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  • [1] June 25, 2016 at 11:33am


  • [14] June 25, 2016 at 10:12am

    She isn’t a Muslim, Coffeebuzz.

    I don’t like her at all, but facts are facts. She was born in Iran to an Iranian father and British mother. She attended Holy Cross Convent (a girl’s school) in England. And her husband is Jewish.

    Being factual is critical…

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  • [6] June 25, 2016 at 8:46am

    That’s true, Slayer.

    The Brits will recover from this very quickly – in fact, it’s started already.

    Here in New Zealand, we’ve been buying British money intending to profit from the pound’s inevitable return to its normal value (we tend to be a bit mercenary at times). This has resulted in NZ banks and currency traders having almost run out of British currency.

    And this, unfortunately, before I had a chance to get to the bank…

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  • [29] June 17, 2016 at 2:38am

    After some reflection, it seems to me that Mr Obama and his leftist fellow travellers had previously developed a plan to get rid of guns after the San Bernardino shooting. I believe that they felt they needed to be much better prepared to steamroller the nation. New slogans were thought up, gun control advocates were schooled, sound bites and talking heads were prepared, everything was organised.

    Then they parked this package and waited for the next tragedy to occur. I believe this is the case because of the lightning speed with which the gun grabbers sprang into action.

    And then it happened. A white-looking guy that hated gays shot up a night club to hideous effect.


    And the machine swung into action.

    Unfortunately, this was before he was proven to be a Islamic terrorist who promised more atrocities to follow. But it was too late to stop the push. They picked the wrong fight and the inertia is such that they can’t back away without looking foolish.

    And they don’t look foolish. They look dangerously naïve, if not stupid. They look like they care more about their idiotic ideology than they do about terrorists killing Americans – and I’m pretty sure that’s not the case, but they’ve trapped themselves.

    And in doing so, they have exposed themselves to public ridicule and given their presumptive nominee a huge black eye…

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  • [7] June 17, 2016 at 1:50am

    I agree with you, Soy. I can’t remember if this makes the sixth or seventh time in the last few years. Let’s call it the seventh time. :)

    I would only add that Mr McCain hardly stands alone in his culpability…

  • [14] June 17, 2016 at 1:36am

    Well that would be a good start, Oldguy, but that’s not the whole problem. That’s to say that the problem isn’t just illegals crossing the border to get jobs. Also, it isn’t just the river of drugs that is coming across border – although that is indeed a part of it.

    The main problem now is that America is clearly at war.

    Mr Obama once said that America would never be at war with Islam. Unfortunately, Islam is at war with America – and they mean business. They intend to kill you in the largest numbers that they can achieve.

    And your southern border remains wide open. The evidence that terrorists are coming across the border is abundant. According to Jihad Watch, ISIS has a base in Tijuana from which it is controlling operations.

    Most people in the southern states want Mr Trump to build a wall and close the border. He will get their votes.

    Meanwhile, Mr Obama and most Democrats are trying to persuade your people that this determined enemy can be defeated by disarming Americans. Just lay down your arms and surrender, then the problem will magically disappear.

    Can anybody think of a more ridiculously obtuse response to an invasion?

  • [2] June 17, 2016 at 1:05am

    Precisely, Defcon. And they don’t know when to stop – assuming such a thought would cross the administration’s mind.

    This is just great. If this continues in your country, then some time next year they will start it in mine. “Well, they’re doing it in America, so we should do it here”, will be the mealy-mouthed whinge.

    Unfortunately, our politicians possess a certain fiscal brutishness that one doesn’t often observe in the US…

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  • [11] June 16, 2016 at 5:49am

    Things are escalating.

    An “Islamic refugee” has been arrested with the plans to a New Mexico gas pipeline in her bag.

    Is the idiot in the White House still having trouble deciding what’s going on?

    Good grief…

  • [31] June 16, 2016 at 3:09am

    I would add, Ima, that if they don’t report an upcoming attack, they should be co-defendants and equally culpable…

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  • [44] June 16, 2016 at 3:04am

    That’s quite right, East.

    “Make it stop”?

    They sound like an eight year old girl who is pleading with her father about the pain after being stung by a bee.

    It’s just embarrassing…

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  • [25] June 16, 2016 at 2:59am


    Into this huge power vacuum mushroomed ISIS. It was initially also encouraged by the Obama Administration, CIA, and the State Department. Despite warnings from many in US Intelligence, things spun totally out of control.

    The worst psychopaths and savages gravitated to ISIS committing such atrocities that even al-Qaida was shaken and publicly disavowed them.

    Suddenly, the depraved leaders of ISIS, al-Nusra, and others, saw a chance of dominating the entire Middle East and, potentially, Europe with the creation of a Caliphate. And they unleashed their human weapons in that direction.

    Such is the law of unintended consequences. Mr Gonzalez can choose is the most culpable from that lot.

    Now America has been directly targeted. I warned a couple of years ago that these savages were coming to your shores and that they intended to kill you. I’m no Einstein; it was clear that they were inserting their fellow savages into almost every nation to recruit and generally prepare the way. They were also quite open about their intentions – but information about this was suppressed, and FBI anti-terrorism preparations were neutered.

    It has begun. It has started slowly, and this is only the beginning. To repeat my earlier forecasts; this will become a shooting war, first in Europe, but eventually in most countries. The first act of defence is to drop the ridiculous political correctness with which our enemies protect themselves.

    My friends; it would be wise to arm yourselves…

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  • [26] June 16, 2016 at 2:57am

    I understand this man’s grief, but he is going after the wrong people. Other organisations and people who should stand properly accused.

    This all began after 9/11 when the CIA and the State Department, amongst others, saw a chance to increase American hegemony in the Middle East at the expense of Russia. Even though Iraq wasn’t involved in the 9/11 travesty (and Saudi Arabia was), it was attacked.

    Now enter Mrs Clinton who remains a staunch supporter of this discredited policy. Mr Qaddafi was deposed and killed. At the urging of the House of Saud and Qatar, leftist rebels in Syria were supported with weapons and cash.

    Syria and Iran are Shia, and the rest of the Middle East is predominantly Sunni. This is why the Wahhabist Saudis pushed for more support, and why they poured money into the Clinton Foundation coffers while posing as western allies. It’s also why the facts about Saudi involvement in 9/11 has been suppressed.

    As the rebellion in Syria faltered, the Obama administration actively supported and shamelessly encouraged al-Qaida into the fight. Mrs Clinton routed weaponry from Libya into rebel hands through Turkey – another enthusiastic supporter who had the destruction of the Kurds uppermost in mind.

    The incompetence of the Obama Administration and the Clinton State department was directly responsible for the deaths of the four deliberately abandoned Americans at Benghazi.

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  • [1] June 9, 2016 at 10:24pm

    I enjoyed that, Marnin. Thanks for the smile!

  • June 9, 2016 at 9:59pm

    Don’t forget that a number of people said that they were “holding their noses” to vote for Mr Reagan. And then there was the enormous amount of flak that Mr Bush (43) took in his bid for the Oval Office – twice. The general thrust, one might recall, was that Mr Bush was an idiot who was unfit for the office of commander-in-chief to which he aspired. And then, when he was successful, how he had cheated; how he had stolen the election.

    The large amount of support that Mr Sanders has is why he was invited to the White House, and why he was apparently offered the VP slot in exchange for getting behind the Clinton campaign. At this point he has turned the offer down.

    I seriously doubt Mrs Clinton’s ability to prevail on her own merits, but if Mr Sanders changes his mind, that will be a real problem…

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  • [5] June 4, 2016 at 11:43pm

    I been sifting through various site lists extensively and I can find no list that has the Blaze outside the top ten. Not one – and that includes the sites that are relying on Alexa metrics.

    Would you be kind enough to supply the link for you similarweb information?

  • [9] June 4, 2016 at 11:11pm

    A total lie? That’s a bit strong, don’t you think?

    Example: Top 100 conservative websites for 2016: First; Fox News, Second; The Blaze.

    Of course you’ll say that it’s just one opinion.

    Here is another one with the visitor and page counts included: First; Fox News, Second; The Blaze.

    And you’ll say “Well that’s just two.”

    So why don’t you search “top conservative websites”? You’ll find that The Blaze is usually placed second and is almost exclusively in the top five. Even the factually-challenged Alexa put them at number four and number seven for 2014 and 2015 respectively.

    Oh, and calling someone a liar, and filling the air with bluster, doesn’t turn the truth into a lie.

    But then I guess you can’t be persuaded by facts, referring to the Blaze, as you do, as a “third rate blog”. I’ve noticed that those that hold the Blaze in contempt seem to spend rather a lot of time here.


    And my name’s not Stu…

  • [1] June 4, 2016 at 10:36pm

    Lol, Montana

    Here’s one of the little snowflakes…

  • [3] June 4, 2016 at 9:40pm

    Well, that’s the weirdest thing…

    First we got the story that was somewhat light on detail as Mastice noted. Then when I came back the story was much more complete and informative.

    And now it’s back to its original brief presentation.


  • [4] June 4, 2016 at 9:36pm

    Thank you, Tazzman, for that articulate and thoughtful response. I now feel quite enlightened having read that.

    I was so impressed with your insight that I checked your comment record and I found that all of your previous comments are equally incisive. You obviously spend an extraordinary amount of time considering the subjects apon which you comment.

    Well done! Keep up the good work…

  • [6] June 4, 2016 at 8:42pm

    Well, Mastice, since we made our comments the story has been re-presented, which makes us look a bit silly.

    Still, it proves my point about the danger of re-tweets.

    We are all going to learn a lot about dirty politics in this election…

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