User Profile: jmjaffe

Member Since: August 30, 2011

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  • September 7, 2016 at 11:20pm

    The only person to blame for that is Donald Trump.

  • September 7, 2016 at 10:48pm

    Oh, flyoveryou, why did you have to out me?

  • September 7, 2016 at 11:49am

    Way to Go, eyes, in doing your part to make conservative reunification much more difficult after this crap buffet of an election. #NeverTrump folks are not spineless. They disagree with you. Is that a bad thing in your America?

  • [1] September 7, 2016 at 11:39am

    Mark Levin will not criticize Glenn Beck or any #NeverTrump person. Mark continues to respect those conservatives who will not vote for Trump. He has been on the same page as Glenn in saying that those who believe in the Constitution must be able to unite after the election. Mark continues to say that the people responsible for a Trump loss are 1) Donald Trump and 2) Trump’s unquestioning sycophants.

    There are true American conservative patriots who will vote for Trump and who will not vote for Trump. Will you be ready to unify with all of these patriots after the election? DO NOT scorch the earth with recriminations; it will not get you anywhere.

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  • [2] September 7, 2016 at 11:37am

    Try to keep some perspective. There are true American conservative patriots who will vote for Trump and who will not vote for Trump. Will you be ready to unify with all of these patriots after the election? DO NOT scorch the earth with recriminations; it will not get you anywhere.

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  • [3] September 7, 2016 at 11:34am

    Levin did not sell out. He disagrees with you about the best course in a terrible situation. He did not “abruptly change course.” Since May, he’s been saying he’ll probably end up voting for Trump, but that he would never spout Trumpist propaganda, and he hasn’t. But if you want to make a conservative reunification and revival impossible in the USA, just keep trashing real American patriots like Mark Levin.

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  • [3] September 7, 2016 at 11:31am

    Mark Levin continues to respect those conservatives who will not vote for Trump. He has been on the same page as Glenn in saying that those who believe in the Constitution must be able to unite after the election. Mark continues to say that the people responsible for a Trump loss are 1) Donald Trump and 2) Trump’s unquestioning sycophants.

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  • [8] September 7, 2016 at 11:28am

    The title of this article is false. *Anybody* who has listened to Mark Levin since May knows that there was no “abrupt course change” in this decision. From the moment Cruz suspended in May, Mark has said that he would probably end up voting for Trump to block HRC, BUT that he would not cheerlead for Trump and that he would put Trump’s feet to the fire. On these, Mark has maintained his integrity.
    Shame on The Blaze for this error, assuming it was through negligence.

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  • [6] September 2, 2016 at 10:11am

    Don’t think anyone here thinks the points are bad points. Most think that Trump is a pandering liar who is in bed with the same leftist crowd he ran with for 40 years. He changes his line based on his audience, which really doesn’t seem to bother Trump supporters. So far, the only basis you have for trusting Trump is that he demands, every other sentence, “BELIEVE ME!” He has been caught in lies – and then lies about his lies.

  • [16] August 30, 2016 at 12:39pm

    Why does a proud Zionist Jewish man, a staunch supporter for Israel, marry a Muslim woman with close family ties with the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR; a woman who edited a sharia journal? Anthony Weiner was a perfect patsy and beard to cover for Huma Abedin’s background. Just as the Clintons married for power and Hillary’s ideology, I believe that Anthony Weiner’s marriage to Huma Abedin was politically arranged. Abedin is an influential part of the Clinton machine and connects them to the Arab world, specifically the Arab financial world. Weiner was an ambitious, leftist narcissist with a sexual expression problem who was tailor-made to be manipulated.

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  • [10] June 16, 2016 at 10:55am

    Supporting Trump in 2016 means electing Clinton – almost every polled metric shows that Trump cannot win against Clinton. Democrats (incl. unions, welfare recipients, etc.) will vote Democrat no matter what; polls show they will not cross over for Trump even if they agree with his policy proposals. At the same time, Trump has alienated much of the GOP conservative base and they WILL NOT come out to vote for him. The ONLY way Clinton loses is to someone who is NOT Donald Trump. That can happen if the delegates nominate someone other than Trump at July’s GOP convention. If you keep pushing Trump, you are pushing Hillary Clinton. So, wait for the convention and see what emerges.

  • [2] March 3, 2016 at 11:52am

    Hannity has been in the tank for Trump since the summer. Hannity complains that other (left) interviewers throw softballs to their interviwees. He throws Trump nothing but softballs. After the second debate,Trump said outright, in front of the cameras that W. had lied about Iraqi WMDs. The next evening, Hannity had trump on his show and asked, “Donald, did you really mean that George Bush lied about.” Trump’s response: It was a mess. What a terrible war.” Hannity just lets it go. No follow-up; no “how could you say that and not expect to be called on it?

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  • [5] January 15, 2016 at 5:40am

    Cruz is my guy, but the “New York values” crack was just a stupid thing to say. Unnecessarily divisive. Cruz does not have to resort to a social stereotype to make his point that Trump is no conservative. First time in the campaign I thought Ted exercised poor judgment.

  • [8] December 11, 2015 at 4:24pm

    Actually, Cronkite was also a leftist ideologue, whose commentary and biased reporting, including the decision to, for the first time, show body bags filled with American casualties on prime-time news, horrified the nation and shook the resolve of the US to win the Vietnam War. Remember, in Cronkite’s day, there was no alternative to the evening news and the New York Slimes.

  • [4] December 8, 2015 at 9:12am

    Not often the Donald is the more restrained and reasoned voice in the room… Don’t think I’ve ever watched “Morning Shmoe” for more than 5 seconds at a time. I always think it’s an infomercial.

  • [22] April 7, 2015 at 5:17pm

    Archer is part of Cartoon Network’s “Adult Swim” time slot, and no children should be watching Cartoon Network or anything else at that hour. Besides, “Archer” rocks and it’s all about mocking James Bond, the original lecherous anti-hero.

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  • [-2] January 15, 2015 at 2:32am

    Franklin Graham’s presence was one continuous non-sequitur. What the hell was he doing there? Confirming Muslim propaganda that Christians want to conduct another crusade? Is Hannity placing equal weight on mass conversion of Muslims to Christianity as a serious solution? A true disservice to his other two guests – and to viewers.

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  • [1] January 10, 2015 at 8:04am

    Edited or not, Shlep came across like an insecure 8-year-old. I would like to hear the minute that preceded the clip, to understand the context of Erlanger’s comment. He said “We need to be careful,” not “You should be more careful.” Sounded a lot more like a general journalistic truism than any criticism of Fox News. Keep Shep far, far away from prime time. 2:00AM would be a fitting slot.

  • January 10, 2015 at 8:00am

    I didn’t get the impression that Erlanger was directing the comment at Fox News. In fact, I think he said the comment wasn’t directed specifically at Fox News.

  • [4] January 10, 2015 at 7:57am

    I would like to hear the minute preceeding the start of the clip. But, it seemed to me that Sheperd Smith over-reacted like an insecure teenager. Erlanger said, “We need to be careful…” not “You need to be careful.” The guy was repeating a journalistic truism about responsible reporting. Nothing in the conversation I heard indicated he was specifically criticizing Fox News. Shep Smith also happens to come across as a pompous, superficial, self-important prima donna – I don’t think he enhances Fox’s lineup and he should be kept away from prime time.