User Profile: GrandpaOf4


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  • October 23, 2016 at 11:47am

    Shhh You will tick off the tRump supporters.

  • [5] October 22, 2016 at 8:41am

    Okay you win the daily “funniest internet post” award for the day. Nice.

  • October 22, 2016 at 8:21am

    They can’t see it. Blinded by dependency and hoping for a savior they really can’t see the truth. Trump’s “I am famous so I can do anything” attitude that HE expressed is exactly the same “above the law” attitude we see from clinton. It is the SAME problem. One is not better than the other in this mess. All this sanctimonious talk about equality under the law is nice but for the rulers, trump or clinton, there is no equality because they are above the rules. Some con-man shoves them a sympathetic face and pretends to “understand them” and all the obvious reality drops away. Above the law. Both of them. Now you behave Mr. theGunshow or we’ll send the irs to check on your taxes.

  • October 22, 2016 at 7:42am

    Bingo FlyEagleVa ! All the pompom boys and “yippy lets win” morons are still picking sides when in reality there is only one side still in the game. The side of “we the people” has been retired for almost 30 years. Wait! I know how to fix it! Let’s have more government! Maybe tRump government! Yeah! Yeah! Pick a side! Last person out the door please hit the lights.

  • [1] October 22, 2016 at 7:12am

    Congress will do nothing to block clinton or trump. Both of them have the capacity to crash us into the gutter and neither of them will be opposed at any level by either house. We have gone from a constitutional republic to a mob-appointed monarchy. The three branches of government, legislative, executive, and courts have been replaced by a king, a clown court and most of all a bureaucracy. Laws are made now by UN-elected officials appointed by the king. Trump will run his progressive-statist jack-booted economic crap with no restrain. Hey, whats another great(er) depression among true “believers”. Mr we could use a man like herbert hoover again? Oh then let’s follow that up with policies to make the new deal great again. It is a pity we can’t learn from history. Clinton is worse but congress will be no obstacle for her either. Back to the plantation for all of us. Maybe you will get lucky and massa will favor you for a while.

  • [2] October 22, 2016 at 6:54am

    Look I get voting for tRump because clinton is REALLY bad but these talking head clowns worshiping the cheeto-face-jesus is sickening. He is a liar, a conniver, a manipulator, a total con-artist and these a$%-clowns want us to believe in ANYthing the cheeto-jesus spews out of his garbage mouth. (which will likely change tomorrow) Trump doesn’t “stand” for anything but “making trump great again”. Anyone who can’t see that is blind or delusional. Clinton is worse – no question – but let’s stop being stupid and denying reality. One thing you can count on is no matter WHO wins this election you are going to be very disappointed.

  • October 16, 2016 at 8:40am

    Wow. You reached all those conclusions based on the fact that Steve thinks tRump is a loser. Quite remarkable. Are you sure that you wouldn’t feel more at home on the breitbart site? I’m thinking maybe confronting opposing points of view might not be your strong suit. I get it that you are used to pitching a temper tantrum and getting your way from mommy & daddy but it might be better for you to go play with the like minded folks. This might not be the best place to display your lack of critical thinking.

  • [-1] October 16, 2016 at 8:03am

    Please help me out. What does it mean to “be a conservative” in your way of thinking? According to you, none of the other republican candidates where conservative so please enlighten me with what you believe “a conservative” is. I’m not trying to insult or argue but words matter so I need to understand what your words mean.

  • [1] October 15, 2016 at 1:40pm

    Amen. My observation is that the ignorance and volume are inversely proportional.

  • [1] October 15, 2016 at 9:04am

    Thank you. Seems mr. falwell is as familiar with biblical teachings as trump is.

  • October 15, 2016 at 9:01am

    The Falwell brand of phony religion has always been for sale to the highest bidder. Daddy was no different. The stink of money gained by con-games runs in the family. For them it is a business first and forget everything else. My kids or grandkids sure won’t be attending liberty college. Those carnival barkers have pocketed far too much from the ‘faithful’. Not surprised to hear him praising trump they are cut from the same cloth.

  • [6] October 14, 2016 at 6:12pm

    Bravo Due_time. Hit the nail square.

  • [1] October 14, 2016 at 6:04pm

    salamat_po “Better yet, drop cable all together. Fox doesn’t get my attention and more than MSNBC.” True dat bro. I don’t care what “side” you pick in this election these clowns are master manipulators of the under-informed. Even the so-called “right media” has become polluted. Brietbart is off the wall which is a crying shame. It’s getting more and more difficult to cut thru the b&^Sh78t and see some honest reporting. It is a bad state when we are informed only by manipulators of truth.

  • [2] October 14, 2016 at 5:50pm

    Come and get me puddin’. Summer soldiers and sunshine patriots blowing big words in the wind.

  • October 14, 2016 at 5:41pm

    Look Mos I’m with you on voting for the down ballot but let’s not be delusional about what that will mean. Really it means the progressive republicans, which are MOST of the people there, will back whatever hillary wants to do. The exact same way they back obama today. We had better not hope for the republican down ballot to help at all. They won’t. We have 8 years of proof to that effect. The only hope at this point is the convention of states. Yup an article 5 convention of states for the purpose of proposing amendments. I hold NO hope a republican congress will do a DAMN thing to even slow hillary down.

  • [1] October 14, 2016 at 5:34pm

    I”m not voting for tRump either but dreaming that the spineless republicans will do a DAMN thing to block clinton is a giant step beyond wishful thinking. 70% of the republicans are on the same page as clinton ignoring their promises and going along to get along because really they are on the same team. I wish it were true but with most of the republicans we have in there now there is really no hope of them standing in her way.

  • [7] October 14, 2016 at 5:12pm

    jp103 – that’s why I can claim I am getting three votes. If I don’t vote for trump it is effectually a vote for clinton and if I don’t vote for clinton it is essentially a vote for trump and so if I write someone in I get in effect three votes! What a deal. I’ve never had this many votes before. How kool is that?

  • October 9, 2016 at 8:13am

    Perhaps because he is unrepentant? Forgiveness isn’t an option unless a person asks for it. If that has to be explained to you then I suggest getting some counseling.

  • [2] October 9, 2016 at 8:06am

    Amen. The worship of celebrity is the root cause of the cheeto-jesus. It may come from watching more entertainment television than actually thinking but I’m not really sure. At any rate it seems to have gripped about a third of the so-called republican voters and probably more than half of the registered democrats.

  • October 9, 2016 at 7:57am

    I’ll color you “normal”. This idea that covenant relationships and vows mean nothing is not a new concept but being proud of it is something new. Perhaps we caught the disease from our Hollywood imaginary friends. Ya know. People with celebrity. Donald’s words don’t bother me has much as the concepts he was expressing. Who hasn’t used disrespectful terms for the opposite sex at some point? Many people have. It may not be common for some of us but it happens. So that part I could get over. The idea that he pursued purely sexual relationships in spite of his recent marriage troubles me. I think it says something about his character that I find evil. That attitude that “I can do anything because I am a celebrity” is a mental disorder. That in and of itself is enough to cause me to not vote for him for any office. Not even dog catcher. He is unfit in my mind. So is hillary for that matter because of the same mental defect. The country is in a bad position right now. I would like to take a moment to thank all the angry alt-right trumpkins for their part in selecting likely the only candidate out of 17 who actually CAN’T beat hillary clinton in a race for the white house. I think any one, with the exception of lindsy graham, could have hammered her but no – none of them where “outsiders” (as if trump ever was) . Even Jeb could have won this contest with hillary. She is a criminal for God’s sake. But the angry children had to have their cheeto-face-jesus. Celebrity-

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