User Profile: No_More_War_Please

No_More_War_Please

Member Since: February 02, 2013

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  • April 4, 2014 at 9:35pm

    Link:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xU4GdHLUHwU

  • April 4, 2014 at 9:34pm

    Before all you hypocrites get to bent out of shape, consider this: On September 10, 2001, the day before 9/11, the pentagon announced that it could not account for more $2.3 trillion (yes that’s trillion) in transactions.

    But hey, different president, differnt department so it’s all good right? Right??

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  • April 4, 2014 at 7:07pm

    He’s a nutcase because he’s bought into the propaganda that those like Bill Kristol have sold him regarding the middle east. They hate us because of our freedoms? What a load of nonsense.

    Are you sure it doesn’t have anything to do with the U.S. support of dictators all over the middle east for about the past 50+ years (including the current dictatorship in Saudi Arabia)? Are you sure it doesn’t have anything to do with our very large military presence on their domain? Are you sure it doesn’t have anything to do with the wanton slaughtering of innocent civilians that include women and children at the hands of our military? Are you sure it doesn’t have anything to do with the murderous, atheistic, corrupt government that currently resides in Tel Aviv? Are you sure it doesn’t have anything to do with our government’s use of coercion to subsequently obtain oil from them at below market prices?

    No, no, no, it couldn’t possibly have anything to do with any of those problems right? No, it must be because of our freedoms. It must be because we allow women in the workplace, or because we go out to the bar for beer on the weekends, or because we hold general elections every 4 years. Ya, that’s the reason.

  • April 4, 2014 at 6:57pm

    I pray to God this man never becomes president. What a disaster.

  • April 4, 2014 at 6:53pm

    Once again, the unintended consequences of war cannot be understated. When are we going to learn as a nation and end this nonsense?

    Our soldiers are returning from the field of battle to a nation that does not understand them with hearts filled with remorse at the horrible things they were asked to do overseas. Is it any wonder that over 1900 of them have committed suicide this year alone? IED’s used to kill them (which was a tragedy in and of itself), but now its suicide.

    People who really support the troops will do more than just put a bumper sticker on their cars. They will demand we end these engagements with countries that never represented a threat to us in the first place. They will demand an end to the endless wars of choice that only benefit those who have something to gain from war.

    I hope that Obama or whoever will be our president next will do the right thing and bring our boys home from Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s long overdue.

  • March 21, 2014 at 7:38pm

    Before the Tea Party used the Gadsden flag to protest government trampling of our rights, Iraq veterans were using it back in 2004 to the protest the unconstitutional Iraqi invasion. The only two good reasons to use that symbol. I doubt Pelosi has any idea of what it means.

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  • March 1, 2014 at 9:55am

    Lol the tea party was started when Ron Paul had his money bomb event in the 2008 election. Everyone knows that.

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  • January 21, 2014 at 8:14pm

    The ancient Davidic kingdom of Israel has absolutely nothing to do with the corrupt, murderous, atheistic government that currently resides in Tel Aviv, and everyone including John Haggee knows it.

    The warvangelicals are losing their grip on the hearts of Christians as Christ’s followers are waking up and becoming more literate to what the Bible ACTUALLY says instead of cherry picking a few passages from the OT to justify their political ideologies and blind allegiance to a country that hadn’t existed since 11th century BC prior to 1948.

  • December 29, 2013 at 10:48am

    4x, you do realize that clip was indented to insult George Bush, right?

  • December 29, 2013 at 10:48am

    Soy, I’m inclined to believe that 4x meant is sarcastically, although I can’t be sure. I hope 4x realizes that clip was intended to insult the former president due to his lack of knowledge pertaining to common turns of phrases, especially one as common as the “fool me once…” one.

    I still think it’s hilarious though:

    “Fool me once…(long pause)…shame on…(longer pause)…shame on you….(even longer pause)….ya fool me, I can’t get fooled again!”

    Classic W.

  • December 29, 2013 at 10:27am

    Hear that neocons? Even the libs agree with you on Iran! My, you guys sure are in great company.

  • December 7, 2013 at 10:37am

    Levin is the reason conservatives have failed this country, and here’s why:

    1.) He argues like a third grader. He name-calls, throws out distractions, and either argues around the topics that many of his opponents address or ignores them completely to avoid actually backing up his claims with fact. If you need proof, look at his back-and-forth “debate” with Tom Woods on presidential war powers. Afterwards, tell me which debater presented himself in a manner more befitting of a scholar.
    http://tomwoods.com/levin/

    2.) The man is completely wrong and screwed up on foreign policy. He would actually have his listeners believe that a policy of non-intervention (similar to that of Senator Robert Taft (a.k.a. Mr. Republican)) is a LIBERAL stance. Utter nonsense. I guess it must be liberal to heed the words of George Washington in conducting free trade with all and ENTANGLING ALLIANCES WITH NONE.

    3.) Levin is often inconsistent and incoherent. I cannot begin to tell you how many times I have heard him scream and holler that Obama is spending too much domestically in one breath, and that he spending too little militarily in the next. Trust me, just listen to him for one hour and you will find contradictions all over the place.

    Levin, Hannity and Rush should look in the mirror if they want someone to blame for Obama. They’re the primary reason we will have had him for 2 terms!

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  • December 7, 2013 at 10:25am

    Dude, Mark Levin is one of the main reasons we have Obama in the first place. He has no right to talk.

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  • October 5, 2013 at 5:52pm

    The warmongers featured here on TheBlaze desparately want another war with a middle eastern country. They have set their sights on Iran, and no matter what anyone says, they will not give this up. Conservatives need to avoid thses kinds of propagandistst if they ever want to regain control of the presidency and congress. Get rid of the warmongers, and then and only then can we have a shot at liberty.

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  • October 3, 2013 at 9:54pm

    Mark Levin should be avoided at all costs for the following reasons.

    1.) The man argues like a 3rd grader, which is probably why so many here on theblaze like him. He name-calls, makes periphery arguments, changes the subject, makes ad hominem attacks, etc. If you doubt me, watch the back-and-forth he had with Dr. Tom Woods Jr. on presidential war powers. http://www.tomwoods.com/levin/

    Pay close attention to how Levin argues vs. how Woods argues and tell me who behaves in a manner more befitting a scholar.

    2.) Levin is totally wrong and screwed up on foreign policy. He would actually have his listeners believe that the non-interventionist policies of Senator Robert Taft are liberal. He hasn’t a clue about what the Constitution really says regarding this matter, and is consistently making up nonsense to justify himself.

    3.) The man is inconsistent and incoherent. Just listen to one of his rants about domestic policy followed by a rant on foreign policy. Double standards can be found all over the place. He chides Obama constantly for over-spending on welfare, and then screams that Obama isn’t spending enough on the military. Complete contradiction.

    4.) Levin tries to position himself as a tough guy when, in reality, he probably couldn’t even beat up Harry Reid. The man constantly flashes vague threats, and yet there is little chance that someone as out of shape as he is could knock anyone out.

    I could go on and on, but I won’t.

  • September 29, 2013 at 1:27pm

    Haha, I think I struck a nerve with that last one, huh Janet? Your name-calling is becoming less cogent by comment (not that anything you said ever made sense to begin with).

    Janet, it’s time to just admit defeat on this issue. Your beloved military loves Ron Paul. They made that perfectly clear last election cycle when they donated to his campaign more so than to any other establishment chicken hawk running, including Obama. The vets love their fellow veteran, Ron Paul, and his noninterventionist foreign policy of leaving other nations alone and avoiding trillion dollar wars with two-bit nations over ridiculous propaganda that would insult the intelligence of a 3rd grader (a.k.a. someone with more common sense than you Janet).

    Just admit it and accept the fact that the majority of Americans no longer view the situation in the middle east like you and the rest of your establishment idols do. You have lost on this point just like your establishment, chicken hawk, hero Romney lost back in November of last year.

  • September 28, 2013 at 2:27pm

    But I’m guessing that all those military personnel that donated to Ron Paul in 2012 were just a bunch of Prius-driving, code-pinko, libs right Janet?

  • September 28, 2013 at 2:21pm

    Lol, Wat, I hear you. Honestly, though, I think what infuriates the likes of RJJ and Janet so much is that the one person they detest so greatly, Dr. Ron Paul, received more campaign funding from the military than all other establishment candidates combined! A pretty strong message that most in the military do not appreciate America’s role as the world’s police. If RJ or Janet were a touch more intelligent, they’d get the hint. Sadly, rational facts don’t get in the way of feelings or talking points. To them, it’s all about feeling better about themselves. They’ll listen to whoever will make them feel better. A sad, but telling symptom that encapsulates what’s wrong with the majority of so-called “conservatives” in America.

  • September 28, 2013 at 1:56pm

    There you go again Janet, with your disgusting fetish for fecal matter. You really do have some sick desperation in your life. Perhaps you’d prefer to speak with your local establishment republican delegate. He/She will be more than happy to pat you on the back and tell you you’re #1. After all, that’s what you’re more concerned with, feeling special. You need to be constantly told you live in the most awesomest country evar, and comforted and cajoled with traditional republican, establishment jargon.

    Just take comfort in the fact that your side represents 60+ years of failed, establishment, foreign and domestic policies that have racked up 17+ trillion dollars of debt and reaped a harvest of hatred all over the world. Your pal Reagan did his part in all of it too by tripling the national debt, passing gun control, cutting deals with terrorists and funding them, and not really do anything significant to cut the size and scope of the federal government. Ya, Reaganomics, lol, what a laughable joke. At least he had the common sense not to start any trillion dollar wars. Something that your pal Bush never really thought threw, perhaps because he was still in a drunken stupor left over from his college years.

    But w/e, HIGH FIVE! ‘MERICA’S #1!!!!

  • September 28, 2013 at 1:04pm

    Soybomb, once again the establishment neoconservatives fail to grasp the concept of the golden rule – a very conservative principle and a commandment from Jesus, himself. As usual, these hypocritical warvangelicals throw fits of hysteria when someone beats us at our own game, all the while engaging in acts of sabotage and subversion the world over.

    The worst part is that, fundamentally, they neocons are completely screwed up both politically and philosophically. They have convinced themselves (and are trying to convince those around them) that the libertarian principles of non-aggression are left-wing. They call us liberals for embracing the foreign policy of Senator Robert Taft (a.k.a. Mr. Republican).

    Not to mention that they all argue like a bunch of elementary school kids. They name-call, change/dance around the subject, and throw out straw-man and periphery arguments.

    They are incapable of thinking outside the traditional republican talking points. They are faint-of-heart and need to consistently pat themselves on the back with conventional neocon jargon. All the while telling themselves that their blessed USA is the most awesomest country in the history of awesome, and the only reason that ANYONE could possibly dislike them is because of their sheer awesomeness.

    Delusional to say the least.