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WhereDidMyCountryGo

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  • [-1] February 14, 2016 at 7:16am

    My biggest problem is that I was unable to show through words that perpetually stupid look trump has on his face every time someone says something he doesn’t like. Rolls the eyes, puckers the lips. The man looks constantly confused and even worse, acts as a psychotic. Sadly Rubio drank some of that kool aid last night…. “Ted Cruz lied about marriage? What on earth does that even mean Rubio?

  • [12] February 14, 2016 at 12:47am

    I find Trump to be articulate. His performance tonight was outstanding.

    Question: “Mr Trump, how are you going to bring jobs back to American?”
    Trumps answer: “Believe me, we are going to take care of everyone. We are going to make America Great again.”

    Question: “Trump how will you defeat Isis?”
    Trump Answers: “It was Bushes Fault. We are going to bring 5 million jobs back, and we are going to make America Great again”

    Question: “How are you going to get Mexico to pay for the wall?”
    Trump Answers: “We never win, we are going to build a wall. Believe me, yes, we are going to make America Great again.”

    Question: “Mr Trump, as recently as September of last year, you did an interview practically endorsing socialized medicine. How do you you respond to people that say that is liberal?”
    Trumps Answer: “Your a Liar. I never Fu##ing curse. I’m a conservative. And We are going to build the wall. Believe me. I say this all the time, and even had it printed on my ugly hats. We are going to Make america great again.”

    Question: “Many believe you don’t have a filter, and that you go beyond non PC to just offensive?”
    Trump answers: “The blacks love the trump. and Trump loves the blacks. I’m going to hire mexicans to build the wall, then have mexico pay for it. Because Latino’s love trump. They mow my lawn. I never called any woman a fat pig. Women love trump. We are going to make america Great again. Believe me.”

    CRUZ 2016

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  • [1] February 13, 2016 at 8:27pm

    Didn’t we nominate Mitt Romney because everyone said he had the best chance to win? Didn’t we nominate John McCain because he was a moderate War Hero that had the best chance to win over independents? Didn’t we elect George W. Bush? What did all these men have in common? They were all RINO’s. They were all progressives. They were all Democrat Light. How well did that work out for us?

    What difference does it make if we elect Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, or Jeb Bush. All of these people look at the constitution as an obstruction to the things they’d like to do. If any of these people were in office, they would all ask one questions. How can I get around the constitution today?

    If being smart means that I have to spend the next four years watching a republican act like a diet democrat, then I’d rather be right.

    I question your principals sir. Would you rather have freedom, or would you rather have free stuff?

    We have the opportunity to nominate the most constitutional conservative we’ve had in almost 100 years. If Bernie Sanders is going to win against Ted Cruz, then Bernie Sanders is going to win against Jeb Bush or Donald Trump. If people want unabashed socialism, then Sanders is there man. People won’t be undecided when it comes to wanting a socialist. They either want him or not.

    Its the wizards of smart who got us into this mess. I’d prefer they just keep quite and tell themselves how smart they are.

  • [9] February 13, 2016 at 6:06pm

    This is beyond awful. Barack Obama will certainly take the opportunity to appoint a liberal into a conservative seat. This changes the ball game. This means liberals will have a majority on the supreme court if the republicans don’t stand up and block whoever Obama tries to put in that seat.

    My Trump supporting friends. I urge you to give this much thought. There is one candidate above all others who understands the importance of having a supreme court that respects the constitution. Ted Cruz has talked about how the next president will probably have multiple picks for the court. Sadly, one of those seats is vacant much sooner than we wished. I urge you. I plead with you. Do the right thing. Rally around Ted Cruz so that we may save this nation. It is awful that Justice Scalia has passed. It is even worse that he has passed so far from the election. Now more than ever, we need a president who will be guided by the constitution when he picks who will be on that court. I pray that you make the right choice.

    I apologize to those who are offended by the fact that I’m using Justice Scalia’s death as a promotion for Cruz. But I say, The passing of Justice Scalia only amplifies the desperate need our country is in. I fear that we are on a cliff that if we go over, there will be no coming back. May God Bless Antonin Scalia. May God Bless America, and May God Bless you.

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  • [4] February 12, 2016 at 10:32pm

    NAFTA and Taxes are a great starting point when talking about some of the reasons why businesses have left and continue to leave. I wonder when someone will start talking about the responsibility unions have in all this to.

  • February 12, 2016 at 12:55am

    Dojomom, I think you missed the entire point. It isn’t about the age itself. However, most young people don’t have the bills that most adults have. Most young people have student loans with differed payments until graduation or have mom and dad pay for school. The point is, if you have an 18 year old that doesn’t have regular work and doesn’t have monthly expenses that extend beyond their cell phone bill and beer money, then they aren’t overly concerned with how much uncle sam is taking out of their checks. When they are 25, and want a house and a car and are trying to save more money on top of paying bills, then they are far more likely to understand why the redistribution of wealth is BS. I said exactly what you said, before you even said it. But you misunderstood the point. Now if an 18 year who doesn’t have a work ethic is able to make it to 30 and still not have a work ethic, then you have someone who will probably still believe that socialism is the way to go.

    I think when they do these polling the age gap is to high for the younger crowd. I would like to see this same poll again but split the age groups up. I would be willing to bet you see a drop off of people that agree with socialism when you go from 18-24 and 25-30. Life experience will dictate such changes.

  • [16] February 11, 2016 at 8:43pm

    I find it amusing that Bernie Sanders can say with a straight face that he is tired of the rich buying elections, yet at the same time will offer people all these “free” things if they vote for him. Hey Bernie, that’s called trying to buy an election.

    I also find it amusing that many old people are sick and tired of millennials because of their views on socialism but say nothing to the fact that the current leader for the advancement of socialism is 74 years old.

    A VOTE FOR TED CRUZ IS A VOTE FOR THE CONSTITUTION.
    CRUZ 2016.

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  • [2] February 11, 2016 at 8:36pm

    Before anyone reply’s claiming that my post is anti boomers, or somehow a defense of millennials, let me tell you it most certainly is not. I think what we see happening is a natural progression. Many young people are idealists that believe in the tenets of socialism. Sadly, the realities of socialism and its effects are not taught in school or at home. However, as people get older, work and produce for themselves, they tend to become more conservative. This has been the case for many generations. As I see it, Ted Cruz is the one with the most understanding of our history and constitution left running for office. If you look at his history, it is hard to imagine that man ever having a liberal thought. Much like Ted Cruz, I developed my fascination for American History and a Love for our constitution at a young age. However, that is not the norm. For many young people from this generation and prior ones, conservative beliefs don’t take root until they get work and are forced to produce for themselves. Then they realize that a government that takes from them to give to others is an oppressive government. It is because of this natural progression, I believe we should amend the voting age to 25. I don’t see how you can ask an 18 year old who has limited education and limited life experience to make a choice that effects the nations future. (Exceptions of age should be provided for military veterans)

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  • [3] February 11, 2016 at 8:24pm

    It amazes me how many non millennial act like the 60′s counter culture never existed. This isn’t to say that all Baby Boomers were hippies, but to act like all baby boomers were born conservatives is as equally as false. Since I was a child, I have always had a deep fascination of American History. From that I have developed a deep love and respect for the US Constitution and our founding. Having said that, I can not name one teacher that had a deep impact on my love of history. That came from my Granny. My formal education mirrors very closely to that of what children are receiving today. I had one history, Teacher Mr. Mo**** who became very emotional when talking about Battle of Thermopylae. I had a female history teacher who did her best to glaze over the first portion of US history so we could get to the beginnings of feminism. I also had a black history teacher who treated his class as though it was solely about MLK. This isn’t to say that the history of the civil rights movement and women’s suffrage aren’t important topics, but it was astounding how little we discussed the founding of this nation. Being a millennial myself (32), I admit I am saddened when I hear some of the things kids of my generation say. But lets not forget that abortion on demand, free love, anti war protests were all products of the boomer generation. Even Reagan warned us in the 50′s that expansions into medicare would result in socialism. Did we listen? For most, conservatism comes with age.

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  • February 10, 2016 at 7:22pm

    comments like yours make me realize that liberals might be on to something with their arguments supporting Euthanasia. When I hear braindead trump supports talk, it makes me sad for them.

  • February 10, 2016 at 6:55pm

    OG.Blackman, is that why Christie and Obama snuggled next to the fire during the aftermath of “super”storm sandy? Did he want to be friends and back a winner?

  • [14] February 4, 2016 at 6:01pm

    Someone make sense of this please. Trey Gowdy is upset that King Obama has decided that he will allow more and more illegals to stay in this country. Yet Trey Gowdy has decided to endorse from president a man who through his gang of 8 proposals would have also allowed more illegals immigrants to stay and gain citizenship.

    I used to be a huge Trey Gowdy fan, and I am even more saddened to see that Tim Scott has endorsed Rubio now to. I don’t think Rubio is a bad guy, I would take him over Trump. Having said that, We have the opportunity to elect the most conservative candidate this country has even had. If we don’t elect Ted Cruz, we are losing the best opportunity to save this country from liberal and progressive ideology. Someone who will ensure that the judges he nominates are tried and true conservatives. Judges who will protect the Constitution from the eventual next democrat administration. Can people no see that so many establishment leaders are rallying around Rubio because they know Rubio can be manipulated. Why do you think they are scared of Ted Cruz. Because Ted Cruz’s values dictate that there are certain things that are 100% non-negotiable.

    TED CRUZ 2016
    Trey Gowdy What could have been.

  • [1] January 29, 2016 at 10:47pm

    Your assuming this was a legally purchased weapon. You don’t know how the father obtained the rifle. Having said that, The matter in question with Obama’s gun policies isn’t so much the background checks, It is federal database of gun ownership. The federal government has no right to know what kind of weapons I own, or how many that i have unless I have committed a crime. Especially in an age when computer hackers can easily hack that database then sell that information to criminals who would break into your home and steal your guns.

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  • [1] January 29, 2016 at 6:31pm

    You have to admit though, when she isn’t talking, she is still really hot.

  • [2] January 29, 2016 at 5:47pm

    I am one of the first to stand up and criticize the actions of over zealous under trained police officers who use deadly force when it is not warranted. Having said that, if this article accurately describes the events that took place that day, then the officer is innocent. The father, who initiated the violence by pointing his weapon at the officer is responsible for escalating the situation.

    It is still very sad that this little girl is dead, and even though he is innocent, that officer will carry that with him the rest of his life. I pray that he is freed of that burden.

    This also highlights the failure of the system. Here is a father who is already facing aggravated assault and other charges who has also recently done time in a mental facility. Given the fact that he is a mentally ill individual who has a history of violence, could there not have been a better way to go through and eviction process. I by no means am trying to lay that at the feet of the officer involved. But I do feel government agencies could do a better job tactically when dealing with a situations like this.

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  • [5] January 29, 2016 at 12:46pm

    I don’t think that he is minimizing the immigrant issue. Your post in itself is flawed. But in case you were unaware, Puerto Rico is an American territory, and as such Puerto Ricans have citizenship, and have since 1900. I do agree that because much of central and south America are s–t holes, then we will continue to face immigration challenges. I do however highly doubt the sincerity of any politician that says mass deportations are the answer. I think Trump himself has confirmed that with confirmation of mass amnesty in his touchback program. It is very unlikely that we deport 10 million, 12 million or 20 million illegal immigrants. Having said that, I can not support any politician who is willing to grant citizenship to any of these illegals.

    So I present to you, My immigration plan
    1. Build the wall and man it with more boarder guards
    2. Constitutional amendment establishing citizenship to children born only of legal residents
    (No more anchor babies)
    3. Mass Registration of all illegals within 3 months of passage of bill.
    (if you are not registered after that, your gone)
    4. Cut off all subsidies. (If you can’t afford to be here, then you go home)
    5. Must maintain continued employment as well as pay taxes
    6. If you commit a crime during this process your gone.
    7. Must learn English within 1 year.
    8. For those who get through this process, they receive Legal residency NOT Citizenship. AND NEVER have voting rights.

    Limited by character restraints but you get the point

  • January 29, 2016 at 12:17pm

    For all you kasich haters out there, all i have to say to you is this. There are three roads. There is the establishment road, then there is the far right wing road. Then there is kasich road. The Kasich road is the lane you’ll see on the highway where they throw those chunks of tire that fall of a truckers truck. Its where you’ll see abandoned vehicles that have those DOT tow away stickers on. Its that lane on mountains highways that truckers have to use when they can’t slow down and veer off onto that dirt lane to slow down. I call that the Oh s–t road.

    The kasich road
    Taking you where you don’t want to be
    Next 3000 miles.

  • January 29, 2016 at 11:19am

    They are Habitual Felons. Habitual Felons who happen to have Herpes

  • January 29, 2016 at 11:17am

    Seentoomuch, if sleeping with Hillary would destroy ISIS, and pay off our national debt, The United States Military would be at its lowest enlistment levels since 1775.

    That is why, I nominate a great patriot to lead this new All Hillary Military Division. A man who knows the tremendous honor it is to be a member of the Fighting Herpes Brigade. Ladies and Gentleman, I present to you SEENTOMUCH. get in there and make your country proud son.

  • [35] January 29, 2016 at 3:26am

    Well, it takes a village of idiots to raise an idiot. And that village has been around far longer than the millennial generation. But you are probably right. The Millennials gave us Jimmy Carter. The Millennials gave us “free” trade agreements that sent manufacturing jobs over seas. Those dang millennials gave us the EPA that makes it nearly impossible to bring any manufacturing jobs back. The Millennials gave us Bill Clinton and both Bushes. The millennials protested Vietnam vets as they came home from war. Those millennials perfected the art of divorce so that people could abandon their families and go “find themselves.” Look at the universities. They are infested with millennials who got jobs as tenured professors after Woodstock was over. And of course, millennials invented abortion on demand. I remember the Ronald Reagan rally where some kids started protesting and Reagan yelled “Oh shut up” to which the crowed cheered. I guess those protesting Reagan were Millennials.

    We could go back and fourth about which generation caused the problems and not get anywhere. Accusing one generation of failure over another is like Saying Bush was a better president than Obama. The reality is, Bush and Obama are similar to the different generations. They both suck. The real victims are future generations who are going to inherit awful government, void of any moral compass and lacking in constitutional principals. As well the combined debt of boomers and millennials alike.

    Cruz 2016

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