Leaked Instructions – GOPe Leaders Give Senators Talking Points For August Recess…

The Mitch McConnell legislative agenda was written for him prior to taking his position as Senate Majority Leader.  The author of the agenda was a group of Wall Street financiers who organize under the construct of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Tom Donohue as CoC President.

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Donohue then spends millions through K-Street lobbyists to insure his legislative priorities are maintained.  In the run-up to the 2014 mid-terms Donohue was very specific on what his demands were of the GOPe team, Boehner and McConnell:

♦ Comprehensive Immigration Reform – to include Amnesty for illegal aliens. (link)

♦ Support for full delivery of Federal Common CORE education standards (link)

♦ The full implementation of ObamaCare without adjustment. (link)

♦ Trans Pacific Trade Deal (link) (Currently in negotiations)

So it should come as no surprise to see the hand-out given to the Republican senators by John Thune would specifically call for the GOP to frame the CoC position on these issues in the August recess ‘Town Hall’ meetings.

Breitbart.Com received a copy of the instructions and share:

[…]  While Thune’s instructions urge GOP Senators to meet with business groups during the August recess to tout the GOP’s support for President Barack Obama’s unpopular free-trade treaties, the package ignores the issue that is dominating the national political dialogue and is popular amongst the GOP’s voter base– curbing the huge swell of Democrat-leaning migrants and guest-workers arriving in the United States.

[…]  The package advises Senators and staffers to arrange a press event at their a local Chamber of Commerce to tout the passage of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) which cedes Congress’ authority to negotiate trade deals to President Obama allowing for the speedy passage of unpopular trade agreements that will subject American sovereignty to governance of a global commission similar to the European Union.  (read more)

This is yet more evidence of what we have been outlining for several years.

It is not by accident Mitch McConnell refused to repeal ObamaCare under the same legislative structure it was created, 51 party line votes – while simultaneously using legislative construct to change the tools of the Senate and pass Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) with a simple majority.

McConnell and BoehnerMcConnell didn’t want to adjust thresholds to repeal ObamaCare, but did want to adjust thresholds to pass TPA.  His motives and intents are transparent when you understand he’s only doing what The U.S. Chamber of Commerce want him to do.

When you understand the Establishment Republican party apparatus wants to advance the interests of Tom Donohue (CoC), and not the interests of the republican base of conservative electorate, you also begin to understand what they really mean by not taking up legislation they call “risky”.

The GOPe will say they don’t want to bring up immigration legislation due to the controversial nature within an election year.  What they’re doing is hiding behind a false premise that the legislation itself is dangerous to the election.  In essence, they use fear as a tool to keep the electorate from understanding their true intents.

The reason the McConnell/Boehner clan doesn’t want to deal with immigration reform, border security, or other legislation they call “risky”, is actually because they support the opposite side of the conservative position.

By retaining ObamaCare McConnell can politically claim “they didn’t make it”, and yet receive the benefit from K-Street (money) for its continued existence.  It is, simply, a trick.

Whether a Democrat or a Republican, when it comes to legislative priorities, there is essentially little difference.  They are both sides of the same big government political coin.

This is why the same people, holding the same priorities, formulated the GOPe road map to nominate Jeb Bush.   When you understand the enemy of Republicans is not Democrats, everything you see begins to make more sense.  The actual enemy of professional Republicans is conservatives.

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No one inside this construct within Washington DC or the Republican National Committee, who carries the approval of the Republican party affiliation, is going to be able to stop the Robert-The-Bruce usurpation.

And every vile resource and insufferable tool will be deployed by the GOPe to retain their power….

DC really fears Donald Trump because they see Trump pulling support from all areas of the political spectrum.  And when Hillary is replaced by the Democrat apparatus, the main reason will be because they know Hillary would be resoundingly defeated by him.

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87 Responses to Leaked Instructions – GOPe Leaders Give Senators Talking Points For August Recess…

  1. socabill says:

    For those who haven’t read this yet, Cantor has not only endorsed ¡Yeb! but taken the lead in his Highness’ campaign.. Kiss-of-death indeed.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/08/27/kiss-of-death-disgraced-former-majority-leader-eric-cantor-to-head-bushs-campaign-in-virginia/

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  2. socabill says:

    Oh, and I’m just dying to hear Dave Brat’s take…

    Hope he pulls no punches whatsoever.

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  3. moogey says:

    1996 Democratic Party Platform:

    We must remain a nation of laws. We cannot tolerate illegal immigration and we must stop it. For years […], Washington talked tough but failed to act….[O]ur borders might as well not have existed. The border was under-patrolled, and what patrols there were, were under-equipped. Drugs flowed freely. Illegal immigration was rampant. Criminal immigrants, deported after committing crimes in America, returned the very next day to commit crimes again.

    08.26.2015 Reason.com

    And Donald Trump was crucified by Republicans when he said the Democrats had policies he agreed with.

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  4. jakeandcrew says:

    So our “representatives” come home to tell “we, the people” what’s important, and try to sell us their preferred legislation, to benefit themselves. Whereas it’s supposed to be “we, the people” telling our representatives how we want them to govern our nation, for the benefit of all.

    Time to throw them out, and take our government back.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Ha you have only been voting for who gets in to take the money. Jeb’s dirty hand was just a Freudian slip. They all got one dirty hand and make everything else just good enough to get reelected. Pretending to represent you is only a facade.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Throwing them out does not do any good. In order to get change you have to change the system. Only then will you get people to represent you and not the money.

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      • jakeandcrew says:

        I see your point – we keep sending good people to DC, and they’re either stonewalled by the corruption, or become a part of it themselves, with very few exceptions (Sen. Tom Cotton, perhaps).

        Changing the system sounds like a daunting, long-term task. But getting Donald Trump elected President would be a great leap in the right direction.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          Here is the reality. When our government was formed, advertising consisted of newspapers and handbills. Now we have radio, TV, billboards, internet etc. Campaigning has turned into a very expensive proposition. Getting elected and reelected cost big bucks. Plus you have campaign staff to pay. This money has to come from somewhere.

          So you as a politician are going to have to come up with funds if you are going to keep your job. So you take the money to keep the money people happy and vote for things they want. If you do not keep the money people happy they are going to fund someone to replace you who is going to vote the right way.

          Sundance has gone to great lengths to show how the RNC tried to rig the system so that there was only one outcome – Jeb Bush. This is not much different. No matter who you put into office, regardless of their intent, are going to have to succumb to the money. There is only one outcome, they are going to vote to reward and everything else is a charade to make it look like they are representing you.

          The system demands this outcome, don’t expect things to change unless we put safeguards in place to keep this from happening. Our size has outgrown the rules that are in place to ensure a just government.

          I read an article that said that for every dollar invested in lobbying that the return was $700. That would make buying government the best investment around. At those rates would you expect more or less of it? Basically we are getting sold out for chump change.

          Hopefully Trump can change this or we as a nation are doomed. ,

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          • Mark Dietzler says:

            Indeed, and until the underlying government power that lobbyists seek to bend to their will is repealed, lobbying will continue. Limited government is not worth lobbying, since the government cannot produce results without any power.

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        • woohoowee says:

          bertdilbert is absolutely correct. Senator Tom Cotton will eventually have to dance with those what brung him, so to speak, and off the top of my head that will include Senator Marco Rubio, Paul Singer, Dan Senor, and Sheldon Adelson.

          -snip-
          “The conservative hedge-fund billionaire Paul Singer and former Romney foreign policy adviser Dan Senor last month hosted a fundraiser for him in New York City that hauled in over $100,000 from high-dollar Republican donors including Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam.”

          http://www.nationalreview.com/article/354724/tom-cotton-presumptive-candidate-eliana-johnson

          Donald Trump has been telling us about the hedge fund managers involved so heavily in our politics (they buy our politicians). Just take Paul Singer – he is one of those hedge fund managers and his hedge fund, Elliott Management, was certainly lobbying for Senate Bill 744 better known to us as “The Gang of Eight Bill”:

          “BILL MOST FREQUENTLY LOBBIED ON IN THE 113th CONGRESS: S.744 (Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act)

          “See more lobbying by Elliott Management”

          https://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/summary.php?id=D000021972

          Makes me sick too, jakeandcrew.

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          • woohoowee says:

            Forgot to include link for Senator Marco Rubio’s (Super PAC) contributions to Senator Tom Cotton:

            “That’s why Rubio’s group, Reclaim America, has stepped beyond the usual leadership PAC role. In addition to the $10,000 that Rubio’s PAC sent to Rep. Tom Cotton’s Senate campaign in 2013, it directed another $18,000 to the Arkansan by soliciting and collecting money straight from Reclaim America donors. On top of that, Reclaim America spent another $200,000 airing its own pro-Cotton TV advertisement last fall as Democrats began attacking him.”

            http://www.nationaljournal.com/daily/traditional-pacs-up-their-game-as-the-price-of-politics-rise-20140528

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      • Kauf Buch says:

        Don’t know your handle here, so please take that into consideration when I say:
        that’s exactly what Communists and Fascists say, too.
        The system is FINE.
        It is being ignored and abused.
        ADHERE to it…is more like it.

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    • Obomination says:

      And their fascistic behavior is not the result of cowardice.

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  5. boutis says:

    John Thune reminds me of the hall monitor from junior high. Tattle tale, kiss up, toady. Go for those talking points John. They should be a big hit at the town halls if any of these weasels have enough guts to even have one. Thune must be worried about Indies and party jumpers in the Republican primaries next year. Down ticket races are going to be rough. Slipping more or even returning the standard party hacks is going to be harder this time with all those NEW primary voters. New rules Thune. The public picks the issues not the hacks.

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  6. PreNanny says:

    Ted Cruz supports the TPA which he stated many times, even stated it in his rant about being lied to by the turtle, will he play possum now?

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    • bertdilbert says:

      He is in the same boat with the current system. He has to take the money. Change the system or get more of the same. Congress cannot be in charge of itself. You cannot expect criminals to be in charge of themselves. The only reason that they are not in jail is they decide what the laws are.

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    • InterfaceGal says:

      He voted for it the first time with the understanding there would be reforms to the Export Import Bank. That reform was taken out when the second vote occurred and he did not vote on it the second time. That is where the “Mitch McConnell lied to him” came from.

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      • PreNanny says:

        That is not an acceptable justification/rationalization for Cruz in my book.
        The TPA or TPP or whatever they are going to call it is a NO vote period.

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      • facebkwallflower says:

        Cruz is a lawyer and knows never to put your name to anything, whether in writing or verbally, without first reading and/or know exactly what you are agreeing to. He just took him at his word? Like, how lame is that? His staff told him Mitch was lying and I believe he knew he was but decided to use this opportunity, at his country’s expense, to set a trap for Mitch. Now, that is low and definitely reeks of betrayal; McConnell betrayed Cruz and Cruz betrayed the American people. He was sent to Washington to NOT be a politician and the sameoldsameold of passing bills not read but now cries he did not read and just took someone’s word as to what was in it. Wish he would quit riding on Trumps coattails to keep up his image of a renegade when he is, indeed, a dangerous master politician. If Trumps picks him for VP it will be very disappointing as it will show Donald is not who/what we think he is. Also, if Trump gets close to Cruz and works with him, like in the latest event, it should not be ruled out that Cruz is there for no other reason than to betray Trump to the GOPe.

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  7. hocuspocus13 says:

    And so we have the answer to why Trump soars… ✌

    Have a Wonderful Day

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  8. doodahdaze says:

    Now Silent Majority is a RACIST term. ROFL!!!

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    • joanfoster says:

      I am a proud card carrying member of the Silent Majority. What is stunning to me is how many registered Republicans are still drinking the nectar of stupidity. I realize that they don’t all have access to information that exposes the self-serving, evil deeds of the GOP leadership, but they still don’t connect the dots that every two years we get the same false promises and get the voters to the polls, and by Jan. 20 when congress reconvenes, the promises have been thrown into the dust bin of history.

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    • allhail2 says:

      Cool. More name calling and innuendos. Can’t wait for the libtards and actual racists to throw that in my face. I love messin’ with them.

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    • ImpeachEmAll says:

      Trump 2016. Be loud; be proud.

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  9. flawesttexas says:

    Pretty much…if the GOP is not willing to end it…they support it

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  10. OP says:

    Crime syndicate…

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  11. John Galt says:

    Make America Great vs Destroy America

    And they wonder why Trump is so popular.

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  12. annieoakley says:

    Crime syndicate indeed. And now The Pope is all in, too

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    • Sentient says:

      I’ll listen to this pope on illegal immigration into the US the moment he lets a few hundred economic illegal migrants from Africa take up permanent residence in the Vatican and makes them cardinals. A boycott of Sunday donations might be in order – to concentrate the bishops’ minds. Maybe I’ll just drop a note in the collection plate that reads like my first sentence.

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      • joanfoster says:

        Pope Climate Change the First is getting a bit insufferable.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Deb says:

        In our diocese, all our donations go to our parish, there is an annual collection for the Diocese called the “Bishop’s Appeal” and every parish has a goal set for this based on demographics. So it is possible to donate only to your parish, and parish donations can be earmarked for specific items or expenses. I would check with your diocese to see how it works.

        I am very lucky to have a holy pastor and a holy Bishop. My Bishop actually attended one of the Planned Parenthood Protests and helps to organize a local March for Life every year. But if I lived in NYC, Chicago, or DC you can bet that I would withhold my money from the Bishops funds.

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        • Wow, that’s not how it was in my (former) diocese – Portland, OR. About 10-15 years ago, the archbishop swooped in and took ALL the money from ALL the accounts of ALL the parishes, with the argument that it was all the same church’s money.
          In our less-obedient parish, parishioners formed a separate corporation to raise money for the school, had a single fund-raiser for the year and uses ALL the money for the parish school. I left the parish and the Church not too long after that, so I don’t know whether that is still the financial setup.
          I strongly agree with Deb, above, and recommend that all Catholics “check with your [own]diocese to see how it works.”

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  13. angryduc says:

    The citizens have been usurped. Trump really is our only ally. Who would have thunk?

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    • Sentient says:

      “Eugene Robinson gets it” is a sentence that had never before crossed my lips, but you’re right. The only thing I’d disagree with is his implication that Yeb being more honest about his immigration plans might help Yeb.

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      • allhail2 says:

        If Yeb is honest about his immigration plan he will torpedo his already sinking ship.

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      • Oh yes. Agreed.

        I posted that before my coffee kicked in 🙂

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      • Seems like most liberals don’t understand Trump’s immigration plans. They keep pointing out that “we can’t deport 11+ million people” and that Trump is dishonest and his ideas are ridiculous, but they just don’t get it. We don’t need to deport them. If it’s too difficult for them to make money here, if they can’t get any government benefits, if they can’t have anchor babies, if there’s no lingering possibility of amnesty, if local law enforcement actually works closely with ICE, and they can’t send money back to Mexico (or wherever they’re from), they’ll self deport. If the milk sours, they’ll move on.

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    • Kauf Buch says:

      In general, it is a remarkable piece for a Washington Pus writer.
      It’s almost possible to oversee his calling Trump’s immigration plans “ridiculous, impossible,” and calling Ted Cruz “nobody.”

      But, yes, POPCORN TIME!!!

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  14. georgiafl says:

    These same slime-wads also laugh at nearly 200 military generals and admirals who signed a petition against the Iran deal.
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/state-laughs-off-195-retired-brass-opposing-iran-deal/article/2570916

    Perfidy and treason is epidemic in DC.

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  15. stringy theory says:

    Well, I’m done with the GOP. I’ll be at the polls in 2016 to vote against my GOPe rep. and senator. Both are faux conservatives. Better the enemy you know. Hopefully, Trump will be on the ballot so I can vote for him. Thanks Sundance for an excellent site where we can learn the truth about the enemy within.

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    • Concerned says:

      Thanks for bringing up part 2 of the 2016 strategy. Not only do we need to work hard to make sure Trump is nominated and then elected, we need to work hard to oust the GOPe louts. We should have state-specific strategies.

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      • stringy theory says:

        Just saw your reply and I totally agree with you. We could use a state-by-state strategy to focus on the GOPe louts, as you put it. Maybe some of the GOPe candidates down the food chain will not feel so happy to see a dumbocrat take the presidency if they lose their jobs in the process.

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  16. thesouthwasrght says:

    I truly believe that if Trump is not in the WH come 2017 then true civil war on a massive scale is less than a decade behind.

    We are a Godless nation of greed and avarice. Of gluttony and sl9th. Truly of satan. We pay for the slaughter of the innocent bc the collection of their parts is worth more than the sum of their souls. We have allowed the government to force sodomite “marriage ” upon our places of worship. And probably most biblically offensive is that we have abandoned His people. Hanging Israel out to dry is so egregious as to nearly defy description. God has dropped the mic and left the building.

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    • Clc says:

      http://www.jesusisprecious.org/prophecy/satans_counterfeit.htm God will NEVER abandon HIS people. I don’t know if this writer is totally correct but it has opened my eyes. pilate ask Jesus, “what is truth?” john 17:17 says your word is truth.

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    • Obomination says:

      Yes, things are much worse than just about anyone will acknowledge.

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    • Concerned says:

      If Trump does not win I think I will retire early from my career job, yank most or all of my money from the market, get myself a low-stress low-pay job, and go on welfare. If I can’t have a say in how my many tax dollars are spent, if I must be forced to support the scammers, then I will drop out as much as possible. I too will be a leech then, because it will be clear to me that it doesn’t pay to be a hard-working responsible citizen in this country.

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      • No, my dear, do NOT go on welfare. You have no idea how stressful it would be to YOU. Not the long-time welfare queens, but you. So my advice? Go off the grid. Find fellow dropouts to communicate with for your necessary social life and get a nice stress-reducing garden going. Then, you’ll be fine.
        Just ask some the Treepers here. I’d be willing to bet we have several.

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    • jetstream says:

      Agree totally.
      Quotable:
      “We pay for the slaughter of the innocent because the collection of their parts is worth more than the sum of their souls.”

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  17. John Krebs says:

    They’re scared of Trump so they plan to do more of what made Trump rise.
    Comprehensive Immigration Reform……….. GOOD GOD! ANYTHING pushed by politicians that has the words “comprehensive reform” is at this point understood by anyone with a brain to mean 3000 page pack of lies.

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  18. Obomination says:

    The reason the McConnell/Boehner clan doesn’t want to deal with immigration reform, border security, or other legislation they call “risky”, is actually because they support the opposite side of the conservative position.

    But that distinguished patriot and noted truth-teller Ted Cruz says both parties want “to do everything possible to secure the border.” So someone is being very dishonest here. Who to believe? Would the author of A Time for Truth be so dishonest? A real quandary.

    /s

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  19. While God will not truly abandon His people, He cannot stand to be around sin and, alas, our nation has become very sinful. It took Israel 400 years when in Egypt to pray Him back into their lives. Our prayers will never not be heard but we must make it possible for Him to be near. Trump seems to be the only one who has the right formula.

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  20. I would like to share a story that I hope will encourage people here to get proactive and take action to expose people to the valuable work Sundance has done here.

    Apologies for the length, but I think the gist of it is important.

    In 2008, the media was laying the seeds for brainwashing us that the United State Government was the backstop for Fannie Mae bonds and that those bond holders could take comfort in that. This was a little before the ’08 market crash.

    I work out of my apartment in downtown Chicago in 60611. As I heard that come over FOX, as I was working at my desk, two things struck me. The USG does not back Fannie Mae Bonds and it’s time to get totally out of the Stock Market.

    I don’t know how I knew those bonds were not backed by the USG. My trade is not finance.

    Sitting at my desk, I googled Fannie Mae Bond. After noodling around I found myself at the Fannie Mae web site which I was directed to by a blog named “Just a girl in short shorts” written by a brilliant woman who called herself Becky Chandler.

    On the Fannie Mae website was a pdf of a Bond Indenture (for those not otherwise aware a Bond “Indenture” is a booklet that outlines all the features, conditions, terms, etc. of that Bond).

    On the very first page of the Indenture of that Bond, it stated in bold black print that the Bond was — not — backed by the USG.

    I sat there thinking “Wow, I wonder how many people are aware of this, when the media is feeding us the opposite?”

    I stopped what was doing, printed 25 copies of the front page of that Indenture, printed the web address to the .pdf of the Fannie Mae web site on each copy and set out to the corner of Delaware & Michigan Avenues to hand them out and ask passers by that in lieu of the Bonds not being backed by the USG as clearly stated on the Indenture and seeing as citizens received no Interest payments, should we make whole losses on the Fannie Mae bond holders should there be a default?

    As I stood in front of the John Hancock building extending the copy to people, nobody gave me the time of day, so I improvised. I went in the the bank and I got 50 one dollar bills.

    Once I got to waiving a couple of bucks around, I got people’s attention.

    When they stopped, I asked, “Are you a U.S. Citizen?” Where they replied yes, I gave them the $2 & I told them I’d like to ask them to read this page I have in my hand and then I’d like to ask them a couple of questions.

    Do you think of yourself as a Republican, Independent, Liberatarian, Democrat or something else?

    Then I asked them if they were familiar with the recent economic news concerning Fannie Mae? Most at the very least were.

    Then I asked them to read the bold print and then I asked if they thought, given those are clearly the terms, do they think we should make Bondholders whole if the Bonds default in spite of the fact we received none of the Interest?

    Here is the beautiful thing. In a democrat stronghold like downtown Chicago, male, female, white, black, Latino, across every political category, every one of the 25 people I asked, except one who said, “Maybe”, said “No.” Many, “Hell no.” some “No #€%^z-ng way.”

    Not a scientific polling, but I think it says something.

    So after all that here’s the gist. I had never done anything like that before or since, but I am going to do something like it again.

    This time I am going to print out Sundance’s road map and a couple of bucks and just ask the people to promise to read it.

    We’ll on second thought, given all the Quantitative Easing since ’08, I probably have to kick it up to $3.

    If everyone of you do something in the same vain to expose people to what we believe is going on, we will leave a mark.

    BTW, every person who stopped gave me my money back. It was beautiful.

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  21. barbi says:

    Peggy Noonan’s latest–no matter how you feel about her, she is very good at sensing things that other columnists ignore—

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/america-is-so-in-play-1440715262

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  22. Ace says:

    This is no way to respond to Trump’s hostile takeover of their party.

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  23. videoviewer says:

    This is an amazing reaction! They are really digging in and ignoring all reality. Why are they this bold to ignore so many of their people who vote for them and put them into office? Why are they this confident to come back to us with the opposite of what they promised in election year to get into office in the first place? Great commercial is to compare and contrast what they promised to get into office, what they were saying during the ’10, 12 and ’14 election cycles and what they are now saying as their platform. Also, compare their talking points with the Dems talking points and ask, what is the difference? I actually love that they are declaring their true positions so clearly and blatantly. They could not be clearer about their true positions, intentions and where they stand. They have taken off their mask and show who they are … and now for an “honest” fight against those positions! 3rd party or bring the GOP back from the GOPe? Clear line has been drawn within the party and they have shown where they are. Now for the rebuttal and the outrage as more of the GOP voters realize that they have been clearly supporting the GOPe and Dems Light v. a Real GOP! Is Trump running a third party or a true GOP platform? Dems, Dems Light and true GOP???

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  24. facebkwallflower says:

    Wonder if any of the talking points will include “fascism” in the same breath as “Trump”, turning it into “Trumpism”. Looks like someone figured the best way to take Trump down is to get it into people’s mind he is a fascist; cannot ruin someone with “socialist” or “communist” as those are positive trademarks for the likes of Sanders. So the best evil to stick to someone is “facist” and, by gosh and golly let’s prove he is one —– out of thin air and make it real. Warning: Make sure already had blood pressure meds today….. http://theweek.com/articles/574097/donald-trump-leading-protofascist-movement

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  25. GRBoomer says:

    Notice the guy walking next to Donohue?
    That is former MN Republican governor Tim Pawlenty. He was situated for a presidential and senate run, but was pushed to the wayside for a hand picked Washington cronies. Here, obviously, is the political payback: access, power and prestige in working with Donohue and CoC.

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  26. bullnuke says:

    Its too early to tell but I am interested in seeing how many of the GOPe will be fighting for their jobs the next election. With the tsunami behind Trump, there could be a flood of good conservative candidates riding his coattails.

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  27. jameswlee2014 says:

    They need to stop worrying so much about Donald Trump and start worrying that the citizens will storm the Capitol, drag them into the streets and tear them limb from limb. I am reminded of Winston Churchill’s remarks when he he addressed a joint session after the US had entered the war, “What kind of people do they think we are?” Well, if they keep it up, they’re going to find out.

    Amnesty and Common Core are anathema to rank and file Republicans and the gross betrayal by men we conservatives put in office has not gone unnoticed. Donald Trump will win the nomination and the general election going away. The democrats will be lucky to carry California.

    In tattered tuxedos they faced the new heroes
    and crawled about in confusion.
    And they sheepishly grinned for their memoroes were dim
    of the decades of dark execution.
    Hollow hands were raised; they stood there amazed
    in the shattering of their illusions.
    As the windows were smashed by the ringing of revolution.

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  28. angryduc says:

    Saw this coming…….
    http://www.wnd.com/2015/08/nikki-haley-welcomes-muslim-refugees/

    Right on cue Nikki Haley is opening up South Carolina to Syrian Refugees. Who we all know are going to be bringing Isis with them that Obama helped create. As if scripted. Nikki is a n Anchor Baby. If Mr. Trump and many scholars are correct she wouldn’t even be an American much less a open border globalist Governor of the State of South Carolina.

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