User Profile: Lordchamp


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  • [21] July 19, 2014 at 12:02pm

    Once more people do this and see how it POSITIVELY affects their business it will become the norm.

    No crime in those places unlike the “gun free” crime zones like the public indoctrination centers called public schools.

  • [7] July 18, 2014 at 8:53pm

    I agree wiht WHAT he is doing but disagreed with the HOW and WHEN he is doing it. If he said when the border is closed we will do this and this for the kids, I would support him 100%. Until then he is only adding to the problem and is no different than the feral government with their give-aways drawing people in.

    Yes, I think his intentions are good but as the old saying goes there are people in hell with good intentions. In other words, good intentions are not enough, in this situation, common sense is also needed.

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  • [6] July 18, 2014 at 8:49pm

    Where is the Red Cross if this is such a “crisis”?

    What I meant by steward was not in agreement with what Dana said but that yes we are SUPPOSED to be good stewards and I don’t think this IS being a good steward until the process is corrected.

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  • [8] July 18, 2014 at 8:43pm

    Exactly!! Good Stewards!!

    Lock down the border THEN take care of the ones here so that you don’t add to the problem of being a magnet for more. The cart is before the horse. Until the border is locked down totally there is not enough private charity to do the job. There’s not enough feral government tax money to do the job either.

    It could be locked down in less than a week IF the governors really wanted them closed. Nothing will happen to the kids in that period of time. THEN feel free to give them all you want on their way home and I would support you in your effort then but not until you get the process right.

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  • July 17, 2014 at 8:06pm

    And Texas says here’s a finger to help you sign some more then the ignoring of the traitor begins.

  • [1] July 17, 2014 at 8:03pm

    You’ve been Gov for how long now?

    If a hurricane had hit the State I bet you would take immediate action without all the talk.

    So what’s that problem? Or do you not really WANT the border sealed? Actions speak louder than words.


  • [3] July 17, 2014 at 6:27pm

    If obama pays he owns. That’s the point, the STATE needs the control. What is this already costing the State? I dare say it would be less if the flow was stopped by the Guard.

    If they have not seen how bumbling he is already they probably won’t and the damage to OUR Country continues in the mean time.

  • [14] July 17, 2014 at 5:43pm

    I know there are some Texans who are on here. Why in the world are you not SCREAMING at your governor to call out the Guard? He does still command them but I guess he forgot that since the king didn’t give him permission.

    That is all this situation would take. He puts the Guard at the Texas border and says no one in or out.

    The feral gov. goes ballistic and then receives the finger from Texas who then ignores what the feds say just like they ignore us.

    The invasion moves to the other border States and those Gov’s are forced to make the decision to leave their borders open or call out their own Guard. My bet is they call the Guard.

    All border States continue to give the finger and ignore the feral gov. Situation solved.

    All it would take is for Perry to grow a pair. He is the key to this. That’s IF he really wants the border sealed which by his actions (talk and no action), he doesn’t.

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  • [10] July 17, 2014 at 5:27pm

    This is not going to stop until We The People put a stop to it. Not by giving them more reason to come here but by going to the border and stopping the invasion ourselves.

    The feral govenment is going to do nothing, they have proven that for years now so why should we expect that to change.

    If you want to fund something, THAT is something worthwhile Glenn. Fund citizens to go close the border ourselves.

  • [45] July 16, 2014 at 6:59pm

    Not the State’s place to do anything about this. There was NO harm to the child so no crime committed. This crap of arresting people for what MIGHT happen has got to stop.

    If the story is true as printed, this woman should NEVER have been arrested and charged. Investigated, yes. Maybe cautioned.

    DSS does NOT generally have the best interest of the child in mind. Their main function is to continue to exist and keep their jobs. So if they don’t have kids to “protect” they are out of jobs. I speak from personal experience. There is very little intelligent life at SC DSS when it comes to children and ZERO common sense.

    Children do NOT belong to the State.

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  • [2] July 16, 2014 at 4:11pm

    Doesn’t matter what you want or think or even IF it were a failure of democracy. It’s the law, remember the law? The Constitution? Change it if you want our guns and that’s not gonna happen.

    We’re not a democracy either by the way. Idiot.

  • [6] July 16, 2014 at 3:59pm

    Ted and Glenn and others, got a suggestion to solve this problem.

    Put out a call for people to come and guard the border. How many people joined you in Washington Glenn? Think that number could seal the border?

    The two of you provide the resources to feed and water the people that come.

    I bet you could get several thousand to tens of thousands of people that would volunteer their time to do that. I WOULD if I knew I had the resources there to support me since I couldn’t provide them myself.

    What are the feds gonna do, arrest us all? I think not.

    Now THAT would be a good use of your tremendous resources and it would be a WE THE PEOPLE solution to the problem of this invasion of OUR Country.

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  • [1] July 16, 2014 at 2:56pm

    Heck, I would even vote for Grahamnesty in SC if here were to hit that 70% mark. That’s a big step too as the physical nausea would be overwhelming when I did.

  • [4] July 16, 2014 at 2:03pm

    How could we have ever guessed they would need more money?

    Just give the Vets 100% paid for cards to go to already established private healthcare facilities and get the Fed out of the healthcare business totally. They have already proven they can’t handle that job and why duplicate services that are already available, most likely cheaper.

    Shut the VA down, save money, and give the VETS better healthcare. Everyone wins but especially the VETS.

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  • [3] July 16, 2014 at 1:53pm

    CHOOSING not to vote for someone IS voting. It makes a statement just like voting FOR someone does. You are making a conscious decision about the candidates that are running so you are involved in the voting process actively.

    It’s IGNORING the voting process that is wrong.

    At what point do you stand on your pricinples? That is a choice we each have to make individually. Yes, it can be painful but putting it of does not make the pain go away.

    We’ve seen for decades now the result of voting for moderates and where it has gotten us so why would we think it would help us to continue to do so?

    I would rather have the enemy I know than the enemy that pretends to be my friend then stabs me in the back when I’m not watching.

  • [3] July 16, 2014 at 12:34pm

    Reading the heading immediately brings one question.


    Then many others:
    1. What reason is there to vote for a moderate?
    2. How have they shown us they will do ANYTHING for this Country other than what is already happening? They haven’t even tried to stand up while they were the minority.
    3. So what difference does it make who is in power if the result is going to be the same?

    Basically, what have they done to EARN our votes and support? NOTHING!!

    I more and more arriving at the state of mind that the only way to wake Americans up is to let them hurt. Let the Dems go full bore and take the rest of the freedoms we still have. It’s evidently going to take a direct slap in everyone’s face to wake them up and get them REALLY involved. Having gun control passed, amnesty passed, etc, etc, etc. Would that wake the masses up and get them to do something finally?

    Worth thinking about because the moderates are NOT going to do anything major to rock the boat. Most certainly not anything that will truly help us long term like shrinking the feral government by 50% or more. In fact my bet would be that it would actually GROW if we controlled both houses and the presidency.

    So WHY should we do this again?

  • [41] July 15, 2014 at 9:14pm

    If they can pick and choose which laws to obey just by saying the law doesn’t apply to them, why can’t we? The president has set the precedent.

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  • July 15, 2014 at 9:04pm

    Our Constitution is based on natural law. Laws of nature that have been in existence since man came into being.

    Some of those laws state that all men are created equal. They do not state equal outcome. As with anything concerning humans we do not apply those laws perfectly and never will but the Constitution is the most perfect attempt to date. WE have failed it, not the other way around. It hasn’t been applied as written for decades now.

    As to Jefferson and slaves, he wanted slavery abolished and fought for that as did Washington and others. They owned slaves because the laws of the times prevented them from freeing the slaves. Washington was able to skirt State law at the time of his death and free his but the laws had stiffened by the time of Jefferson’s death and he could not do the same.

    So say our Constitution is a failure because of such is very shallow thinking since it is not based on that one situation.

    I think you might want to read some real history of the Founders. Many of them were very poor would not be consider “aristocrats” by any stretch of the imagination.

    However, I think the truth does not impress you and would not change your mind in the least.

    I’m very curious as to why you are still in this Country and have not migrated to a socialist or communist country of your choice since all of them are so successful and the inhabitants are so happy.

  • July 15, 2014 at 7:18pm

    I’m willing.

    I would gladly join with the Guard to go and close the border to all traffic in or out right now.

    That’s the solution. Anything less is worthless.

    That takes care of having to worry about adding to the problem by enticing more to come too.

    So you willing to join me in the solution Mark? Glenn?

  • [5] July 15, 2014 at 7:13pm

    The HUGE difference is Ellis Island was LEGAL immigration. LEGAL!!!

    This is an ILLEGAL invasion of a sovereign nation. Planned and supported by foreign countries.

    Did they all come here naked all the way across Mexico? Then why do they need clothes?

    All the pictures I have seen show very well fed, healthy people. Not skinny starving masses. These are NOT refugees fleeing a war torn area. These are people that have paid to get here.

    If you want to support and help them then by all means do so. I’m sure there are many charities located in the countries these illegal aliens come from that will accept whatever you want to give.

    You do realize that processing takes 2-3 years, right? Are you willing to support them for that long?

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