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Twinspeedr

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  • [3] February 9, 2016 at 10:04am

    It’s painting with a broad brush and blurring the line between the small group of dirtbag, Secular Globalist, Liberal, gun control politicians who just happen to be Jewish, and the average Jewish person. People do the same thing when they break out the tired refrains about the “Jewish Bankers”. It’s all bigotry.

    And… if you believe in the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob, you are dangerously close to publicly cursing his people.

  • [6] February 1, 2016 at 11:53pm

    Trump is no conservative. You’re no different than the rabble of useless idiots who pulled the lever for Barack Obama without bothering to knowing anything about politics or the candidate they voted for. Go look back at Trump’s interviews, his Op-Eds and who he associated with again and again, he is not just a Democrat but a radical leftist to boot. Trump LOVES government and what it can do, is that really what America needs right now?

  • [26] February 1, 2016 at 11:46pm

    Yes, Congrats Ted! I was stunned to see the first real bit of political sanity in a LLLLLLLLLLLLLONG time tonight. Nice work Iowa. At least some of you can see through the “win at all cost” hype of the blathering banana republic dictator in waiting, Dee Jay Trump.

  • [20] February 1, 2016 at 11:41pm

    So Trump has been endlessly abusing his opponents with pedantic contrivances, yapping about how no one can beat him and blathering about his greatness in the lead up to Iowa. Then he fails to get the most delegates. Worse, he also got the same number of delegates as #3 Rubio. You can bet there is yelling and swearing in Trump’s hotel room tonight and it is because he feels like he LOST Iowa, end of story.

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  • [11] February 1, 2016 at 11:33pm

    Lame excuse. Cuban is likely an humanist/atheist who is put off by Cruz’s forward posture about his faith. I have to think that most prominent billionaires are not me of faith, they are men of the flesh (why else would you want that kind of money to begin with). People like that might be convicted by other prominent people (peers) who openly profess faith first and at least appear to actually “walk the walk”.

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  • [2] February 1, 2016 at 10:52am

    Elections have consequences, haven’t the last 8 years shown us that? You starstruck Trumpettes are about as objective about your candidate as Barack Obama’s supporters were in 2007. Winning at all cost is not really winning, geddit’?! Can’t you see the reason for concern?

    In reply to Doors56's comment on the contribution Donald Trump's Humility Problem

  • [5] February 1, 2016 at 10:39am

    Oh don’t worry we won’t get them confused.
    Trump is EASILY one of the MOST ARROGANT public figures America has ever had. Period, bar none. His rhetoric sounds reminds me of a dictator like Hugo Chavez. And, that is pretty much what we’ll be getting if we elect this clown. Nothing but bad policies and excuses.
    The sad part is how many conservatives have fallen for his tripe, er… hype.

    In reply to rdk's comment on the contribution Donald Trump's Humility Problem

  • [-2] January 28, 2016 at 11:30am

    Wow… a site that hates Beck finds no solid evidence for anything that isn’t happening in every campaign in the country. What a revelation.

    Go sift through Trump’s associations and dealings and you’ll find plenty of such things. Riding the bleeding edge of the law is how every prominent political person does it these days. It certainly doesn’t make it a good thing, but it is usually 99.5% legal and NO ONE is squeaky clean.

  • [6] January 27, 2016 at 10:54am

    The Catholic Church is so obsessed with un-jewishing Jesus that they are willfully deceptive, putting forth bad history. Jesus was a Rabbinic Jew. If you ask most honest scholars, this means he learned Hebrew as a boy and spoke this in his neighborhood and in the Synagogue. However, just like everyone in Judea, he spoke Aramaic because it was the regional common tongue for trade and commerce. Also, he probably knew a few Greek words so that he could speak the native language of some people in the North of Judea when looking for carpentry work.
    The Catholic (and some protestant denominations) Church doesn’t like the Old Testament, because they don’t understand it and it is in Hebrew. They would prefer that no one read it. They need to keep their parishioners focused on the New Testament (namely the letters of Paul) because that is the basis of their sketchy doctrines. So, to sum it all up; Jesus’ primary language was Hebrew, not Aramaic. Get over it, Catholics.

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  • [1] January 27, 2016 at 10:35am

    Skip the labels Deb. You’re obviously spending time on his website, so he can’t be all that horrible.

  • January 27, 2016 at 10:33am

    I love when highly emotional Americans, like you, who are out here venting their snark because it is their way, get upset with Glenn Beck who is just a lot more successful form of this same personality type.
    Get a grip dude, he disagrees with you on who the best candidate for POTUS is. Does that mean he’s a bad guy or deserves ridicule?

  • [14] January 27, 2016 at 10:25am

    Look, I will buy 1 and 2. But 3 and 4 are just sycophantic blather. Please don’t try to paint Donald Trump a a philanthropist. Trump is NOT a good guy. He is a good guy when he is getting something big in return. Let’s take a look at the other side of 3 & 4 shall we?:
    3. Bad deal? So a debate with other candidates where there a substantive and difficult questions is a bad deal? Maybe if you don’t think you could handle that. Don’t you want to see if Trump can deal with actual tough questioning, or are you just so-over-a-barrel for him that you would just give him the keys to your house and truck right now? Don’t fall in love with any of these guys, they should be run through the ringer and if they come out intact MAYBE they deserve to be POTUS. Anything short of that is nothing but theater.
    4. Buying the vet vote?!!! Obvious, hello?!!!!

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  • [31] January 27, 2016 at 10:16am

    Spin this however you want, but Drama Don is not POTUS material. He is a marketer and a salesman with zero principles, if it isn’t serving his immediate need it is cast aside. Trump is all hype just like Obama. You don’t want to see this clown in the Oval Office. You think you do now, but the reality is he is just another despot in waiting.

  • [17] January 24, 2016 at 9:54am

    News flash for you Dan; humans tend to be hateful of those outside of the cultural and economic backgrounds they grew up in, especially if a given group has made it a priority to express their hatred of you first. It’s part of our natural makeup, we must rise above it.

    Also, your particular political leaning, places you in a group of peers that tend to have an inordinate propensity toward embracing hate. They label a person or group as “evil” if they dare disagree with them. But, that’s ok, because the more important thing is their incessant, verbally expressed concern for the poor (or other “fill in the blank” underdog), they must think that it covers or makes up for their hatred. Liberals…

  • [7] January 20, 2016 at 8:53pm

    How many of you do almost everything differently now than you did in college? I know I sure do. If you don’t, you may want to ask yourself if that is OK?

  • [3] January 20, 2016 at 11:11am

    Yeah some people get upset when their county is on fire and a corruptocrat silver-tongued devil is leading in the polls.

  • [7] January 20, 2016 at 11:04am

    “someone who can win”
    The sentiment behind your statement is not that far off from the reasons why people gave power to Robespierre and Lenin. Telling the Federal Government to “do something” about random gun violence. Or just something simple like “hope and change”… These ideas have been proven to be dangerously naive and ignorant.
    We need to put real Constitutionalists in office, and Trump’s demonstrated track record looks like a run of the mill Progressive Democrat. How do you think putting a man like that in office will help restore this country? Trump is all talk, it is nothing but conservative populist phone sex and way too many people have fallen for it.

  • [25] January 20, 2016 at 10:50am

    Well, when a person you THOUGHT had integrity proves otherwise, then it is time to speak out against them. Loyalty in the face of betrayal is self defeating. Go look back at what Sarah Palin did during the period following the failed McCain candidacy. She was a GOP lackey, she was on Fox News for goodness sake. Her shameless self promotion, and backing of highly questionable individuals in the past few years has repeatedly demonstrated that she is no different than most other GOP RINOs. She and Trump were made for one another. However, I expect for her to be “dismissed” by Trump at some point in this campaign. Her perennial incompetence in politics could be a kiss of death for the Trump candidacy. If only…

  • [33] January 20, 2016 at 10:37am

    Do you REALLY think Trump will change anything? He was a “go-with-the-crowd” Democrat until 2009! EVERY serious candidate for POTUS since Ronald Reagan has been sat down by globalist messengers and had it explained to them that they WILL play ball (including Obama, think about it). So we can expect Trump will look to us a lot like George W Bush if elected. He is nothing but overheated hype, his policies half-baked, but you want him because you think he can “win” the election. As if THAT meant anything these days….

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  • [14] January 14, 2016 at 9:47am

    A. No, he isn’t kidding, he’s REALLY ticked off.
    B. It’s not the mic if you hear it in your in-ear monitor. I hear no audible pop in the main audio in the vid…
    Moreover, I think this just illustrates that the REAL Trump has no class, in real life (outside of the view cameras), just his wealth-obsessed arrogance and bad temper. If breaking speech decorum and whining about money is all he has when it’s time to deal with an unpleasant, unstaged reality we are all in trouble. Because when he and Putin start comparing their geopolitical manhood, we will be are war in about 5 minutes. Trump is not POTUS material.

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