Cuban is a petty and jealous fool. He lucked out in the dotcom bubble and actually thinks he’s something other than just damned lucky.
 May 20, 2016 at 11:34pm
Cuban always struck me as human excrement. Now I know why.
 May 20, 2016 at 6:14pm
You’re quite right. I’ve voted libertarian in other presidential elections, but there’s no way I’m willing to let Hillary get anywhere near the oval office. A vote for an affable, philosophically correct Johnson–who has no chance to win–is tacitly endorsing the most evil and corrupt person to ever approach the office in Hitllary! I’m all Trump 2016, and real pragmatic libertarians know what the stakes are in this election.
My views fall in line with libertarian as well. That is why I read the libertarian website's. The libertarians are united behind Trump for sure. This election is to important to stay home or vote third party.
I am replying the following every time I see this “A vote for…” argument:
A vote for trump over hillary is a defensive vote at best.
America is becoming a land of wussies. If we don’t have the balls to vote offensively, then we certainly don’t have the balls to stand up in arms against the government. Whats the point of the second amendment again? The framers would be so ashamed… “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.” –Benjamin Franklin
I’m not sure whats going to happen in November, but I’m not going to run with the rest of the stampede off a cliff just so I can avoid getting trampled.
I was truly impressed – Trump basically said “Up yours, I don’t have to be accountable to anyone.” Stephy needed to be reminded that liberals are not to be held accountable.
They never admit anything they are ideologues and policy wonks. Trump doesn't fit into their nice little box so they are out to destroy him regardless of the fact that means a Hillary presidency.
They are scum.
May 12, 2016 at 3:55pm
Stay with me, Short Bus. I want Trump/DeMInt, but it will be Trump/Gingrich.
 May 12, 2016 at 3:51pm
So if Ryan is so serious in his conservatism, Trump, Ryan, & McConnell should make a contract with America v 2.0 in which they all agree:
1. TERM LIMITS: Senators 2 Term Maximum, Congress 4 Term Maximum, and upon completion they are barred from any lobbying activity, and must return to their district for a five year cooling-off period before they can step foot in D.C. or have any contact with an elected official or federal employee. (There are non-compete agreements in the private sector all the time–this is their equivalent.)
Absolutely agree with term limits but would like to take it even a step further. I think we might be at a point where we can keep our representatives at home with the wonders of technology. That would disassemble K street and force special interests to travel all over the country to exert influence. It would cost literally a fortune. Think about the jobs that would be created across the nation....just to lobby. Representative and Senator pay to be set by the state serving not by the hole that is D.C.