Why I Support Donald Trump – Part 2

People are having difficulty trying to figure out why I’m supporting Donald Trump with such severity.  So let me explain.

patriotI’ve already explained the specifics of what is ahead and how ONLY JEB BUSH will win the primary in – PART ONE – “The Tripwires”.  And I’ve expanded it for further explanation – HERE – and –HERE.

Regardless of how much you support a “NON-JEB” if you, as a conservative, vote for Walker, Perry, Cruz, Jindal, Rubio et al you will get JEB BUSH out of the GOPe machine.

Expecting a different outcome is like standing at that soda machine that gives you diet ginger ale regardless of which button you push.

Just because the buttons say: Coke, Root Beer, Fanta, Sprite etc. doesn’t mean the slots inside the machine (which you can’t see) are loaded with anything other than diet ginger ale, or Jeb Bush.

Putting your money in the same GOP machine over and over, only leaves you standing there with elevently cans of diet ginger ale;  the eleventy-first push of the button delivers yet another Jeb Bush.

Stop being a co-dependent, and don’t worry about walking to a different, perhaps unfamiliar, vending machine.  Also, don’t worry about expressing an opinion that you don’t trust Trump; or Trump doesn’t pass your litmus test of (fill in the blank).  Neither are the issue.

I have been transparent with my personal support for Donald Trump, and the specific reason for it.

I want the GOPe machine torn down, dispatched to earth orbit, and nuked while there regardless of consequence, because I’m sick of having to be brutalized and used by Republican liars hiding within it.  Period.

For me, the elimination of the GOPe machine is ultimately more valuable than anything else.

Walker, Bush, Rubio, Kasich, Perry, Christie, Huckabee et al will never destroy the GOPe machine, they themselves are part of the apparatus.

Rand Paul and Ted Cruz have shown an inability and unwillingness to do it.  Sorry to deliver the bitter pill of reference, but see VA, KY and MS primary 2014 – they supported the CoC McConnell/Boehner team.  They lost me with their self-serving refusal to charge, when charging mattered most.

Carson, Fiorina and Jindal, all good people, are dependent on $$$ and therefore unable to walk into the office and destroy the people who purchased it for them.

Pataki, Gilmore, Graham or other, are all part of the problem – not the solution.

So who does that leave me with?

Trump.

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I want the Republican ‘Big Government’ Party, as it is currently constructed, destroyed. DESTROYED. I want it replaced with America First Conservatism.

However, that said, I am clear-eyed that Trump is quite possibly not the guy to rebuild. And that’s OK.

I supported Scott Brown not to support Scott Brown, but to stop Obamacare. I was clear-eyed that a Massachusetts Republican was not a deeply committed strain of constitutional conservatism (see Mitt Romney “severely conservative”).

The Scott Brown effort failed, but the effort was a valid fight. Scott Brown was a tool, a means to an end.  The reason it failed was because the Democrats changed the rules (see Harry Reid and “reconciliation” in the Senate) after the loss.

Like Scott Brown, we need to use Trump to destroy the GOP.  The effort might not succeed, but what is there to lose.

The GOP machine supports: ¹ Comprehensive immigration reform to include amnesty, ² ObamaCare, and ³ Common Core.  U.S. Chamber of Commerce President, Tom Donohue, makes sure his priorities are the priorities of the GOPe, he pays well to insure it.

Just like pushing Scott Brown in January 2010, again it’s another worthy endeavor.

Once that’s done, and that also means phase 2 ridding the infection that is John Boehner and Mitch McConnell ideologues, then maybe we can rebuild an actual 2nd party – because right now there’s only one party, the uniparty of the GOP/DEM.

We have the most magnificent national classic car ever built – now in need of restoration.  Do we bondo it, yet again, for another fancy paint job without ever cutting out the underlying rust.  Or do we cut it down to clear margins and restore it from the ground up?

I hate bondo !

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282 Responses to Why I Support Donald Trump – Part 2

  1. judyw says:

    This is a great example of how Trump frames an issue, then acts appropriately.
    José Andrés in hot water after backing out of Trump deal
    Trump Old Post Office LLC sued Andrés’ ThinkFoodGroup and an affiliate, Topo Atrio LLC, for $10 million, citing two counts of breaking a contract for their restaurant deal in D.C., the Washington Business Journal reported Friday.

    According to the lawsuit, the restaurant group requested on July 17 that Trump apologize for his statements on immigration and not make similar claims in the future. Trump Old Post Office LLC told ThinkFoodGroup it was in default of its lease because they missed the deadline to submit construction documents. The suit was filed in U.S. District court for the District of Columbia.

    http://blogs.gwhatchet.com/newsroom/2015/07/31/jose-andres-in-hot-water-after-backing-out-of-trump-deal/?utm_content=buffer02910&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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  2. emet says:

    Nothing wrong with bondo (plastic filler) if applied properly, not too thick, and not on edges. Safer than lead, better on big areas, no heat needed, and will last a very long time. It resides under many concours restorations

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    • Ziiggii says:

      Yet it diminishes the value of the “classic” car vs doing a restoration correctly by cutting out the rust and replacing with new sheet metal!

      Here’s a different analogy: you don’t use wood filler to “fix” or cover up termite damage…

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    • PatriotUSA says:

      And bondo will not hold up or rebuild the foundations of this once fine Republic. We are past the point of more bondo. The salt has done it damage to the the frame and is now eating away at the quarter panels. Time for the torch and new metal, panels. You want real Detroit iron or POS imported garbage, progressive, globalist fru fru from Europitsan?

      Well explained SD. It time we shook the peach tree really hard to get the best fruit at the top of the tree, Leave the lower hanging stuff to give to the illegal alien invaders maggots as they swim back across the Rio Grande.

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  3. doodahdaze says:

    Megan Kelley=Dana PeRINO Jr.

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  4. Yes, but who gets the VP spot is equally important. Walker is my guy. He has the inside experience of the worst that can be thrown at a Republican and standing up to it. Cruz stands for good principles and he’s made a great effort in the Senate, but Walker has actually done what needed to be done.
    Too bad Trump doesn’t seem to appreciate Walker’s accomplishments. Trump is just repeating Dem/public employee union talking points. Not a good sign, SD. But I get your point. Just remember, things can change in the blink of an eye.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      I think you might want to look at what Walker said about Trump first.
      Trump spoke out on Walker after Walker dished Trump. Actually Walker’s dish of Trump was to defend the RINOs!
      To me if someone is defending the RINOs that usually means that they embrace their policies! Not a good sign in my book!

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    • silverdust says:

      The same Scott Walker who wanted to build a Mexican consulate in Wisonsin and who changed the name of Common Core to “Badger Standards”? The same Scott Walker who said the only guys he trusts in DC are Paul Ryan and Reince Priebus, his childhood friends?

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      • manickernel says:

        I do know it is the same Scott Walker who took on the very powerful teachers union, would not back down, and defeated them. Who gets death threats against his family due to his politics and will not back down. I am not 100% for him, but he will fight. And he rides a Harley.

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        • Sentient says:

          He looks like an accountant on that Harley. No offense to accountants. He won’t promise a fence on the US-Mexico border because the Kochs & the Chamber of Commerce want the border left wide open.

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      • rashamon says:

        Being the fossil that I am (I remember Taft vs Eisenhower): never has so much been thrown at a candidate/elected official as the money and manpower accosting Mr. Walker. As the home of progressivism (Follette family), the state also has a plentitude of “summer/fishing” Estates (capital E) belonging to the mafia, union bosses and, generally, cronies who don’t like you ’cause “you ain’t been introduced.”

        Unless you spend lots of time there, think twice about the headlines the libs and their media produce.

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  5. judyw says:

    Walid Shoebat on Trump giving specifics

    All what Trump has to do in these debates is to say “I will hire the right people for the job, instead of these morons who run U.S. politics, haven’t you watched The Apprentice?”.

    No matter what Trump says on “how he will do things”, the media will find lousy critics with right titles as “experts”. Trump explaining “how” in detail is not the right approach in a debate and no matter what he says, the media will nit-pick.
    http://shoebat.com/2015/08/05/donald-trump-will-crush-everyone-in-the-debate-tomorrow/

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    • keebler AC says:

      Although this is Ivanka Trump speaking, you get a sense of how hard the Apprentices work, “They go virtually 24 hours a day, and each task takes about three days. Unless they win, they don’t get a day off… It’s an incredible amount of work…”

      Meanwhile back in Europe, everyone is taking a siesta the whole month of July and August. Then rioting, murdering and punching each other’s faces over a soccer game. Global peace and unity, my foot.

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    • georgiafl says:

      In other words, Trump won’t reward cronies and create horrors such as the non-functional Obamacare website Michelle’s incompetent buddy created for billions of dollars.

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  6. kathyca says:

    I’m maybe the last person in the world who might be expected to get behind Trump, but I agree with you 1000%. Wolverines!

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  7. joepufnstuf says:

    First of all, there a difference between the GOP and the Democrats. If there had been a GOP president instead of Obama, we would not have Obamacare, or all the regulations he’s issued, or all the idiotic DOJ civil rights investigations, or the two liberal SC justices he has appointed (which in turn lead to liberal SC decisions for years to come).

    Second of all, destroying the GOP as it exists today will only lead to a smaller minority party which will never win a presidential contest, and probably gift the Democrats with permanent control of Congress.

    Finally, Donald Trump wrote in 2000 that he favored a single-payer healthcare system like Canada, and told O’Reilly in 2012 that illegals should be given a pathway to citizenship. Viewing him as a “tool’ to defeat Obamacare and amnesty can most charitably be described as bizarre.

    Politics is a game where you don’t get everything you want, and you frequently must settle for a choice that’s simply better than the alternative. You can’t just take your ball and go home.

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    • sundance says:

      Nice try, but no. Go sell crazy somewhere else. There is absolutely no difference between the GOP and Democrats.

      Did the GOP secure the border with control of the White House and Congress?
      Did the GOP balance the budget with control of the White House and Congress?

      Justice Roberts (I remind you a GOP Presidential nominee) affirmed ObamaCare, twice. And guess what, his vote counted with the same weight as Elena Kagen.

      Medicaid is already single payer healthcare.
      Who expanded Medicare to include prescription drug coverage? The GOP.
      Who expanded government and built additional costly agencies? The GOP.
      Who gave us the TSA? The GOP.
      Who gave us the unpatriotic patriot act? The GOP
      Who cut the tax rates on lower margins by 50% thereby removing any tax liability from the bottom 20% wage earners? While simultaneously expanding the role of government dependency programs? The GOP (“Bush Tax Cuts”)
      Who created the precursor of Common Core, “Race To The Top”? The GOP
      NAFTA? The GOP

      I want the GOP faction to be a small irrelevant minority party. Because I want Republicans to be America First Conservatives.

      You say: “Politics is a game where you don’t get everything you want”, fair enough. Name one thing that conservatives have gotten from delivering the House in ’10, and ’12, and the Senate, again, in ’14?

      How many Bills have been constructed, passed and forced Obama to sign or veto in the past year? Oh yeah, ZERO. That’s the GOP pushback?

      The Icing on the Establishment Cake…

      ….==> And the best, the absolute best representative face the GOP can come up with is Mitch McConnell and John Boehner? Neither of which can present themselves to a modern engaged, pop culture driven electorate, and simultaneously articulate a single principle or standard for the party without sounding like either that doddering fool down the road with the signs on his law forbidding anyone to dare touch the grass, OR, the washed up middle aged drunk guy at the end of the bar hitting on your 20 year old daughter?

      THAT is the face of the GOP.

      THIS. This is what you come here and defend?

      And, to think, people on your side (George Will) sit around and wonder why they’re losing?…

      Hillary or Jeb – ultimately there isn’t a damned bit of consequential difference.

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      • joepufnstuf says:

        It’s simply false that the GOP is the same as the Democrats. If the Democrats hadn’t controlled Congress and the WH in 2009, there would be no Obamacare. So that is a difference, therefore the two parties are not the same. I’m not saying the GOP perfectly aligns with the conservative wing, but the old saying applies about not letting the perfect be the enemy of the good (or at least preferable).

        If the GOP were blown up, what would be left would be a smaller “America First” party which would never elect a president and would most likely give Congress back to the Democrats. Simple Venn diagrams show that if you take a GOP circle A and mark off a smaller America First circle B within it, circle B will be smaller than A. And the remaining Democrat circle C will be the biggest circle on the white board.

        The GOP as it exists today may not be perfect, but it is a bigger tent than any smaller subset. The GOP should be reformed, not blown up. That is political suicide which will send America careening toward full-out European socialism.

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        • If the Democrats hadn’t controlled Congress and the WH in 2009, there would be no Obamacare.

          If they republicans hadn’t tried to pass amnesty in 2007, there wouldn’t have been a democrat controlled congress.

          It’s simply false that the GOP is the same as the Democrats.

          Keep telling yourself that. Any party that wants to give democrats 30 million new voters doesn’t disagree with anything democrats support, no matter how far in the sand you choose to bury your head.

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        • The GOP should be reformed, not blown up.

          And that is exactly what will happen if Conservatives take control and boot the “Old Guard” to the curb. The party will “reform” by moving further to the right (or should I say ‘less to the left’) where it belongs and, once again, present an alternative to the liberalism of the Democrats.

          That is political suicide which will send America careening toward full-out European socialism.

          Have you taken a good look around, lately? America is already “careening toward full-out European socialism.” And hoping that the GOPe will do anything about that is like hoping that Iran doesn’t really intend to build a nuclear device. The GOPe IS the problem, just as much as the Progressives are.

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        • mcfyre2012 says:

          While the current democrat party has sold out and become progressive, the current GOP is nothing more than the Democrat party of thirty years ago….and becoming more “progressive” (Jeb).

          So yes…the current GOP vehicle needs to be blown-up, blown-out, sand-blasted, and re-assembled with genuine American conservative parts…from the frame up.

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        • labrat says:

          Olympia Snowe (R) Maine gave us PPACA – and then she wisely retired.

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      • The hilarious “bravo” moment of the long-betrayed, earnest spouse, who finally walks out on the naked cheater, caught in the act for the last time, and still promising true love from behind a bathtowel.

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      • frangelica1 says:

        I agree with you Sundance! I call myself a Republican because of the ideals it represents, for example – US Constitution is the guiding force of our country, conservatism in values, an economic marketplace all for the growth and good for all of the American people. I didn’t sign up for people like Boehner and McConnell just to be figureheads and continue to talk the talk – for awhile I held out hope that they would be empowered once they had a Republican Congress. Instead there is no action at all from those two!

        Also, If you stand up against items like Obamacare, you stay with it until you accomplish what needs to be done. Don’t just throw up your hands and give up thereby showing how weak of a party for the common people they have become. Only Cruz truly believed in the cause he was fighting at the time.

        I also think a likewise movement to breakup the Democratic party should be done by the American people who call themselves Democrats in order to get candidates that truly represent the American people and not special interests. The special interests that are lobbying and the business and wealthy backers that contribute to these candidates should not outweigh what millions of the American voters want Government to do for America and its citizens, Corporations do not get to vote in America and wealthy individuals get one vote just like you, me and the rest of the American people.

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      • Bill says:

        +18 trillion

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      • smarty says:

        SD,
        This comment along with the other f/u below is so excellent, so to the point, I would appreciate it if you would consider putting out a blog entry with all of it combined. It is a great list of talking points for those republican voters who insist that republican party, even Jeb Bush, is “better” than democrats, and demand you/I vote for the status quo/lesser of two evils.

        Thank you.

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    • Mike says:

      You can’t just take your ball and go home.
      That’s right. Sometimes it comes down to some kind of fight (soapbox, ballot box, jury box, ammo box…), or flight.

      The thing that strikes me about America today is how angry so many people are. To me, there is more visible anger today in the American public than the day before the People’s Revolution in the Philippines first sparked, with the Aquino assassination. There was a lot of accumulated anger during the long running Marcos dictatorship, backed by prisons, torture and murder.

      I’m angry too. Although I’ve laughed at DT, don’t really trust him, he’s the only one consistently acknowledging so many sins against us, the bedrock and the republic. I feel like 2016 is the last train out if things don’t get better.

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      • joanfoster says:

        If DT does nothing more than put the final nail in the coffin of political correctness he will have done this nation a great service. I love the fact that he wears big boy shoes and not ballet slippers.

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      • smiley says:

        good insight.
        I don’t enjoy being cynical but…
        I am being cynical when I say that (imo) its “too late ” for America to be “restored”.
        that doesn’t mean we should roll over & give up.
        I support Trump and Cruz and Cotton and Gowdy a few others who understand what’s happening.
        but its the WHY that is troublesome.
        the globalist NWO agenda is too entrenched and determined, at all costs, to destroy the sovereignty and independent spirit of excellence, free enterprise, and Constitutionality of The United States of America to be “voted away”.
        our electoral process of voting for those who represent us (if there are any to vote for) has been overwhelmed and tainted by fraud and corruption.
        Radicals are at work within our govt and our borders.
        have been for a long time.
        I don’t know what the answer is.
        Trump seems to possess a certain drive and passion (for America) that speaks to this cynicism.
        it makes me think : maybe.

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    • sundance says:

      Oh, and another thing.

      Who played the race card in Mississippi to re-elect Thad Cochran? The GOP
      Who paid Democrats to vote in the Mississippi primary? The GOP
      Who refused to support Ken Cuccinnelli in Virginia? The GOP

      Who supported Charlie Crist? The GOP
      Who supported Arlen Spector? The GOP
      Who supported Bob Bennett? The GOP

      Who worked against Marco Rubio? The GOP
      Who worked against Rand Paul? The GOP
      Who worked against Ted Cruz? The GOP
      Who worked against Mike Lee? The GOP
      Who worked against Jim DeMint? The GOP

      I think you get the picture….. It doesn’t matter if it’s Democrats or GOP they both are two sides of the same BIG GOVERNMENT coin.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The path to citizenship according to Trump is this. Illegals go home and apply like everyone else. Healthcare is too far gone to “fix.” Obamacare will self destruct by 2017. The regulations he has done by himself can be undone in one day by the next prez. A new AG can fire the DOJ/CRD lawyers. I doubt Bush would do that. The new GOP hero Kasich expanded medicaid. There is not much of a choice with a GOP politician. Besides that Trump is a GOP candidate. I don’t think people plan to take their ball and go home but they do want to be represented by a party they agree with.

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    • Politics is a game where you don’t get everything you want, and you frequently must settle for a choice that’s simply better than the alternative. You can’t just take your ball and go home.

      That rule only applies to republicans. Sure looks to me like democrats pretty much get everything they want. They never have to settle for candidates that stray from liberalism on anything, yet republicans are supposed to settle for anyone no matter how much they stray into liberalism. It’s why the country moves left even when republicans are in control.

      But yeah, let’s keep doing things your way. Cuz, like, it’s worked out well so far, lol.

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    • silverdust says:

      If he were elected, I’d be happy to see him gift Congress with Obamacare. They’ve exempted themselves. Watch how fast they’d vote it out. But I agree with your other points.

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    • michellc says:

      It’s funny to me that when democrats are in the minority somehow they manage to block things they don’t want yet the Republicans couldn’t find a way to block Obamacare.
      Then the GOP promised us if we gave them the house they would stop Obamacare, the people delivered and the house whined that the Senate was the problem. Although, the House controls the purse strings and they could have tied those strings in a knot. So the people said fine we’ll deliver you the Senate and still they’re stuck with Obamacare. Now we hear we don’t have 60 votes.

      Give me a break already if the GOP didn’t want Obamacare we wouldn’t have Obamacare.

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    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      I totally disagree with you! IF Obama hadn’t won, we would have had Romney, who actually created the original Obamacare!

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  8. chasmaniac says:

    I have always said that the GOP and Dems were simply flip sides of the same coin.

    If Trump were to get elected he’ll need even more help than ever from voters as the filth already infesting congress will fight him tooth and NAIL. They will do everything in their power to make any outsider a failure from day one. A Trump victory will need to be an opening note in a new wave of conservatism.

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    • sharonknapik says:

      THIS! Even if another candidate would fight as hard. (MAYBE Cruz) NONE would be able to galvanize the public like Trump. Like RR did. Get the phones burning, picket their offices, etc, until they do what is right.

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      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        Do you remember the news about the Illegal Immigrant that had kidnapped, raped and taken hostage the 14 year old girl and he had imprisoned her in the garage?

        Well, the day after I had read that, my Senator Rubio took the time to bash Trump. So I called his office and I asked, “Why, with all of the Illegal Immigrants committing crimes against American Citizens Rubio still had time to bash Trump!” I said, “Why isn’t he out there stating how horrible it was for the little 14 year old girl to be raped and kept prisoner in a garage by an illegal immigrant!!!!”

        I was told, “Please don’t say that word….”

        I asked, “What word?…..rape?”

        CLICK!

        They hung up on me!

        I’m really glad he is doing so badly in the polls! It’s 90 degrees most days and I already promised that I would be protesting in front of his office if I had to find a bunch of Democrats to go with me!

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  9. joanfoster says:

    To make this happen the Republicans will likely commit all kinds of voter fraud during the primaries. Funny how they are generally the party complaining about it. If this happens, then I hope Trump goes rogue and forms a third party. He may lose and usher in Hillary, but maybe that’s okay. Perhaps it’s going to taken total destruction before this country truly wakes up to the mess the liberals and leftists have given us.

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    • sharonknapik says:

      True. Although they’d have to call the Clinton faction of the UniParty for favors. Don’t know if they’d help. Another good reason Trump hasn’t targeted trade unions.

      That said, my hope is that Trump continues to climb much, much further, even w/ D’s and R’s, so that any voter shenanigans would be suspect. Last, Trump, as we know, won’t hesitate to sue, if he thinks he’s being screwed. Suspect he’ll have his own watchers out and about, and attorney’s primed with paperwork.

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  10. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    The reasons presented here are exactly the one that mean the GOP is dead. The GOP has merged with the progressive left such that there is little to no difference between them. We know this to be true so the ONLY solution is a new party. Can a third party win? Of course it can where do you think the GOP cam from 161 years ago.

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    • The trick was realizing that the Democrat party was not the only sheepskin with a wolf underneath.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        The states appoint electors by popular vote at the whim of each state legislature. Any state can change that any time they want.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Yes this. The RINO/crat coalition. They pass the laws we hate when they come together to split the loot. I think there is a path to win as a 3rd party in the electoral college. But it is not easy. If no one candidate gets 270 electors it goes to the house to pick the president. If they can’t do it by inauguration day then the current VP becomes president until they do I think.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Her is a comment about the fact that the state legislature is the controlling legal authority regarding electors. It was shown in Floriduh in 2000 with Bush v. Gore. The state legislature was going to throw out the election and give the electors to Bush. They could have done it too.
      “The 2000 election reminded the American public that election rules matter.I Voters were forced to confront the hard fact that the national popular vote does not elect the President. Instead, the will of the people runs through the complex machinery of the Electoral College, a conceptual contraption of weights and counterweights. The dispute in Bush v. Gore2 showed that a dexterous legal manipulation of the Electoral College’s many moving parts could make a President.”

      Also…See McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U.S. 1, 27 (1892) (noting that the U.S. Constitution does not provide a specific mode for appointing electors, but instead “recognizes that the people act through their representatives in the legislature, and leaves it to the legislature exclusively to define the method ofeffecting the object”).

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  11. doodahdaze says:

    A couple things I like about Trump.
    He does not walk around babbling talking points with his shirtsleeves rolled up. He is always dressed to the nines.
    He does not come across like a used car or vacuum cleaner salesman.
    He no habla espanol.
    I get a grin when he speaks without the PC filter.
    He baffles the media shills.

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  12. shirley49 says:

    Something happens when these guys get to Washington. Follow the money. They are all getting rich by passing out favors regardless of how it affects us, One of the ways to stop it is TERM LIMITS and for the Judiciary also.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      How do you stop it with term limit when they walk in and immediately become corrupted by the system. The only thing that will stop it is new rules and jail time.

      The problem is congress will not pass rules to properly govern themselves or see to it that they are properly investigated for wrongdoing. It is like having an honor system tray of candy that they all take the candy but never put a coin in the slot.

      What we really need over Obamacare reform is congressional reform. Ignoring the root cause of the problem does not give lasting results. It is like Sundance says, painting over rust.

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      • silverdust says:

        ^^^This. There is little if any integrity left in the District of Corruption. The guys who were honorable, like Jim DeMint, get out because they can’t take it anymore.

        If Obama is transforming America, he may also do away with the whole DC structure. And while no one wants a dictator, our current system is NOT serving We the People. Perhaps it’s time to look at letting each state manage itself. Totally. Either succeed or fail. No taxes sent to DC, no laundered funding coming back that dictates education and healthcare. No bailouts from successful states. And let the now-diminished preezy do what the Founders said was the job of the feds: Protecting the country.

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      • sharonknapik says:

        Additionally, abbreviated terms throws out the (few) good with the bad… and then the Staffers have MORE power and influence. So many never read legislation anyway and I suspect vote the way they are told in many instances.

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    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      Did you ever notice that everything changes when they are requested to go to the Bilderberger’s and after that, it’s like they change! Totally!

      I’m praying that Trump never goes there!

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  13. Mark Hodges says:

    You have convinced me. I want Cruz, but as you say, have didn’t support McDaniel. And donated 250k of his own money to the Senate fund for 2014. Great article.

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  14. CoastalKitty says:

    Thank you SD for putting into words what I’ve wanted to. I’m so tired of the political BS, lies, broken promises and kissing butt. I’ve talked to several close friends about DT, they look at me like I’m from Planet Blondie. Responses varied from 1) they were not going to vote – why bother – look at how the last election turned out, 2) voting is rigged – they voted against O and he still won, 3) they’re all crooks, 4) DT is just an actor. These are smart, college educated and hard working folks – are they just having a dumb down moment? I don’t know how to approach them anymore or even sway them to take a serious look at who the candidates are and really investigate their choices. I’ve even mentioned checking this site for information. Mr. Trump still has my vote, my support and I’ll still (in my little space of Planet Blondie) talk to people about the man who we need to turn this country around.
    Trump in 2016!

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  15. Dee says:

    Not too long ago this guy was a Democrat giving money to Hillary Clinton. He was pro abortion. Now all of a sudden he’s a changed man?

    Many things change as you grow; religion, underwear, girlfriends, etc. But not your values. Those are set in stone. When I was 13 I knew my political standing and it has never changed.

    I’m not buying.

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    • joshua says:

      Trump gave money to politicians of ALL Parties when it helped advance his BUSINESS goals…he is not an ideology driven person as much as a goal driven person. In the business world, he was smart to give money to Hilliary at the time and for the purpose he wanted to achieve. That is NOT being a Democrat at all. That is the business world he is FIGHTING to tear now now as a candidate to run the country… he is not wanting to buy and own America…he has all he needs of money and power….he wants to CURE our NATION and make it great again by giving the CITIZENS a fair shot at building our economy ON OUR OWN and to repair our world wide image and HONOR. When I was 13, Eisenhower was President and everyone in my state were Democrats because they had always been Democrats. They hated Truman. And that was in 1954….the entire WORLD and especially OUR NATION has changed so much that had I formed my lifelong opinion based upon what I thought was a forever world view, I would merely have been very wrong.

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    • MTeresa says:

      If that is true, that one knows their political standing when they are 13, then why do you think there has been such a change of heart in this country regarding abortion? Abortion was legalized by the SCOTUS in 1973. I can tell you from my own experience that my views have entirely changed since the 70’s. Science has advanced now to show us babies in the womb with incredible imagery never seen before. A lot of us believed some of the lies and BS of the women’s movement back then. Since that time, I’ve had my own children and that personal experience was life changing. Still, abortion is chosen in this country much too often but it’s numbers are trending downward, thank God. In my view, one life lost is too many.

      Ronald Reagan was also a democrat at one point in his political career and became one of our greatest Presidents and leader of the Conservative Movement. People evolve and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s called growth and maturity.

      Whether you like DT or not, you have to give the guy some kudos. He’s using his own money and I personally like his message. I think he’s worthy of being taken seriously.

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    • Dee says:

      There are apparently 2 Dee’s (or more). I’ve stuck my toe in (the water’s fine) and been commenting a little bit so to avoid confusion I wanted to say the above Dee is not me🙂

      I also disagree with you Dee. People evolve, change opinions, change values. I was a long time Democrat. The party is not one I recognize anymore. They’ve changed and so have I.
      I value personal and religious freedom and liberty more than I did when I was younger.
      I value the sanctity of life more . I worry about the world we are leaving to our grandkids.
      I never cared about the right to bear arms, now it’s important to me. I was pro choice but no longer. People don’t remain stagnant imo, we’re constantly evolving.
      Trump excites me but also scares me. He is an unknown. But the status quo is unacceptable, so I’ll stand with Trump. I want my country back and I want to help make America great again.

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    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      At 13, I was a democrat because that’s what people were in my family. By 15, I swore to my Grandmother, I would never vote for those Democrats! After having my first run in with Gov. Rockefeller! OH, he made me so angry!

      You said, “Many things change as you grow; religion, underwear, girlfriends, etc. But not your values.”

      Values, as defined as: a person’s principles or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important in life.

      Those things definitely do change! IF a person grows, and matures, they definitely do change!

      Especially, as it comes to religion and politics!

      My understanding of those “gray areas” has totally changed. Even some of my understanding of right and wrong have changed. First, I had a drastic change of heart. Secondly, I grew up! Third, I gained wisdom. Fourth, I learned from my mistakes!

      Obviously, some people never do!
      And comparing religion with underwear…well, that just says it all right there!

      I’m sorry, but I wouldn’t even believe you to be out of your twenties you sound so naive.

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  16. silverdust says:

    When did Ted Cruz support the RINOs in the above-mentioned races? I know Rand Paul took major heat for stumping for The Yellow Turtle, but I never recall Cruz doing anything like that let alone voicing support for McConnell and the other RINOs.

    That said, say we get Trump. The GOPe is not just going to slink away with their tail between their legs. They’ve got millions to lose and cushy, cushy lifestyles and retirements planned. Those traitors, most likely aided and abetted by the dems, will double team the new admin and try to screw them over at every turn. And while Trump may be savvy in business, will he be savvy in the ways of cut-throat politics and the “rules of DC”?

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    • joshua says:

      he will put rich powerful men on various boards and committees to destroy with financial wrecking balls all those that would prevent tearing down the cabal running the government via contributions and lobbyists…..he does not have to explain how business men MANAGE their business in detail…many of us KNOW how it is done, and that is why you must TRUST a guy that has done big deals, and one who has also LOST big deals…he has learned under fire and won the big ones….because he will always have his EYE on the GOAL and will not manage via sound bites and speeches.

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    • smarty says:

      how about writing on op ed in the Wall Street Journal with Paul Ryan in support of TPA, and then when people turned against it and his vote, he had a temper tantrum. Did you see his article in Breitbart patting us on the head as ignorant rubes who read too much internet? We didn’t agree with him on his vote or support in any fashion of a secret trade agreement that enables Obama and our enemies, not even a preliminary vote. He got nailed on that. I also watched very closely the border invasion crisis last year and he simply did not stand up for us during that time. I think he keeps his cards pretty close to his chest. I do not like that his wife is a high up executive with Goldman Sachs. I don’t care what anyone says, they are traitors and not looking out for this country, only their wallets. That is a conflict of interest to me.
      Cruz to me is another arrogant professor type who loves to debate and that is not what we need in a leader. We need Rocky Balboa at this point to slug this out.

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      • joshua says:

        Cruz only argues to win….he has won cases before the US Supreme Court…he is NOT small potatoes or a big mouth like the MEDIA portrays him. He is substance and grit. HE IS SMARTER than the rest of the folks in the room…so if that sounds “professorial” then so what…kinda like some elite sophisticates are embarrassed that Trump is loud, brash and outspoken…face it….meek GOP is what has happened to Conservatives…and we got all tarred and feathered as a bunch of Bible Thumpers clinging to our guns and churches….I DON”T CARE what the media portrays TRUMP or CRUZ. They are what they are…and I know Cruz. He is quality.

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  17. TwoLaine says:

    Why Obama and Hillary must stop Donald Trump at all costs
    by Wayne Allyn Root
    Published on Jul 8, 2015

    For once, the powerful socialist cabal and the corrupt crony capitalists are scared. I’ve never seen them this outraged… this vicious… this motivated… this coordinated. NEVER in all my years in politics, have I seen anything like the way the mad dogs of hell have been unleashed on Donald Trump.

    http://personalliberty.com/heres-why-obama-and-hillary-must-stop-donald-trump-at-all-costs/

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  18. lovely says:

    Ten reasons why,

    Hillary or Jeb – ultimately there isn’t a damned bit of consequential difference

    1) Bush is establishment GOP. Jeb may not be a career politician but it is not for lack of trying.

    2) Jeb pushed for Robert’s nomination and then for his confirmation, we have Obamacare today because of Robert’s vote.

    3) Jeb pushed for Republicans to confirm Loretta Lynch.

    4) Jeb is a strong proponent of Common Core.

    5) Jeb is for amnesty for illegal aliens.

    6) Jeb has bellyached that the Republicans have to be more moderate.

    7) Jeb is playing a game of semantics using the words, “transform conservatism” rather than the failed policy of “compassionate conservatism” both are synonymous with big government and taking more money from the earners at the point of Uncle Sam’s gun while trapping more people in a substandard life, dependent on other peoples money.

    8) Jeb’s wife tried to avoid customs. Speaks to character of herself and her husband.

    9) After his stint as Governor of Florida he became a consultant at Lehman Brothers.

    10)

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/08/01/jebs-planned-parenthood-problem-did-he-oppose-bloombergs-50-million-donation/

    Before becoming a GOP candidate Bush was serving as a director of Bloomberg Philanthropies, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg’s non-profit, in March 2014 when it announced a $50 million partnership with Planned Parenthood in Africa

    Hmmmm……

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  19. Bob says:

    I wish people would give Carly Fiorina a chance. She is articulate, and like Trump, not a career politician. She is a true conservative, not at all beholden to the GOP machinery. She has also called Hillary a “liar” and I think would be a tremendous candidate. Hopefully, she does get some notice after the early debate this evening.

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  20. TwoLaine says:

    Why Donald Trump will hit a grand slam in GOP presidential debate: ROOT For America
    Posted on August 6, 2015 by Wayne Allyn Root

    What will happen at that debate tonight in Cleveland? No one knows. Anything can happen on that stage. But I’ll bet on Donald. He has great instincts. I’d bet when the camera lights go on, Donald will outshine the competition.

    http://personalliberty.com/heres-why-trump-will-hit-a-grand-slam-in-the-debate/

    …Almost one month later…

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  21. realitycheck says:

    A recent Florida Governor who was a businessman (not jeb) stated that when you run an election you promise better schools, safer streets and lower taxes. That’s because that’s what the electorate wants to hear and you tell them what you must to get elected.

    IMO, the problem in telling people what they want to hear to manipuate for votes, we not only wind up being dishonest but we also get people fired up emotionally about issues.

    After this type gets elected , then they do what they want.

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    • tessa50 says:

      It happens over and over, so all we can do is watch them closely and keep track. Specifically speaking to Trump, yes, I believe that is exactly what he is doing.

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  22. TwoLaine says:

    Salty Girl Alert! 🙂

    The Hard Line | Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson share their thoughts on the debate
    NewsmaxTV
    Published on Aug 5, 2015

    Commentators of The Viewers View, share their thoughts on the debate, why they feel Donald Trump will be our next president and what they feel about the state of the African-American community in America under the Obama administration.

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  23. Richard_Iowa says:

    Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Read my lips. Ain’t gonna be no third time.

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  24. archer52 says:

    I fear you will be disappointed Sundance. Simply put, Trump is not what he appears to be, including that means to an end you wish for.

    He may be many things, including a Trojan Horse, but he is not the answer. If people wanted a true committed conservative with a long history of being just that, then Ted Cruz fits the bill. And he’s not a self centered blowhard like Trump. Yet people gravitate to Trump because he is loud and mad and saying what we want to hear.

    What is wrong with Trump? I’ve made my points before. Let’s let American Thinker outline a few:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2015/08/trump_what_you_dont_see_is_what_you_will_get.html

    “…First and most important, Donald Trump is not a Republican. Nor is he a Democrat. Donald Trump is a businessman and an opportunist. And would be, if his supporters get their way, the first Republican president who, at least as of April 26, 2011, has given most of his financial support to Democrats:

    The real estate mogul and “Celebrity Apprentice” host has made more than $1.3 million in donations over the years to candidates nationwide, with 54 percent of the money going to Democrats, according to a Washington Post analysis of state and federal disclosure records.
    

    Does that sound like someone committed to Republican values, let alone conservatives values? Not exactly the Koch Brothers, especially when one looks at just who some of these recipients of Trump largess were, such stalwart Republicans as:

    Harry Reid
    Rahm Emanuel
    John F. Kerry
    Charlie Rangel
    Chuck Schumer
    Teddy Kennedy
    Hillary Clinton.
    

    Hillary Clinton? Well, one hopes that he will refrain from contributing to Clinton 2016 if and when he finds himself running against her. On the other hand, don’t assume that he won’t. Could be bad for business, post-election, if Hillary wins.

    And for Trump, at the end of the day, it’s all about business, as his explanation for this supposed (by his supporters) conservative Republican’s substantial contributions to liberal Democrats – $50,000 to Rahm Emanuel, $10,400 to Harry Reid (in his campaign against Tea Party fave Sharron Angle – something Tea Party Trump supporters might want to consider) – shows.

    “Everyone’s Democratic… So what am I going to do — contribute to Republicans? … Am I going to contribute to Republicans for my whole life when they get heat when they run against some Democrat and the most they can get is 1 percent of the vote?..."
    

    What you are feeling is a seeping madness 220 million other citizens are feeling. I believe the progressive left, feeling the end of Obama’s reign coming, have really pushed their agenda to the point that the boiling frogs realize they are in hot water and are looking for any means of escape- which some believe will be Trump.

    Politics, today’s politics at least, is about working the margins. Trump will not go in and dismantle anything. He can’t. He can’t walk in the first day and eliminate the EPA or literally clean out the DOJ. Not even the DOE, arguably the most useless and offensive agency we have, will be dismantled.

    What we may end up with is a man who will look to do what he wants to do, regardless of impact, because he believes he sees the problems better than anyone else. We have that now, only on the Left. And with Trump, sadly we don’t even get the pleasure of the President being on the right either.

    No thanks. If he wins, he will realize even Trump can’t change the world. His first run in with the SCOTUS will teach him that.

    But we can, but it will take sixty years and three generations to do it, just like it was with the Left over the last sixty years. I’m already teaching my kids and their generation to be prepared. They get it.

    Buckle up, work the margins and keep pressuring change.

    Or just let it burn to the ground, thin the herd and start all over.

    I’m good with either.

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    • sundance says:

      I’m not one of these people who just began tracking the candidates. I speak from watching them for years, and writing about what they chose to do when they have a choice to do something.

      Ted Cruz actually had decision moments. His choices, when they would have made a difference, were to work with the GOPe machine to undermine conservatives.

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/04/08/rand-paul-and-ted-cruz-is-it-stupidity-naivete-or-selfishness/

      The least worst of the rest of the candidates might be Ted Cruz. But don’t believe for a moment he is not part of the GOPe Machine.

      Cruz gave $240,000 to the NRSCC in 2014. The NRSCC, at the exact moment he gave the money, was entirely framed to eliminate opposition to Mitch McConnell and carry the goals of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Despite the anxiety it might create, this is a FACT.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        No doubt. They have to be in order to run as Republicans. Ha Ha even Bill Clinton called Trump to get him to stop Hillary. Too funny. Both sides of the establishment are in total panic.

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    • joshua says:

      If you BOUGHT that American Thinker article hook line and sinker, you just took on a 55 gallon drum of koolaid.

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    • keebler AC says:

      You failed to mention that beginning with the 2012 cycle, Trump’s financial disclosures show that he donated exclusively to Republican candidates.

      Cohen says that Trump has maxed out contributions to Romney, and — per his request — so have his three children Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric through the Romney Victory Fund.

      The amount donated to elect Mitt Romney, GOP President in 2012 was in the mega-millions.

      http://www.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-romney-super-pac-donations-2012-9#ixzz3i3uGd4QZ

      AND YET, ROMNEY FELL TO CANDY CROWLEY AND FAILED AT THE LAST DEBATE BY FOLDING HIS CARDS TO DEMOCRAT ATTACK.

      Yes, why don’t you keep brow beating Trump when you should be browbeating your own candidate who ALSO FAILED when push came to shove by the establishment.

      Your argument only convinces GOPe voters who’ve decided in advance they want more of the same GOPe schtick of fancy political talk while the border barn door is left wide open. Cruz also supports free trade. A bit ignorant given THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FREE TRADE IN THE REAL WORLD!

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    • wassupessey says:

      If all Trump does in his first term is close the border and get national security under control. that will have been more than any other president will do in the whole 2 terms. Good enough for me.

      GOP Traitor List and Cruz is on it.
      http://www.alipac.us/f8/cantor-list-321399/

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    • backwoodsgirl123 says:

      Must be listening to a LOT of Alex Jones, who is a NWO change agent. I used to listen to him because he sounded so sincere and so pro-American, until after he got his new crew and most people don’t even notice the images and stuff flashing in the background as he rants and raves….some of the very first ones were all about New Age. And I’ve gone back in a couple of times with the volume OFF and just watched what ran across the screen in the background.

      Subliminals.

      And what’s his name, Glenn Beck, that competes with him…that did that big speech to the Tea Party movement down at the Orlando Dog Track a couple of years back…he had a big huge eye in the middle of his white shirt under his blazer and his speech was about the ‘many points of light’. Which is a Masonic symbolism.

      Both of them are NWO Globalist change agents…I know they rant and rave against them, but they love slipping in false flags and false information.

      Alex keeps bashing Trump and he even had Jerome Corsi on there stating that Trump was the real deal.

      But you sound just like Alex Jones!

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  25. joshua says:

    RNC LOOKS FOR A CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT TO RUN IN 2016
    SENDS WALL STREET BOYS TO PICK A BOY TO RUN.

    NEXT, RINSE PRIUS RIDES JEBBIE THE PLUG PLOW HORSE FOR THE BIG RACE


    AND THEN A “DARK HORSE” APPEARS OUT OF NOWHERE

    AND THE CONSERVATIVE VOTERS RIDE THAT BIG STALLION TO VICTORY.

    TAKE BACK OUR COUNTRY AND MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.
    TRUMP.

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  26. jakeandcrew says:

    Some great, possibly extraordinary, news for Donald Trump and all who support him…

    http://www.westernjournalism.com/this-stunning-news-trump-just-got-could-be-a-game-changer-as-first-debate-approaches/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=WesternJournalism&utm_content=2015-08-06

    Noting that the American South has generally been a region you could call “Establishment Country,” The Daily Caller blog by Michael Graham points out that the wealthy New York businessman could be whistling Dixie as he strides confidently onto the debate stage. The numbers cited in the article are based on fresh polling by OpinionSavvy/InsiderAdvantage:

    “In Georgia, The Donald’s 30 percent is nearly double his closest competitor, Jeb Bush…. Next door in South Carolina, Trump is at 31 percent, while home state Sen. Graham is at a modest 7 percent. In Alabama, Trump is at a gasp-inducing 38 percent,” writes Graham.

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  27. onsu says:

    Google publishes map of candidate searches by county:

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  28. jakeandcrew says:

    http://www.bizpacreview.com/2015/08/05/illegal-alien-with-4-prior-arrests-suspected-of-sexual-assault-brutally-killing-woman-with-hammer-233728

    This degenerate illegal alien, with FOUR prior arrests (yet still walking the streets – of America!) broke into a 64yo woman’s home, attacked her with a hammer, and sexually assaulted her. She died ten days later.

    I want to be at that debate tonight, look each one of those men in the eye, and ask them, “Will you build a wall on our border to protect the American people, yes or no…And if not, why not?”

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  29. archer52 says:

    But in deference to Sundance and hoping he’s right about Trump, and all the 220 million angry fly over country Americans, I offer this story sent to me by a friend. Apologies up front for not being PC, I quit a while ago.

    “…So, I was walking through a mall in Chicago and I saw
    that there was a “Muslim Book Store.” I wondered
    what exactly was in a Muslim bookstore so I went in.

    As I was wandering around taking a look, the clerk stopped
    me and asked if he could help me.

    I imagined I didn’t look like his normal clientele, so I asked,
    “Do you have a copy of Donald Trump’s book on his U.S.
    Immigration Policy regarding Muslims and illegal Mexicans?”

    The clerk said, “F— off, get out and stay out!”

    I said, “Yes, that’s the one. Do you have it in paperback?” …”

    When I read it, I darn near spit up my coffee laughing so hard.

    It is what it is!

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  30. IntoTheFray says:

    The real problem for politicians these days is that to run for any political office, it costs a lot of MONEY and believe me, big MONEY donors are not donating that MONEY because they like giving away MONEY, they are donating that MONEY to get what they want.
    For all of the presidential candidates, except Trump, they need these donations, so are making promises to each donor to get the MONEY. By the time all of these promises are made, and you better keep the promises or you will get no more MONEY, you end up with what we have now, a wishy-washy, “yes I know what I campaigned on but…”, uniparty system that only “pretends to be your friend”.
    Trump, because of his own MONEY, doesn’t need to make promises to get the MONEY, where as all of the other GOP candidates do. Trump doesn’t have to “sell his sole” to get MONEY to run on.
    Don’t get me wrong, there are several of the other candidates I like, but have serious doubts about their ability to “practice what they preach”, because they need the MONEY.
    Think about it and FOLLOW THE MONEY!!!

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    • IntoTheFray says:

      Oh, GREAT post SD. Your analysis of the political situation is spot on!

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      • Trump could make the Mexican government stop the train that takes South American illegal immigrants from its South to the USA border. The train is nicknamed “The Beast”, and at least 10% of illegal immigrants could be sent back to the Southern border if the Mexican government were forced to do it.

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  31. TwoLaine says:

    AM Trump Bump. 3.46M Twitter Followers. Trumpet!

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  32. Sam says:

    When Sundance first declared he was for Trump and why, I had to think about it. Once I did, the perfidious acts of the supposedly conservative GOP over the last 15 years came to mind and I realized the GOP with the current leadership will never change. And it’s not enough to simply replace bad leadership with equally bad new leadership. Those men simply recycle through the roles available and pick their like to succeed them.

    No, we have to smash the GOP as is currently exists. They are no longer a conservative party, but clones of the Democratic Party because they all get rich that way and they say to hell with American exceptionalism and the conservative Judeo-Christian principles upon which this nation was founded. Donald Trump is the only possible candidate to support because is is not an insider of the current corrupt political class. It’s going to be the fight and we have to try if we have any hope of altering the nation’s current march to national suicide. Go Trump!

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  33. dizzymissl says:

    The Donald’s store is open:

    http://shop.donaldjtrump.com

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  34. Sophie Maele says:

    Ted Cruz is my candidate for president, but would vote for Trump over the rest of the RINOs/Sell-outs/Failures/Globalists anyday.

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  35. doodahdaze says:

    Trump should show up in a suit of armor. Sir Donald of Trump. Dragonslayer.

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  36. joshua says:

    When Jebbie gets handed his political head on a platter by The Donald…maybe John-boy Boehner can send him a letter of condolence and understanding for the “love” at the border…..

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  37. crazy says:

    Trump has done an outstanding job of capturing our interest and earning a serious look. Without a doubt the Trump brand is defeating the Republican brand easily. Trump’s business and organizational success stems from running agile, lean groups following Trump’s vision. How he would operate as President of one of 3 coequal branches and head of a bloated, hierarchical organization of legally protected civil servants is the $100 trillion question.

    Clinton reshaped the Democrat party bringing many of the Reagan democrats back. Obama blew up Clinton’s democrat party by running and governing from the far left against the will of the majority. Trump is reshaping the race for the nomination and I can easily see a path to victory for Trump, but I’m still struggling with figuring out what a Trump victory would mean and how he would govern.

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  38. obeara says:

    Your reason for supporting Donald Trump is exactly the same as mine. I want to clean out the controlling leaders of the Republican Party who fight against our desire for a free and functioning country. Unless we purge this leadership we will lose our country. The simple statement that you want to destroy the machine says it all, and says it clearly. I agree that only Trump can do the job. I have a TRUMP bumpersticker on my van that I made myself. Just his name in large red letters. It is never too soon to start campaigning.

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  39. JAS says:

    Politicians sell their soul to get their job. And the longer they stay on the job the more ineffective they become because more skeletons keep piling up in the closet.

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  40. Kathryn Solkwood-Jaco says:

    I love this opinion Stan! It’s exactly the way I feel about backing Trump. I have tried explaining it to my husband but I can never get it across. Unfortunately I don’t have your gift with vocabulary. Thanks so much for explaining it so well that anyone can understand the plan!! Great job Stan!!!

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  41. Vetwriter says:

    SUNDANCE: please if you have a part 1 and a part 2 can you cross link them so we don’t have to go find part 1 or part 2? Put the other link at the bottom of the article.

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