User Profile: TRUTHandFREEDOM

TRUTHandFREEDOM

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  • June 25, 2016 at 7:45am

    If I was Ted, I would stay silent and let American citizens in their separate but equal station is life maneuver through their own personal dilemma.

    Trump was such an absolute A$$ to Ted Cruz and to Rafael Cruz with the lies he repeatedly advanced about them and Trump fueled an army of lie spouters across the web and enabled a media narrative that negatively affected not only the Cruz campaign, but slandered Ted and Rafael personally.

    Well, that Trump trait got him where he is so let Trump’s flip flop, lie and RINO traits proceed and hopefully, the “Really Big Polls” will help bring a revolt where we choose a winner with proper principles.

    I do not know the best method to resolve this matter, but I hope that Really Big polls will at least help Trump look like a likely loser and then he steps aside before he has to eat his own words.

    It is after all “his Brand” on the line.

  • [1] June 25, 2016 at 7:35am

    I agree with his conscience and I agree with the comments here that this is potentially precedent setting dangerous turf. .

    I do see a difference with his state and with those states who have the voters choose their delegates. I see his point on those grounds … that the committee chose the delegates, not the voters.

    However, the issue is in the fact that the rule stood before his accepting the position.
    I think that we need to focus on what law and rules currently exist.

    A minority of Republican primary voters chose Trump while the majority was divided in who we chose.
    I think that the answer falls somewhere on that foundation.

    I simply don’t have an answer beyond someone making Trump some kind of a DEAL where he has influence on the agenda and he goes back to his real estate.

    I DO strongly want to see a better candidate than Trump.
    I want a candidate worth voting FOR instead of just voting against Hillary.
    I can’t vote for Trump.

    There is a list of people that I would would be either extremely happy with and much less happy with, but still supportive of, but we need to raise the bar from where it now is.

    I definitely question whether this lawsuit is a wise method though.

    The precedent that it sets, if successful, is a tool for replacement of a Constitutionally strong candidate to favor of a moderate, RINO or establishment candidate in the future.

    What goes around comes around.

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  • [4] June 24, 2016 at 6:13am

    NO. Don’t give me a thumbs down. Justify your Trumpster narrative!
    Answer those questions!

  • [5] June 24, 2016 at 6:10am

    I will add that while the narrative that making all countries and populations the same to avoid WWIII sounds honorable, we ARE NOT all the same and THAT is why America became independent, limited government, advocated that we live by the Jude o Christian ethic ( whether faithful or faithless) in order to be closer to model citizens, less in need of masters, highly intolerant to masters (Dictators/Monarch’s, fascists, Oligarchs, Marxists/Dictators, Big nanny state government etc), but the new way has caused us to lose much of our broad based population’s commitment to the American identity and principles.

    I still believe that through standing by our principles and leading by example, we have the greatest influence in saying to the rest of the world YOU can succeed like this if you live and govern like this …..a clearly better way of doing things.

    Instead, we are being forcefully and Progressively going the opposite way trying to be more like countries with lesser forms of governments and principles.

  • [4] June 24, 2016 at 5:56am

    I have said for decades that Italy, England and France have been losing their cultural identities because so many other cultures have been diluting what they are.

    In America, we have always been of many nationalities, forged as Americans under a set standard of principles, but that is now heavily diluted by floods of other immigrants with views counter to the American way.

    I am glad to see The UK vote for a return to sovereignty.

    I would like to see more of that in Europe.

    I would LOVE to see that attitude rise strongly here, not in the Trump train anger way, but in a logical, border protecting, American principle restoring way that continues our history of immigrants JOINING US as Americans and and a way that discontinues the increase of other immigrants intent of planting their former country’s ideals, beliefs and collectivism here.

    I am indeed disgusted by the so often intentional diluting of the American voter base to the point where so many vote against the documents and principles and law that made us and keep us free.
    That agenda is also being driven in our tax payer funded education system.

    We need to restore the understanding of the American citizen and turn their switch back to the American principle setting, away from the Havana, Europe and Progressive settings.

    Just as I try to buy American & only patronize American principled businesses & entertainers where I find them, I will also try to buy from the UK when possible to help their independence succeed.

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  • [1] June 24, 2016 at 4:44am

    I am going to do my duty as a proper American citizen and vote for accountable, Constitutional government candidates when I can find them.

    I don’t have that option with

    Hillary — VS — NOT Hillary

    when Not Hillary was a Hillary Supporter until he himself ran.

    MadAsHell,
    You are the worst kind of commenter/supporter.

    Your candidate needs lies to succeed and you are heavily dedicated to believing and spreading them.

    If Trump’s value cannot be advocated by truth, then what is his value and why would anyone to whom truth and value matter support him?

    NO ONE Expects a “Perfect candidate”, but Trump is a far lower candidate than “not perfect”.

  • [1] June 24, 2016 at 4:32am

    Can you produce those viewer stats? I am sure that many here would like to see you back up your propaganda with data.

    Oh, and please explain what it is that makes you confident in where the liar, flip flopper and government insider that Trump has continually and repeatedly proven to be will take us.

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  • [9] June 24, 2016 at 4:17am

    Well … I don’t watch FNC anymore because of their blatant Bias favoring, promoting, advocating and handing their airwaves over to Lyin’ Trump; the king of flip flops, the insider’s insider and the man held least accountable by his supporters for the 2015/2016 political season. He has taken that title from Obama.

    With that said, media will always make the disgusting political theater and rights reduction efforts by Democrats into some righteous, admirable effort made on behalf of the people.

    That is why I watch less media than I have in over a decade.

    I just check in with The Blaze TV or One America News for a half hour of headlines, but mostly, I cut to the chase with online news and get on with my day and night.

  • [33] June 23, 2016 at 7:03pm

    Trump won with lies, flip flops, insults and MASSIVE MEDIA EXPOSURE while other and better candidates were treated like 2nd class contenders by FNC.

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  • [8] June 23, 2016 at 6:59pm

    Sorry. You must be lost. This isn’t the fiction writer’s forum.

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  • [4] June 23, 2016 at 5:44am

    That last video really sums it up. We hear the same thing over and over without realizing it. The same 12 notes are reused over and over again.

    12 notes.

    Every song that you know uses the same 12 notes.

    The 4 notes that we hear in the Taurus song and also in Stairway is what is known as the chromatic scale.

    It is being played backwards … descending.

    I heard a song yesterday from an Italian composer in the 1600s that was extremely … EXTREMELY close to this as well.

    NO ONE owns the chromatic scale.

    Spirit & Led Zeppelin followed many generations of musicians & composers who have used this before.We hear 4 consecutive notes played together. Every composer has a right to use it.

    Clearly, Led Zeppelin used this scale in a superior way.

    On top of Jimmy Page using the descending scale on the low notes, he also added a counter scale, an ascending scale on the higher string. Brilliant!

    Page is using two scales & counter melodies.

    Taurus just used a generic descending chromatic scale bass line.

    This case is a classic example of takers (The accuser) trying to feed off of the success of the makers (Led Zeppelin).

    This is a very ridiculous case intent of redistributing wealth and trying to take credit for someone else’s achievement.

    Led Zeppelin was a superior band made of of superior musicians and writers and arrangers.

    ANY Blues artist could accuse any other blues artist for ripping them off. Same for RAP.

    Rocky Mountain Way. Bad to the Bone, Sweet Home Chicago.

  • [6] June 22, 2016 at 8:50pm

    Leave them there.

    The Republicans should take turns standing at the podium and reciting scripture, The 10 commandments (frequently returning to Thou shall not covet thy neighbor’s goods), the Preamble to the Constitution (repeatedly declaring “to preserve the blessings of liberty”), The Bill of Rights, the founders comments on the necessity to protect the right to keep and bear arms, the founders comments on the Bill of Rights, key few and defined powers explaining phrases from the Federalist Papers, the comments from the founders declaring the importance of religion to the well being of society and government and the fact that the moral guidance removal agenda from the left has contributed heavily to the violent acts of individuals that just so happened to identify as Democrats and liberals.

    “I have a right to nothing which another has a right to take away.” “it is to secure these rights that we resort to government at all” Thomas Jefferson

  • [13] June 21, 2016 at 6:11am

    How does this story even exist?

    Trump and Trumpsters told us again and again that he is self funding, that he doesn’t need anyone else’s money, that when you have to take money, you have to return favors.

    Now, Trump … who supported Hillary until he decided to run ….. brought in a fundraiser … who also supported Hillary and who was a George Soros associate. Lyin’ Trump.

    Trump got a fundraiser as soon as Ted Cruz dropped out.

    The self funding narrative was just another Trump Lie.

    Lyin Trump.

    Just like the lies about why he skipped the debates. Just like the lie he advanced about Rafael Cruz. Just like the “Lyin Ted” lie that he advanced daily. Just like his repeated flip flops. Just like his sudden use of a teleprompter to deliver a scripted message instead of the Trump who says he doesn’t need a teleprompter.

    If you LIE your way in, you’ll LIE your way through.

    And Trumpsters don’t even blink at any of that.

    For the rest of us,

    How do you trust a candidate like that?
    How do you donate your hard earned income to a candidate like that?
    How do you turn over the property of your vote to a candidate like that.

    I know the next step Trumpster answer;

    “Because he is not Hillary.”

    Well WHO IS HE THEN?

    On WHAT do you base your answer?

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  • [2] June 21, 2016 at 5:32am

    I am really impressed with the ease that he just wove that in as if he was commenting on a baseball stat.

    Awesome.

  • June 20, 2016 at 6:55pm

    Trump iS a Progressive. He IS a RINO. Despite those who would insult the messenger, that message is correct.
    Any candidate who plays both sides, who has been an insider for this long, who supports a government healthcare plan and likes the mandate is a RINO and a Progressive.

  • [2] June 20, 2016 at 6:34pm

    One voice of sanity out of 4.

    That is the historic MO of the mainstream media. We have seen it for years. Outnumber the American principled panelist and filibuster him.

  • June 20, 2016 at 5:43am

    A Democrat principled supreme court once declared that a black man doesn’t have the same rights as a white man in America.
    Those who thought that way united under the name “The Democrat Party” and even though they had the Supreme Court ruling on their side and they raised arms in great numbers against American liberty and the Declaration of Independence to create the Civil War, they were shut down by Republicans and the insistence that unalienable rights SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED.
    Having to see Hillary continue the tradition of Progressively stacking the court against unalienable rights and liberty would indeed be horrible, but With Trump’s support of the AR gun ban in the Bill Clinton era and with his comment “I just don’t like the idea of guns” added to his tremendous, really special habit of lying and flip flopping, we may be screwed with the electoral victory of either.
    That is what Congress is for. Brakes and gradual correction.
    If that NY Daily News reporter who got ptsd firing an AR is an example of the modern Democrat, we clearly do not have to worry about them starting another civil war.

  • [2] June 20, 2016 at 5:23am

    Correction: NY Daily News, not NY Times …. but I don’t see much difference between them.

  • [1] June 20, 2016 at 5:18am

    Correction: NY Daily News, not NY Times …. but I don’t see much difference between them.

  • [2] June 20, 2016 at 5:09am

    Awesome! This comparison needs to be shown across the web.

    A little girl is tougher than the professional wussification narrative propagandist at the NY Times.
    The AR brought no evil to the day.
    The AR did not fire itself.
    Good, clean family fun and education is to be had at the range.

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