User Profile: KevINtampa

KevINtampa

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  • [3] February 11, 2016 at 4:44am

    LMAO.
    Trumpets pay attention for 6 months and off of that they find Trump consistent.

    So what about his previous stance on abortion?
    What about his previous stance on tax policy?
    What about his previous stance on healthcare?
    What about his previous stance on the “assault rifle” ban?

    But none of that matters because he’s been consistently pumping empty nationalist rhetoric for the past 6 months.

    Vote Trump 2016

  • [3] February 11, 2016 at 4:33am

    Here’s the logic of the left on display:

    A fetus born with a deformity is a tragedy, a burden, and a curse on the parent and society as a whole; but a fetus never born, healthy or deformed, that’s merely a matter of choice that more minorities need to be influenced into thinking is an OK choice to make.

  • [2] February 10, 2016 at 5:51am

    Stop referring to these subverters of liberty and the free press as journalists.

    Mike Allen and Marc Ambinder are propagandists.

  • [14] February 8, 2016 at 10:28pm

    And the Trumpet excuse in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…
    Trump didn’t call Cruz that, he merely insinuated it; he just repeated what she said.
    Just like Trump didn’t say that he could shoot someone in cold blodd and the Trumpets would still support him; Trump simply said that’s what others say.
    Trump didn’t stump for Hillary so hard because he likes her, he simply knew that giving her hundreds of thousands of dollars and a seat at his wedding would give him a leg up in the crony capitalist system he helps by directly financing it.
    I’m voting Trump because I like the way he can influence people to make excuses for his absolutely progressive policies.
    Trump 2016
    Sincerely,
    TrumpetInTampa
    People call me Trumpet for short.

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  • February 8, 2016 at 5:30pm

    I think he’s sticking around because he’s aware of some dirt that hasn’t dropped yet.

  • [51] February 7, 2016 at 9:14pm

    It seems the pro baby murderers now are completely against ultrasounds altogether.

    They sure are a backwards lot.

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  • February 7, 2016 at 1:48am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHYiyv68q2o

    LMAO, I went back and read the click bait again. I guess I’ve become immune to the Blaze’s over the top “look, quick look over here” publishing style.

    But after re-reading it, yes, I can easily see where you thought that.

  • [-1] February 7, 2016 at 1:42am

    Did it on purpose???

    Yeah, like they knew Carson was going to ice up.

    Cruz handled it well though.

    Never go full retard. Even Sean Penn figured that out…
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6WHBO_Qc-Q

  • [18] February 7, 2016 at 1:38am

    As recent as 1/31/16 Trump has said he supports a single payer system, except of course for the uber rich:

    Trump Insists on Single-Payer, Universal Healthcare System
    http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/trump-heart-healthcare-everybody/2016/01/31/id/712069/

    *Note
    Newsmax.com has donated $200,000 to the Donald Trump campaign.
    Newsmax Media $201,073
    http://presidential-candidates.insidegov.com/l/70/Donald-Trump

  • [22] February 7, 2016 at 1:33am

    Freddy’s son, Fred III, spoke at the funeral, and that night, his wife went into labor with their son, who developed seizures that led to cerebral palsy. The Trump family promised that it would take care of the medical bills.

    Then came the unveiling of Fred Sr.’s will, which Donald had helped draft. It divided the bulk of the inheritance, at least $20 million, among his children and their descendants, “other than my son Fred C. Trump Jr.”

    Freddy’s children sued, claiming that an earlier version of the will had entitled them to their father’s share of the estate, but that Donald and his siblings had used “undue influence” over their grandfather, who had dementia, to cut them out.

    A week later, Mr. Trump retaliated by withdrawing the medical benefits critical to his nephew’s infant child.

    “I was angry because they sued,” he explained during last week’s interview.

    At the time, he attributed their exclusion from the will to his father’s “tremendous dislike” for Freddy’s ex-wife, Linda. She and Fred III declined to comment on the dispute.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/03/us/politics/for-donald-trump-lessons-from-a-brothers-suffering.html?_r=3

    Wow. That’s telling. But Trumpets are more concerned with the Cruz campaign stating an obvious eventuality – that Carson doesn’t have a chance.

  • February 6, 2016 at 7:00pm

    …so I guess I mean to say…

    The reason why we would need to force women into the fight is because we do not have enough men and women rightfully inspired to defend their country’s cause and place in the world. Why would men not want to defend their country? Maybe because too many men look at their country and do not find it in righteous standing or perhaps worse, the men of the country no longer really know what their country stands for.

    Nazi Germany didn’t fail because the German’s were less advanced or their numbers were lower. Nazi Germany lost because fascism didn’t evoke the inspiration to preserve itself in its people as greatly as love of God and freedom did in the hearts of the allies, namely the Americans. A people fights harder, and never loses, when it’s on the right side of God. I guess I should stipulate that by “God” I mean that belief that there are things greater than oneself that are worth sacrificing everything to preserve.

  • February 6, 2016 at 6:45pm

    Frost, I too will be blunt, a society that forces its women to defend it’s values is a society I would like to see fail.

    A society that celebrates sodomy, the taking of human life before it has a chance to levy its first choice, a constant taking from Peter to pay Paul, persecutes the Godly, and forces it’s women to defend such a monstrosity isn’t a society I would fight to defend; it’s a society that I would sacrifice everything to see an end to it regardless of the colors on its flag. That, at least to me, is why America is in such peril. As a country we used to fight to end such immoralities, which is why we always came out on top. I truly hope this country isn’t now finding itself defending such ugliness, because these are not causes that inspire the human soul to do what’s necessary to preserve itself. History proves that. Society’s on that side of the coin burn in epic, even biblical, manner.

  • [-1] February 6, 2016 at 6:27pm

    According to science, life on Earth was created because of the bonding nature of the carbon molecule. So what created the carbon molecule? And when you tell me what created the carbon molecule, tell me what created that…

    Fact is, with religion or science, one can use their entire life contemplating the answer to the above question; and waste their entire life. So do I place 100% belief that the world was created in 7 days by a white bearded being, nope. Do I place 100% belief that mankind developed it’s humanity over several billion years going from pond scum to what we are today? Nope. Therefore, I cannot say I have faith in either. I can be happy knowing that. And so long as I lead a life that helps rather that hurts people, I find I can be content and do something productive with my life today. And to me, that’s why I’m here; and really, that’s all I have 100% belief in and therefore I suppose it’s my only one true faith. But I do also subscribe to the philosophy of to each their own. If you want to believe a philosophy set against itself as science is, great. If you want to believe in a God that says you a here to serve and be a betterment to your fellow man, even better.

  • [-1] February 6, 2016 at 6:25pm

    City-zen, that’s a great way to see, we think alike.

  • February 6, 2016 at 6:09pm

    Fact, I’m an atheist.

    By my own nature it seems I lack faith.

    Mostly, I lack faith in scientists.

    Time after time they have proven themselves to be mistaken; after all isn’t that the goal of science?

    Oh, I do no believe that those that subscribe to anthropogenic climate change are atheists. They have their God, they just don’t refer to it as God. But they do place faith in something they can not see, taste, feel, hear, or smell. Their philosophy is no different then our ancestors that chucked virgins into a volcano to stave off floods or demanded the tribe dance to stave off drought.

    The same goes with evolution. Fact is, even if the “missing link” is ever said to be the “discovered link” one would have to place faith that it isn’t simply anecdotal evidence.

    Now do I believe that mankind isn’t stagnate? Of course, because I can see that while I have similarities to my parents, I am not parents. If you want to call that evolution, fine. But to say that mankind developed self awareness knowledge and a sense of morality by evolving from a chimp into something similar to what we are today, I do not have faith in that.

    That said, I am far happier in a room full of Christians than a room full of so called atheists, which is why I go to church. Christians have a far more developed philosophy on morality, conscience, and sense humility than 99% of the atheists that supposedly have no faith but believe every word in this month’s Science Digest or Richard Dawkins’ last rag.

  • February 6, 2016 at 5:33pm

    Mons Venus because Joe Redner is the Donald Trump of Tampa?

    http://www.democracyforamerica.com/campaigns/2498-joe-redner-for-hillsborough-county-commission-district-5?lastmod=2012-11-20+11%3A44%3A46+-0500

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtY3AM04okY

  • [9] February 5, 2016 at 5:58pm

    I think McMahon Said it best.

    Ladies and gentelmen, the next President of the United States of America!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVeVcVBW_CE&feature=youtu.be&t=5m
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZ1L013k5Hw
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGUNPMPrxvA

    Trump 2016!

  • [8] February 5, 2016 at 5:44pm

    You had your break today in the middle of your 12 hour shift, it was called lunch.

    At some point the millions of victims sitting in a publicly paid for home, eating publicly paid for Doritos, and waiting for their publicly paid for phone to ring so they can complain to someone about how unfair it is that people won’t give them a raise to sit at home and eat Doritos need a break.

    So stop being lazy, get back to work, and pay for their break.

  • [53] February 5, 2016 at 4:58am

    Freddy’s son, Fred III, spoke at the funeral, and that night, his wife went into labor with their son, who developed seizures that led to cerebral palsy. The Trump family promised that it would take care of the medical bills.

    Then came the unveiling of Fred Sr.’s will, which Donald had helped draft. It divided the bulk of the inheritance, at least $20 million, among his children and their descendants, “other than my son Fred C. Trump Jr.”

    Freddy’s children sued, claiming that an earlier version of the will had entitled them to their father’s share of the estate, but that Donald and his siblings had used “undue influence” over their grandfather, who had dementia, to cut them out.

    A week later, Mr. Trump retaliated by withdrawing the medical benefits critical to his nephew’s infant child.

    “I was angry because they sued,” he explained during last week’s interview.

    At the time, he attributed their exclusion from the will to his father’s “tremendous dislike” for Freddy’s ex-wife, Linda. She and Fred III declined to comment on the dispute.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/03/us/politics/for-donald-trump-lessons-from-a-brothers-suffering.html?_r=3

    Wow. That’s telling. I guess that’s why he wants universal healthcare. He knows what it’s like to pull the rug out from under someone. What a vindictive little man he showed himself to be here.

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  • [-1] February 3, 2016 at 4:04pm

    Name me evidence of any species making the leap to become another species.

    Not just monkey to man. Hard evidence of a rabbit becoming a chicken. A fish becoming a bat. A dolphin becoming a hedgehog.

    The theory that all life on the planet at one point crawled out of our oceans and on to land is not a fact, it is in fact a theory. A theory that some place faith in and others do not. Belief in evolution requires faith, and to subscribe faith in the theory is no different than placing faith in any other religion.

    In today’s vernacular scientist is nothing but another word for priest.

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