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Posts by woofie

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  • OPUS AND OUT

    03/05/2016 1:29:50 PM PST · 1 of 98
    woofie
  • The Mister Big of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy Explains What's Going On:

    02/17/2016 10:04:21 AM PST · 34 of 35
    woofie to dr_lew

    All you have is a vote, one little vote. You can vote for Trump or Cruz or Tinkerbell, and it won’t make any discernible difference ... so just shut up and VOTE!

    gee aren’t you helpful. I have been doing that my whole life.
    The people I was responding to were telling us that a Trumpian revolution is taking place ...Do you buy that?....
    If you do I would say you too are believing in Tinkerbell

  • Your first post to Free Republic. Copy and paste here.

    02/16/2016 11:46:40 PM PST · 30 of 112
    woofie to adaven

    Not the first post, but the first there is a record of:

    AL GORE QUOTES
    August 1, 1999 at 11:15:56 AM MDT · by woofie
    Various news sources
    don’t forget about these from our (Current) VP, Al Gore: “If we don’t succeed, we run the risk of failure.” “Democrats understand the importance of bondage between a mother and child.” “I believe we are on an irreversible trend toward more freedom and democracy - but that could change.” 5/22/98 “One word sums up probably the responsibility of any vice president, and that one word is ‘to be prepared’.” 12/6/93 “Verbosity leads to unclear, inarticulate things.” 11/30/96 “The future will be better tomorrow.” “People that are really very weird can get into sensitive positions and have a tremendous impact ...

  • The Mister Big of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy Explains What's Going On:

    02/16/2016 10:38:15 PM PST · 18 of 35
    woofie to WildHighlander57; Windflier; heights

    I did screw up

    that post (# 13) was meant for Windflier and Heights and not WildHighlander57

  • The Mister Big of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy Explains What's Going On:

    02/16/2016 10:20:32 PM PST · 13 of 35
    woofie to WildHighlander57; heights

    A Revolution is happening and he considers Rubio a viable candidate. Rush is so 1995 its laughable.

    >>>>>>>>>>

    Just what makes you think a revolution is happening ?

    You are doing the worst kind of lying and that is lying to yourself

    The Obama Brigade did the exact same thing not that long ago

    For you to get through the day you have to dismiss God knows how many voices like Rush’s which aren’t fully in sync with the magic of Trump world....

    Its as if only you and Trump have the some special knowledge

    Not unlike with, Tinkerbell if you just believe hard enough in Trump, you can keep him and your imaginary revolution alive...... but eventually the sheer effort it takes will drain you and the revolution and Trump will fade

    One last thing ....if revolution was really happening you wouldn’t be waking up every morning to yet another voice that questions your judgment

  • Trump Schedules Competing MSNBC Town Hall Opposite Cruz, Rubio CNN Town Hall

    02/16/2016 4:40:56 PM PST · 128 of 150
    woofie to dlt

    no I don’t

  • Dick Cheney Responds To Donald Trump ‘He sounds like a liberal Democrat’ (video)

    02/16/2016 11:28:00 AM PST · 69 of 167
    woofie to napscoordinator

    Is there anyone anywhere other than Trump or those who favor Trump that you respect ?

  • Trump on George W. Bush: 'Ask Yourself Why He Went Silent All These Years'

    02/16/2016 9:19:29 AM PST · 110 of 129
    woofie to rlmorel

    It is not exactly true that Bush and others in his administration did not defend himself. There was plenty said on all sides. The problem is Bush told the truth and a lot of Americans did not want to hear it or believe it. We were, we are, we will be, in for a long, long war.An ideological war.

    People don’t want to face that. Obama smiles and announces the war is over.....easy peasy. but not true. That is what way too many people (including Trump and his followers) want to believe. Or they want to believe something that is equally easy but untrue...Bush lied , people died”
    Even before Bush took office we were at war ....or rather war was declared on us.
    Everyone put blinders on. 9/11 was just one of many acts of war perpetrated on the west, the U S and its people. The thing Bush did was face the music and call it what it was. He also did something that people also don’t like.
    He fought.

    He fought, not the easy way that Trump does, with his mouth. He committed us to war. And once again people don’t like it because war is not a simple linear walk from point A to point B ..it is messy and full of pitfalls and it takes courage and fortitude. But like it or not Bush and the military fought, made changes in strategy and did what needed to be done. And in doing that he kept America safe.

    Then as so often happens with the human condition. Way too many people put the blinders right back on.... where they remain. Trump may win and people may cheer just as Obama did win and people did cheer..... but he will continue to be wrong about so much.
    And like Obama I don’t see that he will learn on the job. He is awfully fond of his blinders

  • Trump on George W. Bush: 'Ask Yourself Why He Went Silent All These Years'

    02/16/2016 7:00:58 AM PST · 101 of 129
    woofie to rlmorel

    exactly

    Once again Trump shows himself the a$$hole we don’t need

  • Jeb hit between eyes with sensational allegations

    02/15/2016 8:49:36 PM PST · 16 of 113
    woofie to BlackFemaleArmyCaptain

    Trump’s Man of Sleaze...R Stone

    so Im sure this is gonna be a major story ....not

  • Trumpism and Reaganism

    02/15/2016 6:59:39 PM PST · 37 of 51
    woofie to Hojczyk

    ROGER STONE /

    It seems like I heard that name before

  • DONALD J. TRUMP RESPONDS TO THE LIES OF SENATOR CRUZ AND WARNS OF LEGAL ACTION

    02/15/2016 12:40:11 PM PST · 231 of 628
    woofie to usafa92

    Threatening to sue in a Primary Election does not seem like sticking up for oneself Instead it fits a pattern that an awful lot of people seems “out there”

  • Code Pink praises Donald Trump after debate

    02/15/2016 10:19:47 AM PST · 172 of 223
    woofie to Psalm 73

    he can make it a pink wall and everyone will be happy

  • Has FreeRepublic Jumped The Shark With Trump?

    02/14/2016 10:58:13 PM PST · 160 of 622
    woofie to DesertRhino

    A nice shiny new wall on our southern border (as if it will ever happen) and everything else going to hell.....I can’t wait.

  • Has FreeRepublic Jumped The Shark With Trump?

    02/14/2016 10:53:48 PM PST · 151 of 622
    woofie to OneVike

    Trump people almost scare me more than Trump....Did Obama put something in the water?

  • What some voters thought of Ronald Reagan in 1980 (Vintage Carter Attack Ad)

    02/14/2016 10:49:48 PM PST · 39 of 42
    woofie to wardaddy

    Do you know how to read or are you just too lazy?

  • What some voters thought of Ronald Reagan in 1980 (Vintage Carter Attack Ad)

    02/14/2016 10:26:27 PM PST · 37 of 42
    woofie to wardaddy

    http://www.moneytalksnews.com/why-youre-probably-better-investing-than-donald-trump/

    here is another bit of the story:

    Trump eventually found himself in serious financial trouble. In 1990, due to excessive leveraging, The Trump Organization revealed that it was $5 billion in debt ($8.8 billion by some estimates), with $1 billion personally guaranteed by Trump himself. The survival of the company was made possible only by a bailout pact agreed upon in August of that same year by some 70 banks, allowing Trump to defer on nearly $1 billion in debt, as well as to take out second and third mortgages on almost all of his properties. If it were not for the collective effort of all banks and parties involved in that 1990 deal, Trump’s business would have gone bankrupt and failed.

    Check out Trump and ANC....that will warm your heart

  • What some voters thought of Ronald Reagan in 1980 (Vintage Carter Attack Ad)

    02/14/2016 10:13:37 PM PST · 36 of 42
    woofie to wardaddy

    Do yourself a favor and do bit more research

    I’ll help you if you can’t manage it

  • Can Ted Cruz Beat Donald Trump on Conservative Principles?

    02/14/2016 10:11:40 PM PST · 87 of 114
    woofie to BobL

    here is what you do ...dont vote for Cruz and I will not vote for Trump....good luck

  • What some voters thought of Ronald Reagan in 1980 (Vintage Carter Attack Ad)

    02/14/2016 8:58:04 PM PST · 30 of 42
    woofie to SamAdams76

    Reagan had a record as a Governor of one of the largest states in the union

    Trump has a very uneven record as a businessman

    the similarities actually stop there (before they ever got started)

  • Can Ted Cruz Beat Donald Trump on Conservative Principles?

    02/14/2016 8:53:28 PM PST · 75 of 114
    woofie to BobL

    Number 1: I do not trust the man at all
    Number 2 He is exceedingly vague about what he plans to do.
    Number 3 Anybody can say anything about what they want to do and it means nothing
    Number 4 He has no record of any sort in government
    Number 5 The only record he has is a record of statements he has made in the past which are all over the map.

  • Can Ted Cruz Beat Donald Trump on Conservative Principles?

    02/14/2016 8:15:47 PM PST · 58 of 114
    woofie to BobL

    GET THINGS DONE

    what are you going to do when the things Trump gets done are not the things you want done?

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 4:06:58 PM PST · 101 of 164
    woofie to RC one

    See how far that gets ya

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 4:04:39 PM PST · 99 of 164
    woofie to Homer1

    Guess who else didn’t know?

    If we fail to respond today, Saddam and all those who would follow in his footsteps will be emboldened tomorrow by the knowledge that they can act with impunity, even in the face of a clear message from the United Nations Security Council and clear evidence of a weapons of mass destruction program.

    But if we act as one, we can safeguard our interests and send a clear message to every would-be tyrant and terrorist that the international community does have the wisdom and the will and the way to protect peace and security in a new era. That is the future I ask you all to imagine. That is the future I ask our allies to imagine.
    ________________

    President Bill Clinton 1998

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 3:59:04 PM PST · 93 of 164
    woofie to RC one

    Im glad I don’t know you

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 3:36:22 PM PST · 70 of 164
    woofie to RC one

    So if Bush “Failed to keep us safe “ do you know what that means ?
    It means that the had info and did not act on it (a failure) which also means other Americans had knowledge of it and failed to act on it.

    So in short it is not failure you are talking about but it in essence says Bush is a traitor and a murderer of 3000 Americans (as well as all the others who knew about it but failed to do anything

    Do you still want to stand by Mr Trump’s assertians?

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 3:23:49 PM PST · 50 of 164
    woofie to VerySadAmerican

    Very Sad indeed

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 3:21:20 PM PST · 46 of 164
    woofie to patq

    I can’t wait till he tells us that metal doesn’t bend when its hot
    And that if you look close at the tapes you can see that the airplane wasn’t real

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 3:18:50 PM PST · 45 of 164
    woofie to RC one

    There must be a thought in there somewhere

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 3:17:26 PM PST · 39 of 164
    woofie to dynoman

    TRUMP CAN SAVE US!!!!

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 3:14:43 PM PST · 32 of 164
    woofie to dynoman

    Why else would the mighty Trump back away from what he truly believes?

  • Trump walks back attack on George Bush

    02/14/2016 3:09:46 PM PST · 24 of 164
    woofie to 2ndDivisionVet

    He is deathly afraid of Jeb

  • If I Had A Time Machine (vanity)

    02/14/2016 2:05:35 PM PST · 51 of 90
    woofie to PIF

    In the movie The Best Years of Our Lives there is a scene where a fight breaks out between a returned WW2 GI and a customer in a drug store who tells him he wasted his time fighting in the war.

    There have always been a bunch that conclude any war is a mistake.....
    Even when there is such clarity as in WW!!

  • Why Donald Trump's vicious attack on George W. Bush was so brutally effective — and brilliant

    02/14/2016 1:54:06 PM PST · 108 of 147
    woofie to dfwgator

    How many excuses can you come up with?
    Im betting on well over a thousand

  • If I Had A Time Machine (vanity)

    02/14/2016 1:49:23 PM PST · 39 of 90
    woofie to Eric Pode of Croydon

    Here is what President GW Bush said after 9/11:

    If we fail to respond today, Saddam and all those who would follow in his footsteps will be emboldened tomorrow by the knowledge that they can act with impunity, even in the face of a clear message from the United Nations Security Council and clear evidence of a weapons of mass destruction program.

    But if we act as one, we can safeguard our interests and send a clear message to every would-be tyrant and terrorist that the international community does have the wisdom and the will and the way to protect peace and security in a new era. That is the future I ask you all to imagine. That is the future I ask our allies to imagine.
    ________________

    Whoops Im sorry ....that is what President Bill Clinton said in 1998

  • Trump Goes Code Pink on George W. Bush

    02/14/2016 11:26:43 AM PST · 143 of 201
    woofie to freedomjusticeruleoflaw

    Now, let’s imagine the future. What if he fails to comply, and we fail to act, or we take some ambiguous third route which gives him yet more opportunities to develop this program of weapons of mass destruction and continue to press for the release of the sanctions and continue to ignore the solemn commitments that he made?

    Well, he will conclude that the international community has lost its will. He will then conclude that he can go right on and do more to rebuild an arsenal of devastating destruction.

    And some day, some way, I guarantee you, he’ll use the arsenal. And I think every one of you who’s really worked on this for any length of time believes that, too.

    >>>>>

    from the speech in #139

  • Trump Goes Code Pink on George W. Bush

    02/14/2016 11:18:36 AM PST · 139 of 201
    woofie to Enlightened1

    I want the American people to understand first the past how did this crisis come about?

    And I want them to understand what we must do to protect the national interest, and indeed the interest of all freedom-loving people in the world.

    Remember, as a condition of the cease-fire after the Gulf War, the United Nations demanded not the United States the United Nations demanded, and Saddam Hussein agreed to declare within 15 days this is way back in 1991 within 15 days his nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and the missiles to deliver them, to make a total declaration. That’s what he promised to do.

    The United Nations set up a special commission of highly trained international experts called UNSCOM, to make sure that Iraq made good on that commitment. We had every good reason to insist that Iraq disarm. Saddam had built up a terrible arsenal, and he had used it not once, but many times, in a decade-long war with Iran, he used chemical weapons, against combatants, against civilians, against a foreign adversary, and even against his own people.

    And during the Gulf War, Saddam launched Scuds against Saudi Arabia, Israel and Bahrain.

    Now, instead of playing by the very rules he agreed to at the end of the Gulf War, Saddam has spent the better part of the past decade trying to cheat on this solemn commitment. Consider just some of the facts:

    Iraq repeatedly made false declarations about the weapons that it had left in its possession after the Gulf War. When UNSCOM would then uncover evidence that gave lie to those declarations, Iraq would simply amend the reports.

    For example, Iraq revised its nuclear declarations four times within just 14 months and it has submitted six different biological warfare declarations, each of which has been rejected by UNSCOM.

    In 1995, Hussein Kamal, Saddam’s son-in-law, and the chief organizer of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction program, defected to Jordan. He revealed that Iraq was continuing to conceal weapons and missiles and the capacity to build many more.

    Then and only then did Iraq admit to developing numbers of weapons in significant quantities and weapon stocks. Previously, it had vehemently denied the very thing it just simply admitted once Saddam Hussein’s son-in-law defected to Jordan and told the truth. Now listen to this, what did it admit?

    It admitted, among other things, an offensive biological warfare capability notably 5,000 gallons of botulinum, which causes botulism; 2,000 gallons of anthrax; 25 biological-filled Scud warheads; and 157 aerial bombs.

    And I might say UNSCOM inspectors believe that Iraq has actually greatly understated its production.

    As if we needed further confirmation, you all know what happened to his son-in-law when he made the untimely decision to go back to Iraq.

    Next, throughout this entire process, Iraqi agents have undermined and undercut UNSCOM. They’ve harassed the inspectors, lied to them, disabled monitoring cameras, literally spirited evidence out of the back doors of suspect facilities as inspectors walked through the front door. And our people were there observing it and had the pictures to prove it.

    Despite Iraq’s deceptions, UNSCOM has nevertheless done a remarkable job. Its inspectors the eyes and ears of the civilized world have uncovered and destroyed more weapons of mass destruction capacity than was destroyed during the Gulf War.

    This includes nearly 40,000 chemical weapons, more than 100,000 gallons of chemical weapons agents, 48 operational missiles, 30 warheads specifically fitted for chemical and biological weapons, and a massive biological weapons facility at Al Hakam equipped to produce anthrax and other deadly agents.

    Over the past few months, as they have come closer and closer to rooting out Iraq’s remaining nuclear capacity, Saddam has undertaken yet another gambit to thwart their ambitions.

    By imposing debilitating conditions on the inspectors and declaring key sites which have still not been inspected off limits, including, I might add, one palace in Baghdad more than 2,600 acres large by comparison, when you hear all this business about presidential sites reflect our sovereignty, why do you want to come into a residence, the White House complex is 18 acres. So you’ll have some feel for this.

    One of these presidential sites is about the size of Washington, D.C. That’s about how many acres did you tell me it was? 40,000 acres. We’re not talking about a few rooms here with delicate personal matters involved.

    It is obvious that there is an attempt here, based on the whole history of this operation since 1991, to protect whatever remains of his capacity to produce weapons of mass destruction, the missiles to deliver them, and the feed stocks necessary to produce them.

    The UNSCOM inspectors believe that Iraq still has stockpiles of chemical and biological munitions, a small force of Scud-type missiles, and the capacity to restart quickly its production program and build many, many more weapons.

    Now, against that background, let us remember the past here. It is against that background that we have repeatedly and unambiguously made clear our preference for a diplomatic solution.

    The inspection system works. The inspection system has worked in the face of lies, stonewalling, obstacle after obstacle after obstacle. The people who have done that work deserve the thanks of civilized people throughout the world.

    It has worked. That is all we want. And if we can find a diplomatic way to do what has to be done, to do what he promised to do at the end of the Gulf War, to do what should have been done within 15 days within 15 days of the agreement at the end of the Gulf War, if we can find a diplomatic way to do that, that is by far our preference.

    But to be a genuine solution, and not simply one that glosses over the remaining problem, a diplomatic solution must include or meet a clear, immutable, reasonable, simple standard.

    Iraq must agree and soon, to free, full, unfettered access to these sites anywhere in the country. There can be no dilution or diminishment of the integrity of the inspection system that UNSCOM has put in place.

    Now those terms are nothing more or less than the essence of what he agreed to at the end of the Gulf War. The Security Council, many times since, has reiterated this standard. If he accepts them, force will not be necessary. If he refuses or continues to evade his obligations through more tactics of delay and deception, he and he alone will be to blame for the consequences.

    I ask all of you to remember the record here what he promised to do within 15 days of the end of the Gulf War, what he repeatedly refused to do, what we found out in 1995, what the inspectors have done against all odds. We have no business agreeing to any resolution of this that does not include free, unfettered access to the remaining sites by people who have integrity and proven confidence in the inspection business. That should be our standard. That’s what UNSCOM has done, and that’s why I have been fighting for it so hard. And that’s why the United States should insist upon it.

    Now, let’s imagine the future. What if he fails to comply, and we fail to act, or we take some ambiguous third route which gives him yet more opportunities to develop this program of weapons of mass destruction and continue to press for the release of the sanctions and continue to ignore the solemn commitments that he made?

    Well, he will conclude that the international community has lost its will. He will then conclude that he can go right on and do more to rebuild an arsenal of devastating destruction.

    And some day, some way, I guarantee you, he’ll use the arsenal. And I think every one of you who’s really worked on this for any length of time believes that, too.

    Now we have spent several weeks building up our forces in the Gulf, and building a coalition of like-minded nations. Our force posture would not be possible without the support of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, the GCC states and Turkey. Other friends and allies have agreed to provide forces, bases or logistical support, including the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain and Portugal, Denmark and the Netherlands, Hungary and Poland and the Czech Republic, Argentina, Iceland, Australia and New Zealand and our friends and neighbors in Canada.

    That list is growing, not because anyone wants military action, but because there are people in this world who believe the United Nations resolutions should mean something, because they understand what UNSCOM has achieved, because they remember the past, and because they can imagine what the future will be depending on what we do now.

    If Saddam rejects peace and we have to use force, our purpose is clear. We want to seriously diminish the threat posed by Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction program. We want to seriously reduce his capacity to threaten his neighbors.

    I am quite confident, from the briefing I have just received from our military leaders, that we can achieve the objective and secure our vital strategic interests.

    Let me be clear: A military operation cannot destroy all the weapons of mass destruction capacity. But it can and will leave him significantly worse off than he is now in terms of the ability to threaten the world with these weapons or to attack his neighbors.

    And he will know that the international community continues to have a will to act if and when he threatens again. Following any strike, we will carefully monitor Iraq’s activities with all the means at our disposal. If he seeks to rebuild his weapons of mass destruction, we will be prepared to strike him again.

    The economic sanctions will remain in place until Saddam complies fully with all U.N. resolutions.

    Consider this already these sanctions have denied him $110 billion. Imagine how much stronger his armed forces would be today, how many more weapons of mass destruction operations he would have hidden around the country if he had been able to spend even a small fraction of that amount for a military rebuilding.

    We will continue to enforce a no-fly zone from the southern suburbs of Baghdad to the Kuwait border and in northern Iraq, making it more difficult for Iraq to walk over Kuwait again or threaten the Kurds in the north.

    Now, let me say to all of you here as all of you know the weightiest decision any president ever has to make is to send our troops into harm’s way. And force can never be the first answer. But sometimes, it’s the only answer.

    You are the best prepared, best equipped, best trained fighting force in the world. And should it prove necessary for me to exercise the option of force, your commanders will do everything they can to protect the safety of all the men and women under their command.

    No military action, however, is risk-free. I know that the people we may call upon in uniform are ready. The American people have to be ready as well.

    Dealing with Saddam Hussein requires constant vigilance. We have seen that constant vigilance pays off. But it requires constant vigilance. Since the Gulf War, we have pushed back every time Saddam has posed a threat.

    When Baghdad plotted to assassinate former President Bush, we struck hard at Iraq’s intelligence headquarters.

    When Saddam threatened another invasion by amassing his troops in Kuwait along the Kuwaiti border in 1994, we immediately deployed our troops, our ships, our planes, and Saddam backed down.

    When Saddam forcefully occupied Irbil in northern Iraq, we broadened our control over Iraq’s skies by extending the no-fly zone.

    But there is no better example, again I say, than the U.N. weapons inspection system itself. Yes, he has tried to thwart it in every conceivable way, but the discipline, determination, year-in-year-out effort of these weapons inspectors is doing the job. And we seek to finish the job. Let there be no doubt, we are prepared to act.

    But Saddam Hussein could end this crisis tomorrow simply by letting the weapons inspectors complete their mission. He made a solemn commitment to the international community to do that and to give up his weapons of mass destruction a long time ago now. One way or the other, we are determined to see that he makes good on his own promise.

    Saddam Hussein’s Iraq reminds us of what we learned in the 20th century and warns us of what we must know about the 21st. In this century, we learned through harsh experience that the only answer to aggression and illegal behavior is firmness, determination, and when necessary action.

    In the next century, the community of nations may see more and more the very kind of threat Iraq poses now a rogue state with weapons of mass destruction ready to use them or provide them to terrorists, drug traffickers or organized criminals who travel the world among us unnoticed.

    If we fail to respond today, Saddam and all those who would follow in his footsteps will be emboldened tomorrow by the knowledge that they can act with impunity, even in the face of a clear message from the United Nations Security Council and clear evidence of a weapons of mass destruction program.

    But if we act as one, we can safeguard our interests and send a clear message to every would-be tyrant and terrorist that the international community does have the wisdom and the will and the way to protect peace and security in a new era. That is the future I ask you all to imagine. That is the future I ask our allies to imagine.

    If we look at the past and imagine that future, we will act as one together. And we still have, God willing, a chance to find a diplomatic resolution to this, and if not, God willing, the chance to do the right thing for our children and grandchildren.

    Thank you very much.

    Bill Clinton
    Tuesday February 17, 1998

  • Trump orders campaign to put negative Cruz ad back up

    02/14/2016 11:06:00 AM PST · 118 of 189
    woofie to McGruff

    The best line on Trump is that be is a bull in a china cabinet and he carries it around with him

  • Trump orders campaign to put negative Cruz ad back up

    02/14/2016 11:04:18 AM PST · 116 of 189
    woofie to Daniel Ramsey

    What ? Trump is unfriendly ? ....I never would have believed it

  • Trump: ‘I don’t like’ what Scalia said about affirmative action

    02/14/2016 11:00:45 AM PST · 59 of 210
    woofie to TheStickman

    Good jokes ....and funny too

  • Trump was out of control in South Carolina debate (Delusional? Only in your fetid imagination troll)

    02/14/2016 10:53:18 AM PST · 264 of 358
    woofie to DCdude

    I really wonder if there is any limit to the outrageous BS he can spew before the Trumpsters on FR wake up to see him for the disgusting fraud that he is.

    apparently not

  • Trump: ‘I don’t like’ what Scalia said about affirmative action

    02/14/2016 10:49:38 AM PST · 45 of 210
    woofie to TheStickman

    You create the nothing burgers

    If you take nothing a candidate says or does seriously you are not serious

    Of course if you are backing a joke it makes it understandable

  • Okay, I’ve Seen Enough

    02/14/2016 10:30:47 AM PST · 84 of 97
    woofie to justlittleoleme

    What does Trump need from God? he has his billions of $ to protect him...heck look at the women he gets to hang out with

  • Nastiest GOP Debate Yet

    02/13/2016 10:39:28 PM PST · 201 of 285
    woofie to dschapin

    I always liked Trump better when he was a Democrat

    Maybe he can start the “Schlong Party”

  • LIVE THREAD: CBS Republican Presidential Debate - 02/13/16 @ 9PM (EST)

    02/13/2016 10:24:29 PM PST · 2,969 of 3,286
    woofie to caww

    What the he## is that all about?

  • Senior U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia found dead at West Texas ranch

    02/13/2016 3:22:18 PM PST · 686 of 1,307
    woofie to Pan_Yan

    RIP

  • Sanders and Trump: Magic sells

    02/13/2016 12:40:54 PM PST · 25 of 26
    woofie to Gaffer

    Is there anyone who disagrees with you that you will listen to anymore ?

    Trump people have blocked out anything they think is anti Trump
    Cruz people do the same

    As far as I can see if everyone in print has opinions that are tainted why bother with a site like FR which is comprised of nothing but articles ?

    You have your opinion which is supreme so if you want to disseminate it, get a blog and have at it....

    Im not saying there is no room for disagreement

    I disagree with a lot of writers but I still value what they write

  • CONFIRMED: South Carolina Debate Will Be Another GOP Party Insider Audience Stacked Against Trump

    02/13/2016 9:18:20 AM PST · 27 of 42
    woofie to blueyon

    Sue Trump Sue!! s/

  • Beating Trump in Debate (NRO Delusional with Rage)

    02/13/2016 9:13:47 AM PST · 90 of 164
    woofie to DannyTN

    you might want to rethink that as he lost after he skipped the Iowa debate

  • Cruz: Trump May Owe ‘Billions’ in Loans to Big Banks (Feb 1 article)

    02/12/2016 9:59:39 PM PST · 125 of 176
    woofie to Kickass Conservative

    Do you know the difference between pyramid scheme and a multi level marketing co? They skirt the law .... Many come out of Utah because Utah has few laws regulating them and most states consider them illegal

    Read the articles I’ve posted , educate yourself a bit . be skeptical all you want about what I think... but if your healthy you will retain some of your skepticism for Trump also