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Posts by justiceseeker93

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  • The One Big Takeaway from Trump's Overanalyzed "America First" Speech

    05/02/2016 12:25:14 PM PDT · 87 of 87
    justiceseeker93 to Ohioan
    While it may be true that some pro-Nazi individuals joined the America First movement, I believe that the vast majority were genuine American patriots who supported the Washington/Jefferson foreign policy.

    Agree 100%, presuming you are referring to the America First Committee of 1940-41. Sorry that you misconstrued the meaning of my post.

    The point I was trying to make is that Trump may have been better off using some alternate phrase with similar meaning, just to avoid meaningless attacks from the left based on the left's misunderstanding of what the America First Committee really was.

  • Is Free Republic worth Saving? My Opus Part II

    05/02/2016 12:03:28 PM PDT · 129 of 267
    justiceseeker93 to A CA Guy; monkeyshine; SJackson; Impy; InterceptPoint; fieldmarshaldj; Political Junkie Too
    On the main points Trump is 100% conservative and has a history of doing, building and paying lots of payroll checks.

    Trump 100% conservative? That's certainly a bit of a stretch. Here's a 70 year old man who has, up until a little more than a year ago, been a 'Rat. He's given large contributions to the likes of HRC, Pelosi, Reid, and Schumer. He's had The Witch as his wedding guest. He can't get his numbers and facts straight, has little knowledge of the principles of American government, and is now merely a Republican of convenience. Not even a RINO, but a ROC. I'll give him credit for being a conservative on one important issue, immigration, but he's a guy who thinks that transgendered men should be allowed in public women's rest rooms. How sick is that! Trump does have a history of "doing, building and paying lots of payroll checks," but a lot of that was accomplished by corruption: payoffs to Democrat politicians; it's called crony capitalism. Oh, and yes, he did some of his building with illegal immigrant labor, which is still essential to his company. And his bullying, boastful petulant, and impulsive behavior is, to put it politely, very much upresidential.

    I was a supporter of Cruz, but his behavior this election is most disappointing.

    Please tell me what it is about Cruz's behavior that is "most disappointing"? It's obvious that Cruz has a much broader range of issues on which he is conservative than Trump. He's been a conservative Republican his entire adult life.

  • Vince Foster- 60 Min Deception (You Tube post 0ct 2015)

    05/01/2016 8:22:21 PM PDT · 57 of 63
    justiceseeker93 to who_would_fardels_bear; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; LucyT; Alamo-Girl; Yaelle; exit82; Fedora; Cicero
    Either [Ruddy] was a lying opportunistic yellow journalist back then or he has since been paid off and is now a quisling.

    Yes, it was obvious that Ruddy was at the forefront of the journalists leading the charge on the Foster case. Then about two years after the crime and the start of the cover-up, he seemed to have stopped. Sure, he could have been paid off (perhaps with his appointment to the top spot at NewsMax), or possibly was the recipient of an offer he couldn't refuse.

  • Vince Foster- 60 Min Deception (You Tube post 0ct 2015)

    05/01/2016 8:09:02 PM PDT · 54 of 63
    justiceseeker93 to tflabo; AJFavish; exit82; Fedora; Cicero; ExTexasRedhead; beaversmom; miss marmelstein; ...
    Not sure why this has been heavy on my mind lately.

    Perhaps it's that once you conclude that Foster was murdered and you look for suspects in the Foster homicide conspiracy, a current Democratic presidential candidate has to be right at the top of that suspect list.

    Yes, this crime is even more serious than compromised e-mails, Benghazi, or any of the other stuff widely talked about nowadays!

  • Vince Foster- 60 Min Deception (You Tube post 0ct 2015)

    05/01/2016 7:53:44 PM PDT · 53 of 63
    justiceseeker93 to ml/nj; AJFavish; All
    I thought was a FIRST CLASS SUMMARY, albeit a bit long (1 hr 7 min) and as much about malfeasance on the part of 60 Minutes/Mike Wallace/CBS as about Foster's death. I had never seen it before.

    Agree with you on all the above.

    I had known about everything in it, except the secret Clinton White House memo on a strategy to diffuse the controversy over the case.

    The video, although posted about a year ago on YouTube, was probably produced c. 1997, since nothing discussed on it would have come up after that date. Furthermore, several of the people appearing in the video have since passed on.

  • Trump Targets Obama and Clinton Betrayal of Israel

    05/01/2016 3:27:41 PM PDT · 8 of 19
    justiceseeker93 to Sean_Anthony; Doogle; disndat; firebrand; Zionist Conspirator; Zionista Feminista; kindred; Netz; ..
    Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech has created expectations that he will match Marco Rubio’s pledge to stand by the commitments made by President Bush to Israel’s Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in Bush’s letter dated 14 April 2004.

    I don't understand why this David Singer is comparing Trump's stand on Israel to Rubio's. The appropriate comparison should be Ted Cruz's position, which has always been unequivocal support for Israel!

    BTW, Cruz has been to Israel three times and met with top Israeli officials. What is Trump's history on that?

  • The Real Bob Knight

    05/01/2016 2:42:28 PM PDT · 31 of 31
    justiceseeker93 to ObozoMustGo2012
    Remember that candidates are legally bound not to have contact with their super PACs. No evidence that Cruz himself was involved in this. If he were, don't you think that the WaPo and its media pals would be calling for Cruz to be criminally investigated?

    It's quite obvious that almost all major media outlets, left and even some "right," are biased toward Trump in this GOP primary process, because they know that Trump as the Republican candidate likely means a victory for The Witch in the general election.

  • The Real Bob Knight

    05/01/2016 2:00:57 PM PDT · 29 of 31
    justiceseeker93 to affan76; All
    Levin not understanding why Trump would want Bobby Knight standing next to him in the State of Indiana is shows less about the understanding of local politics than Cruz’s understanding of the game of basketball by calling it a basketball “ring.”

    Not too sure about Knight's standing in the state of Indiana. I don't think the Purdue people would be particularly fond of Knight. ( Nor the fans of just about every Big Ten opponent his teams faced.) Plus, it's been 16 years since he last coached at IU - and was fired by the university president for a repetitive pattern of boorish behavior, no matter how much he had won as a coach. Younger voters wouldn't even remember Knight.

    As for Cruz's understanding of basketball, he said in his autobiography that he actually played some basketball in intermediate or high school, FWIW.

  • The Real Bob Knight

    05/01/2016 1:40:46 PM PDT · 26 of 31
    justiceseeker93 to ObozoMustGo2012; All
    Mark forgets about the $500K Cruz paid to Carly.... and she later endorsed AND joined his ticket.

    Of course you just made that one up! Cruz isn't that kind of guy. And even if he was, $500K would be peanuts in so far as Fiorina is concerned.

  • Trump Endorser Bobby Knight: 'I Don't Know What a Conservative Is'

    05/01/2016 1:31:37 PM PDT · 106 of 109
    justiceseeker93 to The_Victor; BluesDuke; henkster; hoosiermama; Impy; InterceptPoint; holdonnow; Sean Hannity; ...
    I see where Cruz just had in event in Lafayette, IN today. It included Sen. Mike Lee, Rep. Louie Gohmert, Carly Fiorina, and wife Heidi.

    Great choice of geographical location. He can appeal to the Purdue vote which naturally detests Bobby Knight!

  • Trump Endorser Bobby Knight: 'I Don't Know What a Conservative Is'

    05/01/2016 9:09:26 AM PDT · 103 of 109
    justiceseeker93 to gogeo; BluesDuke; andy58-in-nh; firebrand; Impy; doug from upland; LucyT; Political Junkie Too; ...
    ...but I would submit anyone not angry over Obama's fundamental transformation isn't paying attention.

    In case you haven't noticed, there's a candidate other than Trump vying for the GOP nomination who is equally angry over Obama's "fundamental transformation," and who has come up an equally strong but more reasonable agenda to lawfully and constitutionally dissemble that "fundamental transformation."

    And in contrast to Trump, he doesn't have a history of making campaign contributions to the likes of Clinton, Pelosi, Reid, and Schumer.

  • The One Big Takeaway from Trump's Overanalyzed "America First" Speech

    05/01/2016 6:28:47 AM PDT · 79 of 87
    justiceseeker93 to Impy; firebrand; All
    I think people by and large are ignorant of history.

    Unfortunately, very true in general, disregarding for the sake of discussion the "America First" phrase. The dumbing down of education for four decades has resulted in an American electorate more prone to appeals by candidates based more on primitive emotion and instinct rather than reason. Politics in the media is treated more like an entertainment event, rather than the serious business of helping the public to decide rationally what kind of government we're going to have.

    Am intellect named George Santayana said about 100 years ago, "those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it." Well, if the masses are ignorant of history (and the dumbing down of American society guarantees that ignorance is pervasive), that means the society is doomed!

  • The One Big Takeaway from Trump's Overanalyzed "America First" Speech

    04/30/2016 5:52:26 PM PDT · 76 of 87
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; DoughtyOne; GOPJ; doug from upland; holdonnow; Sean Hannity; ...
    My gut impression is that whoever wrote that speech for Trump was ignorant of the history of the America First Committee of 1940-41. So the use of "America First" as the theme of Trump's foreign policy should not be construed as Trump having isolationist, or worse, pro-Fascist views.

    But what is sad is that very ignorance. A frontrunning candidate for POTUS and his staff should have a much better knowledge of American history (especially from the beginning of the twentieth century forward), law, customs, and traditions than this Trump campaign has exhibited at times.

    If the Trump campaign had that grasp of history as it should, "America First" would have been changed to something something different but similar in the speech, and this needless controversy would have been avoided.

  • Trump Endorser Bobby Knight: 'I Don't Know What a Conservative Is'

    04/30/2016 11:20:16 AM PDT · 95 of 109
    justiceseeker93 to Ken H; All
    I remember Knight taking off his shoe and playfully pounding it on the table in a game with the Russians (a reference to a Kruschev incident from the Cold War).

    Naturally, the usual suspects got bent out of shape, accusing him of creating an international incident. Knight was laughing the whole time when he did it.

    I'm sure you are correct on that particular Knight incident being a joke.

    But don't forget the serious incidents of boorish, inappropriate behavior that Knight exhibited during his long college basketball coaching career. These included some assaults, but of course his status as a celeb coach generally insulated him from criminal actions.

    Though I'm not generally a fan of the Wikipedia web site, there is a list there of public behavioral problems that Knight has exhibited. A few of them may be overhyped, but overall you can't deny that Knight caused trouble for himself and the schools that he coached all too frequently.


  • Trump Endorser Bobby Knight: 'I Don't Know What a Conservative Is'

    04/30/2016 10:58:05 AM PDT · 89 of 109
    justiceseeker93 to The_Victor; henkster; hoosiermama; rrrod; xzins; BluesDuke; okie01; ml/nj; F15Eagle; unkus; ...
    Donald Trump scored a major endorsement from a very beloved Indiana hero, Hoosier basketball coach Bobby Knight.

    The sad truth is that Knight, for all his winning as a basketball coach, has a long history of noxious, boorish, childish behavior, not only public temper tantrums but assaults directed against players, opposing coaches, his own staffers, officials, fans, etc., etc. No wonder he fits in with Trump: the two have similar personality traits.

    As for being "a very beloved Indiana hero," perhaps the writer of this posted article is unaware that there is another Big Ten school in the state of Indiana, named Purdue, whose fans and alums are primary voters as well, and whose fans and alums probably detest Knight as much as some IU followers might admire him.

    Then, too, Knight hasn't been coaching at IU for 16 years, so younger voters wouldn't even know who he is. BTW, Knight left because the IU president had finally seen enough (about thirty years) of his ugly juvenile antics and decided to fire him.

    And BTW, for those folks with military connections, it is no secret that Knight was in constant hot water with the West Point administrative brass for his similar antics when he coached at Army before he arrived at Indiana.

  • What You Plant Now, You Will Harvest Later

    04/26/2016 3:00:36 PM PDT · 30 of 36
    justiceseeker93 to beaversmom

    Dear beaversmom:

    Which, if any, of the cats pictured are yours? Just curious, they are all cute.

  • Fiorina: 'Never say never' to VP spot

    04/11/2016 1:07:05 PM PDT · 40 of 49
    justiceseeker93 to DoughtyOne; All
    I said that Fiorina is a RINO. I wouldn't want her for president. But I think she can do an adequate job for a few months as a running mate for Cruz, having the discipline to limit her discussions to the subjects (like economic growth) where she agrees with him. It would be far from the first time that presidential and vice-presidential candidates on the same ticket had different opinions on a lot of things. That goes back 200 years.

    Now here's a question for all: Why do you think that Fiorina, after dropping out of the presidential race, latched on to an endorsement of Cruz, rather than Trump or Kasich or Rubio? What do you think was the deal there? The VP slot, or perhaps a cabinet position, if Cruz were to be nominated and win the presidency?

  • Fiorina: 'Never say never' to VP spot

    04/11/2016 10:54:20 AM PDT · 33 of 49
    justiceseeker93 to kevcol; firebrand; juliej; Yaelle; Sarah; Sarah Barracuda; Reaganite Republican; ...
    Perhaps you can come up with better possible VP choices for Cruz if he gets the presidential nomination, but Fiorina isn't particularly bad.

    She is articulate, fast on her her feet in answering questions, and can debate more than adequately. Plus, her strength is with economic issues, which are very important.

    Yes, I'd call her ideologically a RINO moderate, but then remember that Reagan won two elections decisively with RINO moderate George H. W. Bush as his running mate.

    Then there is this business of the woman factor, the thought being that a female GOP VP candidate will work to the party's advantage vs. The Witch.

  • Germany: Muslim migrants force 14-year-old boy to perform sex acts on them at pool

    04/06/2016 3:01:31 PM PDT · 60 of 97
    justiceseeker93 to LucyT; theothercheek; Sun; Sacajaweau; left that other site; seekthetruth; SunkenCiv; ...
    Hillary Clinton’s top adviser, Huma Abedin is a Muslim, whose mother and brother are still involved in the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

    Not only top adviser, but Clinton's closest assistant when Her Royal Thighness was Secretary of State and was the recipient of tons of classified documents coming in through that private e-mail server. Giving a person with Huma's background and family history access to such documents is a disgrace. What ever happened to national security clearances for government operatives at such high levels? Are certain ethnics exempt from security clearances?

    The Republican candidate for president would be a fool not to bring up Huma Abedin's name repeatedly in the general election race against The Witch this year!

  • Huma

    04/01/2016 12:24:47 AM PDT · 36 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to Slyfox
    I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiment … however you need to rephrase the following:

    Any Republican candidate who fails to go hard on Huma ... will be blowing an even bigger opportunity than McCain and Romney did with respect to Zero's radical buddies.

    No, I didn't do that intentionally, but I can see why you call yourself "Slyfox." LOL!

  • Huma

    03/31/2016 7:03:50 PM PDT · 32 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to All
    She should be called by her maiden name, HUMA ABEDIN.

    Yes, Anthony Weiner is a joke, but giving her the name "Weiner" obscures her heritage as an Arab, and furthermore, as the offspring of two radical Muslim parents.

    She is fair game to be made a big issue in this presidential campaign against her employer (also her reputed lesbian lover).

  • Huma

    03/31/2016 6:38:09 PM PDT · 30 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to Slyfox

    Please see my post # 29.

  • Huma

    03/31/2016 6:36:31 PM PDT · 29 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to blueunicorn6; firebrand; GOPJ; DoughtyOne; GregNH; SunkenCiv; theothercheek; ScottinVA; ...
    Huma is to HRC what Wright, Ayers, Dohrn, and Khalidi, etc., were (or still are) to Obama, even more so.

    It's about time that the GOP candidate for president campaigning against The Witch this year latches on to Huma's background and jobs she's held for HRC and makes it clear that a radical Muslim like Huma's presence is even more of a threat to national security if she gets anywhere near a Clinton White House. After all, Huma is the offspring of a father who was big in the Muslim Brotherhood and a mother who was big in the Muslim Sisterhood.

    Any Republican candidate who fails to go hard on Huma will be blowing an even bigger opportunity than McCain and Romney did with respect to Zero's radical buddies.

  • Vince Foster 'suicide' shocker: 2nd wound documented

    03/06/2016 9:38:53 AM PST · 83 of 90
    justiceseeker93 to TXnMA; AJFavish; doug from upland; Tennessee Nana; martin_fierro; exit82; Cicero; Clemenza; ...
    Foster's heart was no longer pumping when the .38 head shot through the mouth was inflicted.

    There was NO .38 head shot through the mouth. That shot was fabricated by the medical examiner's office who did the autopsy in order to support the nonsensical "suicide-in-the-park" theory.

    There was no shooting in the Park...period. Foster was killed by a single low-caliber shot administered by an assassin at close range just below his jawbone. The shooting occurred in Washington, in a private office within a few blocks of the White House. The body was then transported to Ft. Marcy and dumped at that predetermined site beneath the cannon where it was found.

    Please see my post # 64.

  • Trump, GOP set sights on 4 states; Clinton, Sanders battle

    03/05/2016 3:58:00 PM PST · 13 of 13
    justiceseeker93 to GrandJediMasterYoda
    Not to get off topic, but has anyone wondered if Trump is a boozer? It's just as a recovering alcoholic myself, I recognize the type of face he's got, that bloated red type of face and man, to me that sure as hell looks like a boozers face. I just why does he wear all that spray on orange tan? What is he trying to hide there? He's says he's never drank, but I really don't get why his face looks like that otherwise. I mean look at this photo, what would make his face look like this? I just mention this because Trumps brother died of alcoholism, it runs in his family, and if Trump is a boozer and lied about it, then we got a BIG problem here.

    You don't have to be an alcoholic to have an eccentric personality. From what I've heard, Trump does not drink alcohol at all, and I believe him on that. It's possible that he stopped drinking completely after he saw what happened to that brother. As for the redness of his facial skin, that could be from sun exposure in a lightly complected individual.

  • Vince Foster 'suicide' shocker: 2nd wound documented

    03/05/2016 3:28:36 PM PST · 80 of 90
    justiceseeker93 to conservativesister; AJFavish; doug from upland; Tennessee Nana; SunkenCiv; MeshugeMikey; ...
    I had heard the secret service had found a bullet hole in Foster’s car.

    Never heard of that. But about Foster's car: there were items found in it and inventoried by the Park Police, which clearly never belonged to anyone in the Foster family nor anyone they might have been friendly with.

    This implies that a stranger or strangers were in the car, likely right before it was found in the Ft. Marcy lot. Likelihood is that those who left the items in Foster's car had driven the car to the parking lot after the victim was dead in order to fake the "suicide," then forgot to retrieve their items or were so hurried to leave the park that they had to no choice but to leave these potentially valuable clues in place.

  • Vince Foster 'suicide' shocker: 2nd wound documented

    03/05/2016 10:53:04 AM PST · 75 of 90
    justiceseeker93 to martin_fierro; All
    Yes, I've read "Ron Brown's Body."

    Not quite as big as the Vince Foster case now, however, because Foster was much closer to HRC than Ron Brown was.

    Not only was Foster HRC's law partner at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, but Foster and HRC were reported - by an Arkansas state trooper - to have had an extramarital affair.

  • Vince Foster 'suicide' shocker: 2nd wound documented

    03/05/2016 10:45:01 AM PST · 72 of 90
    justiceseeker93 to Flintlock; AJFavish; theothercheek; Red Steel; SatinDoll; ml/nj; David; Cicero; Clemenza; ...
    Murder WILL out, eventually.............

    Tick tock, Hillary dear.

    The current Republican presidential candidates have been extremely aggressive at digging up opposition research and using it against primary opponents within their own party. Will the eventual Republican nominee pursue HRC's much shadier past with anywhere near the same zeal that's being used against fellow Republicans? If so, the Foster homicide and cover-up can be part of the public discourse again. But I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for it to happen.

    Remember that the subject of the Foster homicide and cover-up has been the taboo of all taboos in government circles for so many years. That in and of itself suggests involvement at the highest levels.

  • Vince Foster 'suicide' shocker: 2nd wound documented

    03/04/2016 6:25:52 PM PST · 64 of 90
    justiceseeker93 to DannyTN; LucyT; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Liz; David; theothercheek; Alamo-Girl; SatinDoll; ...
    He killed himself twice!!

    OK, I get the warped sense of humor there.

    Now let's get real. The title of the posted WND article, Vince Foster suicide shocker: 2nd wound documented, is nonsense (despite the fact that it otherwise a pretty good piece).

    Fact is that the neck wound, described by OIC prosecutor Miguel Rodriguez and several EMT's who observed the decedent's body in Ft. Marcy Park, was the only gunshot wound that the victim suffered that day, and its anatomical location, in and of itself, essentially rules out suicide. Suicides do NOT shoot themselves in the neck. On the other hand, small caliber wounds to neck are a common MO of mob assassins.

    The notion of a mouth wound was a sheer fabrication of the medical examiner who did the autopsy, intended to deceive investigators and the general public into believing the phony "suicide in the park" theory. Thus the medical examiner and his office were a critical part of the ubiquitous government cover-up.

    As for Miguel Rodriguez, his memo and resignation letter in the posted piece reveal a greater and truer knowledge of the facts of case than what his superiors would want him to have. Therefore, his resignation. But there is really nothing in Rodriguez's papers that was not known publicly before the posted article was written.

    Nonetheless, kudos to WND's Leo Hohmann for bringing up a subject which has been the political taboo of all taboos for all these years. It is very relevant now that HRC is the presumed Democrat nominee for POTUS. Once you conclude that Vince Foster was murdered, and consider the incredible degree of cover-up of the truth of that murder, HRC, his former law partner and one-time paramour, becomes the hottest of suspects in a murder conspiracy. She may wish for the time when Benghazi and the e-mails were her biggest problems.

  • Donald Trump (is) scolded for remarks about Trump University lawsuit judge

    02/28/2016 2:31:30 PM PST · 30 of 41
    justiceseeker93 to WilliamIII; driftdiver; Red Steel; DoughtyOne; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Marcella; RitaOK; ...
    Can someone please explain to us why this suit wound up in a California court, in view of the fact that Trump University and Schneiderman are both based in New York?

    Also, why no mention of the name of this Hispanic judge haring the case in the CBS article? Is there anything about him that the Democrats would prefer to keep quiet?

    I'm not generally a fan of Trump, but in this matter, knowing how prominent 'Rats work nationally in tandem using the levers of government authority against political opponents, I think he might very well have a point.

  • Donald Trump (is) scolded for remarks about Trump University lawsuit judge

    02/28/2016 2:30:15 PM PST · 29 of 41
    justiceseeker93 to WilliamIII; driftdiver; Red Steel; DoughtyOne; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Marcella; RitaOK; ...
    Can someone please explain to us why this suit wound up in a California court, in view of the fact that Trump University and Schneiderman are both based in New York?

    Also, why no mention of the name of this Hispanic judge haring the case in the CBS article? Is there anything about him that the Democrats would prefer to keep quiet?

    I'm not generally a fan of Trump, but in this matter, knowing how prominent 'Rats work nationally in tandem using the levers of government authority against political opponents, I think he might very well have a point.

  • Gas Wars: A Gallon Is Just 46 Cents Here

    01/18/2016 6:39:11 PM PST · 40 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to cripplecreek
    This is lower than its ever been in my memory.

    You must be fairly young then. I can recall gas selling for 33 cents a gallon in the 1960s. But taking into account the massive inflation from then until now, the 46 cents (even though only a short-term gimmick) is much lower than the price back then.

  • EXCLUSIVE–Linda Tripp: ‘Bill Had Affairs with Thousands of Women’

    01/18/2016 3:33:56 PM PST · 90 of 95
    justiceseeker93 to TigerClaws; doug from upland; exit82; Cicero; Clemenza; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Clintonfatigued; ...
    Having heard the Klein interview with Tripp, you have to say that the single most important paragraph in the posted Breitbart article is this:

    Tripp documented evidence of Lewinsky's phone calls about her relationship with Bill Clinton and submitted the evidence to independent counsel Kenneth Starr, leading to the public disclosure of the affair. She explained to Klein that she did so because she believed her own life and Lewinsky's were in danger, saying that Lewinsky was threatening Clinton with outing the relationship.

    You don't have to be a rocket scientist to conclude that Tripp knew, from prior deaths of others associated with the Clintons (e.g., Vince Foster, with whom Tripp had worked closely in the White House Counsel's office), that the Clintons were willing and able to order mob-style hits from the White House on anyone who, in their estimation, might have posed a threat to their political future.

  • In Defense of Ted Cruz’s Quip About “New York Values”

    01/16/2016 9:41:34 PM PST · 69 of 73
    justiceseeker93 to MarkL; All
    Far too many Jews have fallen into the trap of actually believing that the government will protect them. It never worked in Europe (even to this day,) it didn’t work in Czarist Russia, and it didn’t work in the USSR. The only place is the USA, and it’s the Constitution that’s protected Jews all these years in the USA, NOT the government.

    But as we watch the government, and FAR too many people, reject the Constitution, those protections will end. I’ve read that the fastest growing religion in the USA is islam. That doesn’t bode well for Jews in the US, and quite frankly, the Jews are the “canary in the coal mine” for Christians as well.

    Well said, Mark. Futhermore, it has become quite apparent that the bulk of anti-Semitic thought and action in the American political system now resides on the Left (which doesn't give a hoot about the Constitution), and the most anti-semitic demographic groups statistically are blacks, newly arrived Hispanics, and Muslim Arabs, which are all cogs in the Democratic Party coalition and are all pandered to by the current 'Rat administration.

  • In Defense of Ted Cruz’s Quip About “New York Values”

    01/16/2016 9:22:04 PM PST · 67 of 73
    justiceseeker93 to nuconvert
    "It turns out that the percentage of New York City's and New York State's population that is Jewish has been on a downward spiral for 50 years."

    They retired to Florida.

    That's only a part of the exodus of Jews from New York. It included and still includes many younger people as well, some migrating to places in the Sun Belt other than Florida.

  • In Defense of Ted Cruz’s Quip About “New York Values”

    01/16/2016 9:12:59 PM PST · 66 of 73
    justiceseeker93 to Phinneous; All
    Totally gay argument, Kudrow, et al.

    Perhaps you are mistaken. This was economist Larry Kudlow (with an "l" in his last name) blasting Cruz for his "New York values" remark, NOT Kudrow (which is the name of an actress). Kudlow, BTW, is NOT Jewish. And he has been married to a woman for quite some time, so I presume he is NOT gay.

    But despite his long-ago appointment as assistant budget director in the Reagan administration, he seems like his heart has been with the GOP establishment for quite some time. He has been a regular "conservative" on left-leaning CNBC. His rant against Cruz today on radio was out of character for him in so far as style is concerned. I don't recall any Democrat as a recipient of such a severe tongue-lashing from Kudlow as Cruz received today.

  • In Defense of Ted Cruz’s Quip About “New York Values”

    01/16/2016 2:47:09 PM PST · 30 of 73
    justiceseeker93 to TBBT; firebrand; juliej; LucyT; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; theothercheek; GOPsterinMA; DoughtyOne; ...
    Believe it or not, some TV and radio pundits based in New York are trashing Cruz's "New York values" line of argument as anti-Semitic. These include Geraldo Rivera (no surprise there) and former Reaganite economist Larry Kudlow. Kudlow really threw a fit on his radio show today, saying that Cruz's attack on Trump's "New York values" disqualifies Cruz from the presidency, because of its "divisiveness."

    Well, from this Jewish perspective, such trashing of Cruz on this issue is stupid. Since when does Judaism support complete "pro-choice," pro-"gay marriage", and rigid gun control positions? No, these are Obama-Clinton-leftist social issue views, NOT views necessarily supported by Jewish law and custom.

    And since when does New York values equate to Jewish values on social issues? It turns out that the percentage of New York city's and New York State's population that is Jewish has been on a downward spiral for 50 years. Seems like a significant number Jews have left "liberal" "New York values" behind. Could at least some of that outward migration be due to an opposition to "New York values" and the state and local government policies that they impose?

  • NYC property values surpass $1 trillion

    01/16/2016 9:56:28 AM PST · 46 of 55
    justiceseeker93 to Gaffer
    Never underestimate the ability of government to get the best taxation value for its oppression.

    That one belongs in Bartlett's Book of Quotations!

  • NYC property values surpass $1 trillion

    01/16/2016 9:53:09 AM PST · 44 of 55
    justiceseeker93 to miss marmelstein; All
    But it is amazing what people will pay to live here.

    Doesn't make much sense. Maybe that's because, as Ted Cruz pointed out the other night, that most of those that pay it are liberals.

  • Cruz failed to disclose second 2012 loan: report (Cruz just notified the FEC on Thursday?)

    01/16/2016 9:48:00 AM PST · 61 of 92
    justiceseeker93 to jimbo123; SeekAndFind; Political Junkie Too; ScottinVA; randita; smoothsailing; Just A Nobody; ...
    Cruz failed to disclose second 2012 loan: report (Cruz just notified the FEC on Thursday?)

    This is just New York Slimes sliming. I can see right off the bat that the amount of money in question is very modest considering the numbers usually connected to financing a Senate race in the second most populous state in the nation. Now watch the whole MSM keep repeating this nothing story ad nauseum.

    The Slimes, possibly at the beckoning of someone big in the GOP establishment, is seeking out any little wart on Cruz to publicize, now that the primaries are coming up in two weeks. It merely shows that Cruz is an unabashed conservative candidate, especially tough on illegal immigration, whom both the GOPe and the 'Rats fear and are doing everything they can to knock out of the race ASAP.

  • NYC property values surpass $1 trillion

    01/16/2016 9:10:42 AM PST · 17 of 55
    justiceseeker93 to samtheman; OddLane; NYC Republican; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Cicero; NYer; NativeNewYorker; ...
    For the first time ever, the total assessed value of Big Apple properties has topped 1 trillion.

    This somehow runs counter to the government economists' insistence that there is NO INFLATION! Which universe are they living in?

  • Gary Condit accused of lying - for man convicted of murdering his former lover Chandra Levy

    01/10/2016 4:12:37 PM PST · 104 of 108
    justiceseeker93 to jocon307; Ann Archy; firebrand; Alamo-Girl; doug from upland; Cicero; exit82; Fedora; LucyT; ...
    And wasn't Foster's death ruled a suicide? Although I admit that never seemed very plausible. Was there ever any reason given why he would kill himself? And not leave a note or some explanation for his family? I'm assuming he had a family of some sort.

    Yes, Foster's death was ruled a "suicide" by a number of government reports. Call it a humongous cover-up. This, despite the reality that a careful logical review of all the evidence - circumstantial, physical, and laboratory tests - leads to the objective conclusion that it was a homicide.

    No, there was never any credible reason given for why he would kill himself, though a bogus "depression" theory was concocted and advanced by the Clinton regime and its accompanying media shills to support the bogus "suicide-in-the-park" mantra. There was no credible evidence unearthed to indicate that Foster suffered from "depression" at all.

    As far as a "suicide note" is concerned, it turns out that something claimed to be a suicide note was found in the White House almost a week after Foster's death. But the contents of the note were very unusual for such a circumstance and, most importantly, three world-class forensic document examiners concluded by handwriting comparison that the note found was NOT written by the deceased. On the contrary, they concluded that the note was forged, almost surely by a White House staffer as part of the cover-up!

  • Gary Condit accused of lying - for man convicted of murdering his former lover Chandra Levy

    01/10/2016 8:59:31 AM PST · 88 of 108
    justiceseeker93 to DoughtyOne; firebrand; Yaelle; Sarah Barracuda; Libloather; trisham; exit82; Fedora; GOPJ; ...
    I've thought for quite some time that there were significant parallels between the Vince Foster and Chandra Levy murders. Not that the perps involved were exactly the same in both cases, but there were similarities in the circumstances and MOs.

    Both victims were relatively naive small town people who came to Washington, got involved closely with powerful Democratic politicians, and were about to go back to where they came from with lots of stories to tell.

    Both were likely lured to their deaths on the pretext that they were going to engage in activities that would be enjoyable or beneficial, then ambushed by a hired goon or goons.

    And both bodies were found in parks under the law enforcement jurisdiction of the U. S. Park Police.

    Can anyone comment on the relationship (if any) between Condit and the Clintons? I have never been able to find anything on this, yet it may be relevant here.

  • Gary Condit accused of lying - for man convicted of murdering his former lover Chandra Levy

    01/09/2016 10:14:26 PM PST · 79 of 108
    justiceseeker93 to LadyBuzz; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Yaelle; exit82; Cicero; AJFavish; Libloather; nolongerademocrat; ..
    Body found 7/20

    Interesting! So was Vincent Foster's body: July 20, 1993 in Fort Marcy Park, McLean, VA.

    Some other important events which also occurred on July 20 (not a complete list):

    1944: Failed assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler by a group of German officers. (Hitler was injured but not fatally.)

    1969: First manned moon landing. (That was also the day after the death of Mary Jo Kopechne at Chappaquiddick.)

    1988: Gov. Bill Clinton of Arkansas entered the national spotlight for the first time with a lengthy and boring speech to the Democratic National Convention at Atlanta.

  • How Donald Trump destroyed the Republican Party in 2015

    12/29/2015 1:58:11 PM PST · 99 of 108
    justiceseeker93 to LS; All
    Well, that's what these libs do day in and day out, offer us "advice" on how to win, which always comes down to copying them.

    Well, taking their "advice" is generally suicidal for the Republican Party, which is exactly why the left even offers it. The GOPe in Washington, though, hasn't seen through the ruse very much. Hence the discontentment on the part of so many grassroots Republicans and independents.

  • How Donald Trump destroyed the Republican Party in 2015

    12/29/2015 1:00:10 PM PST · 82 of 108
    justiceseeker93 to Gandalf the Mauve; Impy; InterceptPoint; fieldmarshaldj; randita; Political Junkie Too; ...
    How Donald Trump destroyed the Republican Party in 2015

    As an anti-establishment Republican, though not inclined to vote for Trump in the GOP primary, I am just darn plain sick and tired of lefty 'Rats, like Eugene Robinson of the WaPo here, telling Republicans what way to go in the Republican presidential nomination race.

    It's very hypocritical for someone who obviously wants to see Republicans defeated to bemoan the Republicans' purported destruction. The intuitive guess here is that Robinson and his leftist political comrades are fearful of a new brand of Republicanism which might be much tougher for HRC to defeat than, say, the establishment likes of Jeb Bush and John Kasich.

  • Who Put This Huge Database of U.S. Voting Records Online? (online for the taking)

    12/29/2015 11:29:05 AM PST · 54 of 58
    justiceseeker93 to Marcella
    When a voter goes to vote, he/she has to know which polling precinct to go to and has to have a valid ID proving he/she is that voter, before he/she can vote. You do not just walk in anywhere and vote.

    Marcella, you are referring to TEXAS law and election procedure, with which you are very familiar. Texas's system is among the best in the country in terms of limiting fraud and cheating, which may be why Democrats haven't won statewide elections in Texas in quite some time.

    However, in other states, procedures are much more lax, so elections are much more prone to all kinds of "irregularities." Therein lies the likelihood of prospective fraud and cheating schemes by the Clinton machine in the 2016 presidential elections.

  • Who Put This Huge Database of U.S. Voting Records Online? (online for the taking)

    12/28/2015 3:27:14 PM PST · 29 of 58
    justiceseeker93 to LibWhacker; Liz; ml/nj; exit82; Fedora; Seizethecarp; GregNH; theothercheek; jazminerose; ...
    One general principle is this: you can't trust government - federal, state, or local - with confidentiality of any personal information. There is a cottage industry out there where government is readily giving out personal data bases to "private" entities, undoubtedly for a price in many instances.

    The most common example, perhaps, is Medicare and Social Security. Become a "beneficiary" and you'll be besieged by tons of unsolicited mail from just about every health care organization and HMO you can think of. And when you turn 50, the Social Security Administration will see to it that you get on the (left- leaning) AARP mailing list.

    As government grows, more and more organizations have more and more access to citizens' private information, and the zone of personal privacy shrinks until it becomes non-existent.

    What's scary now is the possible ramifications of the HIPPA's requirements for medical record electronic databases.

  • Watchdog names Clinton most corrupt politician of 2015

    12/28/2015 2:17:39 PM PST · 38 of 39
    justiceseeker93 to Liz; All
    Hillary Clinton wants voters to know she is no friend of Wall Street. But Wall Street has frequently been a friend to her.

    Contrary to what the MSM would have everyone believe, political contributions from "Wall Street" and the financial industry have been overwhelmingly DEMOCRAT for every election in the last two decades. In fact, the idea that Republicans are the party of "big business" hasn't been the case since the Clinton years, and maybe even before that. The underlying general reason may be is that big government regulation of industry helps the fat cats at the expense of smaller competitors.

  • Watchdog names Clinton most corrupt politician of 2015

    12/28/2015 7:32:44 AM PST · 32 of 39
    justiceseeker93 to LucyT; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; exit82; Fedora; MeshugeMikey; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; ...
    Yes, post # 31 is the famous close-up photo of the deceased Vince Foster's right thumb in the trigger guard next to his leg as his body lay in the grass at Fort Marcy Park.

    That photo alone is inconsistent in several ways with the official government "suicide in the park" conclusions:

    If Foster shot himself in the mouth with that gun, the recoil of the gun would cause the gun to be found at a distance from the body, NOT right along side his leg.

    If Foster shot himself in the mouth with that gun, the barrel of the gun would have noticeable blood on it, whereas in fact it did not.

    The gun seen in the photo was manufactured way back in the WWI era (which makes one question whether or not it was even functional) and there was no evidence that either Foster nor any friend or relative of his ever owned it.

    The only rational conclusion one can draw is that the scene in the photo was staged after Foster's death, and staged poorly at that, in an awkward attempt to simulate a "suicide." The gun in the photo was merely a "drop gun."

    VF was NOT left-handed, but that hardly matters. The lack of grass or soil stains on his shoes tells us that, contrary to the official government conclusions, he could not have walked from his car in the parking lot to the location where the body was discovered.