User Profile: ECOMCON


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  • [2] August 26, 2016 at 3:40pm

    There’s “poorly educated” on both sides. Woe is America.

  • [1] August 26, 2016 at 3:31pm

    Just tell them to keep their damn legs closed. Free advise, and simple common sense.

  • [19] August 26, 2016 at 4:26am

    What really burns my biscuits is when people say those that oppose Trump are mainstream Republicans, establishment, RINOS etc. I’m sure many of them do. But for crying out loud, I’m deeply conservative, a member of the Tea Party from way back. I sure as hell am not a RINO. Neither is the libertarian Paulistas wing of the party either. I am nevertrump and I sure as feces would never vote for a Democrat ever, so the lame oh you’re voting for Hillary burns my biscuits even more.

  • [17] August 26, 2016 at 4:13am

    Rush should have. I was fine with the wall, and it’s about time too. But I did sit up and notice his rapists and murders comment in the same speech. But I was more amused with him than anything else until he slagged McCain and all other service members who were ever captured as losers. I found that very reprehensible.Then came the bleeding Kelly moment, this man is a bour and a disgrace. And in every debate he became more and more crude and childish, not to mention he repeated himself over and over again with mindless drivel about make America great again etc. No policies or details at all. We have the rudeness of what he said about Carli’s face, his gimp routine when attacking a reporter who is handicapped, inciting crowds to violence. Constantly telling blatant lies. Everybody and everything was always UNFAIR, to me he sounded no better than a whiny spoiled brat. Shocking lack of knowledge on a vast range of issues and details. Smearing other candidates with disgusting lies. Juvenile name calling. I could go on and on and on. So if lowly me can figure the guy out, sure as hell Rush should have.

  • [10] August 25, 2016 at 8:00pm

    Right on Cafe. I said something similar above. Even solicited some thumbs up. You’re at minus 1 right now, thanks to my one lonely vote.I wonder what my own thumbs will end up like lol
    Well, it’s gone down to -2 before I could even hit post.

  • [31] August 25, 2016 at 7:57pm

    You Trumpazoids amaze me. First it’s oh hell ya for Trump, he’s the man, he’s gonna do this and this and this. Now it’s reduced to possibilities?!? How freaking pathetic.

  • [97] August 25, 2016 at 7:53pm

    Well Rush, I for sure damn well knew. So how’s about some thumbs up from all the others who knew too.

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  • [12] August 25, 2016 at 7:48pm

    Look, the man has been publicly humiliated and so has his family. He always did a good job, and in fact he was one of the better ones. So why not just let him come back without all the pot shots on this page. But as someone said earlier, yeah that girl is pretty damn hot. If nothing else, admire him for his taste.

  • [10] August 25, 2016 at 4:33pm

    The Republicans could have nominated a turnip to run against Hillary, and would have won. Instead, it’s Trump. Damn the “poorly educated”.

  • [2] August 25, 2016 at 2:37am

    Read my comment on the billboard story. It sums things up well.

  • [34] August 25, 2016 at 2:21am

    The only version would be a lie. The Koran operates as the direct word of Allah through his messenger Mo-boy. It’s very similar to God giving Moses the Ten Commandments. Now imagine both the old and new testaments as only the direct words of God. Allah told all Muslims (in the Koran) that all later passages supersede and replace the earlier ones. The ones you want are the earlier ones, and therefore not to be the word of Allah. The history surrounding that was the earlier peaceful passages were written when the numbers of Muslims were low. Once they got their numbers, it was full steam ahead on hate, death, war. Isis et al, are not extremists, they are fundamentalists, faithfully practicing the word of Allah himself. The codification of the rules was well more than a millennia ago, and one of the rules is no changes after that. So technically, the peaceful moderate Muslims are going against the direct world of their Allah. Which is death to them under a variety of laws within Sharia. Sharia itself is regarded by Muslims as the word of Allah too. In fact it was the world’s first totalitarian system.Quite frankly I’d have a hard time trusting any Muslim, because their God orders them to hate, kill, and lie. So either moderate Muslims are dumber than a stumps regarding the death laws they’re breaking, or they’re lying.

  • [1] August 24, 2016 at 8:51pm

    Last weekend our little local airshow had 3 war birds this time. Luckily I live right across the street from the airport, so I had the proud honor of having a P-51 Mustang , a F4U Corsair, and a P-38 Lightning flying in formation over my house. Last year it was a B-17, and before that a Zero and a Spitfire. I get the proverbial chills up my leg, but I also have to hide the tears, because I think of all the brave men back then, and what they gave and sacrificed for us. My own dad was too young, so he was in Korea instead (7th Cav). That generation stands head and shoulders over all that have come since.

  • [-2] August 24, 2016 at 8:44pm

    It’s a toss up for me, Here’s Hillary

  • [2] August 24, 2016 at 8:42pm

    Yeah, like when I was a kid and saw a photo of some native women with their ta tas thrown over their shoulders.

  • [2] August 24, 2016 at 8:34pm

    Good Lord, back from the mists of time. I even remember that episode slightly. That show used to come on just before Daktari.
    Geez, the things we used to think were high entertainment lol

  • August 24, 2016 at 8:30pm

    I’m still waiting for them to find Rigel 6

  • [34] August 24, 2016 at 8:26pm

    There’s a simple solution to bringing academia to heel. Stop paying your taxes. If all conservatives and republicans did that, the IRS would not be able to nail everybody, not even 1/10th. But it would shut down the out of control government, and the bloodsucking lefties would be gone too. Revolutions don’t have to be a call to arms. Just a closing of everybody’s wallets. Now, watch the G-Men descend on me for even voicing that.

  • [6] August 24, 2016 at 8:20pm

    Levin would be great, but a no from both of them on him. I’ve tried to think who would be the best and that would be Brit Hume. Fair, conservative, and doesn’t go in for grandstanding, nor will he himself. James Rosen is a close second. But that’s me being serious about the choice. If I wasn’t being serious I’d choose Geraldo, he won’t know which progressive to swing the night to. Hah, watch his head explode.

  • [8] August 24, 2016 at 1:21pm

    You think the aging boomers now are any better? The last good governing we had was when the Greatest Generation held the top positions.

  • [1] August 24, 2016 at 11:00am

    Ford is the biggest philanthropic foundation. But like all the others that were created by good old capitalism, it was commandeered by the left decades ago. They flood the boards of each foundation, and take control. Ford itself gives hundreds of millions a year to a huge range of left wing organizations. But feel free to buy a Ford car, that is separate from the foundation. If you want to read a very detailed book on the subject of foundations, I suggest you read Horowitz’s The New Leviathan.

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