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  • Clinton says Supreme Court has a message for GOP: 'Move on' (barf alert)

    06/28/2015 6:42:45 PM PDT · 46 of 47
    justiceseeker93 to Zakeet
    "It takes a socialist to raze a nation."

    Good pun!

  • As Left Wins Culture Battles, G.O.P. Gains Opportunity to Pivot for 2016

    06/28/2015 6:35:48 PM PDT · 39 of 45
    justiceseeker93 to Hildy; All
    I find it somewhat amusing that while gays are dancing in the street while the party they prefer are letting ISIS members into this Country everyday.

    Good point. It's ironic more than amusing. The whole scenario is surreal and sickening.

    But it could be that the 'Rats will have a difficult time holding various elements of their perverse coalition together. Gays are not particularly admired by blacks, Hispanics or Muslims.

    I believe there will be some kind of civil war before this is all done.

    I'd prefer an Article V convention of the states to propose much needed amendments to the Constitution that will never be proposed by foreseeable Congresses. If that fails, there will be a civil war. No leftist government can survive too long with all the distress it imposes on so many citizens.

  • As Left Wins Culture Battles, G.O.P. Gains Opportunity to Pivot for 2016

    06/28/2015 6:06:57 PM PDT · 38 of 45
    justiceseeker93 to fieldmarshaldj
    Rubio ? You’re joking. He sold us out before the ink was dry on his election certificate.

    That's why I put a question mark in parentheses after his name. Still, he's better than most on the GOP side of the aisle in the Senate - which isn't saying all that much.

  • BLOCKBUSTER PROOF: Slain South Carolina Pastor Voted FOR Confederate Flag

    06/28/2015 4:07:12 PM PDT · 8 of 33
    justiceseeker93 to Slings and Arrows; GailA; TNMountainMan; nathanbedford; Tennessee Nana; Political Junkie Too; ...


  • Hillary Clinton 2016 - I Want It Now (New Campaign Commercial)

    06/28/2015 3:39:04 PM PDT · 16 of 18
    justiceseeker93 to LucyT

    “Driving Miss Crazy”! What a great cartoon!!!

  • Clinton says Supreme Court has a message for GOP: 'Move on' (barf alert)

    06/28/2015 3:35:19 PM PDT · 42 of 47
    justiceseeker93 to Zakeet; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Yaelle; LucyT; Clintonfatigued; Marcella; RitaOK; SunkenCiv; ...
    Clinton says Supreme Court has a message for GOP: 'Move on' (barf alert)

    "Move on." This is a revival of the old Clinton "catch phrase" from the Bill Clinton impeachment debate. It even gave rise to the domain name of the pro-Clintonista web site,

    "Move on" is now merely a Clinton cliché, robotically uttered in response to any set of circumstances which, if analyzed further by objective critics, tend to cast the Clintons in a negative light. So when HRC says "move on," it should mean absolutely nothing to anyone outside the Clinton camp, other than a crude "Shut the hell up."

    If anyone should "move on", it's HRC herself, on and out of electoral politics.

  • Vikings' Josh Robinson Compares Gay Marriage to Incest and Pedophilia

    06/28/2015 2:08:53 PM PDT · 56 of 62
    justiceseeker93 to SeekAndFind; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Political Junkie Too; MplsSteve; annieokie; henkster; okie01; ..
    Pretty good chance that this NFL player will get a little fine and/or reprimand from Mr. Political Correctness, aka the Commissar Goodell.

    BTW, blacks as a group are probably more against this "gay marriage" nonsense than whites. Could it have some negative implications for the 'Rats in the 2016 election in terms of decreased black voter turnout for HRC?

  • As Left Wins Culture Battles, G.O.P. Gains Opportunity to Pivot for 2016

    06/28/2015 12:34:18 PM PDT · 29 of 45
    justiceseeker93 to Alberta's Child; All
    ...consider how many of these idiotic Supreme Court decisions are written by justices who were appointed by Republicans.

    Yes, but though the opinions may have been written by off-the-wall justices who were appointed by Republicans, bear in mind that there are four robots on the SCOTUS, appointed by Democrats, who may not have written the inane decisions, but reflexively concurred with them. Without the four leftist robots, these would have been MINORITY DISSENTING opinions which would have no practical weight.

  • As Left Wins Culture Battles, G.O.P. Gains Opportunity to Pivot for 2016

    06/28/2015 10:14:47 AM PDT · 27 of 45
    justiceseeker93 to expat2; Gay State Conservative; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; smoothsailing; Just A Nobody; GOPJ; LS; ...
    We need to fight our battles very hard at primary time, but we need to all vote AGAINST the leftists in the General.

    Amen! That's why there are a few good Pubbies in the Senate now, guys like Cruz, Lee, and (?)Rubio, all of whom beat out RINOs in primaries.

    Hey, all because RINOS got the last two GOP presidential nominations doesn't mean that will necessarily happen this time, especially when the RINO vote in the primaries, at least the early ones, figures to be split among several candidates.

    BTW, although GOP appointees Roberts and Kennedy proved to be gutless and/or intimidated in their Obamacare and "gay marriage" opinions, it should be noted that all four 'Rat-appointed justices were on the wrong side as well, and (as far as I know) wrote no opinions at all in either case. At the same time GOP appointees Scalia, Thomas, and Alito sharply dissented on both cases.

    So it can be fairly said that GOP nominated SCOTUS justices may sometimes stab the conservative cause in the back, but the 'Rat nominated justices will be rubber stamps for radical leftist causes, even if they don't even have to write a word to explain their views. Bottom line: Republican SCOTUS nominees NAY be sleazy, but 'rat SCOTUS nominees ALWAYS are. No guarantees, but you're better off from a probability standpoint taking a chance with a Pubbie as opposed to a 'Rat.

  • Victory in 2016. The left may well regret this week (vanity)

    06/27/2015 3:52:33 PM PDT · 161 of 188
    justiceseeker93 to RKBA Democrat
    I’m more and more coming from the position that the way to implement conservatism and freedom is to be conservative and free in your daily life.

    There's a lot to be said for that, but what happens when your conservative and free lifestyle puts you in direct conflict with Big brother's morass of dumb laws and regulations that threaten you and your lifestyle? Then you're at war with them, either literally or figuratively.

  • Victory in 2016. The left may well regret this week (vanity)

    06/27/2015 3:46:48 PM PDT · 160 of 188
    justiceseeker93 to Yaelle; All
    People opposing gay marriage are a tiny minority in the country right now. And it is a non-issue now. It will never go back.

    I have to take issue with that. "Gay Marriage" (the concept is so inane!) has never won in any state in a popular referendum on the issue!

    How can the population be so brainwashed and intimidated so that opponents of this absolute idiocy are reduced to a bunch of passive bystanders as you contend? Aside from the religious conflicts "gay marriage" portends, there are obvious deleterious economic and social consequences of "gay marriage" that the media are very reluctant to mention. Marital status affects an individual's duties and benefits with with respect to quite a number of federal and state laws and private contracts.

    Clearly, contrary to the foolish opinion of the SCOTUS majority, the Fourteenth Amendment's due process and equal protection clauses were never meant to be relevant to this issue.

    This is the SCOTUS destroying the meaning of the Constitution just to satisfy the wishes of a small minority of powerful activists, another reminder of the Left's desire to rewrite the Constitution by judicial fiat. A haymaker of a punch against the rule of law in the United States!

  • Victory in 2016. The left may well regret this week (vanity)

    06/27/2015 3:17:50 PM PDT · 156 of 188
    justiceseeker93 to SoFloFreeper; All
    Bush won Florida by 537 votes...and I am convinced this is because there was a mobilized, angry Cuban community.

    But it was a close shave, even with all that anger.

    But how much of that "close shave" was due to 'Rat cheating at the polls in every which way (then having the gall to claim that their voters were "suppressed"), including their media calling the state for Gore before the polla in Central time Zone (predominantly Republican) were closed to deliberately discourage voters there from casting their ballots?

    The 'rat Party is the enemy of fair election procedure, yet the timid GOP takes being the target of robbery like a bunch of pansies, for the most part.

  • Victory in 2016. The left may well regret this week (vanity)

    06/27/2015 3:06:05 PM PDT · 152 of 188
    justiceseeker93 to American Constitutionalist
    The December 1944-January 1945 major offensive called the battle of the Bulge by the German Nazi regime was thought to be a winnable victory but turned out to be a major defeat of the Germans.

    Wow, so you are comparing this leftist "victory" to the Germans at the Battle of the Bulge? Wish I could be so optimistic for the future!

  • Victory in 2016. The left may well regret this week (vanity)

    06/27/2015 3:01:01 PM PDT · 148 of 188
    justiceseeker93 to nickcarraway; Signalman; grumpygresh; sheik yerbouty; Nachum; Sarah Barracuda; theothercheek; ...
    Dream on. There seems to be no resistance.

    Time for a revival of the Tea Party movement with active visible protest events opposing gay marriage, Obamacare, shamnesty, and other key aspects of leftist idiocy all around the country.

    Where has the Tea Party been for the last few years in terms of public visibility? You can understand the negative impact of the Obama IRS tyranny, but that has to be overcome.

  • Victory in 2016. The left may well regret this week (vanity)

    06/27/2015 2:19:52 PM PDT · 139 of 188
    justiceseeker93 to Signalman; GeronL; grumpygresh; sheik yerbouty; Marcella; RitaOK; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; ...
    I think the Dems are in for a major defeat in 2016, on all fronts.

    Yes, there's a lot of anger out there against the 'Rats over these issues, but in order to beat them, it will be necessary to clamp down on their massive fraud and cheating that characterized the presidential election process in 2008 and, more so, in 2012.

    Also, it will be necessary to get more anti-'Rat people out to register and vote.

    But just as important as the next presidential election, these asinine SCOTUS rulings show the need for two new constitutional amendments: (1) subjecting SCOTUS justices to national retention votes every 8 years (as proposed by Ted Cruz) and (2) defining marriage as one man and one woman (as proposed by Scott Walker). Since we can't expect two thirds of each house of Congress to propose these reasonable amendments, the Article V amendment proposal procedure (convention of the states) will hopefully gain momentum as a result of these decisions.

  • Ted Cruz: Constitutional Remedies to a Lawless Supreme Court

    06/27/2015 11:14:41 AM PDT · 215 of 316
    justiceseeker93 to HLPhat
    Can a former POTUS be appointed to the Supreme Court?

    Of course. That's already happened: William Howard Taft!

  • Ted Cruz: Constitutional Remedies to a Lawless Supreme Court

    06/27/2015 5:08:32 AM PDT · 155 of 316
    justiceseeker93 to Isara; ml/nj; hoosiermama; ExTexasRedhead; Political Junkie Too; randita; Publius; ...
    I know that some here may disagree with this, but:

    Ted Cruz would make a superb SCOTUS justice himself. That's the job that's most suited to his talents, intellect, and background, more so than POTUS or Senator.

  • Clinton Aide Worked on UAE Project While at State Dept (another triple dipper)

    06/25/2015 6:30:47 AM PDT · 22 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to Liz; SunkenCiv; cripplecreek; Clintonfatigued; sheik yerbouty; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; ...
    The name Cheryl Mills certainly rings a bell. She was a White House lawyer during the Clinton administration and was frequently on TV defending WJC during his impeachment proceedings.

    That history - plus the fact that she is a black female Clintonista - would probably cause the current GOP Congress to forget about investigating this mess described in the posted article. Their RINO political consultants would likely quash any such suggestion, especially with 2016 election looming.

  • Mark Levin Show,M-F,6PM-9PM,EDT,June 22-26,2015,WABC AM

    06/24/2015 8:24:47 PM PDT · 74 of 99
    justiceseeker93 to cripplecreek; SunkenCiv; WilliamofCarmichael; smokingfrog; Biggirl; jazminerose; theothercheek; ...
    They called the 1924 democratic national convention the “Klanbake.”

    Yes, I knew that there was quite a Klan contingent at the old old Madison Square Garden in New York, and they largely supported the late Woody Wilson's son-in-law, McAdoo, for the presidential nomination. (Contrast that with the Republican convention of the same year, which had no noticeable Klan presence.) The Dems ended up nominating darkhorse John W. Davis on the 103rd ballot. Davis was, according to most historians, the last conservative Democrat ever nominated by his party for the presidency.

    Footnote: Shortly before his death in 1953, John W. Davis was the lead attorney for the Topeka Board of Education in the famous Brown school desegregation case before the Supreme Court. So there's another historical link between the Democratic Party and the cause of segregation.

  • Mark Levin Show,M-F,6PM-9PM,EDT,June 22-26,2015,WABC AM

    06/24/2015 6:19:42 PM PDT · 70 of 99
    justiceseeker93 to WilliamofCarmichael; Biggirl; smokingfrog; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; sheik yerbouty; ...
    After December 7th, 1941 people of Japanese, German, and Italian descent, the majority were U.S. citizens, were relocated. Those suspected of cooperating with the enemy were interned in separate camps Japanese I think mostly in northern California.

    I think you bring this up now because Mark Levin mentioned the Japanese internment/relocation by order of Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1942 on his show tonight. This was just one item in his fabulous history of racism and bigotry in the Democratic Party beginning in the early 1800s and extending down today in the era of Obama.

    I would recommend a podcast of tonight's show to those who missed it.

    As for the Roosevelt Administration's handling of Japanese Americans during WWII, I believe it included those who had resided not only in northern California, but just about the entire West. All the camps for relocation were located in the Western states, except for the one in Arkansas.

    The program was originally ruled constitutional by the SCOTUS, but that ruling was overturned shortly after WWII. IIRC, the federal government was ordered to pay large sums in damages to the individuals and their families who were coercively relocated during this period.

    I believe those of German or Italian ethnicity who were interned/relocated were selected based upon an index of individual suspicion of having connections to the enemy regimes, in contrast to the Japanese.

  • The Complicated Political History Of The Confederate Flag

    06/24/2015 7:26:39 AM PDT · 38 of 41
    justiceseeker93 to virtuous; Idaho_Cowboy; DiogenesLamp; nathanbedford; Georgia Girl 2; MinuteGal; All
    However, of the three flags the Confederacy would go on to adopt, none are the Confederate flag that is traditionally recognized today. The "Stars and Bars" flag, currently the subject of controversy, was actually the battle flag of Gen. Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia.

    So the Confederacy adopted three flags, and none of them was the "Stars and Bars"? Now why did they need three different flags? Can anyone post images of those three flags?

    The Army of Northern Virginia battle flag, BTW, has 13 stars, though the Confederacy only had 11 member states at its peak. From what I've read, at the time the "Stars and Bars were first used, it was anticipated that Kentucky and Missouri would also secede to make 13, but that never officially happened.

  • The Definition of Marriage

    06/23/2015 12:14:16 PM PDT · 26 of 30
    justiceseeker93 to EQAndyBuzz; MeshugeMikey; HLPhat; Yomin Postelnik; NKP_Vet; jsanders2001; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; ...
    If they called it a civil union instead and had their “wedding” at City Hall and they didn’t violate the sanctity of the religious bond between a man and a woman, would that work?

    Well, if you call it "marriage," it offends more than religious values.

    There are societal implications to marriage, particularly regarding the raising of children, as the posted article points out.

    There are also numerous legal implications of marriage. It changes the status in quite a number of areas with respect to an individual's relation to government and employers. Take taxes and benefits. In general, it seems as if the "married" pair will be paying less taxes and getting more benefits than if they remained single as homosexuals usually would. Increased government expenses and decreased government tax receipts sounds all too familiar, and figure to be exacerbated. It all adds up to red ink.

  • The Definition of Marriage

    06/23/2015 11:56:29 AM PDT · 25 of 30
    justiceseeker93 to MeshugeMikey
    Supreme Court would be out of its collective mind.

    I confess to being a bit sloppy there by using the word "collective." Didn't really mean it in the socialist sense, just the mind of (the majority of) the nine-person group.

  • FBI Files Document Communism in Valerie Jarrett’s Family

    06/23/2015 9:42:20 AM PDT · 66 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to jazusamo; LucyT; Paladin2; Gay State Conservative; potlatch; PhilDragoo; Georgia Girl 2; ...
    Somewhat surprised that Judicial Watch was able to obtain a decipherable FBI file on these people. Generally speaking, FBI files on deceased individuals can be obtained through FOIA requests, but they frequently contain so much redacted material that the information gleaned from them is minimal.

    I had previously known about the Vernon Jarrett (Valerie Jarrett's father-in law) ties with communism from Paul Kengor's book Dupes, but the info on Dr. Bowman (her father) is news to me. I knew that her father was in Iran in the 1950's when she was born there, but I thought that the Shah had been installed there in '53, so I'd wonder what kind of communist activities he might have been connected to in Iran during the Shah's regime, since the Shah was pro-Western.

  • Robbery suspect killed in shootout outside Benihana

    06/22/2015 3:44:02 PM PDT · 9 of 11
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv
    "I'm half Jewish, half Japanese. I was circumcised at Benihana."

    Did Rodney Dangerfield really use that joke in his routine?

  • Tensions build as Supreme Court readies blockbuster rulings

    06/22/2015 3:08:58 PM PDT · 108 of 115
    justiceseeker93 to LS
    Can be totally wrong on this, but my reading is that by them stretching this out til the end, they are getting ready to knock down both “gay marriage” and Obamacare, then get out of Dodge.

    I hope you are an accurate prognosticator!

  • The Definition of Marriage

    06/22/2015 7:39:40 AM PDT · 5 of 30
    justiceseeker93 to Yomin Postelnik; freekitty; Alamo-Girl; Yaelle; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; MeshugeMikey; ...
    The Supreme Court would be out of its collective mind if it declared that the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution's "equal protection" and "due process" clauses mandate that every state in the union must allow "gay marriage."

    The definition of marriage as one man and one woman has been intact for millennia, and for good reason, as the author of the posted article points out. It's worth noting that with very few exceptions (those groups which permit polygamy), the traditional concept of marriage has been the standard everywhere around the world, from the most enlightened modern nations to the most backward and repressive, even in atheist cultures.

    It would be sheer folly if the greatest nation on the planet changed its legal system to accommodate a perverse view, promulgated by radicals of the last decade, to the effect that homosexual liaisons should have the same legal standing as heterosexual unions.

  • Tensions build as Supreme Court readies blockbuster rulings

    06/21/2015 5:15:52 PM PDT · 82 of 115
    justiceseeker93 to ladyjane
    You really don’t think so? Do you think he might have been all those years he was single, going on vacation every year with his guy friends?

    That's pretty weak evidence, in and of itself, for a guy to be considered "gay."

    (BTW, as long as we're into this, my hunch is that Kagan is a lesbian.)

  • Tensions build as Supreme Court readies blockbuster rulings

    06/21/2015 4:07:09 PM PDT · 79 of 115
    justiceseeker93 to Pollster1; All
    Obamacare is shockingly unconstitutional.

    Absolutely, and in quite a number of different ways.

    But in a case before the Court, a plaintiff can't just claim unconstitutionality and present a list of unconstitutional provisions. That would appropriately be the subject of a law journal article. A plaintiff has to prove harm to himself from a particular provision in order to have standing to challenge its constitutionality.

    But the current Obamacare case before the SCOTUS isn't really a question of constitutionality; rather it is a question of interpretation of the meaning of the insurance premium reimbursement provision in the law and whether or not it applies to the federal insurance exchange.

  • Tensions build as Supreme Court readies blockbuster rulings

    06/21/2015 3:51:13 PM PDT · 78 of 115
    justiceseeker93 to ladyjane; All
    If they vote in support of gay marriage, maybe Roberts will come out of the closet.

    Roberts may be subject to blackmail, but I don't think he's "gay."

  • Tensions build as Supreme Court readies blockbuster rulings

    06/21/2015 3:40:52 PM PDT · 77 of 115
    justiceseeker93 to Joe Boucher; AJFavish; socialismisinsidious; holdonnow; Sean Hannity; EternalVigilance; ...
    Obammy knows Roberts adopted his kids illegally.

    Hopefully, Roberts won't knuckle under to blackmail like some here say happened regarding the earlier Obamacare case.

    Even if the adopted children issue were exposed in the MSM, Roberts will almost certainly not be impeached on those charges by a Congress where both Houses are controlled by establishment Republicans. So he can probably afford to be more independent now than he was a couple of years ago.

  • Tensions build as Supreme Court readies blockbuster rulings

    06/21/2015 3:07:51 PM PDT · 75 of 115
    justiceseeker93 to Georgia Girl 2; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; firebrand; theothercheek; AJFavish; Ohioan; SoConPubbie; ...
    WE will all be going gay soon. All 57 states.

    Yes, if the SCOTUS rules that the Fourteenth Amendment's equal protection and due process clauses will force every state in the union to legalize same-sex "marriage," it will be among the most illogical decisions in SCOTUS history.

    The Fourteenth Amendment was, without question, geared to preventing abuses of newly freed black slaves by state governments. One can pretty well see the logic behind extending such protections to other racial or ethnic groups, but homosexuals do not fall into those categories. Of course, the Constitution does not give the SCOTUS the power to radically alter the common law definition of the word "marriage" which has been a union between a man and a woman for thousands of years. It's just the re-education (brainwashing) of the younger generations which has given political impetus to falsely presenting this as an "equal rights" issue. Contrary to "gay rights" activists, a union between two persons of the same sex should not be conflated with a heterosexual marriage between individuals of different races, nationalities, religions, etc., which the SCOTUS protected in previous rulings.

    The left delights in destabilizing society by screwing up the common vocabulary, and undoubtedly we will see perverse in-your-face videos of gay "weddings" up the wazoo if the SCOTUS is foolish enough to rule the wrong way.

  • Time for Huma Abedin to Come Out of the Shadows

    06/21/2015 11:41:26 AM PDT · 48 of 52
    justiceseeker93 to GailA; Eleutheria5; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; randita; smoothsailing; Shellybenoit; Just A Nobody; ...
    Most of them have skeletons in their closets they don’t want ‘outed’. The opponents hold onto the info and use it at election time.

    There is a hardly a person in the world without some "skeleton in his/her closet." It's a question of the seriousness and/or importance of that "skeleton." I don't know of any "skeleton" as important to the American people regarding a presidential candidate than an individual extremely close to the candidate who was raised as an advocate of jihadist terrorism, when that individual seems to have used her closeness to the candidate in the US government to further Islamic extremism.

    I know of no opposing candidate who has anything comparable as a "skeleton." There is nothing for any of these GOP opponents to fear by publicly "outing" Huma Abedin - actually "re-outing" Huma Abedin - as exactly who and what what she is. And you can bet that HRC will bring up any "skeletons" the 'Rats know of against such a Republican, whether the GOP "outs" Abedin or not. No reason for Republican opponents to be blackmailed into not talking about her!

    Is the GOP the party with a robust foreign policy opposing Islamic extremism or is the GOP too timid to talk about Huma Abedin and her background and ideology?

  • Time for Huma Abedin to Come Out of the Shadows

    06/19/2015 7:24:06 AM PDT · 11 of 52
    justiceseeker93 to SJackson; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; smoothsailing; randita; Political Junkie Too; theothercheek; ...
    Time for Huma Abedin to Come Out of the Shadows

    What a ridiculous title for this article!

    Obviously, Huma Abedin will not come out of the shadows by herself. It's up to HRC's political opponents to "out" her and explain to the American electorate who Huma is and the stark dangers she represents.

    Why are most Washington Republicans and their consultants so continually squeamish about saying things like this that have to be said? If this Huma issue is not pounced on in the 2016 (assuming HRC is the Dem nominee), it will be a repeat of the GOP failure to hit constantly on Obama's tightness with Bill Ayers, Rev. Wright, Rashid Khalidi, etc. etc. in the last two presidential campaigns.

  • Donald Trump Donated Heavily To Democrats, Especially During Election Which Put Reid And

    06/19/2015 4:36:12 AM PDT · 125 of 135
    justiceseeker93 to Georgia Girl 2; All
    Yeh like the party brand is so great now. It sucks.

    Let's not paint with too broad of a brush. I agree with you if you're referring to the majority of the Washington establishment branch of the GOP. Maybe I'm too optimistic, but much of the grassroots, several of the state parties and even a few of the presidential candidates are showing hopeful signs.

    Then there are candidates like Trump and Paul who lie outside both of these larger factions.

  • Donald Trump Donated Heavily To Democrats, Especially During Election Which Put Reid And

    06/18/2015 3:17:11 PM PDT · 117 of 135
    justiceseeker93 to SoConPubbie; RitaOK; Impy; InterceptPoint; fieldmarshaldj; firebrand; Marcella; ml/nj; ...
    One good thing about Trump: his candidacy rankles the GOPe, probably because they fear some Bush votes or perhaps votes for other establishment candidates being taken away by Trump's presence on the ballot in the early primaries and caucuses. Of course they are well aware that Trump can survive in the primary process longer than many others and can get himself on any state primary ballot he wishes because of his deep pockets. They are also concerned that Trump may make the "Top Ten" in polls, and thus would participate in the first debate coming up on FoxNews in a month or two.

    The GOPe isn't saying this directly, but they are disguising it when they say that Trump's "extreme" positions will hurt the party's "brand." Not surprisingly, On today's Michael Medved show, Jennifer Rubin, the WaPo's house (lower case "h") Republican, blasted Trump from the GOPe's perspective. I heard on Rush's show today that Dana Perrino did the same thing on FoxNews yesterday.

  • Donald Trump Donated Heavily To Democrats, Especially During Election Which Put Reid And

    06/18/2015 2:36:21 PM PDT · 116 of 135
    justiceseeker93 to Impy; All
    I know a lot of people like Trump, some of you included. He is very charming and entertaining. I think he’s 1)An egomaniac, maybe a sociopath 2)Not conservative

    As I previously said, Trump is a RINO - or more accurately, a Republican of convenience. He's conservative on selected issues, where his conservatism matches his business interests, but he's not a man of principle.

  • 75: Average Age of Current Justices Before Next Presidential Term Ends

    06/17/2015 6:54:55 AM PDT · 9 of 14
    justiceseeker93 to Kaslin; AJFavish; Nachum; Marcella; RitaOK; Impy; InterceptPoint; Political Junkie Too; GOPJ; ...
    Without saying so specifically, the author of the posted article is reminding us that the next president will likely be appointing at least one, or perhaps even more, new justices to the SCOTUS to fill vacancies caused by deaths or retirements of the aging current ones. It bears repeating, but just as usual, the composition of the future Supreme Court is likely at stake in the 2016 presidential election.
  • Donald Trump Donated Heavily To Democrats, Especially During Election Which Put Reid And

    06/16/2015 3:41:31 PM PDT · 61 of 135
    justiceseeker93 to SoConPubbie; EQAndyBuzz; firebrand; potlatch; juliej; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; sheik yerbouty; ...
    Trump is a Republican of convenience. This sordid past of giving substantial sums of money to 'Rats is well known. If asked about it today and he was forthright, he'd say that those contributions were only a cost of doing business in New York and perhaps New Jersey.

    Note also that Trump didn't run for president in 2012, because he felt that Romney would adequately represent his positions on the issues he most cares about.

    But hopefully, Trump will do a service to this GOP primary campaign by getting other candidates to solidify their positions against illegal immigration and against amnesty. Then, too, he can siphon off some RINO primary votes from Jeb Bush and others.

  • COMMENTARY: The Day The Earth Shook in Cochise County

    06/16/2015 1:37:13 PM PDT · 14 of 23
    justiceseeker93 to justiceseeker93

    Correction to my post # 10:

    Should be “...relatively sparsely POPULATED area”.

  • Greenfield: Adios, America

    06/16/2015 1:32:17 PM PDT · 15 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to OddLane; All
    "Diversity" is a euphemism for precisely that. As goes California...

    Gotta love Michael Savage's line: DIVERSITY IS PERVERSITY!!!

  • COMMENTARY: The Day The Earth Shook in Cochise County

    06/16/2015 12:49:31 PM PDT · 10 of 23
    justiceseeker93 to SandRat; CedarDave; Arizona Carolyn; theothercheek; Hildy; JimSEA; machogirl; dware; ...
    I consider myself pretty good in American history, yet had never heard of that particular earthquake. Perhaps because it occurred in a relatively sparsely popular area?

    8.1 on the Richter scale would by about the same level as the San Francisco earthquake of 1906!

    Why would the writer of the posted article write about an 1887 earthquake just now? Any particular reason for it?

  • Greenfield: Adios, America

    06/16/2015 12:30:45 PM PDT · 13 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to Louis Foxwell; GOPJ; MinuteGal; theothercheek; Impy; InterceptPoint; fieldmarshaldj; ...
    If I'm not mistaken, I have all of Ann Coulter's previous books in my library and have eagerly read all of them. She's certainly among the upper echelon of conservative intellectuals in the United States today.

    Will surely put "Adios, America" (clever title) on my must read list for the summer.

  • Teacher: I Don’t Teach Shakespeare Because He’s White

    06/16/2015 11:42:34 AM PDT · 118 of 128
    justiceseeker93 to MeshugeMikey; All
    They are teaching “Trans-History” “Trans-Math” and “Trans-Literature”.

    "Trans"? Do you mean "transgender"? Now I might vaguely see how they can have their own history and literature, but their own math? This is truly psychotic!

  • Teacher: I Don’t Teach Shakespeare Because He’s White

    06/16/2015 7:43:58 AM PDT · 105 of 128
    justiceseeker93 to SeekAndFind; left that other site; Marcella; RitaOK; Eleutheria5; Shellybenoit; jazminerose; Sun; ..
    This smiling witch of a teacher is nothing but a freakin' racist doing her best to destroy her own country and culture, which she obviously detests, and to convert the US into a Third World cesspool. This perverted mindset - HATE THE WHITE MALE! - is deeply ingrained in the ideology of much of today's left!

    Time was when a teacher like her who refused to teach the basic curriculum would be out of a job in short order!

  • Millionaire Hillary launches campaign do-over with rally (Getty, AP, CORBIS, Reuters Photos)

    06/15/2015 1:21:28 PM PDT · 111 of 111
    justiceseeker93 to Liz; All
    Hillary launched w/ a strident attack on those who lived the American Dream and made it. She, alone, will decide who can make it in America.

    Not only that, but she roused her crowd of ignoramuses by socking it to "big corporations" and "hedge fund managers." Turns out that the list of Clinton Foundation contributors includes a slew of well known corporate names and Chelsea's husband, her 'Rat son-in-law, is a hedge fund manager.

    In her way of thinking, a bad guy becomes a good guy when the bad guy pays her off. This is blatant hypocrisy and greed!

  • Millionaire Hillary launches campaign do-over with rally (Getty, AP, CORBIS, Reuters Photos)

    06/14/2015 3:54:06 PM PDT · 105 of 111
    justiceseeker93 to Eleutheria5; All
    This is not just Reagan talking. JFK believed in lower taxes for the rich, because ‘a rising tide lifts all ships’. Reagan and JFK right. Hillary left out in cold.

    Yes, what you described is gist of "supply side economics." But historically, neither Reagan nor JFK were the first in American history to apply it. The credit for the "founding" of that ideology really belongs to Andrew Mellon, who was Secretary of the Treasury during the Harding and Coolidge administrations. Mellon's leadership in cutting of income tax rates twice during the 1920s spurred close to a decade-long economic boom. (Small wonder that Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration detested Mellon, and launched a big IRS case against him - which, BTW, failed from the government's perspective.) JFK and Reagan copied the idea and were successful in each instance.

    Today's lefties, illustrated by Obama and HRC and just about every 'Rat in Washington, are into historical revisionism on economics, as they are with respect to many other policy areas. Historical revisionism has popular appeal only with a dumbed down population, which is why the 'Rat pack gleefully tries that as well at every opportunity.

  • Millionaire Hillary launches campaign do-over with rally (Getty, AP, CORBIS, Reuters Photos)

    06/14/2015 1:26:19 PM PDT · 103 of 111
    justiceseeker93 to BenLurkin; All
    Why is Hillary dressing like a Communist?

    She can't help herself. Listen to the class warfare rhetoric from yesterday's speech; sounds like it came from Marx.

  • Millionaire Hillary launches campaign do-over with rally (Getty, AP, CORBIS, Reuters Photos)

    06/14/2015 1:22:37 PM PDT · 102 of 111
    justiceseeker93 to dennisw; rmlew; Vaquero; SeekAndFind; left that other site; Impy; InterceptPoint; fieldmarshaldj; ..
    The objectively critical tone of the event presented here on the UK Daily Mail website is a breath of fresh air, compared to the sycophant American lefty MSM accounts. Kudos to the Daily Mail!

    I would bet the ranch that the audience was heavily screened to eliminate the possibility of booing or heckling during Her Royal Thighness' speech.

    Notice that the crowd seemed to be more white percentage-wise than the NYC populace and that women heavily outnumbered men.

    In a clear jab at the Ronald Reagan era, Clinton lamented that 'we were told if we let those at the top pay lower taxes ... their success would trickle down to everyone else.'

    Liar, Liar, pants on fire! Reagan's tax cuts lowered rates across the board! And success in general did trickle down. (Same thing, BTW, with the JFK tax cuts, and - back in the 1920s - with the tax cuts of the Harding and Coolidge administrations.)

  • When the Media Ignore Domestic Violence in Sports

    06/12/2015 5:56:25 AM PDT · 14 of 35
    justiceseeker93 to Kaslin; circlecity; Cowboy Bob; henkster; BluesDuke; okie01; WayneS; Paulie; ml/nj; ...
    Considering how rare true lesbian women are in the general population (the incidence is lower than male homosexuality by a factor of maybe 10), it's remarkable how women's pro basketball (WNBA) and - to a lesser extent women's college basketball - is so influenced by lesbian morays.

    The sports fans of the country don't seem to be buying into this cultural cesspool. The WNBA could never survive economically if it weren't subsidized by the NBA. One wonders why the NBA ownerships haven't abandoned the WNBA altogether after all these years of financial losses.