Donald Cline

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Donald Cline 2 weeks, 4 days ago on Another hate-filled letter

Oh, Teddie, you are so ignorant of history for one who thinks he knows it all: Karl Marx was a Prussian, which was a region of Germany, and he spent most of his life in London, England. Not a Russian. And the founders of our nation, the first in the history of the world to elevate personal citizen liberty superior to the arbitrary whim of wannabe kings and princes and neighborhood warlords, died around a hundred and ninety years ago: Do you think THEY are "irrelevant as usual"? I suppose you do, or you wouldn't be spouting your nonsense trying to destroy what our nation stands for. Thank you for your Army service, but it means nothing if you now spend all your waking hours trying to destroy the fundamental principles of the nation the U.S. Army exists to defend from all enemies, foreign and domestic. AND DOMESTIC, TEDDIE BOY. That includes you. And like everything else you have bet on, you lose your bet: My service was in the U.S. Air Force. And no one has ever released me from my oath of service, TEDDIE BOY. I've answered your question, TEDDIE BOY, now you answer mine: Who released you from yours? And for what reason on God's Green Earth have you renounced your oath? Next item: Ron Hamrick can defend himself, but since you have a real anger management issue toward anyone better than yourself, I will point out to you the difference: Whatever Ron Hamrick or anyone else is receiving in retirement or wages is none of your damned business, but you can be sure he earned it. If you want more than you are getting, then go out and earn it instead of trying to blame everyone else because you couldn't make the grade, TEDDIE BOY. Stop claiming you have a right to rob everyone else because you couldn't make the grade. Lastly, if you want to be treated like an adult instead of a five-year-old bully, call us by the names we use and drop the diminutives. When you stop acting like a five-year-old I will stop calling you a retarded five-year-old's nickname.

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Donald Cline 2 weeks, 4 days ago on Another hate-filled letter

Agreed, Robert. But if he makes it to POTUS, the Democrats don't have a leg to stand on when it comes to rejecting him for ineligibility. Too bad, too, because he appears to be the only candidate who believes in the Constitutional compact between the sovereign States that created the federal government and made it the wholly-owned subsidiary of the sovereign States in compact.

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Donald Cline 2 weeks, 4 days ago on The blame game

Dr. Mezar, since all the people at fault here involved in the voting debacle in he Great State of Maricopa have, unlike Democrats caught in the same kind of error, accepted responsibility for their errors, I see no reason why they should volunteer to resign or be forced to resign. I would see no reason for Democrats in the same situation to resign either, provide they would take responsibility for their error, which they never do. But all that build-up seemed more to justify the insupportable, breaking the (rather tenuous) lock on our Arizona political system you seem to chafe about. Personally I don't think the monopoly you refer to is nearly the lock you seem to think it is; we seem to have a few "Republicans" who vote more like Democrats most of the time, cowardly refusing to show their true colors. But this has been MY 'build up' to asking you a question: Since you are complaining about Republicans by party name with no reason I can see other than they are Republicans, I would like to ask you why you think it is better to be a Democrat? Why, for example, do Democrats seem to want to rob everyone else of their hard-earned resources to support people on welfare, instead of improving the economy by reducing taxes, reducing government interference in industry, etc., so enterprise and innovation can open up jobs for those folks instead of constantly being encouraged -- by Democrats -- to make welfare (aka robbery under color of law) a profitable career path? I see you claim to be a doctor of education: Do you teach your students how to rip off society by receiving payment for nothing? Or do you teach them how to obtain a skill which will contribute to the success and economic vitality of society so they can make their own way and be proud of their abilities? I sure hope it is not the former. We don't need any more Marxist "useful idiots" trying to destroy the first nation on the planet to place liberty above tyranny as a rule of law.

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Donald Cline 3 weeks ago on Another hate-filled letter

We are long past any chance of making "useful idiots" (Lenin's words) see the error of their utopian fantasies, Ron. It is time to stop trying to convince them of their error and merely point out that "we will not comply." Ted is good at throwing temper tantrums when he doesn't get his way, but that just makes him look like a three-year-old -- which is the maturity level of his political beliefs: "Gimmee! Gimmee! Gimmee!"

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Donald Cline 3 weeks ago on Another hate-filled letter

Sorry, Ted, but the term "bigots" and "mean-spirited" and "far, far, far right" and "curmudgeon" are inflammatory terms and used by Marxist apparatchiks and "useful idiots" (Lenin's term for his followers) to advance the cause of cultural Marxism. Since you use these terms in an intentionally inflammatory manner to advance your Socialist (Marxist-lite) agenda, you have no credibility in a nation founded on the personal liberty of its citizens. (Check that; not sorry.)

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Donald Cline 3 weeks ago on Another hate-filled letter

Agreed, Jeffrey, but one quibble that does not detract from your thesis but is important from a national perspective: Children born on U.S. soil of parents who are illegal immigrants are under current law "citizens," but they are not "natural-born citizens." According to the well-settled "Law of Nations" recognized by our founding fathers at the time of our nation's founding, "natural-born citizen" requires being born on U.S. soil of parents who are both natural or naturalized U.S. citizens. The founders incorporated the "Law of Nations" into our Constitution at Article I Section 8 Clause 10, and made "natural-born citizenship" a requirement for eligibility of our President. Note that our current First Enemy Agent does not meet that requirement.

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Donald Cline 3 weeks ago on Another hate-filled letter

Ted: Sorry, dude. The tantrums of the left are childish and change nothing. The answer is still no. Socialism is government armed robbery under color of law, pure and simple, and the political party advocating it is the Party of Looters. Anyone who votes for the Party of Looters is voting for their own destruction.

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Donald Cline 3 weeks, 6 days ago on ‘Military budgets are welfare for rich’

When enough money is budgeted to properly maintain those aircraft carriers and the rest of our military materiel and personnel and training to be able to fight a minimum of three fronts in widely-separated locations in the world, Charles. Perhaps you are not aware of it, but personal liberty is not recognized much in the rest of the world, and the tyrants maintaining that point of view despise the United States for proving liberty works and revealing them for the thugs they are. The UN is infested with this point of view, which is why we should tow it out into deep water and sink it with all hands.

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Donald Cline 1 month ago on Make tuition-free college in Payson

It is amazing to me, astonishing in fact, that a man who claims two Ph.D.'s can lay out facts and figures that shows a two hundred thousand dollar cost of a college degree, and then has the sophomoric air-headedness to suggest that it should be "free." Who is going to pay the cost of teachers, administration, maintenance people, buildings, land, etc., etc., etc.? This is why "Ph.D." stands for "Piled higher and Deeper," DOCTOR Starr! With all that education, you never learned that TANSTAAFL stands for "There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch." It doesn't appear to me your education in the Air Force was worth much.

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Donald Cline 1 month ago on Murder of a living human being is not ‘private’

I hear a lot of people whining about those deaths, Deb. I don't hear them recognizing the 2.5 million times a year law-abiding citizens stop crimes in progress with firearms -- including rapes, assaults, murders, burglaries, etc. -- while having to fire the weapon in fewer than 3% of the cases. And I don't hear you or anyone else advocating banning automobiles from private use because of the 30,000 or so deaths each year from traffic accidents -- many of which are due to impaired driving. If you think 30,000 deaths a year from firearms is bad, you ought to see how many there would be if law-abiding citizens were prohibited from having them.

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