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fordfan

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  • [2] May 17, 2016 at 11:08pm

    I thought the exact same thing.

  • [11] May 11, 2016 at 10:23am

    If this happens, it WILL be a ‘here’s your sign’ moment for America and Americans. For ANYONE who could, in ANY way, support a Marxist to readily jump onto this so-called Trump train (which, IMO, is on a track that has a bridge out) should scare the living hell out of EVERY American who loves capitalism, freedom, liberty, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, private property rights, etc.

  • [6] May 11, 2016 at 10:17am

    Y’all mark it down….Geraldo FINALLY got something right! But then he has no business calling ANYBODY annoying so long as HE is still, IN ANY WAY, visible/audible

  • [8] May 5, 2016 at 11:27am

    I won’t vote for either one and I’ll be damned if you’ll back me into a corner and try to blame me for this fraud! I’ll bet there’s a lot who will agree with me.

    Now I’ll admit that, even tho I have ALWAYS been for Cruz, Trump had my ear early on but quickly lost it. I have NEVER actually supported this fool. Knowing that he has no principles, morals or integrity and few actual policies outside of a promise to build a wall (a promise that he’ll likely never be able to keep) and after his pathetic smearing of Cruz and his family, I never will. My vote for the actual constitutional conservative eliminates any blame you THINK I’m supposed to carry for not voting for Trump.

    The GOPe is to blame for creating this monster called Trump and Trumpsters are to blame for keeping it alive….you own your share of whatever consequences come from it, I don’t….deal with it.

  • [5] May 1, 2016 at 10:10am

    First of all it would be nice for Chump and his minions to cut the whining…it’s really unprofessional.

    Now, some simple observations/facts: 1) Cruz is BY FAR outworking and outplaying Chump at this game. 2) if we change the rules the way Chump wants em changed, he’d have fewer delegates than he does now (but genius as he and his minions are, they know this, right?) 3) Chump not only sucks at the art of the deal, he sucks at hiring the right people (he has at least two bug time lobbyists on his team as well as a former leader of the GOPe, John Boehner, as a golfing/texting buddy…something all true Republicans are trying to do away with) 4) AND THE LAST BUT MOST IMPORTANT ONE…IF CHUMP DOESN’T GET 1237 DELEGATES BEFORE THE CONVENTION OR THE 1ST BALLOT….HE WILL NOT BE NOMINATED…. HE LOSES….AND AMERICANS WIN!

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  • [13] April 19, 2016 at 4:30am

    He damned sure did answer the question! But one must be able to comprehend English and the Constitution to realize it.

  • [-16] April 18, 2016 at 11:49am

    Regardless of situation, unless you have the authority, as do the Secret Service and law enforcement, you DO NOT put your hands on people unless you either want to risk an ass whippin’ or the consequences of the law. He shoulda left Trump’s security to the Secret Service.
    In the end, this wasn’t as big a deal as made out to be by Fields but a deal nonetheless that should have been handled according to the law…unless there’s no law against simple battery where they were.
    This thug knew full well what he’d done wasn’t right (even if this realization came later). The fact that when called on it he began to twist and spin and lie, as did his mob boss, in an attempt to discredit her and to minimize the damage proves this. He shoulda taken the high road, swallowed his pride and apologized at the very beginning, even if he didn’t think he’d done wrong. this would’ve likely ended the entire issue. He chose the low road like a good little thug.

    P.S. this isn’t the first shady situation for this guy…this sort of thing follows him.
    P.S.S. And don’t give me the crap about her history of playing the victim. I see it and don’t care. To me, generally, each case is to be considered separately.

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  • [-12] April 18, 2016 at 11:34am

    Anyone who condones such thuggish behavior wouldn’t be bothered by it.

  • April 15, 2016 at 10:54am

    You’re right. Trump is no Romney. he’s worse.
    But in any event, nba made a very valid point. Romney was pumped up to be Superman by these hacks and he turned out to be Minnie Mouse. They’re now pumping Trump up to be Superman too while other polls, etc show him to be exactly the same as Romney, A LOSER, while never reporting on Trump’s massive unfavorability numbers against Hillary. And may I add, they did the same crap with McCain. The only difference between the McCain and Romney for me was that I actually thought Romney had a decent chance regardless of what the Trump News Channel had to say.
    No one will ever try to stop you from making your own determinations but at least try insert all the factors into the equation before you attempt to solve said equation….you know, for the sake of the republic.

  • [1] April 15, 2016 at 10:41am

    It should. Then there’s Trump’s MASSIVE unfavorability numbers against Hillary. They’re higher than ANY OTHER GOP CANDIDATE IN HISTORY. People may not like Hillary but waaaaaaaay more than that don’t like Trump!

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  • [1] April 15, 2016 at 10:39am

    If this poll is accurate, which I seriously doubt, it’s nothing more than an indication that the Trump News Channel’s (formerly the Fox News Channel) anti-Cruz bias and pro-Trump propaganda is working. They should be proud and we should be madder than hell about what the Trump NC is doing! But then one would have to be able to see thru their BS and then accept it as BS to be mad about this. They’ve simply taken their place in the Praetorian Guard with the rest of the lib media…just with Trump rather than obama. It will worsen if Trump is elected.

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  • [-1] April 14, 2016 at 11:23am

    Exactly! There are two categories of people here: those who actually know the Constitution and despise it (obama is a good example of this) and those who truly don’t have a damn clue what it says and means and don’t care….both being the path to the death of this republic

  • April 14, 2016 at 11:20am

    ….Cruz, Beck and Levin have put all there efforts NOT into stopping the Democrats and trying to get a their party elected but instead stopping Trump by attacking and dividing there own party and voters. They do not care about saving the country, stopping the democrats and reversing all the damage that has been done over the past 7+ years.

    ****JUST this part of your comment means that you likely don’t actually listen to what they say or see what they do and most importantly, it means you’re a total frickin idiot********

  • April 14, 2016 at 11:15am

    So what you’re saying is, 1. you don’t have ANY principles because you couldn’t care less who the GOP nominee is 2. because you call this no-constitutionalism, you likely have no idea what federalism is or means and likely little understanding of the Constitution 3. because you probably never truly participated in your precinct or county caucus with full knowledge of how they work and because you disagree with the results, it means that surely some sleazy politician is subverting the will of the people.
    And finally, two things, (1) if you have knowledge of wrongdoing, present the evidence PROVE IT and (2) you were supporting Cruz until the media and Chump TOLD YOU he was a liar and an overall bad guy. All you’ve from one end of this to the other is bought into the propaganda from Chump and the media hook, line and sinker without doing ANY real research into these things.
    Just know, Trump LOST in CO because he had this wild ass idea that he didn’t have to play the game and Cruz didn’t STEAL anything. But, if you still truly think the game is rigged in CO, LEAVE.

  • [1] April 14, 2016 at 10:42am

    Putin’s a thug, our commander in chief is a puss, our military strength is far too low….and this is the result. End of story. IMO, the U.S. did the right thing here….nothing.
    I do wonder tho what they would have done had a couple of FA-18s had shown up to play too

  • [1] April 12, 2016 at 4:36am

    Surely these two are smart enough to know the this much immigration and a welfare state are NOT compatible. Or maybe not.

    Milton Friedman said free immigration and a welfare state aren’t compatible but at this point, I say THIS MUCH immigration. Eisenhower also did what he did to make sure vets had access to a job after the war. How does allowing as many guest workers as possible, back then or today, even remotely accomplish that?

  • [2] April 11, 2016 at 10:13am

    Whether this circus clown and his gang agree with the system or not, it is the system used to nominate the GOP candidate. Whether he, his gang or anyone else agrees with what CO did concerning their delegates or not, it’s what’s called FED-ER-A-LISM. This brings me to the more important point. If The Donald doesn’t approve of how CO did this, he apparently doesn’t approve of this concept we call FED-ER-A-LISM which is most if not all of the Constitution. AND if he thinks popular vote should determine the nominee, it clearly means he prefers true democracy over constitutional republicanism. We do NOT need another dictator/king!

    All summed up: Donald Trump is a damn fool and anyone who supports him is or on the way to being one too.
    And BTW, Trump supporters, I’ll let you know UP FRONT, you can put your feelings back in your pocket, I’m not interested in seeing them. I don’t pick or reject a candidate based on emotion so, to me, your feelings are irrelevant here. I pick mine on how likely they are to follow the Constitution.

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  • April 10, 2016 at 3:15pm

    With just a few names like Bill DiBlasio, Michael Bloomberg, Al Sharpton and Charlie Rangle on the list of those representing much of the state of NY and NYC, just what else does one need to be able to understand where the term “NY values” comes from?!

    Sadly, the good guys in NY/NYC either can’t or refuse to break free of these values.

  • [2] April 10, 2016 at 3:10pm

    The definition of conservative, or as many call it, constitutional conservative is clear and has been explained COUNTLESS times….maybe you should try learning a little about it.

  • [2] April 10, 2016 at 3:08pm

    So he visits the 9/11 Memorial Museum, so what? Good for him. Chump still shouldn’t be president.

    Frankly, I’ve never questioned his patriotism or love for his country (although I have been told that I probably should). I question his total lack of principle, political actions in the past and for how he says he wants to govern this country, etc.
    In this case, he’s simply politicizing 9/11 for his political benefit…again… for which he should be ashamed.

    I’ll even go so far as to say bluntly that smart people will see right thru this and not allow it to play ANY role in whether they vote for him or not.

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