User Profile: Blue Collar Conservative

Blue Collar Conservative

Member Since: July 10, 2011

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  • June 15, 2013 at 2:13am

    blah blah blah. republican this, republican that. zzzzzzzzzzz. we the people have “moved on” from the idiocy of the parties, because we realize that progressives exist in both parties. ever wonder why you don’t see me on progressive websites? there’s no point, idiot. your ranting here, where the truth is, just shows people how stupid their political opponents are. thanks. keep up the “good” work!

  • April 5, 2013 at 2:31am

    There’s nowhere to run, this is , as Ronaldis Magnus said, “The world’s last, best hope”. We have a responsibility to defend it. The consequence of failure in this matter is devastating at best. Americans don’t run away from tyrants, we defeat them. Don’t let them win. Talk to your neighbors, friends, and family, go to city and county meetings and fight verbally, to prevent the alternative. We must believe that god is at work here on our behalf, and speak the truth boldly. god wants nothing to do with their “progressive” agenda.

  • April 5, 2013 at 2:03am

    Even though my state of Washington is considered solidly in the liberal/progressive political column, we do have a libertarian style constitution that puts concealed carry in the hands of the elected county sheriff. This makes our 2nd amendment right more secure because we “county folks” have more say in who is sheriff. Believe me, our sheriff wouldn’t have a job if he attempted anything like this with one of our law abiding, responsible citizens. Yes, just like where you live, we conservatives live away from cities where the idiots rule. If you’re still in a city, in these times, you’re a fool.

  • September 2, 2011 at 2:27am

    Yes, simply beg his royal highness for redress of grievance, and he’ll “seriously consider” thinking about having lower royalty “seriously consider” your “very important” (chortle) concerns. After all, One of such incredibly brilliant intelligence must strive to appear concerned with the surfs and plebeians so as to avoid any dreadful decent among the subjects.

  • September 2, 2011 at 2:11am

    Ok, does anyone remember that the United States did NOT invent slavery? Not before the war between the states. Not even after the revolution, In fact, the 3/5th clause in the constitution was put there to reduce the pro-slavery states representation in congress so that we could end slavery. Also, I would like for someone to explain to me the exact visual symbolism on the confederate flag that represents slavery. My guess is that if one does the research, as this patriot clearly did, he would find only noble symbolism that has nothing to do with slavery and everything to do with freedom.

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  • August 22, 2011 at 9:57pm

    Headline: Maxine Waters and the Democrat party “Officially” declare war on American Taxpayers!

  • August 16, 2011 at 3:59am

    @ jack2011
    Ya, I see what you mean, instead of killing our mortal enemies we should just kill innocent souls in the womb, saves money and all.

  • August 16, 2011 at 3:54am

    You might want to define “political experience”. McCain had lots of that. That’s the problem! Political experience is ALL BO has. How’s that workin’ for ya? ( to quote Cain himself ). I’ll take honesty and practical experience over political experience any day.

  • August 16, 2011 at 3:32am

    Mathews: ” Blah, blah, I’m a commi rat, blah, blah, Bush’s fault, blah, blah, tea baggers, blah, blah, I love Alinsky blah, blah.”
    This man and his network have NO CREDIBILITY LEFT. Who’s going to believe them if they do find any skeletons in Perry’s closet, their three audience members?

  • August 16, 2011 at 3:01am

    The key thing to remember here is that Cain IS a good man, and hasn’t been saturated with the stupidity bubble that is Washington DC. Honesty is what Americans need the most right now more than anything, and he will deliver it. The problem I see with Ron Paul is that A LOT of his supporters ARE dope smokers trying to achieve the one objective that matters to them: drug legalization. Believe me, I live in a hippy town and I see who they support. Ron may not be actively seeking their support on purpose, but it is a factor. Frankly, I would still vote for him anyway if he won the nomination, but he’s not my first choice for other reasons. It’s still early in the process, so Cain still has a chance. Those who are overly concerned about the perception of his race are simply projecting their own racism on the rest of us. Republicans have always historically been on the side of equality, I don’t see any reason to change that in order to allow the progressive camel’s nose under our tent for votes. I have no patience for racists.

  • August 11, 2011 at 2:13am

    I am also an employed Tea Party Patriot. My guess at why progressive socialists see the tea party this way is because most people with jobs don’t have a lot of time for political rallies, so one might see a lot of retired people organizing and attending these things. Only when they started seeing younger people there did they make up the “unemployed” tag. The race thing is not a reflection of the type of people who would relate to our cause, but a reflection of the reality of the state of African/American culture in the United States and the fact that the majority of blacks are being used by progressive socialists for their own political ends. I think the black population is open to the truth though, and more and more will see liberty and responsibility as a way out of the socialist misery the Dems constantly peddle to them. They will see that individualism is better than living in the race based box the dems want to keep them in. I welcome all liberty lovers, no matter the color.

  • August 10, 2011 at 2:16am

    I’m thinkin’ I should get a job at MSNBC. I can be an idiot, and a screw up, my ratings apparently won’t matter, and facts won’t matter either. SWEET.

  • August 10, 2011 at 2:12am

    I makes perfect sense if your trying to institute an authoritarian government.

  • August 10, 2011 at 2:04am

    Congrats Newsweek, you are now exactly like all the other 100 liberal rags/blogs I could get anywhere. Why bother with having a building, or employees when one idiot blogger in his underwear in his mommy’s basement could come up with more diversity of opinion than your entire company . . . all $1.00 of it.

  • August 10, 2011 at 1:52am

    Don’t worry, they don’t mean it. They’ll be back to insulting and lying about her and Palin tomorrow, they can’t hold back their hatred for more than 24 hours.

  • August 10, 2011 at 1:47am

    @jrook
    Facts would be nice, just because you read it on the Hufpo doesn’t make it true. BO & all the democraps and their lackeys in the media were the ones crying default. What reasonable people who know and use facts knew was that default only happens when you don’t pay your creditors, and that there is plenty of money coming in to pay our creditors, and social security checks, and medicare, and the military, and the courts, and law enforcement. But what progs. like you were worried about was all the waste money that accomplishes nothing, but makes a few lazy, or corrupt people happy. Bauchman represents an end to the kind of programs that don’t help, aren’t effective, and of coarse cost too much.The leaches who live off the largess of the bloated bureaucracy are getting nervous, as they should be. They should start planing for a future without freeloading instead of lying to keep it going. Not only is it unsustainable, but we ( honest Patriots ) are sick of pulling the cart and getting chewed out because we’re pulling it wrong. START PULLING IT YOURSELF.

  • August 9, 2011 at 3:12am

    It’s the same ol’ same ol’, with different words inserted: “I stubbed my toe, Bush did it!” ” Cheney & Halliberton, no bid conracts” “My dog got worms, I thought I saw Cheney in the bushes with a halliberton hat on” “They downgraded our credit, the tea party did it, it’s a conspiracy with Bush & Cheney”
    These vermin lost their credibility a long time ago when they were telling us how stupid Ronald Reagan was while he ran intellectual circles around them, and made us laugh along the way.

  • August 9, 2011 at 2:33am

    @ sicboy
    F.Y.I. Ronaldus Magnus was also an ex-dem. Sometimes people genuinely change. I’m reserving my decision until after the debates and more research to see who is real and who is fake.

  • August 9, 2011 at 2:05am

    Ditto

  • August 9, 2011 at 1:59am

    @ thelonious
    I refuse to live a life of misplaced guilt. You can feel as guilty as you want, but don’t expect the rest of us to wallow in misery with you. You care so much about the starving children, why don’t you feed them. You bleeding hearts go around acting like you’re the only ones who care about people, I help my community. I know my limitations, that’s why I’m sane. You keep going the way your going, you’ll be a rambling fool like Gore soon enough. Besides, I’d bet 10 to 1 all of your solutions require other people’s money and time. Lead by example and live without anything that uses petrolium based products. You’ll die. Spare me your self righteousness and get real.

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