User Profile: TRUTHandFREEDOM


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  • [6] July 27, 2016 at 5:34am

    Ignorance is bliss … and confident … and arrogant …and pompous …. and ignorant.

    It defines many entertainers and many Democrats in general..

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  • July 27, 2016 at 5:25am

    HA! Yeah. I knew that! Just shows where my mind usually is;.. focused on food.

    It can actually block my spelling knowledge at times.

  • [1] July 27, 2016 at 5:19am

    I believe the same thing and I am sure they we will find that out either during the debates or in pro Hillary TV ads.

  • [7] July 26, 2016 at 7:31pm

    HA! Does PITA know about this guy?

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  • [14] July 26, 2016 at 7:24pm

    If Trump thinks bringing in Ailes with his current baggage, true or not is a good idea, why doesn’t he just bring in David Duke and really help feed the Democrat narrative against him and the party?

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  • [19] July 26, 2016 at 7:22pm

    “many have wondered if the media magnate could potentially help Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.” … as if he hasn’t done enough by turning Fox News Channel into Trump News Channel and marketing him to the head of the pack while treating every other candidate as lower tier options..

    I was a steady FNC viewer for over a decade. I refuse to watch it now.

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  • [2] July 26, 2016 at 7:15pm

    So what? It’s not like they are Republicans who the media would turn into minute by minute headlines and demand accountability and resignations. These are Democrats. Just as there has been no legal action taken against Hillary from the server and email investigation, there will be no accountability demanded by Democrat voters.
    The MOST that would probably happen is that some Democrats would not feel inspired or motivated to vote or would feel disappointed and they will stay home.
    It’s hard to trust polls anymore, but everything that comes around and seems like the a major issue for Democrats becomes just an old news story..
    Shultz stepped down, but this is convention week and they are trying to do a theater production without a sideshow. Any other week? I doubt she would have stepped down.

  • [1] July 25, 2016 at 7:18pm

    Sorry about getting caught everyone ….oh kaaaaay? Does anyone need a safe space?
    Can everyone be here tomorrow to unite? We promise not to do this again.

    HAAA! The light is FINALLY shining on them.
    They are exposed. Ends justify the means used against party loyalists.

    They screwed part of the collective

    I sense NEVERDNC and NEVERHILLARY movements rising.

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  • [-1] July 24, 2016 at 8:01pm

    This election was supposed to be about removing the slime. We cannot just give a pass … …. as Trumpsters repeatedly do …

    I would like to have that report or rumor investigated and reported on.

    Voters need to know.
    Accountability needs to return.

    The Republicans cannot adopt the character of the Democrat Party.

    We cannot go to the gutter to fight them.

    We have to be of greater character and bring them out into the light.

    The number one liability of the Republican campaign template is that they never use their number one asset; The TRUTH & Facts.

    They answer and debate on Commucrat terms, leaving their spotlight at home.

    I really distrust Trump, but I do like that he has a flashlight on the big issues, ready to expose the Commucrat promotional narratives as BS.

  • [1] July 24, 2016 at 7:45pm


    Well said.

    And I’ll bet you’re not even an expert!

  • [7] July 24, 2016 at 5:13pm

    I took issue with the historically incorrect statement “They did nothing to end slavery” and you take issue with me taking issue with that.
    On the topic, I have provided factual counterpoints while Zenith and some guy calling himself a “Libertarian socialist” attack me for making an accurate case.
    Notice that the “Feel good” American narratives have been Progressively erased in our institutions. We are not told passionate liberty stories, founding principle stories, valiant hero stories etc.
    We are told that They did nothing to end slavery and that Thomas Jefferson fathered all of Sally Hemings children! Unproveable Progressive narratives.
    There are far more Thomas Jefferson book authors and “experts” that call him hypocritical or difficult to understand on slavery than those who honestly assemble and admit his very long record of efforts towards abolition or his payment to slaves for extra fish and vegetables or his genuine concern for and care of them on his property until abolition was achieved. He did not want to simply free slaves that could be enslaved elsewhere or who would have no means to live on their own. He wanted and worked for an outright end to the institution of slavery and an end to laws such as this ones from VA during his lifetime.

    One example is this:
    The VA law contained this text ” It shall be lawful for any person, by his or her last will and testament, or by any other instrument in writing under his or her hand and seal . . . to emancipate and set free his or her slaves . . . Provided, also, that all slaves so emancipated, not being . . . of sound mind and body, or being above the age of forty-five years, or being males under the age of twenty one, or females under the age of eighteen years, shall respectively be supported and maintained by the person so liberating them, or by his or her estate. “

  • July 24, 2016 at 4:54pm

    I believe that this is the vote where the order was changed from a list that a staffer had originally given him and Cruz believed the call to be for a different piece of legislation.

  • [12] July 24, 2016 at 4:25pm

    Yeah. I feel that your daily propaganda here makes my visit here uncomfortable, but hey .. spew away. I will address what you have to say.

    As I posted above … once I found a way to shrink my explanations and quotes into an acceptable word limit parameter …. I HAVE studied the topic.

    The facts are that even slave holding founders like Jefferson, Washington and Madison opposed slavery and would have preferred an early end to as our new nation was formed. Many founders who did not own slaves felt the same. They were met with opposition.It would only take ONE states’ refusal to sign on to the union under the Declaration and Articles of Confederation and under the Constitution to block the union itself. History would have turned out differently without securing the union FIRST.

    Primarily, it was Georgia and South Carolina that at the time protected slavery.
    Many other states were abolishing it on their own. Founders such as Jefferson worked within their state government, in the Constitutional Congress & in the US Congress to abolish it and had incremental successes.

    One law written by Jefferson and presented to the Continental Congress failed to pass by ONE VOTE. The text was “That after the year 1800 of the Christian era, there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in any of the said States, otherwise than in punishment of crimes, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted to have been personally guilty.”

    The pro slavery politicians later united under the name “The Democratic Party” and they eventually brought us to Civil War.

  • [2] July 24, 2016 at 4:12pm

    The guide did not mention efforts & opposition of Dickinson, Langdon, Gerry, Madison & others to slavery existing under the Constitution, even with a 20 year provision (used during Jefferson’s presidency to end the importation of slaves to the US).
    Madison’s explained success that under the Constitution, even slaves were seen under law as “persons” with rights. Incremental success to full citizen recognition.
    Elbridge Gerry opposed slaves counted both as property & citizens as some demanded – “shd the blacks, who were property in the South, be in the rule of representation more than the cattle & horses the North?” His argument was that citizens & property differ & each cannot be the other. Counting 3/5 of the slaves as citizens instead of all still added enough representatives to S Carolina & Georgia that they sent more Representatives to Congress than some anti-slavery states. Gouverneur Morris argued “Upon what principle is it that slaves shall be computed in the representation? Are they men? Then make them citizens and let them vote! But the admission of slaves into the representation comes to this: that the inhabitant of Georgia and South Carolina who goes to the coast of Africa and – in defiance of the most sacred laws of humanity – tears away his fellow creatures from their dearest connections and damns them to the most cruel bondage, shall have more votes in a government instituted for the protection of the rights of mankind than the citizen of Pennsylvania or New Jersey who views with a laudable horror so nefarious a practice.”

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  • [16] July 24, 2016 at 3:29pm

    I have been through that tour twice. It was a powerful experience, standing in the room where the Declaration and Constitution were adopted and signed. I went on July 4th both times.
    The last time that I went (about 4 years ago), we also had a park guide like the man that seemed to be doing a great job here. Maybe some other readers have seen him there. He was about 6″ tall, in his late 40s/early 50s and had a pony tail. He was very knowledgeable and told us the story of what led up to our declaring independence and then took us through the stories of the Declaration and Constitution and it ended with him holding up the Constitution in a frame and saying “They did absolutely nothing to end slavery”.
    We were then asked if we had any questions, but were told that time was short because the next tour was coming in and we all left.

    I remember thinking ‘WOW, Progressive revisionism right here in Independence Hall”. The anti founder narrative was wrapped right into our national park tours.

    Preserving the Union was the focus of the convention. Slavery was debated there. The 3/5 clause was the best compromise made.

    ” Now, take the constitution according to its plain reading, and I defy the presentation of a single pro-slavery clause in it. On the other hand it will be found to contain principles and purposes, entirely hostile to the existence of slavery.” – Frederick Douglass

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  • [-1] July 24, 2016 at 1:03pm

    I am a Constitution adherence advocate, a liberty preservation advocate, a small government advocate, a TEA Partier and Conservative who holds founding principles and Christian principles, which mirror each other. Trump doesn’t represent any of that. Hillary sure doesn’t … I know, but the topic here is Trump’s baggage and all that I can say to you Dalethewhale is that you better get used to being upset if any mention of Trump’s baggage makes you call people like me elite, hippie and an idiot. His baggage will be presented to you on your TV, PC and other media sources.

  • [5] July 24, 2016 at 12:54pm

    That actually used to happen to me often, but now I just get page freezes and have to wait until I get through 3 to 8 script warnings before I can proceed. It happens once or twice a day. When I have a limited time to read the stories and to comment when I have something to add, the pages crashes use up my time and I just never read some stories that I wanted to because new ones are here when I return and the problem reoccurs and I leave.
    I like this site. I visit at least twice a day with an i7 PC recently reloaded and different PCs and laptops and different browsers. This site must deter a lot of readers from returning. It has long been clear that the operators have no intention of resolving these problems. It’s been a mess for years.
    Breitbart was also having similar issues, but I haven’t visited them since they became Trumpbart. I also haven’t visited Drudge since it became The Trump report and haven’t watched FNC in months for the same reason.

    There is no denying that this website is a mess though.

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  • [-1] July 24, 2016 at 6:30am

    Trump has said offensive sounding things for decades & has been outspoken on all kinds of people & issues. Democrats are less popular this year, but always make up all sorts of irrelevant issues & successfully turn nothing into something with the help of the media, going back to grade school with Romney & also turned “binders full of women” into a winning narrative. They hold their best stuff for October. Trump speaks & acts in a way that is a political toolbox for the DNC. With most other Republican nominees, they fabricate. With Trump, they only need to research, choose & assemble.

    They will use crude parts of Trump’s Howard Stern interview. Opponents already have in some areas.They will use his comments supporting Hillary & the Clinton gun ban. They will use audio of him saying “I don’t like the idea of guns”. They will use pictures & audio that show him to be an INSIDER with Bush 41, the Clintons & many other politicians for years. They will assemble Trump audio to show him as a self serving establishment conman & will show, through his own words that he does not conduct himself in a Republican manner.

    They will use courtroom tactics to turn the jury/ the voters against him.

    It is TRUE that this can also be done to show Hillary as being equally & more unworthy & voter disgust will be even higher, but….

    Who is the REAL Donald Trump?

    Does THIS represent you?

    Is Trump actually the establishment’s Trojan Horse?

    Have we been conned?

    will be underlying DNC narratives.

  • [-1] July 23, 2016 at 10:05pm

    Trumpsters will now have to face the music. It’s in a song called Baggage.

    Trump is a really bad candidate. Yeah, we all know that Trumpsters are immune to Trump baggage, but they told us he can win and now they will see why so many have doubts.

    Yes, he is not Hillary, but accountability still matters on many many tremendous issues for many many tremendous voters.

    Don’t get angry with the messenger Trump Train rider. The train has left the station now. There is no getting off.

    The baggage that will come out will cost him crossover voters and other issues will cost him Conservative Christian voters.

    Yes. Maher is a nimrod.

    That is irrelevant to my points here.

    I expect a tight race because both candidates have no business running and for each, it is all business, but for voters, disgust is high. Very high.

    A no baggage constitution adherent candidate could have defeated Hillary and her baggage, but we no longer have one in the race and that makes Trumpsters very happy.

    They come here to celebrate daily.

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  • [7] July 23, 2016 at 3:53pm

    What meds was he on?
    This has not been mentioned in ANY of these cases.
    How are those strict gun laws working in Europe?
    That has not been pointed to in media.
    9mm Glock pistol and 300 rounds with 10 dead and 16 wounded …. No AR15 … they are likely banned there and it did not prevent this.

    It is at the point where liberal/Progressive narrative failures almost scream as loudly as the loss and grief of the victims and families, but media IGNORES it.

    The victims and families are in my prayers.

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