User Profile: Honestybefore truth

Honestybefore truth

Member Since: September 11, 2011

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  • [8] April 29, 2016 at 6:00pm

    A corollary to the maxim that it’s not paranoia if they really are out to get you, It’s NOT a conspiracy if they are openly trying to limit a Constitutional Right.

  • [79] April 29, 2016 at 5:51pm

    Sarge -

    I’ve been considering all the Trumpettes’ claims that the Donald is an “outsider.” And have come to the logical and measured conclusion that it’s so much bunk. He may have never held office, but to become as “successful” as he has, he certainly has to have ingratiated himself into the good graces of those that hold power. One need only do an overview of what the beltway progressives have said about him to see that he has spent both time and money cozening up to them, and more likely than Cruz made practice of those backroom deals that everyone deems anathema to our Republic. By any holistic measure, Trump is far more connected to those that hold power than Cruz, and more worrying far more indebted.

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  • [3] April 27, 2016 at 6:51pm

    Hey Libby-

    Why should I? I didn’t think much of it, so I’ll leave it to the Trumpeters to spin it.

    And with that I’ll leave you with this parting thought, despite all his flaws, which are numerous and glaring, he is still far superior to any Democrat.

  • [11] April 27, 2016 at 6:17pm

    The fact that Jake Tapper doesn’t understand something doesn’t surprise anyone. And that he would opine on something he doesn’t understand isn’t anymore surprising than his lack of comprehension. Why anyone would be swayed by a member of the “journalistic” community after years of them show casing their ignorance, bias, and perfidy does surprise me. I understood Trumps “position” speech, I just wasn’t all that impressed

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  • [9] April 27, 2016 at 5:55pm

    Because, it may now be possible (if they don’t move the body for a while) to prove the old saw allowing that – One bad apple, can spoil the whole bunch.

    Thank you, thank you….I’ll be here all week, try the veal.

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  • [2] March 1, 2016 at 8:19pm

    I wonder what was running through Paul’s mind when he twiddled that….did someone at Sprout’s or Whole Foods not recognize him? Did he call a press conference to which no one bothered to come?
    We don’t need more people in the race at this stage. We need less. But the establishment isn’t going to allow Rubio quit and the rest of the also rans are angling for either an appointment or a place on the ticket. Sessions has just become the latest example of the Power Corrupts rule, and Rand the corollary…nothing is more bitter for a “politician than an echo after his words.

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  • [22] March 1, 2016 at 8:08pm

    HFT- I actually really like the place. Now if you’re looking for a tool to use everyday at work, it isn’t the place to go. But for occasional use, or the hobbyist, a good percentage of their products are just fine. I once bought a 15 piece set of rotor bits there for under $20. The next week I happened to be in Sears, and low and behold…the exact same set right down to the “fancy” box was $165. Also an excellent place to pick up things like nitrile gloves for refinishing, etc.

  • [11] March 1, 2016 at 7:58pm

    Vlad, I guess you have never known a woman from the south, especially one of previous generations. The phrase “bless your (his, her, their) heart” is most often spoken with a tone indicating the object of the blessing is someone who is, for lack of a better adjective, a little “off”. Which is perfectly apropos in regards to the “Donald.” The only usage of the term great regarding Trump is the size of his ego and his lack of compassion.

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  • [3] January 5, 2016 at 6:53pm

    The ACLU constitutes one of the cruelest jokes played upon the American landscape. That these Progressive peddlers get to operate their twisted ideological game under a moniker that is at best a mockery of the words American and Liberty (though Union is spot on),and an example of the perversity inherent in the Left.

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  • [4] January 5, 2016 at 6:44pm

    This one of those, wow…really? stories. Did he hate her so much that he killed her, then used her head to kill himself? Or “love” her so much (in a jealous, twisted, mistaken sort of way) that he couldn’t be parted from her? Did he think using her head in that block of concrete a metaphor for their lives? Twisted, for sure, anyway you stack it.

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  • [4] January 5, 2016 at 9:57am

    Can’t you just see Libs being forced to fill out a background form at Williams – Sonoma to buy that $250 Chef’s knife?

  • [2] January 5, 2016 at 9:53am

    Or, maybe he was beating his chest in a macho show of defiance and forgot he had the knife in his hand……Na, he was probably just wacked out of his skull on some drug.

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  • [1] January 5, 2016 at 9:49am

    “mistaken and conflated multiple events unintentionally”

    So either he caught Heston’s Alzheimer’s*, or his mouthpiece is lying about his lying. And, I don’t see how it’s possible to lie “unintentionally” since it take a conscious effort to do it. You can be mistaken, can misremember, even misspeak, but to claiming the tale was unintentional is truly straining credulity (which is already in short supply in his campaign).

    *(yes, I know that’s not possible, the quip was for effect)

  • [55] January 5, 2016 at 9:36am

    Binky; The Right to association is also a Right not to associate. Did the couple sue people who chose not to go to the “wedding”? Your Rights go only so far as the next persons. No matter how hard you try, others can not be forced to believe as you do. You and the Gay Mafia, can never force acceptance. And stunts like this will only further alienate those around you.

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  • [62] January 5, 2016 at 4:21am

    Interesting that both Bay and the the people that made American Sniper felt compelled to challenge the Progressive narrative on their subjects.(through out American Sniper they pointed out that the “insurgents” were mostly foreign nationals not Iraqis, meaning it wasn’t an internal revolt the Left called it) I wonder how this will affect the filmmakers?

  • [2] January 5, 2016 at 4:10am

    If they left that market for “greener pastures” I really don’t think that they should be allowed to return. May be put a cap in place, one move per franchise. To paraphrase and old saw…You can run from the consequences, but you inevitably bring the problems with you.

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  • [7] January 5, 2016 at 4:01am

    Boy, could I be more insightful? (please see the end of the post:www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/01/04/here-are-the-specific-executive-actions-obama-will-take-to-reduce-gun-violence/#comment-10450564)

    As to the basic premise of this story, well that’s not all that hard to predict. When has Obummer ever allowed the Law (Constitutional or otherwise) to stand in his way? Dictators “don’t need no stinking” laws. Revolutionaries (admitted or otherwise) don not have any respect for anything but their own views. This will end up on the docket of Supreme Court, guaranteed.

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  • [27] January 5, 2016 at 3:51am

    We can say Radical Islam all we want, it’s the spineless sycophants that can’t. It’s anyone who can’t see the problem that has been festering at the instigation of the Progressives. Here’s a “means test” for you, if any person applying or running for a position in government can’t (or won’t) acknowledge Radical Islam and define it correctly, maybe they should seek work with a Soros entity instead.

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  • [61] January 4, 2016 at 8:34pm

    Generally speaking I lack the devious mind bent that is sometimes necessary to see where much of this might lead. But a few things did peek out from the smoke. More ATF agents (you know that trigger happy, storm trooper bunch from such episodes as Ruby Ridge) More money and resources going to that bunch of “geniuses” at USDS (like we need more government employees able to access our private information) Directive requiring the Justice Department “ensure smart and effective enforcement of our gun laws”….which includes the phrase “targeting ‘the worst of the worst’ gun crimes.” (I can’t imagine how this won’t be abused can anyone say focus on whitey) And the last and far from least significant, the following quotes: ” “engaged in the business” of selling guns” and “Health and Human Services issued a final rule expressly permitting HIPPA covered entities to provide to the NICS…necessary information. (nope, I can’t imagine how either of those phrases could bypass someone’s Constitutional Rights or be abused through their ambiguity)

  • January 4, 2016 at 7:53pm

    I understand the practical application of the process, but if you don’t think that the leaders of the parties would not be able to influence the outcome you are being naive, and only a little less so if you think that they couldn’t find a way towards the outcome I mentioned.

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