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bravjim

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  • [8] May 17, 2016 at 1:08pm

    The thing I find hilarious about Hannity is the way he always talks about how he is not a republican, he is a registered conservative. But when you vote for the republicans even when the candidate is not a conservative, your actions speak louder than words. Hannity is one of those guys who is not a genuine conservative, but tries to play one on tv. Like the majority of the republicans elected. IF not for guys like Cruz, Paul, Mike Lee, Justin Amash, and even Rubio, the republican party would already be lined up next to the whigs.

  • [2] May 17, 2016 at 11:11am

    Your right of course Jarhead. It’s is quite obvious that the democratic party is no longer hiding their Marxist/socialist tendencies; that is who they are. The republicans, the so called “conservative” party can only be considered moderate. So often you hear guys like McCain and Graham called rinos, when in fact it is guys like Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul are the real rinos. Because the republican party is not a conservative party, but a moderate one.

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  • [4] April 8, 2016 at 6:52am

    I’ll consider the libertarians, as well as the Constitution party. Might have their work cut out for themselves though getting on all 50 states ballots.

  • [4] April 8, 2016 at 6:49am

    They are not independent, they are run by the administration. The president appoints an agency head which gets voted on by the senate.

  • [2] April 8, 2016 at 6:28am

    As a Christian, I support Cruz. I believe that he would follow the Constitution, which is what is required of the president of the United States. Doing your job effectively is a Christian quality, as Paul stated “Whatever you do, do it as if you were doing it for the glory of God.” As a Christian, he knows that the president and the government have a role, and the church has a role. Those two roles must be kept separate under current supreme court opinions. As a lawyer who has argued in front of the supreme court and won every time, he knows this and he knows how to do it and still fulfill God’s purposes.

    The only oxymoron is Trump conservatism. It’s just a different brand of progressivism in which Hilllary’s policies still wind up getting upheld but we build a wall and become more of a security state against illegal immigration. Oh, and he’s going to make better deals than she would.

  • [2] April 8, 2016 at 6:14am

    @simpleobservations:

    No, actually what he said is that he doesn’t feel he has done anything that requires forgiveness. He said that he does not believe in saying he is sorry, that it is a sign of weakness. Trump never stated what your stating he stated. He doesn’t even talk like that. It’s like your putting your words in his mouth.

  • [2] April 8, 2016 at 6:10am

    How long must we mourn? Will hope come in the morning, or will Trump be elected president? I’m almost positive we cannot have both.

  • [1] April 8, 2016 at 6:05am

    Well considering his career as a lawyer was spent defending religious liberty before the supreme court, no I do not see an issue with it. Christians have just as much right to be lawyers or accountants or CEOs as secularists. The question is, did they act in accordance with God’s will? Cruz did. Is that a red flag? No, Trump is the red flag, and it shows itself every time he opens his mouth.

  • [2] April 8, 2016 at 6:00am

    Cruz is not a pastor nor has he ever held the office of pastor. He is a lawyer, a senator, a former clerk for Rehnquist. His father is the pastor.

  • [1] April 8, 2016 at 5:57am

    Except Beck has no editorial say in the Blaze. He’s left it to the editor’s to decide what should be included in the Blaze and what shouldn’t.

  • [1] April 8, 2016 at 5:54am

    @reformedelectorate:

    But there is a requirement for spiritual growth. As a Christian, we should be able to see some kind of fruit out of Trump. But we don’t. In fact, what we do see is the opposite. Rather than love your enemies, you should call them names and try to isolate them. Same statement for blessed is the peacemaker. Trump’s answer for that is that they are weak or low energy or something insulting. Remember the love chapter? Love is not rude. Love does not insult. Love builds up, it does not destroy. Trump is all about the politics of personal destruction. Look at his character assassination of Cruz. Lying Ted, Ted is controlling his super Pacs, Ted cheats in every contest, Ted is some nasty guy. He did the same thing to Marco Rubio, he did the same thing to Ben Carson, he did the same thing to Carly Fiorina, he did the same thing to Chris Christie. The guy is a real nasty guy.

  • [3] April 8, 2016 at 5:36am

    Jesus stated that we will know them by their fruit. The fruit of the Spirit are love, joy, peace hope, faithfulness, goodness, gentleness, kindness, patience and self control. How many of those fruit do you see in Trump? Do you see the goodness of Jesus in Trump? Do you see Jesus gentleness in Trump? His self control? Just which of the fruit do you see in Trump?
    I’ll tell you what I see. I see 3 marriages. I see numerous affairs. I see corrupt business practices. I see support for establishment candidates in exchange for favors. I see support for Obama in 2009 when he said that Obama was doing a pretty good job. I see him supporting abortion for decades, up until a couple of years ago, just before he announced he would run for president as a republican. I see someone who uses personal insults against his opponents (ala Saul Alinsky), and I see someone who doesn’t know his own principles.

  • April 8, 2016 at 5:26am

    @progressiveslayer:
    Retrained? I’m pretty sure the kool aid has a negatively destructive effect on cognitive thought. Scientists are hoping for further analysis to see if the effects can be reversed, but expectations are not high for some of the subjects.

  • April 8, 2016 at 5:22am

    You figure you can just throw random numbers out there? There has actually been growth at around a 2% clip, much slower than it should be, but still there. The unemployment rate never reached higher than 14%, and that was the original number. The highest it got based upon the new number their using is 11.1%. Not sure where you get the 4 billion dollar number, because the stimulus bill was a trillion dollar bill. Obamacare was 780 billion over 10 years, though they are admittedly up to 1.2 trillion over the next 10 years officially. That number will continue to rise year over year. The dilapidated military budget still exceeds every known nation to man. Our spending on military exceeds all other nations on earth, and in fact if you put all of the European Unions combined military spending, we still exceed them.

  • [7] April 8, 2016 at 5:05am

    It’s the nation’s soul that is on the line here. We have rejected God from out of our courts, our statehouses, our schools, the democratic party, and now apparently the republican party as well. Jesus said you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. But when we ignore the truth, what happens then? God raises up nations, He also destroys the nations. When He removes His divine protection, His Divine wisdom, and His divine power, where does that lead us if not back to Him? To destruction. We live in a time such as this, where we are sitting on the edge of a cliff. If we do not take the correct steps, we will fall into the abyss.

    Progressives have known this for some time. As such, just as they did in 2009 and 2010, they planted progressives in the middle of the tea party to try to disrupt or cast them in a bad light. It’s the same tactic here, except they are using Trump as the Trojan Horse. He goes out and imitates their perspective and aspersions they’ve cast on conservatives for years. Racist, xenophobic, sexist, ignorant, rich jerks. About 1/3 of the country is drawn to him just based upon his reality show tactics, which really amount to Saul Alinsky, as he’s been led to do by Roger Stone. That is why he uses all the personal insults, it’s an Alinsky style campaign through and through, and Roger Stone is the best there is at running Alinsky Style campaigns.

    It works well in a split field, but when it comes to one on one, it just becomes obvious, and it wh

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  • [18] April 8, 2016 at 4:43am

    In your attempt to demean them, you never bothered to address the issues they raised. You throw around thug comments like this and then wonder why your labeled a thug or a brown shirt? You demean them for pointing out the very behavior your engaging in as you try to demean them. Your proving the point they are making as you demean them. What does that say about your conclusion, if it’s not that you are ignoring the truth and acting just like they accuse you of, proving them right.

  • [1] March 27, 2016 at 2:39am

    TedCruz
    I don’t know what world your living in, but there is more beauty in the world and in creation then there is evil. A sunrise, a sunset, the smile of a beautiful woman, majestic mountains, the blue sky, green grass, butterflies, flowers, etc…
    If you don’t see the beauty in the world it can only because you spend more time focusing on the ugly things in the world rather than seeking out the beauty of creation.

  • [1] March 27, 2016 at 2:33am

    How many people are there working in government again? As narrowway pointed out, they prefer positions of power because they get off on having power over others. It’s the only way for them to feel alive.

  • [9] March 27, 2016 at 2:29am

    I will believe that this film will change the world when it is demonstrably proven that human nature can be changed. Thousands of years of history proves that this is just another fantasy of those who believe that we can some how achieve utopia or nirvana on earth. They ignore the nature of humanity and the evil that is present within it.

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  • [4] March 9, 2016 at 12:56pm

    The courts have overturned that though by arguing that the 14th amendment constrains the states to follow the federal laws concerning an establishment of religion, which as you state is completely opposite of what the founders wanted. They are even basing it on a letter written to the Danbury Baptist Church which was written as a result of a state establishing a church as the state church in Massachusetts, and yet Jefferson never stated that they had violated the Constitution by establishing the state religion. That is because he recognized the 2nd part of the clause prevented interference with the religious liberties of other individuals.

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