"Hey boy, you got somethin' agin hillbillys?
Start playin that banjo son."
I am without current sin,, but there is plenty in the past that has been put under the blood.
I’m not much in the mood for casting stones though,,,,, I just remembered what Christ did for me on the cross.
It’s not about being “righteous;” it’s about not being an obvious target for the media. Qualified to do so or not, we won’t be the ones casting stones. Furthermore, the stones will not be cast at the actress, but at the candidate she’s hired to promote, defeating the purpose of the work she was hired to do. So Ted got to say, “Yah fiiiyahd!”
dealer, I do believe Ted's campaign threw the first stone. Ted's campaign judged her. Not us.
God is good, may he make Himself manifest in your life. To Him be the Glory.
Monk, i read your story but there is one thing that sticks out to me….
For years you said that you had no intimate relationship….You told stories about how someone making your sandwich was hitting on a girl and you couldnt eat that sandwich…..You said you had a roomate and he was always getting hurt doing silly things…..Now you say you lived with a girlfriend for 2 decades.
Again, after all the talk on this website about how you abstain from intimate relationships – how is it that you have had this girlfriend for decades?
Uh, excuse me. It's not the Breitbartians who are throwing the stones. Why did Cruz pull this ad? Doesn't he believe in redemption? Is he more concerned about appearances than he is about redemption and truth?
I'm so sorry for your loss, i am so sorry to hear this.
I can't do anything until i can get out and transfer some
funds on the card i use online tomorrow, but that's the first
thing i am going to do. Hang in there brother and you are
most definitely in my prayers.
@dealer, sounds to me like you're the one casting metaphorical stones here when you self righteously point your boney-finger-of-blame and throw around terms like "Blazers" and "Breitbart Hillbillies." Maybe you'd be happier hanging out at the huffington post chat rooms.
I bookmarked the link. I'll donate something later.
it's amazing to me that in liberal America a bible verse about literally beating someone to death with stones is now used to shame people who say you should not be having porn stars in your commercials (and I'm not so sure she has repented - the pic of her with the other gross porn star dude is from two weeks ago).
Monk, I'm sorry to hear about your loss and current situation. I will certainly to what I can just as soon as I can. Until then, you have my prayers, bro!
Mr Sarc, Ted's campaign pullef the ad, that's not the same as judging her.
Having that ad run would have been an unwanted distraction.
I bet dealer spends most of his time over at the huffington puffington post but this is his missionary work to insult at the Blaze and Breitbart.
Was that a stone, dealer?
Monk - I belong to several conservative blogs on Facebook - I will repost your message there on all of them, and ask my fellow posters to help too. Best wishes...
Nope dealer, not here…Trump’s the only one who can do that. He’s said so himself:
“I have great relationship with God…I don’t like to have to ask for forgiveness. And I am good. I don’t do a lot of things that are bad” - “If I do something wrong, I think I just try to make it right,…I don’t bring God into that picture”.
Be very cautious of the monks gofundme. Unless you personally know him be careful. Don't down vote people questioning him.
He has a long history of stories and there are certainly contradictions as mndthegop pointed out. The Internet is notorious for scams.
How come you don't have a more recent picture on your gofundme page? In this day and age that should be pretty easy to come up with.
@ salamat po
No, just married to one :)
 February 11, 2016 at 9:11pm
You guys wanna see what demonic possession looks like. Just take a good long look
No, it is courtesy and he is also Southern. A handshake is not a political statement but a politeness statement. I am female and I shake hands a lot, whether I like the person or not. It is also a way in the Middle Ages they could check to see if you had a weapon!
Just like Rosech states below, it’s a common act of showing respect being raised in the South. I understand, many from the north aren’t aware of opening doors for others, addressing both men and women as “yes maam” or “yes sir”, being kind and polite and showing them respect as a person. I can and do shake peoples hands even if I don’t like them or their views. Although, I must admit, I didn't know about the middle ages part, to see if they had a weapon or not. But, it's probably not a bad idea, and might even be taken to a higher level, of wearing protective gloves, as you never know when one of them might have an infectious disease or worse, a potent poison.
@Rosech: Yes, but the expression's not exactly "I've got your #"!
 February 1, 2016 at 10:38pm
The Breitbart Hillbillies have been silenced . Cruz 2016
We'll see who eats crow in the long haul. Lets see how Cruz does in the south.
Silenced? Explain your understanding of Iowa’s record in picking (1) the eventual nominee, and (2) an actual president. Then tell me you’d put money on their pick. LOL!
Lol! that was funny, a lil divisive, but funny:)
Mrca sour grapes and in typical trump fashion stomps off like a petulant child.
You really think Trump will beat Cruz in the South?
How about the bible belt?
Trump seems to be more likely to me to succeed out on the East
Coast, and maybe the far West Coast. Just my two cents........
Mrca- he would do best in the south. South is evangelical and Cruz is from Texas he is a southerner at heart. He will do well
Cruz is a Texan, ya know.
I hate to agree with you about Brietbart, but I have to. I've been extremely disappointed by their obvious Trump bent
No Senators Cruz nor Rubio in the South.
They will GO 4 the successful businessman TRUMP.
They're not keen on Canadians nor Cubans running the country.
Are you equally disappointed about the Blaze's Cruz bent?
@dealer@678 --- Nice. And real intelligent, smart guy. If Cruz would happen to win the nomination, you will be exhorting those "hillbillies" to unite in the general election, after some here spent the last 7 months saying that they will "sit it out" if Trump wins. Is there no limit to how stupid some of you people can be.? Geez!
By the way, I'll shoot you off another message in a week. smiles
Burn those bridges, the right is splintered enough. You guys keep that up and your boy wins the nomination you may be seeing a Berny presidency.
ahhhh peace at last for the moment at least!
-1 for that one??? Pfffffffffffffftttttt!!!!!!!!!!!
Lighten up peeps, it's a happy night, and i'm looking
to try and mend fences here. And not for nothing,
Jeffersen makes a good point, basically my same
point, directly stated.
WE DO NEED TO GET ALONG STILL after we
nominate our nominee, we need to beat the donkeys
and we need to be working towards that goal in the
near future together.
DSM register said GOP had record turnout. That means more voters than ever before which means a new precident for president. :-)
You're not exactly the scholarly type are you? Here let me give you a little history lesson about Iowa Republicans former primary caucus picks. In the last forty years only once has a contested GOP Iowa Caucus winner gone on to win the Presidency during that same election cycle. And that was George W. Bush in 2000. And only three times in the last forty years has a contested GOP Iowa Caucus winner gone on to win the GOP nomination during the same election cycle. And that was Gerald Ford in 1976, Bob Dole in 1996, and George W. Bush in 2000.
Iowa GOP Primary Caucuses Winner History
2012 Rick Santorum - lost GOP nomination.
2008 Mike Huckabee - lost GOP nomination.
2004 G.W. Bush (unopposed)
*2000 G.W. Bush - won GOP nomination and general election
*1996 Bob Dole - won GOP nomination but lost general election.
1992 George H.W. Bush (unopposed)
1988 Bob Dole - lost GOP nomination.
1984 Ronald Reagan (unopposed)
1980 George H.W. Bush - lost GOP nomination.
*1976 Gerald Ford - won GOP nomination but lost general election.
It’ just . . . something that makes you go ” hmmmm”:
Record GOP turnout in a state that allows same day declaration of party affiliation? And the ratio of GOP voters as opposed to Democrat voters in that overall increase in voter volume isn’t just a bit anomalous?
But, but, Trump is ‘pandering’ to Democrats to get their vote, you say, so that’s where those voters are making their presence felt, by voting for him, so there! Except, it is not Trump’s numbers that came in out of whack, it is Rubio’s.
No matter that Democrats would send out two-timers to manipulate the Republican outcome, but to do it for two ineligible candidates, and have people here cheer that on as a win for ‘their’ side, looks to me like up is down. But, being a realist, what else could I expect?
Cruz & Rubio are "two ineligible candidates"?
This word, "realist", I do not think you know the meaning of this word.
@morecow well the last republican to win Iowa, win the nomination, and actually win the presidency was GWB. McCain and Romney lost in Iowa but won the nomination. Then they lost the presidency. So winning in Iowa seems like a good start for Cruz!
Silenced? Ted eeks out a win with 62% of republican voters self described as evangelical. It should have been a slam dunk for him. Iowans can now go back to picking corn.
A realist lives in reality.
An idealist believes in an ideal based on what they want to be.
One takes the words in the Constitution and ascribes a plain meaning to same.
The other takes the words in the Constitution and twists logic and common sense into a knot so that they can hold onto the most tenuous meaning to have things their way. They listen to lawyers/politicians/academia types telling them that that tenuous string is ok to hold onto because the way they are applying it gets the results they emotionally cling to.
Tell me, Chuck, how is it you were natural born?
And once you answer, perhaps you will see the difference between what a realist like me KNOWS and an idealist like you BELIEVES . . .
"Tell me, Chuck, how is it you were natural born?"
Simple: At the moment I was born, I was a citizen of the United States of America.
I was born in Massachusetts, but even if I had been born in the Panama Canal Zone (like John McCain) I would still have been a citizen at birth.
Why? Because I was born of a mother who was a US citizen. Oh, my father was a US citizen as well, but that is just "icing on the cake" -- Mom's citizenship was enough.
I did not ask you anything about 'citizenship', Chuck. The question, one more time, is how it is you were natural born? Nice that you give credit to your mother AND your father, as a requirement for REALITY. If just your mother was enough to get you to that natural born state, then what NEED, idealistically, is there for a father, a man, a male? Emasculating males is Hillary's domain isn't it?
Oh, and let's hear what your advice is to Cruz, now that you have indicated that Rubio has no claim of eligibility based on the condition of Ted's supposed eligibility. You advocate for Cruz to attack Rubio on the issue, right?
"how it is you were natural born?"
Oh, I thought that you were talking about citizenship and eligibility for the presidency of the United States.
Looks like you have some other interest.
Well, I was not delivered by cesarean section.
There -- "natural born."
Well, there you go. Your mother gave birth to you after the natural process of coitus led to her impregnation via your dad's sperm swim.
But Teddy did not need that natural process to be natural born because of his mother's virtuous status.
I get it.
He's your savior.
 February 1, 2016 at 10:14pm
Rob, your boy Trump is getting his clock cleaned tonight maybe because he doesn’t know the difference between a communion plate and a collection plate. LMAO
We've evidently got to take some major steps backwards again and start the Trump chumps on TP and personal hygeine. Crap in one hand and spank in the other and glad hand each other over a prog in Rino's garb.
Do you really think a conflict junky who craves media attention and is on camera on a daily basis, is in court constantly, dealing with other business sharks constantly, and run this gauntlet constantly, is afraid of much anyone? Many valid ways to criticize this calculated move, but he's pretty fearless.
Afraid? Are you a mind reader. I'll bet you remember Megan's question but have forgot how fox opened that debate. They asked everyone to agree to support the candidate chosen if they were not the repub candidate. There was only ONE person on that stage that had previously refused to answer that. Then they hammered him on it. Next Megan's snarky question and snarky interruptions as he responded. That did not happen to the other candidates, especially the establishment track Bush and Rubio. It is not because there were tough questions, it was because he was treated unfairly. I wouldn't put it past the grandstanding Megan to try to egg him on and I think he was smart not to attend. If he was afraid of Cruz, why, he has won 6 f'n debates. And if after 6 f'n debates you haven't figured out your candidate, you need to get your head out of your ass. Finally, Trump is a negotiator and walking away from a negotiation is just a negotiation tactic, perhaps he could have taught that to obama and kerry who gave away the farm to iran. When those Iranian nukes light up NYC and DC it is on their heads. We need someone who can get things done, cajole, negotiate. How did that filibuster of Cruz work out. He negotiates like obama, my way or the highway. We don't need more of that. Have you seen how trump has played the media and even the Clintons like violins. He baited her with schlonged and she couldn't resist and play the vagina card. He shut her up had Bill stammer
Trump did not win 6 debates.
At least the way they are traditionally won.
Trump is a bombastic windbag who resorts to childishness when he can't steam roll anyone.
Alinsky tactics folks.
@dealer@678 ---- He didn't show up because he didn't wanna. And he didn't have to. The same reason that Rand Paul didn't show up for the last one in the sandbox. He didn't wanna.
Also the same reason the the RNC said the candidates wouldn't show up for any debates for MSNBC ---- they didn't wanna. Things really are a lot simpler than they seem. If we allow them to be.
“Do you really think a conflict junky who craves media attention and is on camera on a daily basis, is in court constantly, dealing with other business sharks constantly, and run this gauntlet constantly, is afraid of much anyone?”
If that statement is true, then your candidate is a liar. It comes down to which scenario is true and either proves Trump is ball-less.
Everybody seems to be able to tell Trump what to do with his own money. Well ! He should have taken "his own money" and done etc. etc.
How about you, Daddy Bigbucks ? How much of YOUR money have you donated to any of these charities ?
 January 28, 2016 at 9:15pm
Trump has got all the conservative reality tv loving Iowan hillbillies in his pocket. And a bunch here at the Blaze too
Well, I pulled myself away from sex with my sister(Dunham) using foreign object(Bill's cigar) and stopped my ebonics accent(ah ain't no way tarred of hillary) To attack. Would you vote for Hillary either by casting your vote for her or not voting for Trump? If so, then the inbred, toothless idiot is dealing stupidity.
Me to, Trump is a turd with eyes. He is screwing the GOP and they deserve it.