“Tripwire Alert” – Jeb Bush Super-PAC Announces $10 Million TV AD Blitz…

The GOPe plan is struggling.  Their candidate is in single digits; but not to worry – they’ve got plans, they’ve always had plans.  FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION.

jeb bushThe Super-PAC that Jeb Bush constructed, well, Jeb and Tom Donohue, and Mitch McConnell and the Wall Street power brokers who planned the entire gig, prior to the announcement of his candidacy, have a plan.

The problem is they’re having to pull the trigger earlier than expected:

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The heavily funded super PAC backing Republican Jeb Bush will spend at least $10 million on television time in the earliest voting presidential primary states, the first salvo in a massive TV ad campaign to support the former Florida governor’s bid for the Republican nomination.

Officials with Right to Rise USA say they will buy time in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina TV markets and on cable television in the three states. Ads are scheduled to begin in Iowa and New Hampshire on Sept. 15, in South Carolina a week later and then run continuously through the end of the year. (link)

So who exactly is behind this Right To Ruse USA Super-PAC

[…]  At least 20 individuals each wrote checks of $1 million or more to the super PAC. They include billionaire health care investor Miguel Fernandez, the group’s biggest donor; California billionaire William Oberndorf; Iranian-American diplomat Hushang Ansary and his wife Shahla; and hedge-fund manager Louis Bacon.

Right to Rise also got about 236 six-figure checks from several notable donors, including former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, Citadel Investment Group founder Kenneth Griffin and Houston businessman Robert McNair.  (read more)

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Paying to: keep ObamaCare in place; get comprehensive immigration reform to include amnesty; construct federal education standards (common core); get trans-pacific trade deal passed…. billions, even trillions at stake….

In 2013 CoC President Tom Donohue went on record saying his 2014/2015 legislative priorities were:

1 – Full implementation of ObamaCare without repeal.
2 – Comprehensive Immigration Reform to include Amnesty.
3 – Full implementation of Common Core educational standards.

Wall Street, through the CoC, through K-Street  fund these legislative priorities.

….Wall Street, Wall Street, Wall Street. Combined in the bowl of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and blended with a large dose of DC professional political strategy…..  Brutally obvious.

But remember, The Donald is one step ahead of them…. he’s forcing their hand.  Bleed out those Super-PACs.

Grab a comfy spot, watch the surrounding landscape and you will see the tripwire flares going off like the Fourth of July.

All of this predictable GOPe activity becomes fuel for debate bombs.

Over the targettrump cruz 2Making America Great Again !

Following The Money

The GOPe Roadmap

♦ Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel

♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac

♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC

♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)

♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)

♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)

If the Super-PAC manipulation can be exposed and destroyed – and all the propped up candidates are forced out of the scheme – we will have two alliances battling against each other:

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161 Responses to “Tripwire Alert” – Jeb Bush Super-PAC Announces $10 Million TV AD Blitz…

  1. upaces88 says:

    Go ahead and waste all of that money! You are still the MOST ignorant one in the Bush Family.
    He is nothing but a “go to guy.”

    He is weak and has NO projection of strength at all. He always has the look on his face like he is waiting for the next “/Que card to be flashed” towards him so he will know what to say.

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  2. Sharon says:

    Those who let ads influence their vote are why we’re in the mess we’re in. But – yup – those whose possession of power is dependent on deception will always find an audience willing to be deceived. I hate that it works, so predictably.

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    • upaces88 says:

      It dosn’t matter how much he spends. He gets in front of a camera…and he looks like a fool.
      He has no charisma….he lacks even basic intelligence to make a meaningful impact

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    • kpm58 says:

      But you have to get the timing right.
      Too soon, too late, the effect is lost.

      Liked by 1 person

    • judyw says:

      “Those who let ads influence their vote” are likely in the same camp as those angered that Trump didn’t show up at the Butter Cow “event” at the IA State Fair where they were told he would be. Some said they would not vote for him because he didn’t show up! And I’ll bet they have children which is a reason to turn the mess we’re in around!

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    • shirley49 says:

      You are 100% right. I for one am not paying attention to any of their ads. I will make the decision on my own through research. I have been encouraging all of my neighbors and friends to ignore all ads. Planning on putting a sign in my yard “IGNORE ALL ADS. THEY LIE”

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  3. auscitizenmom says:

    I like that picture of Trump and Cruz.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. bob e says:

    mebbe’ bush will start usin’ an obama-prompter. that device has got to be
    the source of 8 years of obama lies ..

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  5. Colt Lending says:

    I think this is going to be an epic campaign.

    Trump is gaining traction.

    To those who think he’s full of himself, how can you be in any big competitive pond and not think you’re the man?

    Look at three people with big egos:

    Hillary Clinton
    John Kerry
    Donald Trump

    Hillary and John have. Messed up everything they have touched. Neither of them have aquired wealth building anything. They have aquired their wealth by virtue of marriage and selling stuff that belonged to someone else (in many cases US).

    Donald, sure he got a leg up from his dad, but he took that and created something, much, much bigger.

    He’s evolving politically, he’s gaining a lot of traction.

    The Dems and GOPe have got a big problem.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      This opinion does not matter much if it is true, but I don’t think Hiraly has the big ego. I believe she is yet another elitist intellectual who has had a wonderful life due to American Exceptionalism, and like so many other Ivy School grands like her, has failed to realize what has gotten her family (the parents who named her after Edmund Hillary before he ascended Everest in honor of his ascent) and her to such as blessed position on this planet, and have bought the white guilt story from her thesis adviser Saul Alinsky and the rest of her Marxist professors.

      She has risen to a position of great prominence. Many Ivy League women have. Along the way, she fell for Bill. A chance to play out her elitist goals and values.

      She ended up being something of a statesman with Bill’s run at universal healthcare, their second big initiative once elected, following DADT (where they burned so much mandate that universal healthcare failed big time).

      So, since then, she has been perceived as a power herself. Between her and Bill carrying their Arkansas-style Chicago politics to the national level, and her First Lady experience more as a statesman or cabinet member than being a Jackie-O or a Ladybird, she saw the run for the White House. As did many power brokers around this power couple.

      The doors suddenly opened to allow her to become a Yankees fan, and to this eventual White House run.

      The whole establishment and fund-raising structure of the Clintons has weighted upon her to run.

      In my opinion, she is a tired old lady who truly simply wants to slow down and spend some time with her grandchild.

      Too much money an power has been at stake, so she begrudgingly assumed the mantel.

      i think she has the hubris of the Marxist Ivy League Intellectuals to dictate how the erst of us live, but I don’t see her in it for the ego, as is the case for Bill and Oprabama.

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      • franker01 says:

        She is also dirty.
        Don’t forget that.

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        • JeremyR says:

          Dirt is better than that. She makes pond scum sound like a compliment.
          She has potential though, if elected, she would make Barry Soetoro look competent, and Carter look stellar.

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      • Colt Lending says:

        “In my opinion, she is a tired old lady who truly simply wants to slow down and spend some time with her grandchild.”

        Really?

        So that’s why she brought her work home with her (turning Bill’s old server in to her own to keep her emails as SOS off the government grid)?

        Anyone who says, “At this point, what difference does it make.” after one of their staff was murdered due to their incompetence has got one heck of an ego.

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  6. rmnewt says:

    We shouldn’t underestimate the impact they can have with the attack ads and misinformation campaign. Social media and the uncontrolled/free dialogue online is critical now more than ever.

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    • joanfoster says:

      At what point will those funneling money into his Super Pac decide that they are throwing good money after bad.

      Liked by 2 people

      • JeremyR says:

        Does it matter? All they are doing is funneling it to communist Pravda. Let them waste it, let them waste it ALL. May January 2017 find them as financially poor as they are morally bankrupt.

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    • smiley says:

      and so it begins.
      this is their attack mode.
      ” we shouldn’t underestimate the impact….”
      wise words.

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  7. QuiteContrary says:

    Who knew that running against your own party’s base wasn’t a winning strategy? Before Jeb started laying egg after egg after egg, he made no bones about how he was going to be in-our-faces with his pro-amnesty and other unpopular policies. Clearly, it’s not as easy as expected to use $$$ to force yourself into the nomination without the support of the voters. Schadenfreude!

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    • 2x4x8 says:

      imagine the Jeb Bush team having to address Trump’s Immigration Policy?

      and Obama, “if you don’t like Executive Amnesty, send me your plan”, well Boehner won’t but Trump will

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      • Sentient says:

        “Conservative” talk radio punk Ben Ferguson (out of Dallas, I think) was really mocking Trump’s plans – especially for the Wall. I personally haven’t cared who would pay for the wall. I thought saying “make Mexico pay for it” was a throw-away line. Now I understand that Trump is proposing (with specifics) that we extract from Mexico an amount equal to the cost of the wall. I’m impressed. Ferguson was getting all hung up tonight on semantics saying that charging Mexico for the cost was meaningfully different than making Mexico pay for it. This Ben Ferguson is pure GOPe.

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        • JeremyR says:

          Sounds more like a Pravda plant. Did he get his journolist degree from the University of Moscow?

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        • tnwahm says:

          Ben Ferguson is originally from here in Memphis. He moved to Dallas from here. He had a couple of radio shows here. I rarely listened to him because of his high and mighty attitude. He worked on GW Bush’s campaign.

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    • boutis says:

      They thought it was settled last year. They beat everyone over the head until they acquiesced or shut up or were ignored. It was “settled” as far as they were concerned. Then Trump. They couldn’t shame, ignore or shut him up although they tried to do so. The shaming of the US is over because “we” said so. The next time someone says it is mean, ugly, hateful, etc respond by saying “So what. You pay for them. Adopt or sponsor a dozen for twenty years personally or shut up. Stop moralizing with other people’s money.”

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    • brindlebutt says:

      I think it w as supposed to be inevitable. Jeb was going to force or down our throats.

      Someone has the guts to speak out about the wreck it has made of our country, and the American people rose and now stand solidly behind him.

      Trump is running because he knows he can do a great job as President. He understands how poorly the American government has been run for some time. This, and the knowledge we are in crisis, and this may be the last stand, is what is fueling his passion.

      For all his success, he is being underestimated as to what he can go on to achieve yet. The immigration policy plan he released today proved how substantative he is.

      PS Do you know anything about his children? They are all superb people, the best and the brightest. Ivanka, his daughter, is so awesome she could actually repair the damage Michelle did to the position of First Lady/Family.

      A few months ago I despaired. Now I feel we are going to see Morning in America again in my lifetime.

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  8. waltherppk says:

    I don’t even believe the polls anymore. Trump has a lot more popularity than the media will report.

    Liked by 12 people

    • sundance says:

      I believe this to be true also.

      Knowing how the penthouse suite directors of the media operate, it becomes apparent they play up/down reports according to their own ideological worldview.

      Liked by 9 people

      • waltherppk says:

        What we are getting from the media is astro turf propaganda.

        If the PAC attack is beginning early what that tells me is actual support for Trump is probably a multiple, maybe double to triple what is being reported to be. It is a clue when you see the media people sort of hand wringing, shrugging and admitting in spite of their opinions attacking and trying to marginalize Trump, his numbers keep rising. The more the media tries to beat up Trump the better people like him. There is a lot of popular discontent and negative sentiment as blow back against the La Raza approved candidates and Donald Trump is definitely not one of the La Raza “front men” or cozy with lobbyists who would support shamnesty for illegal aliens.

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        • boutis says:

          You can always tell what they are afraid of by their response. Going negative this early is a very big “tell”. Also how much money they are willing to put in this early for ads (I have a remote control with a MUTE button) is proportional to how big the threat to their scheme is. Their hair is on fire.

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      • 2x4x8 says:

        Fox is working hard on their end of the road map plan, beside George Will, the Fox Website has few Trump articles and NO COMMENT ALLOW to prevent the Vulgarians viewpoint, you know the “we report but you decide” can’t happen without YOU input

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      • Dixie says:

        Fox News has the most convoluted poll I have ever seen out on their website stated to be after the debate. The way they asked the questions would confuse a nuclear physicist. This is the same poll mentioned earlier in another thread where they stated Trump’s numbers plummeted from 26% to 25%. Just in case there is interest in it, the link to the poll is buried in this article.

        http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/08/16/fox-news-poll-shakeup-in-gop-field-after-first-debate-sanders-gains-on-clinton/?intcmp=hplnws

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      • They’re buying insurance for if/when they decide that it will be necessary to steal the nomination.

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    • bofh says:

      Two nights ago my sister, a 60-ish white New York psychotherapist and life-long Democrat voter, told me that “I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I like what Trump is saying. It’s a relief to see a candidate with the b@lls to tell the truth about how this country is going to hell.” This woman has never liked Hillary, but swooned for Billy Jeff, and voted for O both times, along with just about any and every other Dem candidate. She is not likely to be included in one of these polls, but I think there are probably a surprising number like her.

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  9. joanfoster says:

    Dear Mama, it’s been a tough week-end out here at Camp Campaign Trail. Some guy showed up here with a military size helicopter and started giving all of the kids rides while I was trying to wolf down some ungodly hot dog on a stick and whistle the Stars and Stripes Forever at the same time. Maybe you could pawn those fat fake pearls of yours and buy me a pick up truck like W’s. You said Camp Campaign Trail would be a walk in the park for a guy like me, but you never warned me about the vulgarians hiding out in the bushes.

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  10. wizzum says:

    If they think they can run a smear campaign against Trump they may find that they are the JV team in the mud slinging Olympics.
    The only hope is to make Trump’s policy’s their own and to keep well away from a direct debate between Bush and Trump.

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  11. jackphatz says:

    An anti-Trump, undecided might be influenced by these ads. But, a lot of people are not comfortable with having another Bush as the so called front runner. No one gets why a Bush is even running! Jeb is a Bush and is for amnesty.

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    • joanfoster says:

      Already it looks like Trump is making Jeb run on W’s war record which is very smart. He quoted Bush in Iowa this week-end saying that Bush believed we needed to “put skin in the game” in Iraq. That comment should be played over and over on all the networks to show how out of touch Jeb is.

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    • brindlebutt says:

      Yeb married a Mexican woman. Fair enough. But while it was a proud moment to hear Jackie Kennedy speak to FOREIGN audiences in their native languages, Mrs Bush would be addressing legals and illegals in America who care not to learn the official language of their adopted country. That speaks volumes.

      My view is not racist. But how is Yeb’s embrace of “Brown” diversification different from that of progressives? The “level playing field” of workers globally George W meant that Americans had to grub for pennies too…. I choose Trump, and the restoration of a prosperous America by winning at the game we perfected!

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      • amjean says:

        There was a Veggie Fest in Lisle, Illinois over the weekend. They had tents
        set up with speakers on new age type stuff; vegan and vegetarian lifestyle, yoga, etc. They had at least three speeches that were in Spanish only. How many Hispanics do you know that are vegetarian? I thought it was the oddest thing.

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        • QuiteContrary says:

          Interesting! After living all my life in an uber blue state, I can assure you they organized Spanish speeches because they thought it reflected well on THEM. Many of these uber Leftists do and say everything to make a show of how tolerant and compassionate they are (of anyone and everyone who agrees with EXACTLY EVERYTHING THEY BELIEVE. God help you if you don’t. They turn ugly very fast!)

          The local Leftists are so dominant where I live that they go ballistic whenever a conservative voices an opinion or, God forbid, writes a letter to the editor. They start spewing their venom and, oddly, seem to think it’s a sign of how tolerant they are. I would never allow such an individual to put a single foot on my property.

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          • your tour guide says:

            Spot on. Used to be one of them. What made me start changing my views was watching them hold IMPORTANT! MEANINGFUL! meetings about pressing business that
            was occurring thousands of miles away. The fact that their homes were being robbed regularly in their trendy neighborhoods was secondary, and overlooked.
            Decided that it was ultimately, moronic. Showing up, getting worked up into
            apolopetic fits over the Sandinistas and Contras, while they were getting robbed blind.
            Nothing occurred at the meetings. They stated that they were OUTRAGED,
            got all worked up over nothing, and agreed with every statement everybody else made.
            Taking time out of their lives to get upset and hold non discussions, while somebody was coming in through their kitchen window and taking the TV.

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            • QuiteContrary says:

              Clearly, you are smarter than they are! Can you comment on this? Don’t you think that Trump plays Dems’ game just like they do when it comes to political dog-fights? Most R’s are terrified to strike back. They grovel and apologize, but Trump goes on the attack and says the one thing about them that he knows they don’t want said. Good for him!

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  12. starfcker says:

    Let’s get ready to rumble.

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  13. angie says:

    “But remember, The Donald is one step ahead of them…. he’s forcing their hand. Bleed out those Super-PACs.” Exactly! Bush’s group has to spend money to get tv time. All Trump has to do is open his mouth and the networks throw free time at him.

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  14. oldschool64 says:

    Jeb and his people are desperate. But not nearly as desperate as when they wake up one morning and find the $10 mil is gone and they’re down another 15 points.

    It will be hilarious to see Trump’s response to this in the next couple of days. He’ll go on and on about how stupid they are and how he wouldn’t hire them to clean bathrooms at Trump Plaza.
    In fact, the only thing funnier than his response will be the ads that HE starts putting out on the airwaves. We’re going to have a blast Treepers.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      Not to nitpick, Oldie, but in order to go down another 15 points Jebba the Hut should defy the laws of math (-;

      Liked by 3 people

      • Jett Black says:

        Current pseudoPOTUS is in negative numbers in so many ways (that’s why I refer to him as <0; b/c 0 is a good and valuable mathematical concept and should not be maligned by association with pseudoPOTUS. No reason Heb shouldn’t join him.

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    • ImpeachEmAll says:

      Jeb have enough
      points to be down
      another 15 points?

      Ten MM is peanuts.
      Poll points are not.

      Trump will do well
      without any ad time.

      Trump 2016

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  15. peppie says:

    Dear God please let the American people wake up! I thought the last election was the most important of all time but this one’s for all the marbles game set and match. Wise up and get rid of the professional politicians PEOPLE!

    Liked by 7 people

    • Sharon says:

      God is not choosing to have the American people sleep and He doesn’t have to “let” them wake up. They are sleeping because they want to ~ they choose to.

      Nothing more persistent than a desire to avoid reality.

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  16. kpm58 says:

    The donors are known. Who is making the decisions on how the money is spent? If they could be crowdsourced the result could be interesting.

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  17. rodney says:

    Jeb has a bunch of negatives that can’t be overcome with ads.
    1) He’s pro amnesty.
    2) He’s pro Common Core
    3) He has no charisma.
    4) His body language and speech patterns show weakness. Compare him to Trump’s natural exuberance. He comes off like a dim bulb.
    5) He doesn’t look to be very bright. Maybe it was pounded out by all the campaign advisers stuffing talking points into him.
    5) He’s a Bush. Bush42 destroyed the Bush brand for at least a generation.

    The CofC can throw a hundred million at ads, it won’t change this.

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    • upaces88 says:

      Rodney, it almost seems like Jeb came from another mother or something???
      There is NO resemblance to George W and his dad.

      Diffeent gene pool===recessive gene….I dunnno….He is just so weak…and it shows!

      Weak minds sink under prosperity as well as adversity; but strong and deep ones have two high tides.
      David Hare

      Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/weak_minds.html#H8emJiLKHteeJPeA.99

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      • upaces88 says:

        I think you have it! There is just far too much diffeence in looks, thought patterns and the way he has to TRY to present himself. He is like an empty shell awaiting to be filled up by?????

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    • Obomination says:

      He’s also a big NSA supporter and all for nation-building for Mohammedans.

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      • JeremyR says:

        Lets build the Mohamheads a nation. I have no problem with that, the question is where to send them. Antarctica is too warm and they might mistake penguins for Catholic Nuns and rape them.
        allah, pronounced a lie, is the arabian moon god. It would be fitting and just to colonize the moon with them. For good measure we can give them assistance in the form of a bunch of moonbats like Nancy P. Lousy, Babs Box-o-rocks, Cujo, and Dingy Harry.

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    • Betty says:

      There is a filthy, nasty connection between Jeb Bush and Tenant Healthcare Corp. that so far has been suppressed.

      Jeb Bush and Tenet Healthcare Corp. By Robert Potts
      http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2014/12/jeb_bush_and_tenet_healthcare_corp.html#ixzz3PiZa66q3

      “Jeb Bush left the Florida governor’s office in January of 2007, after eight years of service. Three months later, he joined the board of a hospital company that had been pillaging government health programs and abusing patients, in Florida and around the country, for most of the years he sat in the governor’s office.”

      “As soon as that five-year review ended, the same company, now operating as Tenet Healthcare, launched a program to increase profits by gouging Medicare. It took a while for everyone to catch on to the new schemes, but starting in 2002 and running on into 2007, the company faced allegations of fraud, Medicare false claims, patient abuse, overcharging federal health care programs, kickback violations, falsely inflating hospital charges, unnecessary heart operations, unnecessary patient deaths, and SEC violations. ”

      “For his first year on the Board, Tenet paid Bush, $451,581. That amount was $216,000 more than the average paid to the seven other directors and $61,000 more than paid to the chairman of the board. From 2007 through 2013, Tenet has paid Bush $2.3 million. A large part of the compensation is in the form of stock awards. In 2013, Bush sold Tenet shares in three transactions worth $1 million. And the most recent proxy statement shows that Bush still holds another $3 million in stock at the current market value.”

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    • ctdar says:

      Lipstick.on a pig,

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  18. I can’t stand Rubio. He’s such a little twerp.
    Would anyone even be talking about him if he weren’t Latino?

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  19. doodahdaze says:

    I can see it now. Standard sad elevator music with a tired old elevator pitch. What a joke. Rove will be in Bolivia hiding out in the jungle after this fiasco, with the donors hot on his trail.

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  20. Jersey Beach says:

    Coming down to Trump/Cruz vs Bush/Rubio? I could see Donald Trump picking Ted Cruz as VP now. Makes sense. Ted Cruz has been going against the establishment with more fury now and he’s making some noise within the GOPe. Good for him.

    As for these ads, when we are bombarded with them, we switch the channel like most people probably do. I have yet to hear anyone talking about voting for Hillary or Jeb and considering my neck on the woods is pretty blue area, so who knows. A few of us do talk about Donald, but some say he’ll never get elected and I reply “never say never.”

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  21. WeeWeed says:

    Spend that money now, Yeb. Get.It.Over.With.

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  22. rsmith1776 says:

    Where’s the IRS when we really need it?

    (-:

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  23. Backspin says:

    Listen , understand , the K= Street GOP // D.C. lobby machine is a Terminator. It can’t be reasoned with , it does not feel PAIN, it does not know PITY or REMORSE , it does not sleep or get tired , and it will absolutely not stop — EVER until ” We The People ” are enslaved.
    K – Street & D.C. IS SKYNET……… TRUMP Is John Connor. //
    Reese DN38416

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  24. rsmith1776 says:

    For the first time [no kidding] I’ve listened to B. Sanders speaking. My goodness, what a class warfare yeller and what a first class bore! Even if he has a point once every 50 sentences the delivery is incredibly strident, humorless, unappealing.

    The only better show than Trump squashing Hillary would be Trump making Bernie cry.

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  25. Jack says:

    The Reich to Rise brought to you by the third Bush.

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  26. brindlebutt says:

    Trump, a one man army who thinks on his feet and speaks in a direct manner, diagnosed Jeb as lacking in passion. He also pointed out the pragmatic business of buying politicians. Translation: Jeb is running as a cog in a machine, not as a leader. I betcha if we could pillowtalk with Jeb, he would agree.

    Trump is an astute reader of character and understands how character portends future action.

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    • judyw says:

      “Jeb is running as a cog in a machine” and his whole performance so far reminds me of Fred Thompson’s performance in 2008…Fred never appeared to have even a desire much less a passion to serve as President…..wonder if he was GOPe planted/financed? That would be an interesting piece for those of us who initially had higher hopes than he did.

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  27. franker01 says:

    Unfortunately, and I agree with most of what you are saying…
    It will all be for naught.
    So it goes, America.

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  28. doodahdaze says:

    One Trump ad can defeat all the Bush ads. He can spoil the party easily.:)

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  29. ZurichMike says:

    “flak” is an abbreviation for the German “Fliegerabwehrkanone” (anti-aircraft gun) ==> The flak that Trump is getting must mean he is over target BIG TIME.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      You have to love a language so friendly, so accessible, so reasonable that even little German kids can learn, provided they’ve got an 150+ IQ

      (-:

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      • ZurichMike says:

        The Germans love compound nouns: Flieger Abwehr Kanone are the three words squished together for the longer one (Flyer = airplane, Abwehr = defense, Kanone = canon or gun). One of the longest words I’ve seen on a building’s directory was for a Vermögensverwaltungsgesellschaft (asset management company).

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        • Burnt Toast says:

          just went down the wikihole…

          Longest words, in English for example is 189,819 letters, but does not count because it is sciency. Languages that jam compound words together can extend the letter count to infinity and beyond…

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longest_words

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          • ZurichMike says:

            Donaudampfschifffahrtselektrizitätenhauptbetriebswerkbauunterbeamtengesellschaft, the “Association for Subordinate Officials of the Head Office Management of the Danube Steamboat Electrical Services”.

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        • 1american1st says:

          Maybe that’s why they lost the war.
          While Rommel was trying to explain their next move with long German words, our troops were told:
          “When in doubt, ATTACK!”
          ― George S. Patton Jr.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz
        (63 letters) “beef labeling regulation & delegation of supervision law”

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    • canadacan says:

      Interesting

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  30. Juan says:

    Let ’em waste all the money they want on ads for Jeb. Even using an acetylene torch they couldn’t light a fire under him.

    George Will is a doddering old fool that nobody pays attention to … or at least they shouldn’t.

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  31. rsmith1776 says:

    Excellent Hannity letter. Shows indeed he’s sincere and provides fantastic responses to likely talking points which were and more importantly will be spread about Trump.

    Almost half as good as a post from Sundance ( :

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  32. Aslan's Girl says:

    Trump is onto them. IIRC, yesterday or the day before I think Trump was asked if Bush would start running attack ads and Trump answered “yes, what else is he going to do?” He knows they are coming. I can’t wait to see what counter-attack Trump has planned.

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    • Burnt Toast says:

      Short… probably a vine… maybe a JFK Camelot scene with arrests of all the rest of the clan… then the same with the Jeb! and his spawn’s records.

      Something to reinforce the natural revulsion most Americans have with dynasties.

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  33. dizzymissl says:

    I read somewhere that Jeb only uses his first name on campaign signs.

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  34. 1american1st says:

    They could spend $20 Billion on ads for Jeb & I still wouldn’t vote for him.
    NO AMNESTY!
    DEPORT ILLEGALS!

    TRUMP 2016

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  35. Arkindole says:

    I also here the donors have a secret weapon…

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  36. TwoLaine says:

    TRUMP has forced the conversation on Making Elections TRANSPARENT. Chris Christie is on with CNN discussing 24 hour reporting, in & out, full transparency on all campaign funds.

    They brought him on and had to say, “Uuuuhhhh, you are only at ……..3%.”

    It was priceless. I can only imagine the hot seat Yeb! is in.

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  37. TwoLaine says:

    CN & N: Now they are talking about TRUMP’s Immigration Plan, asking why everyone else doesn’t come down harder on immigration, and where are the plans for everyone else? :)

    WINNING!

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