@AbrahamsSheepdawg I support TC but this lie about DT & single payer makes us look like the left. Please let’s be honest w/ every candidate.
Here’s what his plan calls for (as outlined by a delegate for Sen Ted Cruz & well known, widely published expert in the HC field.)
When Trump says ‘universal’, he does NOT mean single payer & it truly saddens me to see so many untruths being told by politicos & then repeated by my conservative brethren as well as my favorite conservative publications. https://csteventucker.wordpress.com/2016/02/11/no-senator-cruz-donald-trump-does-not-want-single-payer-health-care/
10) He supported the bank bailouts in 2009.
9) He imposes nanny state welfare programs like “Operation Paycheck.”
8) He cautioned the GOP against being “the party of anti-everything” (i.e., following the Constitution) in 2013.
7) He opposes requiring foreigners to learn English, and provided Florida license exams in Spanish free of charge, at taxpayer expense, in 2000.
6) He refuses to make any kind of pledge against tax hikes, and admits that “compromise” on increasing our already crushing tax burden is perfectly fine.
5) He demanded greater race and gender diversity in trial judges (i.e., preferential treatment for everyone but white males), instead of simply prioritizing qualifications and merit (actual equality) in March of 2008.
4) Florida’s budget grew by 27% during Bush’s terms. He proposes a new government program for every problem and demonstrates zero fiscal restraint.
3) He opposes offshore drilling and spends big on environmental conservation projects.
2) He is an enthusiastic supporter of Common Core.
1) He openly advocates rewarding illegal immigrants for breaking into our country.
It does not matter who one votes for, there is no 2 party system Democrat/Republican, they are one, all politics are phoney, all of the politicians boss is the Beast/Papacy, please watch,
And also Jeb Bush also closed down all the State Mental Hospitals, and dumped all those poor people on the streets...............
In a recent poll
Cruze for president - 202 for
Bush - -23 for
Here's the deal. You're right on this but it doesn't matter. If the RNC picks him he will be the guy. Then the sheep will come into line. Did you not see the willful blindness regarding Romney/Ryan on here in 2012. It was insane. You could post pages and pages of documentation about their voting records and what they had done/said. If you questioned them, you got "Get out of here troll and go vote for Obama".
I mean sometime the Blaze Echo Chamber of Ignorance is flat out scary. Look at how people separate people from the issues. They have wildly inconsistent world views that ebb and flow depending on whether the person who said/did something had and R or D in front of his name.
Until we fix that, nothing will change. Frankly, I don't think it is fixable because people can't break from this false choice paradigm.
One more reason to say no to Jeb Bush... He'll never be president.
TERM LIMITS...........FLAT TAX...........write in candidate
 June 13, 2014 at 11:29pm
IRS Commissioner testified in March that they had Lois Lerner emails and would supply them to Congress http://bit.ly/1mU7Vaz
[-2] April 26, 2014 at 12:56pm
Once again, in 1781 congress approved the purchase of Bibles to be used in America’s public schools. Your view is opposite that of the constitution’s framers.
[-1] April 26, 2014 at 12:54pm
In 1781 congress approved the purchase of Bibles to be used in America’s public schools.So apparently your view was not one shared with our nation’s founders.
Another reader of D Barton, world renowned revisionist of the history that he NEVER studied, scuttles out from under the baseboards.
Quick, get the light of reality in here and chase it back under the stove.
Sorry bliss, but THAT old lie from Barton has been thoroughly debunked ad infinitum.
Try another lie from one of his, snicker, books.
April 1, 2014 at 12:41pm
Yeah, the big donors (aka: crony corporatists) that were behind Romney & GW Bush do.
God forbid a conservative ever get in there & cuts off their funds from the public trough & jeopardize their monopolies They see it in their best interest to support a RINO that throws away the election because a true conservative would put a stop to their whole scheme… That’s why they fund both Democrats & Republicans. They just need to guarantee they have a crony in the WH.
March 14, 2014 at 10:26pm
The way he talks about “the gun lobby” tells you everything you need to know about this “Christian”. He’s one of those ‘progressive Christians’, so it’s no surprise he doesn’t see any bias.
Interesting article. The "Clean Flicks" case comes to mind. It was a Utah company that bought copies of movies (it was in the VCR days) and edited them (removing parts that its customers wanted out) and resold them. The movie makers complained to a court that their works were being messed with -- and they were able to shut down Clean Flicks.
And again, another example of sarcasm apparently failing on the internet . . .
No, I wasn't saying it would be constitutional for the government to do that. My (purportedly sarcastic) point was that the constitution should allow neither. It should protect, in essence, a religious business owner's right to be an ass. (They of course don't think they are being an ass, but that's the POINT of protecting different religions--we don't allow the government to judge the content of the religion [insert obvious safety exceptions]. If the government thinks you're being an ass--but that's what your religion teaches, well, First Amendment should say debate is over.)
Regarding the article, I see the distinction they are trying to draw, but I don't subscribe to it. I don't subscribe to that line of thinking because the essence of that distinction is protecting SPEECH, not religion. I believe religion deserves nearly every bit the protection that speech gets. Whether their business is speech or not, don't tell a business owner they have to violate their religious sensibilities in the conduct of their business.
Were I to have it my way, there would be no public accommodations law like in Colorado. Public accommodation or not, I don't think the government should be able to force a business owner to serve who she doesn't want to. I get the history of Jim Crow and all, but if she's a bigot, let the public shun her and the market shut her down, not the government.
November 15, 2013 at 10:28pm
@hcaz23: Do you not think that Arab Christians exist?
Newsflash: THEY DO.
Typical leftist idiot full of rage. Sound like a 20-something ‘occupy’ idiot that has a lot of growing up to do.
And by the way, Jesus told us we shall know other believers by their fruits.
Any fruit Bashirs is producing is rotten toxic.
Tell me hc; do you see the love of Christ in this man’s words?
November 8, 2013 at 12:35am
We can’t even get them labeled correctly & Obama appointed a Monsanto VP as ‘food safety czar’. Do you really believe that will ever happen?
@BONSAIBOY: And you can’t handle the fact that by a ratio of 80 to 1, (to the tune of 1.5 to 2 MILLION times per year), Americans use guns for crime prevention rather than to commit murders . You’d rather ignore that thanks to their restrictive gun laws, the UK’s violent crime rate is 4 times higher than ours, their rape rate 125% higher than ours.& they have 133% more assaults than we do. You can’t handle the fact that at least 200,000 American women per year use firearms to protect themselves from sexual assault. YOU would rather have all of us just be helpless victims! You don’t believe in empowering women! No matter how many liberal lies you spew, the truth of your agenda is made bare in your policies & practice.. What a POS you & the rest of your ilk are!
Boy did AZ & the nation miss out when they chose John McRINO over the author, Mr JD Hayworth, A REAL CONSERVATIVE!
God bless you Mr. Hayworth.
August 2, 2013 at 1:25am
IDK about this video as it looks like they could be lanterns… But there are a lot of valid sightings & videos out there. The truth is they are interdimensional beings, not beings from a different planet. Former MUFON agents & UFO researchers have a group that gives the details on it all.. Their website is located at; http://www.alienresistance.org
August 1, 2013 at 11:00pm
1) They don’t see people as individuals. They see people as groups only.
2) They are unable to judge a situation fairly or objectively.
3) They seek power by creating conflict and dividing people for personal gain.
–YEP! Sounds like people of the ‘liberal / progressive’ ilk to me!
July 13, 2013 at 2:51am
So funny you would say that about an industry completely devoid of any oversight. The fact of the matter is abortion clinics are not even held to basic health or safety standards & the clinics are unique in this, as all other free-standing medical clinics are held to standards that ensure the well-being of patients. Even tattoo parlors & cosmetologists that do hair & nails in salons must follow state-imposed health standards but not abortion clinics…. And you do realize the pro choicers have been working super hard in Texas to block legislation that would make the clinics behave like, well…Medical facilities..
Safe.. It’s amazing to me people claim this what with all the deaths, injuries, infections & permanent disabilities caused to women along with the FACT a child will die every time one of these procedures is done, you would think that talking point would have died out long ago.
July 13, 2013 at 2:33am
@CRAZYTRAVIS: Not necessarily..
Excerpt from The Witherspoon Institute’s, “The Constitutionality of Protecting Unborn Babies at 20 Weeks” http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2013/07/10524/
“Some have argued that the Court’s pronouncements on viability are problematic for SB1, given that unborn children can experience pain at 20 weeks of development—just shy of viability (at least until medical technology improves). A three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit—the most aggressively activist and most frequently (by far) overruled federal court in the country—adopted this position earlier this year when reviewing an abortion law in Arizona (Isaacson v. Horne).
But this view is mistaken. The facts about fetal pain offer profound new insights “into the independent existence of a second life,” providing compelling grounds “in reason and fairness” to extend the protection of the law to this class of human beings. Fetal viability is not talismanic or mystical in its import to a bare majority of Justices—it was used merely as a proxy for the state’s interest in the life of the unborn child.”
That's disturbing. That is not normal human behavior. I feel my capitol building is now in extreme need of an immediate exorcism. Geez, now I gotta find something to wash that out of my head before it leaves a permanent stain... UGGH
Bone chilling, hellish sound. "We are legion" is the perfect analogy here.
There can be no other explanation for the hatred from people cheering with delirium to murder a baby. Not especially surprising from the Party with 50% denouncing God on their platform.
Saw some of the videos by participants. I also watched the live stream of the Senate Session. You could barely hear any of that inside, quite good soundproofing I must say.
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