User Profile: Marnin

Marnin

Member Since: December 07, 2010

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  • [2] April 30, 2016 at 2:08am

    I don’t shop at target, and don’t agree with their policy so it is pretty irrelevant to me, but look at the economics in general, Obama will be the first president in history to never pass 3% GDP in any year of his presidency and the market is propped up by the fact that we continue to print money, which makes everything we own worth less and cost more. Even gold and silver have been leaping in recent days with gold over 1300 again and silver over 17 for the first time in a couple of years.

    This madness has got to stop, and either we shrink the bloated federal machine or we spiral into complete decay. People don’t understand and most have never even heard of the Weimar republic and we are following right in their footsteps thanks to the Obama economic policies.

  • [11] April 29, 2016 at 9:38pm

    @v – right after he tells his supporters to punch them in the face and he will pay their legal bills?

  • [80] April 29, 2016 at 7:24pm

    If the tables were turned, would Trump show the same class? Nope he would egg them on. The difference between populism and principle.

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  • [5] April 29, 2016 at 6:09pm

    If Trump is a true outsider, how come his entire campaign is being run by washington cartel lobbyists and insiders at this point?

  • [23] April 29, 2016 at 6:04pm

    Mike Pence finally gets a spine and endorses Cruz, and it is a side note at the end of a poll article, not a headline? And Trumpsters think this site is biased to Cruz and against trump…

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  • April 29, 2016 at 4:13pm

    @deca – it isn’t that simple, but of course, as a Trumpster, nothing is for you other than following your cult leader’s talking points and commands. Fiorina was up by 5 points through most of the election until Gloria Alred, the far left lawyer found an ex-housekeeper who was an illegal alien and had it plastered all over. It was found out that this person was not only not hired by Carly, but she specifically told the cleaning company that sent her NOT to send anyone that was illegal and they were responsible for vetting her.

    The liberal media in CA ran all over with the accusation and never covered the followup that Fiorina was unaware that this person was illegal and had no way of knowing. She went down 10% in the polls and with less than a month until the election and media fueling everything she never came back.

    That said, Fiorina isn’t being elected by all of CA, she is part of the republican ticket to get delegates to the convention. She is very popular among the republicans, and she came very close to unseating a 30 year incumbent senator in a heavily blue state.

  • [2] April 28, 2016 at 8:56pm

    Hillary is no feminist, so she must be referring to how much Cruz respects women and treats them well. I guess that will make hillary the misogynist. I can believe that. Wonder what Huma thinks!

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  • [8] April 28, 2016 at 2:40pm

    “Your attitude reflects your guy’s problems (Cruz) – obstinate and divisive. People don’t respond well to insults and negativity. It just doesn’t work. It turns people against you. We need a forceful leader, not a sniveling dirty cheat”

    Haha – do you even read what you post? People don’t respond well to insults and negativity, then you turn around and call Cruz a sniveling dirty cheat? Nice unity there!

    Trump cannot challenge cruz on substance so all he does is personal attacks, just like he is done with everyone else, Little Marco, Lyin’ Ted, Low-Energy jeb, and on and on…you lemmings just march right to his beat, chastise others for “being negative” then turn around and continue your personal attacks. This is why 40% of republicans have said they will never vote for Trump.

  • [7] April 28, 2016 at 2:38pm

    “Your attitude reflects your guy’s problems (Cruz) – obstinate and divisive. People don’t respond well to insults and negativity. It just doesn’t work. It turns people against you. We need a forceful leader, not a sniveling dirty cheat”

    Haha – do you even read what you post? People don’t respond well to insults and negativity, then you turn around and call Cruz a sniveling dirty cheat? Nice unity there!

  • April 28, 2016 at 2:32pm

    “Cruz brought about the government shutdown to boost his own name identification, all while costing taxpayers millions of dollars”

    So, by shutting its doors, it cost the taxpayers millions? I can’t even imagine the billions it must have cost if they had stayed open and would therefore be a net gain, then.

    Not to mention a single senator doesn’t have the power to shut down the entire government (which actually means only 15% of the machine which are considered non-essential– same thing that happens every weekend)

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  • [9] April 28, 2016 at 2:29pm

    Again, just like Drumph, acolytes such as King and Boehner cannot challenge Cruz on any substantive level so just like Herr Drumph, they use progressive alinskyite tactics to marginalize and isolate rather than challenge the substance of any of Cruz’ positions.

  • [57] April 28, 2016 at 1:03pm

    Just another one of his drunken hallucinations. Cruz came out today and said he had only even met Boehner once or twice and would be surprised if he had ever even spoken 50 words to the oompa loompa (my paraphrasing about the orange man). He has never worked with him on anything in his life. Apparently Boehner and Drumph are more than just golfing and texting buddies as they seem to hang out at the same terrible tanning salon.

    This is Trump’s anti-establishmentism, huh?

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  • [2] April 27, 2016 at 3:46pm

    Even after IN, if Ted was close in CA before, this move likely puts him over the top and actually lowers the significance of IN other than momentum viewing if not actual delegates. Cruz should grab a substantial majority of CA now, she is quite popular in CA

  • [16] April 27, 2016 at 3:43pm

    Think of it this way. After winning 5 meaningless blue states, the entire media and trump narrative is that he is the “presumptive nominee”. This changes the narrative back to Cruz and Indiana and also aside from the organization he already has and the slate of delegates in CA where is only behind by 8-10 in most polls, and would likely catch up when he focuses on it, this also gives him a strong tie to a popular person in CA. It could also change dynamics in OR and NM where he decided not to campaign just because they now know more about where he is going.

    This gives him time in the media cycle to blunt all of the Trump B.S.

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  • [6] April 27, 2016 at 3:40pm

    I see your “yea let’s bring everyone together now” stance lasted for all of about 4 hours. Just can’t help yourself bashing Cruz and thereby insulting those who support him, huh?

  • [6] April 27, 2016 at 3:37pm

    FA – Trip has never once posted a factual reason to support Trump or anything substantive, nor has he ever done anything but abuse and be rude to Cruz supporters (so much for trying for unity, huh)?.

    Why would you expect him to suddenly be telling the truth now? I would be shocked if
    any of the following were actually true:
    A) his parents actually lived in IN
    B) they had Trump B.S. all over their lawn
    C) They actually have a 20 foot flagpole with Trump flag on it
    and
    D) if C were true, every hoosier neighbor weren’t complaining.

  • [24] April 27, 2016 at 3:24pm

    Great move by Cruz to blunt the “presumptive nominee” narrative being pushed by Trump, Fox, and much of the rest of the media after 5 meaningless wins in liberal states that won’t be voting Red in November anyway.

    Fiorina is also very popular in CA and along with organization he already has will make a huge difference in CA. She barely lost to 30 year incumbent Boxer because of a lie about her housekeeper put out by far left Gloria Alred, and is well liked by Republicans in CA.

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  • [4] April 27, 2016 at 3:08pm

    I’ll be right up there with those that think that Trump’s foreign policy is a joke and will be a shambles, but Josh Earnest and Barack Obama have no room to criticize anyone else when you see their track record.

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  • April 27, 2016 at 2:49pm

    Yep, I know what nationalism is:

    noun
    1. spirit or aspirations common to the whole of a nation.

    I believe (as did the founders) in personal liberty. that is why they formed a federalist government rather than a nationalist government.

    Nationalism is just a step on the ladder to socialism, totalitarianism, communism.

  • April 27, 2016 at 2:28pm

    Trump is not the presumptive nominee at this point, no matter what he and fox news says. If you truly are conservative, I am trying to help you see the folly of your ways before it is too late and we have gone over the edge with Trump as the nominee.

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