User Profile: seemsew


Member Since: October 29, 2010


  • [3] January 22, 2016 at 11:32am

    I don’t think Cruz supporters are taking into consideration the uninformed public. I seriously doubt the intelligence of many to be able to know what all Cruz and conservatism stands for. Have you ever paid much attention to the “man on the street” segments which clearly shows how ignorant many people are when it comes to anything beyond their reality shows or daily lives. Even in Congress you have one that thinks an island will tip over if people go to one side and another who wants to bring back the flag from Mars. These are elected officials. So far I have talked to some who believe Cruz is “satanic” among other wild statements, and think I would be crazy to vote for him. When you have so many on food stamps and are recipients of other entitlement programs how many of those do you really think will be voting for a Ted Cruz? These people will not even grasp the Cruz plan or conservatism. Against Hillary or Sanders they will choose the Dem because they fear losing their checks. I work the polls and watch them plod in and vote D every time. A few will even ask, “what are we voting on this time?” These are rapidly becoming the majority and carry many precincts.

    If nothing else I do believe that Trump can and will restore some patriotism and pride in being an American…a good stepping stone back to the republic that our forefathers planned.

  • [18] August 23, 2015 at 10:51am

    At one time I thought Fiorina was one to watch and pay some attention to. NO MORE!! How can people continue to call Clinton such a smart woman?? She has shown her utter stupidity so many times that I’m amazed she doesn’t sport a dunce cap along with her Mao jackets. The very fact that she never seemed to even notice that some of her emails were classified, even though not marked as such, and taken action against whomever was responsible for mislabeling them shows how dumb and irresponsible she is. She cannot even tell a joke well. Speaking about “snapshot” as though she just thought of that catchy line ,then standing there with a self satisfied smirk on her face…she must truly think we are all total idiots bowing to her greatness.

    Carly did not help her dubious standing at all by piling so much praise upon Hillary. She just slipped down to the level of Lindsay Graham in my opinion.

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  • [1] August 21, 2015 at 11:01am

    If she’s a person with such intelligence and importance she should have known that info such as satellite positioning and drones needed to be classified and fired whomever sent that info to her as unclassified in the first place. What an outrageous and pathetic woman.

  • January 16, 2013 at 7:57pm

    Two big bruisers break into my house carrying AK’s. I have a sling shot with 7 pebbles. I lose. I suppose our lawmakers would say that this was “an unfortunate incident. Too bad…nothing we could do.

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  • November 15, 2012 at 10:39am

    Will someone ask why Christopher Stevens was meeting with the Turkish ambassador in Benghazi? Seems to me this should be question #1.

  • June 1, 2012 at 10:39am

    First question on KY registration is “are you a US CITIZEN and are you 18 years of age.”
    Must fill these requirements to go on.

  • March 11, 2012 at 3:04pm

    I would be interested in reading reasons why people on this thread actually prefer Romney, other than he’s the only one who can beat Obama…according to whom??? The Rep establishment and all the Liberals, including the increasing number on FOX, which seems to have dropped “YOU DECIDE” through this primary.
    Or Santorum for reasons other than his strong Christian values and he is a good family man, who has himself stated during one of the debates that in many cases he “had to go along to get along.”

    Now…here are the reasons that I like Newt.
    I like his wit.
    His vast knowledge of American history, and ability to throw out those “teachable moments.” He does not project any desire to rewrite our history…just teach it…the good and the bad. It is fact.
    His steadfast admiration for America and faith in the American people to work hard and succeed.
    His eidetic mind and ability to use previous events to help analize present day.
    No “boo-hoo” no one likes me. Just forges ahead, knowing not everyone has to like him.
    Not ashamed of his finances, but wants everyone to have the chance to succeed.
    Ability to admit to mistakes in personal life. They are fact and he has the strength to pick up and go on. Hope he gets it right this time.
    Able to say some business or political choices were wrong, or foolish. Pelosi/Global Warming.

    This last one Romney defends his healthcare to the last. Santorum constantly tells why I did it.
    Now, your turn.

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  • March 11, 2012 at 12:46pm

    Contraception…Have you noticed…Romney,as president, will not get involved in contraception. Santorum can’t quit talking about contraception.

    NEWT speaks not about contraception, but FREEDOM OF RELIGION.

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  • March 11, 2012 at 12:40pm

    A moderate Republican for Pres, and a closet Democrat for Veep. Yikes.

  • March 11, 2012 at 12:20pm

    Actually, I think many on this thread sound like Democrats. There are ways of showing disapproval other than being foul and just plain mean. All of the candidates have pros and cons and the voting people will eventually sort all of this out, and we will have a candidate to support whole heartedly. I will do this as I know the present direction is just wrong.

    Newt has more on the plus side than many want to admit. He’s made some errors along the way, but who hasn’t? I think it’s just dandy that many in Congress don’t care for him. I’m not convinced that Romney wouldn’t be a bit too progressive and lead us down the same road, only at a slower pace. Santorum is a fine person, but the “go along to get along” bothers me.

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  • March 11, 2012 at 12:08pm

    Hooray for Sen Inhofe, a man brave enough to buck the politically correct machine.!

  • March 11, 2012 at 12:03pm

    My, what classy ways of expressing your dislike for Gingrich.

    Personally, I like the way he is so comfortable with himself. Not only could he “take it to” Obama, but also he would be terrific in foreign negotiations, speaking and dealing with a divided Congress, and talking directly to a population of people who need to take pride in themselves and their country and get to work rather than asking for more free stuff. When there are only a little more than HALF of the population paying taxes THIS CANNOT GO ON!

    Many in Congress didn’t care for him before because he didn’t always go along to get along. I believe he could handle the job quite well.

  • March 10, 2012 at 11:24am

    And, who has the nerve and voice to point out this bigotry?? NEWT.
    If I were voting next Tuesday I would have to choose Newt Gingrich. First, I like him because he is so comfortable with himself. On the whole he presents himself as a calm, firm, deep thinking individual.

    Newt’s ability to debate….everyone agrees that he would be great against Obama. Well, yes, I agree with that, and I also take that further. He will be able to debate those in Congress, change their minds, and speak with authority and conviction to foreign country leaders. He can make sense talking directly to the people. I don’t care what he had for breakfast, I want solutions. And, finally, I think he could be inspirational to the American people and get them moving again in the right direction with pride and determination to be the best that they can be instead of listless zombies standing around with their hands out for a freebie..

  • February 1, 2012 at 10:30am

    I find it incredible and sad that there are no comments on this subject by now. Are people of faith going to allow themselves to become irrelevant? Look what happened during WWII when people of faith continued to believe that everything would be alright. You all better stand up in your churches and on the street, and be counted as people who will not allow their religious freedoms and rights to be dictated by this administration.

  • January 29, 2012 at 10:59am

    Which candidate really qualifies as part of the Establishment?? All a person really has to do is look at who is endorsing who. Who is carrying the water for Romney…the vast majority of the media, Bob Dole, John McCain, Megyn McCain (claimed she would “slit her wrists if her Dad endorsed anyone else), Charlie Crist, Billie Crystal, Brit Hume and many other left leaning Republicans.

    Now look at those endorsing Newt. Rick Perry, Herman Cain, many Tea Party leaders, NO MEDIA.

    I’ve really been disgusted with FOX lately. They are so obviously in the tank for Romney that it is sickening. I have not heard the “YOU DECIDE” for a long time…Just “WE REPORT.” They are becoming for the right wing Establishment exactly what the other networks have always been for the left wing Establishment. Not good. GBTV needs to be careful that they don’t also try to cram a candidate down our throats. Let us listen and make our own decisions for our own reasons.

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  • January 23, 2012 at 8:52pm

    Rush has more common sense than most on this site.

  • January 23, 2012 at 8:43pm

    On second thought…how about Palin as Secretary of Energy…would certainly dispel any talk about global warming. Then, Ron Paul as Secretary of Treasury. Away goes Bernanke and the federal reserve. West would be good as Sec of Defense. Sure too bad that Herman Cain hasn’t disproved the ladies and their stories because he would be great in the VP position.

    Talk about Rock the Boat…more like capsize.

  • January 23, 2012 at 8:29pm

    That would be a rich ticket. I would love it. For one thing it would drive the Establishment and the media absolutely NUTS.

    Fox has sure been in the Romney pocket through all of this. They have really tightened things up so that we cannot email comments to their pundits without being on Twitter, etc. Guess they don’t want to recognize the common Republican/

  • January 15, 2012 at 7:39pm

    I’ve never traveled to a rain forest. Are we absolutely positive that they are in danger, or is this more “global warming?” I think mostly Liberals are involved in this, and my suspicious mind is just wondering how valid all of this is. That which is in this article seems like more corruption on line to me.

  • January 13, 2012 at 8:15pm

    Oh, PLEASE. Deliver me from such nonsense.