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  • President Hillary is totally unacceptable!

    04/23/2016 7:05:12 PM PDT · 517 of 895
    LMAO to Balding_Eagle

    I will not give up my belief that conservatism is the better goal just because an orange con man told me so.

    You have. That’s fine but I choose differently and am willing to be zotted for it

  • President Hillary is totally unacceptable!

    04/23/2016 7:00:53 PM PDT · 512 of 895
    LMAO to LMAO

    I mean let’s see if you have the guts to leave this posted before zotting me.

    There are too many things that are irreplaceable to give them u to the latest con man tickling people’s ears

  • President Hillary is totally unacceptable!

    04/23/2016 6:59:17 PM PDT · 509 of 895
    LMAO to Jim Robinson

    So now we are being threatened to unquestionably back a candidate that just a few years ago was considered at no go and a conman by the same people, including you, who now demand we back him without any disagreement?

    I’m not a NeverTrump but I won’t be bullied into giving up my belief in limited government,fiscal responsibility, the Constitution, family, traditional values, rule of law, and the word of Christ

    This man donated to many of the same people who have been a thorn in the side those of us who are and remain conservative?

    Great conservatives such as Sowell, Levin, Walter Williams, the list goes on have become suspect for the crime of disagreeing with Trump.

    I maintain that the people who are being zotted and or have not given their unquestioning fealty to Trump have not given up their conservative beliefs and still hold them dear.

    It’s you who have given them up and compromised them for an orange con man

    I maintain should by some miracle he wins in Nov, you will be the first to regret your vote

    Let’s see if you have the guts to post this before zotting me

  • Despite NY Win, It Was a Bad Week for Trump

    04/23/2016 10:57:30 AM PDT · 137 of 177
    LMAO to Agamemnon

    The quality of poster here at FR seems to have changed over the years, or maybe emboldened under the smash-mouth umbrella of the Trump persona they feel more comfortable about outing themselves, particularly in this election season.


    Most of Trump’s past positions and statements would have normally earned him the RINO label here at one time if he held office.

    But since he hasn’t held office before and doesn’t have an actual voting record, it’s allowed his supporters to mold him into their own perfect candidate.

    That’s why when you see his more liberal side start to show now that the nomination is all but his, the excuse making starts as it threatens the image they’ve created in their minds. When it comes to the issues of the bathrooms and changing the party’s platform on abortion, we are told to ignore that and his switches. Well, if his core beliefs are “negotiable,” what evidence do they have that he will do anything about illegal immigration

    And his stand on the bathroom and changing platform on abortion doesn’t then match his claim of being audited for being a “Strong Christian” and reading the Bible more than anyone.

    If the bathroom is is no big deal as the Trumpers say, then what’s the harm of just giving a shout out to the NC Governor on the issue

    We are being sold a bill of goods by a talented business man and I doubt even if some do see it, it’ll change their opinion of him

  • Peter King: Trump is ‘more reasonable’ than 'hopeless' Cruz

    04/23/2016 8:16:06 AM PDT · 78 of 147
    LMAO to bubman

    Cruz will win it. In fact the GOPe is more likely to hurt Cruz than Trump because he is more dangerous to their cushy arrangement than a Trump presidency. Par Praedam.


    Agree with all except about the part Cruz winning the nomination.

    I just don’t see it

  • Peter King: Trump is ‘more reasonable’ than 'hopeless' Cruz

    04/23/2016 8:01:04 AM PDT · 69 of 147
    LMAO to Dana1960

    Sometimes, I think our Cruz friends swim in a very small puddle.

    All of us FReepers are guilty of this at one time or another. We hang together around here and think that people that believe exactly what we believe are all in the same pond.

    One quick view of any comments section of any online article should cure you of that.

    Regardless of how fervently you believe every single position of your candidate, you must understand that not everyone agrees with you.


    Agreed
    The same can be said of the Trump supporters

  • An Earth Day Salute to America’s Real “Environmentalists”

    04/23/2016 7:47:20 AM PDT · 2 of 10
    LMAO to Kaslin

    arraying on my grill as Duck-K-Bobs (cooked rare and lovingly basted with plenty of butter, Cajun seasoning and teriyaki sauce).


    Oh yum. I’m not a real big fan of duck but this sounds good.

    But the article is right. I buy fishing licenses, Great Lake Trout stamps, walleye stamp in Minnesota, gear, ect

  • Obama Boasts In Britain: I Saved The World Economy As President

    04/23/2016 7:45:03 AM PDT · 6 of 76
    LMAO to Rockitz

    Judging by the data, the world economy disagrees.

  • Ann Coulter: I hate the new Trump

    04/23/2016 7:44:11 AM PDT · 71 of 99
    LMAO to trebb

    I agree - but times have changed and society has become more perverted with them. Reagan would have a tough row to hoe these days and would not be able to sweep the country. Like it or not, we need to take steps to mitigate the damage and start taking steps to rectify things because any sweeping changes will be met with so much howling about how it would hurt too many people that they would be pretty much doomed.


    You’re correct.

    But it isn’t going to be done with someone who adopts the Democrats positions on cultural, fiscal, and economic issues.

    We tried that already with McCain and Romney.

    I’m not saying that a Cruz would beat Her. It’s going to be a tough ride for any GOP candidate to win the WH. And the possiblity of a Trump and Cruz losing exists

  • Ann Coulter: I hate the new Trump

    04/23/2016 7:25:10 AM PDT · 65 of 99
    LMAO to weston

    Nowhere in that old post does Trump endorse Hillary.
    He is pontificating about the primary race. There was absolutely nothing in there about liking or endorsing any candidate.


    Maybe not in that one, but here’s what he said in 2008, in his own words

    “Donald Trump wrote in a blog post during the 2008 presidential campaign that Hillary Clinton would make a “great” president or vice president.

    Buzzfeed unearthed an archived webpage of the blog post posted on www.trumpuniversity.com from March 2008 when he said the Democratic presidential nomination was still far from decided.

    “Hillary Clinton said she’d consider naming Barack Obama as her vice-president when she gets the nomination, but she’s nowhere near a shoo-in. For his part, Obama said he’s just focused on winning the nomination, although at least one member of his team said Clinton would make a good vice-president. (I know Hillary and I think she’d make a great president or vice-president.),” Trump wrote.

    Buzzfeed had previously found another blog post Trump wrote in December of 2008, following President Obama’s victory, in which he praised Clinton again.

    “Hillary is smart, tough and a very nice person, so is her husband. Bill Clinton was a great president. They are fine people. Hillary was roughed up by the media, and it was a tough campaign for her, but she’s a great trooper. Her history is far from being over,” he said. “

    Ouch!!!

    I have no doubt Her Thighness will use this during the election cycle

  • Ann Coulter: I hate the new Trump

    04/23/2016 7:01:02 AM PDT · 61 of 99
    LMAO to Katya

    Hill’s supporters have none for her... A portion of the Bernie people will vote for Trump.


    But will it be enough if Trump loses the base.

    The truth is, most of the Bernie supporters, after they get through the passion of the primary, will vote for Hillary or stay home. She’ll promise enough freebies to get some of them on her side. Trump won’t be able to out compete that

  • Ann Coulter: I hate the new Trump

    04/23/2016 6:58:17 AM PDT · 59 of 99
    LMAO to trebb

    LOL! He’s trying to keep his base as broad as possible - best way to beat Hillary. Cruz has alienated all but the hardest core of “militant” conservatives and if he were to somehow steal the nomination, he would have to do the same with some of his rhetoric or get crushed by Hillary. Trump has very little he has to modify to stay competitive - he knows that the WH is the goal and slavering rhetoric that pleases the far right and the “God needs to smite thee” folks will not play in the General.


    “I don ‘t know about you, but I am impatient with those Republicans who after the last election rushed into print saying, “We must broaden the base of our party”–when what they meant was to fuzz up and blur even more the differences between ourselves and our opponents.’

    Ronald Reagan

  • Peter King: Trump is ‘more reasonable’ than 'hopeless' Cruz

    04/23/2016 6:27:28 AM PDT · 34 of 147
    LMAO to JerseyDvl

    You’re a troll and a LIAR like your prophet Lying Ted. I’ll bother with someone as small as you no more. Good day ma’am.


    Well, I guess we’ve been told, haven’t we

    “We’re all just big mean poopyheads who are so mean to Trump”

  • Peter King: Trump is ‘more reasonable’ than 'hopeless' Cruz

    04/23/2016 6:25:12 AM PDT · 33 of 147
    LMAO to Bryan24

    You will not destroy “cankles” by being more liberal and more liberal.

    A great many on FreeRepublic seem to have been overcome with the idea if you run candidates as liberal as Hillary and the Dems, then you can beat them.

    What do you have after it is over? A super liberal person in government.


    “A political party cannot be all things to all people. It must represent certain fundamental beliefs which must not be compromised to political expediency, or simply to swell its numbers.

    I do not believe I have proposed anything that is contrary to what has been considered Republican principle. It is at the same time the very basis of conservatism. It is time to reassert that principle and raise it to full view. And if there are those who cannot subscribe to these principles, then let them go their way.”

    From Reagan’s CPAC speech 1975

  • Peter King: Trump is ‘more reasonable’ than 'hopeless' Cruz

    04/23/2016 6:05:33 AM PDT · 26 of 147
    LMAO to faucetman

    You don’t really believe that, you just hate Trump. We get it. Vote for Cruz in the general election then.....oh wait Cruz won’t be the nominee so you can’t.


    You’re right. Cruz is not going to be the nominee.

    But that isn’t going to stop those of us who are conservative from being critical of the biggest RINO to get the nomination since I’ve been alive

  • Peter King: Trump is ‘more reasonable’ than 'hopeless' Cruz

    04/23/2016 6:03:38 AM PDT · 25 of 147
    LMAO to norwaypinesavage

    The media loved it when Trump was “going after” Republicans, and they lovingly amplified his attacks. Just wait until he “goes after” their sacred cow, Hillary. You will see the greatest cacophony of anti-Trump howling since Hurricane Sandy blew through NYC. Now matter what “language” he speaks, it will be drowned out.


    If they thought it was bad when Trump was running in the primary, just wait till the general. And, as we have seen thus far, Trump reacts very negatively to any criticism.

    So does she. The difference is she has a sympathetic media on her side.

    His supporters believe he’ll make mincemeat out of her in the general by telling the electorate how crooked she is. The general public already is aware of that and he’s not a great messenger to bring that up as he’s donated to her campaigns. It’s similar to the effect of Romney trying to run against ObamaCare being he was the blueprint for it in Mass.

  • Peter King: Trump is ‘more reasonable’ than 'hopeless' Cruz

    04/23/2016 5:57:17 AM PDT · 22 of 147
    LMAO to JerseyDvl

    I began supporting the guy but he’s such a disgusting and vile man that I couldn’t live with myself if I voted for him. It’s not that Trump is GREAT.. It’s just that Lying Ted is THAT BAD.


    Trump told you to all that so like someone else told you, you parrot it.
    Polly wanna Cracker...bwaaak

    One example is when Cruz confronted Trump on his support for Hillary’s action in Libya and Trump told Cruz it wasn’t true when in fact it was.

    Trump..Mitt Romney with the bullying

  • Donald Trump’s More Accepting Views on Gay Issues Set Him Apart in G.O.P.

    04/22/2016 7:42:30 PM PDT · 123 of 123
    LMAO to stormhill

    If you want to know what he really believes, look at the positions he held ten years ago.


    See my tagline

    Look, I hope if Trump is elected he proves us skeptics wrong. If we turn out to be right, the consequences would be disastrous.

    Yeah, I accept that he is better than Clinton. What Clinton did in Libya, and more specifically, Benghazi as SOS is an appetizer for what she’ll do to America

  • Trump takes back claim he could eliminate national debt

    04/22/2016 7:14:29 PM PDT · 64 of 167
    LMAO to doldrumsforgop

    He will be disappointing greatly all those admiring fans as he changes the tune on all his supposed platform positions.


    I don’t know if they would publicly admit they’ve been had.

    Some will still be “yeah, but Cruz” right up to the Nov election

  • Trump takes back claim he could eliminate national debt

    04/22/2016 7:09:22 PM PDT · 56 of 167
    LMAO to HiTech RedNeck

    You chose your name. A does not stand for applesauce.

    Don’t be surprised to be taken seriously on its common meaning.


    All I did was point Trump’s own words out and look at the reaction.

    Expect this type of reaction to rise as it becomes clear the nomination is Trump’s and he starts showing his inner Democrat

  • Trump takes back claim he could eliminate national debt

    04/22/2016 7:06:04 PM PDT · 52 of 167
    LMAO to GIdget2004
    Trump was asked how his pledge to pay off the $19 trillion debt in 10 years was possible.  "No, I didn’t say 10 years," --------------------- Well, he is correct He said eight years, not 10...lol
  • Trump takes back claim he could eliminate national debt

    04/22/2016 7:03:28 PM PDT · 47 of 167
    LMAO to HiTech RedNeck

    I’m wondering why nobody grilled him on it if it was as purported, Ass.


    Yup

    More name calling when Trump is questioned. I don’t blame you, though. Trump does the same thing

  • Trump takes back claim he could eliminate national debt

    04/22/2016 7:00:36 PM PDT · 44 of 167
    LMAO to HiTech RedNeck

    He hasn’t changed what he has said, Ass. He has pointed out another angle on it.
    ____________________________

    I know name calling and bringing up Cruz is a standard MO when Trump gets caught in another mess, but here he is in his own words making the claim

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2016/04/02/trumps-nonsensical-claim-he-can-eliminate-19-trillion-in-debt-in-eight-years/?tid=pm_politics_pop_b

    My hunch is we are going to see alot more of this “explaining what he really meant to say” as the months wear

  • Trump takes back claim he could eliminate national debt

    04/22/2016 6:52:57 PM PDT · 28 of 167
    LMAO to norwaypinesavage

    ALL the income tax revenue over an entire 8 year term wouldn’t even do that.


    When Trump made the claim that he was going to pay off the national debt in 8 years, his base of supporters considered it heresy to question it.

    I’ll be interesting to see how they backpeddle this although the early indication judging by the responses thus far they’re going to bring up Cruz

  • Trump takes back claim he could eliminate national debt

    04/22/2016 6:48:59 PM PDT · 20 of 167
    LMAO to goodwithagun

    Those debates are going to be entertaining! The excuse is he’s moving more center for election votes now that the primary is cinched, but all I’ve heard before he flip flopped . . . err moved is that he’s going to beat Cankles like a rented mule (I wrote that for visual effect). Why does he have to pivot to do so if his message was so strong to begin with?


    The problem with his stance on the bathroom issue, taxing the rich,wanting to change to GOP platform on abortion, and now flip flopping on his statement that he’d pay off the debt in 8 years is the drip, drip, drip of adopting the more leftist positions. When does it stop?

    Ronald Reagan spoke of bright bold colors verses pale pastels.

    And I believe it was Phyllis Schafley herself that said a choice, not an echo

  • Trump takes back claim he could eliminate national debt

    04/22/2016 6:39:22 PM PDT · 6 of 167
    LMAO to GIdget2004

    I knew this from a few days ago from a foreign news source but as the nomination clearly becomes his, we will see alot more of this shift more to the left.

    Pretty soon, we’ll have two candidates that will agree with each other by the time the first debate comes around this fall

  • The Convention Could Very Well Prove to Be a RUN-OFF Election That Trump Could Very Well LOSE

    04/22/2016 5:01:54 PM PDT · 107 of 208
    LMAO to caww

    “The truth of the matter....there is a plausible path forward for either man to be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.”

    ———/—////———

    Or both to lose the election

  • Poll: Trump, Cruz both lose to Clinton in New Hampshire general election matchups

  • Poll: Trump, Cruz both lose to Clinton in New Hampshire general election matchups

  • Alec Baldwin: Climate Change Denial ‘A Form of Mental Illness’

    04/22/2016 12:18:14 PM PDT · 32 of 72
    LMAO to LMAO

    there=their

  • Alec Baldwin: Climate Change Denial ‘A Form of Mental Illness’

    04/22/2016 12:17:33 PM PDT · 31 of 72
    LMAO to Neoliberalnot

    ACC (Anthropogenic climate change) does not need to be real to be a powerful political tool. Politicians seek the acquisition and maintenance of power and fear as a powerful motivator when it comes to voters. Most politicians are retread lawyers so their scientific credentials are questionable at best. However, they are quick to recognize a scientific argument that can be turned to their purposes. AGW presents such an argument. To the extent that AGW poses a threat the politicians are the least equipped of anyone to address the problem.

    As lawyers they actually believe they can alter reality by edict. King Canute amply demonstrated the folly of that when he commanded the waves to cease. When a “scientist” claims that “The science is settled” he is only displaying his ignorance for all to see. Real scientists recognize that science is never settled, it continues to evolve as new understanding is achieved.


    Excellent post.

    Whenever I’ve heard people claim that ACC is an issue, My question is if the climate is in crisis, what should the climate be doing to be not in crisis and if it is, what should be done about it? There answer usually revolves around some kind of government action. I then ask if we do take the suggested government action, by what measure will we know it’s been a success?

    Usually by then the answer is something to the effect of “well we have to do something about it!!”

    See what us conservatives are up against?

  • Trump Vows "Forward Motion" On Gay "Equality"

    04/22/2016 11:46:19 AM PDT · 225 of 247
    LMAO to ObozoMustGo2012

    All of you morons are falling for media manipulation hook line and sinker. No wonder the collective intelligence of this site is diminishing by the week.


    So it’s the media’s fault Trumps all over the map on issues and has no core principles beyond the “Art of the Deal?”

    Good luck with that

  • Ted Cruz, Facing Hard G.O.P. Path, Seeks a Good Argument

    04/22/2016 11:28:48 AM PDT · 4 of 40
    LMAO to MaxistheBest

    As a Cruz backer for the primaries, I’ll admit we lost. I just don’t see any way it happens for him now. At least in a way that’s acceptable by all.

    For all practical purposes, it’s Trump’s

  • In 1 in 5 Families in the U.S., No One Works

    04/22/2016 10:21:24 AM PDT · 2 of 37
    LMAO to Cheerio

    “From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates who promise the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that every democracy will finally collapse due to loose fiscal policy, which is always followed by a dictatorship.”


  • The smug style in American liberalism (from a lib website)

    04/22/2016 10:18:32 AM PDT · 8 of 26
    LMAO to Balding_Eagle

    I’m surprised by this column.

    I truly, honestly, didn’t think anyone on the Left noticed the general ‘holier than thou’ attitude most Lefties carry with them.

    I still think most of them don’t.


    From VOX of all places

    So, is a similar article coming sometime soon from Salon?

    Doubtful. Salon is the go to reading for the smug leftist

  • The smug style in American liberalism (from a lib website)

    04/22/2016 9:59:49 AM PDT · 3 of 26
    LMAO to dennisw

    but by the failure of half the country to know what’s good for them.


    This is the underlying philosophy of liberalism. They, because of their smarts and understanding of the complications of life, do know what’s best for people even if they themselves don’t

  • Poll: Trump, Cruz both lose to Clinton in New Hampshire general election matchups

    04/22/2016 9:55:46 AM PDT · 42 of 65
    LMAO to DugwayDuke

    How did that turn out?


    It turned out with President Romney ending his first term this year ;)

    I suspect Trump is aware of the polls and his high negative ratings and I also suspect he believes them in private

  • Trump Vows "Forward Motion" On Gay "Equality"

    04/22/2016 9:52:24 AM PDT · 194 of 247
    LMAO to Axeslinger

    For the FR trumpeters tell me over and over that Trump is the greatest conservative to have ever graced the earth with his presence.


    Haven’t you heard?

    It’s changed to “he’s the only one that can save America” now?

    Our nominee is going to end up sounding more like Hillary or Bernie by Nov

  • EXCLUSIVE WTHR/HPI Poll: Trump, Clinton ahead in Indiana, overall tight race (Trump +6)

    04/22/2016 9:45:28 AM PDT · 3 of 35
    LMAO to NYRepublican72

    Indiana will go Trump in the general

  • Poll: Trump, Cruz both lose to Clinton in New Hampshire general election matchups

    04/22/2016 9:44:43 AM PDT · 39 of 65
    LMAO to DugwayDuke

    If this poll had shown Trump beating Hillary by 30 points, how long would it take for his supporters to post those results? How many would claim the poll would be asinine?


    You know the answer to that ;)

    I’m reading verbatim the same things here as 2012 regarding the polls. Nothing’s changed except the faces

  • Poll: Trump, Cruz both lose to Clinton in New Hampshire general election matchups

    04/22/2016 9:40:43 AM PDT · 37 of 65
    LMAO to Mr. K

    Just like Reagan was supposed to lose to Carter by 20 points


    The Reagan Carter comparison nonsense needs to stop. There must be some fax sent out to Trumpers to keep repeating the same talking point.

    I heard the same thing with the Romney vs Obama polls.

    Clinton will sweep the NE. Trump is more competitive than Cruz would have been in those areas. But those are solid blue. All democrats running for president have a solid blue wall now that will have to be overcome. Even a Democrat as bad as Hillary has it. Reagan carried CA twice. Trump will not

    It’s going to be the typical swing state election.

  • Trump tries to smooth things over with GOP insiders

    04/22/2016 9:02:13 AM PDT · 50 of 55
    LMAO to napscoordinator

    I agree Cruz supporters are for those things but is Cruz? I think Cruz wants to fix social issues which is great but like trump, he’ll have a congress that will stop him at ever turn.


    Do you really believe that Cruz is against jobs and the economy and the other things you listed? Stop for a moment and read what you typed.

    And if a President Cruz has a Congress that will stop him at every turn, what makes you believe they’ll bend over for a President Trump.

    Two to three years ago, people like Cruz, and Rand Paul and Mike Lee were heros around here. Yeah, they took a few votes that can be called into question and took positions that are open to criticism, but they were a thorn in the side of Boehner, McCain, Graham, ect

    Now,someone comes along whose contributed money to the campaigns of people we conservatives have been fighting and tells people those three are Satan’s spawn and his followers believe him without any doubt. I get the rough and tumble fight of a primary election and it can get nasty. But that doesn’t mean one must parrot without question the rhetoric both men toss at each other.

    There was a time were Cruz’s eligibility to run for president was settled here and would have earned a zot. Even Trump agreed Cruz was eligible. Then, Trump started to discover Cruz was more of a challenge than he thought and then changed his mind and his followers did, also.

    I don’t fault Trump for meeting with GOP insiders to smooth things over. Such is the reality of what he has to do to get their support and work for their endorsements if he expects to have a chance with Hillary. But, as someone pointed out, the same people who are ok with this because it’s Trump would be wailing and screaming if it was Cruz who was the nominee and doing this. And yes, I believe Trump is the nominee. I don’t see Cruz winning the nomination

  • Trump tries to smooth things over with GOP insiders

    04/22/2016 8:45:09 AM PDT · 46 of 55
    LMAO to SharpRightTurn

    Your candidate is more rotten than our candidate? I guess it could make for a catchy campaign slogan.


    I think the American people are going to wish they had different candidates to choose from between Hillary and Trump

  • Trump tries to smooth things over with GOP insiders

    04/22/2016 8:43:33 AM PDT · 45 of 55
    LMAO to napscoordinator

    I wonder which one can change America?


    Anyone can change America. Obama changed America.

    The question is change it to what. The truth is, we have no idea what a Trump presidency would look like. he’s been all over the place on various issues over the years(see my tagline) Cruz supporters are also for jobs, the economy, national security, patriotism, and immigration.

  • Trump tries to smooth things over with GOP insiders

    04/22/2016 8:38:26 AM PDT · 44 of 55
    LMAO to Servant of the Cross

    If the title of the article was ‘Cruz tries to smooth things over with GOP insiders’ how would you react differently to it?


    We would be told how that’s more evidence that Lyn’ CnadianCuban Cruz is a Globalist, Goldman Sachs, GOPe lackey.

  • Anger as London mayor tells 'part-Kenyan' Obama to butt out

    04/22/2016 8:32:37 AM PDT · 12 of 40
    LMAO to Mr. Mojo

    was facing strong criticism


    Media speak for “two people got upset”

  • Trump clarifies Transgender remarks on Hannity

    04/21/2016 10:47:53 PM PDT · 199 of 303
    LMAO to NKP_Vet

    Why do I have this sinking feeling that Donald Trump is going to be doing a lot of “clarifying”his positions between now and the election?

    I suppose that’s what you get when a Democrat runs in the Republican primary

  • Donald Trump “Absolutely” Wants to Change GOP Platform to Promote Abortion in Cases of Rape

    04/21/2016 10:44:05 PM PDT · 25 of 71
    LMAO to Slyfox

    As a Cruzer, even I will have to agree that the title of this article is misleading

  • Prince dead at 57

    04/21/2016 3:24:38 PM PDT · 130 of 151
    LMAO to Snowybear
    I never understood why his guitar talent didn’t show through in his music.

    And he was an extremely talented guitarist and I was very surprised to hear his talent

  • Trump: I would change GOP platform on abortion

    04/21/2016 11:34:23 AM PDT · 263 of 797
    LMAO to lodi90

    What has Ted Cruz’s GOP done? Fully funded the murder of those of babies.


    At some point the references to Cruz is going to have to stop being the go to response. IMO, Trump is the nominee. Unlike others, I don’t see Cruz winning this

    This is going to be but one small example of many shifts to the left he’s going to take in the general. I don’t expect Trump to yell, “ all abortions should be banned.” It wasn’t that long ago he thought women should be jailed for having an abortion. And he once said he was very pro choice. So, we are left wondering which Donald not only will run but govern. Based on that, how can you be certain he’ll keep his position on stopping illegal immigration?

    So in a short time, he’s angered the pro lifers and the pro abort feminists