User Profile: Kevin The Elder

Member Since: October 22, 2010

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  • [9] August 18, 2016 at 7:25am

    Sad you don’t even realize that your confirming one of Beck’s points. I think it’s time to question the make-up of many Trump supporters. Beck has an opinion. He’s entitled to that as are all Americans. Just because your opinion differs doesn’t make you right. You say that eventually Glenn will see that his opinion of Trump is wrong and maybe that’s so, and if it is then none of this should bother you. However, if Glenn is right and YOU are wrong (which for some reason you think is impossible) then the country could be in dire trouble. The fact is that if Glenn actually believes that then it should be completely understandable why he stands his ground.

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  • [2] July 1, 2016 at 9:51pm

    Therein lies yet another problem. Even if the neverTrump group could pull off something, they’d still have to pick a candidate that could win. I wouldn’t back Kasich, but I could back an Allen West, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee or Rand Paul.

  • [13] June 23, 2016 at 7:56pm

    If Gohmert was the GOP Presidential candidate, I’d vote for him in a heartbeat.

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  • June 13, 2016 at 6:56am

    Reminiscent of ‘Letters From A Nut’ by Ted L Nancy. If that book can still be found, I highly recommend it to anyone who appreciated this couple’s letter.

  • June 8, 2016 at 7:56am

    You’re absolute right. In fact, I can only hope that someone encourages just that to happen. Maybe an entire class, where the boys all say that they feel as if they feel feminine. How many girls will opt out of THEIR gender and say they feel masculine, just to have to be able to go to the empty boy’s bathroom:)

  • [4] June 8, 2016 at 7:45am

    Yes they have. Wangyot must compete with the boys, period. Otherwise let him stay home and play with his dolls.

  • [1] June 8, 2016 at 7:43am

    Why refer to Wangyot as ‘she’? Being politically correct isn’t facing the issue. He is a HE period, end of story! How insane we are to even address the issue. By doing so we are creating more and more future shehes. Heck, back in the cave man days when I was a boy, if I could have called myself a girl and gotten into their locker rooms and competed against them I just might be calling myself Katherine now :)

  • [3] May 28, 2016 at 10:30am

    That is the what is so scary. I’ve been voting over 50 years and until this one, I had faith in the American voter. The infiltration of our government, our media, Hollywood, and our schools by the left has produced tainted fruit. God help us.

  • [3] May 28, 2016 at 10:10am

    Was that necessary, PK? Seems you might have a problem.

  • [13] May 27, 2016 at 1:51pm

    Another oldie (which was picked up for the move Lethal Weapon) was the American in a Chinese restaurant mockingly ordering “Flied Lice” to which the waiter admonishes him, “It’s not flied lice, it’s fried rice…you plick!”

  • May 20, 2016 at 6:44am

    As an ex cop, it might surprise you to find that I agree with most of your complaints, though your target is misplaced. The officers are sworn to defend and instructed on procedures, which I suspect you will admit that they do efficiently. As to their ‘lying’ to citizens, we could both act righteous and say that lying is wrong, but in reality, the vast majority of the population lie at one time or another. Thus I don’t condemn the LEO for that. However, I totally agree that whatever laws are on the books that make it an offense for civilians to lie to authorities should be revisited. For one thing, anyone should be ALLOWED to lie in the same way that they are allowed to remain silent.

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  • May 20, 2016 at 6:25am

    By googling Heather MacDonald The Dangers of the “Black Lives Matter” movement readers will find a great piece that is right on the money. I highly recommend everyone to read it.

  • [76] April 9, 2016 at 7:43am

    I find it frightening that a Supreme Court Justice would regard us all differently. So many of the ills of our country are because individuals have been deliberately separated into black/white, male/female, gay/straight, etc., it’s disheartening to hear Sotomayor actually encouraging these divisions.

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  • [10] April 9, 2016 at 7:21am

    I would like to talk to Roger Stone about his decision, hoping to change his mind about giving out that information. I’m sure that other people are like me and would like to ‘discuss’ things with him. However, I don’t know his phone number. Or where he lives. Is there a site that has this information that I can direct others to?

  • [6] April 9, 2016 at 7:00am

    Love the Washington Palefaces. If that hasn’t been proposed as an alternative new name, someone should start on online PAC.

  • [8] April 9, 2016 at 6:55am

    It seems all minorities take things personally, which is sad. For instance, they don’t like the name Redskins? Okay so let’s rename them and call them the Washington White Skins. I’m not offended. You’re not. Good idea? I doubt it; I suspect the black players on the team would then be offended, complaining that he should have been renamed the Black Skins. How did we ever become so divided?

  • [2] March 31, 2016 at 8:44am

    On the surface, from looking at the video, it would appear that Lewandowski simply was attempting to get Michelle away from Trump and merely grabbed her arm (perhaps a bit too aggressively, though not consciously doing so) and pulled at her, away from the candidate.

    However, if we want to accept that, there remains the question, if that was indeed what happened, why didn’t L just say that, while also apologizing to the reporter? No one would have blamed him, and I suspect that Ms Fields would have simply accepted the apology and moved on (if not, few would have supported the reporter after that).

    That, for me, is the problem. Because Michelle is insisting that it was more than an overly aggressive tug, and because Lewandowski totally denied even touching her or knowing her, I have to suspect that the reporter’s account is the correct one, that she almost was pulled down and that she did manage to stay standing and that she was bruised. In short, it is my suspicion that this guy might have an anger issue and at that moment he was very annoyed and thus grabbed out at her in anger.

  • [4] March 4, 2016 at 5:23am

    I admit upfront that I am a Cruz supporter and have grown an aversion to Trump. That said, I’ve watched the other debates and in only a couple of them did I award Trump as ‘the victor’. Yet in each of them Trump overwhelmingly ‘won’ every online poll I saw. This time around, I feel that Trump clearly LOST the debate, and I suspect also in the eyes of most ‘grown ups’. If you watched it, you must see how I came to that conclusion. I doubt that even many of the wild eyed youths who think he can do no wrong all thought he won. Yet, I visited Drudge during the final five minutes and Trump had almost 70% in that poll. I hit another poll a minute or so later and that poll had Trump at 75%. Sorry, those numbers are not logical to anyone who was looking at the debate fairly.

  • [1] February 29, 2016 at 1:32pm

    I heard on the news this morning that they think the prosecutor will go for the death penalty against this cop killer. How dare he! Doesn’t he realize that black lives matter!!!

  • [7] February 26, 2016 at 7:50am

    It’s great to see there is another Kevin with common sense :)

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