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Apr 14 2016

Specifics at Last: Trump Says He Believes in Policy and Being Smart

You had to know if anyone could extract specifics from Donald Trump, it would be a tough, intelligent journalist like Sean Hannity. It happened last night during Hannity’s 42nd interview with his Cheeto-faced heartthrob since the Donald announced his candidacy last June:

There you have it. Trump will bring us policy and being smart. What more do you need to know? It goes without saying that Trump will “get things done.”

In case you were lucky enough to miss this latest lovefest, Caleb Howe offers a synopsis:

“You’re gonna have policies though right?”
“Oh, totally.”
“Sweet, sweet. Like, your own?”
“Word. I’m going to be an awesome policy.”
“But bro, do you NATO?”
“Nah.”
“Policy though.”
“Yes. Plus also smartness.”

This is paraphrase, not parody. As Howe correctly observes, the Trump–Hannity combo is beyond parody.

As much of it as anyone should have to endure.

On a tip from Torcer.



  • Occam’s Stubble

    I finally realized Trump was an empty suit when I saw Hannity basically feeding him the answers a few months ago.

  • Occam’s Stubble

    I finally realized Trump was an empty suit when I saw Hannity basically feeding him the answers a few months ago.

  • MicahStone

    FYI: Hannity is in the bag for Trump. He even joined Trump in his last rally in Phoenix !!!

  • MicahStone

    FYI: Hannity is in the bag for Trump. He even joined Trump in his last rally in Phoenix !!!

  • MicahStone

    Trump: If you don’t agree I’m “smart” you may get a pair of concrete shoes !!!!!

  • MicahStone

    Trump: If you don’t agree I’m “smart” you may get a pair of concrete shoes !!!!!

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  • gunsmoke

    what does ted cruz believe in besides having sex with tranny hookers?

  • Torcer

    He’s so far in the tank he gets the bends after every interview…

  • Torcer

    He’s so far in the tank he gets the bends after every interview…

  • Wilberforce

    Oh, look.

    A troll.

  • Wilberforce

    Oh, look.

    A troll.

  • StotheOB

    It is unbelievable just how dumb Trump really is

    …and even worse, idiots eat it up

  • darkstar58

    It is unbelievable just how dumb Trump really is

    …and even worse, idiots eat it up

  • StotheOB

    Yeah, isnt it amazing how everything Hannity asks of Trump is prefaced with the answer?

    Sean basically treats him like a mentally-challenged child, holding his hand, walking him thru the entire thing.

    Now this would be sweet if he was trying to get Trump to be ale to go outside in the real world or something, but Trump is trying to become President of the most powerful Country on earth!

    I honestly cant wait till all this nonsense is over, Trump is regulated to the CharlieSheen laughingstock bin, and people like Hannity see everything they worked so hard to build crumble away as the TrumpCultists slither back under their rocks.

    I have my money on Ben Shapiro taking the Hannity FOX spot by this time next year

  • darkstar58

    Yeah, isnt it amazing how everything Hannity asks of Trump is prefaced with the answer?

    Sean basically treats him like a mentally-challenged child, holding his hand, walking him thru the entire thing.

    Now this would be sweet if he was trying to get Trump prepared to be able to just go outside in the real world to play on the swings or something, but Trump is trying to become President of the most powerful Country on earth!

    I honestly cant wait till all this nonsense is over, Trump is regulated to the CharlieSheen laughingstock bin, and people like Hannity see everything they worked so hard to build crumble away as the TrumpCultists slither back under their rocks.

    I have my money on Ben Shapiro taking the Hannity FOX spot by this time next year

  • Torcer

    This explains a fair portion of the phenomena:

    Donald Trump, Master Seducer http://natl.re/0SnDA2 via @NRO

  • Torcer

    This explains a fair portion of the phenomena:

    Donald Trump, Master Seducer http://natl.re/0SnDA2 via @NRO

  • Tostig

    I’ve enjoyed the Hannity show for many years. But I cannot stand this Trump lovefest thing he’s been doing for six months now. He feeds Trump softball questions, then when Trump flubs them he completes the answer for him and feeds the next. It’s embarrassing. I think when the Trump ship finally submerges, Hannity is going down with it. Just like Christie, Palin, and the others.

  • Tostig

    I’ve enjoyed the Hannity show for many years. But I cannot stand this Trump lovefest thing he’s been doing for six months now. He feeds Trump softball questions, then when Trump flubs them he completes the answer for him and feeds the next. It’s embarrassing. I think when the Trump ship finally submerges, Hannity is going down with it. Just like Christie, Palin, and the others.

  • Skip

    Yes, sure, Donald Trump is really ‘dumb’ an ’empty suit’. But yet the man is a very successful business man and multi-billionaire. What have the so-called conservatives or Democrats done for the people in this country the last two decades aside from totally screwing it up and keeping the blacks on the planation for their votes. If Trump is the nominee he will have no problem defeating Hillary Clinton.

  • Skip

    Yes, sure, Donald Trump is really ‘dumb’ an ’empty suit’. But yet the man is a very successful business man and multi-billionaire. What have the so-called conservatives or Democrats done for the people in this country the last two decades aside from totally screwing it up and keeping the blacks on the planation for their votes. If Trump is the nominee he will have no problem defeating Hillary Clinton.

  • StotheOB

    Only because Daddy gave him the family business, compete with all the staff, connections, assets and resources. Donald Trump himself could have never been involved with the business and it likely would be similarly successful today (infact, maybe more so considering how much money Trump blew on idiotic ideas like his obsession over the Trump Castle and such)

    Now, there is also the “name brand” success which is completely separate than the business success and instead was build up solely because of his Cult Of Personality. And yes there was a time when you could sell the name for other companies to put on the outside of buildings you otherwise had nothing to do with… but those days are over after this joke of a campaign, indicating he isnt as smart with his Brand

    But Trump wont release his taxes to show even you, his diehard supporters, how little he actually makes a year. If I were you guys, I would question that. Id also question why he was like collecting the STAR low-income-family tax-breaks and the 9/11 fund for small businesses.

  • darkstar58

    Only because Daddy gave him the family business, compete with all the staff, connections, assets and resources. Donald Trump himself could have never been involved with the business and it likely would be similarly successful today (infact, maybe more so considering how much money Trump blew on idiotic ideas like his obsession over the Trump Castle and such)

    Now, there is also the “name brand” success which is completely separate than the business success and instead was build up solely because of his Cult Of Personality. And yes there was a time when you could sell the name for other companies to put on the outside of buildings you otherwise had nothing to do with… but those days are over after this joke of a campaign, indicating he isnt that smart with his Brand

    But Trump wont release his taxes to show even you, his diehard supporters, how little he actually makes a year. If I were you guys, I would question that. Id also question why he was like collecting the STAR low-income-family tax-breaks and the 9/11 fund for small businesses.

  • Kevin R.

    From https://www.theobjectivestandard.com/2016/04/which-ayn-rand-villain-is-donald-trump/

    RYAN: You mentioned a few minutes earlier here that you would knock ISIS. You’ve mentioned it many times. You’ve also mentioned the risk of putting American troops in a danger area. If you could substantially reduce the risk of harm to ground troops, would you use a battlefield nuclear weapon to take out ISIS?

    TRUMP: I don’t want to use, I don’t want to start the process of nuclear. Remember the one thing that everybody has said, I’m a counterpuncher. Rubio hit me. Bush hit me. When I said low energy, he’s a low-energy individual, he hit me first. I spent, by the way he spent 18 million dollars’ worth of negative ads on me. That’s putting [MUFFLED] . . .

    RYAN: This is about ISIS. You would not use a tactical nuclear weapon against ISIS?

    TRUMP: I’ll tell you one thing, this is a very good looking group of people here. Could I just go around so I know who the hell I’m talking to?

    HIATT: Sure, then I’d like to let a couple of them get in questions.

    LEWANDOWSKI: We have got five minutes, hard out.

    HIATT: Okay.

    TRUMP: Oh is it?

    LEWANDOWSKI: Yeah. You have a meeting you have to get to.

    TRUMP: Okay we do.

  • Kevin R.

    From https://www.theobjectivestandard.com/2016/04/which-ayn-rand-villain-is-donald-trump/

    RYAN: You mentioned a few minutes earlier here that you would knock ISIS. You’ve mentioned it many times. You’ve also mentioned the risk of putting American troops in a danger area. If you could substantially reduce the risk of harm to ground troops, would you use a battlefield nuclear weapon to take out ISIS?

    TRUMP: I don’t want to use, I don’t want to start the process of nuclear. Remember the one thing that everybody has said, I’m a counterpuncher. Rubio hit me. Bush hit me. When I said low energy, he’s a low-energy individual, he hit me first. I spent, by the way he spent 18 million dollars’ worth of negative ads on me. That’s putting [MUFFLED] . . .

    RYAN: This is about ISIS. You would not use a tactical nuclear weapon against ISIS?

    TRUMP: I’ll tell you one thing, this is a very good looking group of people here. Could I just go around so I know who the hell I’m talking to?

    HIATT: Sure, then I’d like to let a couple of them get in questions.

    LEWANDOWSKI: We have got five minutes, hard out.

    HIATT: Okay.

    TRUMP: Oh is it?

    LEWANDOWSKI: Yeah. You have a meeting you have to get to.

    TRUMP: Okay we do.

  • Spleenicus

    https://www.donaldjtrump.com/positions

    There ya go. Been out for months. For someone that runs a website you sure suck at searching the internet.

  • Spleenicus

    https://www.donaldjtrump.com/positions

    There ya go. Been out for months. For someone that runs a website you sure suck at searching the internet.

  • StotheOB

    Yeah, but he didnt write any of that, and often blatantly contradicts it while giving speeches.

    That website is as good as worthless; there solely to get his dupes to hope thats the kind of stuff he might do.

  • darkstar58

    Yeah, but he didnt write any of that, and often blatantly contradicts it while giving speeches.

    That website is as good as worthless; there solely to get his dupes to hope thats the kind of stuff he might do.

  • Johnny Monday

    Drumpf is a NY liberal’s sorry parody of a real conservative.

  • Johnny Monday

    Successful? You sure about that? He lost money on casinos. Who’s stupid enough to do that?

  • Torcer

    Lyin’ Donald: 101 Of Trump’s Greatest Lies http://www.dailywire.com/news/4834/trumps-101-lies-hank-berrien

  • Torcer

    Lyin’ Donald: 101 Of Trump’s Greatest Lies http://www.dailywire.com/news/4834/trumps-101-lies-hank-berrien

  • Torcer

    Election by Numbers: No Donald, We Are Not a Democracy
    Source: http://www.glennbeck.com/2016/04/11/election-by-the-numbers-no-donald-we-are-not-a-democracy/?

    Election by Numbers: The Not-Exactly-Reagan Edition
    After a few losses to Ted Cruz — and poll after poll showing the billionaire of having very little chance in the general — Trump is now hitting back with some slightly twisted facts. He is now claiming to be in a better position against Hillary Clinton than Reagan was against Carter in 1980 at this point on the election calendar.

    Co-host Stu Burguiere went to the numbers Thursday on The Glenn Beck Program to see if Trump’s claim holds water. Surprise, surprise – it doesn’t.
    The Actual Numbers
    • Carter led Reagan by an average of 5 points
    • Clinton leads Trump by 11 points
    Favorable vs. Unfavorable • Reagan was viewed favorably by 39% and unfavorably by 44% (-5%) • Trump is viewed favorably by 30% and unfavorably by 64% (-34%)
    Positive, Negative Scale
    A poll in 1980 asked potential voters to rank the candidates on a scale ranging from -5 to +5. Ronald Reagan scored on the positive end of the scale with 70% of voters. Only 27% ranked Reagan in the negative range.
    Source: http://www.glennbeck.com/2016/04/14/election-by-numbers-the-not-exactly-reagan-edition/?

  • Torcer

    Since July Trump's drawn 1,228 minutes of evening news time, His closest rival, Ted Cruz, got 269 minutes. Rigged. https://t.co/b5SArSMIIb— Brent Bozell (@BrentBozell) April 13, 2016

  • Torcer

    Election by Numbers: No Donald, We Are Not a Democracy
    Source: http://www.glennbeck.com/2016/04/11/election-by-the-numbers-no-donald-we-are-not-a-democracy/?

    Election by Numbers: The Not-Exactly-Reagan Edition
    After a few losses to Ted Cruz — and poll after poll showing the billionaire of having very little chance in the general — Trump is now hitting back with some slightly twisted facts. He is now claiming to be in a better position against Hillary Clinton than Reagan was against Carter in 1980 at this point on the election calendar.

    Co-host Stu Burguiere went to the numbers Thursday on The Glenn Beck Program to see if Trump’s claim holds water. Surprise, surprise – it doesn’t.
    The Actual Numbers
    • Carter led Reagan by an average of 5 points
    • Clinton leads Trump by 11 points
    Favorable vs. Unfavorable • Reagan was viewed favorably by 39% and unfavorably by 44% (-5%) • Trump is viewed favorably by 30% and unfavorably by 64% (-34%)
    Positive, Negative Scale
    A poll in 1980 asked potential voters to rank the candidates on a scale ranging from -5 to +5. Ronald Reagan scored on the positive end of the scale with 70% of voters. Only 27% ranked Reagan in the negative range.
    Source: http://www.glennbeck.com/2016/04/14/election-by-numbers-the-not-exactly-reagan-edition/?

  • Torcer

    Since July Trump's drawn 1,228 minutes of evening news time, His closest rival, Ted Cruz, got 269 minutes. Rigged. https://t.co/b5SArSMIIb— Brent Bozell (@BrentBozell) April 13, 2016

  • Torcer

    A Civics Primer for Fifth Graders (and Donald Trump)
    http://theresurgent.com/a-civics-primer-for-fifth-graders-and-donald-trump/

    A Civics Primer for Fifth Graders (and Donald Trump
    There is much about America and our system of government that every child in our country needs to know. Fifth grade is the year most schools begin teaching “Civics” and American History, but since the majority of public schools do it so poorly, I’ve prepared a list of 7 basic items that every ten-year-old should know. If anyone sees Donald Trump please share this list with him. I’ve explained them very simply so that he can understand.

    Mr. Trump desperately wants to become “the boss” of America – but it is painfully clear that he doesn’t know how our government works. I’m not even sure that he knows that congressmen, senators and judges are not employees of the president, and that he can’t tell them, “You’re fired!”.
    1) There are three branches of our federal government: Judicial, Legislative, and Executive. These separate parts are designed as a system of “checks and balances” on each other, which makes certain that one branch doesn’t become too powerful. This ingenious system also means that the president—even if it were Mr. Trump—can’t tell everyone what to do or sue people who don’t follow his orders.
    2) America’s foundational document is the United States Constitution. It outlines the very limited powers of the three branches listed above and secures our rights as citizens.
    3) America’s system of government is set up so that the states and the people get to decide everything that is not specifically listed as a power of the federal government. This is called “federalism”, and you can read about it in the 10th Amendment.
    4) America is a republic. Contrary to Mr. Trump’s many recent tweets, speeches and statements, America is not a democracy.
    5) The political parties hold national conventions in which each selects just one presidential nominee. The process of how the parties operate, and the way they interact and create the rules with the various states are all agreed to in advance. It is a bit complicated, but all presidential candidates agree to follow the rules before they enter the race (they obviously should take the time to find out what the rules are before they decide to run.)
    6) Once all the delegates are chosen and go to their conventions, the delegates have the power to change some of the rules that will govern the actual convention.
    7) Sadly, Donald Trump is not alone in his ignorance of the Constitution and the way our government in structured.
    Luckily, there is a person running for president who as a child (just like you) took the time to learn about and even memorize the Constitution. He studied very hard to know American History and what makes our country special. As an adult, he took an oath to “uphold and defend” the Constitution of the United States. Ted Cruz follows the rules that people have agreed on, and when he thinks a law is bad or outdated, he works to change them through the methods that the Constitution allows.

    Ted Cruz knows and loves that ours is a government, “of the people, by the people, and for the people”; that we have a Constitution that protects the basic rights of all citizens; that we are a nation where every citizen has an equal voice.
    http://theresurgent.com/a-civics-primer-for-fifth-graders-and-donald-trump/

  • Torcer

    A Civics Primer for Fifth Graders (and Donald Trump)
    http://theresurgent.com/a-civics-primer-for-fifth-graders-and-donald-trump/

    A Civics Primer for Fifth Graders (and Donald Trump
    There is much about America and our system of government that every child in our country needs to know. Fifth grade is the year most schools begin teaching “Civics” and American History, but since the majority of public schools do it so poorly, I’ve prepared a list of 7 basic items that every ten-year-old should know. If anyone sees Donald Trump please share this list with him. I’ve explained them very simply so that he can understand.

    Mr. Trump desperately wants to become “the boss” of America – but it is painfully clear that he doesn’t know how our government works. I’m not even sure that he knows that congressmen, senators and judges are not employees of the president, and that he can’t tell them, “You’re fired!”.
    1) There are three branches of our federal government: Judicial, Legislative, and Executive. These separate parts are designed as a system of “checks and balances” on each other, which makes certain that one branch doesn’t become too powerful. This ingenious system also means that the president—even if it were Mr. Trump—can’t tell everyone what to do or sue people who don’t follow his orders.
    2) America’s foundational document is the United States Constitution. It outlines the very limited powers of the three branches listed above and secures our rights as citizens.
    3) America’s system of government is set up so that the states and the people get to decide everything that is not specifically listed as a power of the federal government. This is called “federalism”, and you can read about it in the 10th Amendment.
    4) America is a republic. Contrary to Mr. Trump’s many recent tweets, speeches and statements, America is not a democracy.
    5) The political parties hold national conventions in which each selects just one presidential nominee. The process of how the parties operate, and the way they interact and create the rules with the various states are all agreed to in advance. It is a bit complicated, but all presidential candidates agree to follow the rules before they enter the race (they obviously should take the time to find out what the rules are before they decide to run.)
    6) Once all the delegates are chosen and go to their conventions, the delegates have the power to change some of the rules that will govern the actual convention.
    7) Sadly, Donald Trump is not alone in his ignorance of the Constitution and the way our government in structured.
    Luckily, there is a person running for president who as a child (just like you) took the time to learn about and even memorize the Constitution. He studied very hard to know American History and what makes our country special. As an adult, he took an oath to “uphold and defend” the Constitution of the United States. Ted Cruz follows the rules that people have agreed on, and when he thinks a law is bad or outdated, he works to change them through the methods that the Constitution allows.

    Ted Cruz knows and loves that ours is a government, “of the people, by the people, and for the people”; that we have a Constitution that protects the basic rights of all citizens; that we are a nation where every citizen has an equal voice.
    http://theresurgent.com/a-civics-primer-for-fifth-graders-and-donald-trump/

  • Torcer

    Donald Trump may be a self-starter, but he’s not self-funded
    https://sunlightfoundation.com/blog/2015/11/13/donald-trump-may-be-a-self-starter-but-hes-not-self-funded/

    Donald Trump may be a self-starter, but he’s not self-funded
    Update 2/24/16: The story below is based on campaign finance information that is now outdated. Read our newest analysis of Donald Trump’s presidential fundraising here, which covers the latest available fundraising numbers (through Jan. 31, 2016).
    Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio mostly traded barbs last Tuesday night during the GOP Debate, but they created a moment of levity when the two issued the same call to action back to back. The message was simple — not for voters to check out their tax plans or immigration reform or economic policies, but to join their cause and, most importantly, donate money.

    “I want you to go to TedCruz.org,” the Texan said. “I also want you to go to my website, MarcoRubio.com,” proclaimed the Floridian.

    But one candidate says he doesn’t need your money: Donald Trump. “I don’t have to give you a website because I’m self-funding my campaign. I’m putting up my own money,” said Trump.

    While Trump has spent about $2 million of his own money since the start of his bid for the White House, he has also accepted nearly $4 million in “unsolicited donations,” according to the campaign’s latest financial filing. That means that more than 67 percent of Trump’s campaign cash has come from outside donors so far — vastly outpacing his own contributions.

    What is he doing with his cache cow? He’s burning through his stacks faster than any other candidate. While Trump has raised $5.8 million through June 30 (including the loans to his campaign), he’s spent $5.6 million, and not on the typical expenditures. Most of the establishment candidates focus their revenue on traditional means such as field organizing and ad buying; Trump sells merchandise, such as hats and shirts.

    And unlike other candidates, media exposure is the least of Trump’s concerns. Instead of paying for airtime and crossing his fingers for interviews, the Trump Effect has media outlets vying to cover him as much as possible.

    Yes, Donald Trump is putting more of his own money into his campaign than any other candidate — but the claim that he is purely self-funded is certainly misleading.
    https://sunlightfoundation.com/blog/2015/11/13/donald-trump-may-be-a-self-starter-but-hes-not-self-funded/

  • Torcer

    Donald Trump may be a self-starter, but he’s not self-funded
    https://sunlightfoundation.com/blog/2015/11/13/donald-trump-may-be-a-self-starter-but-hes-not-self-funded/

    Donald Trump may be a self-starter, but he’s not self-funded
    Update 2/24/16: The story below is based on campaign finance information that is now outdated. Read our newest analysis of Donald Trump’s presidential fundraising here, which covers the latest available fundraising numbers (through Jan. 31, 2016).
    Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio mostly traded barbs last Tuesday night during the GOP Debate, but they created a moment of levity when the two issued the same call to action back to back. The message was simple — not for voters to check out their tax plans or immigration reform or economic policies, but to join their cause and, most importantly, donate money.

    “I want you to go to TedCruz.org,” the Texan said. “I also want you to go to my website, MarcoRubio.com,” proclaimed the Floridian.

    But one candidate says he doesn’t need your money: Donald Trump. “I don’t have to give you a website because I’m self-funding my campaign. I’m putting up my own money,” said Trump.

    While Trump has spent about $2 million of his own money since the start of his bid for the White House, he has also accepted nearly $4 million in “unsolicited donations,” according to the campaign’s latest financial filing. That means that more than 67 percent of Trump’s campaign cash has come from outside donors so far — vastly outpacing his own contributions.

    What is he doing with his cache cow? He’s burning through his stacks faster than any other candidate. While Trump has raised $5.8 million through June 30 (including the loans to his campaign), he’s spent $5.6 million, and not on the typical expenditures. Most of the establishment candidates focus their revenue on traditional means such as field organizing and ad buying; Trump sells merchandise, such as hats and shirts.

    And unlike other candidates, media exposure is the least of Trump’s concerns. Instead of paying for airtime and crossing his fingers for interviews, the Trump Effect has media outlets vying to cover him as much as possible.

    Yes, Donald Trump is putting more of his own money into his campaign than any other candidate — but the claim that he is purely self-funded is certainly misleading.
    https://sunlightfoundation.com/blog/2015/11/13/donald-trump-may-be-a-self-starter-but-hes-not-self-funded/

  • Spleenicus

    Much less insidious and venal than Lyin’ Ted “I forgot to mention Goldman Sachs campaign contributions” Cruz pretending to be an outsider. Also, since Trump not writing them is so bad, it must mean Sneaky Ted copying many of them nearly verbatim much worse, right? Or are you just another blind and hypocritical Beckling?

  • Spleenicus

    Much less insidious and venal than Lyin’ Ted “I forgot to mention Goldman Sachs campaign contributions” Cruz pretending to be an outsider. Also, since Trump not writing them is so bad, it must mean Sneaky Ted copying many of them nearly verbatim much worse, right? Or are you just another blind and hypocritical Beckling?

  • Spleenicus

    So you are saying his policies are lies? Why then did Sneaky Ted adopt those lies as his own policies? Ted just likes lying I guess.

  • Spleenicus

    So you are saying his policies are lies? Why then did Sneaky Ted adopt those lies as his own policies? Ted just likes lying I guess.

  • Lobotomist

    Only a NY “registered conservative” dimwit like Hannity would believe Trump is a Conservative. This is what passes for conservative in . . . . NY.

  • Lobotomist

    Only a NY “registered conservative” dimwit like Hannity would believe Trump is a Conservative. This is what passes for conservative in . . . . NY.

  • Lobotomist

    Cruz has actually been doing the things he now holds out as policies while “the Donald” was supporting the other side. Cruz led the charge against the Gang of Eight Amnesty Bill while Trump sponsored that gang with his money and words. Trump flipped on this issue about a year ago when he decided to run for POTUS, until then he was in favor of amnesty.

    Reality is calling you out, it would seem.

  • Lobotomist

    Cruz has actually been doing the things he now holds out as policies while “the Donald” was supporting the other side. Cruz led the charge against the Gang of Eight Amnesty Bill while Trump sponsored that gang with his money and words. Trump flipped on this issue about a year ago when he decided to run for POTUS, until then he was in favor of amnesty.

    Reality is calling you out, it would seem.

  • Lobotomist

    So I assume you won’t mind discussing Trumps business dealings with George Soros. You Trump trolls have such a selective memory, I’m surprised you can remember to use the bathroom.

  • Lobotomist

    So I assume you won’t mind discussing Trumps business dealings with George Soros. You Trump trolls have such a selective memory, I’m surprised you can remember to use the bathroom.

  • StotheOB

    They are so pitiful, arent they

    And its odd and sad they always run right to the same crazy conspiracies when confronted on the fact their dear Orange leader has no actual clothes.

    So they stick their head in the sand and parrot their conspiracies from TCTH (which is run by a Hillary supporter, ironically) and its all they can say, while we can meanwhile provide videos like this showing Trump is “open to citizenship” for the illegals here (and it was said while running in this campaign, so you would think they would want to pay attention)

    https://youtu.be/kCwc57x3-9U

  • darkstar58

    They are so pitiful, arent they

    And its odd and sad they always run right to the same crazy conspiracies when confronted on the fact their dear Orange leader has no actual clothes.

    So they stick their head in the sand and parrot their conspiracies from TCTH (which is run by a Hillary supporter, ironically) and its all they can say, while we can meanwhile provide videos like this showing Trump is “open to citizenship” for the illegals here (and it was said while running in this campaign, so you would think they would want to pay attention)

    https://youtu.be/kCwc57x3-9U

  • StotheOB

    No, no, no, no, no… see, the things Trump has said the last 8 months are the first time they have ever been said, and even if we have video showing Cruz saying the same things way back in 2010, that doesnt count because… Trump!!!1!

  • darkstar58

    No, no, no, no, no… see, the things Trump has said the last 8 months are the first time they have ever been said, and even if we have video showing Cruz saying the same things way back in 2010, that doesnt count because… Trump!!!1!

  • StotheOB

    He lost money in casinos during a casino boom, none the less. All the others were seeing their numbers skyrocket, while his were faltering.

    It takes some skill to be that bad, honestly

  • darkstar58

    He lost money in casinos during a casino boom, none the less. All the others were seeing their numbers skyrocket, while his were faltering.

    It takes some skill to be that bad, honestly

  • Torcer

    Try arguing with something other than a Strawman fallacy.

  • Torcer

    Try arguing with something other than a Strawman fallacy.

  • Torcer

    Yes, no has ever thought of building a wall… aside the Chinese and everyone else..

  • Torcer

    Yes, no has ever thought of building a wall… aside the Chinese and everyone else..

  • StotheOB

    Here is 4/13/2012 with Cruz getting absolutely hammed by a moderator, yet still preforming just as beautifully as we always witness

    (yes, see that Trumpeters? Cruz can stand up to extreme pressure from moderators, unlike Trump who has no idea what to say when Chrissy Mathews asks him even core-belief questions)

    https://youtu.be/jEgJh-1i1Cw

  • darkstar58

    Here is 4/13/2012 with Cruz getting absolutely hammed by a moderator, yet still preforming just as beautifully as we always witness

    (yes, see that Trumpeters? Cruz can stand up to extreme pressure from moderators, unlike Trump who has no idea what to say when Chrissy Mathews asks him even core-belief questions)

    https://youtu.be/jEgJh-1i1Cw

    (oh, and about the time of this video, Trump was still complaining about Romney being too harsh with his words towards illegals)

  • Occam’s Stubble

    I never liked Hannity nor pretty much any of the Fox primetime lineup. The only thing I regularly watch on that network is Red Eye. However, you give me Shapiro for an hour every night and I’ll be there with bells on.

  • Occam’s Stubble

    I never liked Hannity nor pretty much any of the Fox primetime lineup. The only thing I regularly watch on that network is Red Eye. However, you give me Shapiro for an hour every night and I’ll be there with bells on.

  • cjkcjk

    It would be nice to see what the guy said. I think we can stand it regardless of whatever profanity or ….whatever! WTF is with the censoring? Censoring is for Demonrats.

  • cjkcjk

    It would be nice to see what the guy said. I think we can stand it regardless of whatever profanity or ….whatever! WTF is with the censoring? Censoring is for Demonrats.

  • Alphamail

    .
    Ben Shapiro left his daytime radio show broadcast local out of a studio here in Seattle recently to be with his new baby and wife, and to go out independently, and I wanted to cry because his daily show was the most impressive ballsy show I’ve ever listened to….You may see his videos, but the kid is fearless and calls Obysmal a traitor, has balls of steel, an impeccably flawless rapid-fire ability to respond with stunning brilliance, knows the law like an encyclopedia, history like he forecasted it, and he loves every constitutionally conservative value you hold dear. Count our blessings he is on the side of the righteous.
    .

  • Alphamail

    .
    Ben Shapiro left his daytime radio show broadcast local out of a studio here in Seattle recently to be with his new baby and wife, and to go out independently, and I wanted to cry because his daily show was the most impressive ballsy show I’ve ever listened to….You may see his videos, but the kid is fearless and calls Obysmal a traitor, has balls of steel, an impeccably flawless rapid-fire ability to respond with stunning brilliance, knows the law like an encyclopedia, history like he forecasted it, and he loves every constitutionally conservative value you hold dear. Count our blessings he is on the side of the righteous.
    .

  • StotheOB

    It was the normal Trumpeter birther nonsense and other crazy conspiracies about NWO and lizard people or whatever.

    Just the typical Trump trash

  • darkstar58

    It was the normal Trumpeter birther nonsense and other crazy conspiracies about NWO and lizard people or whatever.

    Just the typical, useless Trump trash

  • StotheOB

    Well said.

  • darkstar58

    Well said.

  • Alphamail

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    Thanks, I just posted a short comment on Open Thread – it just occurred to me a few moments ago. Hope it strikes a cord.

  • Alphamail

    .
    Thanks, I just posted a short comment on Open Thread – it just occurred to me a few moments ago. Hope it strikes a cord.

  • Torcer

    Thank you for posting that.
    #Don’s ego is such that he can’t conceive that someone has ever thought of something before he did.

  • Torcer

    Thank you for posting that.
    #Don’s ego is such that he can’t conceive that someone has ever thought of something before he did.

  • StotheOB

    No prob. And it is an awesome video, isnt it?

    Please, feel free to spread it far and wide

  • darkstar58

    No prob. And it is an awesome video, isnt it?

    Please, feel free to spread it far and wide

  • Spleenicus

    I don’t think you know what strawman means.

  • Spleenicus

    I don’t think you know what strawman means.

  • Spleenicus

    Meh. Donald Trump borrowed money and paid it back to build a tower. Ted Cruz took money and will pay it back by selling out America. I’ll take the building any day.

  • Spleenicus

    Meh. Donald Trump borrowed money and paid it back to build a tower. Ted Cruz took money and will pay it back by selling out America. I’ll take the building any day.

  • Spleenicus

    Donating to politicians equates to sponsoring a bill.

    Becklings, everyone.

    So, keep me up to speed, is Lyin Ted for or against H-1B visas today? How about handing out stuffed animals and toys to illegal invaders? Lyin Ted still doing that or is he against it now?

  • Spleenicus

    Donating to politicians equates to sponsoring a bill.

    Becklings, everyone.

    So, keep me up to speed, is Lyin Ted for or against H-1B visas today? How about handing out stuffed animals and toys to illegal invaders? Lyin Ted still doing that or is he against it now?

  • Torcer

    Spleenicus
    So you are saying his policies are lies? Why then did Sneaky Ted adopt those lies as his own policies? Ted just likes lying I guess.
    https://disqus.com/home/discussion/moonbattery/specifics_at_last_trump_says_he_believes_in_policy_and_being_smart/#comment-2624310170

    If It’s supposedly Not a Strawman argument than please cite where I made that explicit statement and be sure to an EXCERPTS and Link in your answer.

    Definition of straw man
    1.1a sham argument set up to be defeated.
    Thus the user of the straw man fallacy exposes their own tendency to incorrectly categorize their opponent.
    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/straw-man?

  • Torcer

    Spleenicus
    So you are saying his policies are lies? Why then did Sneaky Ted adopt those lies as his own policies? Ted just likes lying I guess.
    https://disqus.com/home/discussion/moonbattery/specifics_at_last_trump_says_he_believes_in_policy_and_being_smart/#comment-2624310170

    If It’s supposedly Not a Strawman argument than please cite where I made that explicit statement and be sure to an EXCERPTS and Link in your answer.

    Definition of straw man
    1.1a sham argument set up to be defeated.
    Thus the user of the straw man fallacy exposes their own tendency to incorrectly categorize their opponent.
    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/straw-man?

  • Lobotomist

    Casinos with strip clubs in them. Only a complete moron can’t make money on gambling, liquor and sex.

  • Lobotomist

    Casinos with strip clubs in them. Only a complete moron can’t make money on gambling, liquor and sex.

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  • cjkcjk

    I will make that judgement for myself. Are you the censor?

  • cjkcjk

    I will make that judgement for myself. Are you the censor?

  • Spleenicus

    You are saying El Rato hasn’t mirrored Trump’s policies? That just makes you a run of the mill liar.

  • Spleenicus

    You are saying El Rato hasn’t mirrored Trump’s policies? That just makes you a run of the mill liar.

  • Torcer

    Spleenicus

    You are saying El Rato hasn’t mirrored Trump’s policies? That just makes you a run of the mill liar.
    https://disqus.com/home/discussion/moonbattery/specifics_at_last_trump_says_he_believes_in_policy_and_being_smart/#comment-2627159265

    So you spew another strawman and then use that as the basis of an incendiary accusation.

    Please answer my previous comment as well showing where I supposedly stated that which you claimed in your recent comment.

    IF YOU CANNOT, you will shown to be the pejorative you so blithely tossed out.

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  • Spleenicus

    Post some more clever pictures, El Rato worshiper. I feel no obligation to mollify scum like you. Weren’t y’all calling untrusTED an outsider little bit ago? And now he’s a genius for knowing the insiders’ game like the back of his hand? Bah, cult members.

  • Torcer

    My response is here:
    http://moonbattery.com/?p=71201#comment-2634612418
    Since I prefer to eviscerate those who cannot answer a basic question in a more public forum..

  • Spleenicus

    Spewing inane talking points means eviscerated?

    Che Cruzlings, everyone.

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