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  • Exclusive — Rand Paul Supports Donald Trump as Nominee: ‘I Stand by That Pledge’

    05/17/2016 7:45:26 PM PDT · 40 of 54
    techworker to Theodore R.

    Compare the pathetic turnout of 2016 to 2008.

    No Energy, no passion. Obama with 30% basically tied Hillary and Bernie,_2008

  • LIVE THREAD: Oregon/Kentucky Primary Day and Returns

    05/17/2016 7:13:27 PM PDT · 380 of 578
    techworker to vooch

    Is there a victory speech planned?


  • LIVE THREAD: Oregon/Kentucky Primary Day and Returns

    05/17/2016 6:57:48 PM PDT · 374 of 578
    techworker to goldstategop

    Look at the turnout compared to 2008. Obama at roughly 30% of the vote almost tied Bernie.,_2008

  • LIVE THREAD: Oregon/Kentucky Primary Day and Returns

    05/17/2016 5:48:39 PM PDT · 301 of 578
    techworker to ColdOne

    Martin O’Malley costs Bernie the election haha

  • LIVE THREAD: Oregon/Kentucky Primary Day and Returns

    05/17/2016 5:39:45 PM PDT · 291 of 578
    techworker to goldstategop

    Decision Desk has it down to about 2000 at 85.1%

  • 'My pig literally attacked me!' Rampaging pig to be put down

    05/04/2016 1:56:40 PM PDT · 51 of 75
    techworker to Donglalinger

    Don’t you think this guy was being too damn nice?

    I mean the pig is vicious and will eat you if you allow it but a homo sapien kick to the pigs’ jaw can be powerful.

    Plus if it’s me I’m smashing that animal’s head with that camera. You are under attack man, you’ve got to try to crush some bones on that pig.

    I’m not advocating fist-fighting pigs haha. I’m just saying if it’s coming, a very hard upper cut kick under their face can hurt badly. You might even break his jaw making him less interested in biting you

  • THE SAVAGE NATION!!!!!! (Week of 5-2-16)

    05/04/2016 1:51:04 PM PDT · 19 of 25
    techworker to dynachrome

    and once again Trump was totally on message.

    I wonder if this interview is archived on Youtube anywhere? I love posting stuff like this.

    About as much as I loved posting the Reagan Tariff on large Motorcycles on twitter last night at the “TrueCons”. They love to evoke Reagan but Trump being America First is somehow “liberal”.

    Back when the GOP wasn’t sucking up to the Globalist they actually were thought of as the party to get business moving and thus stomped Democrats. It wasn’t until all the free trade agreements that it became so damn hard to win a national election.

  • Ed Rollins Remerges as Trump Backer, Strategist

    05/04/2016 12:29:11 PM PDT · 42 of 48
    techworker to rightazrain

    How exactly do you blame Rollins for say a Michelle Bachman loss?

    It’s like saying Karl Rove deserves all the credit for W winning. Although I’ve grown to dislike the Bush’s a big part of Bush winning in 2000 is just that he could somehow relate to people without coming off like a privileged elitist from a status family. Compare and contrast that with Al Gore. I don’t care about popular vote, I am talking about in Red States, the candidate had certain innate abilities that Al Gore did not. Gore was stiff and wooden.

    This isn’t to say Rove had a bad strategy. However Rove could have ran Mitt Romney’s campaign and Mitt would have still found a way to lose it.

    I personally value Ed Rollins’ input here. Trump style America First Republicanism with the right people can create a massive Mondale style beat-down. These days I don’t think you could get 49 states but if he wins swing states, and picks off NY/NJ it will be a landslide, and thus a mandate. During the Reagan years the Boll Weevil’s often supported Reagan because of the landslide win. They didn’t want to go back to their district and be seen as too “against” Reagan.


    04/29/2016 12:16:25 AM PDT · 45 of 62
    techworker to vekzen

    You hit the nail on the head. This is the revenge of the Paleo-Cons after the NeoCon takeover of every facet of the party starting with George Bush 41.

    Pat has been consistently on message ever since then, and despite open disdain for the GOP he’s never considered himself anything except a conservative.

    Why should Globalists define conservatism? I love the term I am not sure if it was Jeff Sessions or Trump, but the term was Economic Patriotism

  • Some skirmishes in aftermath of Southern California Trump rally

    04/29/2016 12:08:13 AM PDT · 7 of 26
    techworker to kaehurowing

    On Twitter @cernovich documents a lot of the happenings pretty well.

  • DONALD TRUMP Only Needs 43% of Remaining Delegates to Win Nomination (After Tues Cruz Crush)

    04/28/2016 12:18:23 PM PDT · 36 of 53
    techworker to xzins

    I am counting 502 delegates remaining on Politico am I missing something? Because I keep seeing your 622 number making me think there are some from an old primary that haven’t been distributed or something?

  • Johnny Depp, Amber Heard on Gold Coast for quarantine case (10 year prison sentence possible)

    04/17/2016 6:22:29 PM PDT · 40 of 54
    techworker to RightWingNut

    I thought for sure she made some public pronouncement of playing for the other team at some point.

    We all hear about “lipstick lesbians” but truthfully when most of us see or hear of a conversion we are like....”meh who cares”. I remember thinking Amber Heard was a crucial loss for “bro’s”.

    Maybe there’s been a reset in the time line.

    Much like I could have sworn Billy Graham was no longer with us, and yet he’s still there. I chalked it up to an alternative reality that I “jumped” into.....


  • Cruz Very Close to Frontrunner Trump if Others Exit While Clinton Out in Front

    03/15/2016 9:47:29 PM PDT · 22 of 84
    techworker to Jeff Head

    Is your estimate a little low?

    I thought I read Missouri gives 15 to the winner then starts to apportion. Actually I don’t know the rules but 538’s live blog was suggesting
    Trump - 42
    Cruz - 5
    Trump - 60
    Cruz - 9

    If NC creeps up to 30 he’s up to over 240 on the night. However Missouri and Illinois really aren’t known just yet.

  • Trump way up in post-debate poll

    08/10/2015 11:22:57 AM PDT · 30 of 93
    techworker to Cboldt

    Seriously like we’d be doing jumping jacks for John McCain, Mitt Romney or Bob Dole.

    Plug my nose and always vote GOP even though I’ve hated the insiders since they (avoid racist comment) ran Pat Buchanan off.

  • I gave up gluten and here's what happened

    11/18/2013 10:56:04 AM PST · 120 of 144
    techworker to TurboZamboni

    I can’t believe the negativity on this thread. I guess it’s one thing to be suspicious of all the newfangled fads but sheesh I have never felt better. Ketosis....

    I don’t eat gluten period. I don’t eat any grains. I have not been diagnosed with Celiac and am almost certain I don’t have it. If I have a cheat meal (have twice since June) I go into a Carb-Coma so I try to make it dinner if at all possible.

    Grains, Sugar, Starches, Beans. I don’t eat any of those. Down 88 pounds this year and most of that since my son graduated in late May. I am not going back that’s for sure. Just hoping at 45 years old it’s not too late, meaning my pancreas and gallbladder had too many years of abuse.

    Liquor - Occasionally will have light beer, it’s low carb, but not too many. Most days try to keep NetCarbs under 20g, but sometimes go closer to 50. Otherwise I might have some kind of whisky, as the distilling process kills off the toxic proteins anyway, but more importantly there isn’t really a carb rush from the hard liquor.

    Pizza - Easy, I made burnt cheese pizza when I get this fix. My kids like it better than regular pizza although they might exaggerate.

    Beef, Eggs, Bacon, (Pork), Cheese. Pickles, Apple Cider Vinegar swigs, Broccoli, Cauliflower.

    Fruit, I keep somewhat lowish more for weight loss reasons. at 6’1” down to 230, and need to get to 195 to be studly. Will have berries with whip cream though. (Blue-Black-Rasp-Straw) I just keep it to a couple times per week.

  • Matt Drudge Tweets! “Why Would Anyone Vote Republican”?

    09/05/2013 3:06:19 PM PDT · 186 of 187
    techworker to Owl558

    I personally don’t care if I make no sense from a libertarian standpoint. I choose not to be pro-abortion because I value the liberty of the child. Not that difficult. If you want to point out how I am inconsistent with pure Libertarian thought, fine, I am, so be it. And consistency or lack thereof back and forth is something we can play all day. We all make choices and compromises. Also this is why I use the small “l”.

    And I could be taking your points and combining with several I’ve seen on these threads over the last couple of weeks.....which I should not be doing. There are in fact some real simpleton’s who like to jump into these threads.

  • Matt Drudge Tweets! “Why Would Anyone Vote Republican”?

    09/05/2013 3:00:59 PM PDT · 184 of 187
    techworker to A CA Guy

    Oh I am with you on this...

  • For Cruz, Lee, Paul, and Palin the Password is 'Lindbergh'

    09/05/2013 2:59:24 PM PDT · 3 of 30
    techworker to 2ndDivisionVet


  • Matt Drudge Tweets! “Why Would Anyone Vote Republican”?

    09/05/2013 10:15:55 AM PDT · 180 of 187
    techworker to Owl558

    “Unable to address the social issues that divide libertarian and conservative ideologies (because you can’t), you throw a tantrum, hurl an insult and walk away pouting. Typical.”

    Because you continue to call him a Libertarian despite his repeated assertions of being a libertarian? What’s left to discuss. This argument that goes on, is about as ignorant as engaging a liberal who uses phrases like “teabagger” and “racist”. Might as well just walk away. You people in thread after thread continue to insist that everyone who even hints at being libertarian-minded as being a card-carrying member of the Libertarian party. No matter how many times the other person says they are not, the idiotic accusations continue.

    Like I said I might as well be arguing with a sycophant liberal who says the tea party is racist. You both have about the same level of intellectual curiosity.

  • Mystery grows: Journalist died prepping Obama exposé

    08/29/2013 9:40:41 PM PDT · 39 of 90
    techworker to Rodney Dangerfield

    Not murdered Ambushed. Shot by an unknown assailant in an unmarked police car.

  • N.F.L. Pressure Said to Lead ESPN to Quit Film Project

    08/23/2013 8:32:34 AM PDT · 28 of 31
    techworker to Colonel_Flagg

    Colonel in a world with many entertainment choices, choosing to not watch something, not a big deal. I sometimes avoid things for awhile that I intend to get into at some point and end up not (Ron Swanson for instance).

    I do happen to like MMA. If you’ve ever been around something like NCAA Wrestling, many of your greatest MMA fighters were amazing wrestlers back in their college days. Though I haven’t verified my 18 year old son who is himself an athlete in college loves this stuff and tells me that Heavyweight Champ Cain Velasquez didn’t nose an NCAA wrestling match his last two years of school.

    Now don’t get me wrong, the wrestlers have to ground and pound, but having been in a few fights and losing one in a ground and pound situation, the blows weren’t quite as strong with me on my back and him punching from his knees. Though I did get a nasty black eye. I of course was a boxer and basketball player and the dang wrestler types knew the only chance they had was to get me down and this guy did it. I can assure you stand up boxing with gloves, the full punches were far worse (and as stupid teens we didn’t wear the amateur head gear).

  • N.F.L. Pressure Said to Lead ESPN to Quit Film Project

    08/23/2013 7:55:25 AM PDT · 21 of 31
    techworker to Colonel_Flagg

    MMA I would imagine doesn’t have nearly the long-term effects on the brain as boxing and potentially not as much as football.

    Not even close. However since you don’t watch it I wouldn’t expect you to know that, I am not criticizing you, just pointing out the facts. Many of the matches are decided by submissions, and there isn’t nearly the number of violent shots taken to the brain as in boxing.

  • Rolling Stone journalist feared prior to crash his car was tampered with: Report

    08/22/2013 10:03:07 PM PDT · 83 of 99
    techworker to little jeremiah

    Sorry I knew it was not you I was referring to your post, and agreeing with the point you had made on the issue. I should have slipped his name in there so you knew who I meant...

  • Rolling Stone journalist feared prior to crash his car was tampered with: Report

    08/22/2013 6:44:30 PM PDT · 71 of 99
    techworker to little jeremiah

    Seriously Little J, anyone with ADD or ADHD taking Adderal has traces of amphetamine in their system. Do you know how many people must be taking it?

    Traces of MaryJane in a crash autopsy, does not indicate someone was “stoned out of their mind”. Good Lord people wake the eff up. That stuff stays in your system for months. There is an entire cottage industry of products, methods, tricks etc. to get it out of your system for drug tests. In my military days, guys were always crapping their pants at random whiz quiz time, but figured odds were good since they only tested a small sample of everyone made to go urinate.

  • Ellsworth AFB B-1 Crash near Broadus Mt

    08/19/2013 11:58:50 AM PDT · 13 of 57
    techworker to cmdr straker


    The B-1B Bomber was my plane back in the day. (Avionics, not a pilot).

  • Accidental photobomb leads to beating, 3 arrests in LoDo

    08/17/2013 4:34:30 PM PDT · 43 of 53
    techworker to yefragetuwrabrumuy

    I agree too much is not known.

    I wonder if this guy was super soft and an easy mark, it doesn’t really even make a lot of sense to me. Rarely if ever, does a black guy who is by himself look at me in a menacing way, nor would I, him. I always strive to look edgy and mean while minding my own business. I am not saying the guy couldn’t kick my ass, but I at least like to give an impression that you are better off finding someone else to screw with.

    And my point is I can’t imagine two women starting in on me for something like this. Frankly I wouldn’t even engage them, I’d shrug my shoulders in an apologizing way, and keep right on walking. Perhaps he was stumbling around and drunk? Again not saying the guy deserved it, I am just wondering why so much detail is left out.

  • Many in U.S. Army are secret members of Anonymous; more leaks are coming

    08/16/2013 5:27:48 PM PDT · 99 of 103
    techworker to Junior_G

    What is there to be patriotic about? The war on drugs? Local police squads ordering up tanks? Pfffft...

    I did my two terms, and right now I am glad neither of my sons seems interested. I mean I’d support them, and tell them to be good soldiers, I am just glad they aren’t taking that route. Well one is still a Jr, but with a high GPA he’d would already have to be contacting service academies and he’s never mentioned it, and I don’t push any colleges on the boys.

    I still like the idea of someone watching the Army. I would certainly hope these Anon folks don’t put someone in danger, but we need to watch our govt.

    After all as long as they aren’t doing anything wrong what do they have to worry about? I mean that’s what Democrats and Rovian Statists tell us.

  • Many in U.S. Army are secret members of Anonymous; more leaks are coming

    08/16/2013 12:53:11 PM PDT · 26 of 103
    techworker to Gay State Conservative

    Hey as long as the Army isn’t doing anything wrong they shouldn’t have a problem with it.

    I mean hell that’s what they tell us all the time.

  • 2016 President: Republican Outsiders Rising (From Sabato's Crystal Ball)

    08/15/2013 9:47:11 AM PDT · 25 of 44
    techworker to 0.E.O

    Ryan is toast, he voted against Amash Amendment.

    That vote is a Litmus test. Anyone voting no clearly doesn’t care about the constitution or liberty. See Ya Paul.

  • Media blackout: Nurse shot to death on the streets of Memphis

    08/13/2013 11:31:42 PM PDT · 37 of 54
    techworker to xp38

    Ahh, haha. I can’t remember the last time I was down in Y-Town I don’t get home very often. I have family living to the west of the easternmost drug area listed, I presume safe. Probably also a drug area.

  • Media blackout: Nurse shot to death on the streets of Memphis

    08/13/2013 11:18:41 PM PDT · 35 of 54
    techworker to NotYourAverageDhimmi

    Dang I assumed that was a tranny. Actual gender female?

  • Michael Hastings Crash Caught On Surveillance Camera

    08/13/2013 7:02:53 PM PDT · 138 of 138
    techworker to LyinLibs

    Not sure if anyone is still paying attention or if I should be bumping a thread this old but, did you all see the new information on Hastings from SD 6? The wikileaks email and the revelation that Hastings was targeting John Brennan on his next story. At the very least the wiki email makes things interesting.

  • Filner: 'Not the time to go backwards'

    08/13/2013 12:01:10 PM PDT · 16 of 24
    techworker to South40

    Blahhh, I used to live in Cardiff and have to watch Francine’s commercials. Yeech.

  • GOP Strategist Says Steve King 'Needs Therapy and Medication' to His Face

    08/12/2013 3:02:18 PM PDT · 47 of 72
    techworker to cotton1706

    King - No Vote on Amash amendment so he’s in the bag too.

    Police State GOP vs. leftist GOP. Let ‘em duke it out.

  • Sarah Palin blasts Chris Christie as a ‘big government’ Republican (Says she's on "Team Rand")

    08/11/2013 8:47:45 PM PDT · 20 of 20
    techworker to The Duke

    King voted against the Amash amendment. Might as well be Michelle Bachman at this point.

    That vote could be a litmus test in 2016. A no vote puts you on Team Rove essentially.

  • AZ:Police Helicopter and Patrol Cars Dispatched for Man Photographing Courthouse(Open Carry)

    08/10/2013 9:52:25 PM PDT · 130 of 260
    techworker to flaglady47

    Good lord, I’d heard people who think like flaglady exist.

    As an aside, is it extreme of me to say we ought to have live camera’s on all courthouses, police stations, jails etc.? I mean they are up in our grill storing phone records, google searches etc. (in case it’s ever needed). Maybe we ought to have the chance to watch the watchers.

    Obviously joking...sort of.

    Didn’t Bush say about the terrorists “they hate us for our freedoms”. I can’t help but wonder, do you think they like us now?

  • Democratic ‘veterans of the tobacco wars’ take aim at energy drinks

    08/09/2013 9:03:23 AM PDT · 24 of 30
    techworker to Fire_on_High

    I’ll have to try that out. I usually prefer the full drink to the shots, but it could be a way to sneak in more water.

  • Democratic ‘veterans of the tobacco wars’ take aim at energy drinks

    08/09/2013 8:05:03 AM PDT · 18 of 30
    techworker to CommieCutter

    Gridlock. There are knock-off Red-Bulls as well. My son is more of a RockStar guy, they don’t have any knock-offs. I found a link somewhere once that Gridlock was really produced and re-labeled by Monster specifically for Aldi’s. Can’t beat the .99.

  • Democratic ‘veterans of the tobacco wars’ take aim at energy drinks

    08/09/2013 6:54:28 AM PDT · 12 of 30
    techworker to CSM

    I gotta have my low-carb monster. I get three a day over at Aldi’s (knock off made by Monster).

    If these sons-a-bitches take this away, ahh better bail on making a threat for NSA spooks.

  • Florida Republican calls Obamacare tax ‘racist’ against whites

    08/07/2013 10:46:50 AM PDT · 14 of 16
    techworker to Maceman

    Me too, friggin’ hilarious.

    And I like that he voted with the good guys on the NSA stuff, he seems to have some spunk.

  • Poll: Who do you foresee as emerging to lead the Republican Party?

    08/06/2013 12:45:47 PM PDT · 69 of 82
    techworker to napscoordinator

    Bachmann? She backed Obama railing about Snowden being a Traitor? Then she went on the house flour and made a complete ass of herself on Amash’s amendment to defund the NSA domestic spying. She is as useless as any everyday GOPe like Peter King or Christie.

    Santorum has no talent. He’s not a serious player.

  • Stewart breaks leg in sprint race

    08/06/2013 8:45:15 AM PDT · 25 of 29
    techworker to ROCKLOBSTER

    I grew up watching that stuff. Lou Blaney, etc. Sharon Speedway in Ohio. My dad was really into it. They used to go to Iowa every year when he was working and had some spare scratch.

    I think Dave Blaney bought that speedway, I don’t know it’s been so long since I’ve seen a race. Not really my thing, my dad is the racing nut. Last time I saw one was out east of Dallas, Mesquite or something, I can’t remember but he was coming down and wanted to plan his trip around a race, so I went.

    Fun stuff for sure, I just have kids that are very into sports and don’t really have time for that.

  • 23 Ways of Poking Fun at Libertarians

    08/03/2013 10:48:52 PM PDT · 446 of 530
    techworker to ansel12

    No, no, no, no. You are the one who consistently goes straight to the Libertarian party platform as a reference as if one single person arguing with gives a rat’s behind what the LP platform is.

    I stand by my thoughts, perhaps you didn’t understand my point and I’ll say another way. I am merely pointing out that conservatives on social issues do not bother me unless, of course they create a worldview full of logical fallacy like you do.

    I am in a very right-wing world as far as work, my kids school, most of my friends, etc. and I speak freely this way, none of my friends think of me as a leftist. Rather they think I am a little too far right. I will vote for Social conservatives. As long as they are not candidates who come from the tree of Bush-Cheney-Rove-Kristol etc. No matter what they think about gay marriage, I will never ever vote for one of these big-government statists.

    You have a top priority as do I, mine is anyone who voted against de-funding the NSA is out. Anyone defending prism or bashing Snowden, out. I’d also love to see DHS cut, but am not holding my breath. Do you see any reason why I wouldn’t vote for Ted Cruz or Sarah Palin? Bachmann, no freaking way, she attacked Snowden and went against Amash she is dead to me. I can’t put another big government statist back in office. Rand Paul or Cruz, otherwise I’ll be sitting this one out.

    So what about you?

  • 23 Ways of Poking Fun at Libertarians

    08/03/2013 9:22:18 PM PDT · 431 of 530
    techworker to cdcdawg; ansel12
    I don’t fight with social conservatives, I fight with you. It doesn’t have anything to do with social conservatism, it’s your lack of logic and incorrect factual assertions. You are not the embodiment of social conservatism. Check that ego, ansel12. I sometimes clash with (L)libertarians, too, and leftists all the time. You aren’t special, unfortunately. I actually agree with you on most of the issues, but your reasoning is just awful, your factual information is lacking, and you are a most unpleasant person as a result. The lying is the worst part. If somebody posted that reading John Wesley turned people into Zoroastrians, I would put that person in the same file as you.

    Here, here. I think that these arguments are terribly dishonest.

    I have been here since the late 90s (though I can't remember my old screen name) because I am a conservative.. I detest abortion, attend church, send my kids to a very conservative christian school that folks in town might think of as "fundie factory". Yet these threads devolve into some of the most ridiculous arguments by people so hard-headed that we are all liberals? Good lord people, we are further right than you statists.

    Ansel I'll tell you what happened. I woke up to what the Republican party has become. Aren't you in the exact same boat as me, and ticked at the GOP? Haven't you suggested as much? First off, what would be so hard about acknowledging that common ground? All of us here are likely disgruntled.

    Here is the difference between you and I.

    I consider people as passionate as you are about this stuff as being on my side, you just have a couple of issues that you find more important to focus upon. You on the other hand think those of us who are sick of endless wars, the police state, the TSA, the NSA, domestic drones, prism. etc. as being liberals.

    Also, how hard is it for you to stop comparing any of us to the Libertarian party? You can't even do that for the sake of discussion? You've been asked repeatedly, and you refuse, are you afraid of something?

  • 23 Ways of Poking Fun at Libertarians

    08/03/2013 4:18:26 PM PDT · 266 of 530
    techworker to Rodamala

    Our numbers are increasing my friend even here on this site. Watch these threads, it’s the same 4 jokers, the same tired, nonsensical arguments.

    I don’t mind folks putting up a good argument but they just reply, reply, reply with diarrhea of the keyboard and absolutely nothing with any original insight. Seriously when someone suggests Romney is a libertarian you have to question that person’s ability to think. I mean it’s just so silly it almost silences you.

  • Geeksdotcom ordering now closed

    08/03/2013 4:04:07 PM PDT · 43 of 54
    techworker to zeugma

    I used to go up to Geeks in Oceanside to pick up stuff.

    Did they actually stop that at some point? I moved away from San Diego in 2010 so it’s been a while.

  • Libertarians flex their muscle in the GOP

    08/01/2013 9:28:15 PM PDT · 239 of 319
    techworker to little jeremiah
    OK LJ. Now I see the crux of the issue. You use this analogy to make your point:

    One thing they dance around is when you ask them something like: “Okay, you want no laws against any kind of porn, sodomy, same sex marriage/adoption/in the military/drugs and so on - federal laws. I’m fine with that. What about STATES enacting such laws?” They generally leave the discussion cold at that point. Some have admitted to me that the states have no business making such laws either.

    So, now I see what's going on here and that is you have a perverse need to get inside their head. So someone from a more libertarian thought process says it's a states issue not something for the federal government to decide. But you press further.

    You have a twisted need to get deep inside their head. You'd make a great statist, you should apply to the TSA or NSA. Maybe DHS. We'll need folks who can probe to find out what really drives patriots so we can root them out.

    What you are attempting to do here isn't much different than the movie Minority Report. Everyone's brain must be clean before LJ can accept them. Shoot you might want to think about being an instructor in the re-education camps.

  • Libertarians flex their muscle in the GOP

    08/01/2013 9:14:54 PM PDT · 234 of 319
    techworker to cdcdawg

    A serious beatdown cdc well done.

    This is absolutely his issue of not debating from the same set of definitions, descriptions, etc. To continue to phrase every single argument with the Libertarian Party is just laughable. It’s almost a perverse fantasy these folks have. He simply will not listen. He’s a statist who knows what’s best for all of us, including forcing discussion of the philosophy of Liberty into his limited worldview.

  • Is Edward Snowden A Double Agent?

    08/01/2013 6:43:06 PM PDT · 80 of 136
    techworker to mylife

    Why is it today seems like New World Order shill day? Mindless attacks on Paul on another thread, relentlessly going after Snowden here.

    I forgot to add one caveuat to Republicans I will never vote for and that’s the NeoCons calling Snowden a traitor. Bums.

    Now as to your argument, I find that you want to believe in your country which is noble, and you think collecting the data much like one collects trash is just fine. Once again why are you not getting the fact that this data can be used to compile a dossier that shows you are a potential threat someday. Gun Owner? Veteran? Posts all the Time on Free Republic? Speaks about the constitution and the Bill of Rights. Put this guy on a watch list.

    Heck maybe they can snag your google password and start trading child porn in your name. Silly of course, but is it? You apparently have no regard for your personal effects?

    Plus, what kind of massive public spending of tax dollars went into this without even so much as a discussion? Have you no regard for the money you send to DC? What about the Neo-Fascist forced government-corporate partnerships.

  • Libertarians flex their muscle in the GOP

    08/01/2013 2:04:59 PM PDT · 142 of 319
    techworker to dadfly

    I wish I would have read the whole thread first Dadfly, you admit to oversimplifying and seem like a nice enough fellow.

    My position is this. I will vote for a conservative despite some libertarian leanings. So I don’t give a flying @#$ what ansel likes to throw out there in philosophical debate. Never again will I vote for a non-constitutional GOP member. These idiots who like draw lines between Cruz and Paul are insane in my opinion. In any case anyone from the Bush tree is done forever. Anyone from the tree of Bill Kristol, Dick Cheney, McCain, Boehner, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie etc. Done. I don’t care where they stand any issue at this point they are dead.... useless. Those folks are far more dangerous than Rand Paul.