User Profile: freeberty


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  • [1] March 10, 2015 at 9:04pm

    Actually it was a conservative Texas governor that thought it would be a great idea and take the Texas educational standards model from 1995 and implement it on a federal level. He did this by increasing federal educational expenditures to the states by 150% and creating a bloated federal education bureaucracy as soon as he possibly could after becoming President

    Maybe when Jeb’s in charge he’ll straighten it out, after all he was a southern governor.

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  • March 10, 2015 at 8:28pm

    Conservatives loved the idea back in 2002, you know “for the children”

    No Child Left Behind Act

    On January 8, 2002, NCLB was signed into law. Americans united behind a revolutionary idea: every child can learn. The law confirms that as a nation, we will not accept a public school system that educates only a portion of its children. NCLB recognizes what truly makes a difference in providing a quality education. It calls for a highly qualified teacher in the core subjects in every classroom; the use of proven, research-based instructional methods; and timely information and options for parents

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  • [33] March 3, 2015 at 5:28pm

    They deserve some well earned applause!
    Congratulations on another big win for Obama!! Who needs Reid and Pelosi, when you have Boehner and McConnell? Look at Boehner coming through like a champ and giving Obama 89 more votes than he needed.

    Thanks again to the republican leadership and all the support that they have given Obama for the past 6 years, whether it’s illegal immigration, Obama care or deficit spending it’s good to see them working together to take the last of the American’s people freedom and liberties away and leaving nothing for its future generations.

    I almost can’t wait till Jeb’s in charge to put the finishing touches on what Obama has started.

  • [43] February 22, 2015 at 4:00pm

    Why would anyone feel the need to make excuses for this scum?
    Yes, killing dogs is kind of expected by these workers in their government welfare jobs program and yes, he was obviously a weak minded individual, after all he depended on the government for his livelihood and the food on his table for 22 years.
    The daughters he murdered were Alissa and Deanna, they were 17 and 13 years old.

    Dregs of society? Glen Hochman could be their poster boy

  • [-4] November 28, 2014 at 12:04pm

    So you’re seriously saying you didn’t know that veterans are dependent on the government for their VA care? You seriously didn’t know that they have a choice and could take responsibility for their own healthcare? You seriously don’t know about free market healthcare, where you can get the very best in healthcare and the choices you make regarding that healthcare will always in your best interests? You seriously think that the 115 trillion in current US UNFUNDED liabilities are going to be paid by you?

  • [6] November 28, 2014 at 11:16am

    Why is this shocking to anyone?
    Government dependents justifying what they’re stealing from the future of the country, from their own progeny, wonder if their talking points were pulled from some of the government dependents that post on here?

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  • [3] November 25, 2014 at 3:39pm

    Obama has been in power, giving orders for 6 years, not a peep from active military personnel, Kathy can’t apologize fast enough. From sponge and bucket work in Africa, to arming and training Syrian terrorist in Turkey, seems like some care for their government check more then the Constitution.

  • [-6] November 23, 2014 at 5:00pm

    Didn’t take long for the government dependent class to respond, lucky for you and your families there are all kinds of government welfare job programs available. Want to try the free market and statistically can’t, Obama has a subsidy for that.
    You 2 seem really kind of bent, how much exactly are you and your families stealing from the future of the country, from your own progeny?

  • [-11] November 23, 2014 at 4:25pm

    In hindsight he probably should of taken his vest off and just awaited the first shot like a good sheep would. Maybe just bend over the hood with his neck stretched out awaiting a proper purse produced pig sticker. Who doesn’t love Monday morning, a cozy chair, and quarterbacking. It would be a groovy social experiment for all the fat lazy abusive LE nationwide to call in sick for a week. Just a week. Good times.

  • [20] November 21, 2014 at 8:18pm

    Congratulations, on another big win for Obama, this time on Benghazi and thanks to the hard work of the republican majority of the house, special thanks to Boehner, Mike Rogers, Mac Thornberry, Jeff Miller, Mike Conaway, Peter King, Frank LoBiondo, Devin Nunes, Lynn Westmoreland, Michele Bachmann, Tom Rooney, Joe Heck, Mike Pompeo, everyone of Obama’s major policies, that will eliminate freedom and liberty, enslave future American generations in debt, can continue unabated. Whether it’s Obama care, illegal immigration or continuation of deficit spending, the republican leadership shows how much they support Obama by doing all the heavy lifting.

  • [-7] November 20, 2014 at 10:21pm

    You got me of course some communist from CA authored it, Texas was just the first state stupid enough to implement it as a model for the rest of the states.

    Sure, get back to us when Abbott actually does something about illegal immigration in the state of Texas.

  • November 20, 2014 at 10:07pm

    I sure some of the citizens of Texas think the dream act is illegal. I would believe Abbott was truly trying to do something about illegal immigration if he sued himself.

  • [-16] November 20, 2014 at 9:54pm

    Hey, he’s a politician, why actually do something like get rid of the dream act that Texas invented for all the illegal loving states.

    Look at all the support from all the uniformed people posting on this site he has, just by saying something that does nothing.

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  • [-3] November 20, 2014 at 9:42pm

    Sure, don’t mess with Texas. The only 1 messing with Texans is your new governor. Filing a time wasting lawsuit sounds good to the uniformed, but actually doing something tomorrow like doing away with the dream act, which Texas invented as a model to the rest of the illegal immigrant loving states, and he can’t be bothered.

    As for Congress they’re basically on recess for the rest of the year,

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  • [-7] November 19, 2014 at 7:42pm

    Hold on a minute, does that mean I would have to give up my social security, medicare, government pension, government check from my government welfare jobs program?
    Rebel? I not even willing to vote for anyone that would make an actual difference.
    I’m willing, along with 80% of my fellow citizens to throw my future generations in the fire for my government check, do you honestly think I care about a few million more getting government handouts? Emperor? I’ll call him anything he wants as long as my check that I deserve is in the mail.

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  • [1] November 18, 2014 at 8:01pm

    No Impeachment, no defunding, but newly unanimously elected leader of the Senate said there will be investigations.
    Don’t expect much, looks like Obama and McConnell have more in common with government handouts regarding Kentucky.

    Mitch’s friend just hired by Obama to help out with minimum wage and Obamacare issues in Kentucky and the rest of the country.
    “For his part, McConnell was happy for the appointment.

    “This is a great honor for Jerry, who I have known for many years,” the Republican Senate leader told the Louisville Courier-Journal. “We have worked together on important issues impacting the Commonwealth, and it is always good to have a Kentuckian in the White House. I wish Jerry well in his new role.”

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  • [3] November 16, 2014 at 7:43pm

    Yeah Obama, the real conspiracy is how many posters on this site and fellow Americans supported the Patriot Act, and now conveniently erased it from their memories, now that it has become a gigantic government bureaucracy that 1 day may be used against them.

    This is what YOU wanted and called everyone against it UN-American.

  • [-24] November 16, 2014 at 7:27pm

    I wish they wouldn’t stay under wraps, I feel safer knowing they’re there to protect us from the Ferguson types, OWS’ers, anarchist and any other boogeymen we can imagine, right Barber.
    I’m proud to say I have always been for the Patriot Act and still considered anyone that didn’t support it a P- Bot, UN-american and traitorous.

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  • November 16, 2014 at 5:48pm

    It’s been 25 years in the same litterbox. Military and government gave up fighting to win about 69 years ago. The good thing is the Shia and Sunni, would commit genocide against 1 another if Americans would just stay out of the way, (sooner or later it will happen). Since Americans aren’t willing for that to happen, it’s a good thing your future generations have so much money to cover the costs that current generations are stealing from them, you know to make you feel safe.

  • [1] November 16, 2014 at 4:18pm

    Foley, Sotloff, Haines and now Kassig, all Americans, all Muslim Jihadist sympathizers and apologists for those that would kill Christians in Syria and Iraq.

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