User Profile: Nevertakecandyfromsocialists

Nevertakecandyfromsocialists

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  • [2] April 25, 2016 at 5:24pm

    She does seem to be channeling Eve in the garden of Eden with Satan whispering in her ear “Did God really say (in this case that homosexuality is a sin and marriage is between one man and one woman)?”

  • [4] April 14, 2016 at 12:51pm

    I watched that the other day, those are some scary “women”. The video did a good job showing that even though these transgendered men were posing as women they were still very violent men with all the strength of a man, which they used to carry out their criminal acts. It also exposed the lengths that people in positions of power will go to in order to accommodate these men while recklessly putting numerous women, often the most fragile and vulnerable, directly in harms way.

  • [15] April 12, 2016 at 3:31pm

    That was basically what I was thinking. I thought her decision making and survival instincts were pretty good for someone who was higher than a kite. She lost me at the dog though.

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  • [11] March 31, 2016 at 7:16am

    I actually watched cnn for an hour and a half last night and I did not want to throw my shoe at the television once. Of course I did turn it off before their telephone interview with Hillary.

  • [17] March 29, 2016 at 12:01pm

    http://www.redstate.com/streiff/2016/03/28/gq-mostly-naked-photo-donald-trumps-wife-pimp-failed-presidential-bid/

    Defend his wife? The photo shoot was originally done has a publicity stunt to create buzz when Trump was running as the Reform party presidential candidate.

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  • [8] March 28, 2016 at 4:35pm

    Yes, a brick wall constructed of unwavering truths and unbending principles.

  • [2] March 21, 2016 at 11:17pm

    @Steve
    They fear a thin-skinned, vindictive, ego maniac who’s idea of a government showing strength was Tiananman Square, who has access to the nuclear codes.

  • [21] March 21, 2016 at 11:08pm

    Well if Trump remains true to form with his behavior in this campaign up to this point, he will most likely flip flop and return to his previous position in a few days. If you have been paying attention you will realize that is his pattern. This speech was written by someone else. That isn’t a big deal in and of itself, most politicians have speechwriters. The problem is Trump has no guiding principles, he is an opportunist who does not have a deep understanding of any of the issues. His rhetoric is a mile wide and an inch deep. He most likely doesn’t believe most of what he said and in a less guarded off the cuff moment will revert back to his original position. The same thing goes for his immigration policy which was likely written by one of Sen. Sessions former staffers. Trump isn’t interested in the intricacies of the policy and therefore makes broad generalities and always mentions building the wall because he knows that’s what supporters want to hear. He has already said his position on immigration will be more flexible. He’s had to walk back comments he has made on immigration when he has contradicted previous statements he has made. He can’t keep it straight in his head because he doesn’t actually know it or believe it. Frankly you would have to listen to Trump and follow him on Twitter every waking hour of the day to know what his current position is on any issue since he changes his opinion more than his socks. No one can keep up with all of his prattle.

  • [5] March 18, 2016 at 9:14pm

    Bytheppl4ppl

    As Solicitor General for the State of Texas and in private practice, Ted authored more than 80 U.S. Supreme Court briefs and argued 43 oral arguments, including nine before the U.S. Supreme Court, and has won an unprecedented series of landmark national victories including defending U.S. sovereignty against the UN and the World Court in Medellin v. Texas, defending our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, defending the constitutionality of the Ten Commandments monument at the Texas State Capitol and the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance.

    In the U.S. Senate, Ted has led the fight to repeal Obamacare, to stop President Obama’s illegal and unconstitutional executive amnesty, and to defend life, marriage, the First Amendment, the Second Amendment, and our entire Bill of Rights. And most important, he’s kept his promise to speak the truth and do what he said he’d do.

    What hasTrump ever done besides slap his name on everything he could get his little narcissistic hands on, and hire foreign workers and illegal immigrants to get the job done?Cruz has a record of defending the constitution and the principles that make America exceptional. Trump doesn’t even understand what those principles are. You Trumpbots are completely impervious to truth and reality just like Obama supporters in 2008. We were right about Obama then and we are right about Trump now.

  • March 18, 2016 at 4:26pm

    I believe freedom of association is actually covered in the first amendment of that constitution you mentioned. Let me guess you’re a Trump supporter. He doesn’t understand the first amendment either.

  • [1] March 17, 2016 at 11:00pm

    Trump financed all of their corrupt campaigns. Do you donate to candidates whose beliefs are different than yours? Or do you support candidates who believe in the things you believe? There is no way on God’s green earth I would donate to McCain or Mc Connell, much less Reid, Schumer, Pelosi, or Hillary because I know they would go to Washington and do things that I am opposed to and that are destructive to the country. Donald Trump had no such misgivings because Donald Trump is a progressive that only cares about Donald Trump.

  • [9] March 17, 2016 at 10:38pm

    I lean a little more toward being nevertrump everyday and your statement is a good example why. So I find it interesting that you give those reasons has to why you would vote Trump in the general. Trump has sung the praises of single payer healthcare systems of 3 different countries, has said he likes the mandate portion of Obamacare, and says everyone will be covered and the government will pay for it. All he seems to want to do is take Obamacare and rename it Trumpcare. He has already said his position on immigration is flexible. That was this year. Lastly the publication “The Economist” came out today and said Trump’s economic policies would be a global disaster. Plus, I find him morally repugnant on numerous levels and every foul thing he says and does will be hung around the necks of conservatives, reinforcing the negative stereotypes the left accuses us of and making it harder for other conservatives to get elected because Trump will continually be giving them more ammo. With the exception of being able to vote for Cruz in our primary, I have never been more frustrated with a presidential election in my life.

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  • [5] March 17, 2016 at 10:14pm

    There will not be enough soap in the country to wash the Trump stink off of the republican brand. If elected, he will energize the left the way Obama energized the right. All of the slow progress we have made in getting actual conservatives elected to congress will be washed away instead.

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  • [16] March 17, 2016 at 9:58pm

    Apple bite I can’t believe you would imply such things about Donald Trump! After all, he had such deep constitutional convictions and principled stands on the issues that are critical to the welfare of the nation that he donated huge sums of money to every leftist and progressive that stood in diametric opposition to the very things Donald Trump now claims to ardently believe and promises to defend. Oh wait, no, he made those donations for the benefit of Donald Trump and lining Donald Trump’s pockets not to return the country to the constitutional principles that have made America the most prosperous, stable and secure country in history. Nevermind, carry on.

  • [6] March 17, 2016 at 4:16pm

    Well jakartaman all those polls that your boy Trump loves so much, say otherwise. Repeatedly.

  • [3] March 15, 2016 at 7:29am

    Oh, the irony, which will be completely lost on all Trump supporters. As usual.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/03/when_trump_blamed_pamela_geller_for_inciting_violence.html

  • March 10, 2016 at 8:25pm

    Well done froglegs. You summed it up nicely.

  • [-2] March 10, 2016 at 8:19pm

    Well that’s a matter of personal opinion, but when you say things like this within the pages…..

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/03/donald_trump_and_china_read_this_before_you_vote.html

    Donald Trump consistently disturbing.

  • [8] March 10, 2016 at 8:15pm

    Except the other republicans left in the race are more establishment type candidates, so it stands to reason that a decent portion of their supporters are also establishment types. Cruz and Trump supporters are more likely to have already decided on their candidate and aren’t likely to be swayed. So logically, Cruz would have an easier time siphoning votes from Kasich and Rubio. I also just don’t see Carson supporters going for Trump.

  • [-1] March 10, 2016 at 3:16pm

    The founding fathers were fighting against an oppressive government more powerful than they were. They weren’t sucker punching their neighbor for insulting them in the name of independence and Liberty. What a ridiculous comparison.

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