User Profile: KevINtampa


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  • [61] April 28, 2016 at 6:47pm

    They hate him because of the seat he took. David Dewhurst was their guy. Hell, David Dewhurst was supposed to be the GOP sock puppet running for the Presidency this election.

    Dewhurst was put down by Ted Cruz; it was the TEA Party’s biggest win. The GOP establishment hated the TEA Party, and Ted Cruz represents everything they hated about the TEA Party. The establishment has hated Ted Cruz before he was ever in the senate. The fact Cruz beat out every establishment man outside of Trump this election cycle, pisses them off even more.

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  • [10] April 28, 2016 at 5:42pm

    You forgot the Church of Climatology.

  • [105] April 28, 2016 at 5:17pm

    So the pundits were right, give ex-cons the right to vote and they will vote for a progressive democrat.

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  • [3] April 28, 2016 at 12:57am

    “they’re too stupid to realize they’ve pushed Americans too far,”

    The Progressive goal is to push us right into civil war to allow them the chance, the excuse, to cull the masses they disagree with – so their goal is to push the people too far and the people are not there yet, but it’s coming.

    Read or listen to what Bezmenov had to say about the use of antagonization during destabilization.

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  • April 27, 2016 at 8:48pm

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  • [1] April 27, 2016 at 8:21pm

    Bobby Knight just likes throwing chairs at protestors while attending Trump rallies.

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  • [12] April 27, 2016 at 8:06pm

    That’s because those that support HB2 keep their support quiet, otherwise they would have been verbally attacked and ostracized by a loudmouth behind a bull horn.

    The first rule of communism…ostracize your opponent into silence.

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  • [14] April 27, 2016 at 5:23pm

    Screw you Rick Scott.


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  • [9] April 27, 2016 at 4:45pm

    PolitiFact is transpolitical.

    They are Progressives that self identify as independent.

    So if you call PolitiFact anything outside of independent, you get five Pinocchios and it makes complete sense to their Progressive logic.

  • [2] April 26, 2016 at 11:24pm

    I know I’m late to the party, but = + 2 Days Later.

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  • [53] April 26, 2016 at 1:46pm

    Christian Benjamin Watson, you nailed it.

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  • [2] April 26, 2016 at 1:41pm

    Four legs good two legs ba’a'a’a'a’a'a’d!

  • [1] April 25, 2016 at 9:02pm

    It’s a 1st Amendment free zone.

    And like the rest of New York, it’s also a 2nd Amendment free zone.

    People died so that the freedoms of mankind could be zoned and implemented on the masses and stifle their liberty.

    People should respect that.

  • [-1] April 25, 2016 at 6:55pm

    None of that matters.

    He said wall and started the birther movement.

    Trump 2016

  • April 25, 2016 at 1:59am

    This article is not about Afganistan – it is about Iraq. It is a question about why we attacked Iraq and not Saudi Arabia.

    We did not attack Saudi Arabia because those holding the majority power in Saudi Arabia leaned towards the U.S. – and proved it time and time again in assisting the US combating the war on terror.

    Usurping that alliance does harm. It gives strength to the minority power stake holders in Saudi Arabia that would like to see Saudi Arabia completely cut all alliances with the West.

    Research why Saudi Arabia exiled Osama Bin Laden and you will begin to understand the problem and why it’s a really dumb idea to subvert the major stakeholders in Saudi Arabia – right now they are on our side. Go with your plan, and they won’t be.

  • April 23, 2016 at 4:00am

    “The truth is that our government has done more to spread the Caliphate than anyone else by simply removing the road blocks that once stood in the way of the Islamists.”

    Sadam wasn’t a road block to radical Islamists. Sadam was a radical Islamist.

    If Sadam were still around, Iraq would already be totally controlled by the caliphate movement, or worse.

    The world was made a better place the day he was hanged at the end of a rope. To think that’s not the case is to bury your head under the mass graves Sadam had dug in the Iraqi desert.

  • [7] April 23, 2016 at 3:49am

    What “madman”?
    Sadam Hussein

    How exactly was he “mad”?
    Outside of gassing his own people, I’d say his invasion of Kuwait was an indication of an unstable mind.

  • [5] April 23, 2016 at 3:46am

    Thanks Fish, though I did not know him.

    But the story does carry with me because I have several times followed an anchor line down to the floor to unwedge it – in areas not far from where he was.

    Bay waters are generally not that deep, but even if he was only down eight feet it’s easy to miscalculate your lung time if unwedging the anchor takes longer than expected.

  • [10] April 23, 2016 at 3:37am

    Radical jihadi’s that were radicalized over 20 years in the making.

    Like I said, you could see the writing on the wall in the 90′s that the middle east was going even more hardcore radical in the next generation – and it has.

    Why is there instability in the ME?
    Generations of a radicalized populace.

    Who is responsible for the instability?

  • [4] April 23, 2016 at 2:45am

    Going into Iraq never involved 9/11.

    It was about a madman in the middle east.

    Any analyst in 2002 could see the middle east going radical. Essentially, could picture the “Arab Spring” and the rise of an element like ISIS.

    Frankly, I’m glad Sadam Hussein isn’t in the mix right now in the middle east. 2016 would look even worse than it does if Sadam Hussein was still around.

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