User Profile: John 1776

John 1776

Member Since: August 31, 2010


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  • [57] October 25, 2016 at 2:27pm

    When you provide absolute proof beyond any doubt to a liberal progressive that they have lied, they simply repeat the lie and claim they are still right. We saw that with Obama, and the rest of them just follow his example lock-step.

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  • [41] October 25, 2016 at 1:18pm

    Of course Obamacare was designed to fail at which time they would “Progress” to the soviet health care system (governmen.)
    We have a real shining example of how that would work, it’s called the VA.

  • [101] October 24, 2016 at 10:23pm

    I don’t think he quite qualifies as a sociopath, but he does have some real problems.
    Still, the person he is running against is a vessel of death.
    Voting for Trump is like jumping on a grenade to save others. It dirties our own soul, but may save many lives.
    I don’t think Trump is evil, I think he is just an egotistical jerk. On the other side, I see true evil. Someone who is ok with infanticide. How many more babies will die if Clinton gets in as compared to Trump? Can I live with myself if I wake up November 9th and Clinton has won and I haven’t done everything I could to avoid that? No, it looks like I am back to voting for Trump no matter how that makes me feel. Too many lives at stake.

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  • [11] October 24, 2016 at 5:49pm

    This election is already hurting my finances! No more sales at gun stores because everything if flying off the shelves without the aid of sales. A couple of months back, my inbox was always loaded with great deals. Now with the gun-grabber in the lead, everything is back to retail prices.

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  • October 21, 2016 at 2:07pm

    At least the squirrels will be well fed. (Except her)

  • [5] October 21, 2016 at 1:07pm

    How much did Jeb spend on the Primary?
    I think in this one case, the numbers are over-rated. Elections have pivoted from TV to online content, so the $$$ are not as critical, as much as who and how you are reaching out.

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  • [4] October 18, 2016 at 5:16pm

    “Twenty-three percent of millennials would prefer a global chatostrophic event over Clinton or Trump”
    But, they’re all the same thing! (?)

  • [23] October 17, 2016 at 11:06pm

    Article is a little harsh on him. Yea, it makes sense once you think of the word for a second, but it wouldn’t be a word in the front of the vocabulary of a Libertarian as the core belief is that each state should have it’s own laws, and the fed should just be there for common defense and to settle disputes between the states. Although I like the idea myself, it’s very “Federal” in concept, and the only time I like the word Federal is when I’m buying ammo.

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  • [2] October 16, 2016 at 9:31pm

    “Sanger later started the American Birth Control”
    ABC ? Makes sense

  • [17] October 16, 2016 at 7:14pm

    Usually the polls are correct, but this is not a usual election. In the past, the roads were blanketed with political signs. Very few this year, and most of them are for local races. I would not be surprised if the polls were right, but I would also not be surprised if they were wildly wrong. I’ve seen the crowds at Trump rallies, and the small controlled photo-ops at Clinton rallies. It sure looks like an enthusiasm gap, but then again, Bernie had the huge crowds, yet somehow Hillary won. I guess in the end, the progressive zombies come out and vote. (That would be the correct term for the dead leaving their graves for the night, right?)

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  • [7] October 13, 2016 at 8:00pm

    “Now if they’d only do Hillary as Miss Piggy…..”
    Oh! I though that’s who she was playing.

    Good comic relief !

  • [14] October 13, 2016 at 2:59pm

    How so?
    8 We must help people in poverty to overcome it. Government must provide a basic safety net for Americans unable to support themselves. Its programs should help people to overcome poverty, rather than simply survive it.
    —– There is nothing in the constitution that prevents us from setting up a social safety net.

    10 National defense is a primary federal government responsibility. Our national security requires unmatched military and economic strength, and a commitment to the cause of liberty.
    —- How is this “unconstitutional”?

    11 All Americans should have access to affordable, quality health care. The best way to improve Americans’ health care is to encourage competition and innovation. Our health care system must be responsive to patients, not simply insurers and bureaucrats.
    — Competition is the core of commerce, No talk of universal health care here.

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  • [28] October 13, 2016 at 2:52pm

    Watched the interview, then stuck around and watched the interview with his running mate on “Pat & Stu.” Finally, a candidate that I could vote for without selling my soul. Would take an “Act of God” for them to win, but we could be seeing the birth of the party that will replace the ex-conservative republican party. I went to the McMullin website and the policy list really hit home! About time! I do fear it is a little too late this election, but enough votes could set the stage for 2020. (If we live that long.)

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  • [5] October 13, 2016 at 12:44pm

    Caught the interview on Beck with Evan McMullin this morning (and just now with his running mate.) Yea, I know, it would take an act of God to get them elected, but if we are really interested in restoring Liberty, and returning to the Constitution, then this is the way yo go. It’s time for a third party since the Republican party has gone Progressive. Maybe a bit of a showing now will wake people up. If not, well than at least I feel I truly voted for my beliefs.

    In reply to nicholesap's comment on the contribution Liberty rocks, socialism kills

  • [29] October 12, 2016 at 10:23pm

    I was wondering how low this election campaign season could get. Guess I underestimated them all!!

    Good lord, can you imagine what the rest of the world will think of us by November 8th?

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  • [56] October 10, 2016 at 8:10pm

    I am voting for Trump, even though I don’t like him. It has NOTHING to do with what either candidate has said in the debates or what their campaigns are about. Why?
    Because Obama and Clinton are hell-bent on starting a war with Syria for “humanitarian reasons”, just like they did with Libya. The difference is, Russia has one of their biggest naval bases in Syria and were a long term ally. Attacking Syria would be the same as Russia attacking England, our long term ally. It would start WWIII. We have NO business attacking countries that are not a threat. ISIS, yea, attack them, but not Syria. For this reason alone, I equate Hillary with the “end of the world.” Trump has no desire to attack Syria.

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  • [4] October 10, 2016 at 2:26pm

    I find that poll a little whacked. I’m not a big Trump fan, but he hit this one out of the park. She was expected to be on the offense but ended up on defense the whole 90 minutes. Trump had the appearance of a predator circling the downed prey (Clinton) and waiting to pick the last meat off the bones.
    It was that dramatic. So… Who were the people responding to this poll, and what debate did they watch?

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  • [21] October 9, 2016 at 11:25pm

    Why just blame Bush, when you can push your blame all the way back 150 years to the first Republican ever.

  • [21] October 9, 2016 at 11:24pm

    Not a big supporter of Trumps, but he mopped the floor with her tonight.

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  • [44] October 9, 2016 at 11:21pm

    And this is why people like Trump:
    He told the truth
    I have never heard a political type say that before. They always try to pretend they are “one” of the same mind with their VP. It was brutally honest.

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