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Where will it all end with this man as president of what was once seen as the greatest country in the world? How will the citizens be able to undo the damage done by the worst president we have ever had?
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Ann Coulter's Conservative Sell-Out

vickielant Wrote: Feb 27, 2014 10:20 AM
I was discouraged by Ms Coulter's comments regarding Chris Christie. She obviously did a 180 on her opinion and support of the Governor last year. Of course that is her right and you can agree or disagree with her opinion but the unseemly comments on her Townhall article about his weight were appalling. Anyone (like myself) who struggles with their weight feels that the glib and insensitive comments by a "thin person" are mean, cruel and unnecessary and negate what her opinions might be, and she should realize that just because she has some amount of fame does not mean she should use name calling to get her point across. Voting and supporting Hillary Clinton would be disastrous and hypocritical for someone who is considered to be either a true Republican and a Conservative.
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Alec Baldwin, Drama Queen

vickielant Wrote: Feb 27, 2014 10:09 AM
Society has only itself to blame for their ongoing curiosity and obsession with Hollywood. Even though we disagree with people like Baldwin, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, George Clooney, the Kardashians, we still keep reading about them, especially now that we are all engrossed in the internet. Maybe when it comes to following these people on tv, the movies, papers and the internet, we should all learn the lesson once stated by one of the old school actors talking about television, "sometimes you just need to turn the damn thing off". My point being that giving these celebrities our attention leads to their need to keep seeking out attention whether we agree with their politics and behavior or not.
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The Underpants Gnome Caucus

vickielant Wrote: Feb 16, 2014 8:20 AM
I just finished watching the Netflix series part 2 "House of Cards". We watched 13 episodes in two days. Winter is the time to do such crazy things. My point is this, fiction may be fiction but politics as presented on this show is not to far off base. What the people want from their government is irrelevant. The power is in Washington. I am not sure how it can be changed but think about this, there have been many people a lot smarter than me who have said that the Republican Party will continue to become a minority party with no hope of a Republican President for many decades. If they continue down their current path of folding to this president who is so self-serving, dangerous and interested in changing the laws and the constitution they present themselves as a very weak and ineffectual party. Their other major problem is that for whatever reason they can't unite or even pretend they are united.
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A Bridge Too Far-Fetched

vickielant Wrote: Feb 06, 2014 9:51 AM
With all due respect Ms. Coulter the "fat jokes" are simply not funny. Say what your want about Mr. Christie but his size should not be the target of your humor. I would have thought better of you because has a Conservative woman, you know what it is like to the object of someone's ill-placed humor and sarcasim. People like myself, who struggle with their weight wish to be judged on qualities other then their physical appearance.
Mr. Hewitt, thanks for your article. You have a way of getting straight to the point highlighting the facts and pointing out the dishonesty of the MSM calling themselves journalists. I did not watch the whole interview between Mr. O'Reilly and the President but caught snippets of it on Fox News Internet. The President whined and complained about Fox News and avoided any attempts by Mr. O'Reilly to get a clear and concise answer by the President on his involvement in the scandals that had he been a Republican would have cost him the 2012 election.
I wish people like Ben Affleck would stick to acting and keep their political views to themselves. I truly believe that they are pretty ignorant when it comes to understanding why many Americans do not share their extremely liberal views. Maybe they are happiest having their earnings redistributed to create the kind of government this president would like to have in the very not so distant future. In the meantime they should do a little more reading about what the Constitution is all about and stick to making movies.
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Standing Up Against Wealth-Shaming

vickielant Wrote: Jan 30, 2014 8:13 AM
I am not a 1% percenter but understand the basis of our democracy which is if you are smart and hard working you can get ahead. The success of these business men is so creation of jobs for others and the improved financial status of those they hire. The continue negativity and resentment toward the wealthy is something that was minimal before this presidency does nothing to improve the dismal job situation and current economy. The attitude of those bashing the wealthy is just not the American way.
Ted Cruz makes a great deal of sense in a no-nonsense, understandable clip. 2016 can't come fast enough!
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