User Profile: Marnin

Marnin

Member Since: December 07, 2010

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  • [4] July 1, 2015 at 1:54pm

    Take CGI and change the flag to the Isis flag and rename the General Lee Mohammed, and everything will be just fine. Even Walmart will sell the toy again!

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  • [5] June 29, 2015 at 3:51pm

    While I agree he loathes America, i don’t believe that is what is behind the disarming. It is all about power and control. He who holds the gun holds the power. You should not be afraid of your government, your government should be afraid of you.

  • [5] June 29, 2015 at 3:49pm

    Can’t read the TPP text. Can’t read the Iran agreement text. Can’t read anything into missing the deadline.

    Do they think we were all common core educated already?

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  • [4] June 27, 2015 at 4:50pm

    one person’s “activist” is another person’s vandal.

  • June 27, 2015 at 4:49pm

    apparently not as foreign as the concept of humor is to you.

  • [6] June 27, 2015 at 4:04am

    Al Sharpton is an embarassment to humanity. enough said…

  • June 27, 2015 at 3:32am

    you haven’t looked very deeply then, he was one of the worst slumlords in NYC. and even if he wasn’t, he planted hundreds of millions of dollars on donald and while he may be a billionaire, he gained most of it through dad. He has declared bankruptcy multiple times. this is your phenom… This is someone who is for tariffs, which is about the worst possible economic idea, this is someone for abortion. clearly you have almost no idea about what he believes, you just listen to his platitudes that sounds great, since he gives no specifics. Look up the definition of useless idiot. where it came from and who said it. you are all walking into that trap just as much as most of america walked into the obama trap. 8 years later, if you don’t feel bad/ashamed about it and wish to keep forward on this path, you are a sorry waste of time.

  • [-1] June 27, 2015 at 12:15am

    And the Trump circus continues. funny how if you look at my profile I get almost no negative flags, but talk against Trump suddenly there is that wing of people that wish to silence/devalue my opinion. Especially when I point out that Fred Trump was a well known slumlord and that is how he made his fortune that he passed on

  • [65] June 26, 2015 at 9:40pm

    Good luck to her children and her. It is a good thing that her mother has done well giving speeches since being the VP candidate, and that has translated into semi-celebrity status for her so she can afford the single mom role she is building.

    I suspect her parents are not particularly happy with her life choices however and are wondering where they went wrong.

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  • [2] June 26, 2015 at 9:31pm

    lol, I was wondering as that thought occurred to me if it was only a fundamental right if it was another dude or not.

  • June 26, 2015 at 9:27pm

    Funny, one of the first times I have agreed with the socialist, and yet, I agree with Jen’s rebuttal as well! At least when I am not crying or cringing.

  • [-4] June 26, 2015 at 9:25pm

    He was also one of the biggest slumlords in NYC and that was how he made most of his millions.

  • [-1] June 26, 2015 at 9:24pm

    Is anyone that doesn’t think Trump is the right direction a progressive jackwagon? I have seen you use that multiple times including in a reply to me. Do you even know what a progressive is? Trump is a lot closer to being a progressive than anyone you are calling a progressive. I guess that explains the blind allegiance to a liberal republican like Trump.

  • [-1] June 26, 2015 at 9:21pm

    i don’t like Obama, in fact I despise him, and I firmly believe he is a marxist bent on destroying this country (well, celebrating now that he has succeeded), but comparing him to Hitler is way over the top.

  • [4] June 26, 2015 at 9:08pm

    It just occurred to me. If marriage is now a fundamental right, Can I go to that hot chick at work that won’t look twice at me and force her to marry me, since it is a fundamental right to be married?

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  • [8] June 26, 2015 at 8:50pm

    How embarassing. I have never been particularly passionate one way or the other about gay marriage because personally i don’t think the govt has any business in marriage whatsoever. If some religion wants to marry gay people so be it. If not, ok, find one that does if you want. But what the SCOTUS has done the past couple of days is just sad. I guess they feel if Obama can do an executive power grab, why not a judicial power grab as well.

  • [-7] June 26, 2015 at 8:45pm

    You realize he inherited much of that from his father who was one of the biggest slum lords in NYC, right? And he has had to declare bankruptcy multiple times.

    As for me, I am doing quite well, especially for someone who didn’t have the option to start with hundreds of millions of dollars and a famous name.

  • [-3] June 26, 2015 at 8:43pm

    Cruz, Paul, Walker (when he commits as we all know he will), 2nd tier Carson, Rubio, Fiorina,

    Jindal would except no one knows him at this point with so many candidates will be difficult to get traction. Bush/Huckabee/Graham a bunch of progressives that wouldn’t stop our slide, they would simply slow it down.

    Trump – a wild card, but I still don’t believe he is serious or will be taken seriously by most voters, especially the conservative base. Too much about birth certificates (which was started by the Clinton campaign, but thanks to trump, birthers are now blamed on conservatives).

    As CEO of a corporation he can absolutely dictate to his employees, with checks and balances between co-equal branches of government, I find it very unlikely his methods will work.

    But in reality, I don’t think he is serious, I think it is more publicity for whatever project he has coming next. As I said before he is great at generating PR, but I doubt very much he will follow this all the way through or that voters, especially conservative voters will take him seriously.

  • [-6] June 26, 2015 at 8:32pm

    by no depth, i mean with regards to his platitudes. He says things people want to hear but provides no real solutions other than “i am the smartest person you ever met, I will take care of them” or “I beat country x in trade deals all the time”, of course coming from a guy who has declared bankruptcy 4 times. At least the Paulites who supported Ron Paul had some case, but you all for Trump seem just as fanatical for a guy who has never been anything but a publicity hound. Billionaire real estate entrepreneur? Well he started from millions given to him by his father who was one of the largest slum lords in NYC.

    If you want someone even more to the left than Romney (at least Romney wasn’t pro-abortion), go for it, but true conservatives aren’t going to be fooled by his rhetoric.

  • [-4] June 26, 2015 at 7:36pm

    haha, I do hope you are joking, otherwise we might have to do a sanity check.

    Trump is the progressive behind a veneer of false conservatism. He is like watching the keystone cops, you watch him because you never know what he will come up with next, but you certainly can’t take anything he says seriously.

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