User Profile: SocialismSuxEveryday


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  • May 6, 2016 at 9:55am

    eda- what a ridiculous post. Your northern regionalism doesn’t fit with your pontifications. Your intellectual argument falls flat because the majority of people backing the Don are yankee sycophants and burnt democrat supporters. Independents that can’t vote for a honest conservative – not pseudo conservative neo cons. The dems want a lying neofascist, pseudo feminist, thieving corrupt socialist to run the country, the post GEN X want a failed marxist/socialist (I) running as a (D) to burn the House down, and the angry hoards want Trump- never a (R) – to turn the last 28 years around. The southern boarder is bleeding emigrants into the country. The welfare system is creating an entitlement mentality and government dependence class, the classrooms are spending a 1/4 or more of the time translating the lesson to foreign nationals here illegally. The health care system (ACA) has created a drug culture and blackmarket as well as costing a fortune to those footing the tab.
    And as far as racism… you seem to have a bit of fear and superiority for those that are foreign to you…

  • [7] May 6, 2016 at 9:28am

    zappa we finally agree on something.

  • May 6, 2016 at 9:13am

    That is what the normal person on the street would call, sexually confused mental illness gone wild.

  • May 6, 2016 at 8:30am

    Laws don’t apply to the emperor people. These are probably good democrats with a history of backing the party. Barry gave them a pardon to vote Hillary or Bernie. It’s only corrupt if a republican does it. A conservative would not do it.

  • [3] May 5, 2016 at 9:46am

    In retrospect both should have sat out during their tenure in DC. Fauxconservatism is liberalism.

  • May 5, 2016 at 9:43am

    The problem with libertarians is that they aren’t able to choose between people and principle. You can not say that you are for life and then say that it begins at birth, before it is a mother’s choice. You end up compromising your ‘truths’. If you kill a pregnant woman, you are responsible for 2 deaths, if a mom chooses to kill the baby it isn’t a death?
    That is the sole reason not to vote libertarian. That principle morass that devolves into mush. You can do anything you want without hurting someone else? That moves the goal posts every time. Without contending for the social evils and errant law, the libertarian thoughts just turn into contrarian thoughts.

  • [10] May 5, 2016 at 9:28am

    tex, I don’t have an issue at this point with Rush, but I agree with Beck and Levin comment.
    This primary has disappointed me in it’s process. The Republican party stalwarts had the same positions as the democrats. Common core, emigration, healthcare and every other big government grab bag they could reach.
    Cruz and Trump held out on emigration, but I think that too will fall away in the general. Cruz was the only one saying he would decrease the size and scope of government. Move to a simpler taxation that was NOT progressive and abolish the current IRS.
    The middle class is being consumed by government over reach.
    If Trump can reduce the size of government , I am all for him.
    The Biggest issue facing conservatives is climate taxation that is coming, digitalized currency(sounds like it is right out of the book of Revelation), and of course the market correction about to repeat when the Fed raises interest rates… after Oblamer is out of office. Set up for failure in the next election cycle. It may be time to separate from the union. Europe is about to implode over the EU.

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  • [26] May 5, 2016 at 8:49am

    tom- I have to agree with your conclusions. Sad to say it but ‘party over position’ mentality has gotten us where we are… $20Trillion in debt, $120Trillion in unfunded liabilities.
    That and I will not listen to the fox hacks any more. Nothing good has come of this primary, except for the truth of who the RNC actual represent (and the DNC). Not the people but themselves, these last 8 years have shown complicity with each other to loot the treasury and keep power. I will vote for the one that supports the most of my positions. I will never donate to a political party.

  • [-1] May 5, 2016 at 8:31am

    fit- now that my candidate is out of the running, it is vote for whom I hate the least, write in a non candidate or not vote at all. That is the conservative options.

  • [7] May 4, 2016 at 9:45am

    true- I don’t think that is 100% accurate, I think(like me) most people love or hate Hillary. They are not wishy washy in that regard. I think more people HATE Hillary more than they dislike Trump.
    Hillary has many more people that absolutely HATE her. Her history is terrible. Benghazi, was it incompetence or negligence at her State dept that got 4 Americans killed… we know it WAS NOT a video. Did ISIS exist and filled the vacuum of Gaddaffe loss of power prompted by the Arab Spring you supported or did your involvement create the vacuum and ISIS?
    We know she dodged sniper fire on the tarmac, a great right wing conspiracy put her husband’s semen on the blew dress, and all those women that brought charges against her husband were just gold digging whores and not feminists.

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  • [15] May 4, 2016 at 9:32am

    arty- the problem I have with the Trump candidacy is that he hasn’t a history in dealing with politicians that go against his efforts in a destructive way as Harry Reid… Playing ball with Republicans got us Boneless and Bitch McConnell who played ball with Barry, Harry and Nazi P. Now Ryan is in the pipeline, I doubt another conservative will get a chairmanship.The RNC corrupted the TEA Partiers that got into office and turned them to the dark side.
    I have never been a Republican. I have not trusted them for 40 years(with ample evidence). I will never be a Democrat because I can’t trust lying thieves without a moral compass.
    We have a cross road in our country that we will not challenge. Truth is not a viewpoint or a perspective. More than 33% of the country doesn’t participate in the work force. $20 Trillion debt and $120trillionish in un funded liability. A tax code that can be used as a weapon against political foes and be ignored for political allies(also the IRS gets the code wrong as much as right). A socially unjust and inexcusable dept of justice. An emigration program that is frozen and is used as a political football. Social programs that are defrauded daily and are not prosecuted for political reasons, school systems that unions run, a VA that unions run, both are fraught with to name a few.
    Now outside the country we have slapped allies in the face, bent over for enemies and are no longer the worlds only superpower.
    Third party time.

  • [11] May 3, 2016 at 6:55pm

    cafe- the north pole is larger, the south pole has more ice, the water still stops at the shore, green house gases are less, oil hasn’t ‘run out’ famine hasn’t struck the land and the only cannibalism is at planned parenthood.

  • [9] May 3, 2016 at 5:10pm

    cafe- well if all the dire predictions that were made 40 years ago had come to pass, maybe we would give global warming scientology a second look. But as it stands, the only thing that is evident is that it is a political treasure trove of would be graft and social behavior extortion. Follow the money…. who gets rich taking your property and freedom from you…. politicians and their backers.

  • [2] May 3, 2016 at 9:52am

    Movies are stories, not social petri dishes. Queens and fairies are in tales told to children of how life isn’t always fair or right. Not characters that are sexually confused and cross dressing. Homosexuality is abnormal. That means it isn’t normal or in every ones life.
    Movies are also to make money not social statements. It isn’t art as actors and the makers think, it is a story. If the story isn’t good, it fails to garner viewers that pay money to see it. People are tired and in some cases repulsed and offended by the gay content in movies they were not suspecting to see.

  • [10] May 3, 2016 at 9:40am

    This is more evidence that there is NO difference between Dems and Republicans. Just who gets control of the cash(and first dibs on looting). The treasury has been depleted for 16 years with NO effort to stop the bleeding out of the future. Boneless and McConnell are just as responsible for the $20Trillion debt from the Bush and Obama Administrations as is Obama is for the $10 trillion he add to the bottom line.
    TEA Party needs to separate from the Republican Party. Let the RNC fester on its own, the Dems are eating itself up with socialists… it will die or communize.

  • [2] May 3, 2016 at 9:29am

    slenderdud – goodness the times had to stretch to connect those dots… if this was so rampant, the apologizer in chief would be issuing warnings to the world that the Crusades actually happened IN THE LAST THOUSAND YEARS!!!! That Christians should be ashamed and disregard any atrocities committed by delusional criminal muslims in the name of ali baba mahomad or whom ever.

  • [3] May 3, 2016 at 9:20am

    “Nothing to see here folks, just move along.”

  • [2] May 2, 2016 at 6:40pm

    Maybe just maybe…. the story isn’t about how you make your privates happy… maybe gay sex isn’t any plot point…. just sayin’ most of the movies had little enough story to work with and you want to add a gay character to hit a quote or something? How about a decent story and acting all in one 120 minute film?

  • [7] May 2, 2016 at 6:35pm

    Most people don’t have a gay character in their lives… do all movies?

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