User Profile: GTCharlie


Member Since: October 20, 2011

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  • October 31, 2013 at 4:09pm

    The largest problem with the Democratic Party is their refusal to allow people to have and enjoy PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY. If my decisions do not affect others then what I do is my responsibility and I should only have to answer to myself for my actions. If I wish to buy insurance then it should be my choice, not anyone in government. My small inexpensive house is mine, fully paid for and I do not pay for insurance. And, should anything happen I will know that repair or replacement is my choice. I am forced to pay for automobile insurance which I do, because driving an automobile affects others. I wish that everyone would be allowed to make these same decisions in how they run their lives.

  • January 8, 2013 at 8:45pm

    I am 76 years old and can say just what I mean, and that is, “If someone tries to take my weapon, then one or both of us will be carried out”. Get to the root of the problems of people killing people and leave law abiding people alone. Maybe it is time we started evaluating who we are voting for before we vote.
    We have some trash in congress that needs replacing. In 1954 I swore to defend the constitution and still believe in what it stands for. We have far too many that take the oath and do not take it seriously.

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  • January 3, 2013 at 8:03am

    We will not see change until those that collect for doing nothing feel the pinch of not receiving all those freebees. Benjamin Franklin said, “Do not make the poor so comfortable that they start liking it”. Back in the fifties my family was in a bind so we did accept government help. The help was in the area of food which was a gallon of milk and a block of cheese each week. And, you know something, I appreciated this help. Now the help is a free cell phone, free gasoline, discounted housing, expensive food items, and cash from the food stamp card. I had a reason to improve my self and get away from the government help. Today the compliant is, ‘Why can’t I get more help?”

  • January 2, 2013 at 8:21pm

    Is anyone at ‘The Blaze’ monitoring what is being said in the comments? These comments of calling anyone names is uncalled for. I think that a person can be told that they are not doing their jobs or not doing what the writer wants without using this language. And, it is a terrible thing to say that the country would be better off with someone’s death. I do not agree with anything President Obama does, but I will not wish him harm. In our country we vote for and hope we win in elections.

  • December 29, 2012 at 5:31pm

    You are so right on, why should employers be paying for the insurance of anyone.

  • December 29, 2012 at 5:19pm

    This is what like about Eric Bolling, he says it like it is and if the truth hurts some of you so be it. I feel somewhat the same way, ” I say what I mean and mean what I say and if it hurts someone then that means they deserve it”.

  • November 29, 2012 at 8:05pm

    My answer to those that want to remove the cross from any public property. We boycott any business that own or work for. When their pocketbook gets hit then they will start having different views on what is really none of their business.

  • November 29, 2012 at 7:46pm

    The answer to all this stuff against the display of the cross is to boycott any business that these people own. Nothing works against them except the picking of their pockets.

  • November 11, 2012 at 1:19pm

    The FBI agents involved should be asked to resign or be fired because they placed the country in a real sense of trouble because this retired general and head of the CIA was allowed to remain on his post for three days. We have a president that has been a thorn in the side of many for four years and now his assignment has been extended for four more years. With this record , maybe the general should be allowed to stay on the job until it is proven that he is a risk to the country.

  • November 10, 2012 at 2:30pm

    I do not for one New York minute believe that he resigned because of an extramarital affair. My belief is that he knew what happened on that fateful night and was asked to sacrifice for the cause. Someone that had gained his position only did so because he was always on top of what was happening under his command. If he had appeared before a house committee and was asked a question under oath he would have to tell the truth on what he knew

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  • October 27, 2012 at 12:37pm

    Maybe so that Mr. Panetta should be called before an investigating committee, but I believe that more could be gotten from the CIA director, General David Petraeus, under oath than any other administration member. He has a lot to lose if found not to be telling the truth in a sworn testimony. He was as most know very recently a member of that military that leaves no one behind.

  • October 27, 2012 at 12:17pm

    We of the military believe that we should leave no one behind. And, I believe this would apply to any US citizen that needs help while performing their official duties. This administration did not do anything to help those folks that were representing the U. S. A. in their duties. It is time we left this administration behind as they are not doing their duties that they asked for in the 2008 election.

  • October 22, 2012 at 10:37pm

    The color is constantly brought up because it gives the person of color a leg up on the person of no color.This will go on until all judgement of a person is based on his/her performance and not the color of their skin. I believe that if the college can accept 50 new students, then these 50 should be the most qualified. Promotions in companies should also be based on their ability and again not their skin color. I think it is time that we get rid of the guilt trip that we have been on for 100 years or so. And, if someone votes for Obama because of ‘only’ his skin color and not his performance, then this voter should be ashamed of himself/herself.

  • October 22, 2012 at 9:01pm

    Marine One – I can agree with you on what Obama is doing and I do believe he is for the advancement of the Islam way of life. What I do not understand is that the leaders of the democratic party have become followers of his actions. In their view and a majority of the the media’s view Obama can do no wrong. God help us if he is re-elected.

  • September 28, 2012 at 8:40pm

    I posted the same article twice and it did not show in print. You may not think it is a copy of someone else’s work, but I can assure you that it was all mine. What P Os me is you don’t post and without explanation.

  • September 28, 2012 at 8:29pm

    One of the leaders of the Muslim Religious Faith gather the leaders of the Muslim countries into a meeting and explains how the Muslims can rid the world of Christians and Jews by gaining control of a country that was founded by Christians and Jews. This country is a mixture of different religions, but is predominately Christian. Conquer this country, by peaceful means, and we can gain control of the population of the world.
    He tells them that we must find a very young boy with ties to a Muslim country and the targeted country. He will be brought up and trained to be very vocal and be able express himself intelligently. We will see to it that he receives the best education available. His initial work will be to help the poor of the country and gain their obedience. He, then will enter politics and be elected by those that he has helped. By continuing on this route with the help of some of the most corrupt persons in this country he will eventually run for and win the highest office of the country. This he will accomplish by picking the time of opportunity, when a majority of the people will be disenfranchised with the state of the country. In this capacity he would have an opportunity to change the world affairs without the people even realizing what has happened.
    After his having been elected as the leader of the selected country, he with the help of the Muslim Brotherhood

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  • September 25, 2012 at 8:36pm

    My feelings are that I and my grandchildren will be much better off than if the president has another four years. His first four were held back from a disaster because he was constantly running for re-election. If by chance he does win there will be no holding him back. From past experience the congress nor the constitution have been in his way. He will find a way to bypass both and evidently there are folks like you that don’t care what he does.

  • September 25, 2012 at 8:29pm

    If the Democrats and MSNBC can only find this type misspeak of Romney, then we must be in good shape. I like the Fox News report on President Obama’s life as a Chicago community organizer where he is identified as representing the Chicago slum lords in their defense of mistreatment of the housing for poor blacks. Maybe there is just a chance that if someone starts digging they might find that the president is not equal to God.

  • August 26, 2012 at 11:14pm

    The large problem is, there are some citizens out there will never change their minds about the colorful rock star Obama that became President Obama. Most of these persons have never had to pay taxes or answer to anyone about what they have contributed to their government. I have grandchilden that are at this age (20-25 years old) of development and will only change their attitude when it might be too late in their lives. I think they will pay dearly if Obama is re-elected. I am 75 years old and am in a position that I can take care of myself until I pass on, which I am thankful for. These young people will need to start evaluating the issues in an honest way if they are to be in my position when they reach my age.