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Posts by Waryone

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  • Jake Tapper Presses Marco Rubio: ‘Do You Still Believe in Amnesty?’

    04/18/2015 12:52:18 AM PDT · 23 of 25
    Waryone to entropy12

    Single Rubio out for traitorous lying and backstabbing. Anyone wanting a conservative candidate would automatically eliminate him for that. Anyone still considering him after knowing he is a lying, backstabbing traitor is naive, delusional, RINO or GOPe/bought and paid for.

  • Jake Tapper Presses Marco Rubio: ‘Do You Still Believe in Amnesty?’

    04/17/2015 7:32:12 PM PDT · 14 of 25
    Waryone to entropy12

    Sorry but the ‘no one else will deport’ defense is no excuse for Marco’s serial lying. He’s lying now if he says enforcement first. The minute he gets anywhere near having a say, he will open the flood gates and enforcement will go right out the window. Only JEB! is even close to being as big an amnesty lover and at least he admits it. The backstabbing RINO Rubio keeps thinking he can fool conservatives into believing his lies.

    Only the naive, the delusional, RINOs, the GOPe and their paid help go along with Marco.

  • Jake Tapper Presses Marco Rubio: ‘Do You Still Believe in Amnesty?’

    04/17/2015 7:02:57 PM PDT · 9 of 25
    Waryone to entropy12
    You can't keep lying like Marco RINO and expect conservatives to trust you enough to vote for you.

    During his speech earlier this year at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Rubio effectively walked back his previous “amnesty” support by telling the crowd that before a pathway reform can be negotiated, the U.S.-Mexico border must be strengthened and the current legal system of immigration must be enforced harder.

    With Marco's history of lying to us and telling the Univision audience what he really feels, the question Tapper should be asking is "What exactly are you saying to your hispanic audiences?"

    Rubio is a lying, backstabbing traitor.

  • Rubio's greatest strength: He's the anti-Hillary

    04/17/2015 1:10:18 AM PDT · 43 of 77
    Waryone to entropy12

    Take it from someone who knows what Rubio has done in Florida. Those aren’t gaffes, RINO Rubio lives up to his name. He is a liar, backstabber and traitor. He will do whatever he can to get you to believe he’s not a lying amnesty lover and unfortunately some people will be fooled multiple times.

    It is never what Marco says, it is always what he does. Follow his actions, from blocking bills supporting US sovereignty in the Florida House, pretending to be anti amnesty to get elected in the senate, joining the gang of eight, and lying to US citizens about enforcement while promising amnesty to Spanish speaking audiences, to his very recent ploy with Tennessee senator Corker that will destroy the Constitution and give Obama the power to enact treaties on his own.

    Certain groups of people listen to/believe RINO Rubio — the naive, the delusional, E/E-RINOs and the people they have bought and paid for. I’ve seen too many conservatives, who should know better, gloss over all Rubio’s RINO acts and for whatever reason, fall into one of those previously mentioned groups. I hope you are not one of them.

  • Why Marco Rubio Is Probably The GOP’s Best Hope

    04/15/2015 12:45:44 PM PDT · 88 of 90
    Waryone to privatedrive

    Marco Rubio is a backstabbing liar and traitor. You think that would be terrific for Walker?!

  • Why Marco Rubio Is Probably The GOP’s Best Hope

    04/15/2015 6:50:41 AM PDT · 56 of 90
    Waryone to stilloftyhenight

    I totally agree that Rubio is a liar and for many years has been doing everything he can to usher in amnesty. But I have to disagree with one thing you wrote. As far as I can remember, Marco Rubio has never been FL Sec of State. He did most of his sabotage work for illegals in the FL House when he was Speaker of House of Representatives in Florida.

    He’s lied and pretended to be TEA party while never bothering to mention what he did in the FL House. He lied and pretended to be against amnesty while running as the republican nominee for the Senate. Once elected senator, he continued to lie after joining the gang of 8, and partnering with Mark Zuckerberg and Chuck Schumer to discredit conservatives and all defenders of US sovereignty. And for those who believe that his traitorous behavior has been reformed, he just joined with Bob Corker in an attempt to subvert constitutional law. They both worked together in order to make it easy for Obama to sell us out on Iran.

  • Conservative HQ: Republican Senator Bob Corker Is A Traitor

    04/15/2015 6:18:12 AM PDT · 20 of 72
    Waryone to xzins

    I knew Corker was a traitor. He and his Tennessee twin Lamar! are both communists. So his attempt at weakening US law is not news. What I am having difficulty with is understanding this process.

    1. They cannot pass a “law” that trumps a constitutional requirement.

    2. How can the Senate pass a “law” without the House also voting on it?

    I admit I haven’t paid much attention to this since hearing about Corker’s involvement since I have expected his sudden but inevitable betrayal for some time. I just remember when laws required both the House and Senate to pass them and changing a constitutional specification required a constitutional amendment. If I am misunderstanding this situation I would appreciate any help. I just can’t keep up with all these modern day changes and fabrications.

  • Sens. McCain and Levin urged IRS to target Tea Party, conservative groups

    04/11/2015 4:50:45 PM PDT · 39 of 195
    Waryone to Georgia Girl 2

    LOL, you really think Pansy Graham’s boy, Trey is going to do anything but run cover his buddy, McInsane?

    There are many in the GOPe who can talk a good game but are completely bought and paid for. Trey Gowdy strikes me as one of them.

  • Marco Rubio: 2015 NRA-ILA Leadership Forum

    04/11/2015 8:47:04 AM PDT · 8 of 10
    Waryone to ZULU

    Nobody tricked that lying anchor baby into anything. He’s always been for amnesty and against US sovereignty, even when he was in the FL legislature. Running for the senate, he nearly lost against the dem and Charlie Crist when he came out against the AZ immigration laws. Realizing it was a losing deal in this state, he hid his true belief in amnesty only expressing it while hispandering to the latino community.

    He swore we could only get amnesty if we voted in Crist, so we voted him into the senate instead. Once in office, the first thing he did was become the poster boy for amnesty — sucking up to Chuck Schumer, showing his face on every conservative show that would have him, making pro-amnesty commercials with Mark Zuckerberg’s billions that played on talk radio day after day telling the world that conservatives really love amnesty!

    Any conservative that imagines Rubio to be anything better than a lying traitor is wrong.

  • Free Kindle Downloads of the Official Biography of Winston Churchill (8 volumes)

    04/11/2015 12:37:15 AM PDT · 22 of 55
    Waryone to Auntie Mame

    Thank you for posting this!

  • Florida Set To Repeal 38-year-old Ban On Gay Adoption

    04/09/2015 7:45:30 AM PDT · 19 of 84
    Waryone to Guenevere

    Thad Altman is no friend to conservatives. Still, these RINOs need to hear from us anyway. Republicans rule this state, but who needs worry about democrats when you’ve got Romney-level RINOs in their place.

  • Ted Cruz lashes out over gay marriage fight, and some targets might be surprising

    04/02/2015 11:47:28 AM PDT · 39 of 94
    Waryone to 2ndDivisionVet

    “Religious liberty is not some fringe view. It is the basis of this country,” Cruz said

    This is what every single republican should be saying. That the e/e democrats with R next to their names can’t say it tells us plenty about them.

    I don’t care what the phony ‘we want to WIN’ crowd has to say. They’d vote Stalin/Mao if they thought it could win. I don’t care how hard the republicans ‘uber alles’ crowd tries to push their RINOs. Put an R next to Hitlery’s name and they’d vote for her. The amnesty loving, gay loving, abortion loving etch a sketchers should just quit lying and join the dems.

    There is no reason why every single one of these republicans has forgotten what principles brought about the existence of this country. It is an absolute disgrace. Thank you Ted Cruz for showing them all up.

  • Ted Cruz doesn't have to win to 'win'

    03/29/2015 3:32:08 PM PDT · 9 of 35
    Waryone to GeronL
    You're right about that.

    Here's my favorite quote:

    During his speech at Liberty University announcing his candidacy, Cruz spoke of how America has always had “God’s providential blessing” and called school choice “the civil rights issue of the next generation.” He backed a hardline stance that could only lead to war with Iran, talked of the need to defend the “sanctity of human life” in one breath and the need to make sure Americans can always get their mitts on guns and ammo in the next. And here’s the thing: He really believes all these things. He’s not a poseur.
    Just as these libs are stumped by his refusal to compromise, the fact that Cruz is not a poseur and truly holds and believes that conservative principles work is the greatest reason I have for supporting him. All the rest, including Walker are poseurs and compromisers compared to Cruz. Perhaps they would have done well before Obama, but after 8 years of him we need someone who can help pull us from the edge of the cliff. Posing and compromising won't get it done.
  • Rumor Mill: Rubio Could Announce His Presidential Run on April 13

    03/28/2015 4:06:21 PM PDT · 21 of 39
    Waryone to RS_Rider

    According to FL law, he couldn’t run for both positions at the same time even if he wanted to.

  • Rumor Mill: Rubio Could Announce His Presidential Run on April 13

    03/28/2015 4:02:57 PM PDT · 17 of 39
    Waryone to Lurkinanloomin

    Thank you for reminding me. I had forgotten the name of that senator who is appropriately located on the far left — Jeff Flake.

  • Ted Cruz’s campaign: He hasn’t ruled out legal status for illegals

    03/28/2015 3:53:56 PM PDT · 56 of 56
    Waryone to 1010RD

    Walker is supposed to be a preacher’s kid. I doubt his current behavior is due to lack of knowledge which makes matters worse.

    Walker, Romney, Rubio all say they feel the same way about the LORD. Many e/e republicans say they believe in God while they also believe in gay marriage, abortion and rewarding regular law breakers (illegals). I don’t. You can’t serve God and mammon. Also, double-minded men are unstable in all their ways. These people should put away the etch-a-sketch, tell the truth and shame the devil.

  • Ted Cruz’s campaign: He hasn’t ruled out legal status for illegals

    03/28/2015 1:14:36 PM PDT · 54 of 56
    Waryone to 1010RD

    It is GOPe garbage and they trot that stuff out whenever they want people to vote for their socialists. Ted Cruz is already out defending himself. I will give him that. At least he understands why people would be upset and consider it a betrayal. He is working to get his message out.

    Either Walker has no clue or he is just like the rest of the E/E GOP, he doesn’t care. If he cared, if he understood, he would not be caught dead in a closed meeting with the Chamber of Commies. Nor would he have hired a gay/abortion loving lib amnesty supporter for communications. I don’t care if he’s worked with her before. That just makes things worse — he’s worked with a gay/abortion loving lib amnesty supporter before. Walker’s actions in the past do not engender trust. The days approaching an election is not the time to decide to take on principles. It makes you look like a flip-flopping Romney clone. I’ve got a Senator Rubio down here who acts that way and speaks out of both sides of his mouth just like Walker. Rubio isn’t presidential material either.

    The only person I’m sure of is the LORD. Though I’m not looking for perfect agreement on every topic, I’m positive I’m won’t vote for anyone I don’t trust.

  • Vanity:Kamikaze Co-pilot "Tomato Andy"Urban Dictionary makes things clear

    03/28/2015 8:15:47 AM PDT · 25 of 41
    Waryone to CGASMIA68

    I assumed he was a homosexual as soon as I heard he had been a flight attendant. I worked for an airline and I have rarely met a male flight attendant who was not gay.

  • Ted Cruz’s campaign: He hasn’t ruled out legal status for illegals

    03/27/2015 8:57:25 PM PDT · 24 of 56
    Waryone to 1010RD

    Without a sovereign United States, what difference does it make? Just commies on the left and commies on the right. People just play acting/imagining that they really have a choice on every single issue you can think up.

    That ‘you’ll elect a democrat’ garbage was worn out to me long ago. They’re all democrats. Some have (d)s next to their name and others have (r)s. There is only one way to save this nation now. See my tagline.

  • Ted Cruz’s campaign: He hasn’t ruled out legal status for illegals

    03/27/2015 8:23:19 PM PDT · 18 of 56
    Waryone to 1010RD

    GOPe liars who cling to their idea that they can trick me into voting for their amnesty lovers and against US sovereignty have another thing coming. I’ll write in Arpaio before I’ll ever vote for anyone who is ok with giving the invaders a pass.

  • The Walker Dead

    03/27/2015 3:38:47 PM PDT · 49 of 52
    Waryone to DNME

    You’re kidding right?

    Eisenhower got rid of millions of illegals by getting serious about enforcing the law. (Back then they didn’t get today’s benefits.)

    How Eisenhower Solved Illegal Border Crossings from Mexico


    If employers hire illegals they already don’t care too much about obeying laws. Some pay the illegals under the table, no taxes to pay and deduct, no health insurance payments, etc. No worries about minimum wage.

  • Today's Wacky Pack Sticker pic!

    03/27/2015 9:45:27 AM PDT · 24 of 32
    Waryone to mad_as_he$$; Responsibility2nd

    Chumley paid $500.00 for the two complete sets.

    Before Johnny saw the glue lines he said they would have been worth $1000.00

    After seeing the glue lines on the back he said they were worth $300.00

    I don’t usually watch the show but my son watches and I just happened to catch the show. Wacky Pack Stickers are a fond part of my childhood.

  • Did an Ivy League Dean Really Welcome ISIS Fighters to Host a Training Camp on His Campus?

    03/26/2015 5:21:15 PM PDT · 11 of 17
    Waryone to SeekAndFind

    Only had to see the headline to know this was about Cornell.

  • 'You can’t govern the country based on being angry’ (McCain Mini-Me 2016)

    03/25/2015 7:58:46 AM PDT · 35 of 42
    Waryone to cotton1706

    Thank you so much. I thought I was the only one who remembered that. Ever since that angry outburst of his, whenever I see or hear anything about Grahamnesty, I want to shout “YOU SHUT UP” at the top of my lungs

  • 'You can’t govern the country based on being angry’ (McCain Mini-Me 2016)

    03/25/2015 7:55:31 AM PDT · 34 of 42
    Waryone to stars & stripes forever

    Thank you for posting the positions Ted Cruz holds. My one problem with your post is that I don’t like having to think about the word MAN-DATE and Linda Graham at the same time.

  • Because I'm a [faux] Conservative I support the liberal platform ZOT!

    03/23/2015 11:02:31 AM PDT · 96 of 145
    Waryone to KC Burke

    I have no intention of going to its blog and giving it hits. I also understand what is really going on. For many years the word liberal has come to be a word of derision. No one wants to be a “liberal.” They all want to be progressives now. Liberalism is equated with failure. The libs and their attack dogs the media have tried to make “conservative” a bad word. But try as they might to destroy it, the word conservative has held up over time.

    Conservatives have power and libs want to siphon off that power and if they can find a way to trick conservatives into supporting their liberals or blur the meaning of conservative into something it doesn’t really mean, then they weaken conservative support/power. They can’t control conservative so they try to manipulate it. Typical of lib behavior.

  • Because I'm a [faux] Conservative I support the liberal platform ZOT!

    03/23/2015 9:51:42 AM PDT · 87 of 145
    Waryone to Kaled
    I said conservative, not people who pretend to be, or wish it was, or who imagine conservatism as their own thing. Here is a great description of conservatism from Free Republic's founder, Jim Robinson, you should attempt to understand.

    "As a conservative site, Free Republic is pro-God, pro-life, pro-family, pro-Constitution, pro-Bill of Rights, pro-gun, pro-limited government, pro-private property rights, pro-limited taxes, pro-capitalism, pro-national defense, pro-freedom, and-pro America. We oppose all forms of liberalism, socialism, fascism, pacifism, totalitarianism, anarchism, government enforced atheism, abortionism, feminism, homosexualism, racism, wacko environmentalism, judicial activism, etc. We also oppose the United Nations or any other world government body that may attempt to impose its will or rule over our sovereign nation and sovereign people. We believe in defending our borders, our constitution and our national sovereignty."
    I doubt you will be here very long because you have no real understanding of what conservatism is. Perhaps you should go join some liberaltarian or commiecon site. They would be more to your liking.
  • Because I'm a [faux] Conservative I support the liberal platform ZOT!

    03/23/2015 8:44:45 AM PDT · 42 of 145
    Waryone to Kaled

    Not one single insight.

    IBTZ (You probably have no insight into this term either noob)

    No conservative ever supports gay marriage. Your pretzel logic exists apart from reason. There is no importance of being raised by “two people.” Why not three people, why not ten people.

    Being raised by a man and woman in matrimony, a loving and responsible relationship, is what is important to society. It is a family, the very essence of society, to have a man, the husband, to show a male child how men behave and a female child what to expect from men. A woman, the wife, shows a female child how women behave and shows a boy what to expect from women.

    This cannot possibly happen with two males or two females pretending to be a husband/man and wife/woman. No one in those types of pairings have any real understand of man and woman, husband and wife in society. They are just humans pretending, individuals acting in roll playing games. They are of no benefit to passing on correct societal behaviors or perpetuating civilized society.

    That is the response to just one of your misguided statements.

  • Scott Walker, the gutless wonder of the 2016 presidential race

    03/19/2015 9:26:26 PM PDT · 60 of 82
    Waryone to Artcore

    The biggest of those stay home idiots you mentioned would be Mitt Romney. When he showed up, he found little wrong with Obama he could complain about. Up until the time he quit the campaign early to stay home, he refused to come out and run against Obama so...I fully blame him and McInsane for the Marxist we now have in office.

  • Polyamorous Oakland family finds parenting easier with two moms and a dad

    03/18/2015 5:02:44 PM PDT · 105 of 125
    Waryone to TheOldLady

    No kidding! I’m surprised the person lasted this long with that gaystapo technique. He or she might have been liberaltarian, or even a commiecon. Might even have thought him or herself a good e-republican. But in no way, shape or form was he or she a conservative.

  • Mitt Romney warms to Marco Rubio as young senator cultivates relationship

    03/14/2015 10:53:28 PM PDT · 11 of 22
    Waryone to onyx

    That totally explains why once Rubio won the republican nomination for senate, he plastered a big picture of Mitt Romney on his webpage. I always thought it was the biggest slap in the face to the TEA party organizations in Florida. When he started lying and etch-a-sketching like Mitt, I figured Marco had just morphed into his hero. Now I understand why.

    No Mitt. No Marco. Not for any public office. Neither one of them can ever be trusted.

  • Prayer for my wife

    03/13/2015 8:57:07 AM PDT · 63 of 96
    Waryone to Justice

    Praying for you and your wife for God’s strength and peace while awaiting your wife’s healing. I am also praying in agreement that her health may be completely restored.

  • If Hillary Clinton Signed Form OF-109, She Committed A Felony

    03/13/2015 8:28:22 AM PDT · 35 of 44
    Waryone to Iron Munro
    "If she did sign one, what are the odds that it has been “misplaced”?"

    They should arrange a quick check of Sandy Berger's socks..

  • Texas Land Office (George P. Bush) cancels Daughters of the Republic of Texas contract to run Alamo

    03/13/2015 8:19:49 AM PDT · 62 of 111
    Waryone to Gaffer

    Your thinking is similar to mine.

    I thought Georgie P. would give any new contract to the Fabulous Sons of Santa Anna.

  • [VIDEO] “Who Won the Civil War?” College Students Can’t Answer Basic Questions

    03/12/2015 1:08:53 PM PDT · 78 of 94
    Waryone to Billthedrill
    "The Cavaliers didn’t have a chance once Cromwell told his boys to stop bathing."

    Well, of course the Cavaliers didn't have a chance. LeBron James wasn't even born yet. ;-)

  • The Seven Dwarfs who did not sign Tom Cotton's letter to Iran

    03/11/2015 6:38:16 AM PDT · 32 of 43
    Waryone to entropy12

    It surprised you that Corker was there? If one of the Tennessee RINO twins (LAMAR!) is on the list, can the other be far behind? Why Tennessee keeps voting elephant sized RINOs into office I will never know. But those two boys are guaranteed votes for the democrats most of the time.

  • Have any ‘Reformicons’ Worked in Government?

    03/09/2015 9:47:32 AM PDT · 11 of 19
    Waryone to jazusamo

    Liberaltarians are bad enough but these clowns are commiecons.

  • In New House of Cards Episode, Frank Underwood Spits On Crucifix, Real-Life Christians Are Appalled

    03/07/2015 1:31:21 PM PST · 30 of 62
    Waryone to St_Thomas_Aquinas

    Standards for excellence are not what they once were.

  • In New House of Cards Episode, Frank Underwood Spits On Crucifix, Real-Life Christians Are Appalled

    03/07/2015 1:00:31 PM PST · 21 of 62
    Waryone to St_Thomas_Aquinas

    You did not really mean to compare that pile of crap to Shakespeare did you?

  • Obama: Denying Illegals Same Rights As Citizens Violates "Spirit" Of Selma

    03/06/2015 2:12:37 PM PST · 30 of 45
    Waryone to Biggirl

    So he’s saying US blacks should not be considered citizens — they are just like illegals? No wonder libs get the 14th Amendment twisted up.

    He thinks that people who are not citizens should have the same rights as citizens? Everyone in the world should be allowed to vote in US elections and get benefits as long as they set foot in this country? Hey Barak, I know you lived most of your life in Indonesia and Pakistan and have no concept of what it means to be an American citizen. But don’t you think that being a citizen of a country should mean something, anything? Zero?

    It has been obvious from the beginning, Obama does not care about US citizens, white, black, brown, yellow or red. He’s waiting for that nation within a nation. That nation of “immigrants” who have no understanding of what it means to be an American and no allegiance to the US at all. Those are “his people.”

  • It's Time to Vacate the Speaker's Chair

    03/06/2015 1:51:26 PM PST · 20 of 43
    Waryone to mn-bush-man

    I don’t see how this is news. Conservatives have been saying this to the lesser evil lovers from the beginning. Put the GOPe into power and they will join with the dems to pass whatever they want.

    Where are all those “we’ll hold their feet to the fire” types now?

    GOPe = democrat party

  • Dems vow to protect Boehner from conservative coup

    03/06/2015 7:50:43 AM PST · 19 of 24
    Waryone to Zakeet

    I don’t know whether it’s Boehner singing to Pelosi or Pelosi singing to Boehner, but the song is “You got a friend in me.”

  • GOP has a real challenge

    03/06/2015 7:29:03 AM PST · 28 of 28
    Waryone to Soul of the South

    No matter how hard working some Asians are, many are already died in the wool communists who believe wholeheartedly in communism. They have been taught it is their duty to share what they work for with others especially “the state.” They have little understanding of the concept of what it means to be left alone unfettered by govt. and our school system does nothing to support the traditional view of the US as a nation where freedom reigns. So there is no place where they would learn what being free means.

    It used to be that the immigrants coming here were the ones who yearned for freedom. Now most of those who come here believe that we, the citizens of the United States, owe them something. They become indignant when we suggest that they have no right to what we have worked hard to earn. Even Europe has been so infected with socialism that they may have no idea what the concept of freedom from govt. means. I would not count on any immigrant group to save this country.

  • GOP has a real challenge

    03/06/2015 12:31:17 AM PST · 19 of 28
    Waryone to Deagle

    Whoever said they don’t vote for who they vote for? The problem for the democrats will be turn out. Not getting them to vote dem. My point is that the republicans have the same problem but have ignored it for some quixotic chase after votes they were never going to get anyway. They should have been working as hard to turn out their base as the democrats work to to out theirs. But the republicans don’t do that on purpose. They are socialists/commies at heart and are ashamed of their base. They would rather lose chasing after lib votes than win with conservatives principles. But if they can fool some conservatives into believing that republican = conservative, they will take that vote as long as they can still get to enact lib policies.

  • GOP has a real challenge

    03/05/2015 11:35:46 PM PST · 17 of 28
    Waryone to Ben Mugged

    If Barak Obama is not the candidate and no other black candidate is running on the democrat side, blacks will not come out to vote in large numbers. The dems have already lost much of the youth vote due to Obamacare, and that no jobs to pay off school debt thing. Blacks won’t vote without a black candidate and hispanics are low info/low turn out voters as well.

    If the republicans would concentrate on turning out their base, there would not be a problem. But they insist on trying to cater to everyone but majority Christian US citizens. I used to think they were “stupid.” Now I realize this is by choice. The Rockefeller wing wants to dominate conservatives so they refuse to follow the obvious logic of concentrating on turning out their own base the way the dems concentrate on turning out their base. If they did, there would be no contest. No matter how many minorities there are, citizens take civic duty more seriously than usurpers and right now, threatened with the loss of US sovereignty, US citizens have the most to lose.

    But neither party stands up for them. I’m positive that is by GOPe design. Hard working conscientious US citizens don’t like socialism. Neither democrat party number one nor democrat party number two like that. They both want people to bow to their socialism.

  • Here Are the 75 House Republicans Who Conceded the Immigration Fight

    03/03/2015 6:34:45 PM PST · 69 of 85
    Waryone to Mamzelle

    I agree with you. If Boehner had needed Gowdy’s vote, there’d be a great big ol’ yea beside his name right now.

  • Here Are the 75 House Republicans Who Conceded the Immigration Fight

    03/03/2015 6:24:46 PM PST · 66 of 85
    Waryone to Svartalfiar

    Thank you. These were the names I was trying to find. The names of those who voted to bring the bill to a vote but who voted against the bill to look good back home. I hope anyone who lives in their districts give them an earful and remember their treachery in 2016.

  • Breaking: House passes DHS funding 257-167

    03/03/2015 1:06:22 PM PST · 89 of 204
    Waryone to shove_it

    You are a bit confused here. The vote you linked to is the vote to table the bill. Your staunch conservative should have voted yea on that.

    If you ever get confused as to how people should be voting, look at how the democrats vote. They vote in lockstep and against conservative thinking. In this vote, the democrats all voted nay and did not want to table the bill. The traitor republicans voted nay with them.

    The Hastert rule says this bill should never have come to the floor. Boehner needs to go.

  • Scott Walker reverses immigration stance (for now)

    03/01/2015 4:05:20 PM PST · 47 of 86
    Waryone to Extremely Extreme Extremist

    What about Walker’s reported support for “comprehensive immigration reform” also known as amnesty back in 2002 when he signed a bill in support of it as Milwaukee County executive.

    “What Walker did sign was a resolution with the following conclusion:

    BE IT RESOLVED, that the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors does hereby express its support for comprehensive immigration reform legislation that will provide greater opportunity for undocumented working immigrants to obtain legal residency in the United States and joins the AFL-CIO, the U.S. Catholic Conference, the National Conference of Catholic Bishops and other leading business, religious and civic leaders and organizations as well as the City of Milwaukee in urging the U.S. Congress to adopt such legislation.

    Walker’s campaign team says that’s not amnesty. “

    Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/398604/walker-team-pushes-back-characterization-02-immigration-position-eliana-johnson

  • I never realized John Fogerty was prophetic.

    02/24/2015 11:06:16 AM PST · 41 of 57
    Waryone to Michael.SF.

    “That is my second favorite mondegren, the first being: ‘Excuse me, while I kiss this guy’ - Jimi Hendrix”

    That one is so popular there is an entire website dedicated to misheard lyrics called: