Gee Vicente I don’t know, maybe we should ask the Zetas, you did such a good job protecting your people from them after all. Trump may have lost to Hillary, but be careful throwing stones in a glass house when you led a near failed state.
not being disrespectful - let me help just a bit ...I think instead of ".... when you led a near failed state.".... I think you meant to say "when you led a failed state" not near - it is a real failure.. just saying :)
September 26, 2016 at 6:45pm
Unless his name is Barack Obama then “please master come grace us with your presence,” because he literally did that what, a week ago.
 September 26, 2016 at 6:41pm
Could be fun, like a walk down the street in Iraq if the jihadis weapon of choice was a smart phone… Actually I take it back that doesn’t sound fun that sounds downright hilarious. “We’re being ambushed by people rushing out of Whole Foods, all are equipped with smart phones and they are streaming.”
“Confirm that, jam the cell network and they should wander off.”
I know I know these people are unhinged and they get dangerous real quick, but man the way some of these buttheads act, like some holy crusader but so pathetically modern, it’s like that bring back our girls idiocy, did they think it would actually work?
 September 26, 2016 at 6:31pm
“when the ship starts to sink you have the crew that’s on board, not the ones you wish were there. Make due with what you have, and make sure you have the lifeboats ready.”
 September 26, 2016 at 5:58pm
Cruz was in a bad position, if he held out against Trump then people would say he is a man who would go back on his word by not honoring his pledge. If he endorsed Trump then he is a man who would turn his back on his principles for the sake of politics. There was no winning here, merely a decision of what you honor more, at least he had the spinal fortitude to make a choice rather than fence sit like so many others.
 September 26, 2016 at 3:08pm
Just make sure police let everyone know there might be unfortunate delays responding to calls from that store, then just sit back and watch. Unfortunately most police are too noble for that kind of object lesson
 September 24, 2016 at 9:35pm
Gotcha, sorry I misunderstood.
 September 24, 2016 at 8:34pm
That deserves a rimshot.
 September 24, 2016 at 8:32pm
I have never heard of a single action semi auto, only handguns I know that come in the single action variety are revolvers, even those are becoming a lot rarer. Most guns now are double actions meaning that the pull of the trigger both ***** and the hammer and fires, but you can lock back the hammer, though that does decrease your trigger pull from 2-4 pounds to half a pound, meaning you don’t have to pull very hard to fire.
 September 24, 2016 at 8:24pm
I’m a big believer in deterrence, you want a war I’m going to keep killing you and anyone else who tries until one of you finally figures it out. I won’t stand back and let innocent people get hurt because philosophy demands it.
 September 24, 2016 at 8:22pm
Tell that to the cops killed in the line of duty. It’s already dangerous job, you gotta be some kind of fool to strip of them of their only real protection, after all whose going to be there to save them, the hordes of sheep with their mighty cell phones?
 September 24, 2016 at 12:05pm
Problem is DOJ is full of navel gazers and race baiters who have no idea how to operate actual law enforcement. They’ll make law enforcement take the kiddy glove conflict resolution BS as gospel, and it’s going to get to the point people won’t even bother calling the cops, they’ll just handle it themselves. They may be good at rioting, but once people lose faith law will protect them, they may find numbers matter little against firearms.
 September 22, 2016 at 2:32pm
Probably the same kind of people that said obamacare would produce a budget surplus. I doubt Trump could achieve spending close to Hillary’s new infrastructure slush fund, shovel ready my rear.
I am sure if Trump gets in you will see a spike in spending. After his tax cuts it will take years for the companies to reinvest and move back to America, but they won't if the tax cuts are not made right away. Same thing happened with Reagan. After a President make changes of this sort it takes years and years for those changes to show. People think its instant like a new Law. Personally this is why the Fed should not be in US financing. Just make laws and protect the country.
September 22, 2016 at 2:18pm
If she wins her side will do whatever it takes to destroy us, votes and laws be damned.
 September 21, 2016 at 3:25pm
Show me one time where that happened you overpaid tard, if you can’t then shut your lying mouth you black liars and murderers piece of trash. You loot and we’ll shoot.
Frost: I don't know about all that BUT he does seem to be a bit of an ingrate, as it were.
 September 21, 2016 at 12:08am
Always better to have and not need than need and not have.
[-2] September 20, 2016 at 11:05pm
If he’s so bad how did he crush everyone we threw at him? And don’t give me cheap excuses about the media or how voters are stupid, the first isn’t true because they weren’t duped by the Obama sycophants after a 7 year non stop barrage, the second because that means we failed utterly.
Trump voters wanted someone (anyone) to fight for them. A tough guy, alpha male type and what they voted for was a con man instead. Sad
He had help from lots and lots of democrap cross-overs during the primaries--especially those states at the beginning of the process that allowed anyone to vote in any party ballot and started to give all the crazies (Trump Humpers) hope that their crazy man could make it.
The second was exactly my point, we failed miserably. We fell for a flashy salesman with a cubic zirconia watch who used all the catchy, shallow talking points, just like Hannity, who demonstrated quickly how little he actually understood about anything he were talking about. Trump has never in his life exhibited any of the Conservative ideals his supporters so desperately attribute to him. Trump always sounded, to me, like a liberal trying to sound like a conservative; he would use the key phrases, but they appeared just slightly out of context, were ridiculously dumbed down to appeal to the lowest common denominator of Republican activists, and stirred up a voting block that had been thankfully inactive for decades. Unfortunately that voting block has so much in common with the Obama drones where it all became about cult-of-personality and hero worship, and not about an intellectual discussion where we select the best man to fill the important seat of President. They see Trump as the “strong-man” who can “fix everything” merely with the power of his will, and they believe we can just fix 100 years of encroaching Marxism with a single man and his iron fist. Our way of governance wisely does not allow for this kind of dictator, but the people don’t seem to care, and will grant the almighty Trump with whatever he wants, and our country dies because of it.
 September 20, 2016 at 10:59pm
I think Hannity is frustrated by people who think that Hillary winning is a better option. Truth be told I agree with him and Rush about that, there is no realistic scenario where Hillary holding the oval office will be better for conservatives in the long run. While I do agree with him on that point when it comes to the establishment, I’m more forgiving of people like Glenn, I get where they are coming from even if I completely disagree with them. Honestly I still continue to like both Beck and Hannity’s radio programs.
I agree with you though, that this team fragging fest needs to stop, we don’t agree on what the solution is, but that doesn’t change what we all know is the problem. Support Trump or don’t, I’m going to keep arguing that a Trump presidency is the best realistic scenario we have at this point, but if you disagree I’m not going to write you off. The one thing I will stand against is the crusades both sides have against each other of who is a “real conservative” which is just another exercise in pointlessness.
How Trump could be worse than Hillary is if he wields the office of President as recklessly as he does everything else in his reality-show career, and does something to get himself impeached or otherwise publicly shamed. His failures become the responsibility of the Republican Party and the Conservative Movement, and just like after Nixon, the right will not be able to buy a vote for a generation, and Conservative Movement will be destroyed forever.
If she wins her side will do whatever it takes to destroy us, votes and laws be damned.
 September 20, 2016 at 10:50pm
And probably neither is about 90% of the country going to even understand Locke or Kirk, so how exactly are you planning on winning with that platform? I hear a lot of talk about principles, here’s mine, I’m going to do everything I can to stop a traitor who abandoned her men for her own political gain from holding office. Trump isn’t a Ted Cruz, but he’s a lot better than what Hillary represents.
If he is a lot better... he needs to start acting like it; and his rabid fans need to start pointing out his positives, because they do not stand out on their own. This election is Trump's to lose, and he is sure looking like he wants to lose it most days.
Now that Roger Ailes is spoon-feeding Trump, he is finally staying on message and sounding less like a buffoon. But if I wanted Roger Ailes calling the shots, I would have supported HIM for president.
 September 19, 2016 at 2:50pm
Gun permit, bomb permit, same thing to the Useless Idiots of the world. If one happens to ask you which one shoots and which one you leave on the street, you should probably start running.