Don’t be too quick to give Mr. Tingles too much credit…..he genuinely doesn’t know the difference and his curiosity got the best of him.
 July 30, 2015 at 9:57pm
No need to print it, just “digitize” it! A few keystrokes, a couple of mouse clicks….done!
 July 30, 2015 at 9:54pm
Americans don’t WANT socialism….they’re being duped into thinking they want it because they haven’t got a freakin’ clue what it is or what its consequences will lead to….and we ARE running out of “other people’s money.”
MKFLYBOY, "Americans don’t WANT socialism"
I get your point but I argue that there is a world of difference between "Americans" (individualists) and US amerikans (the willfully ignorant).
 July 30, 2015 at 7:03pm
What a slime ball Blitzer is. He has no interest whatsoever in what Paul or any other candidate thinks or has to say about anything. His objective is quite simple….to make two candidates look bad at the same time by getting one to attack the other. See how that works? I’m sorry to say that Rand and many others take the bait, but Cruz seems to know better.
MKFFlyboy --- Yep Cruz knows what their game is. And Trump has always known. I watched the youtube of Trump's speech at the Phoenix Convention Center a couple weeks ago. He told his audience to look to the back of the room where all the press was and said "They're so dishonest. So dishonest."
 July 30, 2015 at 4:36pm
People won’t learn what their rights USED to be until they have been taken away from them.
July 29, 2015 at 2:08pm
“Smidgens” abound, aye Zip? LOL
 July 29, 2015 at 11:36am
That’s an excellent prognostication. As for the “inexplicable gap,” among other things, wasn’t that the very same period during which they were begging her for increased security due to the growing dangers in that area?
MKF: Exactly. The "gap" is precisely within the time frame of pending threat assessment. Add to that the woman who not long ago asked, "Who would you want to answer the phone in the White House at 3:00 am?", has inadvertently proven the point; NOT HER!
 July 29, 2015 at 8:23am
LOL…I’ll bet that if they wanted to, they could STILL scrape some “DNA evidence” off the underside of the Resolute Desk.
 July 29, 2015 at 7:40am
But when it comes to Cankles, or Holder, or Lerner, or [fill in the blanks], the “seriousness of the charges” amounts to nothing more than a vast right-wing conspiracy and a witch hunt…..well, maybe in the case of Hillary, the term “witch hunt” actually does apply. ;-)
MKFlyboy, LOL, too bad that the name "Broom 1" was already used by the Air Force crew of that plane that she just had to have available to fly her and her entourage to California for the weekends when she was Speaker of the House. It would certainly fit for any mode of transport for Cankles.
 July 28, 2015 at 8:55pm
Here’s a recommendation for you and anyone else, if you don’t already know this. Levin has been recommending ConservativeReview.com for some time now. You can create a free ID on there and look up ratings and voting records with explanations for any reps you’re interested in. Cruz and Meadows both have an A rating with a 96% score. Mike Lee is at 100%. This is an extremely useful tool because some people’s ratings will surprise you.
 July 28, 2015 at 8:14pm
Congratulations….we now how 2 sets of ‘nads in the entire Congress…only 533 to go!
FYI: Mark Meadows will be on the Mark Levin show during his last half hour, approx. 8:30 pm ET. MarkLevinShow.com
Mark Levin for Attorney General under President Cruz.
My list of true conservatives in Congress has grown by 1.
- Mark Meadows
- Ted Cruz
- Mike Lee
- Trey Gowdy
- Jim Inhofe
Any others I'm missing?
Here’s a recommendation for you and anyone else, if you don’t already know this. Levin has been recommending ConservativeReview.com for some time now. You can create a free ID on there and look up ratings and voting records with explanations for any reps you’re interested in. Cruz and Meadows both have an A rating with a 96% score. Mike Lee is at 100%. This is an extremely useful tool because some people's ratings will surprise you.
"Mark Levin for Attorney General under President Cruz."
Nope I'd want a convervative.
Levis once indicated he'd be willing to violate the Constitution if he had to choose between it and his animal rights fanaticism.
@fortherecord, I think Levin would be referring to eco Nazi-ism in which case the Constitution would already have been violated. All these eco-nuts, animal rights fanatics, and tree huggers would support Adolf Hitler if he promised to take care of the environment. They're pawns in the bigger game of power. Some of them are even communists so maybe he's right. Once upon a time you would be killed on the spot for supporting communism. It was no laughing matter. And with environmental nutjobs supporting the statists agenda there may come a time when we as a nation have to start thinking outside of the Constitution. Especially when the Constitution fails to protect us.
HJoddball, He regularly rants against 'animal abuse' and supports the laws against it even though those laws are unconstitutional.
The specific incident I was talking about was where he was talking about some company that wanted to start production in America of horsemeat (I think from horses that were old or otherwise not going to live much longer anyway) for animal food (like dog food, I think) and he was adamantly against it.
He said in that show something about hinting at understanding that Constitutionally the government had no right to prevent the company from opening up and doing business but then said something along the lines of 'Well if I have to choose, I'll side with the animals' .
The problem is that far too many who otherwise think of themselves as conservatives are far too willing to throw conservatism overboard when it's 'for the animals' and the Constitution is kind of like a balloon.
The smallest pinhole is enough to 'pop' it.
It can also be looked at like a tapestry where once the smallest thread starts unraveling, the whole thing will eventually come undone.
Once any of our rights are taken away, there will always in every single case, be someone else coming along saying well once we took that one, we can start taking others away, using the same excuses.
This is besides the fact that the majority of those arrested under such laws, are falsely accused, to begin with.
Actually I must correct myself, he does not do it so 'regularly' but when he does these are the liberal things he fully and unashamedly, supports.
He also supports (when it's 'for the animals') the liberal agenda of changing the meaning of words, such as 'adoption'.
So that now an animal should be thought of as 'your child, who you have adopted' instead of your pet that you just acquired or took in.
Those who want to call it that can do so in their own homes and among their friends.
But to make it out like anyone who does not call it that 'does not have compassion for animals' as I was once told by someone for pointing out that as Rush says; "words mean things" and that adoption had never meant (before the animal fanatics gained so much power of the rest of us, whom they love to oppress) anything but parents getting new children who they had not given birth to.
And those of us who still strictly follow that definition are vilified just like Devout Christians and Chassidic Jews are vilified for still saying that Marriage is only between a man and a woman.
fortherecord: We all have our passions and we all make exagerated comments regarding them. I'm sure Levin is no different. I'm more concerned with the fact that you will take one (maybe a very few scattered) comment and try to hang him with it...
 July 27, 2015 at 11:05pm
Glad you enjoyed that, but you missed my disclaimer….Ted has too much class to do that, but fortunately, I don’t. ;-)
 July 27, 2015 at 10:36pm
Hilarious! They’re so desperate that they’re trying to pull a “Herman Cain” on Trump now??? Fat chance. Meanwhile, here’s some breaking news: Ted Cruz just challenged Barry to a one-on-one debate on the “Iran Deal” on Hannity a short time ago, and he said if he’s afraid to show up, he can send Lurch [my term, not his].
just like the fact they will not bring up a vote that would make them buy the same dogcrap health insurance that they all think we should thank them for
@greenmountain. That should be an ethical violation to my mind. There is something in the Constitution that states lawmakers are prohibited from making a law that applies only to the people and not to them. They should have been required to live under the same mandates because they passed the law.
 July 27, 2015 at 4:21pm
I just heard Hannity say that only 3 Republican Senators came forward to him to say that Cruz told the truth, and only one of them, Mike Lee, would agree to be identified. I swear, if the Senate Republicans ever put together a glee club, they would all be singing soprano.
 July 27, 2015 at 3:30pm
Don’t worry, her ‘constituents’ will eat her alive for even THINKING about selling out Israel….I demand a follow-up!
 July 27, 2015 at 3:24pm
I was thinking more like Sgt. Shultz, myself.
 July 27, 2015 at 11:36am
One example of what you’re talking about: Aaron Klein complained on his radio show that after reading the released emails, he was stunned to find that Hillary had been detailing Chris Stevens’ exact movements prior to his death during the Benghazi attacks!
 July 27, 2015 at 10:29am
RJ, guess no one caught it…I said “The means justify the ends….period!” which should have read, “The ends justify the means….period!” but I guess everyone knew what I meant…LOL. Just a little more caffeine, fixed!
 July 27, 2015 at 10:13am
LOL…don’t leave out the “…NBC News” part in the distinctive nasal twang….priceless.