User Profile: WhereDidMyCountryGo


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  • [-1] May 30, 2016 at 10:05pm

    Same 5-1 odds say your a trump voter that became exicted at the thought of having 1 less illegal. Did you get the warm and fuzzys when you wrote your post. Its one thing to want to stop illegal immigration. Its entirly different to have the need to point out that he might have been here illegaly. I pray he had a relationship with Jesus. And I pray you find one.

  • [1] May 29, 2016 at 6:10am

    Lmfao…. Think im wrong about what i said, Then look at West Coast Patriots reply. He says I am wrong, then goes on to explain that I am right because people are fooled by speeches that promise to fix their problems. Continue reading, his overall solution to the problem is excitment that Trumps Kids will one day establish a Trump dynasty and continue a trump legacy. Hmmm, sounds an awful lot like whats already wrong with this country. Finally, revealing himself to not be conservative, (establishment republican like) he admitts that social conservatism has no place in the republican party. Which is to say that to win, we nust be more like the democrats. West Coast Unpatriot. Thank you so much for prooving my point. You did a very good job.

  • [1] May 28, 2016 at 10:03pm

    The argument that Clinton, Trump, Obama, or Bush are the worst things to happen to America is a tired one at best. Reality Check time. All the names I listed only got elected because people voted for them. Obama didnt elect himself. Trump didnt win the nomination without support. The worst thing to happen to America are Americans. Sounds harsh i know, but its truth. We have gone from a nation of nothing to fear but fear itself to a nation affraid of everything. Weve gone from a nation of do it yourself to who will do it for me. Weve gone from a nation of who will do what it takes to get the job done, to a nation that wont work more than 40 hours unless you compinsate me dohble time and provide me insuance and other union bennifits. Weve gone from a nation of people who said what can we do for our country, to a nation that says what has my country done for me. We used to be a nation of men and women who raised children in the ways of the world, no we ask who is going to pay for my childs education and childcare. Yes, i am never Trump. But in reality, we deserve trump amd all the negative that comes with it. We sold our liberty years ago to have the security the govt cant provide. We will soon know the consequences. Hillary, Trump, doesnt matter. They are a product of the worst of America.

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  • May 28, 2016 at 9:50pm

    West Coast Patriot, i understand you refuse to see anything other than the way you see it. Look at your response. You assume that i supported republican policies like touchback amnesty until it became a policy of Trump. I dont support any policy that grants reentry to someone that broke the law to get in here. I opposed this under Bush and I oppose it under Obama and i will oppose it under Trump. And yes, you will see the vast majority given a greenlight for reentry under trump. To me that is no different than Hillary just letting them stay to begin with. Ive been a libertarian and anti establishment longer than youve been a flavor of the month trump fanboy. A lack of logical thinking is exactly what gave us Trump, and Clinton, and Bush, and romney, and clinton and Bush Sr. Yet, hate filled Johnny Come latlys like yourself believe Trump is the answer to all your anti establishment dreams. We will see how well that works out. Then you can tell me how all the chewing on your nose to spite your face went when Donal Trump reveals his true self. But i question if your priciples are solid or will you just support trump blindly regardless of what he does. #YesNeverTrump and NeverHillary

  • [11] May 28, 2016 at 3:21pm

    PricePL, using your car analolgy, if the illegals invading this country relates to the engine in a car, then why would you take that car to a mechanic who advocates a solution that involves deporting them only to have them come back with legal status. Thats exactly what his touch back program will do. They will apply by the millions and be granted residency and at some point citizenship. You need to stop taking your cars to mechanics who replace broken parts with other broken parts. You believe that because i dont support trump, then i cant be a true conservative or a patriot. The reason i struggle with supporting Trump is because his ever changing views and opionions show that he is neither a patriot or conservative. A vote for trump is a gamble. We either get the tough talker who is going to fix what he says he will fix, or we get the business man whoes core values or on the negotiating table and is willing to walk away from his promises. Typical GOP if you ask me. The difference this time is, all those who support Trump but claim they are sick of lying politicians, they will excuse everyone of trumps lies and broken promises.

  • [14] May 28, 2016 at 3:11pm

    Thats a very short sided analyses. People like you are infatuated with the idea that Hillary Clinton is the worst thing that could happen. Just as Barack Obama was the worst thing that I could happen. I happen to agree with you that a Clinton presidency will be very bad. What people like you cant see, is what those of us who cant support Trump see. Which Donald Trump are we voting for? Is it the Donald who is pro life, or the one who wants to continue funding planned parenthood? Is it the Donald who wants to punish women who have abortions, or the one who changed his mind and just punish the provider? Is it the Donald who hates the idea of guns, or the one who will protect the 2nd amendment. Is it the one who loves universal health care, or the one who loves the mandate, or the one who thinks it should be private? Is it the Donald that wants American companies to produce in America, or the one whoes own clothing line is made in China? Is it the Donald who will deport all illegals, or the one who will invite them all back via a touchback program now with legal status? Is it the Donald that thought Hillary Clinton was the best, or the one that things she is the worst. You dont know who he is, or what he will do, or what he stands for. Yet you are certain that nothing can be worse than Clintom. I dont know that Trump can be worse, but based on his ever changing stances, i do know he can be the same as a Clinton.

  • [1] May 19, 2016 at 9:47pm

    I happen to agree that Mitch McConnell and other liberal republicans need to be voted out. Having said that, I don’t see how replacing them with another liberal republican named Trump will change anything. But you know what Einstein said about insanity. “Doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result is the definition of insanity.” So you go ahead and vote McConnell out, and vote Trump in. We will see what is different.

  • May 19, 2016 at 9:42pm

    Looking through my post, I saw no mention of any judgment I passed on you. I simply pointed out that you are eager to see a 17 black kid die because he had very tasteless views on women at the age of 17. Moreover, I happened to point out that I myself had very tasteless views of women as a teenager, and that I was lucky enough to have lived long enough to mature and change. Funny thing is, I never actually judged you. I simply pointed out that you were eager to point out Trayvon Martins flaws and said he died because he was a thug. I only asked the simple question. Have you been so perfect in your life that you will not be judged by the same standards you seem to judge Trayvon by?

  • May 19, 2016 at 9:33pm

    A nation full of idiots.
    I my self am a believer in Never Trump. I also happen to be a firm believer in Never Hillary. I was as equally committed to Never McCain, Never Obama, Never Romney.

    The problem is, we are a nation full of idiots. In a country of 300 plus million Americans, if Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are the best we can find to be our next president, then we deserve whatever happens to us.
    The Constitution used to mean something. Liberty and Freedom used to be words that had meaning to people. Rights were something that should be protected at all costs. Now we sell our rights if the cost is high enough. Now we are a nation full of idiots. We care more about making America White Again than we do adhering to the constitution. We care more about making sure that straight Christians are forced to use the same bathrooms as trans people. Do we do it because we care so much about how trans people feel? No, we do it because we hate Christianity and want to force that on them. Do we care that education isn’t mentioned as something the federal government is supposed to be a part of? Nope. Do we care that our Constitution makes no mention of a program to take care of seniors that will bankrupt this country? Nope. But if it makes our lives easier, than we should allow the federal government to do as much as it can, So long as the president has the right letter in front of his name. Why? Because we are a nation of idiots.

  • [-1] May 18, 2016 at 7:49pm

    I think it would be sweet irony if you were a Trump supporter at the same time lambasting Martin for his references to women in tweets.

    God’s justice is perfect. I hope that you will not parish in the way you deserve. Or maybe you will be judged according to the way you judge others. I know for a fact that when I was 17, treating women as anything other than an object of my lust wasn’t exactly a priority. Having said that, I’m great full that I wasn’t followed home one night when walking through a neighborhood and shot. Luckily I’ve had the opportunity to grow up and mature as a man. And grow as a Christian. But for folks like you, I guess being pro life stops upon delivery and anything anyone does after that is cause for your judgment.

    Well, I’ve been a lot of things in life. At the moment I’m am proud that I can call myself saved by the blood of Jesus. But you might think you are beyond a little humility yourself. Judge not least ye be judged. Unless of course your JCcraine, who is as perfect as perfect gets. Without flaw or mistake, especially when you were a teenager.

  • May 18, 2016 at 7:41pm

    You got me. Because I take issue with a man searching for celebrity for killing someone, justified or not, it makes me a liberal. Your powers of deduction are beyond compare Hawk. The fact is, regardless of what we think of Trayvon Martin as a person, at that moment he was doing nothing more than walk home. He was pursued by a man who was ordered by police to stay in his vehicle. If you actually read my original post then you would have read this, “I can accept the fact that the jury found him not guilty.” I very clearly explained that I have an issue with a man who, justified or not, has been all over the media bragging and denigrating the parents of the guy he killed. If in your mind that qualifies me a liberal, then so be it.

  • May 18, 2016 at 12:41am

    Never mind the fact that Martin was only walking through the neighborhood. Never mind the fact that the police told Zimmerman to stand down and not pursue Martin. Never mind the fact that Zimmerman left the safety of his car in an attempt to apprehend Martin. Never mind the fact that Martin was probably afraid because someone had followed him from their car, and then ran after him on foot. I can’t say for certain if I wouldn’t start swinging if someone was following me around.

    I can accept the fact that the jury found him not guilty. But to be fair to Martin, It would appear that Mr and Mrs Zimmerman didn’t do a very good job of raising their little George either. The idea that he keeps interjecting himself into the headlines, bragging about how he killed someone, and then having the audacity to talk about Martins mother.

    George, you may very well be right. But there are two things your parents didn’t teach you. Humility and Class. You clearly have neither of those.

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  • [1] May 14, 2016 at 3:43pm

    I’m so tired of hearing from this Canadian. His dad killed JFK and he continuously cheats on his wife. He has no credibility anymore. Trump says that there should be no bathroom law and that people should go where they are comfortable. If Trump says it, then I’m all good with it.

    (Said by every Trumpbot everywhere)

  • May 12, 2016 at 12:56pm

    Does this mean I never have cokes or cake? Does it mean That I only eat Kale for breakfast lunch and dinner? No. I still love an Ice Cold Coke and I still hate and don’t eat Kale. But I don’t eat friend chicken (still pisses me off) I go for the baked chicken. Instead of a pound of Mac N cheese as a side, I’ll do a veggie. I still have a slice of cake now and then, but I don’t use cake as main source of food. I use it as a treat cause i’m craving a desert. Man all this talk of cokes and cakes is getting me hungry.

  • [3] May 12, 2016 at 12:53pm

    Weight Loss is not a realistic goal?

    It isn’t realistic if you don’t take it seriously. I’ve lost 37 pounds in my pursuit to be happier and healthier. With another 15 to 20 to go, let me tell you. I’m much happier and healthier than I was. I’m 33 years old and have back and knee issues, but I can do more now with less pain than I could with 37 extra pounds. Even though a certain amount of pain will always be there, I can’t wait to see how I feel when I’m down to my goal weight.

    “Have your cake and eat it to” The problem with many overweight people is they want to be in shape, but they don’t understand that you must sacrifice a lot of food pleasures to obtain weight loss. That sacrifice doesn’t end the day you reach your goal weight. It is about lifestyle changes. Take it from me. Up until I was in my late 20′s, I was young and athletic, I could eat what I wanted and do what I wanted with very little effect on my weight. Then you throw in some surgery, a little time off, a lot of laziness and feeling sorry for myself and you get 60 pounds of weight gain very fast. When I was active my body metabolized all those sweets, but as I slowed down they began to take their toll. Physically, I can’t do the things I did at 25. The knees can’t do it anymore, but with the proper lifestyle changes, I can certainly do more now than I could 1 years ago. Yes, Love yourself. But if something is bothering you, change it. Don’t make excuses.

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  • [1] May 12, 2016 at 11:15am

    You may not have voted for Mitt Romney, but if Ted Cruz was the nominee we all know that you and other Trumpbots would be clambering to see Ted’s birth certificate, tax returns, and proof that his father didn’t kill JFK.

    Pot calling the kettle black there Monk.

  • May 9, 2016 at 3:34pm


    You seem like a nice guy or gal. But, if you can’t see what voting Donald Trump into the white house would do to this country, then I don’t know what to tell you. I have a hard time trusting a man who says we need to deport illegals, while admitting that he has hired illegals to do work for him. (Admitted to hiring illegals at Florida resorts.) I have a hard time trusting a man who claims to love and adore woman, yet trashes every woman who doesn’t agree with everything he says. I have a hard time Trusting a man who says that carrier AC is an awful company for putting the dollar first by moving to mexico yet admits that his clothing line is made overseas because he can make more money that way. I have a hard time trusting a man who has given to Hillary Clinton, and complimented her on her work as Secretary of state, but now thinks she is awful. (I know I know, He did it because he is a businessman…. Well then I say, give me the businessman who puts his country first and not his wallet… That isn’t Trump) I have a hard time trusting a man who thinks Obama Care is awful but has admitted that the mandate was a really good idea. I have a hard time Trusting Trump supporters or respecting their opinions because they will excuse and explain away all the Hypocrisy that Donald Trump can throw at them. All in the name of being angry and hoping to get even. Most want to get even with the Mexicans.

  • [1] May 9, 2016 at 3:25pm


    I will concede that I am not as knowledgeable as you are on homosexuals in Germany. From this point forward, I will defer to you on any questions related to homosexuals as you seem to have had an Oh moment during your stringent research into gay Nazi’s.

    To your point of mutual respect of opinions. Does this respect that permeates in your life include respect for the opinions and ideas of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and other liberal and progressives? I would question your legitimacy as a patriot if you did have respect for their ideas. If you say no, then I can only question your judgement, because many of Trumps ideas are the same as a liberals.

    I do however respect your right to form whatever misinformed opinion and bad idea you want. But the ideas and opinions themselves I will call stupid if they are indeed stupid. As to Making America White Again. If politics were like sex, then the mention of deportations would be the orgasm to Trump supporters. Does this mean I support open boarders or amnesty for illegals? No. But do I believe there is a mental disorder in many who become excited at the thought of deporting people out of the United States. I had the benefit of going to a Trump rally, and the contempt for Mexicans and blacks by so many of his supporters rivals the anti Jewish rhetoric of a Hitler rally. (see birchsociety above)

  • [2] May 9, 2016 at 3:03am

    Yep, he put his people first alright. Unless of course you were gay, mentally challenged, Jewish, physically disabled, held political or religious beliefs differing from the Nazi Party. And you wonder why people who listen to Trump and his supporters here the echos of Hitler. Trump supporters do not love the United States or the Constitution. Far to many of them are fascists who are more concerned with promoting a socialists ideology and Making America White Again. But you’ll notice, he tries to disguise his fascist fantasies by asking a pseudo intellectual questions.

    With the election fast approaching, I ask myself everyday if I should just go ahead and vote for Trump to spare the United States Hillary Clinton. And every day, a Trump supporter opens his mouth and confirms that I should absolutely vote third party. I love the Constitution, I love liberty, and I love the United States to much to vote either Hillary or the hate filled Donald Trump.

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  • [2] May 9, 2016 at 12:51am

    I don’t believe any candidate, Trump, Cruz or any other could have walked away from this Primary with any sort of mandate. There is no denying that having such a large field benefited Trump. In a perfect world the republican party would adjust their selection process. My example goes like this. The first 10 states in a primary have the sole purpose of narrowing the field. For instance, you have 18 candidates run for the nomination. After the first 10 states, if you are not in the top 2, then you are removed from consideration. With the remaining 40 states, each of the top two candidates start over with 0 delegates and 0 votes. This would give people a clear option for who they would like to vote for. No spoilers, no complaining. You either campaign and win or you lose. Also, states that have open primaries are stupid. Its a republican party, do not let democrats join so they can spoil your vote in any direction. Also, the party needs to adjust the registration date that one can vote. Enough of these democrats that switch party’s last minute to choose the republican candidate.

    In this scenario, does it mean that Cruz walks away with the nomination? Maybe not. But does it provide the fairest outcome and allow people a clear A and B choice. This is why we are going to get stuck with Hillary. Because Trump has gotten 40% of the vote, and many more don’t trust him.

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