The incredible stories of character the media isn’t telling you about Mitt Romney

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About three weeks ago, Glenn asked TheBlaze to find the stories about Mitt Romney that the media isn’t telling and Americans should know. He was fed up with the pictures being painted about Romney through the mainstream media and campaign ads. In 2008 all conservatives really wanted was the media to research Barack Obama like they do everyone on the right. Is it too much to ask for the American people to know a little background information on the man they may elect to be their President.

The history being shown about Mitt Romney on the news has been so far from the truth and so insanely trivial that Glenn started to believe, “this guy is squeaky clean.”

“I asked my staff to go find the stuff on Romney, the good stuff,” Glenn explained. “Because if there is no bad stuff, I’ll bet you there’s good stuff out there that nobody’s telling the story on.”

As it was pointed out by a few at the RNC and became evident after Glenn’s staff began telling him the stories they were finding, Romney isn’t the kind of guy that likes to talk about the things he has done to help others. On Friday, Glenn is going to spend a full hour sharing the incredible stories his staff found. He will also be joined by some of the people whose lives were changed (for the better) by Mitt Romney, most of whom had never even met him.

This morning on radio Glenn gave a preview of what you can expect to see on Friday’s program. He shared a story of a V.A. hospital in Boston that Mitt Romney stopped at while on the campaign trail running against Ted Kennedy. Ted Kennedy had made a thirty minute top at the same location a couple of weeks prior.

After touring the V.A. hospital, Mitt asked to look at their books. After he spent forty minutes going through their books, he told them, “You run a very good place, very tight.  Very good.” Romney asked to go on another tour of the hospital, and after spending an hour and forty minutes there, the last question he asked was, “So what… what do you ‑‑ what are you lacking?  What do you need help with?”

The response? “Milk.”

Since the press was around, snapping photos and asking questions, Glenn explained that Romney did a really awkward joke where he said, “maybe we should teach everyone here how to milk a cow.”

Of course, that’s all the press cared to hear and ran with a story that claims “Mitt Romney says veterans should have to milks cows.”

“This is where it gets good,” Glenn started. “Romney calls him up the next morning.”

Romney first apologizes to the man who runs the hospital for any problems the attention from the press jumping on his words brought to the hospital. He next offers to help with the milks situation.

“Friday comes, and the milkman comes,” Glenn continues. “This is what the vets needed – they needed 7,000 pints of milk a week.  Milkman shows up, 7,000 pints.  The head of the V.A. hospital asks, “Where did all this come from?”  He [the milkman] said “an anonymous donor.”  Now, the guy didn’t put it together.”

Glenn explains that when the next week rolled around, the milkman shows up again, and continued to show up every week for two years. After two years of delivering 7,000 pints of milk a week to the hospital, as the milkman is retiring, the man finally gets him to reveal the anonymous donor.

It’s Mitt Romney.

“Mitt Romney was writing a personal check and didn’t want anybody to know for two years and provided the vets with all of their milk in Boston,” Glenn explained to listeners this morning.

When Romney became governor, he sent a bill through to help the V.A. hospital – it was down to the dollar. This man told Glenn, “if you want a mechanic on the economy? It’s this guy. He [Mitt Romney] went and he looked at the books first. He wanted to see what we were doing and how effective we were.  He said then, beyond that, the milk.  He did that and he didn’t want anything ‑‑ he didn’t want anyone to know.”

No one is telling America these stories – but Friday, Glenn will.

“The stories you’ll hear on Friday are incredible.  Our people found them.  And we didn’t send investigators.  Nobody’s going through anybody’s garbage.  We just started to look.  And the stories we found, I’m telling you, I apologize to Mitt Romney and his family for being so blind and not seeing who he was.  That does not mean I’m going to agree with all of his policies, but I am blind.  I have been saying we need to find George Washington, a man of true character and honor and decency.  When you watch the show on Friday, you will ‑‑ I’m convinced you will feel exactly the same way I do.”

This Friday on TheBlaze TV, Glenn will be joined by this man and many other to tell the stories about Mitt Romney the media won’t tell you – the stories you’ve been longing to hear about a politician in this country. Don’t miss it!

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  • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    Romney is the man we need; and is clean enough that the press and the Democrats have to constantly spin their lies and fabricate any and all slander they can to try and see what will stick. Look at how Reid accused him falsely of so many things from tax evasion to murder.
    The Democrats are terrified of Romney as he is the living embodiment of the deepest, darkest nightmares of their bankrupt and corrupted ideology can find. A real self made man who lives what he says.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bryan.amundson Bryan Amundson

    The left (including PETA, Devo, and other radical liberals) have done everything they can to cut Romney down. It’s sad that denigrating an innocent man is so popular – both on the right and left. Mitt is a very good guy and it’s about time someone recognizes him for what he is.

  • Anonymous

    I was NOT a big Romney fan at the beginning. I was actually rooting for a couple of the other guys — grin!
    But the more I’ve learned about him (through personal research) I’ve totally changed my mind about him and am now 1000% behind him.
    I laugh at most of what the MSM and D’s are putting out about him. It appears that the truth of this man is pretty much 180-degrees from what they are putting out. So if you hear something from MSM or DNC, turn it around and you’ll be closer to the truth.
    Mitt Romney IS the right man for this country at this time. I truly believe that there is no one more qualified than he is to help us stop the bleeding and start to heal this country. He’s no miracle worker, but he’ll do the job that’s needed to be done. Add in Paul Ryan and it’s going to be amazing!!!

  • Anonymous

    AP52 .. couldn’t agree more.. Moral character and great business experience, not even including Paul Ryan. Maybe we can turn this country around.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    He has a bigger heart than Obama. He help complete strangers Obama can’t even help his poor brother.

  • Anonymous

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  • Mike Stanley

    New slogan: Got Mitt?

  • Anonymous

    What the hell do you people expect from the leftist media? This sort of thing has been going on for years! The election campaigns are nothing more than back-stabbing exercises, mostly done by the democrats. Truth has to win eventually and Ronmey is playing cool so far despite the outright lies of the left. I just hope that during the debates all these lies are brought out to the people and exposed, including the slimy media.

  • new2la

    One thing we do know about Mr. Romney is, his humility; Unlike our jerk in DC, the narcissist. Obama….he should choke on his own lies…..there, I said it

  • new2la

    Excellent, Mike!

  • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (cat folk gallery)

    Love it!

  • ConcernedPatriotMom

    Being from Utah, we know the real Mitt Romney, the real leader, the unsung hero of the 2002 Olympics. What he did here was nothing short of a miracle! The Olympic effort was several million $$ in debt. Don’t believe the press or a bunch of naysayers that it was all for show. He left Bain Capital (a very profitable venture) with a sick wife who happened to believe that not only could he beneift the state of Utah but the whole Olympic effort (which was full of corruption on the top level). He cleared the playing field at the Olympic level and ruffled a few feathers at the top, enlisted the good people of Utah to help him, thousands! volunteered, worked like a dog with no salary; his wife actually got better while here, and turned the whole thing into a profit. They wanted him to stay and run for Governor of Utah, but he had already been approached by the AG of Massachusetts to be their leader. That was home. He is as clean as a whistle on every level. The people of this country would not only get a GREAT president, but save the United States from economic collapse. I am so grateful the Glenn Beck has FINALLY seen the light. I hope Glenn will make up for lost time and go campaign for him (especially in Ohio) instead of his comedy hour thing. We need to save this country, all of us, NOW!

  • Lee Kiester

    These need to be written in story form for Copy Paste. Similer to the old Paul Harvey, “rest of the story” style.

  • Anonymous

    The liberal mdia has nothing to do but lie about anyoe they disagree with, the liberal media is the enemy of the US

  • Anonymous

    Obama is a walking contradiction ! “Trickle-down economics” BAD… “Stimulus” GOOD… what in the world does he think a stimulus is …. well duh… trickle-down economics.

  • Sandie

    This story and your “Got Mitt?” would make an awesome campaign ad! Blasted frequently on the air, then all they would need from the ad later are bits all over the place and bill boards that just say “Got Mitt?” and it would almost be like a subliminal thing that would keep him in the fore of peoples minds. Especially contrasted with Obama’s lack of help for his own brother in Africa!

  • Sandie

    That is because Obama is all about Obama – he is a narcissist and that is the way they are.

  • Sandie

    Tough choice: Do we want a conservative president who is straight, modest, of high moral and ethical character, can get the USA out of the red and running smoothly (proven track record), help build the economy for a prosperous future, or do we want a Socialist president who is an arrogant, secretive, conniving, ex-druggy of unethical character (proven by his cronyism with the Unions, drug companies green companies etc), who hasn’t got a clue about running a business never mind any knowledge in economics and has shown that he is so far a failure in that area?

    Geee, tough decision!

  • Anna

    My mom has a Mitt story from college she told me 4 years ago when Mitt ran. It was just a little story about how he helped as struggling freshman in their biology class, but the way he did it was so quiet and humble, I don’t know that anyone else noticed, but he made an impact on that freshman that day, and on my mother who saw it happen. He is nice, helpful, considerate, and thoughtful guy.

  • Anonymous

    Romney had me when I watched the RNC as the parents of children they lost relayed Romney’s compassion and thoughtfulness. I have lost my only son, and I know compassion really helps bridging the worst days of your life. God Bless him.

  • Stephan Bruno

    Just call Obama a nigger and get it over with.

  • Anonymous

    Not to mention the lack of foreign relations experience. He has weakened the US while pussy-footing around being all ‘pc’ and apologetic.

  • new2la

    I would rather just call you an asspole…how’s that?

  • http://twitter.com/ShirleyRicci1 Shirley Ricci

    The liberal mdia has nothing to do but lie about anyoe they disagree with, the liberal media is the enemy of the US....A1Job.notlong.com

  • Guest

    A Sarah wanna be? Trolls not wanted here Rosie.

  • http://www.facebook.com/myrna.gatto Myrna E Gatto

    I am so glad Glenn that you have finally seen the light with respect to Mitt Romney and yes indeed he is the man of the moment and our George Washington that we so desperately need. Look forward to all these beautiful testimonials and also to your commitment to help get Mitt elected. And I would love for you and your team to get all of those naysayer Republicans to come and admit that we all need to UNITE as a Party and get Mitt elected. UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FAIL!

  • ConcernedPatriotMom

    Amen, Myrna!

  • Huss Family

    Agreed with all – this is the dyed in the wool, true blue, through and through decent good man Mitt Romney is and my instinct has always known he is – glad to see you get aboard Glenn. Pray that a majority of Americans open their eyes to the truth as well.

  • Sandie

    Our stature in the world has been severely damaged. No country respects us, or is afraid of slapping us around, or taking advantage of us now! What previous Presidents have worked to build over many terms, Obama has flushed down the toilet in one.

  • Sandie

    ignore the ad-bot

  • Anonymous

    They paint a really bad picture of Mitt Romney because he is so different than Obama. Just look at the Republicans and you can see good in most of the people. The Democrats just the opposite they are mean spirited, haters, liars lovers of themselves. That is Obama!!! He doesn’t care about America or the American people, only tearing down American and bringing her to her knees. Go and watch 2016 – I went to see it and believe me he has an agenda and it is not the good of our country. When he gets through with us – we won’t exist, maybe if we pray hard enough Jesus will come and take us out of this world into our heavenly world. Amen!!!

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know any man that glenn beck wouldn’t aspire to be like since he is not and never has been a real man himself.
    It it probably smart that he sets the bar a little lower than expected in choosing Romney though. Anyone else would be well out of his reach.

  • momx40_0

    I believe Romney felt a calling from God to run for Presidency. I don’t think this is his ambition, it’s his mission. He has gifts to set our country right. It will not be pleasant but it will be necessary for Romney to set our country back on the right path, both economically and globally.

  • VindicatorX

    That is for sure. Narcissists haven’t got time for anyone but themselves.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tanner-Ellsworth/17808440 Tanner Ellsworth

    I was blown away by this story when I heard you tell it on the radio. These things are crucial for the American public to hear! Please keep telling these stories. It could (and should!) really make a big difference in the election.

  • VindicatorX

    I’d like to see those ads with the milk mustaches redone to echo “Got Mitt?”

    That would be a great campaign Ad series indeed!

  • VindicatorX

    Then you are free to leave at any time.

  • VindicatorX

    If anyone knows about not being a real man that would have to be you, alphabet.
    Why don’t you go lick some boots or something?

  • http://www.facebook.com/beakon Bryce K. Nielsen

    You mean something like this?

    “In foreign policy, I am guided by one overwhelming conviction: This century must be an American Century. In an American Century, America has the strongest economy and the strongest military in the world. In an American Century, America leads the free world. God did not create this country to be a nation of followers. America must lead the world, or someone else will. Without American leadership, without the clarity of American purpose and resolve, the world becomes a far more dangerous place. Let me make this very clear. As president of the United States, I will devote myself to those ideas, and I will never, ever apologize for America.” – Mitt Romney

    Source:
    http://nraila.org/about-nra-ila/director's-archive/one-on-one-with-governor-mitt-romney.aspx

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Wendilynn-Kerezman/623542914 Wendilynn Kerezman

    I used to wonder why Romney’s campaign wasn’t telling all these stories and then I realized something when Ann talked about serving being a priviliage. Romney, as a Bishop and Stake President would have viewed the service he gave as a private matter between him and the person he was helping. Often in times of crisis. It would be tacky and churlish to reveal someone elses private distress. Romney is not going to tell these stories because they are not his stories to tell.

  • Anonymous

    Wow, how you poeple all don’t get it. Romney did that donation just because of the bad press he got due to his silly milk comment. Otherwise he wouldn’t have done anything. You GOP minions are all so gullible, its pathetic.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Wendilynn-Kerezman/623542914 Wendilynn Kerezman

    Only problem with that supposition is that if he was trying to smooth over his bad joke due to pressure from the media, he would have bragged about it. Do you know how much 7000 pints of milk costs? And to keep paying it anonymously for 2 years? THEN he goes and gets their food costs covered when he becomes governor 6 years later?!! Sorry hon, your slur doesn’t compute.

  • Anonymous

    none of this surprises me. i’ve always liked him. i wanted herman cain because i want the left to shut up, but i’ve always seen him as a good man of G-d and i just don’t get what the mormon problem some people have w/him.

    freedom of religion. they need a show/primer on that glenn.

  • Anonymous

    Oh please, you are talking about costs? If you really think that Romney paid for any of this by himself, you’re even more gullible than i already think you are. He most likely made some tax deductable deal with some Milk company or something. And don’t you find it at least a bit curious that all of this emerges just in time for the election? You are being deceived and don’t even realize it.

  • Abby Volosophic

    If milk were $.25 it would be about $182,000 over two years, if he got milk at $.10 it would be $72,800, either way for him it probably was a small thing to do that he could do, he might not have even considered a tax break because sometimes people who have just give to those who have not. But if he did, SO WHAT? We all do this same kind of thing for others within our sphere of ability, do not begrudge the man his good acts, vets wouldn’t have had the milk if someone hadn’t helped and he chose to help. Perhaps a friend would have been late for work if you hadn’t picked them up. Maybe you gave somebody something that they really needed in their moment of need because you had it to give…whatever, this just shows his character and the fact that he did it anonymously speaks volumes! Stack that up against what kindnesses have leaked about that man that serves in the white house now. I’ve never heard of anything like that come out of the media about Obama that hasn’t been staged. What a bunch of triteness!!! No, you can think you’ve got a man of character in Obama if you want, but I’m not feeling the love…

  • Abby Volosophic

    And you are just want new21a said!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1215215231 Brian Juntunen

    The only thing I would ask and I know some might be offended but I’ll take my chances, was this a place for Mormon war veterans? I have seen how the Mormons take good care of their own, but of course they don’t feel they have to help others who are only human and not of the same faith.

  • Anonymous

    “but of course they don’t feel they have to help others who are only human and not of the same faith.” What in the H*LL is wrong with you?

    This has NOTHING to do with picking out a specific group of people to help . . . do you honestly think the V.A. has a “special” hospital just for Mormons? You need to go get your head examined because you comment is totally disgusting! I don’t know whether you are mentally challenged, just plain ignorant, or mean spirited, but I hope to GOD that you are on your knees asking for forgiveness for voicing such a statement!

    It is comments like yours that leads to misinformation about Mitt . . . go troll on a progressive website . . . you will fit right in!

  • Anonymous

    Leave it to nay-sayers to try to explain away the good deed done by someone else. Ask yourself this: if Mitt hadn’t stepped up to provide the milk needed by the veterans, WHO would have done it?

    Do you think that the POTHUS gives a twit about the veterans lying in that facility? And you CAN bet your last dollar he would have NEVER considered paying a single dime of it himself. So for WHATEVER reason, Mitt stepped up, provided the milk for TWO WHOLE YEARS without any fanfare at all . . . . whereas our current Prez would have been on TV every single day TELLING us how great he was for doing it with OUR money!!!! You people need to get a life, and while you are at it, a little bit of charity and giving might just do your heart good!!!

    You want to talk about dishonesty . . . look no further than the current POTHUS, and you will get enough sleezy lies and cover-ups to last you a lifetime. Just the current situation in Libya and Egypt is enough to curl your hair . . . do you honestly think the Consulate in Egypt put out that apology WITHOUT his approval? He is a control freak . . . his name is all over that statement!!! This Prez PROMOTED the Arab Spring . . . guess he got EXACTLY what he wanted . . . the whole Middle East is literally on fire!!!

    And you have the unmitigated gall to besmirch the thoughtful action of Mitt Romney. Return to your pond of scum!!!

  • Anonymous

    What in the world does this story have to with Obama??? Haven’t you heard? He is OLD news!!!

    You are stuck on race because you think you can stop heart-warming conversation! I am praying for your soul . . . you hard heart is going to be the death of you!

  • Anonymous

    State FACTS, my man. “He who is without guilt, cast the first stone!” You make state these platitudes with no real basis . . . . put up or shut up!!!!

  • Bill

    He wasnt my first choice but I realized he was the only person who the media would not be able to destroy.I am SO thankful Glenn is getting stories like these out there.Mitt is really humble http://www.billspetrino.com/2012/03/03/mitt-romney-takes-beat-obama-president/

  • SoThere

    Folks, this is what a Liberal progressive is all about.

    We can save this country from idiots like strtlk by voting Obama out of office.

    It’s OK to remove an ineffective President, really it is!

    Save America, vote conservative. Send Obama packing.

  • NotSoFancyPants

    Exactly. You hit the nail on the head. Narcissist. I’ve run into a couple of narcissists in my lifetime and they are the worst of humanity. They put on a good face but aren’t good at keeping up that facade for long. You very quickly realize they are out of their minds. The worst type of person to run a country (or anything) is a narcissist, because they’re greedy and self-absorbed beyond anything normal people can comprehend. Basically a walking nightmare. Do an internet search on narcissism – it’s eye-opening. I’m counting the days until November…

  • Anonymous

    mmmmm … bye

  • http://www.facebook.com/jim.howe.79 Jim Howe

    That was in 2008. Ohhhh wait typical liberal only skims (no pun intended) the article and bloviates and shows his ignorance……or stupidity. I’ll never understand except the Bible says “….the blind lead the blind, they both fall in the ditch”.

  • Anonymous

    You need to get your head cleaned out. It is full of the Liberal manure that the left and the Mainstray media is feeding the gullible like you. Try reading the full story, and thinking on your own!

  • Anonymous

    So i guess what your saying is making a Tax deductable contribution makes you personal profit…. Why don’t you try that this month and give all your money away and see how much you make back next year at tax season.. and see how much you make on your “investment”

  • Anonymous

    So Obama has made mistakes that cost us hundreds of billions of our money. So did I miss his apology? WAKE UP!

  • uaintdown

    wait, so he made anonymous donations to the V.A. hospital to cover up bad press. and here I thought he was trying to help vets. haha silly me.

  • Anonymous

    Why not go walk around South Chicago… see how they take care of you there !!

  • Anonymous

    Pathetic is when you call a good deed “BAD”, and someone that would let his own brother live in poverty “GOOD”..

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001280535022 Warren Wilson

    I’ve never seen an election where such a good guy is running against such a bad guy.

  • SoThere

    Oh please, you would find everything this man did as an election ploy right now, you’re a Leftist, it’s what you’re programmed to do.


    He most likely made some tax deductable deal with some Milk company or something. ”

    Present some proof to your nonsense or admit that you’re an Obama Cultist who spews his talking points on the Net.

  • SoThere

    “After touring the V.A. hospital, Mitt asked to look at their books. After he spent forty minutes going through their books, he told them, “You run a very good place, very tight. Very good.” Romney asked to go on another tour of the hospital, and after spending an hour and forty minutes there, the last question he asked was, “So what… what do you ‑‑ what are you lacking? What do you need help with?”
    The response? “Milk.”
    Since the press was around, snapping photos and asking questions, Glenn explained that Romney did a really awkward joke where he said, “maybe we should teach everyone here how to milk a cow.””

    What came first?

    “After touring the V.A. hospital, Mitt asked to look at their books. After he spent forty minutes going through their books, he told them, “You run a very good place, very tight. Very good.”

    “What do you need help with?”
    The response? “Milk.””

    or the bad joke? You are the pathetic one here.

  • SoThere

    You sound like a bigot. Do I have this correct?

  • Anonymous

    The only character Mitt Romney has is the one where he makes all you people believe he is a politician, a conservative, and not a slave to Adelson and the Koch brothers…One he is clearly not good at.

  • Anonymous

    A Mormon VA Hospital ? ….. you need to lay off the hallucinogens ..

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Yep. Mitt’s a swell guy. Always been nice. Never did anything wrong in his whole life. He’s perfect. Who else *was* perfect before they were elected? Barack Hussein Obama. Yep. Mitt’s perfect just like Barack Obama was perfect before he was elected.

    How does the saying go? “I’ve heard this song before.”

    Obama aside, because they’ll have to shoot me before I’ll vote for the guy, why don’t we just focus on what it means to vote for Mitt… Ya know, I almost gave in. I had a moment of weakness months ago and was willing to compromise my principles and vote for Mitt because the rest of the “right” was going to choose the guy anyway because “Mitt was the only one who could win against Obama”, and besides all the other stuff that will go with a Democrat win the idea of Obamacare being left in place galls me to the very core of my being. So, after I had been advocating from an informed position against the choice of Romney by the GOP for months, faced daily with media bombardment about the fight over Obamacare (Beck included) I one day said, yeah, I’ll vote for Mitt because Obamacare is just too harmful to let stand and Mitt’s our only hope…

    What did I do? I know who Mitt Romney is as a politician, and I find so much fault in him, so many character flaws, so little integrity that I have had no reason to support him for as long as I’ve known of him. And all along I’ve been shouting from the rooftops – “VOTE WITH INTEGRITY!” Yet, I’d been cajoled into saying I’d vote for Romney. I kept saying – “Voting for the lesser of two evils is still voting for evil! Don’t do it!” Still, I’d been talked into giving Romney my vote.

    I’m shaking my head now as I type this – What has changed? What has changed in the last few months that makes Romney any different from the no integrity flip-flopper he was before he became the official GOP nominee? Does the truth change? Can I look up at night, praying to God with all my heart that this country gets better, that the heart of my fellow Americans turns back to God, that God will help me be a better man… Can I pray to him for forgiveness and pledge to try harder every day to be a better person by His standards and ignore what I know? Can I walk around every minute of every day and pretend that the truth changes? Or do I no longer stand for the truth? Has the truth become irrelevant?

    NO! I will not! I will not vote for Mitt Romney because Glenn Beck says so, or the GOP says so, or because most of the other candidates stink to the high heavens like rotting corpses. I will not vote for Mitt Romney because he might be less terrible than the alternative. I KNOW there are those of you who are going to say, “If you don’t vote for Mitt, you’re voting for Obama!”. That’s the devil’s argument. TRUTH MATTERS! If I don’t vote for Obama I’m not voting for Obama period.

    I will find someone to vote for. It may not be Ron Paul after all. It most certainly won’t be pro-murder Gary Johnson. Yet, I will find someone and I’ll vote for them proudly, and informed, and I’ll do so knowing that I would not support what I know to be wrong.

    You almost had me Romney supporters. Your snake-oil salesmanship almost suckered me like an empty-headed bobblehead. I might be the only person in this country that doesn’t vote for either Romney or Obama this fall. But one thing will be certain, I’ll kneel at night and know that I will not be ashamed before God that I didn’t.

  • SoThere

    Poor little Brian has no idea what a VA hospital is all about. He should visit one like Mitt Romney did and make his donations to those heroes of this country who have sacrificed their lives and bodies to protect this Nation.

    Obama hasn’t contributed any of his wealth to ensure our heroes have what they need to get well. Somehow the left thinks that this is a stain on the character of Mitt Romney, or at least they are here trying to make it seem that way.

    Save America from people like Brian, Vote Conservative.

    It’s OK to vote Obama out of office in fact it’s the duty of all Americans to remove a noneffective President from office.

  • Anonymous

    OK…
    Romney is getting his ass kicked by 4-6% in every national poll.

  • Anonymous

    I never attacked you personally in this statement, but it is nice to see the true colors of a beck fanatic.

  • SoThere

    Folks, strtlk is the face of the Liberal Progressives in this country, some of them are in our government.
    Save America from people like strtlk, vote Conservative.

    After Obama’s inability to understand what is happening in Egypt, Libya and other North African nations, the people of this country are seeing how dangerous Obama can be to American citizens.

  • Anonymous

    Strange you speak of deception; since you appear to be one of either the deceived, or the deceivers. Nice try dolt. No one or no group is better at deception than the socialist/marxist libs. Now go and crawl back under your rock.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    So the fact that Mitt Romney was the only Presidential candidate that emphatically supported the NDAA 2012 “as written” doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that Romney has supported assault rifle bans and relatively heavy-handed gun control laws his entire political career doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that Romney publicly supported “a woman’s right to choose” from his college years right up to 2006 doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that Romney openly supported Planned Parenthood during his early political years and never had a thing to say against them until the last few years doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that Romney has publicly supported and professionally consulted population control advocates doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that Romney was the first government official in the history of this country to preside over the implementation of a mandated healthcare insurance system – the precursor to Obamacare – doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that Romney has stated publicly, as recently as last summer, that he believes climate change is man-made and that the it is the role of government to remedy it doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that Romney supports regular systematic increases to minimum wage doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that of all the Republican Presidential candidates Romney advocated the highest taxes doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that Romney deliberately gamed the system to sap taxpayer funds in order to support Olympic finances and bragged about it doesn’t matter to you?
    So the fact that Romney supported the bailouts before he later railed against *some* of the bailouts doesn’t matter to you?

    Romney is a financial globalist. As an elected official he has supported legal measures related to population control methods that are typically promoted by atheist eugenicists without actually supporting such methods or causes verbally. He has proven that he is willing to say just about anything to avoid making a definitive moral stand on any particular issue and justify previously unpopular political positions.

    Amazing? I can think of a lot of words to describe Romney and amazing is not one of them. Not in any context.

  • Anonymous

    Not quite lunatic. But, know what, keep believing it. Strange how you probably aren’t aware that at ALL of the stops, especially lately, R/R are drawing much larger crowds than Dumb and Dumber (Obamass and Bid Farewell). Believe it or not, truth still wins. The more people are hearing and understanding for themselves, the lightbulbs are coming on. Keep believing the deceptions moron.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Shut up about the Koch brothers nitwit. You obviously don’t have any idea what you’re talking about and are just repeating leftist propaganda like a good little zombie. Now go eat some brains, if you can find any over there in lefty land.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    No snowleopard, he isn’t. He is the embodiment of the Republican version of Obama. Just as Obama was flawless in his personal life prior to the 2008 election in the eyes of Democrats, Romney is now *flawless* in the eyes of Republicans.

    Seriously, is this what’s going to justify Romney as the GOP choice? Little goofy stories about his selflessness and happy helperton episodes? If Romney did these things in humility out of the goodness in his heart and not for political gain, then how do we know about them? Is this how we qualify candidates? Is this how we vet them? What about Obama? Are you seriously going to make the case for Romney based on this garbage and say, yeah, he’s a swell fellow for it and pretend that Obama has never done good for anyone in his life? I’m sure he has friends that can tell you all about how good Obama was to them. Does that qualify him to be President?

    This is distraction from what Romney has stood for his entire political career!

    This is ridiculous. The one good thing that did happen in 2008 was that Romney lost the primary to McCain, because the only choice worse than McCain at the time was Romney. Now here we are four years later supporting Romney as if his political past never existed.

    For the sake of all that is worthwhile about this country, if you’re going to support him and vote for him at least be honest about who and what Romney is. He’s a political Band-Aid for Republicans.

    I feel as if I’m in an episode of the Twilight Zone.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Perhaps, but I’d rather vote based on a person’s political record – something hard and real that I know for sure – as opposed to voting for someone because they seem like a swell guy for little anecdotal stories of Good Samaritanship.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Yep, everyone that disagrees with you is a Beck fanatic, eh strtlk.

    I thought you’d been so thoroughly refuted so many times a while back that you’d given up. You definitely weren’t around as much for a while. What happened? Binge much?

  • MarsBarsTru7

    To those of you that are downrating my response here – What are you downrating? The truth? I challenge any of you downrating my comment to refute even a single point I made. Good luck. I vetted my candidate choices. I verified every single one of these issues. And I have more. I just didn’t want to overdo it. Want links to video footage of Romney? Want links to news articles? Do you all think that an average of 25% of the Republican vote from most states in this country qualifies a candidate as being universally liked? Do you think these issues are brought up by liberals? If moderate liberals knew the truth about Romney they’d love him. These are issues brought up by Conservatives, not liberals.

    Keep downrating. It won’t change the truth.

  • outlawed

    people are willing to vote for Romney because it’s their choice and who they view will best serve our country. You have good points and facts, but that’s why America is one in it’s own because everyone can have their own opinions and voices heard through a vote. Not everyone thinks Obama is the best or Romney is the best, it’s based on personal opinion and you feel strongly against the views of Romney great! people feel strongly against the views of Obama. Everyone has a past and a present it’s what they do now to help them win the election both Dems and Reps. People are scared of what Obama has been trying to do with the constitution and it’s amendments. Maybe that’s a big enough reason why they like Romney over Obama. All Politicians lie and will refute words they once spoke about to get the majority on their side.

  • Anonymous

    It’s hard enough to get Obama to contibute enough government monies to ensure our heroes have what they need to get well..
    .
    I guess it infringes on giving government monies to his friends.

  • Anonymous

    Romney is pretty good guy, but he is going to get his ass kicked.
    The RNC convention looked like a 1st grade project compared to the DNC.
    Now, after the horrible attack on a US embassy, Romney makes a knee jerk blunder and double down on it while basing his pathetic power grab on faulty information.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    You didn’t say anything false. Every single thing in your post is true. So, taking that into consideration, I assume that the truth matters to you. If the truth matters to you, even if you do take the “lesser of two evils” path yourself, can you not admit that this glorification of Romney and making him out to be of flawless character is dishonest? Do you concede that much?

  • Anonymous

    Refuted?
    Are you talking about the lies and bullshit that the idiots on this site use to attack me?
    But, as always…
    It is nice to see a beckling like you has the guts to ignore my comments and revert to personal attacks.
    Well done!!!

  • SoThere

    The DNC convention was a parade of morons and leftists. they even showed pictures of Russian Ships in the background while trying to make a feeble attempt to attract Veterans to their leftist anti-military platform.

    Now that was a Kindergarten project. Obama is great at leading from behind. He was too busy campaigning to realize that the nations Embassies would need heightened protection on 9/11 after touting the killing of OBL one of the Muslim heroes next to Mohamed.

    His speech today was about protecting Americans overseas but wasn’t smart enough to ensure that protection until Americans have been killed.

    Save America from idiots like these, vote Conservative.

    As far as the knee jerk blunder, Obama and Hillary Clinton should have been smart enough to see this coming, they didn’t and that needed to be brought before the american people.

    Strtlk’s an idiot.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Aww. So you’re a victim now? Are you trying to play to the audience strtlk? Most of the people that visit this site and look at the comments know who you are and what you’re about. You’re not winning any points here pretending. You’re the king of personal attacks. You lead in with personal attacks aimed at Beck all the time. And anyone that thinks Beck is a decent guy is a “beckling”… *laughing* You’re pathetic. You can’t even make a single coherent point. All you do is lash out and make fun of people… or flat out lie.
    Refute? Yeah, you’ve been refuted repeatedly numerous times. Not that you’d ever admit it. But then, knowing you as well as many of us do, I don’t think anyone would expect it.
    You should surprise us sometime and admit to being wrong once in a while. It’ll do you good.

  • SoThere

    You spew nothing but personal attacks here you idiotic moron. You get what you deserve.

    Save America from these Liberal Progressives, vote Conservative.

  • SoThere

    I like it!

  • http://twitter.com/finalfrontier10 M-Theory

    Do YOU think Obama is more likely to listen to the People or Romney? You yourself have stated above that Romney had certain positions until such and such a time. Perhaps he became enlightened and changed his mind? Call it flip-flopping if you will. That’s just political speak for changing your mind. Everyone does it. The changes were towards a more conservative view. Does it matter to you that the State is where the health care issue should be decided…not the Federal level? Would I rather have a Mormon Businessman who loves America or an Anti-Colonialist “Black Liberation Theologian” who hates America, to run America?

  • Anonymous

    And the DNC are doing everything in their power to block the military vote….. i think that should be construed as treason !!

  • SoThere

    He needs the Government money washed through his friends so he can use it for his campaign.

    He complained about Romney yesterday while he’s using the deaths of 4 American citizens to raise money in speeches given at campaign events today. It’s disgusting how the leftist media has been covering up for this idiot. He misses intelligence briefings to campaign and if he was any kind of President, he would be in Washington doing something about his inability to protect American citizens before they are killed by Al Qaeda.

  • SoThere

    Obama can’t win reelection if the Military votes.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    1. I’m not advocating voting for Obama. I know most of the regulars that respond to Beck’s articles. In fact, I don’t know of any conservatives that think Obama is any kind of choice at all. I expect my audience here not to vote for Obama. I’d go so far as to say that anyone that isn’t a Marxist would be stupid to vote for Obama. That’s beside the point. The point is, a criticism of Romney is not the equivalent of advocating for Obama.

    2. You virtually admit that I’m making valid points, but then turn around and say, “he changed his mind”. So you’re an apologetic for Romney’s change in political positions? Here’s an article with Beck touting Romney as if he was without flaws. In Beck’s own words – “…if there is no bad stuff, I’ll bet you there’s good stuff.”

    How can you consider what Romney’s positions have been and the changes he has made, and consider that he has flat out lied to conservative media before when confronted on some of these issues, and then turn around and find fault with my refutation of this farce? When has Romney ever owned up to these past positions and then said he has changed his mind? From what I remember, he has repeatedly denied changing positions. That’s called lying, in case you’re confused on that point. And many of these positions are extremely recent. The NDAA 2012 issue is from this year! Besides the fact that he has not officially changed positions on many of these issues, but has instead dodged addressing them. And some of the points I made aren’t about positions. They’re about actions! So, tell me. Tell everyone that reads this comments section and happens to read this discussion, how do you reconcile those points?

    3. The presentation of the choice being limited to only Romney and Obama is a fallacy. It’s one of the biggest lies that exist in this country and are constantly promoted as truth. There is more than just the GOP nomination and the Democrat nomination to choose from. You and other conservatives have allowed yourselves to be force-fed a candidate that does not represent you. If you accept that choice it is on you, but your choice and the choice of many others does not change the truth of what I have submitted here.

  • new2la

    We don’t have a president, we have a dictator possing as a president. We have a person that is too smart to be present at his daily briefing; smarter than his speech writers; Smarter than his constituents and Way too busy to meet with our ally Israel. Here is a man who believe we as a nation needs to apologize to foreigners for murders committed on our citizens.
    An empty chair……are you listening ?
    Is this a person we deserve? In a way, yes.
    Why? Because of the ignorance of the populous in our country….the first time. Will some vote the same way again? Naturally, sometimes you can’t fix stupid! But what about the rest of us? Will we let that happen again? Not if mine and your lives depend on it!

  • Anonymous

    How many soilders did they talk about that were killed yesterday. The only person they are talking about is Chris Stevens ? They seem to forget the soilders were on the way to protect Chris Stevens..before being ambushed..

  • SoThere

    Stevens was Hillary’s friend, the solders were not. They keep stating that they have to notify the next of kin first. What day is it, day three?

  • new2la

    Best reply Steve!

  • new2la

    Nor is he a narcissist like someone we all know.

  • new2la

    Not just face, but the asp as well!

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, that is supporting our troops…. i’m sick of these liars and frauds.. think they need to spend alittle time at the KZ, maybe they would have a little different attitude.. Patton, Bulldog lead from the front and even Lincoln went to the skirmish line….. I have more respect for Rommel than I do these cowards..

  • new2la

    The left decided a raise was in order. A raise in what I have no idea.

  • http://www.facebook.com/janie.skelton Janie Lyn Skelton

    Why not take both record and moral fiber into account?

  • Anonymous

    I guess he considers ignorance is a God given right

  • http://www.facebook.com/Tactikiller Dane Anderson

    have you met Romney personally? Have you spent time fly fishing with him, or had dinner with him? My uncle has had many opportunities to interact with Romney, including leading him on a few fly fishing trips. My uncle has always been a good judge of character, he raised two upstanding sons and a wonderful daughter. I’ll take my uncles’ facts (straight from the horses mouth) over your “fact checking”.

  • Anonymous

    Obama does not flip-flop, he evolves. That is why he is now for gays and pro-choice .He will find out that the dems that are religious, will not vote for someone who believes in abortion.

  • Anonymous

    You have a point, the only problem right now is that obama has shown what he is about, he wants to control everything, if the congress can not come up with a decision he will make it for them, we do not need a king we need a president.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    The record is indicative of moral fiber. I question anyone’s moral fiber who has supported and consulted forced population control advocates. The willingness to lie about their record is also indicative of moral fiber, or a lack thereof.
    Both Obama and Romney lack moral fiber as they both fit this description. I choose neither.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    So Romney is a good fisherman and a likeable fellow in the right circumstances? Wow. That’s exactly what qualifies a Presidential candidate. Now I know why we’re in such a good position as a country, because conscientious voters like yourself know to vote for chumminess over factual issues. I can sleep peacefully tonight knowing the country is full of voters like you. Thank you for the reassurance.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    I would rather that the vast majority of conservatives band together and concentrate on gaining the maximum effect in the House and Senate and impeach Obama at the earliest possible time – then go right down the line impeaching one Democrat after another and doing their damnedest to prosecute them and put them in prison. There’s a great case to be made against numerous Democrats currently in office as well as formerly in office, in terms of their guilt for crimes violating their offices and in violation of our Constitution. Not that there aren’t Republicans that are just as guilty, but it is self evident at this point that the primary problems/violations/criminality come from the Democrats.

    And I contend that nothing will ever change for the better in our government until we start enforcing the law on the government itself. The government is not above the law and they need to feel the sting of justice so that we have a chance to restore liberty in this country.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    You just describe every guy who runs for office since the 1800s including Newt and Ron Paul. Do we just hand Obama another four years insuring that Obama care stays in for all of county’s life. See I don’t like Mitt and the only reason I am voting for the guy is because of how dangerous Obama care truly is. It is a revolution in a can and you just want me to ignore that fact. Obama care will take more form the poor. 200 hundred a month from people who collect social security where some depend on that to live like my grandmother. Do you want to see in this country in flames next year than don’t vote.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    No, I have not described every guy who runs for office. George Bush, despite all of the bad decisions and despite the bad policies was a man of integrity, as was his father, as was Ronald Reagan. (I’m not as keen on Ford or Nixon).

    Furthermore, again you’re falling into the trap of equating me not voting for/supporting Romney to supporting/enabling Obama. It is not the same. It is thinking like that which gives us the McCains and Romneys of the Republican Party in the first place.

    And here’s something else – Romney is among the worst of the worst in the Republican Party. While Glenn was freaking out over Gingrich, who is another RINO, the worst choice of all was moving right along and captured the nomination with an approximate 25% voting average. Can you honestly tell me that represents you?

    Refuse to comply! Beck shouts it. It’s a truism. It’s our right. So do it! Stand for something! Voting for Romney is not standing for something. It is the very definition of compliance. You’re doing exactly what the establishment wants, and I think we can all agree that the current establishment reeks of a dead future for liberty.

  • The Craig Machine

    What you just described as the reason people are voting for Romney is called the “Overton Window” theory.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overton_window

    Obama
    is so radical that by comparison, Romney the Severely Progressive
    appears to be acceptable when in fact he is not. It’s a tactic to fool
    people into accepting the lesser of two evils which is still evil. Obama is no longer acceptable to the masses so he must be replaced with a more acceptable candidate that will continue the “fundamental change”. Notice Romney is now praising parts of Obama Care after he and the RNC establishment illegally changed the GOP Convention Rules to a “top down, bottom up system”, similar to ones found in communist countries and the current Democrat Party. Not surprising, Glenn Beck has been silent on both issues.

    “The spread of evil is the symptom of a vacuum. Whenever evil wins, it is only
    by default: by the moral failure of those who evade the fact that there can be
    no compromise on basic principles.” -Ayn Rand

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    No I am not saying that I am saying if we don’t get rid of Obama care now we will never will. Yes Mitt is like the worst choice we had my concern is Obama care. We can keep Mitt in line by voting tea party yah it does not guarantee that it would work but no one is saying we should keep him for eight.

  • new2la

    So Mars, who’s your pick? Did I miss that post?

  • Anonymous

    Google it, it’s public information how much the true leaders (Adelson and Kochs) of the GOP/Conservative movement have added to the campaigns. just because you want to ignore truth, unless Beck has told you otherwise, doesnt mean the rest of us have. Nitwit.

  • Anonymous

    Boy Rahm, looks like the libertarians are attracted to you like gnats.. maybe you need some bug killer…. lol

  • Anonymous

    Bet you it’s Ron Paul or Gary Johnson….

  • Anonymous

    Are you talking about someone who’s political record shows they missed 14% of their work days, and up until 2012 has sponsored 620 bills having 1 pass…..

  • http://profiles.google.com/jsulger jsulger

    Brian,

    Just like the stories about Romney that Glenn’s staff easily found, If you look just a little you too will see that the Mormon Church also has been one of the first to help with Katrina, the Hatti Disaster and also the Tsunami in Japan. It is about service to our fellow men, not about the publicity of what one does. In the grand scheme of things it will not matter to God what publicity you received but for what reasons you gave and where your heart was in doing so.
    As Gelnn always says. Investigate for yourself.You will not have a difficult time finding proof that is opposite to what you have posted above.

  • outlawed

    here’s the thing, I am a man of truth and believe in that a man should stand by his word. That will never happen period in politics. I want a president that is trust worthy and does actions that i see as i would only do. I’m not a huge fan of glenn beck either I simply look into his articles to get both sides of the story…. i don’t think Beck is in the middle by any means. It’s a tough choice but it is what everyone will vote on come November, people who don’t look into reading the truth or searching for it are the blind and ignorant ones that will vote for whom they like from front line media scandals

  • VindicatorX

    You’ve attacked so many people personally I don’t see how you could possibly know who you have offended. I don’t consider you much of anything but a weasel and a malcontent. Ever present, yet never welcome.

  • Anonymous

    It wasn’t even 10 days after the National Convention and Romney is backtracking. He can’t nullify Romney…..excuse me, Obama Care, it’s up to the States. He could suggest it be so, but with his tract record of being the first in our history to socialize medicine, and his recent flip flop on “parts” of Obama Care- I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    Where in four years, after Mitt takes office, do you propose we eliminate him from office? He just pulled the biggest heist (illegally) in history short of communism and the Democrat Party to REMOVE the only obstacle in his way to RETAIN him as president, Rahm.
    That would be YOUR Delegate whom the voter legally elected to represent your voice-your vote.

    Why do you think so many states like Texas, Montana, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Virginia, Nevada, New Mexico etc., protested on the floor of National Convention? John Boehner illegally over-rode the Delegates, and the laws, and the Constitution.
    This progressive fraud has no intention of reversing anything Obama has implemented- because his RECORD mirrors Obama’s.
    If you want to, I can post straight from the horses mouth -From the Delegates- Your Voice- on what, how, when, where and WHO orchestrated this travesty. Your a man of God- do you seek the Truth?

  • SoThere

    The President doesn’t have the power to nullify anything, that has to come from Congress or the SCOTUS. He can sign a bill nullifying it if it comes across his desk.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    I am not doing this with you so please just stop. I don’t want to fight you.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t fight, I present factual evidence.

  • Sandie

    Oh, I know full well what a Narcissist is – that is how/why I pegged him as one.

  • Anonymous

    True, SoThere. Yet his words, deeds cast serious doubt that he will. At this moment it is up to the States.

    The C.I.N.O.’s/ R.I.N.O.’s who by action and inaction having the power of the purse, can/do refuse from lack of leadership (John Boehner / Mitch McConnell) to accomplish it, though the American public would support them.

    All of this nonsense is about greed and power.

    It’s smoke and mirrors. They throw the public a bone, the public that is paying attention approve, then no action taken that possesses teeth.

    Unfortunately, we keep electing the same perpetrators to office-that is the true tragedy for our Nation…

  • MarsBarsTru7

    You’re misreading/misunderstanding me. Yeah, I’m critical of Beck in this particular case, but I’ve been listening/watching Beck for long enough to know that this particular issue isn’t a be-all end-all dividing issue for me from him. And I’m glad he’s not in the middle, because being a moderate in this country at this time means accepting socialism on a large scale.

    I don’t accept excuses (ie: ‘everyone does it’) for the positions and actions of the likes of Romney. Some people have more integrity than others. In Romney’s case, this is obvious. And it’s not just a lack of integrity that turns me off to him. I differ with him on fundamental issues, such as the NDAA 2012. It’s easy for me to make the call.

    Make whatever choice you feel compelled to make. But if I’m browsing and I see someone that identifies as a conservative saying something along the lines of how Romney is without flaws and is ‘squeaky clean’ and ‘such a perfect choice’, I’m going to jump in and say my piece whether it be Beck, you, or anyone else. And I would expect no less in return from you or anyone else that values their liberty.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    I don’t know. I’m going to write someone in. Maybe one of the Tea Party Republicans that voted against the NDAA bill. I have to figure it out before the end. Maybe Ron Paul. He’s just so off on a few key issues. The thing is, there is no doubting his integrity/his sincerity, or his economic knowledge. And, if I err I’d rather err on the side of liberty than on the side of tyranny.

  • Anonymous

    do some actual research like I did and realize that everything is different in context. no really, I researched everything he has said, everything he did as governor, every decision he has made and realized that as governor in a liberal state with an 85% democratic legislature, there was only so much authority he had to change things. There is no black and white in politics when you have to make decisions involving other people. He was not in a vacuum making these decisions. He vetoed over 800 bills and most were overturned. He has always been pro-life personally, but had a change of heart when it came to legislation he was faced with as governor. Ronald Reagan was pro-choice at one time and was also head of a union! Look at Reagan’s record as governor of liberal California–similar situation. People can change. Do I agree with every single thing Romney’s for or against? No, I don’t with anyone, but he is ten times the man Obama is and he is THE RIGHT MAN at THE RIGHT TIME. Obama and Romney are nothing alike. Please, stop with your insane accusations.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Gary Johnson isn’t on the table. I might write in Ron Paul. Again, if I err, I’d rather err on the side of liberty.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Rahm knows me well enough. I’ve been visiting this site for a long time and I like Rahm.
    I’m not Libertarian. I might be considered a Libertarian leaning conservative.
    So who are you, bug spray boy? (lol – snarky)

  • MarsBarsTru7

    I’m talking about not Romney and not Obama. Who are you talking about?

  • http://twitter.com/bobuda1 Bob Uda

    The lame-stream press/media are despicable. They should be protecting the American people from the government. Instead, they are heavily in support of Obama and his corrupt administration. The liberal/progressive press/media create news, manipulate the news, distort the news, and publish untruths. We need more freedom “from” the press than we need freedom “of” the press. I stopped watching the lame-stream media because all they produce is propaganda and garbage they call news. The press/media are nothing but a worthless outlet of political trash. There has got to be a change.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Read slowly: I know who the Koch brothers are. The Koch brothers do contribute to campaigns – it’s not news. I already knew. So does every rich person in America. You’re a nitwit because you’re specifically pointing out that they do it while ignoring that every single one of the left’s candidates also receives similar contributions from rich leftists. Also, of the wealthiest 1% most of them are contributors to Democrats, not Republicans.

    In contrast, the Koch brothers are Libertarians/Libertarian-leaning. One of them ran for President (David) as a Libertarian in 1980. They’re for smaller government and less overall government influence in the market. They’re not seeking corrupt favoritism like your lefty contributors. They’re seeking the abolition of corrupt favoritism. They’re not THE leaders of this movement. They are two leaders among many leaders.

    And Adelson is his own man. He often agrees with the Kochs and other prominent members of the right, but just like every other individual person on the planet, he has his own opinions and they don’t always reflect everyone else’s.

    Your position holds water like a wire screen. You’re a doofus. Get a clue lefty.

  • http://twitter.com/bobuda1 Bob Uda

    Obama was corrupt way before he was elected. He was a pothead in high school and college. So, don’t make such a comparison with Romney. Obama is the worst POTUS in U.S. history. You are a fool.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Did I defend Obama? I agree at this point, it is clear that Obama is the worst President in history. However, how does Obama’s failures vindicate Romney? Tip: They don’t. They’re separate issues. If you like Romney, go ahead and like him. Buy him a cake and flowers and post an I *heart* Romney sign in your front yard if you feel so compelled. But don’t pretend that he represents conservative values. I am a conservative and Romney does not represent me.

  • Lioness

    I totally agree with your point, but unfortunately we have been stripped of options. I would love to vote third party but there is no chance of that working out. At this point, the only reason to vote is based on the sole fact that Obama hates this country and for what it’s worth I don’t think Romney does. He is a RINO for sure, Ryan not so much. But Obama sympathizes with the Muslim extremist, what’s happening now and what he wrote in his book seems to coincide with his actions. Sending them money so they can build technology while shrinking our military. That’s scary as heck. Just giving them our drone to pick apart makes me wonder, what in the heck is he up to? And that uncanny ability to somehow block every attempt to make us energy independent. It just seems as though he wants to make that level playing field for everyone. The 2016 movie states that he sympathizes with the freedom fighter, and that he desires a level playing field for all countries. Although I don’t always rely on the opinion of others to formulate my own thoughts, this does seem to coincide with Obama’s own writing. And for the most part what in his actions has stated he wants anything else?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Troy-Silvester/100000256847966 Troy Silvester

    @MarsBarsTru7:disqus You feel like you’re in the Twilight Zone, because you are. A Vote for any other candidate for President IS a vote for Obama and in so doing YOU ARE VOTING FOR TYRANNY.

  • Lioness

    With all the options, we nominated Romney, I couldn’t believe it. In my state we keep voting in horrible democratic governors (Granholm, that kook that spoke at the DNC!) and then out of frustration they vote in a progressive republican. Then I hear people complain about how awful republicans are, completely clueless of the option they had to nominate someone better, but with less cash and air time.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Shana-Lynette-Jeffrey-Stone/513942808 Shana Lynette Jeffrey-Stone

    you are one sad human being! You can’t handle the fact that a humble God fearing man is going to win and get this country back to where it should be. I feel sorry for you.

  • Anonymous

    Did I attack you?
    NO!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Another attack when I never attacked you.
    Well done!!!

  • http://twitter.com/kirkweisler Kirk Weisler

    I think you may want to change your name to “Ax to Grind” and consider the very last word of your post here… “CONTEXT” which so many of your so called “FACTS” don’t take into account…or which you entirely mis-represent. But considering the amount of time you have spent on this post repeated trying to present your obviously close minded, single sided view…I suspect you get all your information from one source and one viewpoint and haven’t been looking for the truth and couldn’t recognize if it was right in front of you. My proof…well look at your so exhaustive list… not a single mention of a single virtue of Mitt Romney?! You would have us believe that this principled centered, Godly, family man is without any virtue or integrity?! Your bias, prejudice and ignorance is alarming…and quite telling. Argue his virtues and articulate the context of your list… much of which took place as he was GOV of one of the most liberal states in the Union and who – in spite of constant aggressive opposition… he managed an AMAZING turn around in a “NEW” (to him) game of politics playing by the rules of that game.

  • http://twitter.com/kirkweisler Kirk Weisler

    MarsBarsTru7 / the AXEGRINDER – dude let it go…you have convinced no one with your very mis-represented facts.

  • Anonymous

    You’ve got to be kidding me, now Glenn supports Romney?

    His man Santorum didn’t:http://www.glennbeck.com/2012/02/24/santorum-romney-in-bed-with-barack-obama-responds-to-attacks-from-arlen-specter/

  • Anonymous

    We need to have term limits for congress and the supreme court, otherwise they all feel supreme. They end up oweing each other favors.That does not end up doing us any favors.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    You do now but not the last time you were here. Like I said I don’t want to fight you or have it even turn into the mess last month I learned from my mistake I made with someone I care about two months ago. Please don’t put me through that again because right now I am still angry with you and I might not be able to control myself right now talking to you and I do not want to make the same mistake twice if you catch my meaning and I don’t want to make things more worse than things are now.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    Yes I do and I know you love this country as much as I do just because we disagree with a few things mean nothing to me. I think we need more tea party members at least you can vote for them if not Mitt.

  • SoThere

    You constantly attack people in every post you make here.

    Folks, strtlk is the face of the Liberal Progressives in this country, many are in our government.

    Save america from people like strtlk, Vote Conservative.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    Can’t disagree with that statement believe it or not my views on Mitt himself have not changed much since the last time we talked. It just that another four years of Obama terrifies me. I asked myself can we even live through another four years of Obama can this country stand intact. I would vote third party if it was any better but it is just the same crap so was Newt and Paul it doesn’t matter who you vote for as president because we’re just going to get the same B.S. as we did before. We should be putting more focus on putting more tea party members in the house and senate so we will have more control over which ever RINO wins. I just feel Mitt might be more workable because not only he is a RINO that love power he is also a politician and we can control them by having the louder voice that is why he flip flops. It is time to use the users.

  • http://www.facebook.com/john.martinez.961 John Martinez

    To know Romney a must read is Walter Martins Kingdom of the Cults. Reviews at amazon.com

  • Anonymous

    Well, now that we have qualified that you can Google a topic, then paraphrase it’s contents, good job. However, let’s see if you can quantify it, to actually rationally and logically view whats going here. I know the Koch brothers are Libertarians, but they will not finance that party as aggressively, simply because of it’s inability to will any major election. Hence the Romney surrogate. Being the second largest privately held corporation in the USA, especially in the refinement of oil and chemical business, they absolutely need government favoritism. That is why, percentage wise, they have contributed significantly more than any other private donor. Into the tens of millions of dollars, and possible hundreds, in donations have come from the Koch brothers, in an attempt to buy politicians who will vote with their interests in mind. The right vote saves them millions in taxes, or provides millions in subsidies, etc… So you tell me that they are just doing this to shrink government, or some other political rhetoric, and I return with you are the goofy, nit-witted and blind one. These donations are investments in their business, and they hoping they will pay off, because they are ultimately driven by greed.
    Adelson, I agree, is his own man, and he has extreme interest in Israel. This is why he gave twenty million to Newt, before giving millions to Mitt. He would like the next President to do all he can to protect Israel, and of course he too is looking for concessions for his gambling interests.
    So, overall, call me what you will, it doesn’t hurt my feelings. And you can continue to hide under the guise that these guys are just trying to help, but the reality is, they are only trying to help themselves.

  • http://www.facebook.com/patti.sullivanbrasgaradovich Patti Sullivan Brasga Radovich

    amen

  • http://www.facebook.com/patti.sullivanbrasgaradovich Patti Sullivan Brasga Radovich

    dude, you’re living in the past. watch the show tonite and maybe your blindness will miraculously heal…

  • http://www.facebook.com/patti.sullivanbrasgaradovich Patti Sullivan Brasga Radovich

    bottom line: a vote for anyone but romney, or a vote for noone, is a vote for obama! so please..get your head on staight

  • http://www.facebook.com/patti.sullivanbrasgaradovich Patti Sullivan Brasga Radovich

    now you just sound ignorant. seriously, stop

  • http://www.facebook.com/patti.sullivanbrasgaradovich Patti Sullivan Brasga Radovich

    watch the show!!! and let’s get rid of obama!!!! supreme court justice appts are looming!!!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/patti.sullivanbrasgaradovich Patti Sullivan Brasga Radovich

    amen

  • Anonymous

    I hate to burst your little dream world bubble, but mature people go through many phases in their lives. If you develop an open mind and are willing to educate yourself, you might actually change your mind on things. I know I have. Like a number of people have responded on here, context matters.
    In all honesty, while I don’t agree with all of his stated or past decisions, I still think Romney’s as amazing man in today’s world. There just doesn’t appear to me to be that many people of true character and honor out there today. Romney possesses both.
    Put him up against Obama the destructive, and I still believe Romney’s the best man for the job right now.

  • Anonymous

    I agree. Pity, feel sorry for them and pray for them. They know not how ignorant they are.

  • Anonymous

    No, it won’t change the truth, Mars. I just think you and the truth are strangers, that’s all. You have your mind set and you’re going to take a stand for it. I have to grudgingly admire with that. I don’t agree with you, but you are allowed your own opinion.

  • Anonymous

    Since you initially responded to my post, I can only believe you are writing about me when you make your quotes about Romney being “squeaky clean” and “such a perfect choice.” Go back and read my initial post, Mars. I did not use either phrase.
    You wrote in your initial post that there were a lot of words you would use about Romney, but “amazing” (which I acknowledge using) was not one of them. What I wrote was, “Mitt Romney IS the right man for this country at this time. I truly believe that there is no one more qualified than he is to help us stop the bleeding and start to heal this country. He’s no miracle worker, but he’ll do the job that’s needed to be done. Add in Paul Ryan and it’s going to be amazing!!!” My use of the word “amazing” was related to the addition of Paul Ryan.
    I stand by that statement. Just trying to keep things straight.

  • Anonymous

    Wow, that’s a suprise !!

  • Anonymous

    I’m perplexed you don’t recognize who’s record that is… ?.. doesn’t ring a bell yet… i’ll give you a hint.. the 1 bill passed was the sale of a old condemned federal building in Galveston…that is a demonstration of a person who is a real Tour de Force !!

  • Anonymous

    Oh, I just started coming here… haven’t been around long like you !!

  • SoThere

    Funny stuff. Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha

    Who know’s who’s who these days? LMAO

  • Anonymous

    yeah, what was that meant to do.. scare me… if he only knew..

  • Anonymous

    All you have to do is look up the delegates from each state… guess what, they are named on the internet… you will find a suprise by doing so !!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    Indeed.

  • Anonymous

    I didn’t realize we have a mutual friend i ask him contact you…. if you would like to contact me in the other rooms..

  • http://www.facebook.com/maugaoalii.pele Maugaoali’i Pele

    We are not perfect human beings…I think you’re the kind of a person that looks for the bad in people…if you voted for obama in 2008, and you’re better off..bravo to you…the good always override the bad in anything. Your man obamasama doesn’t have good blood run thrus his veins, and he doesn’t care one bit about you or this great country.

  • http://www.facebook.com/maugaoalii.pele Maugaoali’i Pele

    And, if you’re looking for the bad in people…look no further, it’s staring right at you…your man obamasama, and hope you’ll live in lalalala land the next 4 yrs of his administration.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    I can’t go to the other rooms but a few their know how to get a hold of me.

  • The Craig Machine

    That’s the whole problem, it is one big horror show. No thanks, I will not be part of voting for the lesser of two evils anymore. I have looked at Romney’s record and know what type of progressive judges he appoints.

    Romney and Obama are two sides of the same coin. A vote for Romney or Obama is a vote for the status quo in Washington DC. Romney’s recent high jacking of the GOP Delegates is further proof of this.

    There are only three candidates (Johnson, Obama, and Romney) on all fifty State’s ballots. There is only one proposing real fiscal and Constitutional sanity, Gary Johnson.

    Don’t vote out of fear, vote for what is right. Don’t be a slave to the two-party system, it’s how we arrived at this critical point in time. It couldn’t have happened without the help from both major parties.

    “The disorders and miseries which result gradually incline the
    minds of men to seek security and repose in the absolute power of an
    individual; and sooner or later the chief of some prevailing faction,
    more able or more fortunate than his competitors, turns this disposition
    to the purposes of his own elevation, on the ruins of public liberty.

    Without looking forward to an extremity of this kind (which
    nevertheless ought not to be entirely out of sight), the common and
    continual mischiefs of the spirit of party are sufficient to make it the
    interest and duty of a wise people to discourage and restrain it.

    It serves always to distract the public councils and enfeeble the
    public administration. It agitates the community with ill-founded
    jealousies and false alarms, kindles the animosity of one part against
    another, foments occasionally riot and insurrection. It opens the door
    to foreign influence and corruption, which finds a facilitated access to
    the government itself through the channels of party passions. Thus the
    policy and the will of one country are subjected to the policy and will
    of another.”

    - George Washington in his Farewell Address

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    I wonder if it is too late to vote this guy in. http://youtu.be/YfE83d1Spe0

  • Anonymous

    test

  • SoThere

    It works Steve. :)

  • Sandie

    LOL

  • Sandie

    Conf this wkend?

  • Sandie

    He flunked

  • Anonymous

    Michigan? Granholm was elected in ’03, correct?
    Lord, Lioness you have my sympathies.
    Although maybe headed in the right direction slowly, is it better?

    I know you have a Muslim problem. I have friends live there…Michigan used to be the crown jewel at one time, lovely state and the people are salt of the earth.
    Hugs to you, Lioness.

  • The Craig Machine

    “Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”

    -Patrick Henry

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Keeping things straight – Actually your words are: “Add in Paul Ryan and it’s going to be amazing!!!”
    In this sentence, amazing isn’t connected to “Ryan” or “Add in” (the addition of). The word “amazing” is attached to “it’s”. “It’s going to be amazing” leads me to believe you’re referring to Romney ‘doing the job that needs to be done’ from the previous sentence. Thus, by proxy, you’re attaching the potential of an “amazing” quality to Romney. If you meant something else, then you should change the sentence structure to reflect it.

    At this point I’ve had exchanges with at least half-a-dozen other people in this comments section. In addition to Beck’s segment, you can find plenty of examples of people referring to “squeaky clean” and “perfect choice” qualities attached to Romney. I directed that last post to “outlawed” about such statements. It was not referring solely to you.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Please feel free to point out a single falsehood that I’m promoting. If I’m a stranger to the truth, then everything I’ve typed is false. However, knowing that not to be the case, and realizing that you’re just making an over-the-top negative projection in reaction to my posts, I’m giving you the opportunity to point out any particular points on which you feel I’m a stranger to the truth.

    I’ll be waiting.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    You need to try some introspection. You’re projecting unfounded negative qualities to me because you disagree with my position. You’ve not addressed any of the points I’ve made, but instead ignored valid points and responded with pointless bloviating.

    I’ve never voted for a Democrat in my life. Moreover, I was warning people about Obama back when Obama was still a Senator.

    Get a clue.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Ignorant? How many of the issues I named did you know about before I brought it up here? I wonder how many of the other issues I didn’t even list here that you know about Romney?
    And stuff the melodrama. You know not what you do.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    “Dream world bubble” – Your the one with the bubble to burst. This little image of Romney that you’ve created doesn’t match the man’s history in positions of authority, not to mention his recently stated positions.

    “Put him up against Obama the destructive, and i still believe Romney’s the best man for the job right now.” – About the only worthwhile thing you had to say in that entire post. It’s your honest opinion, and that’s fair enough.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Reagan had an epiphany period, and stated as much. There is a clear point at which Reagan changed. And Reagan never supported population control advocates. Reagan never supported the likes of the NDAA.

    Comparing Romney to Reagan is the biggest farce short of comparing Obama to Reagan. Reagan would not vote for Romney. Reagan would be adamantly running against Romney and he would win because Reagan had integrity that stood up to scrutiny.

    None of Romney’s charitable acts erase his words and actions as a politician. In fact, they do nothing more than to make for a great contrast.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    I LOVE THAT QUOTE!

  • Anonymous

    These are very public facts that YOU are ignoring,
    and this is a free country. Every person has the inalienable right granted by God to express him or herself by Natural Law, recognized by our Founders as the foundational cornerstone of our country.

  • Anonymous

    Lioness, I believe some of the electorate place chains upon themselves. Nowhere in the Constitution does it state there are Democrats and Republicans.

    People have forgotten they hold the power in their hands now; it sure won’t be after this election, Romney’s nefarious deeds saw to that.

    Lioness, by your own words you believe me correct, and yet in the next sentence concede defeat to the Establishment, playing right into their hands. I want to know at what point in history did we think less of ourselves, our abilities to overcome obstacles that seemed insurmountable?

    Wasn’t it our faith in God, knowing he was the foundation of all we hold dear? Placing a higher faith in ourselves and His direction for us? Good Lord, think of the miracles George Washington was given, our whole history is based on Gods truths, his tenets to live by.

    When did we concede to defeat, knowing in our heart of hearts what is wrong, though He has provided all the wisdom for us?

    For no People will tamely surrender their Liberties, nor can any be
    easily subdued, when Knowledge is diffused and Virtue is preserved. On
    the Contrary, when People are universally ignorant, and debauched in
    their Manners, they will sink under their own Weight without the Aid of
    foreign Invaders. Samuel Adams

    Right is Might, Lioness.

  • Anonymous

    Your fear, Rahm, is what drives you into the arms of the ones who seek to subdue you.

    “I just feel Mitt might be more workable because not only he is a RINO
    that love power he is also a politician and we can control them by
    having the louder voice that is why he flip flops. It is time to use the
    users.”

    Do you even hear yourself? “…not only he is a RINO
    that love power…” It is the POWER that will make you slave to them, Rahm. It is the Power even now that drives you to vote for a man who’s record reflects exactly Obama’s.

    You want a hard truth that not many know outside of being a Delegate that IS your voice?

    BECAUSE OF ROMNEY-
    Quote:
    Among the still not publicied rules

  • Anonymous

    Yep @MarsBarsTru7:disqus is an Obama suicide voter.

  • Anonymous

    You are certainly right about that. And I’ve had a few conversations with those of your ilk. But I just don’t get it — why at this critical time in our nation there are those of you who feel the need to be an Obama suicide voter.

  • Anonymous

    You bet Nevada, they are all there from every state.
    Recognize any names? Do you want every delegate on my team? We meet every first Thursday-7pm at the courthouse, what level are the rest of the posters involved in? What is your level of involvement besides posting?

    This does not negate the truths in my posts. Trying to marginalize my God given right to possess my own opinions without others coming to rescue a pipsqueak like Rahm, who has no firm opinions on anything, that he doesn’t first get from you or others, is wrong.

    Addressing my post to him in a round ’bout way -is wrong. You have something to say, you say it to my face.

  • Anonymous

    I can see by your words you don’t believe the words written by our Founders. Casting dispersions by using “your ilk.” In this way you seek to marginalize me. Low, and a tactic of the left leaning “ilk.”

  • Anonymous

    Ummm — Hardly. I just know your type. You are unbendable — even as our Nation stands at the edge of a cliff, you will still cast your vote — an Obama suicide vote. You say you don’t support Obama, but in the end that’s who your vote, in all reality, really supports. I don’t get it, and I, for one, will never forget.

  • Anonymous

    Frankly Lioness, I don’t care what label they go by, as long as they adhere to the Declaration of Independence/ Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
    How about just plain American?

    Do you agree that the pinning of labels on folks is what has blinded many people to the available good people out in this land who feel the need to serve?

    It’s gotten so out of hand because they are using this to thwart efforts by the businessman down the street, the lay person who may possess common sense, a college graduate who aspires to correct the wrongs they may see around them; to not run for a local office or higher aspirations due to the climate that pervades our country.

    When does country come first and not choices that are presented to us from the old Establishment and detrimental to our country?

  • Lioness

    :):):)!

  • http://www.facebook.com/lola.n.warren Lola Nicol Warren

    MartsBarsTru7: I hope you realize that it isn’t wrong to change positiions on things! One thing you forget about Romney is that he is continually analyzing and figuring things out. Read Romney’s book, “No Apology” and it may help you understand the man I have come to know and whom I believe is the Man for the Most Important Moment in our history! I have gone through similar phases in my own life, starting as a Democrat until I realized, like the governor of New Mexico, “Darn, I’m a Republican!” Look for men of character who really want to SERVE our country, who are not looking for power, the spotlight or fame. That’s who Mitt Romney is–and he will make a great president!

  • The Craig Machine

    Patrick Henry’s famous speech is one of inspiration like so many of the Founding Fathers were. These were real men of character and their wisdom is just as relevant today as it was back then. They set a high standard to follow but that was what made us Americans and I pray still does.

    Here is a link to Patrick Henry’s speech in it’s entirety, in case you have never read it or if somebody else would like to. May it help give strength to those who feel powerless in the face of tyranny.

    http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/henry.htm

  • Lioness

    I’m sure you know by now I’m not big on labels or party politics. And of course I’m in agreement with this and your earlier post. It’s not as if I’m defeated by any means, like I said the actual ideology of the individuals, Mitt and Obama is what I’m basing my vote on. I do believe that Obama really hates us.

    Aside from all that, It’s really up to the individual in all of this. No matter who we elect, it really won’t change the mindset of others. That’s truly an individual struggle, years of relearning self reliance and personal responsibility. Each individual can touch another by their actions creating a chain reaction. Those in power only obtain that power because we give it to them, not through votes but by our actions or in the case of the welfare state, our inaction. The idea that we could be motivated to fix this problem with out any major revolution is probably a fantasy at this point, unfortunately people have a tendency to take action when the crap hits the fan. I wish we could spiritually evolve beyond this primal behavior, perhaps not yet, but I still have faith.

  • Anonymous

    Lioness, I respect your voice, and also your words. At this point, please, may we gather in His name to provide guidance and adherence to His word?

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    I rather have RINO politician than a RINO radical. How many more have to die in Obama’s supported revolutions? How many more need to lose their job? How many seniors have to throw off a cliff? How many first amendment freedoms does Obama have to burn? How many times does he have to give our freedoms away to the alter of the U.N.? Have you forgotten what leader we have now? Politician can be reasoned with radicals cannot. This country will be destroyed by another four years of Obama and you know it and have told me so. I mean what in the hell would you have me do watch my country burn watch drive this country off a cliff at a 100 miles an hour. Sure Mitt is all most the same but a rather get to the off the cliff 50 than 100. At least we can slow this dang thing down so we have a country in the next four year. This is and is only about survival if we don’t act now than I fear we never act at all. We have to slow the bus down before we can stop the thing and Mitt will do that that is why the progs are trying to accuse him of murder that is why their trying everything in their power to stop this because they know that it will slow them down. I will not sit be with this country on fire and I know you feel the same we just have two different ideas on how to do it. Like I said before we can prevent crapy choices like this monster shoved in our face and yes I still think Mitt is a crapy choice and if we are ever going to fix that we need to change the hearts and minds of the people that is what we should be all focusing on right now instead going after each other because I am sick of the choices we always get last time it was McCain now this. like my favorite band says this is the war on the mind and we are losing that war and Mitt is proof of that but what good does it do with we do not act with what we got if we don’t even try to slow things down? I know you don’t want to have another four years of Obama as much as I do and the only way we make to the RINO extinct is changing the countries heart. You can’t do that by throwing rock on the outside.

  • VindicatorX

    Your presence here is an attack and I take it personally when you attack my friends – that is what friends do – they stick up for each other. I know that concept is totally lost on you, but if you ever get a friend, you will learn it is one of the best things in life.

    Poor strtlk, no friends, just bitterness and enmity for the rest of the world.

  • Anonymous

    For some reason you seemed to want to make a point that no one has the rights like you do that don’t carry a GOP card… You are mistaken. I know, I as well as many others have every right… we were white and green card carriers, and some now red, white and blue with Service connected stamped right on them… so we are the ones that helped give you a place to carry your GOP card… is that clear enough ?

  • Anonymous

    i have had 3 different posts removed that outlined the Libertarian Party Platform from their website, from the Libertarian conference in Las Vegas may 2012….. seems that GB has turned to censorship on releasing the facts on the Libertarian Party Platform….. I can see the reason, I would be embarrassed of the that Platform also.

  • Anonymous

    People do a Google search on Libertarian Party Platform… and choose the first Link.. It outlines what the Libertarian Party supports, Abortion, Gay Rights, Drug use, Felons having guns, unlimited amount monopolies like the electric company may charge, no limits on interest a company can charge…. I have tried many times to post it. However, GB has sensored and removed my post.. please look it up to find the truth..

  • Anonymous

    strtlk, ever since you stopped going by Clayboy… you have lost it.. a year or two ago i could debate with you and others,, reasonably and sometimes we would come to a consensus, and other times we wouldn’t and disagree.. However, now you seemed to forget those facts that you based your arguments on and resorted to this troll tactic. So when you want to debate just say so…. and others may treat you with respect – although we may disagree..

  • Anonymous

    I have plenty of devoted friends and family members.
    I think it is cute that you consider glenn beck to be a friend.
    What a fantasy land you must live in?

  • Anonymous

    Sorry, but I don’t know Clayboy.
    Good luck in tracking him/her down.

  • Anonymous

    Well that is to bad… because at least he was worthy of respect..

  • Sandie

    Post it again but near the top demand that they do something about strtlk and Vic, on behalf of everyone who posts here.

  • Anonymous

    Ok. Whatever.

  • Anonymous

    Well i don’t know if you haven’t realized we are not here for Beck… Alot of people here know each other and each others families and have each others phone number etc… So your Beck comments are a bit childish, we come here to talk to each other and comment of events that effect us all….. wish you would realize that and do the same… Beck doesn’t drive the comments .. all of us do ( you included) so if you have something to contribute why not do so? Rather than saying the same old thing about Beck over and over again… put some meat on the bone !!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    Do me a favor e mail me your proof so I can go over it with closely and take my time with it because if you think it that important I want to see it.

  • Anonymous

    You should have read my reply about saying it to her face… However, it has been removed…. with the other 4 replies i have already made… guess if you can’t take the heat …. just delete it… LOL

  • Anonymous

    just had two more removed in reply to bone 2 pick … I guess my red, white and blue card with “Service Connected” on the front doesn’t compare to her GOP card….

  • Anonymous

    Sandie, why would i do that… it was only the Libertarian Party Platform, and i’ll add that it was a clean post…. you know that…

  • Anonymous

    Now that 3 of my replies to you in this very spot have been deleted you are becoming to appear very cowardice….

  • Anonymous

    Rahm, right above your comment here i have posted 4 different comments.. unforturtunately some people when confronted with facts are to cowardice to refute those facts.. and simply delete them..

  • Anonymous

    No you don’t you just CENSOR factual evidence…. funny you may just find alot of information spread all over this website by a bunch of socks..

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    All I seek is the truth and only the truth maybe she does have something maybe not but I do know one thing that this country will not live for another four year under Obama. Yes Mitt not my first choice but a slowdown is better than flooring it and praying to God that you make to the other side. It is suicide.

  • Anonymous

    I find it rather peculiar that some people try to say they are standing on principles and hold an ideology that contains no consensus and no give and take… then complain about gridlock in Washington.. These people are a perfect representation of exactly what is wrong in Washington… They may say it based on principles.. However, if it was true, our founders would still be working on the Constitution and Bill of Rights because it would never come to a consensus.. We all most give a little to gain a little, we must compromise sometimes and dispute other times… that is part of what the foundation of this country is about..

  • Anonymous

    I couldn’t agree with you more… I was going back and forth between Cain and Newt. I know Newt has a lot of baggage but he sure took clinton to the ground with the budget issue and knows alot about Washington and alot of dirty tricks. However, the GOP picked Romney (not Paul or Johnson or Newt for that matter)… now it is time to say to ourselfs that the consensus of our party has chosen Romney .. so i will stand behind him and Ryan 100%.. I see these other odd balls as spoiled children, throwing a temper tantrum, and not valuing the basic fundemental principle – that we have already reached a consensus…. every other canidate had their time in the spotlight and has failed..

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    Too bad that whole “rape” thing got in the way of Cain I wanted him to win so badly. I don’t buy the charges at all. I feel he stood a chance before that ah what could have been. Maybe we could have played the race card on the left for a change. It seems so odd to me that we even need to have this discussion to begin with. What is the third party offer open broader in a time the economy is in the craper. Another four years of Obama. Her heart is in the right place she fears for this country as much as we do but she does not realize that we have no choice in the matter vote for Mitt or kiss this country good bye.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Fred-Tagtmeier/100001143990516 Fred Tagtmeier

    It is apparent that Mit Romnet is the type of individual that our country needs . He has a heart for those in need and has showed that has compassion. He has my support and vote along with all of those that I know. I also feel that he has the strength to stand up for our rights and country. God Bless America.

  • Anonymous

    Are you done chewing on that bone? or do you have any meat to put in your comment

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, there is no hole deep enough that the Obama campaign will not sink to to win… it is really unfortunate when you consider this is the President of the United States.. with a morals and ethics of someone in the projects….

  • VindicatorX

    No, unlike you and your pretend world, I live in the real one, and I have never met nor posted anything that states Beck is my friend or ally. Sorry but you will have to continue being the total loser that you are.

  • Anonymous

    That may be one form of leadership, however they are more effective ways of leadership. One is if you want to find out about what your strong and weak points are you go to the closest people to the action. For Instance, if you want to find out about border security meet with border patrol agents… don’t go an give a speech to them.. meet them one on one and ask each one you meet with, what we are doing right, what we are doing wrong and what and how to make improvements. The leader in this case the President should be taking notes, not the border patrol agents. This gives you (someone in a leadership position) a true sense of what is happening and where we need to make improvements. This is the same in big business, the best information comes from the bottom. Rather than someone like Obama who sits in his big cushy chair and thinks he has more insight than someone on the front lines…

  • Judy

    Thank you for setting record straight!

  • Judy

    This has become a pissing contest!! Stop, enough is enough!

  • Anonymous

    Ahhh, let the poor guy rev up the base… check out his likes and dislikes…..

  • Judy

    A vote for Johnson is a vote for Obama!

  • The Craig Machine

    A vote for Romney is the same as a vote for Obama!

    Good Job!

  • The Craig Machine

    “There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong,
    but the middle is always evil. The man who is wrong still retains some respect
    for truth, if only by accepting the responsibility of choice. But the man in
    the middle is the knave who blanks out the truth in order to pretend that no
    choice or values exist, who is willing to sit out the course of any battle,
    willing to cash in on the blood of the innocent or to crawl on his belly to the
    guilty, who dispenses justice by condemning both the robber and the robbed to
    jail, who solves conflicts by ordering the thinker and the fool to meet each
    other halfway. In any compromise between food and poison, it is only death that
    can win. In any compromise between good and evil, it is only evil that can
    profit. In that transfusion of blood which drains the good to feed the evil,
    the compromiser is the transmitting rubber tube . . .

    When men reduce their virtues to the approximate, then evil acquires the force
    of an absolute, when loyalty to an unyielding purpose is dropped by the
    virtuous, it’s picked up by scoundrels—and you get the indecent spectacle of a
    cringing, bargaining, traitorous good and a self-righteously uncompromising
    evil.” -Ayn Rand

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    Yes could not agree with you more. There is too much lunacy going on on both sides. Reagan did it of course he ended up getting stab in the back for it but at least he tried to get the spending down. Also what about the three fifths clause and all the other compromising they did. It is not evil to do so as long as it is more of a gain than curse. I don’t understand why they feel the need to the progs do it all the time and look how far they made it in their plans to change the country why can’t we use that against them. Sadly I don’t see the Dems compromising a few might but there are a lot of wing nuts out there.

  • Anonymous

    “like my favorite band says this is the war on the mind and we are losing that war and Mitt is proof of that…”

  • Anonymous

    Then you must feel the same about the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

  • Lioness

    We are of different spiritual persuasions yet I always feel a kinship towards those who follow a loving faith. I appreciate your thoughts.

  • jimbob

    It was NOT a VA Hospital. It was a HOMEESS SHELTER !!

  • The Craig Machine

    Not in the least. The problem with your argument/point? is that I don’t think the Constitution and Bill of Rights was a compromise between good and evil. Apparently you do?

    Never before in history has there been a country such as ours so the debate over the right amount of governance with the proper checks and balances is a variable and not an absolute so therefore can not be considered a compromise with evil or wrong. Where as if you have somebody that consistently lies and wishes to strip individuals of their God Given Rights, that is absolutely evil and any compromise with such is evil. You do believe in good and evil/right and wrong don’t you?

    “…a frequent recurrence to fundamental principles…is absolutely necessary to preserve the blessings of liberty and keep a government free.”

    -Benjamin Franklin

    No offense but I will take the council of our Founders.

    With all your talk in other posts about bi-partisanship and working for consensus, I take this to mean you are more than happy to compromise principles at anytime with Obama, Pelosi, and Reid in the spirit of bi-partisanship? Does this mean you will be more than happy to form another consensus with the majority if Obama happens to be re-elected?

    Do we need a monthly consensus on what our inalienable rights are since we are supposed to change our principles at the slightest inconvenience or at the behest of others? If we do then they are not principles, we stand for nothing and deserve nothing more.

    “A general Dissolution of Principles & Manners will more surely overthrow the Liberties of America than the whole Force of the Common Enemy. While the People are virtuous they cannot be subdued; but when once they lose their Virtue they will be ready to surrender their Liberties to the first external or internal Invader. How necessary then is it for those who are determin’d to transmit the Blessings of Liberty as a fair Inheritance to Posterity, to associate on publick Principles in Support of publick Virtue.”
    -Samuel Adams

  • Sandie

    I know that and you know that , but there is something here that isn’t right. Either the site is remiss, or there is a malevolent hacker involved.

  • Sandie

    Give it a little time to see if the post shows up – Vic made the same complaint about disappearing posts, but they just took a little longer to display than usual, and then they appeared in an area that he didn’t expect. However, I have made a complaint to Becks, it was passed along and subsequently ignored even though it dealt with his vilifying adversaries who have attacked and defiled his other guests who have actually gone on the line to support him. This is a situation that ALL of his guest posters must make him aware of and not stop until the situation is resolved appropriately.

    Becks contact part of the site gives not only a few email addys, but a couple phone numbers we can use to make an impression. If there is only one of us or two, they may be inclined to brush it off. We need a multitude of us to complain, with examples, demanding action for their transgressions, (especially effective if some who are complaining are money paying subscribers making their statuse clear!)

  • Sandie

    SN, pls make a c/p copy of your post so when I make the case to GB there is proof, what when where etc.

  • Sandie

    Yes – are you maybe misunderstanding something I said?

  • Sandie

    So now it is either waste a vote on a third party who has been proven not able to win ( all one has to do is check the polls) which assures Obama gets back in. or vote for the “lesser evil” as some see Romney. What they do will either assure Obama another term (vote 3rd party), or get him out (vote Romney) so we have a better chance next time! Romney at least has a far better chance of getting this economy and government back on track!

  • Sandie

    Well said SN

  • Anonymous

    Maybe you cut and paste without reading your Ayn Rand post: “There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil.”
    Sounds like you don’t support a consensus .. Make up your mind! If the middle is always Evil then the Constitution and Bill of Rights is Evil.

  • Anonymous

    Come on, what album is that, the “Libertarian Hillbillies Greatest Hits”.. they’re probably losing their mind from bad distillery practices !! Remember use copper not lead…

  • Anonymous

    Well i doesn’t exactly take a rocket physicist to conclude Obama sympathizes with freedom fighters and the muslim radicals !!

  • Anonymous

    So are you saying the Libertarian Party Platform that Supports Abortion, Supports Same-Sex Marriage, Open Immigration, Supports Drug use, pornography,Prostitution. Freedom of Trade to all countries including hostile countries (like Iran) and wants to repeal Trade agreements to our allies, Felons should have the right to bear arms… the government should NOT have the right to limit the amount a monopoly may charge (so the electric company can charge $1,000 per Kwh if they would like, and no minimum Wage ….
    This is the basis of your moral fiber…. sounds like your party takes the legalized Drug Use provision alittle to seriously… “Just say no to Drugs”

  • The Craig Machine

    In all actuality, you have proven mine.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe you forgot the consensus between the Federalist and Anti-Federalist… or do you just exclude that from history to support your mendacious theory..

  • Anonymous

    I suppose the Federalist and Anti-Federalist concensus didn’t occur in your eyes… The constitution and the demands for a bill of rights would have never occured. But as you have stated you have proven your point in your own mind..

  • Anonymous

    SN, ask Rahm, they’re his favorite band. ;-)

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEhRucEVzH8&feature=share&list=PL5FABE780A13D231D Rahm Kota

    Yes I did say that and believe it but what you are doing is fighting an act of God remember God picks are leaders and he put Mitt there for a reason. What that is don’t ask me I have a hard enough time trying to figure out why God stuck me in the mess of a job I am in. you might as well as be trying to fly out of a black hole try as hard as you cannot even light can escape the will of a black hole as we cannot escape God’s will. You of all people know that better than most maybe even better than I do. You should do what I have done. Drop as much stress as you can and question your own life and beliefs and compare it to Jesus’ own life and his beliefs if you don’t find any character flaws than you not looking. I am not judging you by any means but we all have to in order to be more like him. Take two months at it and really dig this is my challenge to you.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Carl-Robbins/100001927336223 Carl Robbins

    So (assuming your not a liberal disseminate spook) we should
    welcome the final term of the most destructive enemy this country
    has ever known as President? I vote for anyone but Barack Obama
    because another term means certain death to whats left of this
    countries constitution and economy. I find objections like yours
    at this point to be highly suspicious and usually disingenuous.

  • The Craig Machine

    Nevada was afraid you might be swayed with the words of wiser men so he wished to try to marginalize myself and others as trolls. I am sure you already know that Marsbars and Bone2Pick are no trolls and I assure you that I am neither a Libertarian nor a troll, just a Conservative that believes in the Constitution.

    “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” –Socrates

    “How strangely will the Tools of a Tyrant pervert the plain Meaning of Words!” -Samuel Adams

    “Every difference of opinion is not a difference of principle. We have called by different names brethren of the same principle.” -Thomas Jefferson, First Inaugural Address, March 4, 1801

  • The Craig Machine

    I have already answered your question, you are incapable of understanding it because your moral compass is missing. According to you there is no good and evil or right and wrong so it is quite clear nothing is to be gained by conversing with you further.

    “Every difference of opinion is not a difference of principle. We have
    called by different names brethren of the same principle.” -Thomas
    Jefferson, First Inaugural Address, March 4, 1801

    “[T]o preserve the republican form and principles of our Constitution
    and cleave to the salutary distribution of powers which that [the
    Constitution] has established… are the two sheet anchors of our Union.
    If driven from either, we shall be in danger of foundering.”
    -Thomas Jefferson, letter to Judge William Johnson, June 12, 1823

    “The general Principles, on which the Fathers Achieved Independence, were the only Principles in which that beautiful Assembly of young Gentlemen could Unite, and these Principles only could be intended by them in their Address, or by me in my Answer. And what were these general Principles? I answer, the general Principles of Christianity, in which all those Sects were united: And the general Principles of English and American Liberty, in which all those young Men United, and which had United all Parties in America, in Majorities sufficient to assert and maintain her Independence. Now I will avow, that I then believed, and now believe, that those general Principles of Christianity, are as eternal and immutable, as the Existence and Attributes of God; and that those Principles of Liberty, are as unalterable as human Nature and our terrestrial, mundane System. I could therefore safely say, consistently with all my then and present Information, that I believed they would never make Discoveries in contradiction to these general Principles. In favor of these general Principles in Philosophy, Religion and Government, I could fill Sheets of quotations from Frederick of Prussia, from Hume, Gibbon Bolingbroke, Reausseau and Voltaire, as well as Newton and Locke: not to mention thousands of Divines and Philosophers of inferior Fame.” –John Adams

    Still going to argue against principles? LOL (rhetorical question)

    Wise up and have a nice evening!

  • Lioness

    The only ones I mess with are those who think socialism is trendy. Your fine. I do have a libertarian slant for sure, but labels are so difficult, I always find something to disagree with:)

  • Anonymous

    mmmmm bye

  • Lioness

    Actually I’m a conservative libertarian (not liberal), I think you might have mistyped. I’m assuming there are many who would benefit from the downfall of America for many reasons. Glenn actually did a good job of following the money to Soros, but I’m sure there’s more spooky dudes out there.

  • VindicatorX

    Actually, TCM, I have to question your true motives. Aren’t you a proponent of Ron Paul? Your candidate isn’t in the running and at his age this was his last shot. Sorry, but that’s the breaks. You are now faced with a choice of voting for the GOP, voting for an unbridled socialist who for the past four years has nearly ruined this country, or throwing your vote away. That’s what we are all facing, and while it isn’t pretty, or perfect, I think you will have to agree that getting rid of the current regime is favorable to letting him finish the job of breaking America. It’s what we’ve got, there are no other choices left.

  • Anonymous

    Lioness, what part of conservative am I not getting of the Liberatarian Party Platform 1.4 supporting abortion, 1.2 making drug use legal, 1.3 supporting gay rights, 1.6 felons and anyone can have non-documented guns….

    Doesn’t sound to conservative to me… but maybe I’m old school

  • The Craig Machine

    If you bothered to ever read anything and get informed, you would know who I support and don’t.

    I have to question you true intent because you are advocating for Collectivism.

  • http://twitter.com/MarilynBr MarilynBr

    So who are you going to vote for?

  • VindicatorX

    I don’t know where you got that, but never the less you don’t read very well. I never said anything that supports collectivism, furthermore, if you cared to look at things in a rational mood you would be aware that I was not attacking you. I’ve had an eyeful of your comments and you seem a bit aggressive and irrational to me.

    Try to calm down and maybe cut back on the caffeine and the energy drinks.

  • The Craig Machine

    I judge a man by his actions, not his words. Your actions speak volumes about you whether you want to admit it or not.

    You and your buddy Steve are the ones that obviously have reading problems. You have been exposed as RINO’s.

  • Lioness

    Sort of old school, but actually it’s more a part of your religion. I do support gay rights, and gun rights (but all of my research on libertarians, we don’t support felons having undocumented guns, that must be specific individuals, we are made up of those after all). Making drug use legal has its ups and down, I agree that just letting drugs run amuck would be bad for sure. But perhaps there is a happy medium (I have ideas if you want me to elaborate), we can all agree that we’re not winning the war on drugs (education is much more beneficial). I’m personally against abortion and see absolutely no reason for late term abortion, but that being said some do not share the same beliefs as I do as to when life begins, it’s a religion thing again, and something I cannot dictate. That’s a libertarian in a nut shell. Also this whole middle east thing is a mess, we should be aligned with Israel for sure, but right now we need to get out of that mess, beef up our defense and be ready to aid Israel when they request it. We both agree on self reliance and personal responsibility, despite a few differences in social beliefs we are on the same side.

  • VindicatorX

    Looks like you are the Rhino here.

  • Sandie

    Funny how his avatar sports a rhino’s horn … LMAO

  • SoThere

    Funny stuff. LMAO

  • MarsBarsTru7

    What you posted here is nonsense and garbage, and not worth responding to with any effort. You’re projecting and distorting to qualify your personal opinion. Nothing more. Feel free to respond or refrain. Yet, unless the unlikely event occurs in which you submit something of substance, do not expect another response from me in kind.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    I don’t memorize such statistics. I doubt you do either. Keep ‘em around for cut&paste so you feel like you’ve refuted Ron Paul supporters?

    The irony here is that your pathetic attempt to use the statistic concerning Ron Paul’s “success record” in passing bills doesn’t reflect negatively on Ron Paul at all. On the contrary, it reflects positively on the man as just one more example of how he recognizes what really needs to be done in D.C. Strip government layers, not build them up.

    So what are you anyway? Some kind of political cheerleader? Put your pom poms down and consider the merit of your position. There’s nothing inherently good in getting bills passed in Congress, especially when the size and complexity of our government is already unsustainable. Citing a statistic on the number of successfully passed bills any given member of Congress has been behind like a scorecard for a football team is nothing less than overt stupidity.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Did I? You’re projecting a strawman to support your own untenable position. I didn’t give the Libertarian Party any more of an endorsement than I did the Republican Party. And, considering the fact that I made a comment elsewhere in this same comments section that I wouldn’t vote for Gary Johnson because I considered him pro-murder (in contrast to Pro-Life), you’re making yourself out to be a real jackass.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Ideas and policies stand on their own merit. Your position is that you would qualify Romney based on his leadership experience “on the front lines”? What kind of leadership experience? What has he done “on the front line”? Is he qualified by his willingness to take notes? To do what?

    Whoever is elected President is bound by the Constitution, and the job description is defined by it. The President is not a leader in the sense of setting policies effecting every aspect of our lives. It is not the role of the President to manipulate the economy or our culture. It is not the role of the President to ensure success or promise security. It is not the role of the President to create laws. The role of the President is to be the chief protector of our sovereignty as a nation and our sovereign liberties as individual citizens. In fulfilling this role the President also has the authority to appoint ambassadors.

    Your position is invalid.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    And you may want to change your name to “Romney’s Boy”. Or, how about “Fallacy Man”.

    When someone else is making the case for a politician you find yourself set against, presenting them as being virtually flawless, do you turn around and qualify the politician’s merits? No, you point out the flaws that you see in that politician.

    I would assume that you don’t support Obama. If that is correct, then by your logic you should make your way to the nearest Pro-Obama website and start counting his merits.

    I’m not here to quibble about whether Romney is qualified or not. I’m here to make the case against him as a choice for conservatives and libertarians. I’m commenting here to refute the premise of Beck’s segment claiming that there are no faults to find with Romney and that he’s just a great generous fella. In doing so, excuse me while I refrain from citing all the most wonderful things there is to know about the guy.

    The of the likes of *you* criticizing *me* for being one-sided… You couldn’t even concede a single point, but instead universally dismissed them as out of context. And no, they’re not “facts”. They’re just plain facts.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Oh, excuse me while I bow out so that no one responds to contradict people you agree with. Your will is my command.

    Tip: if you don’t want to participate or read it, don’t. Oh yeah, and get a grip.

  • The Craig Machine

    It’s RINO. Republican-In-Name-Only not Rhino. You are the one supporting one of the two collectivist candidates not me, so by default, you are. Your pathetic assertions have no merit so quit projecting, the truth will always expose you and your ilk.

    Still can’t stop with the socks can you?

    “The greatest guilt of today is that of people who accept collectivism by moral default; the people who seek protection from the necessity of taking a stand, by refusing to admit to themselves the nature of that which they are accepting; the people who support plans specifically designed to achieve serfdom, but hide behind the empty assertion that they are lovers of freedom, with no concrete meaning attached to the word; the people who believe that the content of ideas need not be examined, that principles need not be defined, and that facts can be eliminated by keeping one’s eyes shut. They expect, when they find themselves in a world of bloody ruins and concentration camps, to escape moral responsibility by wailing: “But I didn’t mean this!””
    (Ayn Rand)

    Have a nice day RINO!

  • VindicatorX

    I still have yet to see where you get I support collectivism – what ever that is. Have you got some deep seated psychological problem? You write but it makes no sense.

    If you have a problem with socks, why then are you using one yourself?

    If you aren’t witty enough to get the RINO/Rhino stuff, then don’t get all fizzy on me. I didn’t pick your avatar.

    Never read Ayn Rand, so quoting won’t help your case.

    I could start giving you a lesson in the physics of firearms and projectile trajectories, but I am sure you wouldn’t find it very supportive of my beliefs. Why do you jump to conclusions as if you know me, and then make yourself look foolish for doing it? Do you have a thing for pain?

    Please find your fix somewhere else. I am not your enemy, never have been. What you need is to remove the chip from your shoulder – even as a fashion statement they were highly overrated.

  • Anonymous

    I did not say no such thing…. it seems your struggling with your reading comprehension…. try reading it again, I’ll be await a coherent reply…. Alot of CEO’s use the method… however, you must be ignorant of this method of management..

  • Anonymous

    And you also made a statement you may write in Ron Paul… play stupid if you like… however everyone can see through your hyperboles

  • Anonymous

    You don’t memorize statistics and then want to talk about Ron Paul… simply ironic you haven’t figured out whos record that is..

  • Anonymous

    Maybe you haven’t read the1.3 of the Libertarian Party Platform or 1.6 about having any restrictions on firearms…. or maybe you like the idea of unregulated monopolies like the electric company with not cap that they may charge consumers 2.3…
    This exerpt from 1.6 may clarify the issue:
    “We oppose all laws at any level of government requiring registration of, or restricting, the ownership, manufacture, or transfer or sale of firearms or ammunition.” There are no exclusions for any reason !!

  • The Craig Machine

    Yawn

  • Anonymous

    And a man of NO action … how many bills has he passed out of 620 bills up until the beginning of 2012….. Unless you consider (1 bill) the sale of a decrepit building in galveston a stellar record.. I think inept politician is a better description.

  • Anonymous

    Craig you marginalize yourself,, I don’t believe i’ve said anything to lioness, but since you can’t make a point i can fully understand your codswallop to draw other people to try to help you with your craven remarks..

  • Anonymous

    maybe he forgot it’s puff, puff,,,,,,,,PASS…

  • Anonymous

    Sorry Tea Party…. but your amentia has distorted that in your head..

  • Lioness

    I don’t agree with that, but I’m an individual. Perhaps a label is not appropriate for me, I agree with much of the libertarian platform though in regards to social issues, but I do understand that you have to stand for what you believe. We will, as individuals, not agree on every detail, but we do agree on lowering taxes and shrinking government. We need to focus on that, all of the other stuff is really irrelevant at a federal level and should be left to the states.

  • VindicatorX

    Bogart wasn’t just a movie star…

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Here it is again, the “man of no action” crap. He did his job properly, with ingegrity, understanding that the most important thing he could do to uphold the Constitution at this point was to vote “NO!” against the expansion of government. As such, his record is impeccable.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Stop being juvenile. SoThere knows me too. Stop trying to grasp for backup. “Heh, yeah, let’s get em guys…”
    If I only knew what tough guy? If I only knew how special you were in the real world? You can’t win in the exchange of ideas so now you’re going to attempt to flex some kind of real world prestige muscle? Give me a break. Grow up you juvenile wannabe cyberbully.
    Part of your problem is you assume far too much. You thought you knew just who I was and what kind of person I was because I’m critical of Romney. What a small bubble you must live in. And even now after it is obvious I’m not what you thought you can’t let it go.
    Get a clue. “if he only knew…” What a joke!

  • MarsBarsTru7

    There’s no pretense or dishonesty on my part. What about you? A psuedo conservative that qualifies the merit of public officials by how many bills they pass. Democrats pass a lot more bills than Republicans. You must loooove them.

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Work this out slowly – Originally, I didn’t even care who you were referring to as it was irrelevant in response to my comment to Rahm. After you responded a second time to me in this thread of comments I thought about it for a couple seconds and figured out (assumed correctly) who you were referring to with your peurile attempts to be clever. That’s why I named Ron Paul in that last comment. It’s baffling to me that you couldn’t perceive that much. Are you reading while impared?

  • MarsBarsTru7

    I’m sure for a guy like you that is a cheerleader for politicians that pass a lot of bills the number of likes and dislikes is extremely important. Keep trying. Someday you’ll reach your magic number and that will validate everything you’ve ever advocated… *rolleyes*

  • MarsBarsTru7

    Oh contraire, it is those of you advocating votes for Romney that are the suicide voters. Financial and Constitutional suicide.

  • Anonymous

    Passing ONE Bill in all those years is just alittle below the par that i am willing to pay some to live in washington !!

  • Anonymous

    Oh you are Canny and were just playing dumb….. I get it now… OK

  • Anonymous

    I guess having 1 bill through the said time period is up to your standards…. big suprise ..

  • Anonymous

    Good one… lol

  • Anonymous

    I can agree with that, but if that was truly the case you think it would be removed from your platform… since it is irreleveant to your party.. and other issues like the cap on what a monopoly can charge – really would be a mess on the state level rather than the federal level. However, gun laws currently very widely from state to state and in some instances like Nevada from city to city….

  • Anonymous

    If that is an impeccable record… you must be using the dunce curve..

  • Anonymous

    If you consider selling a condemned building in 620 bills a Tour de Force…. then maybe you need to increase what you consider a stellar individual…

  • VindicatorX

    Thanks!

  • Lioness

    I think like with anything, we never really fit a label. I like Mark Levin and Hannity who has admitted himself he has libertarian views, I agree with so much of Stossel and Greg Gutfield’s views and they are libertarian. I can’t be fully “conservative” because I believe in gay rights, yet I can’t be fully “libertarian” because I don’t believe in anarchy (as some do). So the label is probably not as relevant as our desire to shrink this overbearing government. Have a good one!

  • Anonymous

    if you believe in gay rights you can be Libertarian…and abortion that’s part of the Libertarian Party Platform…. So don’t believe the mendacious comments you hear…. Read what the party itself has to say…..heck i probably made your day….. :-)
    Libertarian Party Plafform http://www.lp.org/platform 1.3 and 1.4

  • Anonymous

    So, Obama’s desire to place us in total subjection to the government doesn’t matter to you? Are you already a Muslim, or will you have to convert?

  • Anonymous

    @MarsBarsTru7:disqus
    These are not distortions, silly, the amount of money given, and the reasons for the donations, to Romney and Newt by the Kochs and Adelsont are documented fact. My apologies for providing you fact, I know it can be confusing when compared to your Beck spun rhetoric.
    Just to be clear, I didn’t ask for a reponse from you in the first place, you are the one that initiated it. I would appreciate the no further response, as well, awesome. Nothing Follows.

  • Lioness

    But as I said, I’m assuming I can’t be considered a conservative with these beliefs. That’s why I consider myself libertarian. I’m not sure what the current platform is, because I‘m still voting for Romney not 3rd party. I just go by the textbook definition of libertarian, it’s not that specific. Perhaps I’ll call myself a constitutional conservative, libertarian, with commons sense! (I even have a way of fitting gay people into the constitution without reinterpretation:)

  • Anonymous

    Maybe if you look back into history you’ll find some interesting people and stories about the first Republican president Abraham Lincoln and Joshua Speed.

  • Lioness

    I’m pretty certain these guys were not of that persuasion. In most cases of homosexuality there is some form of gender identity disorder occurring. It may not always be obvious because the individual is conforming to societal expectations, but it’s definitely occurring. One individual in reality is identifying themselves as the opposite not by choice. It probably stems from an abnormality in the primitive instinctual portion of the brain, but only science will be able to prove it. So for what it’s worth, I generally consider gay people to be the gender they identify with and a counterpart that identifies them as such. As far as Lincoln and Speed, well I’d actually have to get to know them personally. Lincoln was kind of feminine, very articulate and a sound leader, I always knew a woman would make a good president (just kidding).

  • Anonymous

    Yes however, after their breakup abe became suicidial, speed removing all knifes from the house… and abe becoming hooked on mercury….

  • Lioness

    Love and sex are not linked. You can love some one of the same sex unconditionally and not have that kind of relationship. Losing a friend who you love can be much more mentally debilitating than losing a sex partner. I think this is more the case with Lincoln.

  • Anonymous

    I guess that is only your speculation considering they slept together for four years..

  • Lioness

    Different times. Two men sleeping in the same bed was not as creepy as it is today. Just watching Laurel and Hardy would suggest that, and of course that’s not as far back in history as Lincoln. Although it was suggestive to see a husband and wife in the same bed. Yet two men, no problem. Some people are not obsessed with sex or homosexual sex, today’s media would have you believe otherwise.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GDJGRV2MMCB6P2ZYTUZW6BHFVA Richard

    If we can control the Congress with Tea Party rep. and sen., we will be able to control Romney. At least he is a man of good character and not a Communist!

  • http://www.facebook.com/buster.atkins Buster Atkins

    Boy, I hope you don’t consider yourself to be a friend of his.

  • http://www.facebook.com/buster.atkins Buster Atkins

    Its very hard to make any candidate look bad after having Obama for a president or what ever he was trying to be.

  • http://www.facebook.com/buster.atkins Buster Atkins

    So Mr. Bars
    Do you think Obama hs been good for us and our country????

  • http://www.facebook.com/buster.atkins Buster Atkins

    Let put it this way. Romney is much less flawed than Obama, O.K.?

  • TheMaskedMarauder

    Wowee! You are a Conservative? You are giving conservatives a bad name, Blower.

    Ironic you would choose this quote:
    “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” –Socrates

    Ironic because of your own actions – you turned on people like a pit bull on crack, and posted things about your former friends that should have been – by anyone else’s standards but yours – off limits. You did it because someone hurt your feelings, out of vindictive jealous rage and not some higher morality as you claim. You’ve allied yourself with the very devil himself in doing that. And then there’s the excuse of Victor. He had nothing to do with your motivations. It was a convenient excuse for you to become the traitorous dog you always were. People don’t stray too far from their basic nature, so you must have been nothing but a liar when you befriended everyone you would later stab. You were never anyone’s friend. Your sins are truly unspeakable, and you have the temerity to sit on your haunches like some false Zeus and hurl your thunderbolts around in a fit of rage.

    You have a problem, and it is you. Using quotes as filler is cute, but it’s your real words that make your character as ugly as it is – and it is mighty ugly indeed.

    Whistleblower? Not hardly, more like screaming mimi.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mex.oax.hunter Michael T Hunter

    doesn’t he have enough fallacious slander against him already? this is here so we actually have something positive for once to read about ROmney and you want to come in and ruin it because it does not tell two sides of a story newsflash neither does the mainstream media they have only been printing their anti-romney campaign. we do not need your filth here hat is you are one sided, it angers you to hear that so you blame them about being one sided. that only proves their point, you are making no claim other than he is a bad evil man, that my friend is called one sided.
    btw I like “Romney’s boy” but I think” fallacy man” is already taken…by you.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mex.oax.hunter Michael T Hunter

    the problem is this late in the election, by slandering Romney you are advocating Obama, those are our only real two options here those are the two that have half a chance at winning. you dont need to say anything else its already been said

  • http://www.facebook.com/mex.oax.hunter Michael T Hunter

    I read that book…so awesome.. also one of the reasons I am for Mitt

  • Anonymous

    Wake up and smell the Roses MarsBars. This country will go
    down the tubes with another four years of Obama. I served my country during the Korean war I was affiliated as a democrat for
    61 years . I changed my affiliation to Republcan this past year.
    for the sake of my country and my grandchildren.

  • Anonymous

    Here’s the thing: Considering how successful Romney was in the line of work he was in, if he is worth only an estimated $250 million today, he must have given away a lot of money. He made billionaires. There are ranchers worth more than Romney is worth. There are CEOs that get $100 million per year in salary in this country. Romney isn’t really all *that* rich. He most have given away 50 fortunes in his time.

  • http://twitter.com/ncjms N J English

    So are you people pro-handouts or not?