User Profile: Conservative New Yorker

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  • [13] October 6, 2016 at 6:59pm

    Mulder, absolutely. These Asian “journalists” (lapdogs and victims) do not represent me, my family and most of my Asian friends. I do have a HS friend who subscribes to this crap. Nice guy just seriously misguided.

  • [89] October 6, 2016 at 1:00pm

    I thought it was hilarious and I am first generation Chinese. Pansy-a$$e$…

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  • [8] September 22, 2016 at 11:36am

    Roy Cooper, the AG, won’t do diddly squat. He is running against Gov McCrory and is doing everything he can to throw at McCrory and the Republican legislature to make them look bad. He has refused to defend and uphold our laws for political reasons. He is funded by Soros and has a big war chest as a result. Cooper is also complicit in businesses boycotting NC and he blames McCrory and the bathroom law for it. This guy is evil, greedy and morally bankrupt. We need to defeat him and send him packing.

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  • [23] July 21, 2016 at 1:12pm

    Thumbs up Firearm! Insults and threats by Trump supporters don’t endear us to their candidate. A good candidate is a good leader who exemplifies character, strength, conviction, adherence and respect for the rule of law, the Consititution and the People. Those are the attributes Ted talked about in his speech and we can all agree that they are we wanted need in our leader. It is up to Trump to meet those standards. I don’t owe anyone my vote- you gotta earn it!

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  • [31] May 9, 2016 at 1:24pm

    I agree Suzanne, to prayerfully ask God for wisdom and guidance, especially in this election cycle.

    I would also add, that if someone chooses to not vote for Trump, that it is vital that they still go out and vote for Senate and Congressional seats, both Federal and State. Keeping our states strong with good leaders who adhere to the rule of law and the Consitution is one of our best defenses against an over reaching Fed government.

  • [1] May 9, 2016 at 11:42am

    sligresda, me too! That’s the only reason I kept my account. The shares of rescue, lost or found pets is invaluable and has helped to save many lives. I also keep in contact with our and other breeders and owners of breed of dog for rescues, info and photos. No selfies and me-me-me going on here- hate that!

  • [5] May 6, 2016 at 12:05am

    I agree Git! Cooper is corrupt and has walked in lockstep with Obama. This motivates me even more to help get McCrory and the Republicans re elected in our state. I am going to volunteer in our local office as I did four years ago. Gotta keep our state red as it is our strongest defense against a run amok Fed government.

  • [7] May 5, 2016 at 7:34pm

    The Wall Street Journal reported that Attorney General Roy Cooper called Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, who resides in San Francisco, to discuss North Carolina’s bathroom privacy law. Benioff, who recently held a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton and led fights against laws in other states, then “turned his guns on North Carolina’s law” by urging Salesforce’s business customers to take a stand against the law, including Deutsche Bank which promptly cancelled its plans to expand its office in North Carolina.

    The Wall Street Journal’s Monica Langley reported: “North Carolina’s Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper called Salesforce to discuss the law, which had drawn lawsuits against the state… Salesforce had little presence in North Carolina, so Mr. Benioff turned to Mr. Moynihan, CEO of Charlotte-based Bank of America, the state’s biggest employer. Mr. Moynihan then weighed in against the law… In an early-April business meeting with Salesforce customer Deutsche Bank AG, which has a 900-person North Carolina office, Mr. Benioff discussed the law with its co-chief executive, John Cryan. On April 12, Deutsche Bank announced it would freeze plans to add 250 North Carolina jobs while any of the law stayed intact.”

  • [12] May 5, 2016 at 7:31pm

    Sorry again.

    Press Release from Governor’s Office
    View this email in your browser

    Caught Red-Handed!

    Roy Cooper In Communication With San Francisco CEO Coordinating Threats of Economic Retaliation Against NC

    May 4, 2016

    Contact: The Pat McCrory Committee

    Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper called Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, who then began “CEO-arm twisting” by recruiting and coordinating with business leaders, including Deutsche Bank, to inflict economic damage on North Carolina to protest HB2, The Wall Street Journalreported Monday.

    “Roy Cooper’s fingerprints are all over the coordinated campaign to smear North Carolina and inflict economic damage on our state,” said McCrory Campaign Manager Russell Peck. “Instead of defending North Carolina, its business community and our hardworking citizens, Roy Cooper is actively communicating and working with the very CEOs who are trying to inflict economic damage on the state and prevent jobs from coming here. How can Roy Cooper ask voters to elect him governor while actively working behind the scenes with out-of-state CEOs to trash the state’s economy for his own political advantage?” (Cont’d)

  • [3] May 5, 2016 at 7:26pm

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  • [12] May 5, 2016 at 7:25pm

    ITA Tricky! Did you see this?

    Roy Cooper, the aforementioned NC Attorney General, according to this press release from The NC Governor’s office, Cooper has been coordinating threats of economic retaliation against NC. He ticked me off before with his crap but this is so truly low.

  • [50] May 4, 2016 at 11:24am

    ITA with you ladies. I was the youngest of three kids, with two older brothers. I outran some of the boys on my block, played ball, was a mean competitor in Red Rover, lol, attained my black belt in my twenties. Drove my mom nuts at times being such a tom boy.

    I enjoy the company of men more than many (not all) women because I found they tended to be overly emotional, drama queens and catty, with the exception of you two. And I enjoy working out, helping hubby with home repairs and watching football and other sports. And I love to dress up to go to a nice dinner or church with my husband, too.

  • [3] May 2, 2016 at 5:14pm

    You’re welcome Irish. And yes, they do walk among us, unfortunately. We worked hard the last two elections to get the Republican governor and legislature (first time in over 100 years- yeah, the Dems were pissed! Oh that made my day, LOL) elected.
    The Dems have been attacking our Gov to get their anti 2A, Obamacare and illegal alien loving candidate elected. He has lowered state taxes and increased teachers pay, paid off our debt to the Feds and we have a surplus now but the libs are lying through their teeth about his and the legislature’s accomplishments. We have been battling the demos and entitlement class and it hasn’t been easy but we are resolute and ready to fight for Governor McCrory and the R’s.

  • [5] May 2, 2016 at 3:47pm

    I see your point Irish but I can honestly say that this woman is an embarrassment to the Wilmington community (yes, I live there). Most of the residents are good, hard working people who would never behave this way or have that mentality. There are a few Democrat infested areas here and we stay away from them and the residents.

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  • [2] April 2, 2016 at 3:31pm


    I agree with you, one of the things that makes America great and sets us apart from other counties is our compassion and willingness to help others. We have our humanity though gauging from some of these posts on here (paid progressive troll, aka useful idiots) there are those who have lost it and their way.
    Comforting the children, who are here through no fault of their own, is the Christian thing to do. And no, these illegal aliens don’t come here for the teddy bears, SMH. I can understand the anger and frustration at the illegals coming here but becoming unhinged and hateful is a reflection of Trump supporters than anyone else.

  • [4] March 31, 2016 at 9:51pm

    How she and the pro-abortion crowd (let’s call it what is is, not some euphemism that the libs tacked on to ease their conscience) have lost their humanity and collective minds. Reading how that show (never heard of it and I know now I would never watch that show with soulless writers and actors) played Silent Night during an abortion was beyond shameful and comprehension. Pure, unadulterated evil.

    And these women libbers shriek out that it’s women’s bodies and they can do what they want with it. Let me remind you, once you get pregnant, it is no longer JUST your body. Plus, as you also scream about inequality and how women should be treated as men, then start by taking responsibility for your life and the baby. It is a life. Respect it, honor it. Stop being selfish and acting holier than thou that having an abortion is an honorific and a symbol of being a strong and independent woman. Because it is not. It is murder of an innocent life.
    And they don’t talk about the horrors many women experience post abortion after it sinks in that they had their baby killed. The trauma, self recrimination, regret, nightmares. A friend had two abortions in her early twenties and it continues to haunt her. These women libbers just use these poor women as props.
    As a woman, I am so sickened by all this.

  • [11] March 29, 2016 at 2:10pm

    Yeah, it is no surprise. He has been fighting Gov McCrory and the Republican legislature since they came into power. He and Bev Perdue, the former Gov, were in lock step together with the Obama administration. Plus, he is running against McCrory this year and has been trash talking McCrory the last few years. McCrory is doing a great job balancing our budget amid the cries of liberals.

    Roy Cooper is a progressive who is voraciously anti-2A. We have a really great Republican candidate, Senator Buck Newton who was elected in 2019, running for Attorney General. Conservative and staunchly pro-2A.

  • [2] March 24, 2016 at 12:50pm

    He’s ripped the mask off as he is not up for re election. He is also stoking the fires of the anger, rage and discontent Americans have been feeling, especially since he became President. This is intentional as that is what a community organizer does- agitate.
    He is trying to get us to vote in this extremely important election with heightened emotions, to further divide us as a people and nation because United we stand, divided we fall. Don’t fall for his crap including that of the Soros paid liberal sycophants on this site. I just have to laugh at said sycophants for they are clueless to the fact that they are useful idiots. For they will be tossed aside like yesterday’s trash when they are no longer useful to the Democratic and Socialist parties (one and the same).

  • [4] March 18, 2016 at 2:02pm

    “My daughter is a fierce feminist in the way I raised her. It’s something that she’ll probably cherish for the rest of her life.”

    As a woman I am SO sick and tired of this feminist crap. The left uses this phrase as an excuse for bad behavior and no personal responsibility. Confident women are strong, level headed, not given to emotions or hyperbole, have a sense of humor, don’t take themselves or life too seriously, respect and honor the men in their lives and work together with their husbands. We each bring so much to the table and that makes us strong. Feminism tries to drive a wedge between the sexes in the name of power. Many of us patently reject these Feminazis.

    And since when is exposing your breast a proud moment for a feminist? Don’t they rail against objectifying women with their lady parts? Oh I get it, it only applies when a man does that to a woman. Hypocrites.

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  • [1] March 16, 2016 at 2:58pm

    Amen! I’m an American of Asian descent and totally agree with you. These Asians don’t represent me and my family and friends and it ticks me off when they try to portray themselves as such. Working hard, being studious and law abiding is part of our culture, I am very proud of that and I am happy that you are as well. Excuses were never accepted by my family, if you screwed up you worked hard to improve and do better. Simple.

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