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  • Hillary: ISIS ‘Showing Videos of Donald Trump Insulting Islam’ as Recruitment Tool

    12/19/2015 10:35:42 PM PST · 85 of 100
    VRWCer to Sub-Driver

    That makes sense, because the past 7 years of appeasement have caused jihadism to almost disappear from the civilized world, and terror attacks to become almost nonexistent in the States! Oh wait... The woman is both an idiot and a feckless pathological liar. Benghazi told us all we need to know about her ability to put Americans first in a crisis.

  • GOP Establishment Targets Trump

    11/24/2015 9:12:37 PM PST · 71 of 71
    VRWCer to catnipman

    Love it! Much more pointed than what I was planning. I will join you! Trump 2016!

  • GOP Establishment Targets Trump

    11/23/2015 7:24:30 PM PST · 61 of 71
    VRWCer to catnipman

    If their goal is to keep Trump’s voters from voting, then they can accomplish that by shoving someone I don’t support down my throat. If Trump or Cruz are not at the top of the ticket, then for the first time in my voting life, I will sit this election out, because my doing so will not affect the outcome of the general at all. There is no way on God’s green earth that any limp-wristed GOPe lackey is going to beat Hillary, it won’t happen, because there is hardly any support for any of them, even within the Republican party, much less outside of it. They won’t win any Dem crossovers, or many independents/blacks/Hispanics - and the Dems will come out to be “part of history” to have the first woman, regardless of what a lying, scheming, self-interested, evil piece of excrement she is. Therefor, this time, if the GOPe subverts the will of their constituents to serve their own purposes, they will get a major comeuppance not just from me, I suspect, but from most of those whose back they’ll have left daggers in.

  • The media has no idea how to deal with Donald Trump's constant lying

    11/23/2015 6:56:33 PM PST · 28 of 66
    VRWCer to ForYourChildren

    In another example of the fact that true journalism is deader than a doornail, a brief search on Google, on my part of course, yielded these two interesting tidbits. This is without any special journalistic credentials on my part, nor do I have access to news archives from 2001, as I am sure our “journalists” do.

    The last one was reported by Anderson Cooper, but apparently he’s experiencing some form of amnesia this week.

    Clearly, the MSM has zero interest in reporting, but only in smearing and misrepresenting. The only thing they will “report” is anything that furthers their political agenda.

  • College-Level Speaking not Required at GOP Debate ( CNBC doubles down)

    10/30/2015 9:31:15 PM PDT · 49 of 53
    VRWCer to Jarhead9297

    First of all, of course they did! They had to ensure that the moderators understood their responses. Second, the fact that the clowns at CNBC saw fit to attempt to detract from the candidates in this way shows that their poor widdle FEELNGS must have been hurt by being called out by the intelligent people on the stage, and by the ensuing fallout and disparaging feedback they’ve received by their peers and the general public. Reminds me of the Cheers episodes where Cheers would keep trying to best their upscale rival bar and fail in epic fashion every time. Losers all, and not funny ones.

  • Price picks up key endorsements in House leadership race (far better than McMorris-Hyphen!)

    09/29/2015 7:11:14 PM PDT · 11 of 11
    VRWCer to cotton1706

    I can absolutely support this! (though my first choice would be Gowdy). Tom Price is my district rep and he has not disappointed me yet. He’s a good guy.

  • Rubio vs. Cruz Poll

    09/21/2015 9:30:25 PM PDT · 28 of 45
    VRWCer to Zenjitsuman

    88.32% Take that, GOPe.

  • Hillary goes on the attack amid sinking poll numbers: Clinton gets partisan at NH rally...

    09/20/2015 6:12:13 PM PDT · 30 of 32
    VRWCer to Libloather

    Yes, and they consistently come firmly down on the side of what doesn’t/what is clearly evil/backwards/illogical. It is truly mind boggling to watch their whole dynamic in action - irrational doesn’t begin to describe.


    08/13/2015 8:01:12 PM PDT · 176 of 232
    VRWCer to xzins

    Wait, let me get this straight: a party that doesn’t want to protect our own borders wants to “protect” the Party’s borders? And they think there is no place in their party for Trumpites? Well, joke’s on them. They shoved McCain and Romney on me and I dutifully pulled the lever for both (focusing on the VP nominees to make it more palatable), but I am so disgusted and fed up with the party that it will not happen again.

    If the American people are not given the chance to choose our own candidate from all that are currently on the table, I will abstain from voting at all. And if they offer up a Jeb or any other darling of the GOPe, I will likewise stay home - unless Trump goes third party, at which time, so will I. He’s not perfect, (no candidate is), but he loves my country (a refreshing change from the POS we have now), he’s pro-military, pro-veteran, pro life, anti-illegals, understands economics, is a world class negotiator, speaks his mind, and will not back down or be intimidated by Washington elites or foreign dictators, and is able to transcend party lines. Therefor, I find him a very agreeable choice for POTUS, along with Ted Cruz - another choice that I am sure the GOPe is determined to keep us from having.

  • Appeals court rules Colorado bakery can’t refuse service to gay couple

    08/13/2015 2:25:06 PM PDT · 49 of 54
    VRWCer to GIdget2004

    Perhaps it is time for all Christian business owners who provide wedding services and products to start including something a little extra in every item they sell: a scripture quote, prominently displayed, custom chosen by the Christian proprietor and/or his or her staff. For instance, all wedding cakes would have a scripture quote written around the outside of the largest layer - and for homosexual weddings, perhaps that quote would be a selection from Leviticus? I expect that having scripture pointedly admonishing their behavior publicly, would serve to make those items (cakes, bouquets, pictures, etc) significantly less desirable to the would-be customers. Nobody wants a mirror held up to their darker sides.

  • Video Proof: Feds Post Letters Identifying Preppers As Potential Terrorists: “Individuals or groups

    07/31/2015 7:36:21 PM PDT · 26 of 81
    VRWCer to Kartographer

    Well, there goes the Amish and all of the super coupon queens with their stockpiles! Also, every family that belongs to Costco/BJs/Sams Club. Once again bureaucracy loses touch with reality.

  • Why Cafeteria Food Is the Best

    12/23/2014 6:43:27 PM PST · 82 of 104
    VRWCer to Oldeconomybuyer

    I have never seen a mom pack chicken nuggets and fries in a kid’s lunch box, so what the hell are they talking about? The pictures I’ve seen of the govt lunches are harrowing, and my kids’ lunches were nutritious and filling - sandwiches, fruit, veggies and hummus, salads with grilled chicken, etc. Its amazing, in a sad way, that there are still so many kool aid drinkers who buy whatever the idiot and the wookie are selling and try to sell it to others. Apparently thinking for themselves is a skill that has never been in their skill set.

  • White House: Obama will shut down the government with a veto if the GOP tries to stop amnesty

    12/01/2014 7:28:27 PM PST · 28 of 75
    VRWCer to SeekAndFind

    Let him! Then make sure to shout it from every rooftop until we hear it in our sleep that he is the one personally responsible for any shutdown, and see how much good that does him and his party. He doesn’t have as much power as he thinks he has, as long as the people we just elected “man up” and do what they were specifically hired to do - make the govt function and stop the stupidity we’ve been buckling under.

  • Connecticut governor’s Sandy Hook Advisory Panel targets homeschoolers

    09/25/2014 12:35:42 PM PDT · 29 of 43
    VRWCer to walford

    The idiocy of the whole thing is that this one particular homicidal lunatic was actually a product of the PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM for at least 10 years, but presumably more. He was pulled at the age of 15 or 16 when he was halfway through their high school system, to be homeschooled because the public system was failing him. I defy them to name one child who was homeschooled his entire life who has gone on a shooting rampage and killed a pile of people. Any direction they can point a finger that doesn’t incur any blame on their own extremely flawed system. (shaking head in incredulity)

  • Which are the best miniseries ever?

    07/27/2014 10:20:36 PM PDT · 141 of 204
    VRWCer to MNDude

    The Six Wives of Henry the Eighth, North and South, Thornbirds, Salems Lot

  • 'Duck Dynasty' star Phil Robertson suspended by A&E (telling the truth about gays)

    12/18/2013 11:32:34 PM PST · 49 of 59
    VRWCer to RoosterRedux

    Notice that all of this fuss is because of a paraphrased quote from Corinthians - and of all the groups of sinners he listed, nobody stepped up to defend, or chastise him for “slandering”, any other. The adulterers, the swindlers, the greedy, the male prostitutes, the drunkards (of which I am certain there are a much higher number than there are gays) all let it roll off their backs, and nobody else even bothered to notice. But the gays, oh the gays, and the spineless network, all had to fall over themselves to vilify him for quoting the Holy Bible which is the single most influential and instructive work ever written, and the book on which our entire country was founded. Hypocrites, as usual.

  • FReeper Canteen ~ What Holiday Drink Are You? ~ 04 December 2013

    12/03/2013 7:43:43 PM PST · 56 of 143
    VRWCer to Kathy in Alaska
    You Are Cider
    Your holiday personality is cozy.
    The holidays are your favorite time to stay home, stay warm, and spend time with those you love.

    You don't need a lot to make you happy over the holidays.
    Seeing an old relative or favorite holiday film is enough to make your day.
  • Rothman: The Spectacular Collapse of Obamacare’s Holiday Propaganda Blitz

    11/27/2013 3:38:51 PM PST · 39 of 44
    VRWCer to Libloather

    Or TitaniCare. ROFL.

  • Should Republicans Help Democrats Fix Obamacare?

    11/13/2013 3:31:38 PM PST · 58 of 68
    VRWCer to Sir Napsalot

    Any attempt on Republican’s part to “fix” this disastrous legislation is akin to trying to polish a turd. You may get it shiny, but its still going to be $#!%. They need to step away from the sinkhole and let the dems who did this fall in, allllll the way down. Then, when they regain power, pass legislation that allows people to keep their plans they were comfortable with, and addresses some of the faults the old system had. For instance, I don’t understand yet why health insurance can’t be like car insurance or homeowners’ - where an individual can shop for a policy that suits them re: premiums, coverages, deductibles, etc., and those who can’t afford that continue to go on Medicaid, with ironclad proof of lack of income (fraud prevention).

  • Vanity - Question about cats

    10/12/2013 12:15:20 AM PDT · 153 of 221
    VRWCer to Perdogg

    I am surprised that nobody has yet mentioned Tuxedo cats! (not actually a breed, they are mutts of a certain mix of breeds, there are 3 or 4 that will combine to make them). I have known two, one that belonged to my aunt for 17 years, who had wandered into her house one day and never left, and always acted like a cat. He was the smartest and most affectionate cat I’ve ever met, and would sleep with my cousin every night, waking her each morning with chin rubs on her chin and loud purrs. Awesome cat!
    The second Tuxedo is one I have now, and he was a rescue kitty. I literally offered to foster him and another shelter cat the day they were to be put down, to save their lives. He chose me as his mommy, and I have fallen in love with him. He is also super affectionate, super smart, and very playful and fun to be around. Sleeps on the foot of my bed every night.
    That all being said, I now have one cat which showed up in our furnace in a snowstorm, and chose my son as her person, the Tuxedo cat, and then three other shelter rescues. Out of all 5 cats, there is not a stinker in the bunch! Each of them has a very unique personality, but all of them are very interactive with the members of our family, they’ve all learned to have a relationship with each other and have worked out playtime, windowsill sharing, litter box and food bowl sharing, etc. Each one has a great personality uniquely its own. We all love all 5 of our cats and foster cats, and will only allow them to be adopted by people we can be reasontably certain will appreciate the special companions they are! BTW only one climbs on counters lol!
    Anyway, the point being, shelter cats can be absolutely amazing pets. The Tuxedo I am keeping had a dynamite personality from day 1, rolling over on his back like a puppy within minutes of meeting me so I could pet his belly. Spend a few minutes with them, and one or two will pick you! And you will be saving a life, or even two!
    Another thing I would advise you is don’t rule out black domestic kitties! We have three under our roof right now, and they are all fantastic, and are looking gorgeous in my windows with my Halloween decorations hahahaha! Seriously, they are so strikingly beautiful with their glowing green eyes and glossy black fur, and they are all super affectionate, loving, well behaved babies.
    Also, as has been said before, please please please keep your new cat(s) indoors for their health and safety!
    Good luck and I wish you a wonderful life with your new companion!