User Profile: Tretka


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  • [3] September 12, 2015 at 3:22am

    I just can’t…I still just can’t believe that anyone would claim humans are causing global warming. Can we say we are not always good stewards of our land? Yes.

    I don’t know how to say this exactly, but, if we don not have the power to make it rain, or heal viruses with our own hands, or move lightning bolts…it means to me that weather and the environment is not something we were made to control, we can’t. And the world has been around for awhile…and here is the good part, we have not been industrialized for that long in comparison to the age of earth. Soooo….is it that through the ages that humans have been breathing, passing gas,and walking? Is that the issue Moonbeam?

    I wish he and all the other global crisis believers would wake up. He has ruined California and he is like the Jim Jones of this topic in the West. Why California voted for him over and over is beyond me.Arnold was bad but Brown is maniacal. What is he going to do when finally rains regularly in California again? Tax the rain water.

    I know there are genuine weather issues all over the world, as it was designed to be. But I sure would like to meet the human that can promise me that if I pay big taxes for my “footprint” that the whole problem they talk about will go away. IT WON”T.

    We need to be good stewards but we are not going to save the world from warming or change. What is so hard about understanding that?

    We certainly are making problems but mostly with each other.

  • September 9, 2015 at 8:20pm

    I am grateful to those that spoke what a lot of us know and many of us agree with. All I can say is that this is going to one place… our problem is we truly don’t know who are the good guys? who are the bad guys? and which ones just don’t matter? This is when discernment is really a gift.

    Stay calm, be prepared, and keep your powder dry until you need it-you will know.

  • [1] August 27, 2015 at 3:01am

    And here I was thinking I was the only one annoyed by Megan Kelly. But this annoyance is long standing with me. Being a gal, I can say with authority that she reminds me of the cute girl that uses her cuteness to get away with frippery. I don’t mind her questions, but you sure can tell when she is being a jerk. Her smirks are wearing and I often have commented loudly at the TV when she gets particularly jerky. She does it with everyone.

    I am still in shock, (seriously), that we are having a debate about honoring our borders and that we have to beg the Government not to let non-citizens stay here and live…and beg to not have to pay for all their stuff. Nice.

    If the U.S. were serious, they would pressure Mexico and make Mexico also refuse these people as they go back and forth with their babies that they have in hospitals in the U.S. because if the U.S. says those babies are U.S. citizens- are they illegal in Mexico then? Nope. You see (I am in a border state), they REALLY do go back and forth, they REALLY do send a lot of their money home, and if you go to ANY food bank line here in my state, you tell me what the demographics are in that long line.

    Quite frankly, all we need to do is shore up legislation to make it clear to the goof balls, build a wall (sorry…we can do it), and enforce what is on the books. It really is simple if you do not have another agenda. Ah that is the problem….the agendas.

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  • [8] August 18, 2015 at 12:07am

    Monk-I notice exactly this with some of my older Democrat friends. I kid them and tell them they can finally come out in the open with their socialist bents. They don’t disagree with me! But I also don’t think they understand.They really believe it. They also believe everyone is going to get their “stuff” and it HAS to be protected. Hello? I don’t try to reason with them anymore. They are too far gone.

  • August 17, 2015 at 11:59pm

    Your are right. My point is that he is mercenary and that demise of the U.S. is NOT in his best interest. That would also serve my interest (and yours?). And none of us should have ANY illusions that ANY of them care about us at all. It’s about who’s interests are closest to our interests for the country. Thus the preponderance of Trump and all the candidates.

  • August 17, 2015 at 8:34pm

    I know the owner of this web site does not agree with Trump. I have no idea if I would ever vote for Donald Trump at this point. I have said over and over that I am a Cruz supporter (female) and that Cruz says the same thing without saying it the same way that Donald does. But anyone that says they wish our borders were not being disrespected, is not truthful. Also, I too have doubts about Donald Trump, however, I have often heard “you are on one side or another” ” you are, or you are not”. My personal opinion is, I am for the U.S., I am sick of hearing how bad we are, I am sick of loosing our resources and our industries, I am sick of what my own family has been through. So….right now, if Donald follows through, would he not be protecting our interests? The question is, who is he really? Well, I have actively followed his highs and lows since 1979. I have said he is a mercenary in some ways, however, he is an AMERICAN business man. Why would he NOT want us to succeed? Socialism will, in the end, kill his legacy. I believe for his family AND HIS OWN NAME, he is about legacy. Don’t we all want that?

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  • [1] August 11, 2015 at 12:10am

    There is a time when we need to understand when we are in the arena with those less honorable. If you find yourself in that arena that is when you decide if the battle is worth the war. Problem is because we are still confused about when to hug and when to stand up and say “oh heck no!”….this kind of behavior will continue. I am not just referring to this Bernie Sander’s thing-we are all doing it.
    Bernie does not even understand that he had rights. He gave his to the state. That’s the issue with Bernie. The stage belonged to those angry women as much as it did to him. How scary.

  • [11] August 10, 2015 at 11:47am

    And that mates…is that! Precision, training, awareness, ground intel, marksmanship with a gun..saved lives in the hands of the right person. Thank you soldier. We will never be able to personally repay you but thank you forever for what you just did.

  • [2] August 9, 2015 at 8:22pm

    Whoa, I can’t pass this up. Bush, I am a woman. You were a scared little boy on that stage. I am for Cruz, and I don’t hate Donald at ALL. Man oh man, please, America, DO NOT VOTE for Jeb Bush. Donald Trump is helping in ways NO ONE has talked about because they will get accused of agreeing with him.

    For my money, Cruz says the same thing as Donald Trump, in a much more dignified way and yes, Cruz is a statesman, and an intellect, however, he has little backing in the overall machine and as far as we know same goes for Donald Trump (and Rand Paul on certain issues). So remember, a rogue is defined by the group that surrounds them and the prevailing issues.

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  • [5] July 26, 2015 at 8:13pm

    Man, oh man….this so burns me. How is it that standing for the rules is sanctimony? I mean, what a lie. And what a farce congress is, seriously. Again, people won’t see the rabbit hole and follow our boys right down the hole. I sure wish Americans as a whole understood what SHOULD be happening. I hope the ones that do show up to vote,I pray for that.

  • [3] July 26, 2015 at 8:06pm

    I would like an apology from them for Obama. Boy are they joke.

  • [6] July 26, 2015 at 5:12am

    You know what is important about what Cruz and Paul do? Americans get to see what real stand up is. Both of them know they are up against a vicious machine and they know it is going to take decades to right the ship. But they keep on standing and ringing the bell and each time one more person and then one more person will hear the bell.
    This is going to be a CRAZY election AGAIN…EVEN MORE SO. Someone above mentioned popcorn and I am all in.

  • July 26, 2015 at 5:03am

    I agree.

  • July 26, 2015 at 5:00am

    Iwontell-I was referring without reference to the progressive globalist type “Democrats” that reign supreme right now and the American Democrat of old. I agree with you. I have been voting since 1980 and have not found one either.

  • [1] July 24, 2015 at 7:28pm

    I just put my $$$ where my mouth is with Cruz and Paul and Walker campaigns so before the bot comments start I thought I should let people know this prior to my comments:

    Donald Trump’s real hay days were in the 80′s. It was a time when the left was aggressively trying to work up to taking back the White House. However, there were still some TRUE Democrats left. There are many MODERATE REPUBS now that reflect what we knew as a Democrat then. Donald Trump, maybe just maybe, saw the changes in the B.Clinton era and he finally saw the light as to the future of business in 2007, thus his public support for Republican candidates starting about then. He is a developer.

    So…..that’s my take. This is called being informed and fair.

    Of course I really have enjoyed all of the GB productions over the years (also put my money into it all, because I believe) but the hysterics over the Donald is wasted energy. Can we not please lift Walker, Paul, or Cruz up 24-7 instead??

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  • [1] July 20, 2015 at 10:06pm

    The Blaze has not missed out trumpeting the Donald hysteria I guess and frankly, honest conservatives in Arizona disgusted with McCain’s performance have a hard time not agreeing with Donald due to the hypocrisy of McCain. McCain is not conservative folks, hello? Maybe if those who are so upset about Donald getting press, would STOP TALKING ABOUT IT, that would help. Relax all, just relax…we have a long road ahead of us.

  • July 19, 2015 at 10:30pm

    We shall see…

  • July 19, 2015 at 8:35pm


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  • [1] July 19, 2015 at 8:34pm

    He is not so far my pick, but , could it be he is a mercenary developer that worries so much about his own future, he is willing to get out there and do something about it? I am looking into him, to see if there is something SO bad it crosses my value line. I think it’s interesting how both establishment parties are slamming him. Trying to figure out the theater.

  • [6] July 19, 2015 at 8:29pm

    Ahhhhh so interesting, no? I have said on this site who I will support, HOWEVER, the Donald is actually calling out the spin on McCain. The camp hates it. The camp hates the truth. The camp hates the truth so much that they support McCain, who called the teaparty folks “hobbits” on the floor of the senate. How stinking disengenious can you be? The camp ignores polls sent by mail unless you give them money…..and btw, Donald Trump is a mercenary in business more than he is a socialist. Truthfully, he does not like to deal with the social issues unless it benefits HIM. I am not saying this as a negative. I worked with developers all my life, I know them. As a developer he has wins and losses. But I will say, at least he stands undaunted by the camp. And frankly, if we do not rally, he’s right, Bloody HIllary will win.

    And to be real honest, I have doubts about my guys too. But…heretofore, they are not off my list yet.

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