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User Profile: mtncougar

mtncougar

Member Since: April 13, 2011

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  • October 2, 2013 at 6:14pm

    Doesn’t anyone realize that Harry Reid et al tried to blackmail Boehner with the threat of publicizing these emails? I wonder what else Reid has on Boehner after years and years of working on the Hill – that if made public, Boehner could lose constituents. I think it’s possible Boehner made a decision to let the blackmail go public and actually is trying NOW to do the right thing. My concern is that we are reacting exactly as Reid intends.

  • September 28, 2013 at 4:56pm

    Finally! I’ve been sooooo tired of Republican pundit navel-gazing about why-we-lost-the-election. WE DIDN’T LOSE! Indeed it was stolen, it’s obvious.

  • September 26, 2013 at 6:25pm

    I was really hoping when I read the headline that this would be a map of households who DON’T have firearms. “Here criminal… here criminal…nothing here to stop you…” (of course, the idea being to do the reverse of what was done some time ago with the map of households WITH firearms)

    In reply to the story A Gun Map That's a Little Different

  • March 14, 2013 at 1:48am

    Re: Horseman43

    “the vast majority of homosexuals are pedophiles”

    Seriously, sometimes I’m embarrassed to be a conservative. This kind of crap lies has been spread about homosexuals since I’ve been alive. NO ONE is arguing this point?

  • September 17, 2012 at 1:02am

    We conservatives Do get things done as long as we’re given some – any – clear directions.

    3-2-1 Conservative Action.com It doesn’t exist but it should.

    3 = Three hours per week volunteering. Posting on forums, signing e-petitions, joining gatherings, contacting representatives, etc.

    2 = $2 per week (or $20 or $200) donating to a good cause

    1 = Speaking out to one person per week in a more direct way than we normally would about conservative ideas

    And an open forum where people can post suggestions / opportunities for things we can do for the first two.

    GIVE US A LITTLE GUIDANCE and WE GET THINGS DONE!

  • September 17, 2012 at 12:56am

    I agree that this “Action Center” is either very new or it needs some SERIOUS beefing up.

    3-2-1 Conservative Action.com No it doesn’t exist but it should.

    3 = Volunteer three hours a week. Social media, comments on forums, contacting congress, signing e-petitions.

    2 = Two dollars a week (or $20 or $200) donating to a good cause.

    1 = Speak up to one person per week more strongly or more convincingly than we normally would

    And … have a forum for people to post things we can do under the first two topics.

    Let’s get this done!

  • September 10, 2012 at 5:08pm

    Yes. I watched both Ryan and Romney being interviewed yesterday and neither one gave ANY explanation of how a better economy = more jobs = more paychecks = more taxes collected.

    The liberal journalist actually interrupted Romney when Romney started to explain this as if the journalist seriously didn’t want Romney to make this point clear. And Romney didn’t press ahead.

    Ryan said something about increasing “revenue” through economic growth which is waaay too ambiguous for most people.

    Someone needs to start YELLING this to journalists and independents!

  • August 31, 2012 at 12:12pm

    Clint Eastwood is an entertainer. It was fun and a smile maker. He was NOT there to present a powerful political speech, but to say hi and offer a time of levity and enjoyment to his fans. You see – he KNOWS he’s a celebrity. He stayed true to that and – unlike liberal celebrities – didn’t try to become some political know-it-all which is waay outside his range. His appearance was kind of like frosting on a cake. Not meat and potatoes. We all need that at times.

  • August 31, 2012 at 12:10pm

    Clint Eastwood is an entertainer. It was fun and a smile maker. He was NOT there to present a powerful political speech, but to say hi and offer a time of levity and enjoyment. You see – he KNOWS he’s a celebrity. He stayed true to that and – unlike liberal celebrities – didn’t try to become some political know-it-all which is waay outside his range. His appearance was kind of like frosting on a cake. Not meat and potatoes. We all need that at times.

  • August 15, 2012 at 2:53pm

    I love how atheist Libbots always quote (with a sneer) “Jesus” – to conservatives. You haven’t got a “Jesus” bone in your body JohnLarson. Obviously you know nothing about Him. But like hypocrites of His day, self-righteous moral superiority you’ve got in spades. Makes me puke.

  • August 15, 2012 at 12:54am

    Sure miss the old days when we could get real. Put up a fence and start shooting … that’s real.

    I thought The Blaze is a hangout for conservatives but omg, you all have turned into jumpy choir boys afraid the libs will say something baad about you.

    Seriously you should study up on what’s going on at the border. Guns, drugs, really nasty stuff. Put up a fence and start shooting. Indeed. Warning shots, then real ones.

    Well, yeah. He meant it. I mean it. You should too, you cowering simpering conservative wussies.

    p.s. I’m a 61 yr old grandma so don’t give me any guff about being a wicked bloodthirsty vampire

  • July 29, 2012 at 2:07am

    Here’s the link to MAKE SURE Amazon knows why you are closing your account or restricting your purchases with them…

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/contact-us/general-questions.html?ie=UTF8&skip=true

  • July 17, 2012 at 1:34am

    Here’s something positive…

    Business owners and successful people pay a full 85% of all the income tax collected in this nation. Nearly 50% of the people pay no income taxes at all.

    So who built the roads? Who built the infrastructure? Who paid the salaries of those who created the internet? Who pays the teachers salaries?

    The people who are successful.

    THEIR taxes are providing these things for everyone else…not vice versa.

    (the top 25% earners pay 85% of all income taxes…the top 1% pay more than the entire bottom 90%)

  • March 12, 2012 at 12:45am

    Agree with Seemsew! I can’t see how anyone can actually watch Newt Gingrich without recognizing how much we need him. We need a warlord (figuratively speaking) – not a wimp! The first link below is Newt on Afghanistan, waaay good. The second is March 2011 speech If you watch them, you’ll be stunned.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xT3akqfnGU

    http://thedaleygator.wordpress.com/2011/11/28/videos-newt-gingrich-what-an-american-president-should-sound-like/

  • March 11, 2012 at 10:03pm

    It makes Newt the recipient of the weak frontrunner’s multi-multi million dollar smear campaign. Romney is paying double and triple PER VOTE compared to Newt and Santorum. Weak frontrunner indeed. The only thing keeping him in this race is his money. That’s a fact. But Romney will not be able to buy his way past Obama’s billion. Romney won’t be able to out-smear Obama who has the media in his lap. Our weak frontrunner is going to be a very weak presidential nominee.

    Interesting to see so many Beck-bots.

    Here’s an amazing speech to the NRA April 2011 that Beck himself could have given (not that any of you will bother seeing it – you seem to despise Newt)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbGbKbGZsGY&feature=related

  • February 12, 2012 at 10:08pm

    to grace45 and Iovebeingamom… sorry, Romney is likely to be the wrong decision. The media hasn’t unleashed on Romney yet – because of Bain Capital. Newt was RIGHT when he started the process of vetting Romney about Bain. It was NOT an attack on capitalism. Romney is going to get crushed by the MSM over Bain. And sadly so many support Romney precisely because they think he’s electable.

    Here’s an easy to understand interview with a Reagan conservative venture capitalist about Bain. It is sobering…
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmrEUHdwAwQ&feature=youtu.be

  • February 12, 2012 at 1:46pm

    Actually, he’s right. The leftist media attacked Bachmann when she was riding high (Newsweek cover etc), the MSM crushed Cain when he was riding high (unsubstantiated allegations), the media did a hatchet job on Newt when he was high (ABC interview with ex-wife). Why haven’t they unleashed on Romney? Think about – they’ve hardly laid a glove on him.

    Romney is the prototypical country club wall street corporate rich Republican guy. The leftists WANT Romney to be the nominee because he’ll be crushed by the Obama destruction machine. And watch – Bain Capital is Romney’s achilles heel. Romney will be savaged about Bain. Here’s a short interview with a Reagan conservative venture capitalist about Bain… just a peek into what’s coming.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmrEUHdwAwQ&feature=youtu.be

    The polls that show Romney competing well against Obama are skewed. The media hasn’t unleashed on Romney yet. Just wait.

    Oh – and of course the MSM will do their best to take down Santorum now that he’s riding high. They want Romney to be our nominee. Keep watching and waiting for them to smear Romney. Why are they waiting? Why indeed.

  • February 12, 2012 at 1:37pm

    Good grief, you must work for Obama. Have you listened to Bill Whittle’s video about Palin’s quitting the governorship? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmEE61iVhCA

  • February 7, 2012 at 2:37am

    Anyone – including Coulter – who thinks Romney can beat Obama hasn’t studied Bain Capital. The leftist media destroyed Bachman (remember the Newsweek picture), crushed Cain (unsubstantiated allegations) and did a hatchet job on Gingrich (ABC interview with ex-wife). They haven’t laid a *glove* on Romney. Why?

    Bain Capital. They’ll destroy him with it. He’s the poster boy for a wall street corporate rich Republican, and it turns out Bain’s business model is reaaaally bad.

    Here’s an interview with a conservative venture capitalist about Bain…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmrEUHdwAwQ&feature=youtu.be

  • May 24, 2011 at 11:37pm

    Most heartily agree, why can’t we leave this issue out of government? AND I MOST, MOST, MOST HEARTILY AGREE WITH the posting by TOMFERRARI. I am a die-hard conservative puzzled by the nonsensical ferocity with which conservatives clamor for government to intrude in this area. It does not concern the government, it does not affect us. It is about other people and it does not affect us. Gawd, I can’t stand moralistic postures insisting that we “bend the government arm” to enforce a religious precept.