Donald Trump Crushes GOP Field In Latest National Poll – Full Poll Data pdf Included – GOPe Splitters Expanded….

A new Monmouth University Poll (valid poll for debate determinations) shows Donald Trump crushing Jeb Bush and the GOPe splitter field. The central part of the RNC/GOPe evaluative risk is identified in the following Monmouth Poll paragraph:

[…]  “None of the establishment candidates is having any success in getting an anti-Trump vote to coalesce around them. In fact, any attempt to take on Trump directly only seems to make him stronger.” (link)

Look closely at the collective polling within the GOPe “splitter crew”:

It’s important for political observers to remember that for every poll you see there are dozens of “internal polls”, paid for by the party apparatus and campaigns, that you don’t see.

Many of those are micro-polls on key states, and district-by-district level match-ups. It’s the internals that drive the behavior we later witness from the visible participants in the RNC/GOPe apparatus.  It’s those internals that proactively took Reince Priebus to New York today.

8% for Jeb and a collective 18% for the entire GOPe Splitter Team is not sustainable – Jeb needs 15-20% for the road map to succeed:

However, the Wall Street crowd, the money men behind the Super-PACs, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Tom Donohue, Reince Priebus, Mitch McConnell and professional party insiders will not willingly give up on their well constructed, pre-planned GOPe scheme. Period.

They have hundreds of millions available to use against the vulgarian insurgency.  The deluge of attacks is about to begin – watch for it; the severity will be based on the level of their desperation.  Massively powerful and expensive interests will get brutal.

Also, watch closely for the previously outlined tripwires. Watch the horizon beside and behind us.  Watch closely what’s going on within the Hillary Clinton campaign – It’s only when Hillary is dropped that we will be able to determine when the GOPe roadmap has conceded defeat to Trump.

The Polling in 2014 Supported the Plan – Trump is destroying it !

rubio bushMarco Rubio 5% – Marco Rubio is a one term junior Senator from Florida who was the protege’ to Jeb while Rubio was a leader in the Florida legislature (Speaker of the Florida House) and Jeb Bush was governor.

Through the five years of his DC tenure Rubio has been increasingly aligned with the establishment class of GOPe DC insiders. His fundamental ideological alignments are in synergy with his mentor Jeb, and most are aware his overall favorability within the conservative base, ie. Tea Party electorate, has diminished greatly. In the past two years he has been in lock-step with the party bosses.

Rubio’s goal on behalf of the RNC/GOPe plan was/is to split the Florida electorate away from a more conservative ‘non-jeb’ candidate. Florida polling has shown this strategy is largely successful, sans the unanticipated popularity of Donald Trump.

As a one-term senator with no accumulated wealth, a family and two small children, Rubio cannot run for re-election and also run as a presidential candidate. This highlights one of the ‘tells’. Why would a young, one-term senator give up losing his political career with a long-shot presidential bid? The answer is a Jeb Bush/Tom Donohue golden parachute.

carly fiorina 2Carly Fiorina 4% – Carly Fiorina likes to present herself as a “DC outsider”, however the truth is 180° divergent. Fiorina worked for John McCain’s failed White House bid in 2007/08 and also as campaign spokesperson for Mitt Romney in 2011/2012.

Like Rubio – Fiorina’s policy positions are in alignment with Jeb Bush. Supportive of comprehensive immigration reform, amnesty, common core, et al. Fiorina is not just a California Republican, she’s essentially a female version of Jeb/Mitt. After losing her 2010 long-shot bid to gain a California senate seat against Barbara Boxer (remember the demon sheep ad), Carly moved to Virginia and enmeshed herself with the RNC/GOP party apparatus. She currently homesteads in Virginia and is a frequent cocktail party attendee with Marvin Bush, Jeb’s brother.

Virginia is important for many reasons, not the least of which was the devastating GOP uprising in 2011 which tore down the republican party structure for decision-making and replaced it with a grassroots convention nomination platform. This infuriated the DC-based GOPe professional political class which most visibly took out their anger against former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinnelli in ’13. All support withheld.

Mike Huckabee♦ Mike Huckabee 4% – Huckabee’s role in the strategy stems around a few basic principles. One, his weekend TV show was suffering with horrible ratings and insiders leaked the probability it was not going to be renewed. As an avowed party loyalist Huckabee was in a keen position to be a benefactor to the party apparatus.

Much like Virginia the Arkansas conservative base was/is becoming a threat to the GOPe party apparatus. During the GOPe road-mapping phase the RNC moved the primary dates of VA and AR along with their delegate distributions. Arkansas became a problem for the RNC when Senator Tom Cotton bucked the establishment protocols, won his primary, and then refused to moderate his ‘severe tone’ and message. Cotton was a stallion outside of the GOPe controls, they didn’t like that.

Cotton didn’t back down and actually proved his case by winning his Senate election; unseating an incumbent Senator in the widest possible margin of all the 2014 Senate Races. Cotton was right, the base was right, the GOPe proved wrong again; they don’t like that.

Huckabee is leveraged on behalf of Jeb Bush to split those Arkansas vulgarians and bring back much needed party moderation. The primary date moved, proportional distribution of delegates affirmed, Jeb can succeed by holding down a conservative “movement candidate”.

Rick Perry HeadshotRick Perry 1% – Rick Perry compromised himself most notably with the secret Colorado convention back in the summer of 2011 (Wall Street and Kochs). As a former Republican Governors Association chairman, and close friend of Mississippi’s Haley Barbour, Perry had fine-tuned his establishment bona-fides long after Sarah Palin helped him in his re-election in 2010.

Being term-limited out of Texas office, and having grown attached to the GOPe sway and cocktail class indulgences, Rick Perry became a perfect aide in the delegate distribution plans for the large state of Texas.

Perry’s role, much like Lindsey Graham, was planned in 2014 to take enough of the conservative base vote away from the non-Bush crowd (Cruz, Walker, Paul). It’s a simple divide and conquer strategy which current polling shows would be successful, again if it were not for the presence of Donald Trump. Rick Perry is currently only a viable candidate because of the Wall Street/GOPe Super-PACs constructed to support him. Austin Barbour now handling all of the efforts in Iowa and beyond. BIG TELL.

lindsey_graham♦ Lindsey Graham 0% – As Limbaugh outlines Graham doesn’t stand a chance nationally. But nationally is not where his value lies. He can muck up the works in South Carolina, and he does have a close affinity toward another key player, Governor Nicki Haley.

Like all the previous examples, and specifically because it’s the #3 primary, Graham’s job is to keep Jeb in the game by splitting the “non-jeb” vote. Graham doesn’t even make an attempt to look like a national candidate; he’s a party loyalist and is a tool for the RNC/GOPe to leverage.

kasich-john-gov-official-protrait♦ John Kasich 2% – Kasich is the role model candidate for the RNC/GOPe. Like Tim Pawlenty, Mitch Daniels, Mitt Romney et al, he’s the consummate GOPe loyalist. If the RNC had their way every governor would be just like Kasich, just swell; a real team player.

A left-leaning big government moderate republican – from the perspective of the RNC/GOPe what’s not to love. And Kasich holds sway over yet another massive batch of primary delegates, 66, up for grabs on the same day as Florida, March 15th.

Like all the other “splitters” Kasich is specifically on the plan to carve up the “non-jeb” vote and current polling shows how successful the RNC/GOPe plan could be.

♦ George Pataki 0% (New York) and ♦ Jim Gilmore 0% (Virginia) are both party loyalists, and both in the race for the same reason, split the “non-jeb” vote. Have you seen any indication from either candidate that they are actually running a presidential race?

Super-PACs funded by Wall Street, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and structurally organized by the GOPe machine are all Pataki and Gilmore have to show for their presence in the 2015 primary. Have you seen them travel to Florida? Texas? Ohio? Have you witnessed them doing anything, anything at all, which would indicate they are actually in this race to become president?

SUMMARY – This team strategy was assembled by party apparatus, party loyalists, and those who benefit from the goals of the Mitch McConnell/John Boehner Republican party. This strategy began mid-summer 2014. This is not a conspiracy, this is simply a group of like-minded professionals all within the same organization working on behalf of their individual best interests.

In 2014 during the planning phase, the “non-Jeb” candidates were expected to be: • Ted Cruz, • Scott Walker and • Rand Paul (with other outliers possible).

Ben Carson and Bobby Jindal were irrelevant, Donald Trump was never anticipated.

GOP primary 2

Just a Reminder, this is an insurgency. – The modern enemy of Wall Street is Main Street vulgarians. The enemy of the RNC/GOPe is not Democrats, it’s Grassroots Conservatives, more vulgarians.

The Republican Party, and the Republican media apparatus, view us as their enemy. We are the enemy they need to protect themselves from:

In 2014, the RNC approved selection rules that govern how each state’s delegates are portioned out from the primaries. Under one of the changes, states holding their primaries between March 1 and March 14 will have their delegates doled out proportionately with election results, a change that will likely stymie a movement candidate.

States that have primaries on or after March 15 will be winner-take-all states.

That’s important because another RNC rule change requires that a candidate must win a majority of delegates in eight or more states before his or her name may be presented for nomination at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

With 18 GOP presidential candidates, for now, it will be that much harder for any candidate to win a majority in any state, let alone eight. (Article July 2015)

GOP-versus-Tea-PartyNow, ask yourself, why would the RNC want to “stymie a movement candidate“? Who exactly does that benefit? Obviously, the “non-movement” candidate, ie “the turtle“.

Isn’t the entire reason for campaigning in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina etc. to make a movement/momentum?

In addition Rule #40 changed in 2014 from previously five needed state wins, to a newer threshold of eight (8):

Officially, it’s Rule 40 in the RNC handbook and it states that any candidate for president “shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight (8) or more states” before their name is presented for nomination at the national convention. (article March 2014)

Again, ask yourself who does this benefit? A candidate can win seven states outright, and still not have their name presented for nomination?

These rules were made/affirmed in 2014 – Who or what exactly was the GOP concerned about blocking in 2016 that would necessitate such rules? When combined with other rule changes you can clearly identify a consolidation of power within the RNC apparatus intentionally constructed to stop the candidate of the GRASSROOTS from achieving victory.

It’s all part of their GOPe Roadmap.

update-1 Reference and Resources (internal msm links inside prior outlines):

RNC Rule Changes

RNC Rule Battles

  1. Following The Money
  2. The GOPe Roadmap
  3. ♦ The Roles of The Players – “The Splitters
  4. ♦ How each candidate is aligned in the Roadmap
  5. ♦ Arrow #1 Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel
  6. ♦ Arrow #2 Trump Hits Bush – Inside The Wall Street Fortress
  7. ♦ Arrow #3 Trump Cuts Off Rubio/Bush switch – The GOPe Switch
  8. ♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac
  9. ♦ Jeb Bush Super-Pac Will immediately spend $10 Million
  10. ♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC
  11. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)
  12. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)
  13. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)
  14. ♦ How To Defeat the GOPe Road Map
  15. ♦ Current Polling Exposes – the Ohio, Florida, Texas, Virginia, New York Splitters
  16. ♦ Rush Limbaugh validates – The splitter strategy
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92 Responses to Donald Trump Crushes GOP Field In Latest National Poll – Full Poll Data pdf Included – GOPe Splitters Expanded….

  1. ThankYou,Treepers says:

    Thank you, Sundance, for being the unfailingly vigilant and super perceptive watchdog on these conformists who are cooperating tirelessly to suffocate individualism for their own greedy gains.

    Weaklings conspiring like groupies against the interests of the solitary individual who is the backbone of the citizenry.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Note to self:

    This Monmouth poll was taken from 8/31 to 9/2. The Donald signed the RNC “Pledge” on 9/3. His numbers will show an INCREASE in popularity in the next Monmouth poll.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. Barefootjourney says:

    Why not let go of a couple splitters and let then throw their tiny bit of support Behind others? Are there any polls from the states the splitters are meant to split the vote other than Florida and SC?

    The GOPe has to be readjusting their plan beyond an ad and media blitz. What is their next step?


  4. prescient11 says:


    Yep. I have been pounding the table on this. The line of ATTACK they have already been WARMING UP is that Trump is a Dem in wolves clothing.

    He has just GOTTEN OUT IN FRONT OF THAT by signing a huge and nice shiny pledge to support the conservative Republican party.

    And he has warned the public that it is the big money men, special interests, etc., that are going to try and attack them. His best warning is that those who attack him go down in the polls. They do. The GOPe must be going out of their frigging minds right now.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. dsp says:

    The shills are stating to pour in here so be ready.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. I know this is silly but doesn’t Huckabee look like Gomer Pyle in the above pic?

    Liked by 1 person

  7. moogey says:

    As SD predicted, the whiney little trolls dressed up as teaparty and respectable Republicans are hitting the boards with ferocity. For those who believe the pledge to be so monumental that it changes your support…..please concentrate on the woman to the left of Jeb Bush in the following video. And instead of tearing down our candidate, let us know how excited you are about yours.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. stringy theory says:

    Thanks again, Sundance, for keeping the Trump troops informed of the enemy’s movements. At some point, the money guys are going to question the value of all those dollars they’re paying to prop up a bunch of useless splitters. I agree that the GOPe and their money boys are starting to pull their hair out and they should. The more they attack Trump, the stronger he gets. That is simply a measure of how angry we are with what’s been happening since 2012. It won’t change and the shills won’t make it change IMO.

    Liked by 2 people

    • annieoakley says:

      I have been angry since 2007, with GWB’s failure to build the wall and stop at the very least all of the drug cartels coming across the border. It was easy to see how corrupt Hitlery is by her defense of Billy Boy Clinton, her husband supposedly. I learned about Barry from his preacher Jerry Wright. I want The Donald to win the presidency with a landslide,

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  9. TEAFORALL says:

    Trump did the right thing signing the pledge. They would not allow Him in the RNC debate. How can he defend Himself if he is attacked at the debate. Trump will hit back if they attack Him at he debate. This was a strategic call.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. dizzymissl says:

    Trump interview with Hugh Hewitt. Haven’t listened to it yet.

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      • sundance says:

        He can’t say he wasn’t warned. Look at the dates. These guys are entirely predictable:

        And So what happens:

        Liked by 2 people

        • dizzymissl says:

          Just finished listening to it. Not great. I wish they would have listened to you.


          • Edie says:

            I think Trump is great -Hugh looks like a jerk, as usual. But then I am such a fan of the Donald. He is even better under pressure. If thsese weren’t gotcha questions, there is no such thing. But they were so ridiculous and not exactly electrifying. Perhaps Hugh should run, that would be hilarious. What a pitiful tool of the establishment.


        • Sentient says:

          Hugh Hewitt is as establishment as they come. He was all but campaigning for Cruz’s Texas primary opponent back in 2010. If anyone should be embarrassed about mixing up Muslim extremists, it’s Hewitt. He routinely speaks of Iran’s “mullahs” (he should say ayatollahs). He was itching for Obama to bomb Assad. If we’d followed Hewitt’s plan, ISIS would control all of Syria now – and maybe Jordan.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Ziiggii says:

          It was like “lightening round” with Hugh; “What’s your favorite color?”, “What’s your opinion of this statement ‘The sky is not blue.’?”, “What if an ant was stepped on in the mountains of western China…..”.

          it was a trip not a stumble IMHO.

          Liked by 1 person

        • bofh says:

          SD – would you happen to have a backgrounder about Salem Communications? It’d be interesting to know more about who they are, and where their money comes from and goes to.


          • Athena the Warrior says:

            Here are the sites that are a part of Salem:
            Red State
            Hot Air
            Human Events
            Bearing Arms

            Now you can understand why certain Twitter and blogger people have been relentless in their Trump attacks.

            Liked by 1 person

        • FrJ+ says:

          I thought that was a really good interview! Trump demonstrated that he is a big picture thinker not a public/foreign policy nerd, is not a micro-manager and as such doesn’t get bogged down in minor details, he chooses competent people he can trust and lets them do their jobs. He’s a quick study and the things he needs to know he’ll know them when the time to know them comes. In short he thinks and acts like a businessman not a politician. How refreshing! I thought both gentlemen handled themselves very well. Hugh was professional and Trump was sharp. I thought both were respectful over their disagreement on the “gotcha” question but cudos to Trump for defending himself and not being timid to call out the question. The man is fearless! As for the “conservagensia” Twitter commentary, it just goes to show that you can’t trust these GOPe media operatives at all.


        • wanthetruth says:

          Think it was the 8/26 interview, I was impressed with fairness/smoothness of how interview went. Think maybe Trump thought it’d be a repeat. He won’t make that mistake again, I’ll bet. Also he’ll no doubt be wiser and pay closer attention to your heads-up Sundance. One other thing I’d guess, Hewitt is going to pay for this in one way or another – looking forward to that.

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      • sundance says:


      • 1hear2learn says:

        I haven’t listened yet but already heard on CNN that he flubbed some foreign policy questions. In my opinion he could / should state that he knows he’s not an expert on some aspects of foreign policy and is learning, but that he also intends on having the best policy experts in his administration… something along those lines. I don’t hear these types of discussions with other candidates, but regardless I would expect when the time comes that Trump would need to make a decision about Hamas and or Hezbollah he would be sure to get up to speed. Most leaders are big picture people, they set the goals and empower their managers (cabinet members) to have the experts gather the info in order to then have ability to make informed decisions. That doesn’t mean you have a single source of info either as you’d want to hear and discuss all options, weigh the pros and cons etc.

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        • Dixie says:

          I agree….and I don’t remember Trump being invited to any of the Bully’s administration daily updates, which the Bully doesn’t bother to attend. Wonder if the Bully could have answered those Hewitt gotcha questions…..?

          Why would the media, or anybody else, expect Trump to know the answers to obscure questions. He’s not the president……YET.


        • manickernel says:

          He didn’t really flub them He was being put on the spot about every player in the local hierarchy of who’s who in the general list of terrorist personalities and players in the region. He responded by saying he was not briefed, would in time become expert, and would have other experts to handle the area. He also demonstrated knowledge of the fact that Putin had met with the leader of Al Quds (Iranian) and that showed tremendous disrespect by Russia. An important point. He also returned repeatedly to American lack of support for the Kurds. Again, very important ( I agree, we need to support them )

          Trump sounds like he is rambling. He sounds simplistic in his delivery, but I have come to realize if you get past the Brooklyn street he is pretty spot on with his analysis.

          What bothers me is the spin that is being put on it.


          • MfM says:

            He’s working without a teleprompter, so he repeats himself on important things and rambles a little. It’s nice to have someone who is actually answering questions without a net for a change.


      • manickernel says:

        Well one takeaway from that, he damn sure is going to build that wall.

        Liked by 1 person

  11. This is just laughable on many levels.


    • NJF says:

      Snort, he’s pathetic, and completely irrelevant at this point.

      Previously based on the little of knew of him, I liked him. Now he just comes off as a whiny little boy who hasn’t gotten his way. He looked like this as soon as he tried going after Christie at the debate, and every time he opens his mouth it just gets worse.

      Liked by 3 people

  12. jon says:

    I thought it was a smart move by Trump to say Perry dropped out. If he were an actual candidate, and not merely a tool of Heb, the rational thing would have been to drop out already. By saying he has, Trump caused everyone to look at the situation and ask why.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. socabill says:

    If you know anything about Skinnerian behavioral theory, when any entrenched behavior is resisted (read: not sufficiently punished) said behavior escalates.  This is a normal and entirely predictable reaction in both individuals and groups (mobs, crowds, organizations), particularly if that behavior has been rewarded (reinforced) over time. 

    Expect more, much more of this until the GOPe either falls into line (fat chance; they are like the Left…they never stop) or is entirely fumigated.

    This is a war.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. aprilyn43 says:

    The truth is the GOPe would rather lose this election than allow Trump to win!

    Liked by 2 people

  15. zephyrbreeze says:

    How can all the professionals behind the Jebster not recognize how flat and boring he is talking horrible repetitive policy? Dull and as tasteless as wallpaper paste. No charm or charisma whatsoever.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. dizzymissl says:


  17. Ziiggii says:

    not sure which is the most appropriate thread to put this one in…..

    Liked by 1 person

  18. manickernel says:

    Got a couple of shirts today.


  19. dizzymissl says:

    Oh man, I hope this is true:

    Liked by 1 person

  20. rodney says:

    Hewitt has always been a party hack. You can’t trust him at all because he plays favorites. I don’t think Trump will talk to him again.

    Expect such questions in the next debate.

    In regards to Hamas/Hizbollah – the only thing we need to know is that they are Muslim terrorist groups who want Israel wiped off the map. They are bad people who need to be eradicated.

    As for the poll over half the candidates are within the range of statistical noise. It shows how unpopular the bulk of GOP approved candidates really are.

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  21. Prescient11 says:

    Trump did fine. Once he knew it was quds, he identified the guy as traveling to see putin.

    Notice it was Hugh that first mentioned “gotcha questions”

    Why would he do that, hmmmmm?

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Ivehadit says:

    Hugh, Frankly, I am SICK OF KNOWING their names. SICK of hearing their names. I am SICK of having to discuss these people who are not adding a thing to the betterment of the world. I don’t CARE what their names are. Trump will set them straight!


    • keebler AC says:

      UR so right! The politisphere is absorbed with the middle east soaps.

      The lamestream media has nothing better to do than give these terrorists their time of day, discussing late into the night over cucumber oyster rolls and half-moon cut-up halal snack bites the distinctions between one bearded murderer over another, and arguing over yesterday’s details on Hamas- Hezbollah, and carrying on the bad feelings of disagreement over to the next day. Trump tells them I’m not wasting my time over terrorist soap operas and the latest terrorist leader diva because they’re here today, gone tomorrow.

      Terrorists are like trolls, their goal is to provoke and consume your valuable time by causing disension, violence, terror on a people, and the politihacks give these terrorists exactly what they want – your health and time sapped away.


    • gainny says:

      Amen. And they’ve all got two or three names. Can’t keep ’em straight.


  23. lorac says:

    It’s those internals that proactively took Reince Priebus to New York today.

    I think you’re saying that this means that he polls even higher in their internal polling. Yay!

    Liked by 1 person

  24. SharonKinDC says:

    I find it so fascinating that these days, instead of leadership qualities, negotiating ability, management style, visions on the Executive branch, the morons in the media are focused on policy wonk details, or more often, questions which are better for the LEGISLATIVE branch.

    Do they understand the role of the President, or just pretend they don’t?

    So Hugh can try to convince voters Trump is unworthy because he doesn’t know the name of some jihadi/Rev Guard nutter leader, but it won’t work. At this point, the media is reviled and Trump’s pointing things out have a good deal to do w/ the public’s growing disgust w/ that lot.

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  25. jameswlee2014 says:

    The insiders have an insurmountable problem. Here it is, from Investors Business Daily:

    “SHOCK POLL: 59% of Americans Support Trump on Deportation of Illegal Aliens”

    For the majority, the great majority of Republican rank and file voters this isn’t AN issue, it is the ONLY issue. The MSM and professionals from both parties have been saying that nominating Trump would be handing the election to the Democrats. It is the opposite. Trump is offering the American people the real hope of ridding our country of these unwelcome invaders.

    They tried to bury that issue. They failed. We demand it. There is no amount of money that will get Jeb Openbordersamnestycommoncore Bush even one single primary. Jeb Bush will NEVER be the nominee. They can leave by the back door and say hi to Hillary as she makes her exit, too.


  26. Honest Abbey says:

    I sincerely hope that Trump isn’t considering Carly Fiorina as a running mate. I just can’t seem to warm up to her. When I mentioned this to my husband tonight, he said he knows why.
    “It’s because she talks through her nose and that really bothers you”. I scolded my husband for thinking I am so shallow, and he then said that he knows me too well, and its either the way she talks or the way she misses her lips when she puts her lipstick on. I told him he’s too cute and he then said, I’m right though, aren’t I?? He could be and I’m a little embarrassed to admit it. 🙂


  27. TexasRanger says:

    Donald Trump is still Leading Nationally….but the media needs to stop playing games.!

    These Stump For Trump Gals Are Pretty Smart – Listen to Them On Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina and Jeb Bush, and The Present State of Affairs in America.!


    GOP National Polls and the RNC.


  28. Alice Coulson says:

    Keep going and don’t get snagged in the briar patch.


  29. 1american1st says:

    Screw the PACs. We are going to “Make America Great Again”!

    Trump 2016


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