JustinThyme

JustinThyme

There's only one thing that matters - your vote. Get out and vote. And vote for conservatism because it works wherever it's tried.

JustinThyme

In the first place, I never commented on this opinion piece until now and secondly, I never use those terms in my writing or speaking. If you’re not traipsing through these comments delivering personal insults and offering no original, coherent opinions of your own, you’re spreading misin…

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Instead of walking through these opinion comments and delivering personal insults, why don’t you use that superior intellect of yours to form your own original, coherent opinion? Given the lack of analytical content in the rebuttals I’ve seen from you, coupled with the syntax and semantic…

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Also, presumptuous…I knew I forgot something.


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Ah, the superior Democrat has arrived to lecture and attempt to admonish and shame those of us with a different point of view – all delivered with a good dose of sanctimony. I love your “above the fray” introduction and then how you proceed to traipse over those opinions you deem offensiv…

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Hey Steve, this is a great topic and a well thought out and well written opinion. I hope this piece stays on top for a few days while I and others can take the time to contemplate it further. As a technologist and a conservative with libertarian leanings, I’m inclined to agree with you. O…

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“We seek him here, we seek him there, Those Libbies seek him everywhere. Is he in heaven? — Is he in h ell, That demmed, elusive Orange Pimpernel?” P.S. Don’t look now, but I think there’s a Russian under your bed. P.P.S. I’m not sure being a vet lends much credence to your political opin…

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Holy smokes. Reading this opinion is like listening to fingernails scratching across a chalkboard. What a hysterical diatribe. My only substantive comment is, don’t worry, I’ll be sure to vote for those candidates that support the most conservative ideology.


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“This is something of American significance, the 400-year commemoration of our history. It’s something that merits national attention and it’s kind of a formality to reach out with invitations to a lot of people,” Northam said Monday. Yet Northam and other state Democrats won’t attend and…

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Yet another not so thinly veiled political opinion attempting to denigrate conservatives, Republicans and President Trump by expressing a preference for our local 4th of July celebration over a national celebration. And who are we that prefers one over the other anyhow? Don’t you mean you…