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freedomcelt

Member Since: November 15, 2012

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  • May 13, 2013 at 10:07pm

    OOORRRR….maybe it’s to keep the Benghazi Impeachable Offenses story from getting any more traction….whereas the IRS stuff will result in only lawsuits as will the AP story now about government intrusion into the media’s freedoms…this is all smoke and mirrors to focus on the lesser of 2 evils (or now 3 evils)…these rat bastards will do anything for power…typical “scorched earth” scandals…the media will flock away from murderous and willfully evil issue to protect their propped up dictator messiah and their ever pining for Hillary in 2016…they all bite

  • May 8, 2013 at 11:00pm

    Obama lied people died! Clinton lied people died! Obama lied people died! Clinton lied people died!

  • May 7, 2013 at 8:52pm

    Were you there? I didn’t think so…

  • May 7, 2013 at 8:51pm

    JUST KEEP REMEMBERING…OBAMA LIED PEOPLE DIED! OBAMA LIED PEOPLE DIED! CLINTON LIED PEOPLE DIED! CLINTON LIED PEOPLE DIED! I think it’ time for our turn on the playground of criticism…deafening criticism..

  • May 7, 2013 at 8:48pm

    WOW ..it is amazing what de-valuing the currency will do for an economy!!! Keynesian theory must work!!!! ….until the fake bubble bursts….I never thought that people with the educations these idiots in the Fed have could be so damn stupid….all for BOBO the Wonder Fraud!

    In reply to the story The Dow Just Made History (Again)

  • May 7, 2013 at 8:45pm

    Amazing but I thought that one needed a brain to speak….it’s a miracle!!!

  • May 4, 2013 at 10:28am

    Yes the Demonrats are mentally. The inmates have taken over the asylum. The serve an evil power who desires America’s demise so he can reign here. These people are his agents knowingly and un knowingly.The only thing that I think describeswhat is going on is that the stage is beginning to be set for the real anti cChrist to come on the seen. What we see now are types of anti Christ based on their lawless and rotten fruits. The signs are everywhere just like the fig tree

  • April 29, 2013 at 9:34pm

    hey sister, you and your ilk have been trying this since the Fall of man…guess what traditional beliefs and norms still exist no matter what you and your ilk do…thousands of years of failure…guess what? You don’t control the Truth….you will see Him face to face someday…best of luck…please save her O Lord from her ignorance and evil…she is made in your image despite her embracing of the darkness…help her before the end…Amen

  • November 24, 2012 at 10:33pm

    Hey, STEVETHEREALIST….try some reality…we NEVER heard the end of how AWEFUL and HATEFUL and EVIL George Bush and Republicans were back in 2006+ when the Dems gained Congressional control….Dems are not the “we love whover the President is” crowd…they are vitriolic, rude, and offensive on so many levels it is not funny…if you are “THEREALIST” you claim to be, try some reality….it might help you get off the KOOL AID and the “happy bong” you are hooked on…the reason for the crash started with Democrat desire to allow everyone to borrow as much as possible without regard for whether they could ever pay it back…it grew into a mess….then come 2006 when the all knowing and benevolent Dems got Congress back, they FAILED on an epic level to provide any oversight and stop the coming implosion that occurred….almost like they wanted it that way….I am not a Republican so I am not partisan…but I am an Independent who looks at the facts and reality and saw a whole lot of things on both sides to the aisle going wrong…Bush/Repubs and the Dems….time for you to “GETREAL”….

  • [1] November 17, 2012 at 10:18pm

    Listen folks…I am going to repeat this over and over if I have to….read what is below…the REPUBLICANS DID NOT GET BEATEN BADLY BY DEMOCRATS FOR THE PRESIDENCY….THE REPUBLICANS DID IT TOO THEMSELVES BOTH INTERNALLY AND EXTERNALLY AS WELL AS DEMOCRATS BEING THE DISHONEST LOT THAT THEY USUALLY ARE….here is what really happened last Tuesday:

    * 334,000 votes in 4 states separated the Dems vs. Repubs taking the presidency or roughly 0.28% of the voting population…YES ONLY 0.28%!!!!!…that is:
    1) New Hampshire’s 4 electoral college votes by a margin of 40,659.
    Obama won with 368,529 to Romney’s 327,870.

    2) Romney lost Florida’s 29 electoral college votes by a margin of 73,858.
    Obama won with 4,236,032 to Romney’s 4,162,174.

    3) Romney lost Ohio’s 18 electoral college votes by a margin of
    103,481. Obama won with 2,697,260 to Romney’s 2,593,779

    4) Romney lost Virginia’s 13 electoral college votes by a margin of
    115,910. Obama won with 1,905,528 to Romney’s 1,789,618.

    These account for 64 electoral college votes and this switch of 333,908 votes in
    these four key states if added to Romney’s 206 and remove them from Obama’s 332, and Romneydefeats Obama 270 to 268.

    Then add in:
    5) Nevada with 6 electoral votes with a margin of 66,379 (528,801 to 462,422)
    6) Iowa with 6 electoral votes with a margin of 88,501 (816,429 to 727,928)
    7) Colorado with 9 electoral votes with a margin of 113,009 (1,238,490 to 1,125,391)

    These account f

  • November 14, 2012 at 10:35pm

    Here is what acutally happened last Tuesday…
    * 334,000 votes in 4 states separated the Dems vs. Repubs taking the presidency or roughly 0.28% of the voting population…that is:
    1) New Hampshire’s 4 electoral college votes by a margin of 40,659.
    Obama won with 368,529 to Romney’s 327,870.

    2) Romney lost Florida’s 29 electoral college votes by a margin of 73,858.
    Obama won with 4,236,032 to Romney’s 4,162,174.

    3) Romney lost Ohio’s 18 electoral college votes by a margin of
    103,481. Obama won with 2,697,260 to Romney’s 2,593,779

    4) Romney lost Virginia’s 13 electoral college votes by a margin of
    115,910. Obama won with 1,905,528 to Romney’s 1,789,618.

    These account for 64 electoral college votes and this switch of 333,908 votes in
    these four key states if added to Romney’s 206 and remove them from Obama’s 332, and Romneydefeats Obama 270 to 268.

    Then add in:
    5) Nevada with 6 electoral votes with a margin of 66,379 (528,801 to 462,422)
    6) Iowa with 6 electoral votes with a margin of 88,501 (816,429 to 727,928)
    7) Colorado with 9 electoral votes with a margin of 113,009 (1,238,490 to 1,125,391)

    These account for another 17 electoral votes…so in total 64 (above) + 17 =81 electoral votes all within 601,218 total votes or roughly 0.5% of the total voting population decided the race….the totals above equate to 1 small to large town in each state….also, on average of each of the 7 states, the difference is ~86,000 votes per state

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  • November 14, 2012 at 10:34pm

    Here is what actually happened last Tuesday….
    * 334,000 votes in 4 states separated the Dems vs. Repubs taking the presidency or roughly 0.28% of the voting population…that is:
    1) New Hampshire’s 4 electoral college votes by a margin of 40,659.
    Obama won with 368,529 to Romney’s 327,870.

    2) Romney lost Florida’s 29 electoral college votes by a margin of 73,858.
    Obama won with 4,236,032 to Romney’s 4,162,174.

    3) Romney lost Ohio’s 18 electoral college votes by a margin of
    103,481. Obama won with 2,697,260 to Romney’s 2,593,779

    4) Romney lost Virginia’s 13 electoral college votes by a margin of
    115,910. Obama won with 1,905,528 to Romney’s 1,789,618.

    These account for 64 electoral college votes and this switch of 333,908 votes in
    these four key states if added to Romney’s 206 and remove them from Obama’s 332, and Romneydefeats Obama 270 to 268.

    Then add in:
    5) Nevada with 6 electoral votes with a margin of 66,379 (528,801 to 462,422)
    6) Iowa with 6 electoral votes with a margin of 88,501 (816,429 to 727,928)
    7) Colorado with 9 electoral votes with a margin of 113,009 (1,238,490 to 1,125,391)

    These account for another 17 electoral votes…so in total 64 (above) + 17 =81 electoral votes all within 601,218 total votes or roughly 0.5% of the total voting population decided the race….the totals above equate to 1 small to large town in each state….also, on average of each of the 7 states, the difference is ~86,000 votes per stat

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