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  1. HabaneroBuck commented on Tim Eagan about 12 hours ago

    The last four Republican nominations for president have been Romney, McCain, Bush Jr., and Dole. From what I can tell, your “electable” Republicans lose. And Bush, who is claimed as a Right-winger by the Left, won. Twice. There is no empirical evidence that moderate Republicanism is anything other than the stance of a compromised loser. I’m sorry, but the evidence bears it out.

  2. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Bors 2 days ago

    That’s all well and good, but Huckabee is obviously anti-Hitler in the scheme of things, and he is suggesting that appeasement with Iran is similar to previous appeasement of Hitler in Europe. I don’t find the statement particularly provocative, because the negotiations with Iran actually relate to the future well-being of the Jewish nation, and thus is not in accord with other outlandish Nazi comparisons proffered since WWII. I don’t necessarily agree with Huckabee, but the outcry against his statement is lacking in intellectual honesty.

  3. HabaneroBuck commented on Jen Sorensen 3 days ago

    You know what? I think there is a modicum of truth here to what Jen is saying. As a Christian, I get tired of hearing advocates for Christianity whining about the “war on religion.” Yes, there are obviously changes taking place in America’s demographics, and that by design, but the whininess needs to stop.

  4. HabaneroBuck commented on Chip Bok 6 days ago

    The Ayatollah gave an address to his nation after the agreement with an AK-47 at his side. The visual prop couldn’t be more obvious as to its intended subtext: “Death to America”. http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/07/21/media-ignore-ayatollahs-rifle-at-speech-about-nuclear-program/

  5. HabaneroBuck commented on Jerry Holbert about 1 month ago

    See? Like I said, that’s the best you can come up with? You listed 4 real-life persons, none of whom are remotely significant to American history other than the fact that they were women when they did something that was talked about. Georgia O’Keeffe? You could make a better argument for Walt Disney.

  6. HabaneroBuck commented on Jerry Holbert about 1 month ago

    What woman in American history makes the top-50 list of most important contributions to the country? When women contribute something to society, it can basically be categorized as a “woman’s achievement.” I’ve got nothing against women, love them to death.

  7. HabaneroBuck commented on Devin Crane, Comic Strip Ghostwriter about 1 month ago

    Pretty sure Pearls Before Swine is 50% reverse gagwriting.

  8. HabaneroBuck commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 1 month ago

    The statue of Liberty was designed for Egypt because it is a symbol of Isis (the original Isis) illuminating the world by the sea. Isis was a maiden of the sea, and she has deep esoteric meaning to the French Freemasons who dedicated her. “Liberty” of the French Revolution was Isis.

  9. HabaneroBuck commented on Lisa Benson about 1 month ago

    Neither will most of us, but I recall McCain getting the nomination with something like 25-30% support in the primaries. That’s all it takes when the field is this muddied. I refuse to vote for JEB in the general election, either, should he be the®.

  10. HabaneroBuck commented on Clay Bennett about 1 month ago

    Hillary wants to “expand access” to abortion by changing people’s religious opinions about the process. That is not at all an exaggeration of what she has already said in stump speeches. And, sure, no tax dollars go to “fund abortions”, even though 46% of Planned Parenthood’s funding comes from tax-dollars, and Planned Parenthood provides over 40% of the abortions committed in a year. Planned Parenthood falsely claims that only 3% of their services rendered are abortions, when abortion accounts for over 50% of their revenue! Expanded abortion access can only really mean making other people “pay for it,” one way or another.