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  • [2] August 28, 2016 at 5:18pm

    Well. That was an interesting … article.

    The author is kind of rude though, like Trump is and his fact about unemployment being 4.9% is fiction. Yeah, he can use parameters he likes, but the ones I look at tell me the percent of people out of the work force and we have to go back to the Jimmy Carter years to see equal numbers.

    Trump DOES have a Progressive, unconsitutional health care plan though. I DON’T Like it.

    I am also disappointed to see the success of Trump. We are in a bad place.
    I don’t want a “mechanism”. I want policy.

    What exactly will Trump commit to and how can we trust him? He DOES flip flop as much as Hillary and just as her view on the definition of marriage changes when she is not running for office and just as she insisted that she had no intention of running for president, Trump’s word are only words. He alters his narrative … sometimes within hours, sometimes within days and sometimes within weeks.

    I honestly don’t know how anyone can trust either. Trump is a con man and Hillary is a Woodrow Wilson, Margaret Sanger, Saul Alinsky early 20th century Progressive.

  • [2] August 27, 2016 at 8:34pm

    The guy doesn’t know how to say things.

    It would have been better if he made his point after he showed some sympathy as in
    Incredibly sorry to hear about this and to see these children lose their mom.

    Another tragedy brought to America by people who don’t respect the lives, rights, property and liberty of others to live their lives peacefully. Criminal culture infests another neighborhood.

    There seems to be a pattern in that every community where these unaccountable criminals, who feel entitled and who are completely irresponsible live is among a voting block that moved to the Democrat Party in the 1930s and has stayed there with bad results, who live in a Democrat Party principled community with Democrat Party principled poor schools, with Democrat Party maintained low opportunity and much discontent & anger, but many don’t vote and many hand over control of their town, city and schools to Democrat Party every time with the same results each time. The Democrat Party needs to be rejected.

  • [1] August 27, 2016 at 7:48pm

    Understood. Yes Dan. Absolutely. I am just referring to the usual predictable circus where Democrats make a huge issue out of asking Republican SC nominees if they will honor precedent (to protect their previous successful Progressive exits from Constitutional law) and the hypocrisy in the fact that if they really respected precedent they would not be “investing” in or “funding” things and establishing programs that they have absolutely no authority to.

    SOme State Constitutions protected the right to keep and bear arms before the US Constitution was written.

    When the US Constitution was written and before the Bill of Rights was added, Alexander Hamilton explained the right to keep and bear arms in the Federalist Papers (written to explain the US Constitution). He was clear on the existing right to keep and bear arms and spelled out why.

    Hamilton wrote ” If circumstances should at any time oblige the government to form an army of any magnitude that army can never be formidable to the liberties of the people while there is a large body of citizens, little, if at all, inferior to them in discipline and the use of arms, who stand ready to defend their own rights and those of their fellow-citizens. This appears to me the only substitute that can be devised for a standing army, and the best possible security against it, if it should exist. “

  • [3] August 27, 2016 at 6:16pm

    It is political strategy.

    The Republican Congress had Obama as the Communist goalie to block Republican legislation while Obama had the Republicans blocking Progressivism ….. in some cases..

    If Hillary Wins, A Republican Senate will be necessary to block her “Progress” and and they will help when it comes to somewhat keeping her Supreme Court nominees to leftist instead of far leftist.

    If Trump Wins and Democrats control the Senate, they would force him to make a deal and put moderates on the bench.

    I don’t trust Trump to choose great SC justices though. I don’t trust Trump.

    If Trump agrees to let Ted Cruz lead & have final approval on his committee for SC nominees, I may have to consider that deal.

  • August 27, 2016 at 6:06pm

    I regard Toomey as a Conservative accountant because that seems to be his focus. Accountable spending. He has not been any real concern in regards to the 2nd amendment, but sometimes talks like a blue state Republican sometimes feels they have to.

    PA is a tough state because Philadelphia, the city where our Declaration of Independence and Constitution were written and adopted is now a city where those documents are strongly opposed, so it votes heavily Democrat and that is too strong for the rest of the state to overcome in Presidential races.

    Just as Nevada has Vegas, PA has Philly to reject American principles and Constitutional law.

    It is very tough for Republicans to win in that environment, but not only shall the 2nd amendment not be infringed, the PA constitution states “The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned.” and the NV constitution states .“Every citizen has the right to keep and bear arms for security and defense, for lawful hunting and recreational use and for other lawful purposes.”.

    Whether Trump or Hillary wins the election, The Senate MUST be in Republican hands to advise on Supreme Court nominees. The Democrats will cry about honoring precedent because they don’t want to lose their past Progressive victories, but they will never honor the oldest legal precedent which is the US Constitution.

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  • [2] August 27, 2016 at 5:33pm

    He sure isn’t recognizing the dead buried at Gettysburg and in other union cemeteries
    or the principles put forth in our founding documents
    or those who risked and sacrificed their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to enable, create and leave us those documents
    or the Millions who vote against the (D) party of containment and dependency
    or those who live as separate but equal station in life, rights respecting, property respecting, life respecting, liberty respecting individuals who only ask that each other citizen lives by the same American code to keep our AMERICAN PEOPLE in less need of masters and more free
    AND he’s NOT respecting the fact that criminal behavior draws police and resistance draws response and that the criminal, not the police is responsible.
    He is not respecting the fact that he is incredibly wealthy because he is good at playing A GAME and that merit got him there just as accountability gets people in trouble with law enforcement.
    The person in the mirror is who you are. Make that name earn respect. Heritage does not matter.

    The people have the power to shut him up by not watching his team play until he apologizes, but looking at our two presidential candidates, holding people accountable for their actions is apparently not high the list of priorities for Americans
    and people will watch him just as people voted for and will vote for the two unacceptable candidates.

  • [4] August 27, 2016 at 6:40am

    Saying “a report from the Southern Poverty Law Center” is like saying “a report issued by George Soros …”

  • [1] August 26, 2016 at 8:59pm

    Same room?

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  • August 26, 2016 at 7:36pm

    I never paid a lot of attention to Jones, but the BS infidelity narrative that he and Roger Stone advanced and accused Cruz of told me that they have no credibility and that their word is about as good as Trump’s is.

  • August 26, 2016 at 7:29pm

    Ted Cruz is different though AND it is not about Ted.

    It is about those of us who did not just stay disgusted for 8 years or longer, but who went to the TEA Party Rallies all the way in DC, got involved, ran for offices or committees, worked for campaigns and primarily for principles and I could go into a lot more detail when describing the efforts made to fix this country and put the right people in office and along comes this absolute BS artist and runs a con man narrative using all of the grievances and he tells people who are angry and disgusted what we want to hear and the people who became Trumpsters bought the whole thing while the rest of us see a BS artist that we all opposed and are now stuck with because all of us who opposed Trump were divided into groups smaller than the Trump Train. We have seen TV and radio “conservatives” jump ship and support this BS artist. We have no confidence in BS artists. TRUE that he his not Hillary, but what IS he? He has supported Bush 41, Bill Clinton, a gun ban, Hillary, Harry Reid, Rahm Emanuel and other Progressives. He is CURRENTLY in favor of government paid healthcare and the mandate. He promised mass deportation, yet his above comments say NO. It is not a hard decision between him and Hillary? How do you know?
    It seems like choosing between mud and grease or grease and mud to clean your clothes with!

  • [4] August 26, 2016 at 4:58am

    Red State points out a few of Trump’s self opposing comments today. Remember that Trumpsters supported the mass deportation Trump. In these comments he shows another flip flop side;

    From Bloomberg June 2016 .. Trump said ““President Obama has mass deported vast numbers of people — the most ever, and it’s never reported. I think people are going to find that I have not only the best policies, but I will have the biggest heart of anybody,” Trump said.
    Pressed on whether he would issue “mass deportations,” Trump answered: “No, I would not call it mass deportations.”
    From twitter (Trump) in 2013 “Congress must protect our borders first. Amnesty should be done only if the border is secure and illegal immigration has stopped.” AMNESTY!
    Trump to Larry King 2013 “Trump: They’re doing a lot of jobs that I’m not sure that a lot of Americans are going to take those jobs. And that’s the dichotomy, that’s the big problem. Because you have a lot of great people coming in doing a lot of work and I’m not so sure that a lot of other people are going to be doing that work. So it is a very tough problem.”

    Trump explaining his views on Mitt Romney’s loss to NewsMax “He had a crazy policy of self-deportation, which was maniacal,” Trump said. “It sounded as bad as it was, and he lost all of the Latino vote … He lost the Asian vote. He lost everybody who is inspired to come into this country.”

    Who is Donald Trump?

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  • August 26, 2016 at 4:17am

    Shut the mic when the other candidate is speaking.

  • [14] August 25, 2016 at 8:28pm

    It’s like this:

    Trump is a liar and a con man. DO you get that?

    When you hold just about every position, it is pretty hard to not be right about everything at some point.

    His opinions and promises change according to who he needs to make the deal with. THAT is his current mission and his narrative adjusts to it.

    Ted Cruz didn’t have a narrative. Ted Is Ted no matter who he is speaking to.

  • [24] August 25, 2016 at 8:24pm

    In Trump it is absolutely and logically impossible to trust!

  • [9] August 25, 2016 at 8:16pm

    The Blaze TV and OANN (One America News Network) are better.

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  • [4] August 25, 2016 at 8:05pm

    Yes. What happened to “This happened” or This is happening” and then who, what, where, why, how and when?
    A great deal of the “news” is debates about speculative situations.
    Freedom of the Press? To run non news, maybe news, filtered news, biased news and to market products, films, political narratives and entertainment under the guise of it being news?

    I think that the “News” is at a historic low point in this country.

  • [3] August 25, 2016 at 5:02pm

    Everyone (except the eternal pass givers) are upset because Trump is a con man & it was obvious to us all along & is more visible each week & we are stuck with him or Hillary.

    Trump is running a bad campaign & always has. He is a really bad candidate. He doesn’t represent the us.He speaks as though he does, but he is a salesman. That is what he does.

    Trumpsters believe him & that is what got him where he is. The rest of us had no doubt that he would continue to melt into business as usual & worse.

    Sorry Milfirst. Cruz was not responsible for anything. He is a solid, accountable, verifiable Constitution defender, advocate & a True American principles bearer. He has a long proven history of all of that. Trumpsters rejected that.

    Beck was never in the race, so to reject Cruz because you don’t like what Beck said is Horse … stuff.

    Cruz was attempting to lead the Christian principled voters/ American principled voters to victory to restoring this country to Constitutional governance where the Jude o Christian ethic is once again held in high regards & has a public voice because morals & virtue are what the founders warned us were necessary in each citizen & in government to keep us in less need of masters.

    FREEDOM reigns

    Trump is a cartoon. A celebrity. He was rude, obnoxious, arrogant, insulting & there unfortunately seems to be a larger union of voters who that appealed to than for any other candidate, even though the divided primary voters outnumbered the Trump voters

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  • [11] August 25, 2016 at 5:36am

    The”mistake” was made by those who trusted him despite his insider record of being on both sides, flip flopping and lying.

    The man is a RINO. Deceptive. He sold himself to people who don’t look at the facts or who don’t care about them if they did.

    Now, he has a new narrative. That is his history, so to have confidence in the man is based on his cartoon personality.

    Oh yeah. I know. He’s not Hillary.

    Well he and his fundraiser have both been strong supporters of hers.

    His immigration policy is becoming more like that of Jeb, Graham and Rubio’s.

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  • [3] August 24, 2016 at 7:42pm

    I would like them to work out a way that the moderators are not even part of the events. Their names would not be made public until after the 3 debates.
    The questions would be shown on a screen.
    Followups would appear on the screen.
    The clock would allow a specific amount of time to respond. With 15 seconds left, the clock starts flashing.
    When time is up, the candidate’s mic is cut. Next question/answer.

    The commission would still choose a balanced panel of moderators and they cannot ask softball questions like if you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be. Only two personal history questions may be asked, but the candidates are free to speak about anything that they wish.
    Questions need to be strictly policy and … why that answer.

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  • [3] August 24, 2016 at 7:29pm

    Anti Hillary & Pro Constitutional Conservative governance.

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