User Profile: dimbulbz


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  • [1] November 23, 2015 at 5:17am

    Some people are terrorists in waiting and need to be thrown out of America. Let see how long it takes for the left to adopt the strategies of radical Islam after they lose the next election. This is not that hard to see.
    Those of us who believe in law above politics will one day soon, be in the minority – if we are not already. Think Harry Reid or Nancy Pelosi – or Hillary Clinton believe in election laws or any other kind of law other than their own law? Well, just watch…

    The precedent has been set (by republicans, I might add) A president IS above the law.

  • [-3] November 23, 2015 at 5:08am

    Trump is a populist. His responses like this are why I am supporting other candidates. He needs to decry violence or we will all descend into brawling, rather than using words.
    There are ways to deal with BLMatter – beatings is not a strategy, it will encourage more violence. Next time Trump will have 10 protesters, then 100 then 1000 pretty soon someone gets seriously hurt or killed and it becomes a bloodbath instead of a rally.
    I love how Trump handles the media. I do not like this kind of strategy at a pathetic movement that could suck us all into a race war. Civility is the best strategy. Trump should let security deal with it and then sue the guy and his family for everything they have.

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  • November 23, 2015 at 4:52am

    I wish this were televised

  • [2] November 11, 2015 at 11:53pm

    deportation is the law in America today and has been for 50+ years, and every candidate who will not enforce that law until it is changed, is guilty of violating his oath of office. So far only Trump looks like he will take that oath seriously. Jeb and Kasich will quickly prove themselves worthy only of impeachment. That what we’re supposed to do to presidents who violate their oath of office.

    If you dont want illegals deported, call on Congress to change the damn law. Dont make presidents ignore their oath of office before they even are sworn in.

    I wish Trump would point out that every other candidate has already stated that they will not enforce laws they dont agree with. Who needs that in our next president?

    Only Congress can change the law. SInce they wont – start up the busses, and deport them all until the law changes, or you have no business in the oval office.

    We already have a president who chooses what laws he wants to enforce, how is Jeb or Kasich or Rubio any different?

    Prepare not to be dazzled by our next president. We are NOT a country of laws, we deserve better than “compassionate conservatism” which is basically the law of populism.

    Our country is broken, and no one wants to fix it.

  • October 27, 2015 at 12:17am

    Glenn talks himself into corners all the time. Its a good thing I can think on my own and I dont feel compelled to let his thinking overrule my own.

    I would vote for any of the 16 over Hillary. Its just that simple. Do I love all of them? no, but I voted for McCain and Romney, almost all of these are better than them.

  • [6] October 13, 2015 at 11:46pm

    You wont be able to trust any poll until the field gets down to maybe four. Then I will pay attention. I’d take all of them over a Democrat, so lets not be stupid and start eating each other. My last choices would be Bush, and the <1% ers. We may be in trouble if some people dont drop out. get rid of the bottom 7 and then we’ll see how the polls look. I’d love to have Cruz!

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  • October 13, 2015 at 11:40pm

    Good Grief I am tired of dummies, who dont realize how dumb they sound:


    Lets all just keep loosing people!

  • October 13, 2015 at 11:17am

    So, destroying 1/6 of our economy by federalizing it is the solution?

    the Fed insisted that states fix a problem, but by law forbids the very thing that would really fix the problem. You fed zombies really wear me out. its so simple, but yet the fed for decades, has stood in the way of a real solution.

    I believe the goal of the Democratic party is to have the Feds control who gets health care. That decision will be based on your political affiliation. Think that wont happen? It worked in the Soviet union for 50 years. People who belonged to “the Party” went to different hospitals than those who were not members – so everyone joined “the party”. I get this straight from a doctor who lived in the Soviet Union and Immigrated to Canada. He told me our health care system was far superior to Canada’s – Having lived in Canada and seen it (thankfully, I was young and never needed care) firsthand.

    Governments screw everything they touch up. Everyone but the Zombies know that. Asking me to Trust Obama with my Healthcare is like asking you to trust a conservative with your dope/stash.

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  • [1] October 13, 2015 at 10:55am

    Jeb is using the term “States” as a “get out of jail free card”. It does no good to turn control back to the states if the federal government still does not allow you to shop for insurance across state lines. The key to any success in bringing down costs is COMPETITION. and Jeb knows this. Apparently, he thinks putting things back to the way it was before Obamacare is a fix. Its not. Republican establishment people are bought and paid for by the same lobbyists as the Dems. They dont really want to fix the problem, just talk like they want to fix it. The feds need to “GET OUT” of health care all together and let free markets answer the need of people without all the “grants” and special stipulations. If no one in one state offers a policy that doesn’t cover pre-existing conditions, another company in another state will offer that.

    If we stop giving money to countries that want to kill us, perhaps that money could go back to the states so they can take care of the “special circumstances”.

    You have to decide whether free markets work or dont.

    No, you dont have to watch people die in the streets (except in Chicago) due to lack of care. Thats a bogeyman that has never been a reality (except in Chicago – the gun free zone)

  • [6] October 13, 2015 at 10:17am

    Practically every New Testament believer in history since the book of Acts has thought they were living in the end of times.

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  • [4] October 13, 2015 at 10:11am

    Here we go again with the purity doctrine.

  • [3] October 12, 2015 at 10:12am

    This is why I like Donald Trump. He is bigger than the press, and can squash them like a bug. The others cant do that. We havent been fighting the Democrats, we are unwittingly at war with the press. Someone needs to shove it right back in their smug little faces.

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  • October 12, 2015 at 10:07am

    This is the first I am hearing about the speaker getting 5 votes to everyone elses one. Garbage like that has to stop. The conservatives are right to insist on that being ridiculous. Here I have been mad how the house could be so gutless and cowardly, and it was probably just the speaker. I have written to my congressperson Kay Granger and told her I want this stopped. Turns out, she’s a part of that leadership committee. I did NOT vote for her to pull junk like that. She sends me emails and letters about how “conservative” she is. I want someone to Primary her next year or I vote for the Democrat (just that one seat, I dont mean the ticket) We have to get rid of people like Kay Granger because she is a lap dog for Bohner. Conservative? NOT! Us Texans in the Fort Worth area deserve a conservative. But no one seems to be willing to take her on. She’s older than the hills and has been there forever. Voting 90 percent with the RINO’s. Voted for Boehner as speaker last time, saying “he is the only viable candidate” when there clearly were others. she puts on a pretty face when she comes home. Lies from Washington.

    - Do you know where your house member is?

    Finally, can we get a speaker who’s name I can spell?

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  • [1] October 12, 2015 at 9:49am

    Excuse me??? Republicans LOST in 2010? What a laugh! Thats when the people gave back the house to the republicans and stopped Nancy Pelosi.

    I will take a “loss” like that every election. 2012 was about 3 million so-called patriotic Americans staying home because they couldn’t vote for a Mormon. Nothing to do with Politics and everything to do with a lack of patriotism. We lost, Obama didnt win.

  • [44] October 8, 2015 at 10:20am

    If we (the US) relocated the country if Israel to Montana, there would sprout up around it, a city of tent dwelling radical Muslims claiming that they had been pushed out of their ancient Montana lands land by the Evil Israelis, and start spouting the new line that Their prophet, began his ascension from Mecca, and veered sharply to the Temple on the mount where be began his ascension again, and veered sharply to the west, where he began his ascension a third time, from Bozeman.

    OK, that makes no sense, but neither does the current story.

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  • [5] October 1, 2015 at 6:03pm

    Remember the “heroes” in the french train terrorism threat was stopped? One of them was from Roseburg.

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  • September 15, 2015 at 2:07pm

    We need a President who can also kick republicans a$$es. Others will assume that republicans in congress are their friends. We dont need the president to be pals with Bohnier and McConnell. That means nothing gets done – just like when we voted them in to stop Obama – What do we need with a politician who will work to decrease the growth of lawlessness by 50 percent? We need someone who will not let Bohnier and McConnell hide behind the “we have to work with Democrats” jargon. Do NOT WORK WITH DEMOCRATS!!!! Crush them and spit them out of DC – prefferably out of the country, or into a cell. Who is going to prosecute these lawless fools? Who will be there to stand up for law? Not “accepted” methods of interpretation that has never been challenged.

    Trump can do it. Will he? perhaps not, but he’s as pissed about this as I am, He sure wont have a chance if he’s not POTUS. But Will any of the others who have been in Government before know how to work within the corrupt system get us out of this? What is that going to get us? More corruption.

    I will vote for whoever wins. But I sure hope its not a Bush. I hope all Republicans will accept whoever wins. If there is shenanagins, I will Still vote, but they get zero dollars out of me. (I gave the max in 2012 to Romney)

  • [5] September 13, 2015 at 4:00pm

    They should have known long before now if the Emails were retrievable. Something is not right. The science is fairly straight forward, if recovering the emails was possible. Someone is stalling. If it was recoverable, they would have known within a day or two max.

  • [4] September 13, 2015 at 12:36pm

    We still have to overcome McConnell and Boehner, and the rest of the scum and villainy. This is the only reason I’d like to see Trump in there. He is the only candidate I see as being able to intimidate ALL of the scoundrels. Of course, he may be one himself, but I want Boehner and McConnell to fry. Perhaps take Cornyn and a few of the other traitors with them.

  • September 9, 2015 at 7:58am

    So, we get to sit and watch Hillary squirm out of any Jail time for the next 16 months as the media gets Sanders or Biden elected. How does this help the common man? Always watch the other hand. Maintaining the presidency is far more important to Obama than Hillary. In the end she gets a fine – deposited directly into the coffers of the Democratic Party, which in turn donates the money to the Clinton Foundation. Done deal. Justice, under the new definition, is served.

    Only Obama has gotten away with more treasonous activity than the Clintons. This is like the clash of the Titans. Over who gets to rule us.

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