User Profile: FloridaBorne

Member Since: January 07, 2011


  • July 6, 2013 at 11:38am

    I believe a second opinion is in order. It sounds like more of the prosecutions disinformation.

  • January 11, 2013 at 5:47pm

    To the person who replied to my post on this with the following: “Conflating sensationalization with 9/11 truther insanity. Just shut up, hacks. You obviously are incapable of critical thought, so stop wasting your time trying to convince intelligent people with your insanity. ” Glenn isn’t always right, either, and some of the wording used by the Blaze to try to draw you into looking at articles is sensationalistic, too. Does that mean I’m insane or Glenn is insane, too? I would have expected such vitriolic wordage from the left, but not from another conservative.

  • January 11, 2013 at 3:46pm

    I’ve read many of the comments and agree with the ones who ask the questions:
    — Where is the Glenn Beck I turned to for info, the one I was eager to make it home and watch?
    — Where is the Glenn who wasn’t selling every tshirt, etc., that he thought he might be able to sell?
    — What’s next, the tower of Babel?
    The present political mess is what is killing our country. If nothing else, people who work 12 or more hours a day and have families need the 1-hour insider’s view of hard-core, critical issues. People new to GB need to know things like where the letters and emails need to be sent regarding critical political issues/bills. An example is that Immigration is an important subject to me, so I go to and send faxes. There must be other websites providing a similar donation-based service for other political issues. Building a community like the one he proposes is a great way to let the powers-that-be know where to drop the bomb if it comes down to that scenario (not one I want to see).

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  • January 11, 2013 at 3:21pm

    Thank you for voicing the opinion that I also have. It was well-said.

  • January 10, 2013 at 1:14pm

    Ted Nugent said the same thing Alex Jones said, except Ted was on a show friendly to gun control. Even then, Ted interrupted a few times and raised his voice. Before passing judgment on Alex, I’d like to see Ted volunteer to go on Piers and debate gun control.

  • December 30, 2012 at 9:29am

    Perhaps CynDee should watch the interview on CNN with J. Jackson. That interview was, most definitely, a diamond in the dung of reporting usually slung around by CNN. It questioned why Chicago should continue draconian gun laws in the face of rising crime–most of which is gun-related. i.e. gun laws don’t work. I agree with those who believe that her personal information should be published if (and only if) she publishes the personal information of those who have taken the 2nd amendment to our constitution seriously.

  • December 28, 2012 at 5:06pm

    Professors will tell you that helicopter parents are a big problem. She has to be doing well if she was given a full scholarship so that she could finish her senior year. What she did took courage.

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  • December 20, 2012 at 4:19pm

    Do you know there are fewer police per resident in this country than there were boats on the Titanic? You see how well that turned out. Did you know that in the 1950′s kids would take the rifle they got for Christmas to school to show it off? Tell me the number of times there were school shootings then. Did you know that the founders of our country expected us to defend our freedom? Think about these things before you equate responsible gun ownership, and use, with burying kids.

  • December 20, 2012 at 4:11pm

    A crazy who wants to kill people doesn’t need a gun. He’ll find another way to do it if he has to, such as a man in China

    I am so sick of the Feinstein’s of this country trying to find ways to destroy the 2nd Amendment and using such tragedies to further their own agendas. I’d like to see SE Cupp tear Feinstein a new one on an MSNBC.

  • December 4, 2012 at 4:43pm

    Yes, I’m sure an orangutan would have about as much understanding of the second amendment. Finally, someone with guts to go on TV and tell an histrionic to shut up, and to call him on it. I applaud you!

  • December 4, 2012 at 4:30pm

    Anyone with 2 cents worth of common sense could see that people have been killed as effectively by heart attacks, auto accidents, knives and fists. The call to outlaw guns is Hitler all over again. Get guns away from people and a dictatorship is the next step. The socialists have been injecting their beliefs into our schools for years, and people are pouring over our borders who are advocating a way of life they haven’t fully researched. It doesn’t take elementary school math to figure out the answer to this equation.

  • November 27, 2012 at 4:48pm

    I have to agree with the ones who were laughing out loud. It’s the best laugh I’ve had all day–especially the macho guys who were screaming just as loud as the ladies.

  • November 19, 2012 at 3:27pm

    The present administration doesn’t see Israel as an ally. The reason threats and cursing work on people who support Israel is their desire to be accepted. It’s psychological warfare used when logic isn’t available, and the only way it’s going to continue to work is if the desire to be accepted by people is greater than the desire to be accepted by God.

  • November 19, 2012 at 3:20pm

    You are so right, ColoradoMaverick. we are seeing history repeat itself. People won’t see it because they’re looking at what they can get right now, not what their actions are going to get them in the future.

  • November 16, 2012 at 6:15pm

    Israel is a westernized country. They don’t debate over things like how long your wife can be dead and you can still have sex with her. Israel doesn’t think it’s okay to gang rape a female reporter in the middle of a demonstration, or give your 12 year old daughter in marriage. THIS IS THE ENEMY. We must never lose sight of that or we will ultimately pay the price for it.

  • November 16, 2012 at 6:05pm

    how true, how true!

  • November 16, 2012 at 6:03pm

    Is there any connection to reality with these people? This is an economic depression. It’s like watching people who just have to have that $100 scarf and use the last bit of credit on their credit card to buy it, then want the credit card company to raise their credit limit so they can buy more unnecessary stuff. News flash: At some point you have to start living within your means. When the inevitable happens, these people are going to want the people who have been living within their means to give up food and shelter as if it were owed to them. Will they have learned anything? Probably not.

  • November 12, 2012 at 2:03pm

    If you want to see how the government takes care of veterans, look up Douglas Dietrich’s information. Veterans are used as experiments (such as sending them to Japan after WWII at ground zero to see the effects of radiation on them). Pretty words hide ugly lies, the depths of which seemingly know no bounds.

  • November 12, 2012 at 1:56pm

    Every time I see the bravery of S. E. Cupp as a voice among the dissenters, I am more and more impressed. She is definitely a jewel among the rhinestones. One of the liberal members shouted out that the conservatives/republicans are dead, dead, dead. What do you think would have happened to S. E. if she’d said something like that? The nanny government would be all over her! She was cool, calm. and continued to state the point while the men were relegated to swearing, threats, and shouts. So much for the illusion that men are the only “logical” ones.

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  • November 8, 2012 at 10:17am

    One thing is for sure, unless we band together and push–HARD–the politicians in charge of fast and furious will never come to justice, they’ll just become bolder. Most of the constitution has already been bypassed and the experience with the supreme court saying obamaScare was constitutional is just a prelude to what is coming.