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  • July 30, 2015 at 10:54am

    I’m hoping we about 226 more Representatives that are “off the reservation”.
    (I wonder if any tribes found his reference offensive – you know, referring to the Federal Government telling a formerly free people where they were allowed to live and go, but some wanting to get out of that situation)

  • [2] July 30, 2015 at 10:45am

    There is no way to undo what Rolling Stone Ragazine did to these men.
    The law traditionally allows penalties that restore the two, Rolling Stone Rag and these three men, to their relative equality prior to the event that occurred, meaning the faked story.

    The remedial actions under the law require payment from Rolling Stoned to these three. If the total assets owned by Rolling Stoners Magazine are greater than an average citizens’ assets, then the law allows for a greater penalty to be assessed against the Rag.

    What does not need to be considered as heavily are the individual assets of the three to survive this kind of smear on character. It is a smear that will not ever be fully expunged.

  • [54] July 30, 2015 at 10:07am

    McCain, the Manchurian Candidate. Arizona, you work on taking care of that little problem, we’ll work on taking care of WhOrrin Hatch.

  • [4] July 29, 2015 at 3:52pm

    I voted for Mike Lee – and glad I did.
    I almost didn’t vote for him because in meeting with him and his campaign people, I could tell that he talked the talk, but wasn’t so sure he’d ever walk the walk. I really thought he’d get back to D.C. and then shortly after that would be making up excuses on why he wasn’t voting the way he should be, but would have been siding with WhOrrin Hatch. .

    Instead I see this Senator Lee grabbing the banner of liberty as an Ensign to draw others around, and not putting it out in some obscure unseen place, but run with it to the top of the highest hill and calls out for all those who love liberty and freedom to rally round him. Then we see people like Ted Cruz go with him and hold fast to the banner as well, It doesn’t matter that Mitch McConnell or Johh McCain point fingers from their penthouse Senatorial offices, built in the building without foundation, and who decry such men and women as these. In the end, These feckless imitations of men like Hatch will become historical dust, that will be blown away and forgotten with the cleansings that are coming their way.

  • [5] July 29, 2015 at 3:41pm

    The-Monk – in reading your comments, It occurred to me that there really was a much bigger impact in the twp previous elections that I imagined; more than the press would ever lead us to believe.
    First, it was something neither D nor R leadership saw coming. All they were looking for were more feathers for their nests.

    These sorts of things may be a precursor to getting current with “Justice Delayed” that has been the watchword under both the liberal R leadership and the progressive D Admin and leadership.
    That true Conservatives are now fed up with both House’s R leadership is daily becoming evident and hopefully in the very near future we may begin to see exactly what you are calling for, direct linking of the activities of corrupt Congressmen and Senators to criminal acts they commit, including the highest office of the Executive Branch.

    Corrupt politicians are not a law unto themselves, but answer to us, and if we had anyone left in leadership’s positions of power with any guts we’d see them bringing that watchword to the forefront “JUSTICE”. It would still make great summer time TV in hearings, resulting in trials and convictions.

  • [1] July 28, 2015 at 12:00pm

    Chipping away at cankles pillars. Great will be her fall.

  • [5] July 28, 2015 at 11:58am

    As a post Script – There were some LDS men who counseled me when I was ready to remove myself from the Scouting organization – given the direction the BSA was taking a few months back, what counsel will they now give LDS Church leadership should they decide to make a break, in behalf of the LDS Church?

    It is no longer a matter of advocating loving the sinner, but hating the sin. The BSA leadership now wants us to embrace a sinful and wicked lifestyle, one which we do not, and will not embrace as being acceptable in the eyes of God. If they collapse the organization of the BSA, which is what I believe the BSA’s leadership intended purposes were to begin with, then so be it. But the organization of my family will remain, along with those principles that guide us as a family. Boy Scouting once was a part of that support structure, but it no longer is. So we find other things to aid in our family for support. Why would I look to a structure for support whose foundation is in ruin?

  • [19] July 28, 2015 at 11:47am

    As a member of the LDS Church I was associated with Cub and Boy Scouts from the age of 8 through 18. I have since served as a volunteer leader for about 30 years now. If the LDS Church breaks ties with Scouting, I will not for a moment be opposed to that break, because of what Scouting has become, no longer a trail to manhood and to being a better citizen, employee, business owner, and father. It has become just another political bulwark from which feckless progressive idealogies can shoot their arrows and sling their stones.

    I take nothing away from the men and women who have earned their honors through participation and service in previous years with the Scouts. The acts of service and goodness carry with them an award far greater than the patch or badge which represent those acts.

    I know what a Scout is and the points of the law which guided them. I cannot tell what a Scout in future years will be, but the trend is sufficiently defined now that I know I do not want to change my life’s trail from the one that leads upwards, for the all too easy path leading downwards.

    Whatever value the Boy Scouts of America once brought into the lives of young boys, is now being swallowed up in the filthy and poisonous waters they are asking all to drink.

    If the LDS Church breaks their ties tomorrow, it will not be soon enough for me.

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  • [2] July 28, 2015 at 11:30am

    Jes goin’ fo a Skittles run?

  • [6] July 28, 2015 at 11:20am

    Chuck – you’ve been in D.C. too long now. Time to find a nice place in Florida where you can vote twice in local and New York elections.

  • [8] July 28, 2015 at 11:07am

    I’m with the lawyer on this one. I hope this idiot has huberous enough to do it.
    Has a nice ring to it, “The Daily Beast – another Trump-owned publication”

  • [24] July 28, 2015 at 11:01am

    Key word in the story.

    Build the border fence now…around the state of California.

  • [1] July 27, 2015 at 12:30am

    Ted – leading the polls at our place. And this is the very reason why.

  • July 27, 2015 at 12:27am

    New Orleans?? I thought they preferred confiscating their citizens guns.

  • [1] July 27, 2015 at 12:25am

    “trompudo” which means thick-lipped or blubber-lipped..
    Sounds like BO to me.

    Perhaps a competing dealership could hang-up a couple of illegal alien criminal and use them as pinatas.

  • [1] July 27, 2015 at 12:21am

    Donald T-man. I like your style. It’s honest and straight forward so far.

    We still have Cruz leading the polls at our place, but I like Trump approach so far.
    I think that’s the thing I also like about Ted Cruz, he’s straight up about it, and Mitch McConnell really it a jerk.

  • [8] July 27, 2015 at 12:03am

    Obama lecturing him on the problems with government corruption.


  • [58] July 26, 2015 at 11:13pm

    WhOrrin Hatch to the rescue. What a piece of work.
    People of Utah and of Tennessee, you’ve hosed the nation over.

    Ted Cruz, still leading the polls at our place.

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  • [23] July 24, 2015 at 1:22pm

    Regardless of whether or not Trump’s your man for Pres, you gotta just love the honest tack he takes with these boneheads.
    I also hope he wins his suit against Univision, but in the day when the Supremes think that they rule supreme and that they magically obtained powers to modify contracts dependent upon political connectivity and orientation, who knows where it will ultimately end.

  • [52] July 24, 2015 at 1:09pm

    My mother is about the age of this woman. The difference is that Mom packs heat. The other thing is that she is not only willing to shoot, but has indeed shot – accurately.

    A perp of colorless description was attempting to break into her basement. She heard, then saw him doing it, warned him to stop because she “was armed and will shoot”. He just kept coming in through the window believing he could overpower her once inside. As the first leg came through the window mom opened fire and hit the target. Mom doesn’t bluff.

    When the police eventually showed up it was fairly easy to track the colorless perp back to his place. They just followed the long blood trail to his doorstep.

    Mom has never been big on being a victim, senior or otherwise.

    BTW, we never walk into her home unannounced or without doing a lot of knocking and doorbell ringing first.

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