at a minimum. I for one am sick of people feeling like they can do whatever they feel like without consequence. It’s also nice to see someone stand by their words and not grovel at the first pointed finger.

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  • July 15, 2016 at 7:08pm

    I won’t bother using logic or reason responding to a childish turd who is incapable of disagreeing without throwing unwarranted insults around.

    You obviously have serious psychological hang-ups with police officers. Were you violated in some po dunk jail cell and now sweat at the mere sight of a badge?

    What does this situation have to do with an officer calling out misleading commands or raping a woman on the side of the highway? It is very interesting that you brought rape into this. Why don’t you say what is really going on with you? It’s nothing to be ashamed of if it was against your will. On second thought, just go seek help.

    P.S. Almost nothing worse than a hypocrite who chooses a religious handle and then acts like a first class a$$ wipe towards those who simply disagree.

  • [-1] July 14, 2016 at 6:31pm

    I don’t give a rat’s a$$ who is issuing the commands, as long as they are doing their job or doing what they legitimately feel needs to be done at that moment. You act like this is a sack size argument, as if “following orders’ somehow offends your pride. This isn’t about pride. It’s about ensuring that everyone goes home safe.

  • July 14, 2016 at 6:22pm

    Glory this isn’t the “Leave it to Beaver” America you may have grown up in. This young man was clearly showing indications of being a potential threat, and the cops need not place their lives at risk because he wants to act like an a$$ hole. Even with the hand switches, you may be surprised how fast he could have produced a weapon. Justified shooting.
    I have no problem following the commands of a police officer who wants to go home to his kids. Complaining about following simple physical commands so everyone ensures their own safety is ridiculous and petty. You should be complaining about truly unconstitutional and unlawful commands that I’m sure you obey without a second thought every day, like most of us.

  • [1] July 13, 2016 at 4:02pm

    B.S. Show me one example of a BLM agitator acknowledging these facts. Point out a different interpretation. No, what’s being repeated ad nauseam is ‘cops unjustly kill blacks’ even though every single one of their pathetic examples are clearly shown to be justified shootings, with the possible exception of MN but the facts aren’t in on that one. Enough with the lies Pencil-Richard.

  • [7] July 13, 2016 at 3:35pm

    Yes it has worked out dandy, but you’re too ignorant to know that you directly benefit from the fruits of Christian civilization every day of your miserable life.

    It is ludicrous to compare a 7th century death cult inspired by a murderous pedophile with Christianity. Read a history book once in awhile and give credit where it is due

  • [18] July 13, 2016 at 1:03pm

    You can’t tell someone something that they don’t want to hear. “…a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest, mmmm” Simon & Garfunkel

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