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Dec 15 2015

Trump Strikeout

I try to like Donald Trump because of his stands on illegal and Muslim immigration. On other issues, he makes it hard.

If there is one outrage more intolerable than all the rest that have been inflicted in the name of political correctness, it is Affirmative Action, the principle by which coveted positions are awarded to the unqualified at the expense of the qualified in a display of reverence for favored groups like blacks. For example, qualified whites and Asians are denied positions in top schools to make way for less qualified blacks, who cannot keep up with the coursework and consequently fail. Those who are passed through the system lest there be a racial imbalance in graduation rates will forever have their credentials questioned, sometimes with good reason. Meanwhile, careers are blocked because of the sin of pale skin. The injustice and perniciousness of Affirmative Action are beyond obvious.

Trump backs Affirmative Action. Shamefully, he joined the liberal media in demonizing the great Antonin Scalia for observing that you do people no favors by putting them in schools where they won’t be able to keep up.

If there is one outrage more intolerable than all the rest that have been inflicted in the name of crony capitalism, it is ethanol subsidies. Taxpayer $billions are stuffed down this rat hole to produce fuel that is worse for the environment than normal gasoline, costs more, is less efficient, drives up the price of food, results in starvation in poor countries, and even damages the engines of our cars.

Trump backs ethanol subsidies. He wants votes in Iowa, so he is pandering to agribusiness, just as he panders to blacks on Affirmative Action. He doesn’t have to worry about betraying his conservative principles, because he doesn’t have any. This is a guy who adores the infamous Kelo decision, which grants the government the authority to seize private property on behalf of crony capitalists.

If there is one outrage more intolerable than all the rest the RINO establishment has inflicted, it is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a de facto ally of Barack Obama. At least Ted Cruz has stood up to him, courageously calling him out for his skeevy lies on the Senate floor.

Trump denounced Cruz for doing this, siding with McConnell by calling Cruz a “maniac” for standing up to him.

Strike three.

Supposedly Trump will do something about Third World immigration, the most urgent threat facing us. He had sure better. Otherwise he would be just another megalomaniacal liberal statist, who also backs tax hikes and socialized medicine, similar to what we have in the White House now.

On a tip from Varla.




152 Responses to “Trump Strikeout”

  1. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Yep. I don’t trust Trump. I’ll take him over the establishment minions. I think he has America’s best interests at heart, too, which puts him way ahead of any of the international socialists who call themselves Democrats. But he’s no conservative and never has been.

  2. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Yep. I don’t trust Trump. I’ll take him over the establishment minions. I think he has America’s best interests at heart, too, which puts him way ahead of any of the international socialists who call themselves Democrats. But he’s no conservative and never has been.

  3. Lockstein13 says:

    Waah! Waaaaahhhhh!!!! WAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!
    What a “coincidence” that all of a sudden, just before this debate, a boatload of “conservative” writers *unexpectedly* come out against Trump.

    PHHHHHHHHHTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!

    CONSIDER: Trump
    1) wants to build a wall, stop illegal immigration, and begin deportation…

    2) wants to stop Common Core federalization of education…

    3) doesn’t support the TPP trade deal, and puts America first…

    4) wants to actually repeal ObamaCare and replace with market/consumer approach..

    5) supports the Military, Police and Law Enforcement 100%….

    YET the GOP Establishment still whines: “he’s not conservative“.

  4. Lockstein13 says:

    Waah! Waaaaahhhhh!!!! WAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!
    What a “coincidence” that all of a sudden, just before this debate, a boatload of “conservative” writers *unexpectedly* come out against Trump.

    PHHHHHHHHHTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!

    CONSIDER: Trump
    1) wants to build a wall, stop illegal immigration, and begin deportation…

    2) wants to stop Common Core federalization of education…

    3) doesn’t support the TPP trade deal, and puts America first…

    4) wants to actually repeal ObamaCare and replace with market/consumer approach..

    5) supports the Military, Police and Law Enforcement 100%….

    YET the GOP Establishment still whines: “he’s not conservative“.

  5. Lockstein13 says:

    I’ll take effectiveness and resolve over ideology ANY DAY.

  6. Lockstein13 says:

    I’ll take effectiveness and resolve over ideology ANY DAY.

  7. Borg_Squasher says:

    Lockstein gets it! We always knew Dave didn’t like Trump, even when he held his nose and posted Intellectual Froglegs lol…and I got news for you Cruzbots, he’s not s natural born citizen..he can’t be prez! You guys should try reading the Constitution sometime

  8. Common_Sense_MAGA says:

    Lockstein gets it! We always knew Dave didn’t like Trump, even when he held his nose and posted Intellectual Froglegs lol…and I got news for you Cruzbots, he’s not s natural born citizen..he can’t be prez! You guys should try reading the Constitution sometime

  9. DJ says:

    Strikeout my ass! Trump is a homerun hitter! Moreover, he’s the only candidate in the GOPee pack that strong enough to actually win against The Rod Ham in the general.
    .
    TRUMP – 2016

  10. DJ says:

    Strikeout my ass! Trump is a homerun hitter! Moreover, he’s the only candidate in the GOPee pack that strong enough to actually win against The Rod Ham in the general.
    .
    TRUMP – 2016

  11. jackburns says:

    Trump is about all we have left if we buy into the usual change-via-election model. Best not to forget however that we are watching a puppet show put on by the junker class.

  12. jack burns says:

    Trump is about all we have left if we buy into the usual change-via-election model. Best not to forget however that we are watching a puppet show put on by the junker class.

  13. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    When it comes down to it, Trump has his head on straight about the most critical, urgent issues. I think Trump will indeed work toward stopping the worst of the bleeding. Unlike the Dems, who will accelerate the decline, or most of the GOP, who will slow the decline a bit at best. If I can’t have Cruz, then I want Trump. Of course, even Cruz has issues (he supported TPA before he flipped and voted against it, and his wife is a thrice-damned globalist, which can’t be a plus).

    As to how effective either will be…

    Part depends on Congress. Both the Dems and GOPe will be hostile to either Trump or Cruz. We would need to bring in some more Americans in both houses of Congress. Either man would begin to reverse most of the damage Obama did by executive action. Cruz would probably be more vigorous and thorough in this regard than Trump. Trump I think would gladly go beyond his Constitutional authority pushing his agenda if he can get away with it, just like Obama has. But, then, so would Hilary, so I’ll take Trump over her if forced to choose. Cruz would not abuse his authority, so he might be less effective in that regard.

  14. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    When it comes down to it, Trump has his head on straight about the most critical, urgent issues. I think Trump will indeed work toward stopping the worst of the bleeding. Unlike the Dems, who will accelerate the decline, or most of the GOP, who will slow the decline a bit at best. If I can’t have Cruz, then I want Trump. Of course, even Cruz has issues (he supported TPA before he flipped and voted against it, and his wife is a thrice-damned globalist, which can’t be a plus).

    As to how effective either will be…

    Part depends on Congress. Both the Dems and GOPe will be hostile to either Trump or Cruz. We would need to bring in some more Americans in both houses of Congress. But I think Trump, being more of a pragmatist, would probably be better able to compromise to make deals happen. Which means, of course, that we’ll get screwed by the other side, who never deliver on their end of deals (I’ll gladly give you tax cuts on Tuesday for a spending increase today!). Maybe Trump can do better than Reagan and others did in crafting deals that make the other side live up to their end.

    Either man would begin to reverse most of the damage Obama did by executive action. Cruz would probably be more vigorous and thorough in this regard than Trump. Beyond undoing the damage Obama has done to push their own agenda, Trump I think would gladly go beyond his Constitutional authority if he can get away with it (just like Obama has). But, then, so would Hilary, so I’ll take Trump over her if forced to choose. Cruz would not abuse his authority, so he might be less effective in that regard.

  15. Bob says:

    I’m not sure about Trump yet. If Cruz wins Iowa the Trump’s true colors might come out even more. I will never vote for a 3rd party. That will elect Clinton or that other old commie. I will vote for whoever the republican candidate will be.

  16. Bob says:

    I’m not sure about Trump yet. If Cruz wins Iowa the Trump’s true colors might come out even more. I will never vote for a 3rd party. That will elect Clinton or that other old commie. I will vote for whoever the republican candidate will be.

  17. Gene says:

    Trump’s stand on illegal immigration is not all that great. He wants to deport people then let them back in, sending them to the head of the line. In other words he just wants a more expensive form of amnesty. But he wants to build a fence (like most other Republican) if Mexico will pay for it.

  18. Gene says:

    Trump’s stand on illegal immigration is not all that great. He wants to deport people then let them back in, sending them to the head of the line. In other words he just wants a more expensive form of amnesty. But he wants to build a fence (like most other Republican) if Mexico will pay for it.

  19. Gene says:

    Someone who responds to policy issues by calling the other person ugly and stupid and claiming that he (Trump) is rich, is not much of a choice or a change. We might as well give up. Further, that type of response is not a logical policy argument.

  20. Gene says:

    Someone who responds to policy issues by calling the other person ugly and stupid and claiming that he (Trump) is rich, is not much of a choice or a change. We might as well give up. Further, that type of response is not a logical policy argument.

  21. marcus tullius cicero says:

    …with Trump, the medicine is worst than the cure.

  22. Lockstein13 says:

    I’ll take your word on Dave; don’t know his work so well.
    I’m quite sure Cruz IS elegible, according to quite a number of Constitutional scholars.

  23. marcus tullius cicero says:

    …with Trump, the medicine is worst than the cure.

  24. Lockstein13 says:

    I’ll take your word on Dave; don’t know his work so well.
    I’m quite sure Cruz IS elegible, according to quite a number of Constitutional scholars.

  25. Lockstein13 says:

    …except for all the other candidates.

  26. Lockstein13 says:

    …except for all the other candidates.

  27. Lockstein13 says:

    That is so wrong I don’t know where to begin, other than to say improve your reading comprehension and look up his policy.

  28. Lockstein13 says:

    That is so wrong I don’t know where to begin, other than to say improve your reading comprehension and look up his policy.

  29. Lockstein13 says:

    Please note that, with (I believe) one possible exception, NO ONE who has won Iowa (an utterly UNinfluential state caucus) has ever won the Presidency…so it’s more like a Kiss Of Death to the “winner”….

  30. Lockstein13 says:

    Please note that, with (I believe) one possible exception, NO ONE who has won Iowa (an utterly UNinfluential state caucus) has ever won the Presidency…so it’s more like a Kiss Of Death to the “winner”….

  31. Lockstein13 says:

    I started out liking Cruz more than Trump…but then
    I became more concerned about Cruz’s
    support of the Trans Pacific Trade Deal
    (including the ANTI-Constitutional Corker Amendment)
    and wanting to increase the flood of professional immigrants via H1-B visas….like America can afford to lose more jobs….

  32. Lockstein13 says:

    I started out liking Cruz more than Trump…but then
    I became more concerned about Cruz’s
    support of the Trans Pacific Trade Deal
    (including the ANTI-Constitutional Corker Amendment)
    and wanting to increase the flood of professional immigrants via H1-B visas….like America can afford to lose more jobs….

  33. Gene says:

    The Constitution does not define “natural born,” maybe you should read it. And while you’re at it, try reading 8 U.S. Code sec. 1401, and the Supreme Court decisions on the subject. “Natural born” is not limited to the geographic boarders of the US (in fact the geographic definition was established by a Supreme Court decision). All you need is for one of your parents to be a US Citizen who lived in the US at some time, which is why the children of US Service members stationed overseas are US citizens (service in the US military satisfies the physical presence requirement, 8 U.S. Code sec. 1401(g)). Also, Art I, sec. 8, gives Congress the authority to establish the rules on naturalization.

    So, pull your head out of your A#@ read the Constitution, laws, and court opinions on the topic, and try using your brain sometime.

  34. Gene says:

    The Constitution does not define “natural born,” maybe you should read it. And while you’re at it, try reading 8 U.S. Code sec. 1401, and the Supreme Court decisions on the subject. “Natural born” is not limited to the geographic boarders of the US (in fact the geographic definition was established by a Supreme Court decision). All you need is for one of your parents to be a US Citizen who lived in the US at some time, which is why the children of US Service members stationed overseas are US citizens (service in the US military satisfies the physical presence requirement, 8 U.S. Code sec. 1401(g)). Also, Art I, sec. 8, gives Congress the authority to establish the rules on naturalization.

    So, pull your head out of your A#@ read the Constitution, laws, and court opinions on the topic, and try using your brain sometime.

  35. Fiberal says:

    Undoubtedly, Trump has some liberal lice in his hair.

    And, he might not think things out ahead of time as well as he should, probably because he is not presenting formulations on a teleprompter, is not a polished politician and as a New Yorker, has had to tow the liberal line.

    But on balance, that is peripheral. Trump is the best thing going.

    Cruz is also great. The problem however, with Cruz is that he like Trump, is reviled by the DC establishment. This means that to get things done, both of these guys are going to have to negotiate and make deals; even with (especially with) a Republican controlled congress and senate.

    Trump’s liberal comments signal the deal-making repertoire that he carries.
    Not found in Cruz.

    It may also be worthwhile for Trump to consider a third party.

    This would depend on how much support he can poll and whether the GOP tries a brokered convention.

    The main reason for a third party is that BO and the dimocrats are fast-tracking both illegal mexican aliens and probably syrian “refugees” to become citizens in time to vote in 2016.
    http://conservative50.com/obamas-citizenship-fast-tracking-causes-controversy/
    http://therealside.com/2015/05/were-fast-tracking-600000-islamic-syrian-refugees-to-citizenship-are-you-ready/

    Add this to the dimocrat cheating machine and the foreign money they use — and the Republican party is doomed.

    And, the GOP cannot legally challenge dim cheating at the ballot boxes – they signed away their right to do so in 1982 and have not had the wherewithall to get this lousy decision reversed.
    http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/gop-legally-barred-from-fighting-vote-fraud/

    It would probably not sit well with Trump to be cheated out of the presidency.
    In a third party he could act. Whereas Cruz, as a Republican, could not.

  36. Fiberal says:

    Undoubtedly, Trump has some liberal lice in his hair.

    And, he might not think things out ahead of time as well as he should, probably because he is not presenting formulations on a teleprompter, is not a polished politician and as a New Yorker, has had to tow the liberal line.

    But on balance, that is peripheral. Trump is the best thing going.

    Cruz is also great. The problem however, with Cruz is that he like Trump, is reviled by the DC establishment. This means that to get things done, both of these guys are going to have to negotiate and make deals; even with (especially with) a Republican controlled congress and senate.

    Trump’s liberal comments signal the deal-making repertoire that he carries.
    Not found in Cruz.

    It may also be worthwhile for Trump to consider a third party.

    This would depend on how much support he can poll and whether the GOP tries a brokered convention.

    The main reason for a third party is that BO and the dimocrats are fast-tracking both illegal mexican aliens and probably syrian “refugees” to become citizens in time to vote in 2016.
    http://conservative50.com/obamas-citizenship-fast-tracking-causes-controversy/
    http://therealside.com/2015/05/were-fast-tracking-600000-islamic-syrian-refugees-to-citizenship-are-you-ready/

    Add this to the dimocrat cheating machine and the foreign money they use — and the Republican party is doomed.

    And, the GOP cannot legally challenge dim cheating at the ballot boxes – they signed away their right to do so in 1982 and have not had the wherewithall to get this lousy decision reversed.
    http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/gop-legally-barred-from-fighting-vote-fraud/

    It would probably not sit well with Trump to be cheated out of the presidency.
    In a third party he could act. Whereas Cruz, as a Republican, could not.

  37. Conniption Fitz says:

    Can’t build the Keystone Pipeline without eminent domain.

    Trump is not for tax hikes, so Walsh is wrong about that.

    As for health care, Trump is a common sense candidate.

    He says Medicare works and they can fix/repair Social Security by restoring US solvency.

    Re: Affirmative Action, I don’t know. I think he’s going to go for ‘color blind’ MLK character rather than skin color approach and encourage achievement and remedial classes/training, rather than the BLM/BGI black victimhood industry approach.

  38. Conniption Fitz says:

    Can’t build the Keystone Pipeline without eminent domain.

    Trump is not for tax hikes, so Walsh is wrong about that.

    As for health care, Trump is a common sense candidate.

    He says Medicare works and they can fix/repair Social Security by restoring US solvency.

    Re: Affirmative Action, I don’t know. I think he’s going to go for ‘color blind’ MLK character rather than skin color approach and encourage achievement and remedial classes/training, rather than the BLM/BGI black victimhood industry approach.

  39. Conniption Fitz says:

    Cruz vote for TPA and the Corker bill and his refusal to campaign with conservative challengers lost him my support.

  40. Conniption Fitz says:

    Cruz vote for TPA and the Corker bill and his refusal to campaign with conservative challengers lost him my support.

  41. Conniption Fitz says:

    Trump wants to let only those who have been good citizens come back. The criminals can stay deported.

  42. Conniption Fitz says:

    Trump wants to let only those who have been good citizens come back. The criminals can stay deported.

  43. Wilberforce says:

    Hey, Dave: would you like a Strike Four for the case file?

  44. Wilberforce says:

    Hey, Dave: would you like a Strike Four for the case file?

  45. Wilberforce says:

    I live in central Iowa, and heard a Trump radio ad the other day in which he used that same RINO line that Romney used during the last debates: “I will repeal and replace Obamacare.”

    Dammit, NO. That was my Strike Three.

  46. Dianne says:

    Wow! That was some hit piece. But – TRUMP 2016!!!

  47. Wilberforce says:

    I live in central Iowa, and heard a Trump radio ad the other day in which he used that same RINO line that Romney used during the last debates: “I will repeal and replace Obamacare.”

    Dammit, NO. That was my Strike Three.

  48. Dianne says:

    Wow! That was some hit piece. But – TRUMP 2016!!!

  49. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Yeah, they both have issues. And, sadly, we’ll be damned lucky to get either one of them in the end.

  50. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Yeah, they both have issues. And, sadly, we’ll be damned lucky to get either one of them in the end.

  51. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    In fairness to RINO Romney, he didn’t get the chance to try. Cruz would do all he can. I don’t trust Trump as much in this regard. At any rate, if RINO Mitch is still in charge of the Senate, I have 10 bucks that says he’ll let the repeal bill die by not pushing it through using budget reconciliation (the same cheat Harry Reid used to get the damn thing passed in the first place). That’s IF Ryan can get a bill out of the house. I have another 10 bucks that says Ryan and the RINOs will side with the Dems to pass some Obamacare “fix” bill that keeps the gravy flowing to their cronies in the insurance industry.

  52. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    In fairness to RINO Romney, he didn’t get the chance to try. Maybe he would have had some free market solutions (yeah, I know; unlikely). Cruz would do all he can. I don’t trust Trump as much in this regard. At any rate, if RINO Mitch is still in charge of the Senate, I have 10 bucks that says he’ll let the repeal bill die by not pushing it through using budget reconciliation (the same cheat Harry Reid used to get the damn thing passed in the first place). That’s IF Ryan can get a bill out of the house. I have another 10 bucks that says Ryan and the RINOs will side with the Dems to pass some Obamacare “fix” bill that keeps the gravy flowing to their cronies in the insurance industry, and THAT is the one that makes it through the Senate.

  53. Paladin says:

    There are some things I like about each of the top runners, and some things I don’t like about each of the top runners. Trump definitely comes from a more liberal background, but has turned more conservative. I think he would be good for the country. Cruz is very conservative and has argued for conservative principles in front of the Supreme Court and on the Senate floor. If I had my druthers, I’d druther have Cruz than Trump. Either one would be good for the country overall.

  54. Paladin says:

    There are some things I like about each of the top runners, and some things I don’t like about each of the top runners. Trump definitely comes from a more liberal background, but has turned more conservative. I think he would be good for the country. Cruz is very conservative and has argued for conservative principles in front of the Supreme Court and on the Senate floor. If I had my druthers, I’d druther have Cruz than Trump. Either one would be good for the country overall.

  55. Xavier says:

    I am not a Trump supporter but the US has been set on an irreversible course by liberals over decades and we might as well be entertained by watching them froth and gnash at Trump as we swirl into oblivion.
    “Elect Trump He Sucks Less Than The Rest”

  56. Xavier says:

    I am not a Trump supporter but the US has been set on an irreversible course by liberals over decades and we might as well be entertained by watching them froth and gnash at Trump as we swirl into oblivion.
    “Elect Trump He Sucks Less Than The Rest”

  57. DJ says:

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump Dec 13

    “@Barbara_NC: Trump did not need 2acquire wealth & power, owes nothing to anyone. Candidates owe their backers pic.twitter.com/B1x6ImsWzU”

  58. DJ says:

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump Dec 13

    “@Barbara_NC: Trump did not need 2acquire wealth & power, owes nothing to anyone. Candidates owe their backers pic.twitter.com/B1x6ImsWzU”

  59. Jack Bauer says:

    It’s somewhere between hard and near impossible for many of us conservative/libertarian leaning voters to find a candidate who doesn’t hold a few views that we don’t agree with. I think more than any class of voter, conservatives are often defeated by their own dedication to a “purity standard” that they demand from candidates. One issue they don’t agree with, and BAM!….”not voting for that guy now!”. To each his own, but I also know there’ll never be a candidate I agree with 100% of the time. On the other side, the dimwits simply look for the “D” next to the name, and that’s what we’re up against.

    The great Wm. F. Buckley used to have a philosophy he applied and that was:
    “Vote for the most conservative candidate that is running for the office, regardless of the party”.

    Call me the eternal cynic, but for years my philosophy has boiled down to one question when I enter the voting booth:

    …….”Which one of these sonsofbitches is likely to do me the least harm?”.

    Too cynical?……lol

  60. Jack Bauer says:

    It’s somewhere between hard and near impossible for many of us conservative/libertarian leaning voters to find a candidate who doesn’t hold a few views that we don’t agree with. I think more than any class of voter, conservatives are often defeated by their own dedication to a “purity standard” that they demand from candidates. One issue they don’t agree with, and BAM!….”not voting for that guy now!”. To each his own, but I also know there’ll never be a candidate I agree with 100% of the time. On the other side, the dimwits simply look for the “D” next to the name, and that’s what we’re up against.

    The great Wm. F. Buckley used to have a philosophy he applied and that was:
    “Vote for the most conservative candidate that is running for the office, regardless of the party”.

    Call me the eternal cynic, but for years my philosophy has boiled down to one question when I enter the voting booth:

    …….”Which one of these sonsofbitches is likely to do me the least harm?”.

    Too cynical?……lol

  61. MAS says:

    Oh dang Dave threw a grenade at The Donald…

  62. MAS says:

    Oh dang Dave threw a grenade at The Donald…

  63. MAS says:

    But can you refute it? STILL VETTING THE CANDIDATES FOR 2016!!!

  64. MAS says:

    But can you refute it? STILL VETTING THE CANDIDATES FOR 2016!!!

  65. MAS says:

    “Trump definitely comes from a more liberal background, but has turned more conservative”

    You seem so sure of that, are you? Could The Donald be capable of lying to close a deal?

  66. MAS says:

    “Trump definitely comes from a more liberal background, but has turned more conservative”

    You seem so sure of that, are you? Could The Donald be capable of lying to close a deal?

  67. Vic Kelley says:

    I’m hoping Cruz catches on. He doesn’t seem to be as good at campaigning as others. Then again with the media it’s a rigged game. They’re happy to keep publicizing Trump with their slanted commentaries.

  68. Vic Kelley says:

    I’m hoping Cruz catches on. He doesn’t seem to be as good at campaigning as others. Then again with the media it’s a rigged game. They’re happy to keep publicizing Trump with their slanted commentaries.

  69. Chronos Z. Wonderpig says:

    but he is still better than Hillary!

  70. Chronos Z. Wonderpig says:

    but he is still better than Hillary!

  71. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Bill: Hey, Donald, wanna swap wives after dinner?

    Donald: Damn, Bill. You’re gonna have to do something pretty drastic to sweeten that deal. Like, maybe throw in the State of Washington?

  72. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Bill: Hey, Donald, wanna swap wives after dinner?

    Donald: Damn, Bill. You’re gonna have to do something pretty drastic to sweeten that deal. Like, maybe throw in the State of Washington?

  73. Dianne says:

    Probably, if I re-watch all of his Townhalls, etc. and take detailed notes.

  74. Dianne says:

    Probably, if I re-watch all of his Townhalls, etc. and take detailed notes.

  75. Dianne says:

    I can link to the opinions of others and state my own “Facts” as well as anyone I guess.

  76. Dianne says:

    I can link to the opinions of others and state my own “Facts” as well as anyone I guess.

  77. jackburns says:

    There are 3 major issues driving the debate: 1) immigration, 2) terrorism and 3) the economy/massive debt. If 1 & 2 aren’t addressed, 3 won’t matter. Trump might be the best choice for all 3, but I think that Carson and Cruz are better human beings. We’re stuck to where we need a warrior. Pants Suit is depraved and Sanders is a bolshevik.

  78. jack burns says:

    There are 3 major issues driving the debate: 1) immigration, 2) terrorism and 3) the economy/massive debt. If 1 & 2 aren’t addressed, 3 won’t matter. Trump might be the best choice for all 3, but I think that Carson and Cruz are better human beings. We’re stuck to where we need a warrior. Pants Suit is depraved and Sanders is a bolshevik.

  79. ray says:

    Many Americans, and westerners, have convinced themselves that immigration is the Only Issue That Matters. But that’s just more of the denial that got US into this mess. People want simple political solutions . . . solutions that do NOT cause them to have to change their hearts or minds.
    AA is a good example. Far more damage has been done by advancing white females in America using AA than was done by pushing blacks or etc. to the front of the line. Why aren’t Americans demanding an end to female-favoritism AA? Because Americans are fat-assed cowards and hypocrites with their hands in the till, and they don’t want their gynarchy changed, whether the nation goes to hell or not.
    America is ruled, at the practical level, via the purchasing power (covetousness) of females, and that power is what made Trump a zillionaire, just like it made Barack Hussein the President. Twice. Trump knows he can play on fear and emotionalism with the immigration issue, that immigration is Safe, and he also knows that AA (and the rest of the enabling legislation for the gynarchy) must not be mentioned . . . much less actually reformed. Because then his ass would go out with the rest of the trash.

  80. ray says:

    Many Americans, and westerners, have convinced themselves that immigration is the Only Issue That Matters. But that’s just more of the denial that got US into this mess. People want simple political solutions . . . solutions that do NOT cause them to have to change their hearts or minds.
    AA is a good example. Far more damage has been done by advancing white females in America using AA than was done by pushing blacks or etc. to the front of the line. Why aren’t Americans demanding an end to female-favoritism AA? Because Americans are fat-assed cowards and hypocrites with their hands in the till, and they don’t want their gynarchy changed, whether the nation goes to hell or not.
    America is ruled, at the practical level, via the purchasing power (covetousness) of females, and that power is what made Trump a zillionaire, just like it made Barack Hussein the President. Twice. Trump knows he can play on fear and emotionalism with the immigration issue, that immigration is Safe, and he also knows that AA (and the rest of the enabling legislation for the gynarchy) must not be mentioned . . . much less actually reformed. Because then his ass would go out with the rest of the trash.

  81. Paladin says:

    The media can’t stand him, but have to have him on because he’s so good for their ratings. They try to destroy him by exaggerating what he says, but the general public is so fed up with politicians that it ends up increasing his popularity. Cruz has been my top pick since he entered the race. Trump is about 4th for me, but definitely above Rubio, Jeb?, Kasich, Huckabee, and Graham.

  82. Paladin says:

    The media can’t stand him, but have to have him on because he’s so good for their ratings. They try to destroy him by exaggerating what he says, but the general public is so fed up with politicians that it ends up increasing his popularity. Cruz has been my top pick since he entered the race. Trump is about 4th for me, but definitely above Rubio, Jeb?, Kasich, Huckabee, and Graham.

  83. Paladin says:

    Of course he could. But his viewpoints have changed slowly, which implies a genuine change. Don’t get me wrong, he still has more liberal outlooks than I would like in a President, but he’s a better pick than anyone the Republican establishment wants to put forward.

  84. Paladin says:

    Of course he could. But his viewpoints have changed slowly, which implies a genuine change. Don’t get me wrong, he still has more liberal outlooks than I would like in a President, but he’s a better pick than anyone the Republican establishment wants to put forward.

  85. Fiberal says:

    Immigration is the only issue that matters to the survival of the country. Under no circumstances can the U.S. withstand another four years of absorbing mexico and now the mideast.

    You can evaluate the veracity of this statement by examining the quality of the opposition to it, below.

  86. Fiberal says:

    Immigration is the only issue that matters to the survival of the country. Under no circumstances can the U.S. withstand another four years of absorbing mexico and now the mideast.

    You can evaluate the veracity of this statement by examining the quality of the opposition to it, below.

  87. Daniel says:

    The underlying issue is the establishment and the agenda struggle which is going on in MANY western culture nations including Australia and others. There is a push to create growing unions like the EU and the TPP is part of that push. Immigration is but a portion of the over-all strategy at play.

    This is FAR bigger than the US. But to stop the larger agenda, we need a president that will stop the US’s role in it.

    Trump is VERY aware of that agenda. He has hinted at it but has avoided and even saved making statements about it specifically. He is absolutely enraged about what is going on and that’s where he gets his energy.

  88. Daniel says:

    The underlying issue is the establishment and the agenda struggle which is going on in MANY western culture nations including Australia and others. There is a push to create growing unions like the EU and the TPP is part of that push. Immigration is but a portion of the over-all strategy at play.

    This is FAR bigger than the US. But to stop the larger agenda, we need a president that will stop the US’s role in it.

    Trump is VERY aware of that agenda. He has hinted at it but has avoided and even saved making statements about it specifically. He is absolutely enraged about what is going on and that’s where he gets his energy.

  89. sth_txs says:

    Cruz is not a natural born citizen and has questionable allegiances. He does a couple good things here and there, but I think it is more for show than a real core belief.

    Definitely some strikes against Trump, but the immigration issue needs to be dealt with now.

    In the end, whomever is elected, still needs Congress to do something.

  90. South Texas says:

    Cruz is not a natural born citizen and has questionable allegiances. He does a couple good things here and there, but I think it is more for show than a real core belief.

    Definitely some strikes against Trump, but the immigration issue needs to be dealt with now.

    In the end, whomever is elected, still needs Congress to do something.

  91. Borg_Squasher says:

    You might want to take my word again! And oh yeah Obama is considered a “Constitutional Scholar”

    No person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty-five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States

  92. Common_Sense_MAGA says:

    You might want to take my word again! And oh yeah Obama is considered a “Constitutional Scholar”

    No person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty-five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States

    Even Obama was at least born in HI(US) Cruz was born in a FOREIGN COUNTRY

  93. Actually, there is no legitimate challenge against Cruz’s eligibility. While everyone knows that politicians lie, especially when running for office, why so many people think Trump isn’t full of crap just because he’s wealthy confuses me greatly.

  94. Actually, there is no legitimate challenge against Cruz’s eligibility. While everyone knows that politicians lie, especially when running for office, why so many people think Trump isn’t full of crap just because he’s wealthy confuses me greatly.

  95. I would offer that if 3 isn’t addressed soon, 1 and 2 won’t matter, either. We need to hit the trifecta here…

  96. I would offer that if 3 isn’t addressed soon, 1 and 2 won’t matter, either. We need to hit the trifecta here…

  97. the idea of a Mexico-funded wall is as asinine a statement as I’ve ever heard from any politician. ever. period. Nearly as ignorant is the idea that we can change the weather through taxation.

  98. the idea of a Mexico-funded wall is as asinine a statement as I’ve ever heard from any politician. ever. period. Nearly as ignorant is the idea that we can change the weather through taxation.

  99. Place of birth doesn’t matter, as long as at least one parent is a citizen (his mother). Cruz is indeed eligible. Whether or not Trump flames out remains to be seen. My money is on Cruz.

  100. Place of birth doesn’t matter, as long as at least one parent is a citizen (his mother). Cruz is indeed eligible. Whether or not Trump flames out remains to be seen. My money is on Cruz.

  101. batman says:

    I say, that, in order to be of the country,
    it is necessary that a person be born of a father who is a citizen; for if he is born there of a foreigner, it will be only the place of his birth, and not his country.
    — Emer deVattel Law of Nations pp 218.Book I . Children follow the conditions of their fathers, and succeed to their rights. The founders cited the “Laws of Nature” which is of course, the same book as “Law of Nations.”

  102. batman says:

    I say, that, in order to be of the country,
    it is necessary that a person be born of a father who is a citizen; for if he is born there of a foreigner, it will be only the place of his birth, and not his country.
    — Emer deVattel Law of Nations pp 218.Book I . Children follow the conditions of their fathers, and succeed to their rights. The founders cited the “Laws of Nature” which is of course, the same book as “Law of Nations.”

  103. Jester says:

    There is NO opposition party anymore. All Republicans are Democrats, and all Democrats are Republicans, period.

  104. JoeK says:

    I believe by name recognition alone he would beat her!

  105. Jester says:

    There is NO opposition party anymore. All Republicans are Democrats, and all Democrats are Republicans, period.

  106. JoeK says:

    I believe by name recognition alone he would beat her!

  107. IslandLifer says:

    Immigration is my #1 concern right now. Trump 2016!

  108. IslandLifer says:

    Immigration is my #1 concern right now. Trump 2016!

  109. Pork_Soda says:

    How dare you insult Alcoholics Anonymous in such a fashion! 😉 (Hic!)

  110. TED says:

    Yes, it might be from Cruz’s site, you think Trump would put it on his?!

  111. Pork_Soda says:

    How dare you insult Alcoholics Anonymous in such a fashion! 😉 (Hic!)

  112. TED says:

    Yes, it might be from Cruz’s site, I don’t know, BUT you think Trump would put it on his?!

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  115. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    I think Sanders is an ideologue, and would be one of the first people put against against the wall and shot if the Bolsheviks really take over. As for Hillary, I think of her as 2 parts cosa nostra, 1 part Bolshevik, soaked and wine and stuffed into a pant suit.

  116. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    I think Sanders is an ideologue, and would be one of the first people put against against the wall and shot if the Bolsheviks really take over. As for Hillary, I think of her as 2 parts cosa nostra, 1 part Bolshevik, soaked in wine and stuffed into a pant suit.

  117. jackburns says:

    We live in interesting times. Paranoia is a measured response. No analogy is adequate and maybe the most useful summary reference for, me at least, is the “Money Speech” from Network.

  118. jack burns says:

    We live in interesting times. Paranoia is a measured response. No analogy is adequate and maybe the most useful summary reference for, me at least, is the “Money Speech” from Network.

  119. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Heh, when I hear a speech about the futility of opposing the globalists, I think this:https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0a96743ce5b0bc82c917ffa9917198d7cbfe1c2ddf8c4031df1d1ce79bf743bc.jpg

  120. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Heh, when I hear a speech about the futility of opposing the globalists, I think this:https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0a96743ce5b0bc82c917ffa9917198d7cbfe1c2ddf8c4031df1d1ce79bf743bc.jpg

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