User Profile: Marnin

Marnin

Member Since: December 07, 2010

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  • [2] March 29, 2015 at 2:24pm

    “Angie’s List is open to all and discriminates against none”

    Clearly they discriminate against people of faith. This GroupThink mentality that allows no one to have individual beliefs that go against whatever the current “societal norm” is, is very bad. it will get more and more outrageous and if you don’t agree with them you are singled out and ostracized. It is destruction of the moral fiber of society step by step.

  • March 29, 2015 at 2:03pm

    “Nobody is forcing you to do anything, if you don’t want to, close your shop.”

    Um…are you that blind? That is the very definition of being forced to comply.

  • [1] March 29, 2015 at 1:58pm

    In their own homes? No. The government shall make no law impeding the free exercise of religion. It doesn’t say “the government shall make no law impeding the free exercise of religion as long as they are doing it in their own home”. You are saying, once they leave the home they no longer have the right to follow their religious conscience. I find that despicable. Either they follow your choice of morals or they can’t own a business or stay locked up in their own home. That is absurd.

  • [15] March 28, 2015 at 11:43pm

    “like they’re supposed to”?

    That says it all right there. Why do you get to define how they are supposed to or to whom?

  • [53] March 28, 2015 at 10:12pm

    I don’t understand why he is suddenly “embattled” or why everyone is calling the law “controversial”.

    The law simply affirms the constitutional RIGHT to practice religion without the government dictating how you practice it. The LGBT and left in general are ginning up hatred and division again as they continue to push forward their radical agenda.

    They are absolutely as tolerant as can be. As long as you agree with their policies and beliefs.

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  • [2] March 27, 2015 at 9:46pm

    Your response to me is so full of lies and mistruths it is hard to even know where to begin. Great liberal talking points, but like most liberal talking points, there is no truth to them. The economy was stagnant under Bush? prove it. We were at full employment for years due to the tax cuts. And it would have been stronger if the democratic congress would ever have allowed them to be “permanent” which they never would. As far as the collapse, the collapse occurred to to the Community Reinvestment Act passed by Clinton forcing banks to lend to people who couldnt afford it to get FED resources. Bush tried to audit FNMA and FDMC twice in 2004 and 2005 and was turned away “nothing to see here” by Shumer and Barney Frank. That could have slowed down the housing bubble dramatically and possibly even entirely prevented the collapse. As far as “only the rich got richer” that is absurd. Under Reagan and Bush both the tax base was increased incredibly with all the new employment. Unlike Obama where many middle americans net worth has decreased by as much as 40% since 2008 and he just continues to tax them more and more, and only the wealthy can afford it.

    Your lies and lack of knowledge are appalling but not entirely unexpected as you don’t require facts for your talking points it is simply “blame the rich” “blame the oil companies” “blame bush” “blame conservatives” “obama can do no wrong”, etc. etc.

    YAWN! Feel free to keep discussing, don’t let the facts get in.

  • [13] March 27, 2015 at 8:59pm

    Where is Eric Holder here inspecting a racial hate crime? Oh wait, they are black. We all know that only white people are racist haters.

  • [7] March 27, 2015 at 8:55pm

    “After seeking and receiving a two week extension from the Committee, Secretary Clinton failed to provide a single new document to the subpoena issued by the Committee and refused to provide her private server to the Inspector General for the State Department or any other independent arbiter for analysis,” Gowdy said.”

    How about throwing her in jail for contempt of congress? Keep her there until she produces the destroyed emails. If she can’t or won’t produce them, well, 3 squares a day for life should trim some of the cankles.

  • [33] March 27, 2015 at 3:41pm

    Just like conservative America under the current regime!

  • March 27, 2015 at 3:32pm

    “She’s the definition of a leader”

    It must be that Native American blood she has in her. Or is it her honest and trustworthy approach to transparency?

  • [1] March 27, 2015 at 3:19pm

    I think The Blaze posted their April Fools story a few days early!

  • [31] March 27, 2015 at 1:01pm

    A congressman promoting people to break the law. Abuse of public position? I wonder if he used taxpayer funds to create the cards and pamphlets?

    It sure seems like there is some prosecutable criminal offense in what he is doing.

  • [4] March 27, 2015 at 2:29am

    he should get the death penalty for deserting in time of war, but life sentence at worst. Despicable person who loves the enemy. Barry is being forced into a corner to actually admit how horrible his leadership is.

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  • [34] March 26, 2015 at 10:38pm

    LOL that is one of the silliest comments you have ever made, and that is saying something.

    Lowering taxes increases the tax base and actually increases revenue because of that because it creates a climate of job creation and job growth. People work more when they can keep more of what they work for, that has been proven over and over. Your “analysis” and I put it in quotes because it is coming from a complete lack of any foundational knowledge of how economics work or what motivates people to put forth their best effort, is rediculous. The fact that 22 people even agree with you shows the dumbing down of America and how people no longer even understand how economics work.

    It can be proven over and over how raising taxes decreases revenue as a percentage of GDP and vice versa. Yes, all of Obama’s taxes are giving the federal government more revenue per quarter than it has ever had before, but at what cost? It is crushing everyone but the very wealthy, destroying job opportunities, entrepreneurship is at its lowest level in decades, innovation is almost non-existent. This is like USSR telling farmer to grow their acre of food, give 90 % to the govt and 10 % for themselves. the 10% of the acre for themselves? huge returns, the 90%, a bunch of bad gardeners.

  • [7] March 26, 2015 at 10:22pm

    the good thing is that a lot of those “Takers” don’t vote. The country is still predominantly center right, they just haven’t been given a chance to prove that in national elections. 2010 and 2014 showed their disgust. As long as they refuse to keep pushing “unelectable” conservatives, we keep driving off the cliff. Cruz may not be “The Great Communicator”, but I think he is even more Reaganesque than Reagan was. I lived in the Reagan years. He wasn’t electable either, yet he won in landslides. I believe while Cruz may not have the communication skills of Reagon, he has the passion, the love for America, the knowledge and the acumen to smash his opponents and can do it strictly on the issues, he doesn’t have to go negative or get personal. That is why everyone on both sides is afraid. This could be a true wave in 2016. I am awaiting the debates to start more than I have been in years and years. Even in interviews he is making the interviewers look like idiots and jokes already and doing it all with facts and a calm smile.

  • March 26, 2015 at 10:13pm

    I disagree. not a good VP choice, if he isn’t something like AG, better to keep his voice in the house, VP is mostly irrelevant other than to get votes, and Ted won’t need votes from Louie. It isn’t even constitutionally clear if the Prez and VP can come from the same state.

    Someone like Marco Rubio would be a much better VP choice among several others

  • [12] March 26, 2015 at 10:00pm

    How about Secretary of the Interior or secretary of energy (position and dept that should be killed tho) for Palin?
    Secretary of state? John bolton.
    Secretary of Defense, Colonel West.
    Surgeon General (position that should be eliminated) Ben Carson
    Secretary of the Treasury? Rand Paul..wipe out the fed and IRS!
    AG? Louie or Trey

    what a heck of a start that would be for his cabinet….

  • [15] March 26, 2015 at 9:47pm

    I wouldn’t have any issue with either of those choices. The main thing we have to be careful of is not to pull out too many of the “good folks” out of congress as we are just now starting to get real numbers against the progressives that are making a difference.

  • [60] March 26, 2015 at 9:27pm

    Louie is going to make a magnificent Attorney General in President Cruz’ cabinet!

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  • [5] March 26, 2015 at 9:18pm

    Well, I would disagree with that, but I think today he was so disgusted with Grover that he had a very difficult time keeping it professional and at times become condescending to downright snarky and while he nailed him on several points it diminished the impact because his attitude was making him part of the story. We all knew he was going to have a difficult time being objective, but I did think he would contain it better and make many of Grover’s laughable explanations just go because they needed no instant reaction to be shown as nonsensical and defenseless.

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