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1 year 42 weeks ago, 7:09 AM

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Only Mr. / Mrs. Whomever can save the world. Really?
At this moment I know very little about Mr. Trump other than mainstream Republicans, democrats and the 'news' media want us to believe him to be perfectly wrong for the job of CEO U.S.A.
If the election were held today I would vote for Mr. Trump.
After seeing a foreign subject of the muslim faith heading 'our' government for two terms, hearing comments about Mr. Trump being wrong for the job sounds like a stand up comedian's failed punch line.

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1 year 42 weeks ago, 1:07 PM

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classical Tragedy stage play. Whoever contrived [whether Jihadist or New World Order cabal] to recruit, train, and plan the injection of the present POTUS onto and into the USA scene, knew more about the serious degradation of the vaunted "American" sociological value system, than Romney and his handlers, the moldy fig Republican power brokers, and the conservative Democratic nucleus. The shadowy campaigners for Obama knew that the time was right for a "black" narcissistic megalomaniac to say the right words to the alienated/have-nots, even though he had NO RESUME of accomplishments. They knew he would push the constitution aside, and try to become the Emporer of a new and more egalitarian "AMERICA". These people planned the campaign as thought it were a verbal war for the "hearts and "minds" of the oppressed-- strategically and tactically. They anticipated the contingencies brilliantly even to the extent of falsification of familial background and experience, counterfeiting a birth certificate, and making claimed academic history unavailable.

We will probably never know the extent of voting irregularities on either of his two elections, but we have witnessed the steady disintegration of the personality of the POTUS. He has tried to rewrite history, and secure his goals by fiat using Executive Orders, knowing there is no one in either the Senate or House of Reps, who has the balls to challenge him. But, he forgot that he could be impeded by the courts, and it is obvious, he is acrimonious about such challenges, and uses his "bully pulpit" to publicly bully the news media, when they ask relevant questions.

So now the curtain is about to rise on the last act of a true literary-style Tragedy. My guess is the principal player in this story, will be taken down by his own delusional pathology, and the people of the USA will have learned a valuable lesson about NOT selecting as an earthly "Savior," a POTUS, on the basis of his/her ability to be a spell-binding orator, SELLING FROM AN EMPTY BAG.

The thing about Donald Trump is--he might be perceived as a thunderous evangelist for the America he loves-- but his resolve, based upon his background and experience, his management ability, and his accomplishments, cannot validly be negated.
It is also impressive, that he has elected to put his MONEY where his big mouth IS.

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
1 year 42 weeks ago, 5:37 PM

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Yup

Will the mentally impaired who vote for democrat mythology give us a minority, female, homosexual or physically disabled because "it's time"? YES!!!
Just because we have had our asses kicked for 8 years, just because the entire world sees us as fools means nothing to the white guilt save the whales meshuggener.
Just check the roster of democrat Senators, Representatives, Governors and Mayors. The imbecilic jerk-offs keep reelecting them.

How Republicans Can Win Elections In One Easy Lesson:
STOP THE CANNIBALISM!
Go to the smoky back room, have a disceptation or have a bloody free for all brawl, come out of the room all smiles supporting The Candidate.
An endless line of candidates trying their best to destroy one another is insanity, the democrats absolutely LOVE it.

Oops, I forgot, we'd have to have leadership to do it that way.

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1 year 42 weeks ago, 2:01 PM

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The Republican Party leadership is stand up comedy central for Conservative USA. I do not hear great intelligence and wisdom, or well-honed judgment emanating from Moldy-fig Central. I hear the same old, tired, cliché laden, chest beating pomposity, about old fashioned, proud Republican values. The so-called party leaders are the comedy writers, and right now the stand-up comedians are the candidates for POTUS. But there are notable exceptions, when you juxtapose each with Hillary.

Best at Management By the Seat of the Pants: Trump [also Best JohntheBaptist complex actor]
Best at Management By Objectives................: Fiorina [even though she ran HP into the ground]
Best at Tough Talk Bullying............................: Christie [broke up with Obama due to Nastiness]
Best at Hawk Talk...........................................: Rubio [ third place, being Mr. Nice Guy]
Best at Being Mr. Nice Guy.............................: Bush [you should see him in a kitchen apron]
Best at Filibuster and AR-15 Bacon Cooking..: Cruz
Best at Instant, Oval Office Brain Surgery.......: Carson [second place, being Mr. Nice Guy]
Best at Legal Scholarship and Practice...........: Kelly Ayotte ( Not Yet registered to run)

Hillary pales by comparison to these stalwarts; Fiorina would lacerate Hillary's shameful lack of management acumen; Ayotte would expose Hillary's shocking lack of experience in the practice of Law. Trump and Christie would drive Hillary to tears on almost any subject. The rest of the boys would make "nice" on her...........and the Demo's say, "Republicans have no hearts"!!

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 3:27 PM

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Since I only drink about one 6 pack of Guinness in a period of 2 weeks to a month I doubt I'll be able to endure the mealy mouth, chameleon, liberal fellating and outright lying that will take place tomorrow night.

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 11:15 PM

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I watched/heard this evening, I believe your above description of the character of the participants, was not, at all warranted.

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
1 year 41 weeks ago, 8:22 AM

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Observe and Analyze

The past is not always prelude to a similar future.

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
1 year 41 weeks ago, 7:24 PM

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Okay, I gave it a try.

I do not have satellite or cable TV so I went to Fox snews on the 'net. For the video of the 'debate' I had a tiny window and was able to see them but with no sound. I clicked hopeful to get a larger image and got a vid frame in black. If someone was honest, well behaved or was a mealy mouth, chameleon, liberal fellating and outright lying bag of illegal alien loving Shiite I'll never know.
I'll trust LLE to tell me what was good and what was bad tonight

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 12:08 AM

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Thank You, Daisy

You missed a surprisingly good set of presentations, with almost none of the expected political clichés. The winner of the afternoon group was clearly Carly Fiorina, whose grasp of the wide world of issues was calm, clear, logical, articulate, and out-shined the men, by far.

The evening group was by and large excellent. Trump was braced by Kelly asking if everyone of the candidates would support the chosen candidate, and to everyone's surprise, he said "No"; therefore letting him keep the leverage/pressure on the Party, "to treat him with respect". So, if he gets upset, they know, if he pulls the pin, the Demos win.
Other than that, Trump's performance was mediocre--same old bombast. BUT IMO, there was no clear winner, but some who will advance in the polls: Cruz, Rubio, Huckabee, and Bush, and maybe even Christie. Walker was OK, but a definite nebbish. Paul pretty much made an ass out of himself, tangling assholes with Christie, over internal security. The rest.......eh. Graham disappointed by becoming MR. Hawk.
The real surprise was Carson, who came across as a wise and wily essayist.[why don't you talk about "race"?--"because I work on people".] I think he will rise in the polls, also.

If Fox runs a replay, it would be well worth it to watch. None of your worst fears were present.

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
1 year 41 weeks ago, 12:15 AM

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I miss it.
I saw a vid clip of, I think Walker, saying police need more training because black lives matter.
More time on the target range I think

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 8:59 AM

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I can the essences of it by reading various 'news' articles.
What I read boils down to ; Trump was a boor.

It's too early for polls of course but in the next few days I expect to see Trump in the top few, after that his numbers will likely begin to slide. The shiny new toy will lose it's appeal.

I DO NOT have a favorable opinion of Jeb Bush.
Walker is too pliable.
Paul is too much like his weird daddy.
Christi is not big enough in character to be his own man.
Huckabee, in my opinion, will go liberal if he were to become president.
Carson is still interesting with his apparent neutral position on race, any strength?
All the candidates have a lot of selling to do before I buy.

I do not have a job so I can't "take the weekend off", can't even call in sick. Depressing.

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 9:48 AM

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I slept on my first reactions to the debate. The most important realization I came to was the following:
Roger Ailes' empire is crumbling. There was little to show of "fair and balanced" in the late debate show, just as on the O'Reilly show, almost every night.
I was really appalled, retrospectively, at the behavior of the sweetheart of Foxnews, Megyn Kelly, and the surprising acquiesence of Wallace and Baire. Kelly let her repertoire all hang out--- a mixture of her perpetual, cutesy, emotional immaturity at the 16 yearold level, plus the inevitable machinegun enunciation between the teeth, especially when passive-aggression was being directed toward Trump.
My guess is the Ailes/Murdoch internecine conflict will end soon, and Ailes will go, taking many of his personal favorites with him--hopefully including Kelly.

Looking back, I would have to say that Carly Fiorina WON the whole damned shootin' match, but Trump demonstrated clearly, he will take no shit from anyone. The polls, next week, should be interesting.

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
1 year 41 weeks ago, 3:55 PM

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It's been approximately two years since I've used satellite TV. I subscribed for my wife and I seldom watched.

When I did watch Fox news it was Bret Baier, he seemed to be the honest one. When he became angry on his news program it appeared to be real, not staged and it was for good reason.

There was a lot of BS as well, Me Gyn Kelly, Bill O'Reilly, Greta Von Cistern and several others did not pass the smell test.
Kelly was probably agenda chasing last night, doing all she could to take down Mr. Trump, her job ya think?

O'Reilly, to me, sounds like "I am rich and famous so fuck you".

I disliked Wallace from the first time I saw him doing a Sunday political talk show, he was trying to steer the conversation but was amateurish and clumsy sounding like his job was "official subject changer".

I'm very anxious to see the legitimate polls to see what the outcome from last night was.

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 12:40 PM

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Your assessment of the Fognews crowd is excellent, IMO. It is interesting that Kelly is being excoriated by many of the Trump--pets and other miscellaneous conservatives.

Trump was himself, in pulling no punches, in the aftermath commentary: "Blood was coming out of her eyes"........."or wherever".............not exactly framed to be sensitive to women, many of whom are still known to menstruate. The feminists are shrilly coming out of the closet. But I am certain Donald does not care. I think he showed us HIS operational definition of the word, "leverage", in doing this "deal". He thinks he has the RNC by the cojones, and he knows he can make it painful for them, with the fear of what a strong third party candidate would almost guarantee for the Demos. I could almost picture him going before the Repub Convention, and DEMANDING that they take a vote on him, OR ELSE!!

In retrospect, I think Kelly has already become the Candy Crowley, of this campaign, but Roger Ailes loves her sweet little [bloody?] ass, and will stick with her even if he has to fight with the Murdoch Company.
I remember Megyn stating the night or two before, when questioned by a guest or maybe O'Reilly about what kind of questions she would ask Trump: She adopted the teenage motif style and assured every one of some "big surprises"--- like setting a bear trap. That sounded to me like big league, high inside hard ball or sinker curve tricky stuff. My sentiments about that are---If she's going to serve up "chin music", she'd better be ready for some incoming "dust-off" herself, AND SHE GOT IT. For the benefit of her feminist defenders, "blood" could also be coming from her tweaked eyebrows OR even her nose.

Can't wait to see this week's enlightened poll results !!!

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
1 year 41 weeks ago, 5:14 PM

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hope who ever gets in bring us back to where we need to b................................

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 6:30 PM

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than the make-believe pretend fool in the White House now but it could be worse in other ways, ways that we don't even suspect right now.
Have a good one!!

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 4:19 AM

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Tampa Fair Grounds am going to see just to see been to so many SSDD so sad should take my spy wear in hehe..........

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 4:03 PM

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for a gun show to go to but also am looking to buy another house AND take a vacation trip. Throwing down a wad of money for a gun would be fun but as my wife used to say to me, "You're a tightwad!" I prefer to think I'm thrifty :))

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 8:56 AM

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was done in 45 mints fastest time yet.Just walk threw talk a little,but the only deal I saw was thew kimber 12 ga shot gun that is shorter and 2 chokes under it and shell eject under butt.

buddy paid $1000.00 a few months ago now their going for $899.00 ( tag mark) so they well come down.Not sure if it is a good rifle or not.Lady told me to can hunt bird or deer with it.But the barrel is short so?

"home" so where are you looking to buy a home at? and where are you going for some R & R?

I looked at some place's on line in CO WOOOOO $$$$ and the older homes are high and run down. look at Dillion CO every htign seems to be time share,$300,000.00 time share hell NOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 10:50 AM

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to was in Tulsa OK several years ago. Took nearly all day to see it all.
I'd suppose the Kimber 12ga would work for deer if it has adequate sights. Fla deer hunting usually has short distance shots?
They're usually under 200yds here.

I've been in this house for about 18 years, I've never been anywhere that long before. Now I am uncomfortable here and want a change. I've been looking at 3 options. First would be move my renters out and live there but they've only been there 3 years and are very responsible. Second, the house next door to my rental went on the market so I wrote offers on it but they are very proud of their run down dump and are asking$14,000 more than it's worth. Third, there is a house for sale 2 blocks from where the grandkids go to school, it's nice and price is good. It's in town, no more shooting in my yard.
If it's still on the market when this one sells I'll make an offer. I'd wanted to move out of this area altogether, to Fla, but the grandkids need me.

Oh, Colorado? There is some beautiful country there but the weather and politics are scary. I'll stay here with occasional tornadoes :<))

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 5:00 PM

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What part would you move to?Grandkids love FL there is place's you can shoot in your yard and have big fires hell raising etc.Look for flooding any where.Just flood here in tampa area good.sell every thing as if rents can buy selll to them.move to where you want to.My dad got stuck in cali santa anna ( long sad story) and died there I got nothing that was his cali did and the family out tthere.

So am not getting stuck pricing places in CO no no crime area is best plus fishing and hunting shooting. goood luck.................

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 9:03 PM

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to try Ft. Myers, I have friends there and we've been friends for, it seems like, a billion years.

Santa Ana CAL is bad. I remember when it was good but that was 50+ years ago. California is bad from one end to the other.

My stepson's three, two girls and a boy would be very hard to leave, they've been my 'grand children' since they were born. I made a promise many years ago that I'd watch over them, it turned out to be a pretty darn nice job :<))

I'll probably stay here in Arkansas until they chase me off LOL!

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 12:49 PM

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Even though Ft. Meyers is a beautiful area, do not go there., because it is a high cost of living area. If you are independently wealthy, then it is OK.

If you want to be on/near the ocean, and one of the best stretches of white sandy beach, with access to both superb salt and fresh water fishing, with great motor routes east/west or north/south, and more moderate climate, then you need to look at the panhandle area. Between Pensacola and Panama City, to be exact.(Emerald Coast)

I have lived in FL three separate times---Miami, and the Cape Canaveral area in the late '50s, then the Emerald Coast area in the mid '80s, and that became my choice for retirement. Our alligators are more ferocious, but smaller. Our sharks are somewhat bellicose, but not often, and it is beautiful here. Also, we do not have the Burmese Python epidemic, because it gets cold here, and that almost completely retards any migration to the north.

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 7:46 AM

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I shopped around Ft. Myers on the internet, found some 'affordable' places but being lower, lower, lower middle class I'd have to settle for less, run down single wide on a land fill.

I did like the Panhandle but initially I wanted away from cold weather. Granted, cold comes and goes quickly there. I did write an offer on a house, deal did not fly. Dealing with V.A., the seller, and my picky-ass Navy Federal Credit Union as mortgage provider almost guaranteed the deal to fail.

I'd gladly spend a winter month or two in Florida if I could find a rental I could afford, not likely.

As I told TG, my wife's grand children are here and I am frequently reminded that they do need me to watch over them so I'll stay in Arkansas until I am no longer of use here.

Burmese Python, there's quite a bit of meat on those guys, Poached Python steaks with curried garlic and lemon grass sauce, yummy!

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 3:00 PM

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there are a lot of them in middle and south florida and you can find dim snakes hogs big lizards (up tp 5 feet now)...........................

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1 year 40 weeks ago, 9:19 PM

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grill 'em, ummm yums. Snakes, hogs & lizards, that would keep my 1911 busy LOL

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1 year 41 weeks ago, 3:55 PM

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I posted elsewhere the "wherever left unsaid the ears, nose and mouth". The "reporters" who jumped on it like a drunk sailor on a Hong Kong whore apparently took the menstrual cycle for a wild ride through a pervert's fantasy land.

I have used and have heard others using the phrase "blood in their eyes" meaning the person they spoke of was looking for a bloody fight.
Whether Trump's intention was to suggest she was bleeding vaginally or that she was looking for a fight I do not know but considering the location and context I believe he was suggesting that Kelly was looking for a fight with blood in her eyes.

The name, Candy Crowley triggers a gag reflex in me. She is hideous on her better days.

You've nailed it regarding RNC vs Trump. While his numbers are above 10% he can be very dangerous to the Republican party. My worry is, should he not receive the nomination, what would cause him to run as a write in Republican? Would the allure of a few millions of dollars be enough for him to take down the Republicans in '16? The democrats have some resources, could they buy him?
I just don't know enough about him.

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