User Profile: Freelyn

Freelyn

Member Since: June 20, 2012

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  • [2] March 20, 2015 at 7:01pm

    You got it, this is all nothing but a chance for her to talk about how accommodating and easy to work with she it. If I hear that tired, retread, lie about “Reaching across the aisle.” one more time, I think I’m going to be sick.

    I don’t want compromise. I want what is right for the Country and it’s plainly not what Progressives think it is. You compromise with the Devil you end up evil yourself.

  • [3] March 19, 2015 at 6:06pm

    Great point, if millionaires aren’t allowed to influence elections neither should the government be able to buy votes. Anyone who works for or receives Social Assistance from the Government should not be able to vote in any election.

    Their votes are bought and paid for by public tax dollars.

  • [8] March 19, 2015 at 5:59pm

    You know what else would be great? If we went back to having MORE requirements to vote instead of less. I for one would welcome requiring land ownership to vote again. Imagine how many welfare recipients and city dwellers would no longer be able to vote. Oh, WAIT, a minute, maybe that’s why progressives put an amendment on the U.S. Constitution to remove that requirement.

    You see our Founders wanted voting restricted to those who were invested in the Country’s success through work and the Individual. They knew that those dependent on the government and those who lived in dependent situations like big cities were more likely to favor more government.

    Look at Benjamin Franklin’s comments on cities and when they learn they can vote themselves money. They were SMART guys and the only thing lacking in our U.S. Constitution were protections that could NOT be amended/removed. I’m glad that they made the U.S. Constitution flexible but a few key protections should have been carved in stone.

    So if we can no longer use land ownership, how about gainful employment.

  • [5] March 19, 2015 at 5:52pm

    I’m more concerned at the number of people ignorant enough to believe someone who calls you and tries to extort information out of you or get you to let them remote control your computer.

    I’m from Microsoft, I need to fix your computer.
    I’m from the IRS, I need your information or your going to jail.
    I’m a Prince from Nigeria and I want to send you a million dollars if you’ll just give me your bank info.

    I’m glad she wasn’t scammed but DUH!

  • [12] February 18, 2015 at 6:41pm

    LOL! Really funny APFP. Of course this is India totally different standards of marriage with arranged marriages still be commonly practiced. I think it’s like 70%+ of the population that believes arranged marriages are better. Not disclosing a medical condition during the arrangement process is likely a reason to immediately cancel the arrangement. The brother and law and her probably already were interested in each other but couldn’t get married because she was promised to the other guy.

    The seizure was a reason to get out of the arrangement. Just guessing but our social mores don’t really apply.

  • [9] February 9, 2015 at 6:30pm

    I have the best idea ever, let’s grant all that signed this divestiture their request. Revoke their visas/citizenship and ship them on the next boat leaving for Palestine. It is what they asked for – so why not grant it.

  • January 25, 2015 at 8:37am

    Whatever the substance is, it must be man made and more proof of how we are killing the planet. Just like the oil that spills because oil doesn’t seep right out of the ground in areas of the Country, which is how it was discovered.

    We must start wiping ourselves out to save the planet and since liberal progressives are the first to warn us about these perils, I say they volunteer first.

  • [9] January 9, 2015 at 9:51am

    Nine months of missing periods and she had no idea something was up? Either there is a lot missing from this story or it is a story about someone with a profound lack of understanding their own body. I find this completely incredulous and so should The Blaze.

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  • December 13, 2014 at 9:25am

    It only matters because race is mentioned by leftists when it can be used to demonize whites. That is the only reason what it matters to mention in reporting because facts matter. The Blaze should certainly know that.
    Race has nothing to do with lawless activity, it’s the culture that defines that. Some races live with different cultures it doesn’t make that race inferior. However, you’ll notice that we are being taught now that culture doesn’t matter.
    Language, Borders and Culture matter 100% to any society – allow their decay and you will no longer have a nation. Look at the hundreds of historical examples including the tower of Babel. Allow your culture to decay, which is why open borders is all about and the Culture will crumble.

  • [10] December 13, 2014 at 9:20am

    Maybe now the wife will arm herself as well. Every law abiding man and woman in this Country needs to arm themselves now. This is not going to get better under leftist Federal rule, look at Chicago, Detroit – lawlessness follows the decay of the rule of law. When government fails to serve the people and instead serves itself immoral acts become the norm.
    You need look no further than the calls of using non-lethal force on criminals. In the UK the police are unarmed, “Stop or I’ll say stop again.” They want us disarmed so that we can no longer stand in their way.

  • [5] November 20, 2014 at 4:17pm

    Stupid libs indeed, so now we can’t write laws correctly to mean what they say and say what they mean. Every law is so poorly written that it must be interpreted. So how do we know what the law is supposed to do? Why write laws at all, let’s just let them rule us as they see fit on a daily basis……. Oh, wait a minute!

    “This is clearly not what was concerned when I-594 was designed,” Potter said. “You can’t craft every possibility into every law. We think they can go forward with the exhibit, and we hope they will.”

  • [18] November 19, 2014 at 5:41pm

    I agree Josh007 and the Republicans should grow a pair and treat the Democrats the same way they’ve been treated. Obviously, showing deference in the past has gained them no reciprocity. It’s time to jam a Conservative agenda down their throats.

    Of course that will take a lot more fixing of the GOP to start with but it’s nice to dream.

  • [2] September 27, 2014 at 9:47pm

    Maybe he can give me a couple million so I can stay home with my kids too?

  • [3] September 24, 2014 at 6:26pm

    Why stop with one leftist? Better yet let’s not stoop to his level completely and instead let’s deport him to Cuba where he can enjoy all that wonderful Communism that they seem to love so much. After all he can have free health care and I bet convince them to kill anyone who becomes a burden on the collective.

    Of course the real burdens on our society are all these leftist politicians and their sycophants who make a living off telling us what to do and using force to rob us of the very resources we could use to take care of our own elderly. Imagine how much more money you would have if we truly had a limited government at the Federal level.

  • [15] September 24, 2014 at 6:18pm

    Do we see the strategy yet? Once you are no longer usefully paying taxes into their coffers you are expendable. You see Social Security retirement age will be raised to 72 and you get 3 years to make peace with the universe before we kill you in the new Leftist gas chambers. All of your assets if you have any belong to the State and not even a Thank you for all the years of wasted payments to Social Security and Obamacaid.

    This is all part of the plan make elderly a burden and convince the masses that they must die because the collective taking care of them puts too much strain on the system.

    Of course we Conservatives and Libertarians know the answer to fix that – simply stop having the system pay for any of us. Dependency on the Government ends up with you being seen as nothing but a burden and it won’t stop with old age.

  • [5] September 16, 2014 at 7:31pm

    As usual everyone here is wrong. The rudest drivers in all the States are, the Canadians. Especially, those from Quebec. LOL!

    Or maybe they’re just really bad drivers, it is so hard to tell. LOL!

  • August 14, 2014 at 7:52pm

    I assume you didn’t cry and suggest that they give you free stuff and feel sorry for you because you were offended by being called a breeder. I’ve been called that before as well and you know what I say, hell yes, I’m a breeder. It is normal to be a breeder and I take no offense at being labelled one.

    If it is what you are and you are proud of it, embrace it. Even if the person throwing it, thinks it’s a slur.

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  • [10] August 14, 2014 at 7:39pm

    Maybe the employee is British or Australian and likes to type a smoke as an email -
    “British and Australian colloquialism for cigarette; ***”

    What ever happened to “Sticks and stone may break my bones but names will never hurt me!”

    Has America become so ***** that it can’t handle a simply word? That somehow being called something that offends, even if true, or unintended to offed, entitles the receiver to pity and support? Perhaps, the left should stop getting it’s panties in a bunch and grow a pair? You call use Tea Baggers, Haters, Right Wing Extremists, Homophobes, Xenophobes, Ignorant Neanderthals, and the list goes on and on. Anyone who disagrees with you is all kinds of nasty hateful false words but call someone from a group you cater to for votes and it’s awe that’s so mean and hurtful.

  • [2] August 7, 2014 at 7:28pm

    Classic broken windows fallacy and I’d expect nothing less from JCrook. I mean who really thinks that raising the minimum wage does not add to the economy because workers earn more? I guess people that ignore the fact that any increase is more than offset in increased costs to the very minimum wage workers that are supposed to benefit?

    Since I know this above a liberals failed logic. The basic principal is that we all pay more for everything as minimum wage goes up, including the people making minimum wage. Therefore, it doesn’t add to the economy because even though we are spending more, it is money that could have been spent on other goods or services or invested in a way to grow the economy further.

    Of course Progressive Socialists like breaking things and taking freedoms in the name of fairness. So I understand your failure to actually recognize the hidden consequences of the ongoing failed policies you support.

    After all you’ve been taught by the likes of Nancy Pelosi who believes that food stamps actually grow the economy as well. Again ignoring the hidden costs associated with the confiscated wealth and government overhead associated with the program

    See if you can follow, You steal $2 from Bob, waste $1 in government overhead and give a $1 back to Tom, which is supposed to only be spent in the food market.

    All in all, Bob doesn’t have the $2 to spend or invest that he could have, $1 has been wasted on overhead, and the final $1 goes into the food economy.

  • [1] July 28, 2014 at 11:10pm

    I have a trade off for all those who want open borders and keep referring to our past when immigrants came here to work. You can allow any non-criminal aliens you want into the Country if you will compromise and eliminate, and I mean eliminate ALL welfare programs across the Country. No more Welfare, SSI, Medicaid, Food Stamps, free health care, etc., etc., etc.

    When we opened our doors to the masses yearning to be free it was with the understanding that they would come here to be free – not be be an expensive burden on all of society. It isn’t charity when you take everyone else’s money at the barrel of a gun to give to whom you decide deserves it.

    If you don’t want to compromise and eliminate all these Social Welfare programs than I have one last offer for you – all of you who want to grant amnesty can foot the bill, by yourselves to pay for the influx of illegal aliens coming here for a hand out and burdening our system. You pay for them completely and don’t forcibly reach into the pockets of your fellow citizens to do so. I mean, it’s the charitable thing to do right?

    Why do I hear such silence in response? Why do I near the stammers that we should all share the burden of these hand outs? IT ISN’T CHARITY IF IT’S FORCED OR COERCED, now IS IT!

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