User Profile: RedheadPam

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  • [-2] September 28, 2016 at 1:35am

    Beck has the right to be upset with Cruz. After all, Beck invested a great deal of time and money in the candidate as well as his faith.

    Today I wonder whether the new Cruz is going to be the true Conservative principled individual. Did he sell himself to the devil, joining the league of politicians in the manner of If you can’t beat them join them? Does he still think it was worth the effort to stand up to McConnell? Will he stand again and be falsely blamed for shutting down the Government? Or will he be more like Marco Rubio who ran as a tea party candidate then joined the Gang of 8 and tried to pretend he was more Conservative then Cruz?

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  • [-4] September 24, 2016 at 2:04am

    As a Cruz supporter, I, too, am very disappointed in Ted’s endorsement. I will not vote for any of them for President. I still question Trump’s mental stability to not launch a nuke or other attack on a country should the leader call him or Melania a bad name or speak inappropriately of the narcissistic one.

    In as far as Ted’s decision, perhaps, he wants to move on from the horrible experience of being taken to court in every state for having been born in Canada; having his wife used by His Smallness the Trumpster; having his father accused of assassination of Kennedy; having been accused by David Pecker’s Enquirer and Trump for having five affairs; having nearly been thrown off the stage at the convention for not endorsing His Smallness; being told he would be the blame should Trump lose; and having the Fascistic party bosses threaten penalties for not endorsing the One; and there are many other possible reasons. Again, I disagree with the decision, but I can see why he did what he did. Cruz, perhaps, doesn’t know that Trump could be worse than Hillary with all of his unknowns and lack of follow through on promises.

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  • [2] September 3, 2016 at 1:48pm

    As I tried to write earlier, should Trump lose it won’t be Ted Cruz’ fault but rather Fox and Limbaugh.

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  • [1] September 3, 2016 at 1:47pm

    I just had one unapproved, and it wasn’t anti-Beck, but many people posting here are.

  • [1] September 3, 2016 at 1:43pm

    Someone asks here “What does this have to do with Trump”. http://www.redstate.com/sweetie15/2016/09/03/media-giant-rupert-murdoch-roger-ailes-made-trump/
    It seems Ailes pushed Trump on Fox from the start and gave him more air time than all candidates in the past. So, it is not Ted Cruz’ fault that he did not endorse Trump should Trump lose, instead, it will be Fox and the morning Trumper Room Humper Trumper Time host and golfing bud of the Trumpster, who claims to not endorse during the primaries; yet, he sang his tune everyday day for three hours.

  • [1] August 29, 2016 at 1:12pm

    Have fun chewing on your New York values.

  • [38] August 28, 2016 at 3:34pm

    Cruz never made the grade because he isn’t insane. The people voted INSANITY this 2016.

    Leavenworth Cankles vs. Bellevue Don “His Smallness”

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  • [2] August 26, 2016 at 2:18pm

    Is this Trumpter saying that Trumppeteers will revolt when their candidate doesn’t build the wall when Congress doesn’t pass appropriations?

    Personally, I will pass when one has to count on a one man plan. I vote NONE OF THE ABOVE. But, the Leavenworth Cankles vs Bellevue Don “His Smallness” match will continue. And, as Sarah Palin once said about another event, “Let Allah sort it out”.

  • [12] August 22, 2016 at 11:33am

    Despite Trump surrogate attempts to have him speak via teleprompter, this twittering and sparring with Morning Joe shows the real reality show.

    This election is still a boxing match between Leavenworth Cankles vs. Bellevue Don “His Smallness”

  • [1] August 18, 2016 at 1:36pm

    Regardless of three great speeches written by Stephen Miller, Trump is not the person in the speeches but rather the reader. The way he acted after the Convention in his dealings with Ted Cruz reminded me of a man who shot a burglar, and once the burglar’s heart stopped beating plugged him again and again for the sake of revenge.

    I will abstain from voting the president slot as this race is nothing more than a boxing match where in one corner is Leavenworth Cankles and in the other corner is Bellevue Don “His Smallness”

  • [1] August 1, 2016 at 4:09pm

    To all my dear Trumper responses

    No, I would never vote for Criminal Hillary.

    But, if left unleashed, the Cruz Crucifier Don the Trumper, His Smallness, as a leader of the free world would pick a fight or war with ever little country who said anything negative about him due to his major narcissistic personality flaws.

    I am, therefore, withholding my vote until the time when the Trumper starts acting like a leader instead of a loon. Having to counter everyone with a “punch back” for what is said is not presidential. Keep him to principles and issues or hire a minder for him.

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  • [1] August 1, 2016 at 12:30pm

    Not under any circumstances could I vote for Hillary; yet, Trump will have to win over the Cruz conservatives before I cast a vote for him. Right now I am wondering whether we can trust this loose canon with the nuke codes. He exercises no restraint whatsoever. And, I think he could have countered Khan without inflicting more wounds on the Gold Star family. I am wondering whether or not he respects Gold Star families any more than POW’s whom he trashed while going after McCain.

    All in all, perhaps Trump needs a minder; otherwise, most of us conservatives will vote none of the above.

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  • [-1] July 30, 2016 at 12:41pm

    Without voter ID it is easier to vote early and often. If 100% of Republicans vote for trump, the Dems will find just the number of votes needed for Hillary to win the election as they did for Al Franken. I doubt Trump can possibly win even when he brings forth more Hillary crap; but, I will still vote down ballot and wash my hands of either the criminal or the looney tune clown, who may have had an agreement with McConnell, Rince and the Rinos to smash and rid the conservative wing of the party by going in with the Trumpster. Without a motive, a normal individual would not go on and on about Ted Cruz after winning the nomination.

  • [4] July 23, 2016 at 12:47pm

    Trump acts as if he doesn’t know he won the party’s top spot and is still fighting a war against Cruz (Leave things alone and win the Presidency). Levin is the only one to show the clip and emphasize that Trump broke his pledge on March 29th. How many times did Cruz notify Donald that he would not endorse him?. Is this some agreement with McConnell to take out Cruz, or is Trump going bonkers?

  • [1] May 27, 2016 at 1:00pm

    Unfortunately had America not used the bomb, we would not be the America we are today as the Japanese would have sacrificed more to defeat us and the war would have gone on much much longer. Obama does not seem to know much about the bombs dropped on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii — Oahu is supposed where he lived but I guess his crowd was not influenced by the loss of lives there as he probably had little respect for the vets then as he does now. Do we still Remember Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7th? I don’t find any station, including Fox make a big deal of it.

    It is so hypocritical that McConnell’s go along boy Corker and the Trumper’s wonder VP possible nominee made the rotten deal with Iran to allow them to have 2 billion and procure their nukes via making the treaty clause irrelevant. Just as is is not is, agreements with foreign nations are no longer treaties . Guess Obama just likes Shea and Shariah.

  • [2] May 23, 2016 at 4:11pm

    My guess is that this is a McConnell pick. Certainly it is in line with Obama since Corker allowed the Iran deal to pass. Perhaps, the next pick will be one of the other senators that McConnell favored over the tea party. Why not continue to work for a one party system? If not, why work to put McConnell friends in charge?

  • [5] May 21, 2016 at 4:14pm

    Hey Baldhead Trumpster “Is is not Is”,

    The public can only go by what has been published, and the amount was $6 million. And with Roger Stone and David Pecker’s National Enquirer in charge, we’ll have nothing but a propaganda ridden administration.

    Noticed you didn’t have anything to say about Trump ignoramus ditching the last debate. Perhaps, that would have put on display this empty vessel.

    Whereas he may be favorable to Hillary or Bernie, Trump is a pathetic choice for President.

  • [6] May 21, 2016 at 1:02pm

    Everyone who was behind Ted is now being asked to fall in line so we don’t get Hillary. Will the Trumpus ignoramus refuse to debate Hillary, and will Hillary humiliate The Donald by pointing to this “Cut and Run Vet event” where the money was only partly distributed?

    Should he be elected, I dare say that Mitch McConnell and Harry Reid will be running the Country and choosing the justices and everything else. The wall will very seldom be even talked about. The people will be so disgusted that we may have more than what The Donald threatened if he was not the nominee. Good luck to liberty, the Constitution, and a civil society with Trump, Hillary, and Bernie.

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  • [1] May 15, 2016 at 1:46pm

    At the time Beck went to the border to pass out Teddy Bears, I dumped my subscription, which I now have through Verizon.net. Ted Cruz and Louie Gohmert went down there at Beck’s invitation (not the Government’s and a private charity). As I recall, at the end of the day Cruz praised Beck for his compassion, and then told him that now that they have some new goods the illegals needed to go back home. I, thus, became a Cruz fan as Cruz assessed the situation and then said to send them back unlike the rest of them who want touch-back, Gov to deal the 11 million who are here illegally, etc., etc. So, you see this Teddy Bear stuff is crapolla in Cruz’ case. Google it yourself.

  • [-2] May 15, 2016 at 1:30am

    I am seeing that the problem with Cruz is that he was a Republican in the true Conservative and Constitutional sense. So Trump destroyed Cruz in making up personal crap about affairs, Heidi, and Cruz’ father.

    Trump is a true no-nothing clown, unprincipled, mental five-year-old Democrat who will govern as a lefty equivalent to Bernie. But, that is what we got when we failed to rally behind Cruz.

    So, dear loser Romney wants a third party; however, his choice of Kasich is a laugh as Kasich said of himself during the debates that he, Kasich, should have been running on the Democrat ticket.

    Can’t the Republicans build a platform based on Conservatism and the Constitution and support a candidate that believes in the same? I guess this is too much to ask in the days of buffoons and reality shows.

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