User Profile: usfreeman


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  • [2] April 29, 2016 at 9:19pm

    Cmprescott-I see you’re spelling reflects the depth of your intellect. Only a moron thinks that trying to deal with the muslims on their home turf will defeat them. To believe that we can succeed to win a war where every other country has failed is like Einstein saying that to repeat the same process time after time and expect a different result is it he definition of insanity. Sealing our borders booting out the illegals and reclaiming our soverignity is what is required. The ME has been at war since muslims have existed and God willing they’ll remain in their sandbox not ours.

  • [9] April 29, 2016 at 2:52pm

    When are they going to turn them loose here where OUR problem children are? BHO et. Al., want to go to the me to deal with these clowns, this strategy assumes we’re not going to stop the flow……go Trump.

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  • [1] April 29, 2016 at 12:13am

    Why doesn’t Cruz lobby to do what he can do best? Be on the Supreme Court he’d be awesome, the presidency just isn’t the best use of his skills.

  • [15] April 28, 2016 at 11:16am

    This what the millennials and the liberals who can’t add 1 + 1 and get two can’t understand. The number of people getting subsidies is appalling. What it means is that the number of people who cann’t support themselves is GROWING. This is what liberalism means GOVERNMENT CONTROL, because they are dependent on government (the working class) to tow the wagon while they take a blissful ride. Deport the illegals, quit importing folks who can’t and won’t support themselves, get rid of the minimum wage law, get rid of the social safety nets. When there is true completion by businesses to get labor to do their work, not only will there be jobs to burn but the wages will go up like a shot while required government support services from interpreters to prison guards will go down.

  • [7] April 28, 2016 at 12:04am

    For the FIRST time in his life he’s making a true business decision, whether to continue with poor performers or change it up….too little too late. Bernie the honest socialist(communist) buried by the Clinton Family Crime Syndicate. RIP

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  • [17] April 27, 2016 at 11:37pm

    Hmmmm a successful coach who’s been in the driver’s seat of picking WINNERS endorses what he believes is a winner…..yeah I’m sure ridicule is warranted here. Sarc on

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  • April 27, 2016 at 11:09am

    If his way saves our financial bacon and sovereignty I DONT CARE. The RINOs (NWO / open borders crowd) AND the democrats will surely carry us down to parity with any other third world country left to their own.

  • [1] April 27, 2016 at 11:03am

    Seriously??? Somehow if I were some ME dictator and Trump made a line in the sand I seriously wouldn’t challenge it. Additionally financially/militarily strong countries are seldom challenged, this is why Putin and the Chicoms are kicking sand we have weak leadership AND a lousy economy. There’s this much about Trump he’s lived and breathed business (mostly successes and few failures) all his life, none of the other candidates have those skills.

  • [1] April 27, 2016 at 10:53am

    Isn’t that the way it has worked ever since Woodrow Wilson. We have a golden opportunity to turn this Titanic around IF Trump wins. He WILL publicly hold the RINOs to account if they don’t tow the line and we’ll be the fools if we don’t take the cues to call those RINOs and let them know they’d better support sound fiscal reforms. That is Cruz’s biggest problem, IF he were to win the nomination and by some wild chance he was to win the general election, the resulting presidential legislative term accomplishments would be the same as his term as a senator totally ineffective. Sad but true.

  • [22] April 23, 2016 at 1:26am

    Not that Saddam was a good guy but I always felt it was just an excuse for “W” to go after him for targeting his daddy.

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  • [-2] April 22, 2016 at 9:33am

    Debate, debate, debate……why must these guys face each other like gladiators? I’m sick of all the rhetoric already. When the TV goes to politics I go outside……fishing is good right now.

  • [2] April 22, 2016 at 9:29am

    I honestly question how Cruz is going to get either side of the aisle to do anything. He hasn’t been able to get his own party to come together to do ANYTHING meaningful in his time in congress. In fact he joined with BHO in supporting the TPP which is another middle class job killer. I have begun to wonder about all sides of the political discussion as EVERYONE seems to think we’re electing an all powerful RULER to cure all our ills. I’m ashamed to be faced with so many voices who know so little about their government……God save us from our ignorance.

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  • [1] March 24, 2016 at 12:02pm

    It’s called leadership. When you cave into third world dictators like the Casto’s on the eve of the success of decades of planning for the downfall of these tyrants all that has happened is that we’ve validated their governmental style and vicariously their human rights abuse.

    Truly had it not been for a gutless JFK back in the day via the CIA when we put Fidel in power. Fidel turned around and got in bed with the Russians completing their desire for a warm water port let alone a missle base close enough to the US that even without a good guidance system they could probably lob a missile onto us soil, At that time we did have a missile delivery system and Krushev knew it. If JFK had been doing his job he would have literally gone down there and taken the little problem (Fidel) out before there ever was a problem with Russia.

    To me this is just like what is happening here with muslims here and now. We are allowing ourselves to be invaded and just as it is in Europe we will have a HUGE problem someday if we don’t quit enjoining the concept of good vs bad muslims rather than understanding that the only tolerance comes from us to them not vice a versa. This creates literally a life threatening situation for US citizens both now and more so in the future. Allowing our communist leader to continuously operate outside of the constitution and in direct opposition to his oath of office is EXACTLY why non-establishment candidates are popular.

  • [15] March 24, 2016 at 11:13am

    Why is it that Hannity is the ONLY host who will hold a guest doggedly to account when he asks a question. My only problem with the shouting is that rather than putting up with the concept of the left that they can insert their own agenda on ANY show by switching the discussion, Hannity should just excuse them from the show after allowing them a second chance to engage the topic. The left walks on these shows knowing what the discussion should be and they have no intention of engaging the discussion because they know its indefensible.

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  • [4] March 24, 2016 at 11:01am

    It is valuable for people to see how a rabidly lawless person like Jorge keeps trying to switch the discussion to Trumps other issues rather than to answer the QUESTION which is what ANY liberal will do when they know they are on very thin ice. One of the reasons the GOP is in trouble is that they constantly try to push for ANYTHING except enforcing our soverign borders especially our southern borders. After the Brussels disaster the Hungarian Prime Minister Orbán’s speech was brilliant and prophetic for Europeans and us as well.

  • [2] March 23, 2016 at 1:16pm

    Cracker are you filled with so much hate that civil and substantive discourse is impossible? Cruz has had umpteen opportunities at Trump. At this point I see no benefit for either candidate in plowing old ground. I submit AGAIN why do you believe in the face of his abysmal failure to build any formidable coalition to make any significant portion of the conservative agenda advance or to stall the onslaught of the DemonRats that his presidency would be any different when the Republicrats owned both houses of congress? The congressional RINO landscape won’t have changed greatly IF he were to become president, so expecting a lot of change would be a dream. If you believe we’re electing a ruler you are just saying you’re more comfortable with and have higher expectations via continuing to ignore the constitution and founding documents. Being a constitutional president means building consensus and coalitions of congressmen to achieve those goals and there is no evidence that Ted can make that happen. This is his record no bluster, or baloney just the record, debunk this!

  • [-1] March 23, 2016 at 12:50pm

    The Big Dawg …..just to keep the record straight

  • March 23, 2016 at 12:16pm

    Cracker address the points please keep the baloney to the side if you want to have good discourse. I hear tons of fear mongering with no substance (no proof) and so far you’re assertions are cut of the same cloth.

  • [6] March 23, 2016 at 11:59am

    Correct response. Stupid people shouldn’t be allowed to teach. There should be something like a common sense test administered, it would probably be just as important as any other credentials they might have.

  • [4] March 23, 2016 at 11:47am

    Cracker you expect us to be mindless on this one…..Just like Hitlary’s guilt with regard to Behghazi, or maybe it was Lois Lerner with the IRS, then it could be the Fast and Furious thing ………ALL of them “couldn’t be proven” to you believe that too? Seriously quit hurling insults where there’s smoke none of us including you (I suspect) are that stupid.

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