Then don't watch him. Problem solved. You're welcome.
 February 27, 2016 at 1:18pm
What is interesting to me is that a few months ago if you made a comment on the lunacy of Mr. Trump on this site you would be jumped on by a bunch of his supporters. As I scroll down the comments today, I see almost total agreement that the man is unfit for office. But is it too late? Does he already have the nomination locked up? I hope the media are wrong about that. If it’s Trump vs. Hillary, I am not excited about our country’s prospects.
Well said, Wordweaver.....and see MY comment above.
Maybe some people are wising up, but I still see a whole lot of blind support for Trump, both here and on other sites. If Trump wins the nomination, Hillary will be president. I have few doubts about that. Most of the people in this country can't stand Hillary, but even more can't stand Trump.
 February 1, 2016 at 9:21pm
It’s so easy, kids. Socialism is taking money from people who have earned it and giving it to those who haven’t.
And then communism moves in and takes it from those who took it from those who took it from those who earned it. Now the wage earner is totally subjugated to the government. Does that remind you of anyone in todays US government.
 January 25, 2016 at 11:23pm
Earthquake!!! Oh, no, it’s just Donald’s knees knocking together. He’s afraid of a girl. Coward! What are you afraid of? Everybody loves you. People tell you how great you are everywhere you go. You could pull out a gun and shoot someone on 5th Ave and nothing would happen to you. And you are afraid of Megyn Kelly because she isn’t fair to you? You are not Commander in Chief material. Please drop out and build a golf course.
56% of voters in the state approve of the job Haley is doing to only 28% who disapprove. Her numbers with Republicans (71/18) and independents (53/27) are good but what really sets her apart from other Governors across the country is that she's at almost break even (40/42) even with Democratic voters. That's a very unusual amount of cross over support these days. The good numbers with Democrats are particularly fueled by her being at 45/30 with African Americans, suggesting continued goodwill toward her for the leadership she provided in taking down the Confederate flag.
Totally agree with you. They are always angry and have nasty personalities. It's such a turn off. Compare them to other conservative women such as Jedediah Bilah and Dana Loesch, and you can see the difference. The latter are more composed and less emotional.
Keep pumping in brown third world migrant trash and you will get all the negativity that you and your daughters can handle.
 January 10, 2016 at 11:46pm
… because Donald knows everything about everything, we should clap for this. Well, Donald, I guess the playoffs temporarily took the spotlight off of you for a few seconds. We know how that hurts you so.
 January 2, 2016 at 9:34pm
Shias killing Sunnis. Sunnis killing Shias. It’s not enough that they both want to kill infidels, they have enough hatred left over to hate each other too. Can you imagine Baptists warring with Methodists like this? My pet theory with all this middle east barbarism is that the violence and hatred has nothing to do with religion or philosophies. It’s about scenery. These people simply hate where they have to live and resent that other folks have countries that have green trees and are not total deserts. They are sick of living in 50 shades of brown, and are looking to stick it to anybody they can, including each other.
 December 31, 2015 at 11:50pm
Has CNN learned nothing from previous years embarrassments with this dame? She stinks on ice. She must have some dirt on CNN executives to keep getting this gig. Cooper should just tell her she is whack.
 December 30, 2015 at 10:55am
Barack the timid ostrich will not even mention this event. He will bury his head in the sand as he intends to do with any act of foreign aggression toward our military because he just doesn’t want to deal with it. This whole second term has been all about this familiar refrain. If it isn’t about climate change or turning our country away from fossil fuels, then he isn’t interested.
 December 30, 2015 at 12:17am
So, Donald, in your warped world of physics, because few evangelicals come out of Cuba, then that somehow suggests that there is a small probability that Ted Cruz, who has some Cuban heritage, is an evangelical Christian. Wow, dude. How are there so many million people in this country supporting you? You are a complete and total snake oil salesman. You hold up your Bible as you spout this nonsense, yet a few months ago when asked your favorite verse, you couldn’t come up with one. You call yourself a Presbyterian, but I bet you cannot recite the Apostle’s Creed.How often did you attend Sunday services before your campaign started? Please tell us about your personal relationship with Jesus Christ. I can only hope that your army of supporters really start listening to what you say, because you are not worthy of the office of President. You would make Obama look like a master statesman. I didn’t think that would be possible.
To be honest I don't think it matters. If God cared about who won the presidency we wouldn't have gotten Obama, or Clinton, etc...
His supporters already admit that they dont care.
SOME Cuban heritage… you mean half Cuban heritage right?
you act like hes 1/16th Cuban
 December 27, 2015 at 8:56pm
Spade is a punk. This is not even a story.
 December 26, 2015 at 8:20pm
This is the kind of guy who has been a real problem for me my whole life. I am white, and was raised to love people of all creeds and colors, and yet for most of my six decades I have listened to minority bigots tell me about the legacy of racism that comes from my pedigree and how awful I should feel about that. Then they ask me what I am going to do about it, and I say, “How about if I treat you the same as everyone else?”, and they say, “that’s not good enough.” So, here’s the thing professor: I am not guilty of the sins of others who have come before me, and I have no time for your sanctimonious open letter gift, because it is way off target. It may make you feel better by writing it, but it does not bring us closer together. You can’t gift-wrap a guilt trip and expect it to be well received.
 December 23, 2015 at 1:13pm
Sorry, Professor. I don’t worship my government. They work for me. I worship Jesus Christ. So they actually pay you to shape young minds? That is indeed unfortunate.
 December 22, 2015 at 8:14pm
Good. It is past time to narrow the field. I look forward to a debate with the top three or two, but it is too early for that. The way I see it, the fewer candidates on the stage, the more Trump looks alike a bozo, and voters start to turn toward the viable candidates.
Because the RINOs got in there by themselves of course...
 December 22, 2015 at 10:48am
The reality is that people are on edge right now after the shootings in CA. If you look like a person from a muslim nation and dress like one, then you would do well to not do anything that looks remotely suspicious. People have been told to speak up when they see things that don’t look right. This was a good example of an activity that might not have caused any notice a month ago – but under the circumstances, it wasn’t the smartest thing to do. You can rail against profiling if you want, but it is and always has been a major tool of law enforcement. Not necessarily racial profiling, but profiling in general – looking for things in human behavior that don’t look right.
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and acts like a duck, it is a Duck. That is not profiling that is fact that is a suspect or the PC version, "Person of interest".
 December 20, 2015 at 12:50am
Hillary works very hard to characterize her personal failures and the failures of her party as if they are petty little things. She certainly has had a lot of practice at it these last couple of years. But we all know that Obamacare is a disaster, and people are getting creamed with high premiums and high deductible and unavailability of doctors. But these are just glitches to Hillary. She spoke of numerous things tonight – big plans that she has to make life better in America, and every one of them costs billions of dollars above and beyond the bills we are currently ringing up under Obama. Bad news all the way around.
I can't wait for their excuses next year when obamacare does not meet anywhere near their projected 35M enrollees. Can't blame it on Bush so it probably will be all (R) for not supporting the failed project.