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vaman

Member Since: December 19, 2011

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  • [32] August 24, 2016 at 1:31pm

    These people know Trump cannot win the election and it is partially due to his “build a wall” promises. He has also surrounded himself with extremists and all varieties of right-wingers to woo the GOP base. These tactics will guarantee he loses the election. I do feel bad for the base though. The angry, frightened people who, for decades, have looked to the GOP for help and it never arrives. Never arrives. Voting for Trump or any GOP nominee at any level is voting against their own interests. The GOP is no longer a party of compromise. It is divisive in the most anti-American ways possible. If the base wants to continue living in poverty, in busted down towns, always sick, their kids meth addicts and so on, then vote for Trump and hope he wins.

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  • [5] August 24, 2016 at 9:15am

    Even with the military fetishism on the Blaze, this lieutenant colonels’ quasi argument of “PC” and his love for all things southern is laughably transparent. He sees the rebellious traitorous southern government as heroes and “patriots” standing for what they believed in. They called it the “war of northern aggression”. No, of course not. These were rich whites who wanted to keep slaves and a far more interesting dynamic is the poor whites who craved slavery to keep them one step higher on the societal social ladder. Anyone who defends slavery and the civil war as a southern patriotic notion is simply a bigot and racist. Sorry kiddos, the south shall not rise again. It continues to be the disgraceful part of our country, with the lowest levels of employment, literacy and high general poverty. Highly bigoted laws and voter restrictions. All of those third world living conditions and yet people like this Lt. Col. grip the romantic idea of plantations and mint julips to justify the Dueling Banjos type mentality.

  • [-1] August 24, 2016 at 8:51am

    He had a poor reputation in the Secret Service and is still disgraced. The Association of Former Agents of the United States Secret Service has disavowed him. He was a multi-time GOP failure in Maryland and now he is trying in Florida. His arrogance is mysterious considering his abysmal professional reputation, failed business prowess and failed political career. The GOP like him because he speaks indignantly about the President, but none of that is accurate either. I suspect Florida will send him packing in short order.

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  • [-6] August 23, 2016 at 4:23pm

    Just remove the “one nation under god” bit and it’s perfectly ok. It’s not difficult and that blurb was only added in 1954. The waiver is a fine idea. No child should be forced to acknowledge a fictitious character if they chose not to.

  • [11] August 23, 2016 at 4:17pm

    Priebus must be frantic these days. He knows Trump can’t win, but he’s got to be a good boy and push the party.

  • August 23, 2016 at 1:17pm

    Cardiac anesthesiologist Dr. Rajiv Parti…see what the blaze did there? He’s a doctor, so it implies there is credibility to his “visions”. He’s on morphine and had hallucinations. And selling a book. Christians should note, this guy is not one of you, so I assume the normal gang of afterlife enthusiasts will be more critical of this Buddhist … “the struggles of his previous lives”. Not enough jesus in there to make this story plausible.

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  • [-8] August 23, 2016 at 1:10pm

    More of the head twirling, word salad by Fox. Racism is well entrenched in the GOP and it does nothing to remove it. They can’t afford to lose the southern voters. Fox as a GOP shill entertainment network really tries to deflect the issue, but it only makes sense if you want it to. Fox viewers want to believe they are not racist, so Guttfeld’s odd CNN remarks are logical to them. To normal people, they shake their heads and dismiss it as more Fox-talk.

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  • August 23, 2016 at 1:02pm

    Wayne Allen Root…Instigator, fraud and outside of radical groups, a total unknown.

    “Target and persecute: conservative groups, Tea Party groups, Christian groups, Jewish groups, pro-Israel groups, pro-Constitution groups, pro-life groups, donors to conservative causes or candidates, and any Obama critic (like me) brave enough to appear in the media to report the raw truth.” The good ol persecution myth, yet again. And what a myrter! Obama is gunning for Root…uh-huh. Root lives in a fantasy land of paranoid simple minded people who lap up his inane drivel.

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  • [-4] August 22, 2016 at 7:40pm

    It’s Frank Luntz. A right-winger and his information is typically GOP spin. Even his best attempts won’t stop the unstoppable. Madam President.

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  • August 22, 2016 at 4:23pm

    Since you are such a “patriot”, then you take the first shot. Start that revolution you so loudly TALK about. The “we the people” crowd will follow you in to combat, I have no doubt.

  • August 22, 2016 at 4:21pm

    Polls as of today, even the honest right-wing polls show a 88% chance Clinton wins the election. You’re right about one thing, there will be a lot of exploding heads.

  • [-1] August 22, 2016 at 4:16pm

    Trump supporters getting a taste of their own medicine.

  • [-6] August 22, 2016 at 3:46pm

    Court rulings on this matter are abundantly clear. No prayer in the courts. Texas, radical christian judge equals some belief that christian prayers are acceptable. He would clearly penalize someone for not participating in his superstitions. No other religion has had the ability to offer an invocation in his courtroom. If he is serious about this religious freedom notion, then let the prayer rugs come out and a nice prayer to Allah commence. The real danger is this judge could be using mythical religious beliefs over real law to decide cases. A full review of convictions should be done looking for the well known prejudices and biases committed by radicalized christians.

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  • [-7] August 22, 2016 at 3:39pm

    Servers! Benghazi! The GOP’s two favorite words. Another multi-million dollar investigation is coming which will lead to nothing. The inevitable conclusion…Welcome to the White House, Madam President.

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  • [-2] August 22, 2016 at 3:29pm

    Bongino is a disgraced former Secret Service agent who lost a bid for political office in Maryland. So he moved to Florida to try again. This is who the GOP wants in congress. A foul mouth with no self-control who enjoys screaming at reporters. He is mad because the information about him is correct and he cannot counter it.

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  • August 22, 2016 at 9:48am

    The mental health facility gave you access to a computer. That was nice of them.

  • August 22, 2016 at 9:46am

    Stories like this are fun. It gets the paranoid right-wingers even more paranoid and frightened. Let’s hit some of their favorite topics, shall we? This must be part of the new world order! The FEMA camps are coming! I saw UN Troops in my town! Now “they” know everything about me and will put me in prison for loving jesus! “They” are coming for my guns! This will let “government” troops know where I am at all times! Now “they” know where to send the chem-trails! I must buy more gold! I must buy more dried food for my bunker! I better build a bunker! The anti-christ is coming!
    Thanks for the laughs you crazy dolts.

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  • [-3] August 22, 2016 at 9:35am

    This story has been debunked countless times. The President, in consultation with the Louisiana Governor agreed the President should come at a later date. When any President travels, it takes away local law enforcement and other resources in support of the visit. Resources better used in the recovery efforts. Now Trump of course didn’t care about that. He showed up for his photo-op, oddly handing out Play-Do for exactly 42 seconds and then went on to his next self-serving endeavor. His concern for the people suffering is zero and his idea failed. Trump is seen as an insensitive opportunist, which is exactly what he is. The President had Federal resources staged in advance of the storm and they are actively helping the recovery effort. This reminds of Katrina when W had the same opportunity to help and failed horribly.

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  • August 22, 2016 at 9:26am

    Falwells father was a tent revivalist preacher who got lucky. He fleeced millions of dollars from the simple people who made up his “flock”. The son is doing the same thing. That should be taken into consideration when deciding if this flimflam artist is worth your time. Even the farthest right-wing lunatics are doing anything to justify their support from the heathen Donald Trump. Pulling out a ridiculous comparison with Churchill and Chamberlin? It reeks of desperation. I suspect it will get much worse as Trump continues to collapse in the polls.

  • [-3] August 22, 2016 at 9:16am

    Remember when right-wing christians like Metaxes thought Phelps was a degenerate for smoking pot? And now he’s a christian winner! The vague connection between jesus and winning all the medals is a cute concept also, but falls neatly into the Metaxes belief system. Metaxes is known for falsehoods or outright lying as long as it furthers his radical christian agenda.

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