User Profile: Lord_Frostwind


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  • [1] February 14, 2016 at 1:06am

    In all fairness I have a bad feeling civil war is on the horizon no matter who wins:

    If Hillary wins all Obama’s plans will continue and eventually people will get fed up with the endless corruption and revolt.

    If Sanders wins he’s going to grind the economy to paste faster than you can say “Who is John Galt?” and without the economic engine to support it the federal government will fail, taking all the handouts with it.

    If Cruz wins the media and community organizers will drive their obedient servants into a frenzy, and at the slightest hint their gravy train has come to an end they will rebel.

    If Rubio wins, it will pretty much be the same problem as Cruz, except with the added benefit of a few million additional socialist serfs from Central and South America (seriously, why do all the Republicans think they’re closet conservatives? If you take a second and read the Mexican Constitution you’d realize that if their government wasn’t so corrupt they’d be bigger socialists than Bernie Sanders) added into the mix.

    I don’t need to say much about Trump, as I believe Glenn did a good enough job articulating that point.

    With that said, don’t expect the next Civil War to be like the first, most of the troublemakers won’t be dumb enough to take on the military and police head on. Expect them to take a page out the “Taliban/Al Qaeda/ISIS” handbooks and go with guerilla attacks on civilians and government targets. War is coming, only thing we can decide is where we’re gonna stand

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  • February 12, 2016 at 10:14am

    It will make for a nice bartering chip to pay off the Feds unbelievable debts if nothing else.

    Of course they already do such a great job of maintenance out here in my state, I won’t be surprised when the roads and other infrastructure go to pot because the Feds have different priorities. They can barely manage what they’ve got, but they’re like a glutton at a buffet, just can’t stop themselves.

  • [3] February 12, 2016 at 10:10am

    Until the next guy in power decides he doesn’t give a rats hind end about protecting the land or they have to sell it off to pay off their massive debts. Problem with handing control over to “the people” is you are then subject to the whims of Washington, and while you might think it is good for now because they’re so obsessed with environmentalism, what happens when they go all Soviet Union on “the people’s” land and use it for whatever they want?

    What the pen giveth, the pen can also take away just easily, and your complaints will be ignored in a timely manner by the nearest bureaucrat.

  • [1] February 9, 2016 at 10:52pm

    On the sliding scale of bad presidents who actually stand a chance of surviving to election day, from worst to least bad would be, Hillary Clinton the queen O corruption, Bernie Sanders an Ayn Rand villain that escaped the book, and Donald Trump, the ego centeric.

  • [2] February 5, 2016 at 11:46am

    Ooh, this could be fun, anyone else want to see how many times you can end up on the list? We could have a weekly contest on the Blaze and give out awards to whichever one of us is reported the most by the Soros drones on this website.

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  • [6] January 29, 2016 at 9:08pm

    Justice always comes eventually, and when all their lies and corruptions fail them I hope I can be there with a grin across my face.

  • [8] January 29, 2016 at 9:07pm

    It is awe inspiring how fast they can shovel up a dump truck of bull and their supporters will gobble it all down just as you notice the smell.

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  • [13] January 27, 2016 at 7:15pm

    Norway, where such wonderful ideas as raising your children to be gender neutral has been promoted. They’ve fallen a long way from their viking heritage. I’m sure they’ll be loyal servants of their future Imam.

  • [13] January 24, 2016 at 4:11pm

    “God created man, Samuel Colt made them equal.”

  • [3] January 24, 2016 at 4:07pm

    Typical SJWanker, think they’re so tough, I’m shaking in my boots, mostly from laughter mind you, but it’s the thought.

  • January 24, 2016 at 2:47am

    So true, it’s sad how much we’ve proved that show right.

  • January 24, 2016 at 2:44am

    I’m sorry but whatever method the Oscars decide a movie is worth their attention none of the movies with Black actors in the lead made the cut. One of my favorite movies of the year was Star Wars, I didn’t get all up in arms that arguably the main character was black, but that movie got snubbed so such is life. Maybe the fact that the movie was fantastic and people loved it across the globe is worth more than some statue, but that’s just my opinion.

  • January 24, 2016 at 2:37am

    Problem is nobody ever really prepares for these storms, most deaths are probably people driving in unsafe conditions. It’s a pretty impressive storm no doubt, but so were the ones last year. Just because winter is a little late doesn’t mean it won’t arrive.

  • January 22, 2016 at 2:47pm

    I don’t know, they did manage to turn the tide against Obama pretty effectively, then again a lot of that had to do with his own actions. If there was one mistake made it was that we trusted that the politicians were going to live up to their promises, the little weasels always find a way out.

    But the rumors of the Tea Party’s demise have been greatly exaggerated, and the Republican leadership is learning that the hard way with their anointed candidates falling faster than a game of Jenga. And regardless of what Beck says, Trump is not of the Republican establishment, he may carry many similar ideas, but he is utterly despised by them.

  • [1] January 22, 2016 at 2:43pm

    Well she is right, I’ve been a conservative for a long time, but there a lots of different schools of thought with conservatism. I belong to a school that is stricter socially and believes in tough enforcement of the laws, others are more libertarian and believe in significantly more personal freedoms. There’s a whole bunch of different perspectives, the most consistent belief is reducing the role of government within a law abiding citizen’s life.

    Some may be big on the ideological purity, me I’ve fought this crusade long enough to know that help is always appreciated, and if you’re willing to stand with me even if we disagree on matters, then the more the merrier. You only become a traitor in my eyes when you start openly attacking the others who your were standing by, like the Republican party leadership that has openly admitted they don’t want us and would rather side with the socialist vipers than with the people who once supported them.

  • [3] January 22, 2016 at 9:30am

    Oh please, this site started while people were still swooning over his Excellency Barack the First, most of us know that we are outnumbered but we’ve never given up.

    That said, I am concerned, I’ve been a fan of Beck since 06 and a blazer since almost the beginning, I don’t disagree with what he says, but I think he’s gone too far in attacking anyone who supports Trump, case and point saying that everything (“maybe” as if that makes any difference) the media has said about Palin is true. He knows darn well all the horrible things that have been said about her and her family and he just agreed with it without having to say it himself.

    Stand for principles and disagree on ideas sure, that’s what’s great about being conservative, but taking cheap shots and going on about ideological purity isn’t what I signed on for.

  • January 22, 2016 at 9:17am

    I know, but the other way to look at it is if somehow he gets the nomination, which I hadn’t thought of that until he started drawing then it is the question of the wolf or the vipers? I don’t want either but it may come down to that as the election choices, and people staying home last time is what gave us these last three years of Obama’s madness.

    Trump is a wolf, but he isn’t of the establishment’s pack, maybe a few will swallow their pride and align with Trump, but as Rush has also said , the rest will probably throw in with the democrats.

  • [7] January 22, 2016 at 2:04am

    And that right there is why I love Cruz. However, being fair to Trump, I don’t think he’s establishment, after all if he were a wolf in sheep’s clothing, why would the other wolves be expending staggering amounts of time, energy and money to attack him? This is an alliance of convenience at best.

    Regardless, I’m hedging my bets with Cruz, can’t wait to see how it goes in Iowa.

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  • [3] January 20, 2016 at 9:34am

    That’s why I agree with Beck, the problem is he’s going rampant against people who have been on our side since before the 08 elections. It’s one thing to disagree with someone on principles, when you start attacking them as traitors that’s a line you don’t get to walk back from, and the Blaze crew is leaning over that line. When we start eating our own over election disagreements then we won’t stand a chance against the real dangers in front of us, not just the ones that will come to a head in November, madman Obama is going full tilt and Congress has effectively surrendered any meaningful ability to resist and if we don’t stand together the next President may as well be President of the Ashes.

  • [45] January 20, 2016 at 1:10am

    This is getting out of hand, are we really going to engage in this kind of massive team fragging again? The fate of the nation is at stake and the conservatives are navel gazing on the subject of ideological purity. Palin likes Trump, Beck likes Cruz, they don’t agree, fine. but stop trying to kill each other in the process!

    I agree with Beck’s ideas, but this current course is madness, the stakes are too high to waste in this inane nonsense. Let’s leave the mud slinging to the politicians and go vote for the candidate we like best. What we really need to focus on is how we can save this nation from the catastrophic damage Obama and his ilk are continuing to inflict on us. If that isn’t stopped soon then our country won’t survive long enough to tally the results of the election.

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