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Feb 29 2016

Jimmy Carter: I Would Choose Trump

Can’t decide between Cruz and Trump? Let Jimmy Carter be your guide:

Given his history and his nature, there is no reason to imagine that Trump would live up to a single right-of-center word of his campaign rhetoric once in power. He would begin abandoning it as soon as he sews up the nomination. The last of it would be discarded on inauguration day.

On a tip from TED.

  • S_O_T_A

    Let’s face it, Trump supporters are so blind that Trump could say he was for cancer, the KKK, shooting veterans, loved Hillary, revered Hitler and wanted to bulldoze the Lincoln Memorial for one of his casinos and I’m not sure he would lose significant numbers of votes. Almost everything he says is either a lie, exaggeration or lacks any substance, yet people are falling for it everywhere.

    It’s just sad to talk to people who wilfully deny what is right in front of them. The cult of personality is America’s biggest disease. This is what happens when you don’t worship God – you still worship something, but that something will always let you down because it is inferior. Nominate leaders who don’t understand that God is above all, and you are on a pathway to destruction.

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  • S_O_T_A

    This was written before South Carolina, but it is still relevant.

  • Agrippa

    “Ted Cruz is not malleable,” says Jimmah. Precisely why he deserves your vote if you consider yourself a conservative. Vote for the Trumpster, you get “cross the aisle,” and all that other crap a la McLame and Mittens in ’08 and ’12 — time to cut the cord if you’re a Repub – vote for Cruz tomorrow, or end up with another (ultimate) loser in Trumpy.

  • Marylou

    That’s right, Jimmy. He’s not for sale. That’s what we like about him.

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    This is what a broad coalition looks like. ☺


    I’m still trying to understand what it is party Republicans are trying for. We are a post-Constitutional society, over-run, under the control of banking cartels, corrupt bureaucrats and foreign powers who installed a Muslim. We are far beyond any Return to Mayberry redemptions.

    Trump is exactly what this country deserves now. He will break the party locks on election and scares the hell out of the establishment.

    When any mechanism swings so radically to one side as Obama has steered this society, assuming the mechanism hasn’t broke, there will be a violent swing in opposition. Trump is the perfect candidate to embrace that swing.

    Do any of you realistically believe the United States will ever resemble the nation we once knew? 100 MILLION Ted Kennedy imported immigrants, 70 years of seizing the educational, entertainment and news complexes, generations of economic destruction and debasement of the currency. For good measure a $20 Trillion debt with another $100 TRILLION in unfunded liabilities.

    This is the reality. We are far beyond even the remotest possibility of reigning in and restoration of America. That America indeed has been fundamentally transformed. Its foundation has been dynamited.

    There will be no second coming of a Reagan who for a decade reversed 30 years of rot and infiltration for a time. We are now 30 years since Reagan at the height of his power. The cancer that he successfully put into remission for a time came back in a new virulent form. It metastasized into every part of the collective body and has been allowed, stimulated into a Terminal Stage IV.

  • S_O_T_A

    Trump won’t do anything of the sort. For starters, he won’t be president, but even if he was, he won’t do anything new, he is the same ‘swing’ that elected Obama and you are still too blind to see it. The cult of celebrity elected a man as if he would be savior. You worship a man, and men will always disappoint. As the author above stated, too many of the people are under a powerful delusion.


    Who said anything about worshiping?

    The cult of celebrity is all Americans know. Trump is the ultimate reality TV star, a real life JR Ewing and a carnival barker to replace a race agitator that was elevated by the media into a second coming of Christ.

    I know he won’t do anything new. I only hope he won’t do anything worse than the others will. I don’t see that happening with any establishment republican now after witnessing six years since they retook Congress kow-tow to an installed infiltrator who has violated every tenet of the Constitution openly and unapologetically. Where were they with their duty for SIX YEARS now?

  • trapper2013

    I agree with you, however my sec of state Kris Kobach just endorsed him. Kris is a staunch constitutional conservative, very strong on illegal immigration. I tell ya I’m confused. Kobach, Carter, Sessions, Schumer. Just doesn’t make any sense at all!

  • Fiberal

    Not the first time a liberal has recommended the more-feared opponent in the hopes of employing some reverse psychology.

    Sad to see it works here.

    the origination of the terrorism, chaos, wars and now border invasion
    deriving from the mideast can be laid at any single individual’s
    doorstep, it would be that of the second worst president this country
    has ever had.

    I would hope that either Trump or Cruz would disavow the endorsement.

  • S_O_T_A

    The trouble is that Dems are hell bent on their agenda. If you are not committed to identifying that, exposing it and fighting it tooth and nail with a very clear game plan, the only difference is not if the country goes over the cliff, but when. All a waffling unspecific ‘we will win again’ Trump presidency would do is maybe delay the inevitable by a few years at most, and he would destroy the Republican brand forever in the process. (I do concede it’s debatable if its already gone). Then the Dems get in and it’s full steam ahead.

    Ultimately though, the problem is the people. You always get the leaders you deserve. Obama, Trump, Hillary, Sanders, Pelosi, Reid, etc. They wouldn’t be there without a lot of people to put them there. In reality they are just the symbol of a much deeper malaise. I hate to say it, but the USA (and much of the West) is dying. Poverty, lawlessness, and terror are just around the corner.


    Well, I didn’t “deserve” these “leaders.” Unfortunately, this is what we have had chosen for us.

    The West is dying, correct. A dying beast is a very dangerous one in its death throes. I have no faith in any of them as nothing even their better angels, if they still exist, will benefit 90% of us now.

    The United States of the 1950’s optimism and growth is gone, the promise of America is gone for the native born unless they are part of the machine. What the machine does now will not benefit me or you. Anything that makes that machine sputter will at least give some of us a bit of breathing room for a time and a good laugh as our “elite” worry about their continued insulation from what they inflicted on the rest of us.

  • ray

    Jimbo, he’s an oily old peanut tho. Wouldn’t put it past him to sandbag.

  • Hunter

    I will be hard-pressed to think of a happier day than when this old troll finally takes a dirt nap.

  • Ed. G. Mann

    Ole Jimmuh knows a thing or two…
    Lightweights won’t stop Trump.

  • Dave, you’re losing your mind.
    You are embarrassing yourself with this daily bashing of trump — it borders on hysteria.
    What are you going to do when Trump is nominated and then wins the presidency?

  • Eddie_Valiant

    The second most useless occupant of the White House speaks and absolutely no one is listening.

    By the way Jimmuh, you DO have a choice – it’s called voting. I know most democrats hate it, but those of us with radical right wing views still have a little faith in it.

  • 762×51

    Ha, for you Progressives this is what a broad coalition looks like.

    Birds of a feather.

  • 762×51

    Well it took 40 years, but old peanut breath finally said something I can agree with.

    “Ted Cruz is not malleable” – EXACTLY the point, asswipe!

    Electing a candidate with an admitted history of influence peddling is hardly the cure for corruption.

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    I’m not a progressive you ignoramus. 🙂

  • 762×51

    Everything you post and your tactics are all Progressive. Plus your undying love and support of the Progressive Trump all identify you as a Progressive.

    Maybe you stop acting like one.

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    Ok, Mr. Thinnest skin!

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    He’ll vote for his number 2, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

  • 762×51

    Not me junior. I don’t give a fuck what your kind thinks about me.

    But thanks for demonstrating my point. Don’t address the point or engage in debate, just attack. Alinsky 101.

    You are soooooo transparent. Poor troll.

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    Whine about alinsky, call names. Mr. Consistent. lol I wasn’t expecting this level of entertainment.

  • 762×51

    See, still no engagement.

    Is junior too harsh for you snowflake? Let’s see, you started with ignoramus, junior seems a little less insulting than that, but Saul would be proud of you for trying. Your arguments stink of Killary whining about Jim Crow when it was her party who instituted those laws. Duplicity is a defining characteristic of you Progressives.

    Fortunately, I do expect your level of shallowness from a Progressive troll.

  • 762×51

    Yes, but it’s only fair for Carter to support “the Donald”, after all, Trump supported Carter in his run against Ronald Reagan.

    Another winner picked by Mr. Winner.

  • Silence Dogood

    That should be enough for ANYONE to run from Teflon don. But, with the way his supporters are…..

  • 762×51

    Squawked the Trump Troll.

    Means a lot coming from an expert in number 2 like you.

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