User Profile: Lordchamp


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  • [4] April 10, 2016 at 3:05pm

    Who runs the polls? The same people who don’t want Trump and do want hillary.

    This is not a normal election cycle, many people are much more awake AND angry at the political establishment.

    Polling is all over the place which is just an attempt to manipulate the voters but many are not paying attention to them now. We know they are rigged as is most of the media about any candidate. Most polls in this cycle are agenda polls which only show the results of the agenda behind the poll, not the overall voter sentiment.

    What few polls that have been done in the area of swing voters show many independents and blue collar democrats voting for Trump, not hillary. This is the same thing that happened to Reagan against carter and gave him a landslide victory. The media will never acknowledge this is happening but it is.

    It is also seen with sanders doing so well against her. Many sanders voters will never vote for hillary and some will vote for Trump giving him an even broader base to pull from.

    That he can’t or won’t win in the general election is a farce of the MSM media, which now includes theblaze.

    He currently has the broadest base for any candidate in the race to draw from and he hasn’t even begun targeting that for the general election yet. It will only grow from this point.

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  • [-3] April 7, 2016 at 11:59pm

    It’s all about the money. Deny it all you want but they own him. It’s how DC works and cruz is part of DC. He’s not an outsider. He’s right in the middle of it.

    It’s all right there in black and white. The same people supporting bush, romney, mccain, mcconnel, and many others are supporting cruz with their money.

    You really think they want nothing in return? REALLY?

    Don’t take my word for it. Go read the public records.

    Same rino money. Same rino people. You get the same rino results.

    That’s all they care about. Continuing the status quo. If cruz were to win, he is now committed to the status quo by accepting their money.

    I know the truth hurts but it is the truth none the less. He’s just an establishment politician.

  • [-4] April 7, 2016 at 11:41pm

    What he is talking about though is not what you think. Mcconnell promised to include the extension of the export bank in the bill and he didn’t. THAT is what cruz was upset about. NOT the TPP/TPA bill.

    Ryan and Cruz were behind the bill so why would he be upset about that?

    Notice the authors of that document. Ryan and cruz.

    Cruz was for tpp/tpa until it became politically unpopular, then he used the situation with mcconnell to try to walk back his support.

    The proof and facts are out there if people only take a little time to look.

    Most just don’t want to know the truth since it will crush their hopes of cruz as the savior. He’s not. He’s a politician just like the rest in DC. He’s not an outsider by any stretch. He’s right in the middle of the establishment and now their pacs are all supporting him. They own him now.

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  • [-9] April 7, 2016 at 11:32pm

    Boy someone is really full of kool-aid tonight.

    You might want to go read some of the federal election commission filings for who is behind and supporting your boy.

    Not quite the truth telling going on that you think there is.

    He’s a politician pure and simple and he will say or do whatever it takes to get elected.

    He’s as much in the pocket of the money people as anyone else in the political establishment. To think any less is naive.

    He owes them and they WILL collect if given the chance. He will do their bidding no matter what words come out of his mouth.

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  • [-3] April 7, 2016 at 11:27pm

    This coming from the man who is taking money from a superpac run by mcconnell’s own lawyer. Go check the federal election filing records. The pac is stand for truth and his name is Eric Lycan. Lycan was mcconnell’s lawyer during his reelection run against Matt Bevin.

    There is no need for cruz to apologize toe mcconnell, he’s already doing mcconnell’s bidding. All you have to do is follow the money. The number of rino pac’s lined up behind cruz now boggles the mind.

    For anyone to say he’s not bought and paid for now is beyond ridiculous. Just go check the FEC filings.

    No lobby money. Yeah right. He’s a politician.

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  • [1] April 5, 2016 at 9:10pm

    Two questions.

    What has Trump done to lose 20 points nationally? Nothing

    What has cruz done to gain 20 points nationally? Nothing

    Even with the so call “bad” week for Trump he did nothing to lose 20 points.

    Cruz has hardly even been in the news so he most certainly has not done something to warrant a 20 point increase.

    Actually this was done on 3/28 so even before the Trump “bad” week so that makes it even more evident it’s yet another manipulated agenda poll.

    MSM lies yet again, pure and simple.

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  • [9] March 30, 2016 at 2:12am

    Levin just a paid shill like the rest of them, beck, barton, erickson, shapiro, and many more “conservative” voices. Conservative meaning they toe the line of their owners with the money.

  • [-1] February 22, 2016 at 8:15pm

    ROFL…Not much for real history are you. There is no similarity at all except in you own very vivid imagination.

  • [-1] February 22, 2016 at 8:13pm

    Just who is the “second” man that has any remote chance?

    Who is this new candidate you want to enter the race because he is not currently in it.

    At the current time, no candidate except Trump, has any reasonable pathway to the nomination, most certainly not Cruz who couldn’t even win a single COUNTY in a strongly evangelical state.

    So just who is this new miraculous candidate you speak of?

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  • [1] February 22, 2016 at 8:06pm

    He’s more fake that any of the existing “politicians” that are running? ROFL Take about being naive.

  • [2] February 22, 2016 at 8:05pm

    Then you need to go and look up Nixon’s accomplishments as president other than the watergate he is remembered for.

    He actually was one of the most brilliant presidents in history and has a line of political accomplishments that makes most other presidential resumes insignificant.

    Whether you agree with or like him, he was extremely effective as president.

    So to compare Trump to him would actually be a compliment if you are looking for a president to work with others and accomplish something.

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  • [1] February 22, 2016 at 8:01pm

    Then it is up to us to stop him just like it was up to us to stop obama and we haven’t.

    At least, Trump is the unknown, we already know where all the others will take us, and yes that includes Cruz.

    Either way we will be no worse off.

    The comparison between Trump and Hitler is also totally unrealistic in historical context. Hitler’s situation is no where similar to Trumps no matter how some would like to frame it that way.

    Totally different political system. Even though they are mostly ignored, we do have some political stops in place to prevent a Hitler in this Country. At least one happening within the terms of a single president.

    Also, the anger that is going to put Trump in office will quickly be turned against him if he does not do what he says he will or at least make a strong attempt.

    He also has to much ego to allow a failure of that magnitude I think, so he will have to follow through.

  • [4] February 22, 2016 at 7:52pm

    No Dana, I ask myself why hasn’t anyone else stood up to the money that has been buying our elections for decades now and exposed them and who they really support and with how much. Knowing that information show you who the candidate will be answering to if elected.

    Think about what these people have spent just so far in this ridiculous election to attempt to stop the candidate most people want.

    They could have given EVERY family in America ONE MILLION dollars and still have money left over to run a campaign like Trump has.

    Stop and let that sink in.

    Our political system as it stands is a crime against us all.

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  • [1] February 19, 2016 at 1:26pm

    Romney led only because the MEDIA SAID he did. The people were ALWAYS saying no.

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  • [-2] February 19, 2016 at 1:23pm

    Well we certainly know all the other candidates would because they ALL already have used their offices for their own benefit, so at least there is a chance Trump wouldn’t follow their lead since he is untested in political office at this time.

    To believe ANY politician today is not using his or her office for personal benefit is beyond naive.

    So what really is your point. If he did he would just be like the rest them so we would be no worse off and possibly better.

  • [3] February 19, 2016 at 1:17pm

    You have got to be kidding me Blaze. You would really promote THIS poll as being anywhere close to accurate?

    This is at least the THIRD poll by this same person and the other two have already been proven to be strictly an “agenda poll” and debunked for their accuracy.

    How about at least some a modicum of journalist integrity in your bias.

    So much for the “truth lives here” huh.

    If ANYONE has gotten a slight bump in SC it would be rubio because of all the State political support this week but even that is only have a slight impact.

    This poll is merely to keep them from looking quite so ridiculous from the poll they released only a few days ago that was even more unbalanced in methodology.

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  • [2] February 18, 2016 at 5:25am

    If the death of one supreme court judge can end out Country then we’re dead already.

    Could anyone with any understanding of the Founders really believe they wrote a Constitution that could be ended by the death of one judge?

    Glen even being able to consider making that statement shows how far away from the Constitution we already are and also especially that the supreme court is one of the most unconstitutional branches.

    The judicial branch is not supposed to MAKE law, it offers opinions but those opinion are NOT law, that is reserved to the legislative branch, Congress.

    So if it is abiding by it’s Constitutionally enumerated job, how is it even remotely possible for one judges death to have that big of an affect?

    This should be a huge wakeup call to everyone that things are totally out of control with the supreme court usurping powers it was never given in the Constitution.

  • February 10, 2016 at 10:34pm

    So you support murder I can see. Bad karma’s a pain sometimes and you got some coming your way wishing for the needless death of others is sick.

  • [24] February 10, 2016 at 9:41pm

    I still ask why the rush?

    Who are these people hurting? They are not close to any populated area.

    They are not destroying the place and even if they did, what’s the real loss?

    Why the need to “end” this? They are isolated and alone.

    Heck, even if they DID happen to get away, what’s the big deal? Interfering with an officer doing something? That’s the charge against them. REALLY?

    They know where they live. They know their family. Just back off, go home, defuse the situation, and let them leave. Then pick them up later if they just have to at a time of their choosing. These are not dangerous people. They have shown no inclination to violence at all.

    NOOOOO, they have to show everyone who’s boss even if it means killing someone else.

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  • [2] February 3, 2016 at 3:23am

    Yep we’re at the point of as good as it gets. It’s all downhill from here for the US and therefore the rest of the world and it ain’t gonna be pretty.

    If you’re not already ready time has almost run out. Beans, bullets, and bandaids with some commo and skills on the side.

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