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P8riot

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  • [1] February 5, 2016 at 4:31pm

    @@Vespucciland

    BTW – that link will bring you to the actual registration card that Donald Trump signed to register as a democrat on August 6, 2001.

  • [3] February 5, 2016 at 4:07pm

    @Vespucciland

    First click on this link:

    https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/2298752-trumpvr2001.html

    Then please retract your uninformed rebuttal to my post.

    It’s common knowledge that Trump was a registered democrat – except among his supporters.

  • [-4] February 4, 2016 at 10:43pm

    Well said.

    BTW – I like a Rubio/Fiorina ticket :)

  • [-4] February 4, 2016 at 10:41pm

    BTW – for anyone who will respond “Gang of 8″ – let’s get this out now then:

    Remember Ronald Reagan? Remember the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.

    Ronald Reagan, the father of modern conservatism, took the exact path and stance Rubio is taking. Except Reagan actually granted amnesty!

    If you think that one issue excludes Rubio, then Ronald Reagan himself would not be conservative enough for you.

    Just as Reagan attempted to use amnesty to increase border security (but was eventually shot down by the democrats), so did Rubio:

    “While the Gang of Eight bill was still making its way through Congress, Rubio argued that it should be amended to include specific enforcement procedures preventing another influx of illegal immigrants. He helped negotiate an adopted amendment that would have roughly doubled the border-patrol force to 40,000 agents while completing 700 miles of fence on the nation’s southern border.”

    (Id – Same source as above)

    Again, even if you don’t like his stance on immigration – that one issue does not negate his lifetime of conservative values.

    One-issue voters are very dangerous… Donald Trump is exhibit A.

    As I said previously – Cruz is a strong conservative, but so is Rubio. Just sayin.

  • [2] February 4, 2016 at 10:36pm

    As I’ve said before… I just have to respond to all the uninformed people here who are falling for the talking points that Rubio is not a conservative.

    Stop regurgitating what you see in the comment sections and do a little research before you throw this election away to the democrats!

    At least read the following before you attempt to castigate Rubio as not pure enough for you :

    “This is a man who has a lifetime ACU rating of 98 out of 100. A man who has a perfect rating from the NRA in the U.S. Senate. A man who earned scores of 100 in 2014, 100 in 2013, 71 in 2012, and 100 in 2011 from the Family Research Council. A “Taxpayer Super Hero” with a lifetime rating of 95 from Citizens Against Government Waste. A man Club for Growth president David McIntosh called “a complete pro-growth, free-market, limited-government conservative.”

    “Across the board, Rubio’s stances, policy proposals, and rhetoric fall squarely within the bounds of traditional conservatism.”

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/429088/marco-rubio-conservative-record

    Of course, Cruz is a conservative as well. But it’s intellectually dishonest to try to cast Rubio out br saying he’s not conservative.

    And please, don’t even speak the name Trump in the same sentence with the word conservative. Trump was a friggin registered democrat until just several years ago in 2009.

    Support Rubio or not, I don’t care… But stop sounding uninformed by saying Rubio isn’t conservative. For cryin out loud!

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  • February 4, 2016 at 2:18pm

    @dumbugga

    Can you say Ronald Reagan? Next try to say Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.

    Ronald Reagan, the father of modern conservatism, took the exact path of Rubio. Except Reagan actually granted amnesty!

    With your logic, Ronald Reagan himself would not be conservative enough for you.

    Just as Reagan attempted to use amnesty to increase border security (but was eventually shot down by the democrats), so did Rubio.

    “While the Gang of Eight bill was still making its way through Congress, Rubio argued that it should be amended to include specific enforcement procedures preventing another influx of illegal immigrants. He helped negotiate an adopted amendment that would have roughly doubled the border-patrol force to 40,000 agents while completing 700 miles of fence on the nation’s southern border.”

    (Id – Same source as above)

    Again, even if you don’t like his stance on immigration – that one issue does not negate his lifetime of conservative values.

    One-issue voters are very dangerous… Donald Trump is exhibit A.

  • [1] February 4, 2016 at 12:34am

    Exactly.

    Nominate the most conservative candidate…that can actually win the national election!

    Rubio.

  • [10] February 4, 2016 at 12:29am

    I just have to respond to all the uninformed people here who are falling for the talking points that Rubio is not a conservative.

    What fools. Stop regurgitating what you see in the comment sections and do a little research before you throw this election away to the democrats!

    At least read the following before you attempt to castigate Rubio as not pure enough for you :

    “This is a man who has a lifetime ACU rating of 98 out of 100. A man who has a perfect rating from the NRA in the U.S. Senate. A man who earned scores of 100 in 2014, 100 in 2013, 71 in 2012, and 100 in 2011 from the Family Research Council. A “Taxpayer Super Hero” with a lifetime rating of 95 from Citizens Against Government Waste. A man Club for Growth president David McIntosh called “a complete pro-growth, free-market, limited-government conservative.”

    “Across the board, Rubio’s stances, policy proposals, and rhetoric fall squarely within the bounds of traditional conservatism.”

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/429088/marco-rubio-conservative-record

    Of course, Cruz is a conservative as well. But it’s intellectually dishonest to try to cast Rubio out br saying he’s not conservative.

    And please, don’t even speak the name Trump in the same sentence with the word conservative. Trump was a friggin registered democrat until just several years ago in 2009.

    Support Rubio or not, I don’t care… But stop sounding uninformed by saying Rubio isn’t conservative. For cryin out loud!

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  • [2] February 3, 2016 at 11:58pm

    Rubio 2016!

    I voted for Rubio several years ago when he was the Tea Party candidate… And I can’t wait to vote for him in November for POTUS!

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  • [22] January 29, 2016 at 7:35pm

    @galicant

    ehh – I think I’d rather call it “Obey the Law and Don’t be Stupid”

  • [168] January 29, 2016 at 4:16pm

    Moral of the story kids? Answer: don’t be stupid.

    Here’s a few life lessons this poor soul taught us all…

    Number 1: Don’t lead an armed takeover of a federal facility.
    Number 2: If you’re dumb enough to ignore lesson 1, don’t leave your compound to meet with the FBI.
    Number 3: If you’re dumb enough to ignore lessons 1 AND 2, don’t try to run from the police.
    Number 4: If you’re dumb enough to ignore lessons 1, 2, AND 3, don’t try to run through a road block.
    Number 5: If you’re dumb enough to ignore lessons 1, 2, 3, AND 4, don’t nearly run over a cop.
    Number 6: If you’re dumb enough to ignore lessons 1, 2, 3, 4, AND 5, don’t jump out of the truck and continue to advance the police officers with guns pointed at you.
    Number 7: If you’re dumb enough to ignore lessons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, AND 6, don’t reach into your coat pocket where your loaded 9 mm is waiting.

    Number 8: Don’t worry about the previous lessons because if you were dumb enough to ingore them all, you’re now dead.

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  • [23] January 29, 2016 at 4:03pm

    Oh brother.

    He was very, very clearly reaching into his pocket – the same pocket with his loaded 9mil.

    So, to recap. You are the leader of an armed takeover of a federal facility. After leaving the compound, you run from the police. You then nearly run over a police officer while trying to run through a road block. You are surrounded by officers with guns drawn. You refuse to stop advancing as they continue to have their guns drawn on you. You then proceed to reach into your coat pocket where your loaded 9mm is. Shots justifiably fired. You then reach again, shots fired, you’re dead.

    Now, let me use that same logic on you next time you comment on an article where a gang-banger does the same thing in the hood. Justifiable there, just as it is here.

    Moral of the story – don’t be stupid.

  • [11] January 27, 2016 at 1:21pm

    Dictator Donald!

    At least now we get to see if he was right when he mocked his own supporters and said they would support him even if he walked out and shot someone.

  • [1] January 25, 2016 at 11:02am

    I’m a Cardinals fan… and that hurt bad last night!

    But I have to give respect to the better team. Dang… still hurts!

  • [1] January 22, 2016 at 12:43pm

    The fact that my post is in negative vote territory is very telling.

    My very simple conservative principle of less government handouts is rejected. Hmm.

  • [-1] January 21, 2016 at 9:19pm

    Tithing between him and God – sure.

    Charitable giving – now that’s a different story.

    My reasoning is simple… Less charitable giving equals more government giving.

    Ted essentially said with his wallet that he’ll just let the government use our taxes as a charity.

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  • [7] January 20, 2016 at 4:03pm

    BTW – she is at a rally for Trump when she says that “it is time we have a commander and chief that will respect them [the military]” yada yada yada…

    First, as a Veteran myself, I do not for one second think that Trump respects the military. In fact, I think Trump is a moron for the following:

    “Donald J. Trump, who received draft deferments through much of the Vietnam War, told the author of a coming biography that he nevertheless “always felt that I was in the military” because of his education at a military-themed boarding school.

    Mr. Trump said his experience at the New York Military Academy, an expensive prep school where his parents had sent him to correct poor behavior, gave him “more training militarily than a lot of the guys that go into the military.”

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  • [90] January 20, 2016 at 3:50pm

    This is such a pathetic attempt to avoid personal responsibility – it’s just embarrassing.

    I can’t believe she just tried to blame the POTUS for her son punching his girlfriend in the face. Truly, this so dang pathetic it’s just sad.

    All respect gone for Sarah Palin. This is all on her son, no one else.

    This is literally the exact OPPOSITE of conservative values to blame society, the government, or anyone else but ourselves for our own failings. Reminds me of “Black Lives Matter” blaming crime on societal racism.

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  • [27] January 19, 2016 at 1:47pm

    I watched the video before reading the article… didn’t hear a lick of english – thought this was filmed in another country.

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  • [2] January 19, 2016 at 1:43pm

    “But he’s gonna build a wall, and it will be a great wall.”

    LOL – that was the best comment I’ve read all day!

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