User Profile: Marnin

Marnin

Member Since: December 07, 2010

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  • [87] January 30, 2015 at 1:50pm

    It’s just wrong when the Canadian dollar is worth more than the U.S. dollar, the Canadian Prime Minister is more conservative than the U.S. president and the Canadian Courts uphold individual liberties more than the U.S. courts do!

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  • [3] January 26, 2015 at 9:26pm

    Biden is a joke, to be sure, but this doesn’t even rate a wobble on any scale of measurement. He has a panoply of gaffes to show from the archives. This is barely the blink of an eye.

  • January 26, 2015 at 2:19pm

    It really doesn’t matter what Obama wants here. It matters whether the new congress listen to the voters or not and whether they have any honesty at all. They can stop it very simply by not approving it. Personally, I would like to see them go farther and start rolling back much of the government land grab that has happened over the past 100 years.

    Pay off the debt, sell some land back to the states and the people! (and balance the damn budget!)

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  • [15] January 25, 2015 at 2:47pm

    Had to do the right thing because Jehovah sees everything? How about doing it just because it is the right thing to do? Doesn’t sound very moral if the only reason you returned it was due to the “fear of God”

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  • [3] January 25, 2015 at 2:08pm

    Let’s see Michael. Bush sent the troops into the “immoral” war, yet the troops overwhelmingly love him. Obama retreated and the troops overwhelmingly despise him. Of course, you would say the reason is racism, even though significant portions of the military are minorities. I see it as the fact that they see honesty and conviction and love of country in one (even if sometimes misguided), and complete dishonesty, hatred and division in the other.

  • [7] January 24, 2015 at 5:30pm

    “The cost to Texas of holding the man: $60 a day, or some $12,000 total.”

    I suspect it will end up costing them a lot more than that. Add a few zeros

  • January 23, 2015 at 9:39pm

    Yea! the more I try to avoid Google and their insipid collection o everything I have ever done they can find, the more I am dragged into them. Those of you conspiracy theorists talking about Bilderbergers and NWO? they are nothing compared to Google….

  • [4] January 21, 2015 at 11:15pm

    That is an absurd claim. He did a lot more than administrative changes in the law and he was absolutely not within his rights to do so. He literally rewrote sections of the law by delaying mandates among all the other changes. Nowhere in executive power does he have the right to do that. He has completely redefined prosecutorial discretion. It is such an imperial presidency that it is one step away from dictatorship. He flouts how much he ignores the constitution and he has openly stated how he disagrees with it because it is a “charter of negative liberties”. You try to keep coming across as a voice of sanity but you are just another left wing talking points guy that apparently believes anything they tell you without actually researching (no matter how much you say you do, there is no way you do with the comments you keep making)

  • [7] January 21, 2015 at 11:10pm

    and explain how Amnesty for 5 million illegal aliens is anything for the “betterment of the American people”? Will that make it easier for those living off of welfare and benefits to find a job or harder? hmm? How is doubling the national debt making it better? How is providing incentive not to work and 70% of all jobs created under his watch being part time jobs better? How is kicking millions of people off of their insurance so you can add 2 million uninsured to subsidized health care and 8 million to Medicaid better? I could go on and on, but you clearly will never get it.

    Go live in your bubble and enjoy the government teat Obama has provided for you and people who think like you do and just assume everything you ever wanted falls from the sky and costs nothing.

  • [6] January 21, 2015 at 11:06pm

    “betterment of the American people”? In who’s eyes? Gridlock is by design as I noted above. Most of America doesn’t believe what he is doing is for their betterment, hence the landslide rejections of his policies and he is ignoring the voice of the American people to do “what he thinks is best for them”. See, the liberal philosophy is the government has to do it for you, because you aren’t smart enough to decide for yourself what is best for you. He is a demagogue and an ideologue. If his lips are moving he is lying. This has been proven over and over again. Nothing he does is for the betterment of the people, it is all to consolidate liberal progressive power and actually make it even harder for the American people to ever have a real voice again

  • [7] January 21, 2015 at 11:03pm

    You realize that he said many things but he lies all the time? You also realize that it is congress job to be deliberative, not to just rubber stamp? He is the President, not the King. Just because he WANTS to do something doesn’t mean he CAN do it. And the law has never impacted anything he has wanted to do, he just ignores it and writes his own. He is as lawless as any president in history. There is so much wrong with those 3 sentences that it is absolutely more and more clear you have no idea what is going on and just love his Santa Claus attitude. There is a reason why until Harry Reid arbitrarily changed the rules of the senate it was considered the most deliberative body in the world. It was intended to be that way by the founders. They didn’t want laws just rushed through (like Obama Care, the Stimulus, etc.), they wanted extensive discussion and contemplation to be sure it was “right” for the country. The system was never designed nor was it intended to work quickly.

  • [4] January 21, 2015 at 9:21pm

    Climate change IS real. That is why there have been dozens of ice ages in world history as well as dozens of very hot periods.

    What is not real is that it is man made and that it requires a complete redistribution of wealth to fix. The world is a natural ecosystem that fluctuates all the time it did so long before we were here and it will continue to do so long after we are gone.

  • [6] January 21, 2015 at 9:07pm

    Does this mean that by speaking out and also going to the area, Holder and Obama “acted stupidly”?

  • [7] January 21, 2015 at 8:59pm

    So he can say no to them (are have Harry Reid do it so he doesn’t have to), but now that America has spoken and rejected his policies and plans, and he hasn’t said anything about working with Congress, he simply has made veto threats, no discussion or negotiation offers. But the Republicans can’t say no? They sure as heck better!

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  • [55] January 21, 2015 at 12:14am

    no, no common, you are bypassing his greatest accomplishment. It has nothing to do with terrorism. It is convincing the American people (twice) that he actually cares about them and their country

  • [13] January 21, 2015 at 12:11am

    so name calling co-opts real discussion? That is how lies flourish. if you need to be informed on how much was a lie, then it really doesn’t matter anyway. Half of it was fact checked by the pinnochio reporters from the beginning and has already been flagged as “Mostly False”.

    Please feel free to keep calling people names because they don’t agree with your opinion (and that is all it is, opinion, not fact, since the facts are too much for you), and you will find many “friends” who simply laugh at your ignorance and refusal to accept what is going on in your ideology.

  • [12] January 20, 2015 at 11:43pm

    They didn’t need the NBPP, they had precinct commanders that were corrupt and took care of it all in the booths. There is no way that 100% turnout was democratic in so many precincts was all Obama, not even 1 person said “i don’t think so”, and yet, that is on record. maybe 1 or 2 if conservatively extreme maybe, but there were what, 19 in Cleveland alone? 8 or so in Philly? and Obama is complaining about voter suppression. Since conservatives tend to vote once rather than vote early vote often, the only ones being suppressed are the conservatives, not the democrats.

  • [14] January 20, 2015 at 11:37pm

    so Obama should take credit for Saudi Arabia trying to do their best to destroy the economy of both U.S. and Russia, and that is a good thing? If you take the jobs out of Texas that have been gained due to fracking, then you are back to a negative job loss under Obama. The recovery is a myth. The only reason it seems like one (even though it is the worst EVER) is because of Saudi Arabia churning out oil at record levels to try and crush markets against them.

    As far as inevitable prices going up, have you shopped in years? I work in the supermarket industry, in fact for one of the top chains in the country and I see all their numbers every day. Prices have gone up continuously and excessively, mainly due to monetizing debt. You print dollars, each dollar becomes less valuable, so products must cost more.

    Energy independence is critical, yet Obama shuts down every opportunity to do that, the only reason we are #1 now is because oil and natural gas is being produced on lands he cant stop, because they are private. He has all but shut down everything else

  • [2] January 20, 2015 at 11:28pm

    Pretty funny considering Shep Smith has been identified as one of the liberals on Fox News by O’Reilly. Obama still won’t acknowledge simply because even though there are more liberal commentators on Fox than Conservative, it is still not a blanket check for him like MSNBC, so it must be destroyed.

  • [1] January 20, 2015 at 11:20pm

    So who here is ready for the fair share socialist plow? Would you like a hammer and sickle instead? They send the same message. It only takes 2.5 private jobs to pay for every government job, please feel free to take a government job and feel like you aren’t a blood-sucking vampire on the economy.

    Please take your fair share and move to Europe, I’ll pay for your ticket if you don’t come back, for as many as I am able. I prefer those who work hard (legally) to those who just want to suck on the government teat.

    Or better yet, If you watched the SOTU address from your cell in Gitmo, you must be enthusiastic and excited to return to the battlefield!

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