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  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/04/2015 8:22:47 PM PDT · 60 of 61
    Windflier to Starstruck

    You’re apparently convinced that Trump is some kind of trickster, who’s fooled a strong plurality of conservatives into believing he’s something that he’s not. Given the scattershot nature of some of his past opinions, I can understand your skepticism.

    I wish I could find the first comment I made after I discovered Trump was running. It was the very voice of a skeptic. I remember Trump toying with running before, and thought for sure he was doing the same thing again.

    I had so little regard for him as a potential candidate, I didn’t even bother to track down his past opinions and stances on the issues. Seemed like a huge waste of time, considering he was just yanking our chains anyway.

    And then I started listening to what he was saying. Over the course of a week or two, I realized he was the only person standing for the office who was clearly speaking the language I’ve been dying to hear from an American leader since Reagan’s days.

    My skepticism weakened as I delved more and more into who this man is, and what he’s actually about. I think by week three, I’d come to realize that there was something utterly unique about the man, his prescription for fixing the country, his unassailable positioning in the party, and his dauntless spirit.

    When it became clear to me that he’s the only person in the race that can’t be bought or owned by special interests, or the establishment machine, I knew I had to park what skepticism I had left, and really think this thing through.

    In the time since then, I’ve watched the man carefully, and have made mental notes as to what he’s proposing, as well as how he’s dealing with all of the opposition against him. I’ve got to say, I’m mighty impressed. I honestly haven’t seen a campaign like his in all my life. It’s damn refreshing to see him say the very same things that have been repeated ad nauseum on this site for years. He’s speaking to Americans like no politician on either side has for decades, now.

    And you know what? I believe him when he says he wants to make this country great again. Apparently, so do a lot of other Americans. So many, in fact, that he’s maintained a commanding lead in the polls throughout his time in the race. If he doesn’t commit some unforgivable error in the next six months, he’s going to be the Republican nominee.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/03/2015 10:45:43 PM PDT · 57 of 61
    Windflier to Starstruck
    we've already tried RINO at the top and conservative at VP without success. It's time to flip that.

    I can't disagree with that, but I don't buy your premise that Trump is the 'RINO' in our hypothetical match-up between him and Cruz.

    No one who's followed Trump over the last seven years, or has read any of his books, could reasonably come to the conclusion that he's a RINO by any stretch. In addition, there's his entire performance over the last five months of this primary to judge him by. Using that metric alone, there's no way any intelligent person could conclude that he's a Republican In Name Only.

    I will accept that Trump doesn't meet your personal purity standards for what you want in a conservative presidential nominee, but where reality's concerned, he's plenty conservative enough for the job at hand. That's been borne out in his many comments, speeches, and position papers this summer.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/03/2015 9:36:06 AM PDT · 55 of 61
    Windflier to Starstruck
    Cruz would never be able to get Trump to be #2 even though it would be a winning ticket.

    In what world would that be a winning ticket? Cruz has consistently polled in the middle of the pack, despite his excellent conservative bona fides. Ideologically, he's precisely what we Freepers want to see in a president, but he falls short of what most Americans on the right, need and want in a president at this time.

    That would be an established outsider like Trump, who also has the command presence and the requisite type of platform to garner a plurality in this primary.

    Without Trump in the race, Cruz stands no chance of being part of the Executive branch in 2016. The Republican party establishment would have been able to manipulate their chosen RINO into the nomination, were it not for the entry of Donald Trump.

  • Karl Rove: Boehner’s Conservative Legacy. Speaker has achieved far more than his GOP critics have

    10/02/2015 7:01:13 PM PDT · 66 of 66
    Windflier to 1010RD
    Now we have the chance to hold on for a generation in Congress. That’s where real incremental change is happening. Step by step and in a constitutional republic that’s the only way.

    We don't have another generation to fix what's ailing America. Slow and steady incrementalism from the left, got us to where we are today, over a period of a hundred years. Now that we're at the precipice they've brought us to, only a rapid, violent shift of gears, will keep us from going off that cliff.

    The standard model of our country's political system is too slow and cumbersome to effect the sort of corrections we need, in the time available to save us. At least that's how it appears to me.

    If we get a president in office who's committed to undoing what liberals have built, and if he's got a Congress who will fully back him up, perhaps the job could be done in time. I have my doubts. We're so far removed from the brilliant and workable systems of the Framers, I feel it would take a lifetime to restore this nation incrementally. It's time we just don't have.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/02/2015 6:48:11 PM PDT · 53 of 61
    Windflier to Optimus Maximus
    Trump may not be a true-blue conservative, but he’s conservative enough for most of us, and we BELIEVE he will build the wall and stop the anchor baby magnet.

    Nothing else really matters for conservatives, because without the accomplishment of those two things, this country will NEVER elect a constitutional conservative as President again. We simply will not have the votes.

    Above all else, that is the inescapable calculus that has caused me to line up behind Trump this go-round. If we get this election wrong, we'll be left with only a few other options to remedy the situation - none of which any of us will like.

    I truly feel that this is our very last opportunity to work within the system left to us by the Framers.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/02/2015 6:43:35 PM PDT · 52 of 61
    Windflier to lentulusgracchus
    Too early to rule anyone out. Windflier and other Trump promoters need to try again in, say, January or February, when we've seen the early primaries.

    Well, I'm not really a Trump promoter. I've only commented about him and the presidential race here and there since this all started. Mostly, I'm in lurk mode these days.

    As for ruling any candidate out, it's sort of what we do around here. Conjecture, pondering, forecasting, analysis - it's all good.

    I'm just sitting in my little Ivory Tower like everyone else, sharing my take on what I see developing. I've been wrong about these sorts of horse races before, and I'll probably be wrong again, but I can't help seeing what I'm seeing.

    Just calling it as I see it, friend.

  • (September) South Carolina Polling Results (Trump 29 Carson 16 Fiorino 11 Cruz 8 Bush 6)

    10/02/2015 6:34:50 PM PDT · 61 of 66
    Windflier to stephenjohnbanker
    great piece of writing. It explained in detail, albeit more eloquently , what I was thinking.

    Thanks Steve. Much appreciated.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/02/2015 6:29:53 PM PDT · 51 of 61
    Windflier to Impy
    As to electibity, we're still in a pre-season. I ain't so certain that Trump's style is oh so electable and that Cruz's is not.

    Not sure what you mean by "style", but it's a fact that more people want what Trump is selling, than want what Cruz is selling. Polls are consistently showing that to be the case.

    I think that voters are examining both men, and are determining that Trump is more what we need in a president this time around.

    I agree that we're still a long way out from the first primary vote, but we're not that far out. Things are tightening up by the week, and clear patterns are emerging that provide some predictive value as to where the race is headed.

    As of now, all those predictive values point to Trump winning the nomination. We've seen clear front runners fade before, but I'm not so sure that will happen in this particular race, given the unique socio-political circumstances of our nation at this time.

    We'll see what we see. Good talking with you.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/01/2015 10:17:50 PM PDT · 29 of 61
    Windflier to Impy
    I think Cruz being suggested as a second banana for a reality tv star is the real insult.

    Check it out.....Ted Cruz was my first choice for prez in 2016, and he's the ONLY candidate I've ever donated money to.

    That said, I had to separate my emotional attachment to him from my intellectual processes, to come to the place where I am now.

    Frankly, we're facing something bigger than ideological purity right now. Under 'normal' circumstances, Cruz is the obvious choice, but the country is facing a crisis of existential proportions in this race.

    If a Dem or a RINO is elected, the country's gone forever. They'll import and and rubber stamp so many millions of illegals, that a true conservative will never be elected again in this country. Ever. Heck, we'll probably never even see a RINO elected president again, it'll be that concrete of an electoral lock for the Dems.

    The Uniparty is all in on this -- both sides. The red side of that party has gone full-tilt traitor to the people, and now has more allegiance to the U.S. Chamber of Crony Commerce, than it does to the Constitution or the people. They WANT "Hope & Change", because it's good for their bottom line - future of the country and the culture be damned.

    Stop and look at Ted's numbers over the last three months. Turn off the emotional and turn on the intellectual. Examine his performance with the cold eye of a true conservative, and what do you see? You see a guy who's performing fair to middling at best, despite his exemplary qualifications.

    Now, what does that tell you about the state of our world, and the dire situation we're actually in?

    It tells you that millions of minds have processed all the available data, and have simultaneously come to the conclusion that we need a different kind of individual in the White House for the next four to eight years.

    Someone who others will follow, as they put their boot up the ass of those who are destroying this country. Someone who already possesses the sort of command presence that the enemies of the republic fear and loathe. Someone who will begin tearing down the commie lib constructs from Day One in office.

    My friend, the people have already deduced that that person is Donald Trump, and I agree.

  • Chris Harper Mercer Photos: Pictures of Umpqua Shooter

    10/01/2015 9:54:46 PM PDT · 42 of 45
    Windflier to Jack Hammer
    Yes, you can find them if you hunt around. If you check the media reports, it’s as if he’s invisible.

    Don't know what you're talkin about. His pic is plastered all over the web tonight, and on every major website.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/01/2015 9:53:20 PM PDT · 24 of 61
    Windflier to Starstruck
    Cruz would never be able to get Trump to be #2 even though it would be a winning ticket.

    What color is the sky in your universe? That ticket will never happen, and for good reason.

    Trump (love him or hate him) is on the level of a Patton. The man has what's called 'command presence', which comes across to one and all.

    He's never going to be anyone's #2 at this stage of his life, and at this moment in history. He'll go back to building skyscrapers before stooping to the VP level.

    Cruz, on the other hand, will be VP, or he'll have to find some other position in a Trump administration. There is no path forward for him to win the nomination at this time. Perhaps in future, after the American public has become comfortable with him as VP for eight years, but not now. The polling numbers consistently show this to be the truth.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/01/2015 9:44:16 PM PDT · 23 of 61
    Windflier to GGpaX4DumpedTea
    Trump is the only candidate who can win in a landslide on the GOP side. And yes, Cruz is the right choice for VP on that ticket.

    What some folks on our side don't get is, if you take Trump out of the equation, Cruz gets demolished by the establishment GOP machine.

    Much as we bitter clingers love him, he doesn't yet have the kind of political weight, momentum, and inertia it takes to defeat the institutionalized gubmint cabal.

    Cripes - he's only 44. My baby sis, who's ten years my junior, is eight years older than he is! The man has a long future ahead of him in Washington, and will have many other opportunities to vie for the top job.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/01/2015 9:37:30 PM PDT · 22 of 61
    Windflier to Impy

    You might just as well post, Cruz/GOPe Toady.

    Same difference, and a terrible insult to Ted.

  • The Ideal GOP Ticket? What Some Canadians Think

    10/01/2015 9:34:31 PM PDT · 21 of 61
    Windflier to PingPongChampion
    Trump alone can appeal to Democrat voters to beat Hillary Clinton. Recent polls have shown Trump appealing to voters of all stripes.

    True dat, but I think having Cruz as a running mate will hurt him with crossover Dems. The left absolutely hates Cruz with a burning passion (for reasons best left to God or Einstein).

    Still, I think Trump/Cruz is the best possible combination of those standing for the office at this time, though Cruz might serve better as AG, Senate Majority Leader, or Supreme Court Justice.

  • Chris Harper Mercer Photos: Pictures of Umpqua Shooter

    10/01/2015 9:27:48 PM PDT · 36 of 45
    Windflier to ez
    "Media and Gubmit had to clean up his profiles before releasing his name."

    That's why it took all day to release the name.


  • Chris Harper Mercer Photos: Pictures of Umpqua Shooter

    10/01/2015 9:25:38 PM PDT · 35 of 45
    Windflier to Jack Hammer
    Good luck finding photos of the shooter

    Not really. They've already gone viral across the globe.

  • Chris Harper Mercer Photos: Pictures of Umpqua Shooter

    10/01/2015 9:24:11 PM PDT · 34 of 45
    Windflier to cricket

    Bet on it.


    10/01/2015 9:21:17 PM PDT · 29 of 44
    Windflier to Mastador1
    I can’t wait until this A-hole is gone and a God fearing, Patriotic American resides in the White House.

    Amen to that. Only 403 days until our collective nightmare is over.


    10/01/2015 9:19:04 PM PDT · 28 of 44
    Windflier to TigerClaws
    We are on the wrong side of history at this point. We’re now siding in the middle east with ISIS / Iran / and other extremists against Israel.

    It's Obama and his ilk who are on the wrong side of history. No "we" about it. I'd bet you dollars to donuts that the majority of American citizens are still foursquare allies of the Israeli people and their government.

    Trump/Cruz 2016 will bring the American government back into political alignment with our Israeli friends.


    10/01/2015 9:15:24 PM PDT · 27 of 44
    Windflier to MarvinStinson

    Ohomo is such a sniveling little punk. Too bad he didn’t grow up in Compton, CA. His ass would have been kicked hard enough to knock him down a few pegs for life.

    We didn’t suffer queer boys like him, back in the day.

  • Karl Rove: Boehner’s Conservative Legacy. Speaker has achieved far more than his GOP critics have

    10/01/2015 9:05:46 PM PDT · 64 of 66
    Windflier to 1010RD
    Torched the house? We own the House and the Senate. Let’s talk after a new GOP POTUS is in. I want much more than we’ve gotten, but no FReeper has shown the way to do that in a realistic, achievable way. It’s ignorant to not recognize what’s good. We’re winning. Stop ignoring that.

    I can't figure out a nice way to say this, so I'm just going to say it.

    You're either woefully ignorant of the cultural/social wave that's battering the political establishment, or you're a kept member of that cabal.


    If you mean political races, yes, the GOP has racked up quite an impressive win/loss ratio over the last couple of elections, due to the base turning out in droves to unelect Democrats.

    We've helped a lot of Republicans come to office, but what exactly have the people 'won' for their efforts on the national level? The lousy GOPe has done a great job of tidying up the quarters of their congressional houses, but what about the real fight they were sent to Washington to wage on our behalf?

    Have they stopped Obama in any appreciable, measurable way? No, they have not, and to insinuate that they've done a damn thing to move the ball downfield, is straight up lying. The congressional Repukes have given up yardage to Obama on every single critical play. It's been one touchdown after another for the Muslim Marxist, and you know it.

    I couldn't give a rat's ass about winning seats, if it doesn't translate into honest gains for freedom and liberty.

    And people wonder why an insurgent candidate like Trump is eating the GOPe's lunch.

  • (September) South Carolina Polling Results (Trump 29 Carson 16 Fiorino 11 Cruz 8 Bush 6)

    10/01/2015 8:53:08 PM PDT · 53 of 66
    Windflier to SMM48
    I’m worried the RNC is going to change some rule or pull some other crap. They want Yeb and I see them pulling every trick in the book to make it happen.

    The RNC is already doing that, but it won't help unless every other candidate drops out. That is realistically Jeb's only path to the nomination.

  • (September) South Carolina Polling Results (Trump 29 Carson 16 Fiorino 11 Cruz 8 Bush 6)

    10/01/2015 8:51:15 PM PDT · 52 of 66
    Windflier to JediJones
    You can just feel the lack of support for Bush whenever Trump bashes him.

    You can also see it in Jeb's rally attendance figures (if you can even call 'em that). He routinely draws 'crowds' of a couple dozen to nearly a hundred.

    I'm sorry, but that sort of turn-out wouldn't even peg the bored-o-meter if his name wasn't Bush. Quite frankly, the guy's entire candidacy is completely manufactured. The voting base has practically zero interest in him.

  • (September) South Carolina Polling Results (Trump 29 Carson 16 Fiorino 11 Cruz 8 Bush 6)

    10/01/2015 8:46:41 PM PDT · 50 of 66
    Windflier to stephenjohnbanker
    History has been turned on it’s head. The two frontrunners have never held political office.

    I should'a pinged ya to my post #49. I just ran down that exact line of thinking.


  • What To Do With 78RPM Records?

    10/01/2015 8:44:35 PM PDT · 87 of 96
    Windflier to Shady
    USB turntables are very reasonable. Best way to convert.

    Thanks for the tip, friend!

  • (September) South Carolina Polling Results (Trump 29 Carson 16 Fiorino 11 Cruz 8 Bush 6)

    10/01/2015 8:43:41 PM PDT · 49 of 66
    Windflier to jjotto
    The history of most modern presidential elections (with no incumbent) is that the early front-runners considered inevitable almost never make it.

    Quite true, but there's been a sea change in American politics and the electorate in the last decade. The American populace is like a vast dry prairie, just waiting for the right spark to set off a conflagration that will wipe everything clean.

    Already, Trump's performance in this race is turning 'conventional wisdom' on its head, and he's stymieing the best minds in the business. So far, he's broken just about every established rule of presidential politics, and has not only gotten away with it each time, he's actually grown stronger.

    This election is unlike any we've seen in our lifetimes. The only way to understand it, is to throw out the well-worn textbooks, and apply logic and reason to it. Therein lie the answers.

  • Karl Rove: Boehner’s Conservative Legacy. Speaker has achieved far more than his GOP critics have

    10/01/2015 3:31:09 PM PDT · 45 of 66
    Windflier to 1010RD

    As another poster wryly noted, who cares if he washed the dishes before he torched the house?

  • What To Do With 78RPM Records?

    10/01/2015 3:24:33 PM PDT · 41 of 96
    Windflier to Shady
    Lots of collectors and with modern software they can clean up surface noise etc...

    I'd love to have that done to some of my old LPs. A few of them aren't available in CD or any digital format.

  • (September) South Carolina Polling Results (Trump 29 Carson 16 Fiorino 11 Cruz 8 Bush 6)

    10/01/2015 3:22:39 PM PDT · 16 of 66
    Windflier to SMM48
    Some how, some way, the RNC/GOPe is going to maneuver his sorry ass into the nomination. I hope I'm wrong.

    That scenario is becoming less and less likely, given Jeb's precipitous slide in the polls. If his downward trend continues at the current rate (and there's no evidence to show that it won't), he won't even be in the race, come February.

    We've got four long months to go until the first primary vote. Do you really believe he'll magically bounce back between now and then? I don't think it's even remotely possible. There's simply no grass roots support for his candidacy. Never has been.

  • Karl Rove: Boehner’s Conservative Legacy. Speaker has achieved far more than his GOP critics have

    10/01/2015 3:13:13 PM PDT · 36 of 66
    Windflier to 1010RD
    Let’s not ignore the good he’s done.

    Pardon me if I haven't been watching Boehner over the twenty five years he's been in Congress, but what GOOD has he ever done?

  • Karl Rove: Boehner’s Conservative Legacy. Speaker has achieved far more than his GOP critics have

    10/01/2015 3:06:55 PM PDT · 33 of 66
    Windflier to SeekAndFind

    The U.S Chamber of Commerce is reportedly gearing up to spend $100 million dollars to bury the Tea Party and the rebellious right. I wonder what Karl’s share of that will be?

  • (September) South Carolina Polling Results (Trump 29 Carson 16 Fiorino 11 Cruz 8 Bush 6)

    10/01/2015 3:01:23 PM PDT · 9 of 66
    Windflier to I Hired Craig Livingstone

    Looks like the Joyous Turtle is falling further and further behind in the race. But his ‘friends’ have assured him that he’s got the nomination in the bag anyway.

    I swear, Jeb is the densest, most ignorant man I have ever seen run for president.

  • What To Do With 78RPM Records?

    10/01/2015 2:49:14 PM PDT · 7 of 96
    Windflier to originalbuckeye

    Put an ad up on Craigslist. You’ll get a ton of responses from 78 lovers.

  • Shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore.

    10/01/2015 2:47:02 PM PDT · 567 of 917
    Windflier to Norm Lenhart
    It’s pretty hard to deny the reality of it.

    Actually, it's impossible, but never let it be said that something as minor as Stark Reality ever got in the way of liberals' delusions of rightness.

  • US Delegates Refuse to Applaud Netanyahu at UN – Kerry and US Ambassador Power Skip Speech (VIDEO)

    10/01/2015 2:44:09 PM PDT · 23 of 32
    Windflier to blueyon

    Yuck Fou, John Kerry.

  • Shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore.

    10/01/2015 2:36:31 PM PDT · 552 of 917
    Windflier to Norm Lenhart

    Saw your vanity post on liberalism, Norm, and agree with every word of it.

  • The conservative poll Donald Trump could not win

    10/01/2015 10:06:39 AM PDT · 181 of 181
    Windflier to NFHale

    I love reading the threads at Conservative Treehouse. It has nearly the same flavor as FR. They even call themselves ‘Treepers’.

  • The conservative poll Donald Trump could not win

    09/30/2015 8:25:04 AM PDT · 179 of 181
    Windflier to NFHale

    New tagline (courtesy of Tyrannocankles at Conservative Treehouse)

    “The pitchforks and torches ripen on the vine. Left too long, they become black rifles.”

  • The conservative poll Donald Trump could not win

    09/28/2015 10:44:49 PM PDT · 170 of 181
    Windflier to NFHale; DoughtyOne
    They’re really nervous about The Donald, ain’t they? :^)

    True, dat. Freeper Doughty One put it very well in a post earlier today (wish I'd bookmarked it).

    In essence, he said that, those in our camp who are resisting the Trump surge, are actually fighting against the very things that they themselves have been wishing and praying for, for years and years now - basically, the rise of one individual who's not beholden to the establishment or special interests, and who's ready willing and able to dive into the belly of the beast and lay siege to all of the leftist constructs and players who've been dismantling our country.

    Hell no, Trump isn't 'perfect' by any means, but he loves this country, he has the will and determination to get it back on track, he wants to dismantle or destroy much of what's killing us, and he isn't afraid to take the enemies of America (both foreign and domestic) to the mat.

    For the life of me, I can't see any other candidate who's got the stones he has, or is even addressing the most pressing issues of our time the way he's doing.

    Unless he goes full retard before November 2016, he's got my vote. Damn straight, he does.

  • GOP Chairman: Mitch McConnell ‘Needs to Resign’

    09/28/2015 10:33:12 PM PDT · 153 of 163
    Windflier to Norm Lenhart; DoughtyOne
    Well prove one thing I said incorrect. I’m still waiting for you to make me look as stupid as you claim.

    I'd never call you stupid, Norm, but I do think you're missing the forest for the trees, as regards the Trump phenomenon.

  • Inside Jeb Bush's campaign headquarters, where push is on for long haul

    09/28/2015 10:17:59 AM PDT · 41 of 41
    Windflier to COBOL2Java
    rallies vs rally's


  • Tom Brady-Trump Post? And Our Nation Is Burning? Troll?

    09/26/2015 3:57:05 PM PDT · 22 of 43
    Windflier to Be Careful

    What’s the frequency, Kenneth?

  • Inside Jeb Bush's campaign headquarters, where push is on for long haul

    09/26/2015 3:31:24 PM PDT · 27 of 41
    Windflier to Oldexpat
    his rally’s


  • The conservative poll Donald Trump could not win

    09/26/2015 3:23:54 PM PDT · 6 of 181
    Windflier to VinL

    CBS, in breathless desperation.

    “Oooh look! A chink in Trump’s armor! We’ve got him now!”

  • Bombshell: ‘Washington Post’ Confirms Hillary Clinton Started the Birther Movement

    09/26/2015 3:19:36 PM PDT · 33 of 45
    Windflier to Brad from Tennessee
    "...false rumors..."

    That's an establishment meme that has not been proven, Mr. Nolte. Shame on you for regurgitating it on

  • Poll: Almost half say feds are an 'immediate threat'

    09/21/2015 8:07:28 PM PDT · 35 of 51
    Windflier to appalachian_dweller
    I’ve heard that 30% are ready to take up arms.

    I'll bet that's merely the percentage who will admit it. It's probably higher than that.

  • Lindsey Graham demands Ben Carson apologize to Muslims

    09/21/2015 8:01:01 PM PDT · 25 of 90
    Windflier to MadMax, the Grinning Reaper
    Graham should apologize to America for being such an asshole and political disgrace.

    Indeed he should. Has Linda ever once demanded that homobama apologize to the nation for bringing us to our knees?

  • Lindsey Graham demands Ben Carson apologize to Muslims

    09/21/2015 7:55:49 PM PDT · 19 of 90
    Windflier to E. Pluribus Unum

    I can just picture Linda clutching his pearls while his mascara runs down his cheeks.

    This pathetic excuse for an American needs to shut it and drop out of the race. She’s wasting valuable attention that’s needed elsewhere.

  • Home teriyaki recipe

    09/20/2015 2:32:20 PM PDT · 19 of 42
    Windflier to Mariner

    Thanks, Mariner! My wife was just talking about finding a recipe for home made teriyaki, yesterday.

  • Do you trust the Gravis Marketing poll which had Trump at 30.8% in July, 40% in August & now at 22%?

    09/20/2015 1:13:33 PM PDT · 51 of 94
    Windflier to Laissez-faire capitalist
    No flaming others on this thread. Thanks.

    Yes, I'm sure you'd like very much for us Freepers to sit quiet while you systematically abuse JimRob's website to tear down the front-running, outsider, Republican candidate for president.

    Just like the libs, the muzzies, the leftmedia, and the GOP-e -- you want us silenced.

    Ain't gonna happen, troll.