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nbarendt

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  • April 15, 2015 at 10:52pm

    Tim McGraw and his wife Faith Hill are both liberal democrats. So this does not surprise me at all. Article about them.

    McGraw is a staunch Democrat in an industry populated largely by Republicans. It doesn’t seem to have affected his ticket or record sales too much.

    McGraw doesn’t express his Democratic views so much with his wallet, having only donated $7,500 to the Democratic National Committee in 2004.4 But he sure talks about it a lot. For example, McGraw really likes Bill Clinton. He said:

    I love Bill Clinton. I think we should make him king. I’m talking the red robe, the turkey leg – everything.

    Hill isn’t too tight with her money when it comes to political campaigns either. She gave $7,500 to the Democratic National Committee in 2004, and another $5,000 to Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. She showed her support for the Democrat after his election by performing at his inaugural celebration.

    She hasn’t waxed poetic on all her reasons for being a Democrat, but her husband made it clear that he and his wife stand with the president.

    My wife and I and our family will do everything we can to support Obama.

    Perhaps in fear of alienating some of her fan base, Hill hasn’t come out in support of gay marriage. Yet. She did, however, privately support a fellow country musician who came out as a lesbian in 2010.9 But maybe now that support of gay marriage is part of the Democratic platform, she’ll jump on board in front of the rest of the nation and her

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  • April 15, 2015 at 7:28pm

    I commend this women on what she is doing and IMO they should leave her alone she is doing nothing wrong and if she wants to feed the homeless then by golly let her, however with that being said the paper mentions “to her, it’s a religious matter” but those who won’t bake or make pizza’s for a gay party because it is “a religious matter” to them they get bombarded by the left criticized and receive death threats and some even have to close their business for awhile. So which is it a “religious matter” is OK for all or just for some? Who chooses?

  • [1] April 11, 2015 at 9:13pm

    I don’t blame the cop for telling the kid to go back inside they don’t know if the kid is going to start a fight or try to stage something.

  • [1] April 11, 2015 at 3:19pm

    I don’t believe that Obama is muslim I believe he is an atheist who hates Christians but won’t admit it could you imagine if he did. Muslim’s believe in Allah their God so as sick as that religion is they do have a belief, but I do believe he is a muslim sympathizer.

  • [14] April 5, 2015 at 2:22pm

    I agree he should be suspended and where is all the hate on his twitter. If the tables were turned and a white kid said this about a black player that kid would be suspended Al Sharpton would step in and tell that school you have to suspend that kid you would hear about it on TV for weeks and the white kid would not be able to finish school with all the hate that would surround him. Such hypocrisy in our society blacks can do it but whites can’t.

  • [6] April 2, 2015 at 1:39pm

    178,000+

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  • [6] April 2, 2015 at 1:30pm

    Obama is waiting to see what 5-10 Gitmo prisoners he can free for the US Marine.

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  • March 31, 2015 at 10:20am

    I agree with your comments I thought the same thing. I would not have watched at all because Ridley Scott is an atheist but I thought OK Bill O’Rielly can’t be all that bad he isn’t an atheist but then I kept telling my husband this isn’t the truth it appears Jesus has no idea who he is or of God’s plan, he taught in the synagogues when he was a child now he knows nothing. Then he was baptized and no white dove which to me was important. I turned it I told my husband I can’t watch this.

  • [19] March 24, 2015 at 1:13pm

    I like Ted Cruz don’t get me wrong but I would like to see a governor who at least has run a state like Scott Walker who did not back down to any unions or any of the mess that wanted to run him out of office and state. I understand where Mr. Krauthammer is coming from, we all said the same thing about Obama he had no experience so how can we not say the same about Ted Cruz that just shows that we have a double standard it was wrong for Obama a one term senator to run and win but not wrong for Cruz who is also a one time senator. As I said I like Cruz he is a constitutionalists and we need that but I for one won’t be a double standard person I will wait till the others throw their hats in and see what they all say except for JB he will NOT get my vote no way no how.

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  • March 16, 2015 at 6:45pm

    No one says anything about Russell Wilson when he goes out and does the same thing that Tim has done. It is because Wilson is black there is no other reason.

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  • March 11, 2015 at 6:32pm

    Let me get this straight so not being circumcised which is not a life threatening procedure is ordered by the court but lack of immunizations which can be life threatening not only to a person but to others is not ordered. She should say it is a religious thing just as parents do when they don’t want their kids immunized.

  • [4] March 10, 2015 at 11:06pm

    All I can say is if you don’t like it don’t go to Canada if that is their law or rule. It is no different here if you don’t like the laws or the rules than keep the hell out.

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  • [35] March 10, 2015 at 3:23pm

    I agree totally as well as the rest. I also believe that these cops are scared to death to touch a black person because of what is happening in this country today as far as white cops and black people. She was obviously not prepared for what happened and she should have been just a good thing the thug didn’t get the cops gun.

  • [1] March 9, 2015 at 12:04pm

    I was at this race yesterday and I tell ya this is only the 2nd one I have been to but TV does NO justice to how fast these cars actually go. Your insides vibrate when they pass they are a blur if you are sitting low enough, when the race is over you can’t even hear right for 5 minutes. Rascal Flatts sang the national anthem and the Air Force Thunderbirds flew over what a sight you could feel your chest burst with patriotism. I am a new fan.

  • [40] February 25, 2015 at 8:52am

    I know what you mean. I never listened to Bush the 8 years he was president, every time he was on TV I muted him I didn’t even want to hear his voice, he was arrogant and didn’t want to talk to the press to tell us what was going on and that was all the time IMO I only listened to him on 9/11 and I agree I never felt after 9/11 like the terrorist would come in while Bush was president but now I just pray they don’t and I believe alot of people feel the same we have an administration that practically sleeps with the enemy and invites them to the white house, opens the borders to anyone who wants to come over even though they may be terrorist all they have to say is nope I have nothing to do with ISIS or anyone affiliated and they get free everything from this gov’t. So I do agree I felts safer with Bush after 9/11.

  • [4] February 23, 2015 at 10:55pm

    He is your God to you just choose not to believe. God never said bad things would not happen he said I will be with you when they do. Everything that happens happens because of man he has given us our freedom of choice and men choose to do bad to others. He does not interfere with our choices but we will pay for them good or bad.

  • [4] February 10, 2015 at 1:13pm

    You live by the sword (drugs) you die by the sword. Very sad that this young ladies life was cut short because her parents lived the way they lived.

  • [5] February 9, 2015 at 1:51pm

    I just have to say my husband who is a tax preparer the other day had a man who just married his partner not in Alabama but here in NV. This guy has been a tax client of my husbands for years and my husband knew he was gay. The other day this guy comes over my husband does taxes out of his home office, anyway this guy mentioned to my husband that he married his partner in January of this year 2015 and my husband told him next year 2016 he will have to file married on your taxes for 2015 and this guy says do I have to, I loved my husbands response he told the man “with all due respect Joe the gay and lesbian community have been wanting equal rights and now you guys have them and now you guys get screwed by the IRS like the rest of us” needless to say Joe was not thinking about this little law that if you are married you have to file joint, you can file married filing joint or married filing separately but you have to file married. My husband is right they want all the rights but when it comes to consequences they don’t like they are like do I have to. YES you have to.

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  • [-2] February 7, 2015 at 3:42pm

    Gotta go bringing politics into it just like the racist have to spew their crap.

  • [3] February 7, 2015 at 3:39pm

    He actually is on the video.

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