F that. He, and those of his ilk F’IN LIVE OFF OF OUR DIME, AND WE SHOULD START TO TREAT THEM LIKE IT. Their armed security detail is payed for by us. They can all go F themselves. Their wet dream of an unarmed America, is failing everywhere its in effect in this Country. Places under their control with the strictest gun control have the most well armed criminals.
February 21, 2014 at 2:24pm
Jewden, vhere har your payperϟ ¿
February 7, 2014 at 3:32pm
I’m sure that’s a normal reaction after what amounts to killing your own child.
The progressives hope this sinks Christie as well. They did this in 2008 and 2012, pick off the contenders one made up scandal at a time. I was never a Chris Christie fan though I did like the way he initially treated the teachers unions. He was at least able to expose the union leaders for the crooks they were and pull the general populations head out. Like most progressives though the blue bleeds through exposing their lack of intelligence, ethics and morals.
November 11, 2013 at 7:25pm
vhere ar yur paypars
November 10, 2013 at 2:41pm
christie is a progressive liberal. He’s been the governor of nj long enough to see that… The gun laws there speak for themselves. It’s laughable to even remotely consider him being anywhere near pro-2nd Amendment.
We’re looking at romney part II + mccain part III all rolled up into a fat pile of progressive liberalism. I’ll never vote for him no matter the circumstance.
October 31, 2013 at 5:44pm
I hope he goes for it. I will donate.
October 19, 2013 at 5:55pm
I admire him as a ball player. He always seemed like a class act, no doubt a “good guy” in my opinion. Saying that, the rich, connected and famous should be treated no different than us. I HATE the gun laws we have in this “free country” of ours, but I have zero sympathy when a supporter of anti-Bill of Rights politicians gets in trouble from laws they back. How does it feel Mr. Russell???
October 11, 2013 at 4:20pm
Ted Nugent will miss his punching bag.
October 4, 2013 at 4:18pm
Statistics will count that criminal as “killed by gun violence”, as if he were a victim…
October 3, 2013 at 1:33pm
I’m pleasantly surprised that the republicans haven’t caved in yet.
We need a lot more politicians like Paul. A lot more…
September 26, 2013 at 1:54pm
peter king calling anyone a “fraud” is as big as a farce as I can think of. I’m sick of the pos. king is a disgraceful RINO of the highest order, the typical NE liberal. Cruz might not be perfect, but this Country can use a lot more politicians like him. The sooner king is sent packing, the better.
September 18, 2013 at 6:36pm
Its a good thing that Glenn is not a state Senator. We might have to recall him!!!
August 19, 2013 at 9:29pm
I will never buy anything from them. I’ll be supporting my local gun shop, who’s owner lives in my community and actually leads the fight against unconstitutional gun laws. While the big box stores are owned by outsiders WHO COULDN’T GIVE A RATS AZZ ABOUT TYRANNICAL LAWS IN MY AREA. Their name fits.
 August 8, 2013 at 2:47pm
No doubt, вдядск нцϞϞёiи obдmд is witless kenyan… Way, way stupider than Bush…
July 28, 2013 at 4:39pm
nyc and weiner are a perfect match. They deserve each other!
July 21, 2013 at 7:02pm
@SKUNKBEAR, you are right.
July 21, 2013 at 6:49pm
The Goldman Sachs info is in the last paragraph under “personal life”.
Interesting stuff on his dad too. It says he fought FOR fidel castro during the Cuban revolution (does a “red flag” get any redder). I’d like to learn more about it, but if its accurate this don’t look good for a presidential hopeful… I’d like to be president. By the way, my father fought WITH fidel castro to bring communism 60 miles off our shore…
What about Scott Walker?
July 21, 2013 at 5:55pm
I like what he’s doing in the senate a lot, but the man was born in Canada and that disqualifies him… His wife is currently head of the Southwest Region in the Investment Management Division of Goldman, Sachs & Co. and the global banker ties should disqualify him even more. I hope he stays in the senate and continues the great job he’s doing there.
I think that Ted Cruz has disqualified himself. He has expressed his wish to serve in the Senate, not to run for President. But I hate to tell you friend. Obama has already prepared himself for his 3rd, 4th, and 5th term as America crashes into total bankruptcy both fiscal and moral by the end of 2015 There won't be a Presidential election in 2016.
STEALTHMAN, "There won’t be a Presidential election in 2016."
I agree. I stand by my claim I made after obuma was first elected that he will be the last president of the US.
Interesting. I would like to see where you dug that information up though. I began distrusting him when he called for us to get involved in Syria. If it's true he has connections to Goldman Sachs... wow were we bamboozled. But, no big surprise though considering he's a Harvard lawyer. He still appears to be MUCH better than most of his colleagues on the surface, just have an uneasy feeling in the gut. On the other hand, neocon Peter King's statements about Cruz are a plus. It's just so hard to trust anyone with any type of power anymore. Currently, I think Justin Amash is the only one that could make me let my guard down a little. Perhaps Rand, Massie and Lee as well.
ATOMIC, "...the man was born in Canada and that disqualifies him..."
Actually, the courts have already ruled that as long as one of the parents is a US citizen then it does not matter where the kid is born he/she is a US citizen and qualified to hold the office.
But I do agree with you on Cruz's connections to the banksters. Although in the end the banksters control almost all of them anyway.
The Goldman Sachs info is in the last paragraph under "personal life".
Interesting stuff on his dad too. It says he fought FOR fidel castro during the Cuban revolution (does a "red flag" get any redder). I'd like to learn more about it, but if its accurate this don't look good for a presidential hopeful... I'd like to be president. By the way, my father fought WITH fidel castro to bring communism 60 miles off our shore...
What about Scott Walker?
@SKUNKBEAR, you are right.
So not only did his wife worked with Goldman Sachs, but also with Condoleezza Rice while he worked for Bush campaign? He really does seem like a neocon more and more every day.