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Jan 22 2016

Hillary’s Hope

The bad news is that Donald Trump is an authoritarian statist whose only conservative positions are adopted on the fly in a crude attempt to win support from a mob that has been made gullible by its eagerness to believe; these positions would be discarded as soon as he achieved power. The good news is that he will not achieve power.

Now back to the bad news. In part because some people who ought to know better have refrained from speaking out, Trump might actually win the Republican nomination.

Shrillary is a weak candidate getting weaker by the day; the alternative Sanders is a deranged communist. Either would be defeated by any serious Republican candidate. But getting the nomination will not transform Trump from a circus act into a serious candidate; he will lose in a landslide.

A couple of charts via Right Wing News demonstrate why:


Note that Nixon had a better unfavorability rating after Watergate. Give MSM attack dogs a year to tear at him relentlessly and Trump’s negatives will go higher still. Every time he opens his mouth he provides them with ammunition that will be shrugged off by his supporters but not by anyone else. People don’t get elected when a clear majority of the population doesn’t like them.

Here’s another, admittedly from a liberal original source:


These numbers don’t mean much for most of the candidates, because most general election voters are not familiar with them yet. But everyone is familiar with Trump.

Even specifically among Republican voters, Trump’s favorability is hardly impressive:


Via Lonely Conservative, here’s one more graphic explaining why people who take conservative principles seriously rather than grabbing for shiny objects will not be highly motivated in the general election if Trump wins the nomination:


See Doug Ross for the original hyperlinked version.

Trump would be less awful than Shrillary or Sanders. But then so would Jeb Bush. Even Jeb would have the advantage of being less unelectable.

On tips from Torcer and Eddie_Valiant.

  • formwiz

    “a mob that has been made gullible by its eagerness to believe”

    Wow, you Cruzzers are just like your boy – my way or no way, insult anybody who disagrees.

    How does this get you the nomination? You’re going to need some of that “mob” and even more of it to win, or have you thought that far ahead?

    Here’s another question – if he goes all the way, how does your boy govern?

    The Demos will obstruct him and, unless there’s a miracle, the Senate Majority Leader next year will be Mitch McConnell, whom your boy called a liar on the floor of the Senate (quite probably to get some headlines), so he gets no help from the Whigs.

    What does he do, issue executive orders?

  • Admiral Ackbar!

    Repeat after me: “Conservatives don’t like Trump!” …even though he has double-digit leads in every poll in every state but Iowa. “Trump cannot beat Hillary!” …even though all polls show he’s either neck-in-neck with her or beating her. “Keep voting for us Republicans and we’ll finally actually do something to save America rather than subsidise corporate America who funds our campaigns and aristocratic lifestyles.”

    You people are pathetic. Cruz is just another Hillary. What are Cruz’s major accomplishments? None. Name just two bills he authored. Can’t.

    The only difference between Cruz and Hillary is one wants a lower burden for corporate America. Nope, never again.

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  • Admiral Ackbar!

    Another website deleted from my “favorites” tab…

  • marcus tullius cicero

    …All these numbers are irrelevant if you cannot get the voters to vote in the primaries!
    My guess (just a guess) is that El Trumpo Loco has the upper hand…

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    You have a valid point that the GOP establishment would probably oppose Cruz. And it’s true that calling someone a liar to their face is not very diplomatic, and unlikely to win friends.

    I would like to point out, however, that turtle Mitch is in fact a liar, and has betrayed the voters in helping to give Obama most of what he demands. On the campaign trail, they repeatedly promised to fight. They have done a bit, but way too little in my opinion. I personally don’t want someone who will work with people like that. I want someone who will fight them with everything he has. No more compromise with the DC ruling class and their cronies.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    That’s the way I would bet at this point.

  • Eddie_Valiant

    I wonder how all those Trump “conservatives” will respond to this video about Donald’s love of eminent domain, posted in 2011:

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  • ELLO

    I have to say, the rabid anti-Trump rhetoric on this site is disturbing. And without real evidence to back it up.
    Please tell me what other candidate is well positioned enough to beat him? Cruz?
    I like them both, but have to back the heavy hitter, sorry.
    I have asked questions to the anti-Trump crowd in other threads on this website, but have yet to receive any meaningful responses, citing any meaningful evidence. So much for civil discourse or discussion.

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  • Constitutionalist4893

    Watch this, and realize this woman has her finger more on the pulse of the American people than these charts do:

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  • Hans Pfall

    Sorry to say I’m with you, Admiral. No offense Dave, but we’ve been down this road before. Enjoy whoever the next Romney/McCain loser is.

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  • TED

    I personally don’t like Trump. However, looking at the field of Republicans and their Communist or Crime Syndicate opposition, Trump is the only one that would at least do some of the things US Citizens want.

    There is something about him that reminds me of Teddy Roosevelt, a boisterous, obnoxious presence. One that will not back down, one that will offend everyone at some point, but a carnival barker that will do good for the nation as a whole even when he pisses us off and does things we do not all want.


    There is a lot of talk about Trump, some people love him, others not so much so. I am neutral on him. However, I did find this an interesting analogy (which seems to explain his popularity) it is worth sharing:

    You’ve been on vacation for two weeks. You come home, and your basement is infested with raccoons. Hundreds of rabid, messy, mean raccoons have overtaken your basement.
    You want them gone immediately so you hire a guy, a pro. You don’t care if the guy smells, you need those raccoons gone pronto and he’s the guy to do it! You don’t care if the guy swears, you don’t care if he’s an alcoholic, you don’t care how many times he’s been married, you don’t care if he voted for Obama, you don’t care if he has plumber’s crack…you simply want those raccoons gone! You want your problem fixed! He’s the guy. He’s the best available, period.

    That’s why Trump is the guy. Yes, he’s a bit of an ass. Yes, he’s an egomaniac; but you don’t care. The country is a mess because politicians are not serving the country, the Republican Party is two-faced & gutless, and illegals are everywhere. You want it all fixed!

    You don’t care that Trump is crude. You don’t care that he insults people. You don’t care that he had been friendly with Hillary. You don’t care that he has changed positions. You don’t care that he’s been married 3 times. You don’t care that he fights with Megyn Kelly and Rosie O’Donnell. You don’t care that he doesn’t know the name of some Muslin terrorist… Our country is weak, our country is bankrupt, our enemies are making fun of us. We are being invaded by illegals. We are becoming a nation of victims where every Tom, Ricardo and Hamid is a special group with special rights to the point we don’t even recognize the country where we were born and raised. WE JUST WANT IT FIXED and Trump is the only guy who seems to understand what we want.

    We’re sick of politicians, sick of the Democratic Party, sick of the Republican Party, and sick of illegals. We just want this thing fixed. Trump may not be a saint, but he doesn’t have lobbyist money controlling him. He doesn’t have political correctness restraining him. He has been very successful, and is a good negotiator. He has built a lot of things, and he’s not a politician. He’s not a cowardly politician. He says he’ll fix it and likely will to some extent, better than what we now have.

    I just want those raccoons gone, out of my house, now.

  • DJ

    Three of many reasons to vote for Trump:
    1) Davos elites fear and despise Trump.
    2) National Review cuckservatives denounce Trump.
    3) The Hollywood degenertes line up against Trump

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    Cruz may be many things. Be he isn’t a Romney or a McCain. Though, the rest of the GOP field includes plenty of those.

  • Hans Pfall

    “OH, the establishment is supporting TRUMP! He’s worse than JEB! He’s a total PROGRESSIVE!” Then they trot out (again) numbers that show Hillary would trounce him.

    From Rush: “All of a sudden these establishment types come out for Trump. And what it really signifies is their hatred for Ted Cruz.” which is true. If the establishment loved him so much for real, there would be no “DUMP TRUMP” Nat’l Review issue.

    We’re falling for it AGAIN (some of us). We’re being played.

  • Hans Pfall

    DJ and I lock horns about the Jewish question (it’s ’cause they’re PROGRESSIVES, damnit), but he is spot on here.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    Yes, by and large if any of the above stand on one side of an issue, I’m reflexively shuffling in the other direction. But this is a very strange election. Of course, the left is hammering both Trump and Cruz, but some of the establishment supports Trump. And some of the Tea party supports Trump, too. The Palin endorsement really surprised me.

    Regardless, one thing is pretty clear to me. Unlike the divide between Americans and Progressives, I think Trump and Cruz supporters (mostly Americans) most want the same things, but seem to disagree on who is most likely to deliver. At this point, I distrust Trump more than I distrust Cruz.

  • Hans Pfall

    I don’t think anyone sees Trump as messiah. He could snag us on quite a few things potentially…but for God’s sake, SO WHAT??? He will get the economy going, he’ll be good on guns, he’ll be tough with foreign countries…I mean, JUST THAT ALONE would be worth it.

    Cruz would be good, but if we go with him, I’m 99% sure it would be Hillary (or at least a Dem). I’ve had enough of making a “statement” or “protest” vote. I want to get the ball rolling…and Trump, imperfect and questionably ‘conservative’ as he is, would do that.

    Come ON, folks!

  • Wilberforce

    Yep, I’d say we’re actually being trolled…

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  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    I’ll vote Trump over any Dem, simply because I at least believe that he has the best interests of the USA at heart. I’m not so sure he’ll be that great for the economy. Will he cut regulations enough? Trump, by his own admission, has taken advantage of crony capitalism himself. Ethanol mandates and subsidies? Yuck. Will he accept the wrath of the bureaucracy/public employee unions by drastically shrinking government, or will he simply take the (classically cuckservative) position that he can run the bloated beast better than the other guys? Don’t trust him. I don’t fully trust Cruz on immigration, but I feel like Cruz is far more predictable. Well, whatever. I won’t be voting in the GOP primaries. I’m not a member of the party.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    Not purposefully being contrary, but remember: Teddy was a serious bad-ass, but he also believed in a maximum salary. In many ways, Teddy was a Prog.

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  • Wilberforce

    From Steve Deace, excellent advice:

    “Please remember not to get yourselves all worked up over shoddy media polls. For example, today’s CNN poll implies a GOP turnout of 320,000 Iowa Republican voters, which is almost a 200% increase over the all time record. That’s so ridiculous, I can’t believe they even published it.

    However, I appreciate the help with the expectations game nonetheless!

    I’m privy to all the best insider data, as well as a pretty proven network of sources. Provided Team Cruz closes strong we are going to win.”

  • ELLO

    I have a feeling we’re not the only ones.

  • Donna M

    Ahhh yes…
    To live and die, doing it his way, in New York!
    Sing it again, Billy de Blasio!

  • ELLO

    I think it comes down to who can control Congress the best; Cruz or Trump.
    Why don’t they just make up and run on the same ticket?

  • MicahStone

    BUT I ***DO*** like Trump ! Really !

  • Donna M

    Oh yeah! My hope for killary’s hope!
    Hoping for her “historic” fail!

  • Chris Smith

    Trump or bust…

  • MicahStone

    Trump & MOOCH – “Angry Birds” of a feather

  • MicahStone

    Julio tells it like it is…

  • MicahStone

    “New York Values” –an oxymoron

  • Donna M

    Well get up off your “union organising” @$$!
    And bring your sorry self, your people and your Brooklin megaphone honker, over to the Levant…
    And really show ’em how its done!
    Stand up and give it to ’em!
    Show ’em some real, union strong arm tactics!

  • Donna M

    Oh yeah!
    Due to that unfortunate, bad, bad, bad!
    Evil and Vile, anti woman, Nemesis, Bill!

  • chris black

    Her house was valued at $250,000, Trump offered her 1.9 million and a place in one of his buildings. She was just a stubborn old woman who was willing to cut off her nose to spite her face!

  • Fiberal
    Drudge Super Poll: Trump at 36% – double that for Cruz. From a million voters.

    Probably not scientific, but what polls are these days?


    America today is like an hysterical, screaming morphodyte whose eyeliner went bad. You can’t reason with him/her. SheHim needs restraints.

    Trump will blast her with a hose. Cruz will speak with her.

    There is an urgency for someone to do something big, and that’s why Trump is ahead in the polls, and most likely will maintain his lead.

    Again, you do not become successful in business for long, by being fundamentally dishonest. Trump can be taken at his word that he will and can be an effective president.

    Secondly, we have a solid year to go with BO, including his RINOs, his MSM, and his imbecile dimocrats standing by to prop up his lame duckness.

    Another year of betrayals, treason and criminality comes on top of a
    moribund country. The attraction to Trump derives from a populist
    movement that will disregard typical political issues that have been
    sold to the voters as important factors.

    The conservatives have been betrayed by the republicans that they put
    into office. And amazingly, not a few dimocrats are starting to get a vague sense that
    something is wrong with the country and beloved government.

    Today, we have lost our democracy in the U.S. There needs to be unification around Trump. The fact that the conservative establishment and the dimocrats alike have been beating on Trump illustrates what is wrong with this country. These factions are one and the same, lined up against the people – hoping they’ll forget or not learn about the coming collapse and go about their petty affairs until it does.

    Cruz cannot distinguish himself further. This means that it is Trump’s to lose.

    And abetted by his worshipers, there may not even be 50 stars on the flag after another year of BO. Under these circumstances a dimocrat could only win the WH again through a military coup.

  • Donna M

    Seems “everyone” has forgotten about the “lost” Bernie Chronicles!
    His purulant and distorted, WRITTEN fantastical fantasies, that beckoned to his more, perverse side…
    That is, of his personal satisfaction of, RAPING WOMEN!

  • Donna M

    Oh dear!
    Like a person after they die!
    How soon, just about,
    How EVERYONE, forgets them!

  • Hans Pfall

    I’ll remind you of this when the Speaker of the House introduces “Madam President”.

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    If Trump would give Cruz a mandate to cut some of the alphabet soup, and listen to his advice on matters of constitutionality, I could get behind that ticket. Let Trump do the glad handing in congress, and let Cruz be the hatchet man. I’m OK with that.

    That would still leave the issue of SCOTUS appointments. I know cruz would nominate people who believe in rule of law. I fear Trump would nominate populists like Roberts. But, again, imagine who Hillary or Sanders would nominate [I guess we don’t have to imagine; we have several barking moonbats on the bench already].

  • Beef

    I’ll vote for Cruz or Trump in the general, and that’s it. The most important thing to achieve in this election is the destruction of the Republican establishment and Conservatism Inc. as represented by NRO. The mainstream Right has become nothing but enablers of the Left. “Conservatism” has given us trillion dollar budgets, open borders, funding for Planned Parenthood, and gay marriage.

    A great realignment is underway for political parties across the Western world. The elites have lied to their voters for years and pursued policies directly counter the interests of their nations. The immigration issue is an existential threat, and is the one that has finally stirred the people to revolt. Both the Republican and the Democratic party are beginning to collapse, and Donald Trump is the catalyst. Let it burn.

  • Hans Pfall

    Still think it’s about Cruz? Still think this isn’t the left so scared of We The People that they’d do anything? Still think we’re so stupid that the Trojan Horse that is Trump has bamboozled all us low-wattage bitter-clingers?

    Some people sure do. I can see Beck and Levin holding hands soon…

  • JeffersonSpinningInGrave

    I would pay top dollar for front row seats to see Bernie confront and harangue ISIS in person.

  • Fiberal

    Personally, I make it rule not to discuss issues with people that can only express themselves by pasting people’s work.

  • yourmaster

    The GOP establishment actually want Ted Cruz.

    he is a bought and paid for politician (he took money from Goldman Sachs, so you already have an indication of who one of his puppetmasters is)

    …while Trump doesn’t take money from the elite.
    Trump is more favored than you might think by those polls…

    …and vs hillary clinton… he will easily beat her because of this: Hillary Clinton had aides send her top secret info through unsecure channels compromising national security. Hillary Clinton finally admits 0bamacare destroys businesses, jobs and switches full time worker hrs to part time. Hillary/Bernie for Gitmo Prison in 2016. 😀

    DNC establishment obviously favor hillary clinton (cuz she will keep that sweet sweet taxpayer money flowing to the elite/special interest groups)

    ….you can tell the DNC hate Bernie… and he doesn’t have a good chance because he’s a socialist… and America will never elect a socialist to the president’s office. *LOL*

    Soon Trump will be president. and btw… before you all say he isn’t conservative enough (which is a bad idea in general saying that to voters and all)
    ….just remember Reagan was a liberal for something like 20 yrs, before he become conservative. and he is considered the shining example of what conservatism is (small government, low regulation, pro business)

    ….ted cruz is none of those things as he caters to the elite and not the people.


    I know… I know… Had he won a third term, he was going to create a welfare state and national healthcare. He created the system of national parks that is terrorizing private landowners today. He also created the precursor to the FDA – which if you ever read descriptions of 19th century slaughterhouses, was a good thing… He promoted the Speak softly and cary a big stick diplomacy.

    Granted Trump was born with a silver spoon shoved up his… well you know. And the only time he faced live fire was from the banshees of The View, specifically the banshee with the flatulence issue that gave her the moniker she uses..

    We are left with such little to have faith in. Out of all the choices, he is the one that I have the most expectation of doing something that I could approve of. Rubio is a two-faced liar who says one thing in Spanish and the exact opposite in english. Cruz, I wonder if he would actually stand up in the face of opposition or be a Paul Ryan. Carson is not ready for prime-time and has sone strange ideas – Jeb is a white obama. W was enough of a fiasco without having the malice and entitlement of his brother. The only tolerable Bush, was HW when he was riding Reagan’s coattails. At least then you still felt that an adult American was in charge, rather than a perverted used car salesman, a moron or an enemy infiltrator.

    I am not very optimistic on our collective future, but if the enemies of our nation are afraid of a boisterous loudmouth carnival barker – maybe then that is what is needed to at least scare them back into the woodwork.

  • EdCrunk

    Sorry but Trump’s going to win in a landslide

  • Fiberal

    I missed this first time around bc of Tantaros’ ever-shortening hem line, but here’s the money quote from Fox:

    (Speaking of the ignominious conservatives ganging up on Trump in National Review):

    “….(have the conservative writers/pundits) made you more free? Have their endless policy papers and studies and books conserved anything for you? These people are worthless. They are defunct. You don’t need them and you’re better off without them.”

    I alluded to the same thing in my earlier post this morning, but this is stated a lot better. I would just add that the conservative establishment, Rich-Lowery worthlessness, isn’t just worthless; it’s worse because they read the same policy papers, studies and books and make their living by adhering to the same template. This makes them part of the elite establishment standing in their section of the cesspool, defending their elitism.

    But I hope they keep their jobs and stay around. Because I want to see Lowery, the perennially-useless George Will and the BO-voting Krauthammer, cry like teenage girls when Trump cleans up the country.

  • EdCrunk

    Trump will mop the floor with Cruz

  • IslandLifer

    Goodbye GOP! This is the year you die! Doesn’t matter how they spin it, Trump has the numbers and they know it. Why do you think the NR is pulling their hair out? Trump not for sale, sorry Repubes.

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  • xcalibrate

    Little green footballs… I’ve picked up your toys and placed them back in your pram. Put a fork in Dave for he is done.

  • William F. Cuckley, Jr.

    It’s time to face facts – conservatism is a spent force. The future of the right is nationalism if it has a future at all.

    Conservatism didn’t keep us out of this mess, and it won’t get us out of this mess. The right needs a movement as militant as the left to make the long march back through the institutions. Conservatism isn’t going to cut it. There’s nothing left to conserve. Let it go.

  • grayjohn

    You sir, are full of feces.

  • grayjohn

    The problem here is that all of these so called “Candidates” are fakes. There are no conservatives left in the Republican party. Nothing left but pandering progressive ass kissers who love giving Obama whatever he wants, and Us the shaft. There are no Americans left in the Democrat Party, only evil, Soros scrotum nuzzling socialist scum who dispise every decent human being who still thinks being an American Citizen is a gift from god. I see no hope. I see no way out besides bloodshed.

  • Dolan Trump

    Trump is going to work with those raccoons real good.

  • Dolan Trump

    What’s your question?

  • Dolan Trump

    Perhaps a more pertinent question would be what bills has Cruz opposed. You assume more laws are a good thing. He has opposed amnesty, obamacare, gun laws and just about everything which ought to be opposed.

  • BidensHairPlug

    Have you ever raised teenagers? Every single time you tell them not to do something…they DO it.

    On a much larger note – try telling an American they can’t do something. As a culture…Americans don’t play well with that approach.

    No – I’m not calling Donald Trump a “conservative” – he’s far from it. Nor am I saying I would vote for the guy. I really have not decided…and there’s a lot of us who haven’t.

    In reality…what exactly have “conservatives” in DC actually “conserved”? Marriage? Taxation? Spending? Immigration? Defense? Education? Veteran care? Life? Heathcare!? Nothing. NOT ONE THING. It’s ALL gone left. As left as it gets. We are drowning in a sea of disgust and frustration…and the “conservationists” are spending your money as fast as they can print it and abandoning their promises – and your principals – on every corner.

    “Conservative principals” are burning down around our collective “conservative” noses and we keep on voting in politicians full of promises and more promises…and they keep lying like the liars they are.

    If this last round budget “reform” isn’t enough to make you peel the Conservative label off your forehead…I don’t know what will. But just keep on doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. There’s a definition for that.

    The professional “conservatives” really are afraid of this guy…apparently the people are not.

    This is not a defense of Trump…I’m just wondering where the Obama issue was for the last 8 years, or the Sanders issue…Hillary’s issue? Fair question?

    In the meantime…I just might be the last American teenager. You’re not the boss of me.

  • Jodie

    Folks can argue about Trump and Cruz all day long, but the fact is that Hillary has a great deal of Soros money and Muslim money backing her. She still has ample support from liberals and the media. I really don’t see how she can lose.

  • chuck_in_st_paul

    Glen Beck, water skiis, boat, shark,
    some assembly required.

  • chuck_in_st_paul

    Hey Hans…

  • Unapologetic American

    ….. and here we have it, yet another pontificating poindexter, a scribbling pseudo-intellectual who’s perpetually attached to his I-Phone pronouncing the fall of the republic should patriot Donald J. Trump win both the nomination and the General Election all in hopes of derailing his candidacy and scaring away supporters (yawn). I’ve got news for you, it WON’T work! We’ve had it with the sellouts, party insiders, elites and the corrupt cabal controlling our existence and stymieing us at every turn, we’re driving the bus this time around and we ain’t (sic) giving up the wheel to anyone!.

    Sure Trump has given to BOTH Democrats and Republicans, who in any kind of industry hasn’t? Living in the NY/NJ Metro-Area I can attest NOTHING would EVER get done by private businesses WITHOUT greasing the palms of slimy legislators, bumbling bureaucrats, and their thieving toadies. I believe Trump has “seen the light” on guns, abortion, etc. so me and mine will be casting our ballots in his favor after all who better to “break the system” than one who was required to manipulate it in order to succeed thanks to over-regulation and insane policies instituted by our overlords in BOTH parties, rules meant to “fundamentally transform” OUR nation?

    We ARE “Taking OUR Country Back”!

    We WILL “Make America Great Again”!

    We’re voting for Donald J. Trump!

  • Deep North

    and Jewish money.

  • Admiral Ackbar!

    Good sir, that no longer cuts it. Defense doesn’t win a war. If the very best Cruz or any other Republican can say is that they just slowed down the inexorable march of cultural-marxism, there’s no point. There’s never a counter attack, the left is never pushed back. None of their policies are ever repealed – that requires legislation, right? No, we’ve been fighting the long defeat for decades now and that is no longer acceptable.

  • TED

    I’ve said MANY times before, I’m for EITHER, SO if you are looking for a fight TRY ELSEWHERE…. 😎

  • TED

    THAT IDIOT is a walking distortion, Ya know, AGAIN the left’s BEST they have to offer!

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  • TED

    I want the clip so can play the beheading over and over!!

  • TED

    It’s NOT RAPE if you’re a democRAT or Muslim (according to THEM).

  • TED

    AGAIN, the LEFT PROVING how asinine they can be AND get away with it in this age!!!

  • Donna M

    The best they have to offer?
    The Demo-rats running for the high office of President…
    Have they all gone insane?
    Just WTF is going on!

  • Donna M

    I hear…
    Ol’ Bill, violently rapes his women like an ISIS MUSLIM!
    …and that foul mouthed, menacing, barbaric butch, he calls his wife…can really “mow” the grass, when she gets the chance!
    …and the media describes them as your every day, good natured, perves! Just havin’ a li’l fun! Once in awhile!

  • Donna M

    Hey Ted,
    This may be the age of the asinine embicilic…
    But, even their time ends, when those “worms” turn…
    Even they have an expiration date!

  • TED

    “All Bad Things Must End”

  • TED

    Of course, EVERYTHING LEFT is excused by the jackals called MEDIA.

  • TED

    THEY aren’t scarping the bottom of the barrel, they’re wringing out the wood. what does the whiskey commercial call it, the DEVILS PORTION?

  • Donna M

    Oh yeah!
    Those media jackals and hyenas!
    They have to wait until their “masters” gorge themselves, before they can even eat!
    This “fits” so well into their narrative!
    The vermin that gnaws on the “rotting” carion portion!

  • Donna M

    …aaah hah!
    Hummmm…I wonder?
    Just how hard is it to get that alchy, out of that wood?

  • Ted Bundy

    Obviously blount is a jew. Nice try Shylock.

  • S_O_T_A

    Ugh. What a stupid woman. Her anger is running her thoughts. What does her personal stories have to do with whether or not Trump is conservative?

    I’ve got news for her. She’ll get what she wants, but she won’t like it when she gets it.

  • Ted Bundy

    The crypto is no longer hidden. I see you Shylock (D Blount).

  • Ted Bundy

    They have pillaged us for israhell.

  • S_O_T_A

    Ugh. The above exemplifies exactly why this tactic is working. Even as people think they are free thinking, they are acting like sheep.

  • S_O_T_A

    “These numbers don’t mean much for most of the candidates, because most general election voters are not familiar with them yet. But everyone is familiar with Trump.”

    Exactly. It is so very clear that if Trump is nominated, he cannot win the election. Too unpopular – that people already know him is his downfall. And his latino appeal is horrible – at 15% or less.

  • tom

    the first time I ever voted was for McCain, who lost. Then I voted for Romney, who lost. I will only vote for Trump. TRUMP or bust. I am no longer conservative or republican. I am only pro-america for now on.

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  • S_O_T_A

    What a ridiculous reply. What could you do if you were 1 against 99? Do you think Trump would’ve done any better if he had been in Cruz’s shoes the last 3 years?

  • S_O_T_A

    From a veteran:

    “It may be that Donald Trump’s Democrat Party wicked ‘values’ are revealing.

    I have often said that President Obama’s dishonesties begin only when his mouth is moving and noises come out.

    Donald Trump may have taken up President Obama’s habit as both men twist truthfulness. For example; take a bucket of clear water, add mud to the bucket, and stir the water as the muddy water then grows into a river. Trump’s untruthfulness leaves Conservatives uneasy on 2016 Republican Party candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).

    Donald Trump’s campaign untruthfulness’s have turned into his own ‘slime’.

    I have been actively involved in Republican Party Conservative politics for more than 50 years.

    I have always supported the GOP’s Presidential nominee. I will now, not vote for Donald Trump under ‘any’ condition. My values are not for sale.

    My decision has been reached within the last few days. While I have been following the political career of Texan, Ted Cruz for several years, I joined the Sen. Ted Cruz for President undertaking as he announced his candidacy; one of America’s most qualified candidates, ever, in US History. Sen. Ted Cruz is a true Christian Constitutionalist who has the knowledge, ability, resolve, and the wisdom to restore our America and our Constitution based on Judeo-Christian values.

    Donald Trump’s actions represent an effort to destroy any and all GOP competitors. As for me, the Donald Trump destruction of good people ends here; today.”

  • DJ

    If Trump didn’t show up on the scene I’d agree 100%. But Trump is taking the country by storm. He’s overpowering the MSM, the GOPe, the Dems AND Soros’ money. Trump will win because he is the ONLY GOP candidate that WILL garner enough disaffected Democrat voters required to win the general. None of the other GOP candidates can dig into Hillary’s base like Trump.

  • DJ

    As a viable political philosophy, conservatism’s time has come and gone. It’s obviously been rendered feckless against radical liberalism. Time to try something different. Yep, nationalism/populism is the way to go.
    TRUMP 2016

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  • Oldren

    lol talk about sheep look in the mirror lately?

  • Admiral Ackbar!

    You and the GOP are such losers. That’s why we’ve kept losing. For all his flaws, Newt Gingrich joined together with other like minds like Dick Army and Tom DeLay and organized an insurgency. They did this in the face of a Demoncrap Party that had held power for over 50 years. That they didn’t do much with their new-found power (except welfare reform) is moot. Cruz has done nothing, nothing at all. He’s a nothing.

  • S_O_T_A

    And you will lose again, because you are abandoning principles. That’s the very thing that has lost the game and will lose it again. Say hello to a Dem president in November.

  • Admiral Ackbar!

    Abandoning principles? What principles? the only principles the GOP (including Cruz) ever has in anything but speech is to enrich and serve corporate America. What principles are you blathering about? I’m pro-life. The GOP has NEVER done anything to serve the pro-life cause. They controlled the House, Senate and Presidency from 2001-2007. Did the defund PP? No, gave them more money. I could easily list dozens of causes and “principles” the GOP has espoused in word, but not deed – not because they can’t but because they WON’T.

    Don’t EVEN give me that crap about “say hello to a Dem president in November” because that’s what I got every time I voted – even when the Republican won! Bush I was a liberal and enacted liberal legislation. His idiot son was the same and did the same.

    There’s no difference between the GOP and the Democrats. Only in the minds of losers like you.

  • S_O_T_A

    Not THEM. YOU.

    YOU are abandoning principles.

    I’m not defending the establishment, but I’m wondering why you are again playing their games. YOU are being played.

    I agree with you about there being no difference, which begs the question why you would so obviously support the candidate who represents that partnership, Donald J. Trump.

    But as Dave details above, Trump can’t win the presidency. His disapproval numbers are terminal. If he was unknown, he might be able to claw that back, but he is known, so he can’t.

    On two major counts YOU are selling the USA up the river – you’re supporting someone who can’t win, and even if he could, he will do more of the exact same thing you are complaining about. He won’t do anything pro-life, btw, which makes your position even more ludicrous – Trump was in favour of late term abortion and was supporting the continued funding of PP as recently as August. Meanwhile Cruz spoke for an hour in September eviscerating Republicans for not stopping funding immediately.

  • Admiral Ackbar!

    I have nothing but pity for you. I really do. “Trump can’t win! Trump can’t win! Hillary will win! Hillary will win!” Another pathetic lie from the establishment.

    Here you go:

    Yep, the Donald can beat Hillary. There goes your entire arguement. It’s Cruz that can’t win.

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