User Profile: AZfreeman


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  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 11:04am

    Guage. I agree. What does it take to get to the truth and actually hold corrupt politicians accountable? I would give my life savings to see that happen. Tar and feathers anyone?

    Americans won’t negotiate with terrorists NEVER! …oh wait.. but, we will reward them with US dollars for killing Americans? This money would be better spent on a few well placed missiles and air strikes. I agree that the senators are looking to make a play (with our money) to further advance their careers by trying to appear concerned and sympathetic… it doesn’t work well for them. …rf

  • [7] September 5, 2014 at 3:07pm

    ​Everyone is posting how wonderful Mr. Yong Kim is, and he may very well deserve that praise. However, the Cynic in me is saying… he is also a smart Oriental business owner. He may have seen what happened to the ‘quick stop’ in Ferguson MO a few weeks ago where Mike Brown stole some cigars. A smart businessman would do and say whatever was necessary to keep the friends of these two thugs from doing the same to his business. If I were in his shoes, I’d say the same thing….just before I sold out and moved away. In the mean time, Mr. Kim needs to meet Mr. Smith and Mr. Wesson. and hope for a sale before this situation escalates. …rf

  • [5] August 31, 2014 at 1:38pm

    ​Elections have consequences. Only a fool would be surprised that Barrack ‘Islam’ Obama is leading America to destruction. If you’re too stupid to see the writing on the wall – PLEASE DON’T VOTE! We have to start telling it as it is… Hussein is not “over his head”, he is not “incompetent”, he is not “stupid or lazy”. He is on a radical subversive mission. He has been wildly successful, and he will be extremely proud of his legacy for the rest of his limited days. A traitor in the white house, and we sit quietly and do nothing.
    As bad as he is, I’m more upset with my fellow Americans who have allowed the progressive/liberal/socialist/democrats on MSM to brainwash them into voting for this POS marxist. I’m afraid we are now a nation of fools who ‘deserve the leaders we get’. …rf

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  • April 12, 2014 at 10:54am

    THE NEXT STEP: we should all sit quietly and allow the Feds to proclaim our homes as ‘federal property’ then charge us user fees to live in them. Anyone who doesn’t pay should be put out on the street. After all, we would be using FEDERAL LAND “cost free” which wouldn’t be fair to everyone else. Grow a set….or lose them forever. …rf

  • January 15, 2014 at 10:21am

    ​In the immortal words of her girlfriend…”at this point, what difference does it make”.

    Hey Blaze, this is a BS story. …rf

    In reply to the story Michelle Obama Doesn't Rule Out...

  • December 3, 2013 at 2:09pm

    Should a persons’ occupation lend more or less credibility to their Constitutionally correct ideas? Some on the left use that premise to ridicule Levin, Rush or any other great conservative thinker.
    If his vision is clear and his instincts are correct, why would we care if he were a street sweeper or a congressman? If he is an intelligent man with moral clarity and strength of character, perhaps we should support him. I agree he is pushing interest in his bestselling book, but should we hold that against him or look closely at who he really is? I have watched Dan for a long time. If he could ever get away from the progressive (read that: communist) Northeast U.S., he would be a super star. Look where electing supposedly “qualified” men has gotten us !!! I would support ‘any guy off the street’ who had his head screwed on correctly (for a change). Where is Sara Palin or Glenn Beck in all this? My 2cents…rf

  • November 25, 2013 at 5:26pm

    Why wait for Americans to be decapitated? Perhaps a little preemptive action is called for? America is a tolerant nation, but tolerance and wisdom are not mutually exclusive. Regards ….rf

  • [1] November 25, 2013 at 5:17pm

    Ghost… I think we are mostly in agreement except for the definition of the term “islamic”. I think there is a very ‘fuzzy line’ between the so-called ‘religion’ of islam and radical islamic nut-jobs. Is it a religion or is it a waring political ideology? I contend that murder, rape, pedophilia, non-stop violence, persecution of other religions to include murder, and a crazed view of world domination make islam and radical islam a very dangerous political cult type ideology rather than a religion. The First Amendment does not apply here. Surely it would not include any group that would want to make a human blood sacrifice to their gods – and that’s what we’ve got here… not peaceful “families sitting in their home praying five times a day to the east”. Not just Angola, but the leaders of Russia and Australia have both come out and made strong cases to discourage the practice of islam in their countries. And America elects a mooslum president? What are we thinking?
    “..If you need to put people in jail for their beliefs alone, then you’re doing it wrong…”
    I’m not talking about jail. These people should all be in their respective countries. These animals are evil. They should never be given visas or U.S. Citizenship. The first rule is to identify your enemy.
    “..If they act and harm people, then you take out those who did the harm…”
    There is no “if” about it. That is their way, just read the news. Why wait for Americans to be decapita

  • November 25, 2013 at 2:48pm

    “Nothing legitimizes a bad idea so much as banning it does…”

    I would say that if no one objects or stands up to evil or bad ideas…we are lost. When you have a society which has gone through the moral and social decline/decay such as ours, your statement may no longer be valid IMHO. When a society can no longer make honest moral judgements which are in their own best interests, you have two options. You can either try to restore virtue to the people (which, if it works at all, may take decades), or you can make laws to try to govern an immoral people or, protect your citizens. This may work temporarily, but requires moral leaders at the top – that’s hard to find. We all know you can’t (or shouldn’t try) to legislate morality. However, if you have a truly “bad idea” and good people do nothing…well, as Benjamin Franklin said, “all it takes for evil to succeed, is for good men to do nothing”! So, what’s the answer?
    I suggest we use the tactics of the left to defeat the left. Take a “bad idea” and make it UN-COOL. Use ridicule, sarcasm, comedy, and launch a media campaign to defeat it. I don’t see how we regain our country with the methods used by our parents and teachers of fifty years ago, to instruct on virtue and morality…good and evil. 50 years ago we lived in a different world. …rf

  • July 8, 2013 at 4:29pm

    Exactly ! This was too easy. The Dallas law firm should also be investigated. The possibility of an inside job (probably for a payoff) should not be overlooked. If you had irreplaceable info against high officials on a computer, are you telling me that this attorney did not back it up and safe guard it in multiple locations? Would you turn over your computer with that info on it to a lawyer without backing it up for your own protection? ..this story smells to high heaven.

    Corruption breeds corruption….rf

  • May 27, 2013 at 3:03pm

    Posts like yours from real gardeners is why I’m reading this whole topic. The GMO topic won’t be decided here, but to be on the safe side I’ll only use Heirloom seeds in the future. My fear is that we will be lied to, and sold GMO seeds labeled Heirloom. I have been gardening for only 3 years, but have started having trouble getting many of my seeds to germinate and survive even the most gentle transplanting. I keep thinking it was is fault, but now I’m not sure. Anyone have a good link on this topic (other than political)? Thanks ….rf

  • May 26, 2013 at 2:53pm

    “Violence begets violence”

    Pacifiers beget Dictators and their slaves.

    Nice to live in the U.S. (for now) wouldn’t you say on this Memorial Day weekend? If you speak freely, thank the Founders. If you speak English, thank a Veteran ….rf

  • May 25, 2013 at 10:26am

    This is our own fault. If these invaders couldn’t find work, or a place to live, or get free education, or food stamps, or health care, or get a drivers license….how long would it take them to “self-deport” ??? It’s simple really…If you don’t want someone to come to your home, don’t make them feel welcome.

    God bless Sheriff Joe for showing us how things should be done. …rf

  • May 24, 2013 at 8:00pm

    Where did holder come from? …Oh, that’s right, he is part of the regime appointed by the beloved Fuhrer with a 51% approval rating (a fish rots from the head down). When will this nightmare be over. …rf

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  • May 24, 2013 at 7:01pm

    Some folks are so brainwashed with progressive, p.c.untruths that they even voted for the Messiah simply to prove their purity (never letting reality or the facts interfere with their distorted vision of utopia).

    Ted Cruze is also Hispanic and I would support him in a heartbeat for President. What could possibly be the difference between these two men of the same race?…think hard…..can’t figure it out? It’s easy to use the “racist card” to cover-up the truth isn’t it? Idiot! ….rf

  • May 24, 2013 at 5:54pm

    “Rubio knows that if he gets this bill passed, even the Hispanic liberals will vote for him”.

    That may be true, but how many Conservatives and ‘stricter border control’ people will he lose? If that’s his thinking, it will bring him down.

    You are right about our AZ Senators. The irony is, we have the likes of Rubio, Flake and McCain making it easier for Mexicans to cross the AZ border and eventually vote for Dems or Rinos. AZ is now officially a ‘purple’ state. …rf

  • May 24, 2013 at 4:58pm


    Look at Jessie Jackson, Oblamo, Rubio, Sharpton, the list goes on. Even George W. had Mexican family members to “explain” his actions (or lack thereof).

    Rubio and West are good Conservatives ….right up to the impact point of their own race, then their thinking gets fuzzy. I truly believe the only non-racists in this country are the 2nd and 3rd generation European whites….so much for the ‘melting pot’ experiment. ..rf

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  • May 18, 2013 at 10:50am

    There have always been three ways to change our government. 1. the ballot box. 2. revolution, or 3. de-funding (although I’m not sure de-funding has ever been tried). Obviously, the ballot box doesn’t work anymore when you have an uniformed, apathetic and immoral electorate who are only interested in the free stuff they will be provided; and a congress of weak-kneed evil men who are unwilling to take real measures to correct the situation. Revolution is the last choice, so shouldn’t we take a hard look at not paying taxes? How do you convince enough people (in mass) that not paying taxes and being willing to face the consequences together is better than taking a rifle to DC? Can we find the courage to ‘pledge our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor’ once again? …rf

  • May 13, 2013 at 11:34am

    Many union members join the democrat party because they want to hold on to their job or try to get a better job.
    Many government employees become democrats for the same dam reasons. Truth and high moral character has ‘nuttin’ to do with it.
    However, when they are squished like bugs by their beloved party or an event unfolds which turns the tide of public opinion, all of a sudden they want to be whistleblowers and expose fraud. And we (the sheeple) are supposed to believe they are beacons for truth and justice? Anyone who has not seen what the democrat/socialist/progressive/marxist party has become is either an idiot or a progressive, and should not be trusted in a position of responsibility.
    We should be glad the truth is coming out, but these people do not deserve an ounce of extra credit IMHO. I’m not a republicrat either…I’m a freedom fighting AMERICAN PATRIOT and we WILL take this country back!

    A rose by any other name is still a rose, but a Democrat by any other name is still a progressive idiot….rf

  • March 23, 2013 at 2:05pm

    Exactly right ! Except… forget about accountability…our nation’s ruin is neigh.

    Did you ever try to help a drug addict? They won’t hear a word you say. They won’t admit there is a problem. All they want is your money so they can continue their habit. Progressive/liberal/democraps are drug addicts with a mental disease. It’s well past time for some ‘tough love’. The question is….who is willing and able to administer the ‘TL’. and will it start before or after the next great depression? …rf

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