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  • FRIGHTENING number:

    08/22/2014 5:35:21 PM PDT · 3 of 24
    Hostage to ObamahatesPACoal

    Hey Scalise,

    Explain two things:

    1. Mississippi
    2. Mark Mayfield

    Until then go F yourself.

    Your new enemy created by you and your cronies

  • Pentagon chief: ISIS 'beyond anything we have seen'

    08/22/2014 8:40:24 AM PDT · 37 of 42
    Hostage to TangledUpInBlue

    The Middle East is confusing.

    A piece by General Allen yesterday said that elements of Syrian rebels, Kurds and Sunnis should be used under a unified command to defeat the Islamic State (the IS ir ISIS).

    “The Kurds, the Sunnis and the Free Syrian resistance elements of the region are the “boots on the ground” necessary to the success of this campaign, and the attack on IS must comprehensively orchestrate these diverse forces across the entire region. “

    Hamas is ISIS and vice versa according to Israel’s Netanyahu.

    Hezbollah, Assad in Syria and Iran are tied together. Iran is Shi’ite and ISIS executes Shia and releases Sunni.

    So only those with detailed knowledge of the various tribal elements such as General Allen can sort out a plan to defeat the IS.

    McCain should be fully informed but he is a shill for other interests that conservatives are opposed to. Conservatives are in a bad position here. As Kurds and others achieve some roll back of ISIS, Obama gets credit and democrats get a boost in November as the party that best manages the region. On the other hand if ISIS gains more traction, Obama can’t blame the situation on GW Bush and the republicans any longer but then ISIS can solidify and win long term gains.

    Even if republicans take the Senate and hold the House, ISIS expansion continues. And the republican leadership that controls the House and Senate are bought and paid for by the same oligarchs that bought and paid for the democrats. So conservatives are left out in the cold.

    If Ted Cruz or Sarah Palin or someone similar takes the White House in 2016, and tea party conservatives gain leadership of the House and Senate, ISIS will be established and only full scale war designed to destroy them will work.

  • SHOEBAT: Most prominent spiritual leader in Muslim Brotherhood declares Turkey

    08/20/2014 7:32:48 PM PDT · 19 of 19
    Hostage to afsnco

    It’s obvious you didn’t read the short yet informative description in the link I provided to you.

    I ask you to read the material in that link and then I would like to hear what you think about ‘Shoebat’.

  • SHOEBAT: Most prominent spiritual leader in Muslim Brotherhood declares Turkey

    08/20/2014 12:06:48 PM PDT · 13 of 19
    Hostage to afsnco

    I think your number 5 is far off. The following link describes how to think about ‘666’:

  • Primary Threat in Alaska has GOP Establishment Shuddering

    08/19/2014 5:10:07 PM PDT · 10 of 10
    Hostage to georgiarat

    They will blame their base; the base who they insulted, spit on, threatened, belittled, stabbed in the back, and will blame them for not getting out to vote for their ‘picks’ that came from their ‘superior’ perspective, even though in the recent past a plethora of their picks have lost and even though Pelosi would still be Speaker without the Tea Party movement.

  • Archbishop of Mosul: "I have lost my Diocese to Islam - You in the West...

    08/19/2014 7:36:15 AM PDT · 82 of 88
    Hostage to cloudmountain

    What a petty and false response. You really showed with that quip you’re not worth anyone’s time here.

    Look at the damn link and see for yourself that the quote is verbatim, missing caps and all.

  • Latest Senate Polling Results

    08/19/2014 7:34:02 AM PDT · 52 of 55
    Hostage to Trapped Behind Enemy Lines

    > “Say what you like about McConnell but he has opposed all of BHO’s policies...”


    McConnell is controlled by Oligarchs meaning those that pay for his seat and pull his strings. They also control Obama.

  • Impeachable Alleged Clinton Immigration Offenses Squashed by GOP Senate Leadership

    08/19/2014 3:08:00 AM PDT · 9 of 9
    Hostage to VerySadAmerican

    Fred Thompson voted to convict Clinton on obstruction of justice. His brief was one of the finest legal arguments ever assembled, on par with Lincoln’s address before Cooper Union.

    I am certain Fred Thompson knew the US Senate had been sold out and felt helpless to do anything about it. They are still sold out today and that is what makes this book timely.

  • Archbishop of Mosul: "I have lost my Diocese to Islam - You in the West...

    08/18/2014 8:29:30 PM PDT · 79 of 88
    Hostage to cloudmountain
    Read for yourself:

    islam considers a muslim's wealth as a deposit entrusted to one by allah (swt) and in return a muslim has to give away the portion designated for the poor and has to use his wealth only in what pleases allah (swt). zakat or alms tax was the first system known to humanity that guaranteed custody to the needy and social justice among the members of the community, where part of the wealth of the rich is redistributed to the poor and needy. it had entitled "the poor have the right to take alms tax if the rich refrained from paying it voluntarily", as stated by one of the fair orientalists -leorodten-.

  • Latest Senate Polling Results

    08/18/2014 2:21:20 PM PDT · 47 of 55
    Hostage to Trapped Behind Enemy Lines

    You can list all kinds of things that McConnell supposedly supports. But the bottomline is he is bought and paid for by the same entities that have bought off democrats.

    McConnell was there when we worked our butts off to give W the House and the Senate in his 2nd term. And still they did their master’s bidding and those masters are the Banksters on Wall St. and the US Chamber of Commerce. They grew government and spent the public’s tax revenues like drunken sailors.

    Out here in conservative land, they hate us and will do the same things the democrats will do to marginalize, defund and demoralize us.

    And we are in position as a result of their maneuvering that we cannot win as long as they hold power. They can wag their fingers at us, call us names, belittle us and tell us we have nowhere else to go, and we better vote for them else the democrats get the power.

    It is better that they go away so that we have a chance at getting the republican party back in our control. Either that or go 3rd party. We win nothing by voting in McConnell’s people. We lose no matter what unless we gain control of the GOP or go 3rd Party.

  • Latest Senate Polling Results

    08/18/2014 11:32:36 AM PDT · 45 of 55
    Hostage to Trapped Behind Enemy Lines

    McConnell didn’t need to vote for those things because he knew the democrats would pass them anyways.

    Where McConnell reveals his true colors is in the cloture votes. He always votes for cloture and carries a contingent of paid off GOP establishment senators with him. Then he votes no so he can tell the folks back home how conservative he is.

    Ted Cruz exposed this cloture hypocrisy in McConnell, Cornyn and many others. And those two hate Cruz for revealing their true natures.

    Vote for the GOP Arlen Specters and watch their smoke and mirrors antics while they grow federal government bigger and bigger.

    By the way Thad Cochran and Haley Barbour were democrats and are still covert democrats. They are only republicans for convenience just like Mike Bloomberg was a republican for convenience. Now if you want to support these snakes, you can’t call yourself conservative; simple as that.

  • Latest Senate Polling Results

    08/18/2014 8:09:43 AM PDT · 25 of 55
    Hostage to Trapped Behind Enemy Lines

    McConnell is a democrat masquerading as a republican, you just won’t accept it.

    It is incredible that anyone with the intelligence to see that conservatism is the voice of truth and reason, and who associate and interact with conservatives, would think there are two parties in Washington DC.


    Conservatives have been placed in the loser’s circle by deceitful design. If you call yourself conservative, the oligarchs who have bought and paid for the US Senate have made you a loser no matter what you do.

    You vote, you lose.

    You don’t vote, you lose.

    Doesn’t matter who you choose to be a cheerleader for.

    Choose your poison, you die.

    Don’t choose your poison, you die.

  • Archbishop of Mosul: "I have lost my Diocese to Islam - You in the West...

    08/18/2014 7:58:38 AM PDT · 74 of 88
    Hostage to cloudmountain

    The UK, Sweden, Denmark, France and others are pushing back and changing or have already changed their immigration policies. More needs to be done.

    Western Europe and USA-Canada have allowed a Muslim beachhead to establish itself because of naivete and foolishness. People are waking up.

    A background reading of the life and importance of Mohammed reveals that today’s Muslim followers have described Mohammed as a force of socialism, a politics of redistribution. This is undoubtedly why it has caught hold in Indonesia and parts of Africa and why it is difficult to remove it from its entrenchment among those in the lower educated ranks.

  • Archbishop of Mosul: "I have lost my Diocese to Islam - You in the West...

    08/18/2014 7:04:43 AM PDT · 72 of 88
    Hostage to cloudmountain

    Muslims are a BIG problem in Sweden and other parts of Scandinavia.

    Turks are a significant ethnic group inside Germany.

    This isn’t about colonial payback. This is invasion pure and simple.

  • Archbishop of Mosul: "I have lost my Diocese to Islam - You in the West...

    08/17/2014 5:59:52 PM PDT · 54 of 88
    Hostage to NorthMountain; El Cid

    Adams and Washington also knew about the Barbary Coast Pirates and in fact 15% of the revenue of the nwe USA was to pay these pirates for unfettered passage. The new USA was very pacifistic and it was thought that 15% was to avoid war. But that pacifism did not last as more was demanded by the pirates. Jefferson was forced to send the Navy to battle the pirates.

    Posts 15 and 21 I believe more accurately cover the real reasoning the Founders had in ignoring Islam.

    But I still think the Founders had no idea that Islam is a cult or religion that cannot be made by the force of law to coexist with other belief systems. The reason we see them now in apparent coexistence is because their numbers are small. As soon as they grow large enough, we will see them emerge to change law favoring their religious beliefs and squelching all others.

    The Muslem creed is one where if anyone says anything that is disrespectful to their religion, the adherents take it as a personal insult to their prophet/god Mohammed and they are ‘hurt’ by such criticisms. Hurt always leads to anger and anger uncontrolled leads to violence. The only way to calm Muslims is to submit to their doctrine. They are a cult of conquering anything and everything that is not Muslem. There is no way for them to coexist over the long term with any others.

    Whereas Christians take criticism everyday and acknowledge they are sinners who must nevertheless try to understand and repent of their condition that they can do nothing about. Christians are left to defending, never offending although history has counterexamples.

    I just don’t think the early Founders knew what it must be like to have Muslims in great numbers living next to them. They knew of their piracy and deceit and crazy beliefs, but not the steady encroachment and uncompromising cultural transformations that Muslims today never stop pushing for and can’t stop pushing for. There is one example in history that I know of where my statement doesn’t seem to fit, and that is the history of Ataturk in Turkey.

  • Archbishop of Mosul: "I have lost my Diocese to Islam - You in the West...

    08/17/2014 1:17:31 PM PDT · 21 of 88
    Hostage to El Cid

    Good points.

    The First Amendment doesn’t so much confer freedom on all religious expression as it does restrict the then new federal government from establishing or restricting religious freedom.

    Because of the supremacy clause, this restriction on federal government is also placed on state governments.

    But certain ‘religions’ can be restricted by judicial action when the impact of such outlaw religions cross the line of law.

  • Archbishop of Mosul: "I have lost my Diocese to Islam - You in the West...

    08/17/2014 12:34:02 PM PDT · 7 of 88
    Hostage to BlatherNaut

    Just to test my own faith, I undertook a reading of the life and importance of Mohammed. After one hour of reading it was evident to me this is an entirely false and dangerous religion. I do not think the Founders of our United States had a clue as to how dangerous this religion is and can be inside our borders.

    Sure, there are Muslims that appear peaceful and reasonable. But as soon as their numbers are at a level as to be politically influential, the mask comes off and the real motives of Islamic leaders are unveiled.

    And I am not sure how our Constitution allows us to stop Islam inside our borders. I think only a fullscale war can rid humanity of this menace. Their so-called faith is rooted in conquering. Anything outside of their quest to conquer is not in their programming. If there is opposition to them in words, deed or thoughts, they will fight. Nothing stops them except a stronger force. This is why I think only war is the answer, unfortunately.

  • The Untold Dangers of Ramen Noodles

    08/17/2014 8:20:04 AM PDT · 71 of 71
    Hostage to BBB333

    Thank you! I am so glad you shared that!

    I am so calmed by your vignette. So much so that for now, for the rest of this restful Sunday, I can piss fullstream without thinking if Sankara in Ouagadougou, Birkina Faso told his dogs to be quiet.

  • NY Farm Fined $13,000 for Declining Lesbian ‘Wedding,’ Ordered to Prove Staff Training

    08/16/2014 7:41:15 PM PDT · 33 of 61
    Hostage to 4rcane

    You weren’t far off. 75% of NYT editorial staff is LGBT.

  • Is Senator Hagan Getting Nervous?

    08/15/2014 9:21:53 AM PDT · 15 of 17
    Hostage to Kaslin

    No, I am not comfortable with it. But I am no fool as you show to be. You think there are two parties inside the Beltway; there’s only one word to describe such imbecility; fool.

    And nothing will change until fools wisen up.

    The uniparty offers fools like you a menu of chicken sh*t or bullsh*t and fools like you will choose and eat thinking one is better than the other.

    As for me, no thank you.

  • Is Senator Hagan Getting Nervous?

    08/15/2014 7:14:08 AM PDT · 11 of 17
    Hostage to Kaslin

    You must be thinking that a McConnell Senate will be any different than a Reid Senate.

    You’re welcome fool.

  • Is Senator Hagan Getting Nervous?

    08/15/2014 4:50:10 AM PDT · 3 of 17
    Hostage to Kaslin

    McConnell and Cochran may go down. I’m not sure if that is factored in here in this analysis.

  • Rand Paul’s op-ed on Ferguson shows why he is the most interesting voice in the GOP right now

    08/14/2014 8:23:57 PM PDT · 4 of 37
    Hostage to 2ndDivisionVet

    Washington Post tellin’ us one mo time who is most ‘interesting’. Hey Post! My vote for $15!

  • Ronald Reagan's missile defense vision is saving lives in Israel

    08/12/2014 5:38:33 PM PDT · 2 of 30
    Hostage to grundle

    God bless Ronald Reagan and God bless America.

  • Ted Cruz's "Five Conservative Victories"

    08/10/2014 8:51:28 AM PDT · 13 of 21
    Hostage to yefragetuwrabrumuy

    > “I doubt they are in favor of his potential candidacy.”

    Most of the Beltway class are whores and mercenaries to some degree or another.

    They will be all onboard once it is clear that conservatives have slaughtered the hogs and are preparing to feed the pigs.

  • We Had to Go Back: U.S. had to intervene in Iraq because ISIS’s goals extend beyond that region

    08/09/2014 10:05:41 AM PDT · 8 of 21
    Hostage to SeekAndFind

    I find it interesting that in Iraq the Left has constantly refrained how we as Americans have no business being there and never had such.

    And then we had this year the perfect opportunity to abandon everything there under the direction of the anti-war democrats.

    And now they want to go back in with a heavy involvement?

    Why is that?

    Let me guess, the don’t mean what they say nor do they say what they mean.

    What they want is to call the shots and blame adverse consequences on their opponents.

  • Republicans Have More Reason Than Ever To Worry About Primary Challenges

    08/09/2014 8:23:23 AM PDT · 12 of 13
    Hostage to wildbill

    > “4. A realization among the **tea party** groups and members that **wild-eyed** revolution may not be the way to winning elections in the GOP where conservatism also means a sound and steady approach to politics.”

    You have been drinking the Media’s Koolaid and it shows.

    The Tea Party is not “wild-eyed”.

    On the other hand you likely believe that ‘conservative’ John McCain’s push for amnesty is a “sound and steady approach to politics”?

  • Rush talking about Article V convention of states

    08/06/2014 7:33:42 PM PDT · 96 of 109
    Hostage to Travis McGee

    For the Left to make any of their amendments part of the US Constitution, they will need 38 states; not going to happen.

    They will succeed to ‘hijack’ some blue states like New York or California, but Wyoming and Utah will cancel them out.

    I expect them to raise a ruckus how unfair it is that California with 34 million people should be neutered by Wyoming with only a half million people.

    And I’ll be smiling while watching liberal heads explode.

  • Jeb Bush quietly ramping up potential presidential bid

    08/06/2014 7:29:24 AM PDT · 28 of 68
    Hostage to jimbo123; MissTed; boycott

    The Bush network know there is no chance for another Bush to win the presidency. They are doing this for financial reasons: redirecting crony corporate campaign donations and government matching funds as well as the preserving the status quo on Wall St. with the Federal Reserve slushing money about to investment banks.

  • The ‘Do Nothing’ Congress: Repealing bad, outmoded laws is often better than passing new ones.

    08/05/2014 6:36:10 AM PDT · 4 of 10
    Hostage to SeekAndFind
    Humans are fallible, and it should be taken as read that some laws will require revision or even outright repeal.

    Yes indeed... following the repeal of the 18th Amendment should be a like effort to repeal the 17th and 16th.

    Shouldn't we now Monsieur le Ghost de Woodrow Wilson?

  • An open letter to the political right

    08/03/2014 10:32:34 PM PDT · 252 of 264
    Hostage to InterceptPoint

    You’re fantasizing if you think McConnell is going to let Ted Cruz be Senate Majority Leader. McConnell wants Cruz gone.

    So that’s what your type ends up with, McConnell types in the GOP leadership who have no desire to allow conservatives to hold any influence in party politics.

    McConnell is bought and paid for and is doing the bidding of his masters who are oligarchs that pull the strings in whichever direction that increases their power over people, usually a leftward direction.

    So when you vote for GOP establishment types you are in effect voting the way the puppet master oligarchs have designed it. Ergo, you play into their hands and become their fool.

  • An open letter to the political right

    08/03/2014 11:07:23 AM PDT · 161 of 264
    Hostage to InterceptPoint

    The strategy is to kick the progressives out of the GOP or make them kowtow to the conservative leadership. It’s really that simple.

    ‘Sitting out an election’ is a phrase. Conservatives will not ‘sit out an election’, they will vote conservatives. If there are no conservatives for certain offices, then conservatives will leave that office blank or write in a candidate and work to nominate a conservative the next election cycle.

    The only time to vote for a non-conservative is after conservatives are in the leadership, there are no viable conservatives to vote for and it is known that the non-conservative is a follower, a placeholder, a useful idiot, a person that does their master’s bidding. For example, Cornyn.

    As an analogy, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway owns 26% of Moody’s Investment Services. Why only 26%? Because that is all that is needed to control Moody’s.

    Similarly, to control the US Senate, how many conservatives must be members as opposed to how many republicans must be members? A minimum of 51 Senators must be GOP to control what legislation is brought to a vote. But that does not assure the policies and votes are any different than that of the democrats. If the controlling number is 20 conservative senators, then at least 6 non-conservative ‘followers’ must be in membership to control the GOP in the Senate. And what makes members become ‘followers’? Money.

    It’s more than just a takeover of the Senate, it’s also about taking over the funding arms of corporate crony networks by reading them the riot act and serving them notice their tax favors are coming to an end unless they fund conservative candidates or selected followers.

    Sometimes a follower disavows conservatism in public because their constituency is in a blue state. But they can be bought off to whichever political ideology has control of the money. Such persons are unprincipled for political reasons but can be useful as long as their price is met. And if their price is unreasonable, then they can be told a replacement will be brought into the play. So they will follow at the price offered or else they can defect like the traitorous Arlen Specter.

    What if the democrats retain control of the Senate in 2014? If there are significant gains by conservatives in the Senate chamber and they can control the GOP as a minority, then the democrats cannot by Senate rules bring a vote of cloture, and THEREFORE the dems in the Senate can do little except bring cronied corporate interests to the table to apply pressure on republicans that stand against cloture votes. And note that cronied corporate corruption funds are pooled from tax and competitive favors granted to select corporate interests. In other words, it’s a revolving door of corruption, give tax favors and competitive advantages and extract donations in return. The leadership of the Senate has a great deal of control over this corruption.

    It may be that the GOP does not gain control of the Senate this go-round. To allow the GOP to control the Senate with the likes of McConnell is to allow his progressive task masters to continue their control of that chamber albeit McConnell is a master of duplicity and will be able to fool some of the people some of the time.

    The dems may continue to control the Senate chamber in 2014 as long as gains are made in the conservative control of the GOP membership. Then conservatives are poised to take over completely in 2016.

    Those who are prodded to hold their noses as they have been so many times in the past are prodded to cave. Voting for democrats that call themselves republicans is de facto caving.

    Did you know that Thad Cochran was at one time a democrat? Did you know that Haley Barbour was a democrat? Did you know that John McCain uses democrats to crossover in AZ primaries to prevent a conservative from winning? Did you know that McCain is in league with democrats? Do you know how many members of the GOP leadership were at one time democrat? Did you know that Arlen Specter was a republican with democrat ties and finally went back to democrats when he was caught?

    Electing moderate republicans accomplishes nothing to further the cause of conservatism and in fact deals it a setback.

    The strategy is for conservatives to be in leadership. Because so many GOP are not conservative, it will take longer to complete the takeover.

    Unity, solidarity and patience are attributes that allow for conservatives to control the Congress and the White House in 2016.

    Voting for moderates now will lead to nominating another McCain or Romney for President in 2016. Unfortunately, it will not accomplish a damn thing.

    The strategy is in order of preference:

    1, Take the US Senate for the GOP under conservative control.
    2. Take the Senate GOP under conservative control.
    3. Use revolving corruption funds to bolster both conservatives and select followers to strengthen and solidify conservative control in the US Senate.

    I know mention was made for controlling corruption funds but unfortunately this corruption is entrenched in DC and it cannot be uprooted unless control is first established. So the corporate corruption is taken as a temporary ally until later when a plan is in place to minimize the nuisance of corruption in politics (like controlling weeds in a garden).

  • An open letter to the political right

    08/03/2014 9:52:41 AM PDT · 129 of 264
    Hostage to InterceptPoint

    > “Teaching the GOPe some lessons is not a strategy. They will not get the lesson. They will not change their ways. They have to be replaced.”


    Conservatives just showed how it is done with respect to border control in the House! And we need to do it over and over and over again until the GOP establishment stands down.

    The GOP leadership is ready now and will be ready after November to go along with the democrats. The only thing stopping them are conservatives in the House and Senate, conservatives in the media and the grass roots melting down the Capitol Hill phone lines.


  • An open letter to the political right

    08/03/2014 9:44:38 AM PDT · 123 of 264
    Hostage to InterceptPoint

    We worked out posteriors to the bone to relect GW Bush and hand him a full GOP Congress. We worked around the clock to take control of the Senate in 2004. What was the result?

    John Roberts confirmed, the justice that legitimized Obamacare as a tax.

    Harriet Myers nominated for appointment as SC Justice.

    Comprehensive Immigration Reform aka Amnesty that was fortunately defeated but caused the loss of Congress to the dems in 2006.

    Enormous increases in spending with lax oversight of Wall St. and banking.

    Medicare Part D....

    Need I go on?

    Taking control of the Senate with the likes of McConnell will not make your life better or expand or guaranty your freedoms.

    Taking control of the Senate with RINOs is an allusion and you are their fool.

    The allusion is the belief in the existence of two entities, republican and democrat. Keep believing it as that is by design, to fool as possible as many into believing it.

    The demos and the gop establishment are bought and paid for by the same group of oilgarchs. They are owned. Ignore this and be forever their fool.

  • An open letter to the political right

    08/03/2014 7:28:32 AM PDT · 50 of 264
    Hostage to Innovative

    There is R-E and R-TP, and then there is D.


    This is R-TP v. R-E & D; the country class v. the ruling class; conservatives v. the self-anointed aristocracy.

    When you catch up to these facts and this reality, then post away. Until then, find yourself a site that attracts like-minded lower order miscreants and trolls. Here, for example:

  • An open letter to the political right

    08/03/2014 7:10:43 AM PDT · 31 of 264
    Hostage to winner3000

    To: Monsieur Le Derek Hunter

    Get the GOP ‘establishment’ to address truthfully and completely two matters:

    * Mississippi
    * Mark Mayfield

    Until that is done, tell them to go F themselves.

  • Why the Mars Hill Faithful Have Started to Question Mark

    08/02/2014 12:44:17 PM PDT · 2 of 31
    Hostage to Cecily

    Smells like scientology.......(holding nose)

  • Smart Meters

    08/01/2014 8:06:45 PM PDT · 23 of 24
    Hostage to backwoods-engineer

    You’re wrong on this one and you miss the bigger points.

    There is no reason whatsoever for a lineman to show up at someone’s house and give the homeowner’s hell over working on their breaker panel or their in-home electrical system. I know several homeowners that pack heat and would gladly put the fear of God into such an a-hole lineman. He’s lucky to be alive. It was intrusive and none of his business period.

  • Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas is a rising Republican power in House, as well as a whip

    08/01/2014 4:26:35 PM PDT · 25 of 31
    Hostage to Usagi_yo

    Ted Cruz is a superstar. An exceptional leader like him comes once in a lifetime if ever.

    It wouldn’t matter if he was dog catcher in the Aleuts, he is destined to be America’s leader and nothing can change that.

  • Smart Meters

    08/01/2014 8:35:17 AM PDT · 5 of 24
    Hostage to Mier

    Bookmark for later.

  • Mark Levin: 'Clean Out' GOP Leadership or Country Will 'Unravel'

    08/01/2014 8:33:42 AM PDT · 24 of 25
    Hostage to SamuraiScot

    Yes, the cause started with democrats but was continued or ignored by GOP establishment types. The subprime debacle would never have happened if there wasn’t an agreement put in place for the massive profits to be made by all parties.

    All this was made in a collusion of corrupt democrats and republicans. So it makes no sense to point at a party to blame. The reason I point to republicans is because that is the party that conservatives have a chance of gaining control over.

  • NRSC Chairman Says Republicans Could Flip Up To 14 Senate Seats

    08/01/2014 6:50:16 AM PDT · 24 of 32
    Hostage to cotton1706

    > “NRSC Chairman Says Republicans Could Flip Up To 14 Senate Seats”

    Yeah? Is that so.....

    And 2012 was supposed to be a cakewalk for any GOP presidential nominee!

    Imbeciles of the NRSC answer me this!

    1. Mississippi
    2. Mark Mayfield

    Until these two items are addressed, go F yourselves!

  • Former CIA Officer Battles ‘Dummy,’ ‘Clown’ Geraldo over New Clinton bin Laden Tapes

    08/01/2014 6:45:28 AM PDT · 5 of 43
    Hostage to nikos1121

    > “Anyone hear Geraldo Rivera this AM on Fox Morning Show?”


    10 X minimum wage with a full annual contract is not enough to have me listen to anything this imbecile says.

  • Mark Levin: 'Clean Out' GOP Leadership or Country Will 'Unravel'

    08/01/2014 6:27:27 AM PDT · 16 of 25
    Hostage to miss marmelstein

    Go to podcasts of his radio shows, pick the date from when he ranted about the Confederacy, let me know and I will listen to it and get back to you.

  • Mark Levin: 'Clean Out' GOP Leadership or Country Will 'Unravel'

    08/01/2014 5:35:04 AM PDT · 6 of 25
    Hostage to cotton1706

    The 2006 Comprehensive Immigration Reform aka Massive Amnesty spearheaded by G.W. Bush was the beginning of the end of the GOP. The result was a loss of Congress.

    Loss of Congress and wrongheaded GOP policies of banking and regulation led to the financial meltdown that gave the country over to Obama.

    And what of democrat policies? We can always count on them to be traitors to the Constitution. But we can’t have the GOP join them. Had the GOP opposed amnesty and the policies that led to the Wall St. corruption and crash, they would control Congress and the White House today.

    Instead we got John McCain in 2008 who is in effect a democrat. In 2012 we got the bottom of the whole rotton barrel in Romney.

    2012 should have been a cakewalk for a GOP nominee but it gave 4 more years of Obama.

    And 2014 should be a cakewalk for the GOP control of the US Senate. But the GOP establishment will squander that too and won’t mind the lost opportunity as they are bought and paid for by entities that do not care for American Conservatives.

    And now we are here with clarity in the corruption of Mississippi and the wrongful death of innocent Tea Party conservatives in Mark Mayfield.

    This conservative is not forgetting what the GOP has become.

  • Don’t screw this up, GOP senators tell their House counterparts

    07/31/2014 5:16:34 AM PDT · 3 of 29
    Hostage to cotton1706

    I got two things for these a-holes in the US Senate to explain:

    1. Mississippi
    2. Mark Mayfield

    Until they address these 2 matters, they can F themselves.

  • House readies bill to stop Obama's immigration order -- in advance

    07/30/2014 11:56:56 PM PDT · 4 of 15
    Hostage to sheikdetailfeather

    Nice thoughts...but they’re only thoughts, nice ones.

    It will never go anywhere because as the last part says, the Senate would have to approve and the President would have to sign. DOA!

    But there is one suggestion that has merit that came from one our Freepers, and that is a governor of a state should file for a federal court injunction against Obama’s overreach, real or potential, and allow the court docket to eat up the clock until after the next Congress is sworn in.

    A federal court injunction or federal restraining order would render all federal law enforcement illegal and off limits to carrying out Obama’s overreaching executive orders. No federal law enforcement officer will violate federal court orders that restrain Obama. Thus, Obama is neutered.

  • Paul Ryan: Obama's Exec Amnesty Not 'High Crimes'

    07/30/2014 11:43:58 PM PDT · 3 of 45
    Hostage to 2ndDivisionVet

    Oh please Monsieur Ryan, go back to Wisconsin and get a real job!

    I think of a real American like John Wayne and then I think of the ranking metrosexual from the 1st District in Wisconsin....

    ... and I can almost feel the big slurry of Boehner tears welling up in the eyes!

    Please God, let us give some frickin shots of testosterone to these effete pretty boys in Congress. I can’t stand it anymore!

  • Lerner Emails: Conservative 'Crazies' and 'A--holes' will 'Take Down' America

    07/30/2014 11:06:27 PM PDT · 39 of 41
    Hostage to haroldeveryman

    > “Let’s get rid of it so the government could switch to a ***value added tax*** system...”

    No! No, a value added tax is a horrible tax system.

    The best most brilliant tax system that is not a value added tax and would get rid of all the income tax IRS problems is the ‘Fair Tax’ which is commonly expressed in a brand form as ‘FairTax’.

    Please take the time to read here on it:

    Click on the questions to see the answers.

  • U.S. House: Lawsuit Against President Obama (Live)

    07/30/2014 4:58:55 PM PDT · 83 of 120
    Hostage to mojito

    A Freeper had an excellent suggestion that I think Senator Cruz needs to hear.

    The suggestion was for a state governor to file for a federal injunction against any legalizations or movements of illegal aliens across national borders or state borders until the court could sort out the law which could take a year or more. That would give time for republicans to take control of the Senate and put an end to the border insurgency.

    But I have my doubts about US Senate republicans.