Because people like Obummer and Shrillhill see armed citizens like us as a threat. Iran with a nuke is O.K. with them, but God forbid I should own an AR-15.
...and she did lie under oath about gun running.
Remember folks, these people provide guns to overthrow other governments, but they want to take yours.
Why is that?
Was that a Khan job?
Vince. It's been a long time for someone to say something nice about me. Thanks.
Rat T. The lady in the Kim Jun II pant suit. I roared. Great one.
It's so hard to believe that people don't see through this phony witch.
The lady in the Kim Jun Il pantsuit lied again yesterday about the FBI director Comey's statements regarding their investigation. She says he never said the lied.
He did say what she told us was "not the truth."
Do we really want to play this game again with lying lawyers? Send her back to Arkansas if they will go. After the convictions for the Clinton Foundation frauds while she was Secretary of State.
I did a little research and went behind enemy lines and checked Media Matters.
I understand now that you are talking about Schweizers book from last summer.
Funny how your beloved N.Y. Times and Wash. Post have no trouble with the book.
That very " non- partisan" Clinton butt-boy David Brock was very upset about it however.
I am catching on to your slick habit of accusing everyone who disagrees with you of not
having an original thought or of ripping off someone.
I think you get most of your ammo from M.M. aka Bad Manners Media and their fact checking of everything on the right. Of course, they are always " fair and balanced."
Maybe you should find a new source of material as you are getting quite tedious repeating their lines.
And quit calling CW names. He's great fun and doesn't take himself so seriously like you lefties do.
Not familiar with Clinton Cash Peabo. I bet you know lots about regurgitation however.
I do use Drudge and Real Clear Politics for info. I'm sure you don't approve of those either,
as you seem to be a Media Manners kind of guy.
Vince. Peabrain has plenty to contribute. Granted, most of it is calling me names. But, I suppose it's something.
Electing Chump will get the corruption OUT of our government?
Thanks for the biggest laugh I've had in, what feels like, forever. It's gonna take a lot of effort to top that one.
It's amazing how peole have bought the DNC rethoric about Donald Trump. The wikileaks DNC emails prove that they invent stories to denigrate other candidates, like Bernie who paid DNC substantial money only to get played. The DNC plays sick games, in one email they agreed to place an add on Craigslist while pretending to be the Trump Organization hiring young females, they are sick people who don't believe in their candidate so they have to resort to sick tactics, the same ones Hillary resorts to. Hillary & the DNC silenced Bernie's delegates, insulted them and humiliated them, later to discard them like a worn out rags. How can anyone support someone who doesn't care for human beings ? Hillary sees people as pawns for her gain, she doesn't want to be President to help Americans she wants to continuing helping the Clinton Foundation that is dependent on Government favors to other countries that are willing to pay her millions of dollars. It's time to elect someone who is not part of the Washington elites establishment, it's time to elect Donald J Trump, this candidate will help us clean house in Congress, the time has come to get the corruption out of our Government!
Going to have to do better than regurgitate lines from Clinton Cash, Vinnie. Unless you're on the Hoover Institue payroll, that is.
And Debbi, your post is simply not true. Try to bolster your argument with facts.
The Koch Bros. announced yesterday that they are endosing and supporting Hillary Clinton as the best candidate. Count me out. Wake up democrats, she is a fraud. Please don't make another mistake.
Sounds like you have absolutely nothing to contribute. Maybe you should take a break.
Hope your conscience is clear after you vote for the candidate who rips off Haitian relief money
and takes Russian uranium bribes. Did I mention all of the money from countries who treat
woman and gays so well? So funny to hear about your high moral standard.
And to you as well.
As good a reason as I've heard so far. Not good enough for me, but I have a little more faith in a liberal third party doing more if they get more (votes, exposure, funding, etc). You vote for Hillary and I'll keep pushing to turn red states green this cycle. I honestly don't think either effort will result in catastrophe so the battle for the left can be fought another day. Good luck out there.
I understand, elsueno. I just disagree. If third party candidates had more success shaping policy than siphoning votes I might feel differently. In my opinion, the Democratic party has needed to be pulled to the left for a long time. Bernie was (and I hope will continue to be) able to do so because he challenged from within. And, unfair or not, until third party candidates get their procedural ducks in a row and show they can organize on a national and professional scale, they will always be treated as fringe.
As for Trump, I think it's essential for the health of this country that the ignorance, the arrogance, the race-baiting, and the misogyny he represents be overwhelmingly repudiated in the popular vote. For that reason, a vote for Hilary, even if she loses the state, is absolutely valid.
My keyboard has multiple strokes. It is getting better.
Peabo, you still don't seem to understand that voting for Hillary Clinton in Arizona does nothing to help her win or stop a Trump presidency. That's not a straw man or a cliche, it's a reality. So if you're against Trump (which I'm certain we both are), your vote becomes an opportunity to lend support to a candidate who represents your values rather than participation in an effort to prevent the greater of two evils from taking office. For me, that person is Jill Stein and my vote for her is harmless to Hillary supporters' efforts.
Maybe seeing a true liberal receive a record number of votes this cycle will cause Democrats to adopt some of her stances. Maybe it won't. But voting for a candidate I dislike in a state she has no chance of winning seems ludicrous. If I lived in a blue or swing state, I'd have more soul searching to do. But I don't, so I don't. It's not my system, I just vote in it.
"Liberals never lear." Clinton or Trump, Rat, I'm going fight to get you an education.
elsueno- thanks for the helping of condescension, but you're going to need something better than cliches and straw men to throw around if you want to make a convincing case. Despite your rather lazy accusations, I'm no fan of Monsanto or anything else on your laundry list. I'm just someone who thinks the practical way to shape and change policy is from within. You know, like how civil rights legislation and stuff like that was passed. The way we've been doing it for years.
Blaze Mason - K-12 education, gun control, debt-free college, affordable health care, campaign finance reform, and so on. Do I think she's going to roll up her sleeves and dive right in on all this? No. Do I think there are some hollow campaign year promises in there. Sure, I'm not a child. But, you see, that's where the fight is to me. The good fight that can actually make change happen.
I ask you about Jill Stein. What makes you think she would be effective if elected? I'm all ears.
And we'll have to agree to disagree on Nader. I won't hang everything on his shoulders, but he let his ego get in the way and the country paid the price.
I can't stop either one of you from your burn the house down logic, but if you're cynical enough to think there would be no difference between a Trump and a Clinton presidency, then you are only thinking of yourselves.
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