User Profile: SpeckChaser


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  • August 31, 2016 at 12:06pm

    Never mind

    A liberal professor tried to float that argument with Dinesh D’Souza…didn’t turn out so well.

  • [1] August 31, 2016 at 9:47am


    “The blame goes to Hannity & Company — not to anyone who doesn’t vote for Trump.”

    If that is true, then those who support BLM are not to blame, only those who duped them into supporting BLM. I disagree with that.

    “Those who push that line do more to disaffect those who actually MIGHT vote for Trump…posts such as your first one do more to get me to vote 3rd party”

    I think we disagree because we have different perceptions of what we are facing as a country.

    IMO, a Hillary presidency is the end of the country. So believing that, it would be impossible for me to say, “well I know the country will end with Hillary, but every time I think I could vote trump, I hear someone saying those who don’t vote trump will be responsible for the country’s demise. And that make me want to not vote trump, and in turn end the country.”

    That is were Im coming from. And I can’t agree with your conclusion based off my understanding of what we’re facing.

    Now, if someone would like to make the case that we can somehow survive Hillary stacking the SC for the next 3-4 generations, I would love to hear it, but I haven’t heard anyone making that case.

  • [1] August 31, 2016 at 1:16am


    It really is unbelievable how so many don’t understand what is at stake. They talk about it like it is just another run of the mill election with their “we’ll get em next time attitude.”

    Is she wins there is no next time. It won’t matter if we have super majorities in the house, senate, and a conservative president. Any thing we pass would be overturned by the SC.

    All laws on the books that liberals oppose will be challenged and overturned by the SC.

    The very really possibility that the country as we know it ends forever is upsetting. I figured that it would be possible that it happens in my lifetime. However, i never imagined that if it did I would have to explain to my grandkids that our side was responsible for her destruction.

  • [2] August 31, 2016 at 1:06am


    “When the only point you can make to vote for your guy is “well, at least he isn’t hillary”

    Saving the country from garanteed destruction isn’t enough for you? What else do you need if for no other reason than giving the country a chance?

    A Hillary Clinton presidency where she stacks the Supreme Court is not survivable in the sense of the country as we know it.

  • [7] August 30, 2016 at 10:30pm


    As one who supported Cruz in the primary and also volunteered for his senate and presidential campaign, I too feel like I put a lot more time into politics than the average joe.

    But at the end of the day we have two choices. The country, as we know it anyway, ends or has a chance to continue.

    Trump very well may ruin the country. But if that is your position, you need to at least admit it is a position you arrived at based off assumptions you have made. And there is a chance, no matter how small you believe it to be, that you could be wrong.

    It’s the opposite with Hillary though. There are no assumptions or educated guesses to be made concerning her. We know what we are getting with her. It is a garantee. And no matter what anyone tells you, this country, as we know it, can not survive her stacking the SC for three or four generations.

    The example I give is if you had to choose between two people. One who says they will chop your hand off and one who says they will not, but you suspect they will anyway. Which do you choose? You know what you’re getting with one. You have a chance with the second, no matter how small you think it is.

  • [2] August 30, 2016 at 10:10pm

    One more funny observation

    Personally, I couldn’t care less about the thumbs up / down feature on this site. I know to some it’s a big deal, and that is fine.

    But I do think it is funny that you can make a post suggesting that people use less insults and more logical, well thought out arguments, and it get thumbs down from the never trumpers.

    If that doesn’t tell you everything you need to know…

  • [2] August 30, 2016 at 9:06pm

    Nero / chuck

    Hmm…so the people who elected trump in the primary would be to blame? Let’s see if we can falsify that argument.

    If Cruz, who I voted for, won the primary but lost the general because trump supporters stayed home and didn’t vote, you guys would blame…Cruz primary supporters?

  • [3] August 30, 2016 at 8:55pm


    Let’s see if we can falsify your statement.

    If Ted Cruz had won the primary but lost the general because trump supporters stayed home, would those who voted for Ted in the primary be responsible?

  • [1] August 30, 2016 at 8:50pm


    Just a friendly suggestion from one with the IQ of A 3rd grader…

    If you truly cant refrain from using insults in your post, at least make sure they are outnumber by logical, well thought out arguments for or against something. I think it will suit you well. Good luck.

  • [8] August 30, 2016 at 5:27pm

    Yep, and this is who beck and the never trumper are fighting to get elected.

    If Hillary wins, the blame will fall square on their shoulders.

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  • [38] August 30, 2016 at 5:22pm

    Beck, for whatever reason, is not accepting reality.

    To think that conservatives will somehow mount a comeback after Hillary stacks the courts for generations is unexplainable.

    If Hillary wins, the blame will rest solely on those never trumpers who are doing their best to elect her. It will be our end.

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  • [5] August 24, 2016 at 4:03pm

    The good thing about Austin is it’s surrounded by Texas.

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  • [11] August 20, 2016 at 4:32pm


    Correct. The governor did not even want Obama to show up.

  • [345] August 19, 2016 at 11:44pm

    This is the take away.

    When disasters strike, people want Republican Presidents to show up quickly, yet prefer Democrats presidents not even show up at all.

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  • [36] August 19, 2016 at 4:28pm

    For anyone keeping track.

    When the American people asked about this exchange, Obama lied…the ayatollah of Iran told the truth.

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  • [3] August 11, 2016 at 6:54pm


    Bill and Obama both made 2 appointments over 2 terms. The next president could make up to 4 in their first term.

    If liberals get a majority in the SC there is a very good chance you will lose your second amendment right.

  • [4] August 11, 2016 at 4:22pm


    Actually, would you explain how you think the country survives the next 30-40 with a SC that is liberally stacked by Hillary?

    I think if you answer that we could make some progress.

  • [4] August 11, 2016 at 4:11pm


    If the country falls, the responsibility will fall squarely on the shoulders of those who stayed home. Hillary cannot beat trump without our side sabatoging our candidate, just as Obama wouldn’t have beat Romney if the 4 million conservatives who stayed home, would have voted.

    Trump could very well end the country. But that conclusion is based off presumed assumptions. Hillarys destruction of the country is a garantee.

    The choices remain the same. The actions of those on our side will either enable the continuation of our country, or its end.

  • [7] August 11, 2016 at 3:35pm

    The truth

    No one is guilting you into anything, just presenting the facts as they stand.

    The country will not survive a Hillary presidency.

    Come November, your actions or inactions will lead to either the continuation of the country, or its end.I know that is hard for you to swallow, but the truth burns sometimes.

  • [19] August 11, 2016 at 2:54pm

    The truth

    I get it. Your guy lost and your upset. My guy did too…

    However, there are only two outcomes. The country will either continue or end. No more complicated than that. The choice is yours.

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