User Profile: True American66

True American66

Member Since: October 13, 2010


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  • [2] February 18, 2015 at 1:49pm

    David, I’m sad to say that I agree with most of what you said. The only place I tend to differ with you is on the “American people are reluctant to stir ourselves” part…I believe that Americans are past ready to stir ourselves, but between the ignorance, apathy, and media purposefully hiding the truth from our masses, we have a populace that is in a self-imposed darkness on the matter. My fear is that when the time has no choice but to come, we will no longer have the ability to save ourselves.

  • [16] February 18, 2015 at 11:43am

    ..oh, I get it now…he has gay tendencies.

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  • [59] February 18, 2015 at 11:42am

    How can any pastor or church official believe that God condones gay marriage? From my understanding of the text, God wants us to love each other with all of faults, BUT he does not permit us to change His commands. He wants us to pray for them to be lifted from the sinful nature of the act; He doesn’t want us to excuse and celebrate it…am I wrong?

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  • February 13, 2015 at 3:02pm

    I’m sure this is a great story, but I just read that there are reports that 300 US Marines may be surrounded at al-Asad Air Base in Iraq….Obama’s going to get us all killed.

  • [33] February 13, 2015 at 1:15pm

    Speak for yourself. I’ve got the stomach for it and so does every single person I know…and that’s because every single person I choose to associate myself with are tried and true, red-blooded Americans.

    Americans have the stomach for it, you just wouldn’t know it any more because the media doesn’t want you to.

  • [2] February 13, 2015 at 11:29am

    #1 Love Song of 2015…Think Out Loud by Ed Sheeren
    Give it a listen, you won’t be disappointed!

  • [10] January 29, 2015 at 1:17pm

    I strongly believe that anyone who is opposed to Obamacare should not even check the box on line 61 of the 2014 1040 form.

    I have a 5th amendment right not to incriminate myself. By checking that box, I am giving information that can and will be used against me. My participation in commerce (working for a living) has absolutely nothing to do with my personal health decisions (whether to have insurance or not). Am I now guilty until I prove my innocence? I will not check any box associated with my health care decisions. If you are expecting a refund, they may keep some of it. I’m OK with that. I raised my exemptions last year just so they couldn’t hold that over my head. If millions of us do it, are they going to come after every one of us?…and if they do, how will they prosecute what they can’t prove or disprove?


  • [4] January 27, 2015 at 2:39pm

    The future!…but on another important note, what do you all think about this?

    As an American, I have a 5th Amendment right to not incriminate myself, right?

    I say, checking any box on the new IRS forms asking about my health insurance status could be used against me.

    I say, ALL AMERICANS, regardless of your health insurance status, choose
    to NOT CHECK ANY BOX OR ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE FOR FEAR OF SELF-INCRIMINATION. Once you answer the questions, you are defending yourself and we are all innocent until proven guilty. Make them prove we didn’t have insurance!

    #LEAVEITBLANK – Tweet it, facebook it, and spread it any way you can.

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  • [21] January 22, 2015 at 3:35pm

    I almost never comment, but this needs to be said. The dirty dealing going on inside the Republican party has just about forced me to give up on them. I will never vote for Jeb or Huckabee; I won’t even leave the house (and I’ve voted in every election since the ’80s) I MIGHT hold my nose and vote for Romney, but that’s a might. Paul is not trustworthy. After the way he “endorsed” McConnell and said nothing about what was done to McDaniels in Mississippi – NEVER. Personally, I want Ted Cruz and would donate, canvas, and spread the word anyway I could for him, but the establishment will undercut him just like they did to all the other conservatives.

    Can somebody start pushing the obvious choice with name recognition…JIM DEMINTT

  • December 19, 2014 at 2:19pm

    Please see my response to Louise above

  • December 19, 2014 at 2:09pm

    Strikes me as nothing more than self-serving brinksmanship. The truth is that Cuba is still a brutal, communist country that oppresses, starves, and impoverishes it’s citizens. WHY would we give that kind of regime credibility (even for trade purposes)? I never thought we should open up to China though either. NOW, their economy is so big no one will ever be able to stop communism there. Is America now saying that oppression, starvation, brutality, and human rights are not our concern across the globe? If so, then WHAT DO WE STAND FOR?

  • [26] December 19, 2014 at 1:43pm

    I am DONE with Rand Paul…what kind of conservative attacks another like for any other reason than to promote their own interests.

    For me, Rand Paul might as well be Elizabeth Warren at this point

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  • [21] December 9, 2014 at 3:43pm

    That isn’t a protester; that is a violent psychopath looking for an excuse to be violent without fear of being caught…and I wouldn’t be surprised if he belongs to a group that stages these reactions among protesters.

  • November 18, 2014 at 1:20pm

    Progressiveslayer… said “No subsidies to pay for someone else to have access”

    …too late, this is already happening and has been for years. In my locality, Verizon made a deal with the county to force citizens to pay something called the “PEG GRANT FEE” which is a tax on county residents to pay for the county “reserving” public access channels for future use and allow them to subsidize “low income” families. Keep in mind, I live in a county where the median income is $111,000, so you can just imagine how many “low income” residents we have. ( I don’t make that much, but I certainly don’t need the county to subsidize me) Although this is a bit different than net neutrality, it’s just a stone’s throw away.

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  • [-5] November 14, 2014 at 11:12am

    I always find it interesting how people need several, detailed, long, drawn-out “dialogues” to explain their non-belief. Why is it so difficult to explain? It seems to me that it should be very simple…if you don’t believe.

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  • [2] November 14, 2014 at 11:05am

    I think we all should pray very hard for their souls…

  • [15] November 13, 2014 at 3:24pm

    Never doubted him for a minute, but I’ll second that.

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  • [39] November 7, 2014 at 2:22pm

    So, Dad is a full-blown pervert, mom is a willing participant in his deviancy, and the children end up warped beyond all belief.

    I think there’s a case here for incestual pedophilia against a minor.

    Matt, once again, brilliantly written.

  • [2] November 7, 2014 at 2:11pm

    I have to disagree. Those people voting for Sarvis were motivated to vote as far from the Democrat as possible. They saw Ed as an “establishment guy”, but without Sarvis in the race would have probably held their noses and voted for Gillespie.

  • [7] November 7, 2014 at 1:51pm

    Robert Sarvis…the most despised man in Virginia, bar none!

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