User Profile: milez5


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  • [48] September 23, 2014 at 11:12pm

    It is interesting how the left gets away with this. I would hate to say that the right should stoop to their level, but if conservatives don’t find a way to start bringing a gun to a gun fight they might just find themselves pushed out of the public square. The left is trying very hard to do that to Rush and his is one of the most powerful voices in the nation.

  • [37] September 17, 2014 at 2:48am

    Gutierrez doesn’t love his country he loves “his people.” That is literally true, he is not in favor of mass immigration, he favors mass HISPANIC immigration. He feels that as a Hispanic, mass Hispanic immigration will benefit him and his fellow Hispanics economically, politically and really in every way. If he is correct and he probably is then I guess the larger question would be why so many white people on both the left and the neoconservative right favor mass Hispanic and other third world immigration. Do they really think such immigration will benefit them and theirs?

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  • [9] September 5, 2014 at 2:34am

    Well the smart kids just learn to love their good friend 10— this is base 10 math after all– and then learn to shut their mouth if they are tempted to go against the party line–this is cultural Marxism 101.

  • [2] September 3, 2014 at 3:18am

    I think there will be another elected president, but not Hillary. My money is on Julian Castro, the mayor of San Antonio, Texas.He is young—just 43 this year—the Democrats are not the party who nominates old folks. Every presidential nominee over the age of sixty-five has been Republican. In addition he is male—many Democrats won’t admit it but they are not anxious to have a female commander in chief—he is not polarizing the way she is and he is a reliable leftist whereas some fear that she is a bit too moderate for their taste.

  • [5] September 2, 2014 at 11:40pm

    I thought he had already left CNN. In any case, now that he’s out of a job he should return to the UK and stay there.

  • [4] September 1, 2014 at 2:20am

    I agree and I would also add that sometimes people ask me why I am so against the idea of gun registration. Well, the very idea that anyone should be interested in making such a list should tell you why. After all, almost half of all murders are committed with knives, but you don’t see any lists about how many knife owners there are.

  • [4] August 27, 2014 at 3:12am

    Well in all fairness I think that she isn’t getting involved in the Michael Brown situation because nothing good can come of it. Any smart politicization would know to just let the investigation continue and stay out of the way until the facts are in. At least if they don’t think they need grievance industry points or for some other reason don’t fear perhaps looking like a horse’s butt if they come down on the wrong side.

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  • [8] August 24, 2014 at 12:39am

    No it was all Christians and Jews except Bill Maher who has long been reasonable on this issue if on little else.

  • August 6, 2014 at 3:17am

    What you say is really true. And he is in so many ways naive. He thinks that there is a way to make all Americans be as one–as the way we were the day before 9-11 as he sees it. He doesn’t seem to understand that there is a reason why 90 percent of blacks and 70 percent of all other non-whites vote Democrat. They don’t give a damn about restoring traditional America. They want and even demand big government. Their beliefs are closer to the Castro brothers than to his or at least to yours and mine. Also, one time I heard him ask for someone to name one time that violence ever solved a problem, let’s see: The Revolutionary war and world war I and world war II just to name three. I don’t know what’s wrong with the man but he is no longer my cup of tea.

  • [1] August 4, 2014 at 2:27am

    There is another angle that many won’t like but I think it’s true. If you looked at a map of Africa in the mid-19th century you would see very little European presence, but if you looked at a map from the late 19th century Europeans were everywhere. My point is that from the first appearance of modern humans until the late 19th century the people in Africa were able to live there in an eco-friendly manner without overpopulating. But it didn’t take long after we pale faces showed up for the place to go to hell in a hand basket. I hate to say this, but I tend to think that folks like the good doctor tend to be paternalistic racists. They mean well, but they think that there can be no solution in Africa unless a white man provides it. I think the best thing we could do for that continent would be to just leave. Ah but that would never do. After all, we call it the developing world. What is it supposed to develop into? A world that looks just like the west, but in black face. Nothing less will ever do.

  • [2] August 1, 2014 at 2:52am

    What you’re saying is true in theory, but in reality those mental chains are strong. I know nothing about end times prophecy, but I do know that if it is true that when the end is near wrong will be right we would seem to be there now. For the first time in the western world since at least the fall of Rome we find ourselves in a society where the only way you can get in trouble regarding homosexuality is to be against it. Also those who want to protect our border are preached nonsense as though there was ever a passage in the bible that required any nation to allow foreigners to overrun them. To that I would remind people of the biblical admonition not to “tempt the lord they God.” If we fail to heed that sage advice then we will surely reap what we sow.

  • August 1, 2014 at 2:38am

    I agree screw the Middle East. I couldn’t care less about the game that controls it. With a 17 trillion dollar debt—more likely 20 if you count off the books spending and a flood of illegal aliens coming into this nation and taking jobs and social services that Americans need and a lawless Marxist in the White House, well I would say that we have more than enough problems of our own to worry about.

  • [19] July 28, 2014 at 2:26am

    You know George will, who is really bright when it comes to a lot of things, has long been off the beam on this issue. A few years ago he made the absurd comment that immigrants were going to shore up the Social security system. As though part time, minimum wage workers were all that was needed to make that happen.The fact of the matter is that the meager taxes that illegals pay do not come close to matching what it costs to educate, medicate and as needed incarcerate them. We live in a nation that is more than 17 trillion dollars in debt and we can not afford to provide jobs and social services to our own people—including Vets–that need them. For this northeastern self-styled intellectual to suggest that we should just throw open the border and allow a mass-horde of third-world people to invade our nation is not just wrong, it is frankly treason.

  • [5] July 23, 2014 at 3:07am

    It does make you wonder why they don’t move their executive and admin offices. I would hate to think that it’s because their executives think their too good for the people down south.

  • [2] July 19, 2014 at 2:45am

    Well this man wants to improve the “brand’ of evangelicals by basically not taking a stand on any issue. That is very much the same as a lot of so-called “mainstream” Republicans who want the party to move left in order to increase the size of the tent. The problem with both ideas is that inviting more people to join a church or a party that is void of values or ideas does no one any good except those at the top of the organization getting rich thanks to the large headcount.

  • [17] July 19, 2014 at 1:24am

    This is a perfect example of what happens when the left gets absolute power over a region or state. In New Jersey it is a felony to transport a firearm even one block, unloaded in the trunk of your car, without begging permission form the state. An outrage in the United States, but the leftists in charge of that state don’t give a damn.

  • [4] July 18, 2014 at 3:21am

    Who were the perpetrators of these crimes. Were they French and Canadians or were they Arab and other Islamist’s?

  • July 18, 2014 at 2:42am

    That is the real problem. His heart might be in the right place, but for a couple of famous guys like Beck and Nugent to go out of their way to help these people, well word of that will filter down south. As it is now the main reason most of these people—those who are not criminals or here for some nefarious purpose– are here for our free goodies.

  • [5] July 16, 2014 at 3:39am

    Well the big problem is that the democrat party is solidly leftist. But there are so many factions within the GOP, tea party people, values voters, national security voters. It would be nice if we could all agree that there are only to serious issues facing us at the moment. our fiscal crisis and the invasion across our southern boarder—and not just those kids. If we could suspend interest in everything elss and concentrate on those issues we would be better off, but I don’t think we will ever do it.

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  • [5] July 16, 2014 at 3:32am

    Well you can’t blame her really. Unlike sixty years ago when Israel was the darling of the left today they are guilty of three cardinal sins. They have made a few bucks, they have a pretty strong military and their leaders, more often than not, look so European. ooooooooooooohh

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