Donald Trump – The First 100 Days…

Donald Trump announced his intentions to run for President on June 16th, 2015; one hundred days ago.

Wow, what a hundred days it has been.

donald trump smirkThink about it.

In the past 100 days we have found out that virtually every espoused position of the “conservative media” was a total ruse. The Salem Media group primarily among them.

Red State (Eric Erickson) now finds himself proclaiming that Jeb Bush is the most conservative governor he’s ever known.  Web sites like Twitchy, Hot Air, Human Events, Michelle Malkin and National Review suddenly singing the praises of a Jeb Bush they formerly said was just another GOP establishment sell out.

Jeb goes from RINO villain to GOP hero faster than you can say Donald Trump.

“Conservative” punditry like George Will, Charles Krauthammer, Stephen Hayes, Charles Lane, Rich Lowry, Jonah Goldberg and many more opining on all media a previously hidden “open borders” position.  All of a sudden they are telling us walls will never work, illegal aliens are the bedrock of the U.S. social fabric and it’s profoundly unfair to even contemplate their deportation. Oh, the humanity.

That’s a serious dose of sunlight upon a previously hidden agenda.

Wow, what a ride.

McConnell and BoehnerOn the legislative side John Boehner and Mitch McConnell have worked earnestly to insure Obamacare is never removed, the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal (Fast Track) is structured to insure passage -and destruction of the middle class- with 51 yea votes; and providing Iran with nuclear weapons is similarly fast-tracked using the same legislative threshold.

Who would have thought?

Oh yeah, but don’t expect them to use “reconciliation” (51 votes) for the Federal budget; nope, NO BUDGET – preferring instead to retain the formerly Democrat process of Continuing Resolutions (CR) to fund the government.

The 2016 fiscal year begins in five days and with full control of the House and Senate the Republicans instead choose to skip a budget and use a CR.   That’s a gobsmacking reversal of positions they formerly railed against as they requested electoral support.

The GOP claimed the 2014 Mid-Terms hung on the tenuous position: ‘if only they were given control of both chambers of Congress they would stop this deficit usurpation’. So we gave it, and what? Oh yeah, they did the exact opposite.

Senators, and Presidential Candidates, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz both voting to allow the destruction of the Middle Class (Trade Deal) and offering up 40% of the global production to Wall Street and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce hell bent on outsourcing.  Voting on other stuff in the Senate, nah…. no biggie.

Wow, who knew?

In the past 100 days the curtain of Fox News has been pulled back to showcase the underlying progressive agenda, and even CNN appears more honest by comparison.

The architects of the Mississippi race-baiting ads (and paying Dems for votes in the primary), scuttled off to join Team Scott Walker and Team Rick Perry in their respective presidential bids –  only to go down in flames after their candidates came out in favor of the above GOPe agenda writ large.  DUH !

And now we watch eight of the remaining candidates working collectively to deliver Jeb Bush:

Carly Fiorina, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Chris Christie, Jim Gilmore, George Pataki, John Kasich and Lindsey Graham…

…all supporting Common Core, Comprehensive Immigration Reform including a pathway to citizenship, expansion of Medicare, the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal and retention of various forms of ObamaCare.  What a jaw-dropping shift in publicly proclaimed views from before June 16th.

Unreal.

Florida, Ohio, Colorado, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington State, and God-only-knows who else, all desperately scrambling to adjust their primary calendars and GOP state party rules to benefit a similar progressive outcome – the coronation of Jeb Bush.

AND… in each and every instance we are seeing the real ideology, intents and motives, that laid hidden just below the surface.

Well, that is, hidden prior to the entry of candidate Donald Trump who has single-handedly pulled back the covers and laid bare their deception. Topped off yesterday with the U.S. Speaker of the House John Boehner bailing out just before the explosion of an awakened electorate upon them.

Stunning, just STUNNING.

My, oh my. If Donald Trump can accomplish all of this in just 100 days of a candidacy – just imagine what this glorious bastard will reveal in 100 days of a presidency?

Trump warrior

100 Days Ago Here’s What We Thought This Ride Would Be Like

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232 Responses to Donald Trump – The First 100 Days…

  1. Christine says:

    Absolutely GREAT article. Hope Mr Trump reads it!

    Liked by 16 people

  2. Doodahdaze says:

    A great sea change in 100 days. While reading this it came to mind that so many people are realizing they were being shanghaied by the GOP and FOX. Hoaxed by unscrupulous characters in many various nefarious ways. The cat is out of the bag. The genie is out of the bottle, and the toothpaste is out of the tube. The ship has sailed. The decepticons are desperately and pathetically trying to stem the tide. Booosh is hiding in the briarpatch. Their problem is that they could not fool all of the people all of the time.

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    • Dora says:

      Absolutely true. Even if Trump doesn’t make it – God Forbid – I will never be able to look at the world the same way again.

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      • As was said so well here, “once you see the strings, you can’t unsee them.”

        I almost can’t bear to watch Fox any more – and I used to be a huge fan of all the viewpoints, from RINO to arch-conservative. Once I realized there is pressure on [many of] the players to carry an agenda, almost all trust was lost.

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        • daughnworks247 says:

          Me too. So disappointed.

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        • IntoTheFray says:

          I have quit watching Faux Nooz totally. I refuse to give them “points” so they can charge advertisers more and make more money. Faux has been dishonest about their intentions and I refuse to sanction such behavior. I don’t agree with ABC, CNN, MSNBC or NBC, but at least they have been honest about their positions. I don’t watch TV news anymore, but if I want to, I will watch one of the openly liberal ones. Yuck.

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        • Before CTH I watched 3 hours a day (dumb). Thanks to Sundance and Donald I’ve kicked that habit. Now use that time to read CTH and comments. if FOX does happen to say anything important, it’ll show up on YouTube.

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        • El Torito says:

          FOX free for almost a year. Hannity on a rare occasion, if Trump is on.

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      • seeingeye2 says:

        I almost worshiped Fox and Megyn Kelly before the first debate. What an eye opener was that first question!!!

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    • Betty says:

      “Booosh is hiding in the briarpatch.” And that is another reason the GOPe is desperately keeping the splitters in the mix. We all know the only choice we have is between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush, others haven’t woken up yet.

      Even Bush knows no one wants him in any political office. Once the splitters are gone and Jeb is forced to engage with Donald Trump directly instead of my proxy while he stands and tries to look like Saint Jeb a lot of others will wake too.

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    • ediegrey says:

      True, but you can never be too paranoid, right? The powers that be never give up – thank goodness for Sundance and all – we need all the help we can get. I thank God for sending us Donald Trump everyday, may we keep up the good fight.

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    • Rurik says:

      Yes a great sea change, not the least in Donald Trump himself. Who was Donald Trump a year ago? A businessman, a real estate developer, an entertainer. Too egotistic, ostentatious, and maybe a bit crass. Maybe less concerned about anything but the deal. Not really a bad man, but one who would be easily forgotten within days of his passing. But who is he now? The way Donald Trump will be remembered has changed. No longer as a businessman or wheeler dealer, he will be remembered for his roll in shaping national events at a critical moment. American politics will never be the same and neither will he. But then what would anyone have said about Paul Revere in 1766? Or Prince Hal before he became King Henry? Have we witched greatness awakening?

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  3. Boudica says:

    I think they do not understand the hell and fury they have unleashed.

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  4. justfactsplz says:

    This has been a jaw dropping, educational ride so far. Trump has made the ride fun for his supporters. We’re smiling more these days. He has given us real hope. Hang on for dear life because the rest of the ride will be very bumpy and isn’t for the faint of heart. It will be worth it when we cruise into D.C. and take back our country.

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  5. SD stated ‘ just imagine what this glorious bastard will reveal in 100 days of a presidency?’ Until I read this article, always in the back of my mind was the question how DT will be able to deliver on all his promises.Now I can understand how he can effect changes without cooperation from congress. Chess anyone ? May God bless and protect DT from all incoming. He is desperately needed. Thanks SD for giving us your insight.

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  6. zephyrbreeze says:

    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Apart from the corruption and political primordial sludge arises a burnished leader with decades in the trenches of New York politics, Hollywood politics, and world economics. I would say to the decepticons:

    “If you have been in a poker game for a while, and you still don’t know who the patsy is, you’re the patsy.”

    This is true in the sense that the too-smart-by-half gang, the Rovian bunch, CoC, honestly thought the Tea Party were really rubes, and dimwits. The establishment toddlers, they put paperbags over their heads and then thought people couldn’t see them. Guys, your cover is blown, the ruse has failed. People see the RNC/GOPe subversive plan. SEALS would know to call off the “op.” You fools will waste billions, and in the end it will be Trump.

    “MY STYLE of deal-making is quite simple and straightforward. I aim very high, and then I just keep pushing and pushing and pushing to get what I’m after.”
    ― Donald J. Trump, Trump: The Art of the Deal

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    • Looking hard says:

      Decepticons! Yes yes. An excellent description of the eGOP and their media partners who have been working so hard to deceive us about their true intentions — manipulating us to gain power and living off our money/hard work.

      People — we need to starve the beast — be extremely careful when donating to any so-called conservative groups or campaigns. Look at what they have actually done instead of what they say or claim.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Too good to not repeat!

      RE: ““If you have been in a poker game for a while, and you still don’t know who the patsy is, you’re the patsy.”

      This is true in the sense that the too-smart-by-half gang, the Rovian bunch, CoC, honestly thought the Tea Party were really rubes, and dimwits. – zephyrbreeze

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  7. zephyrbreeze says:

    “MY STYLE of deal-making is quite simple and straightforward. I aim very high, and then I just keep pushing and pushing and pushing to get what I’m after.”
    ― Donald J. Trump, Trump: The Art of the Deal

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  8. Reblogged this on Texas Tea Party Patriots and commented:

    Absolutely GREAT article. Hope Mr Trump reads it! Go with God, Donald Trump!!

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  9. sundance says:

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  10. Piper says:

    You guys are a lot smarter than me, please read this and tell me, true or false? I’m I just chasing rabbit holes?
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-24/forget-new-world-order-heres-who-really-runs-world

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      There is something behind the scenes… too many things happen around the same time, on different parts of the globe to be coincidence. Like the 2014 ‘youth’ migration into the US and 2015 ‘refugee’ crisis in Europe.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        I’d also say that due to the 1974 Budget Act which uses the previous budget as a baseline then adds to it for inflation, we’ve been working off the last real budget, which was signed by Bush, which was appx 1T larger than normal, due to the financial collapse. WHERE is all that money going? I am not convinced there is any real accounting of everything, even if it’s all sorted as line items somewhere. Who knows if those line items actually exist?

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        • andymilken says:

          I’ve read it from somewhere, most government entities, especially the state and local ones, do not use GAPP in their “bookkeeping”. I do know that most state and local pension funds overseers don’t use it to make their funds look more “solvent’ than they actually are. They all padded w/ ridiculous assumptions regarding to its return rate. You are correct that they don’t use zero-based budgeting anymore, so whatever the “left over” they have to spend it or send it back. That is why you see all these federal agencies “indulged” themselves w/ frivolous “work activities” like nice conventions in Vegas and others. That is where “our taxes go”.

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    • ediegrey says:

      Interesting – who knows, but something sinister is definitely afoot.

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  11. Piper says:

    Sorry, meant -Am I? I should go to bed!

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    • ediegrey says:

      I just read this as one comment on Mike Lofgren’s book “The Party Is Over” – “Didn’t like the book at all. In the introduction, Lofgren described himself as a Republican, a budget analyst who’d served almost three decades as a House staffer working for such luminaries as John Kasich, (R-Ohio), when he Chaired the House Budget Committee. Then for the first 10 chapters of the book he dumped all over the GOP while treating the democrat with benign neglect. Clearly, Lofgren is more of a Progressive than he is republican. In fact, he’s a drop-dead Progressive. He’s for big government, wealth redistribution, a much smaller military, etc. – the whole bailiwick of issues that one normally associates with progressivism, who got their name simply because they wanted to “progress” beyond the U.S. Constitution. Lofgren couldn’t help himself from taking a few shots at the Founders along the way just for good measure.

      I first learned of the book several months ago on C-SPAN 2’s Book TV where Lofgren was interviewed. He was an articulate, bright guy who obviously wanted to sell books and seemed generally unbiased politically. The book was exceptionally well written. If you’re a person who loves reading the New York Times editorial section and religiously watches MSNBC TV, you’ll probably drool over this book. I’m not, and I didn’t.”

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  12. I just love this picture….

    In the photo above, Trump is all by himself – leaving a powerful enemy in flames. How symbolic that he’s alone – as the entire GOP, Democrat Party, and media turn on him. But now I’m seeing a different picture, where he’s not alone. There is an army in the smoke behind him.

    Start from the top. The disabled vet, holding his fake VA waiting number, which he now realizes is a waiting number to get on the real waiting list. Behind him – tens of thousands more just like him – and thousands still more who died waiting – ghosts whose voices are now being heard, through us.

    A naval officer – relieved of duty because he refused to stand down when ordered. And 4 ghosts behind him, along with hundreds of pilots and seamen who were denied the chance to do their jobs. And behind them – thousands of patriotic men and women who have left a military which no longer is allowed to do its job. Behind them – millions who are waiting for a REAL president, before they’ll even think about joining.

    To their side – thousands of scientists, engineers and programmers – laid off of their jobs – but only after they were forced to train their replacements – overseas and as H1B imports.

    Next to them – millions of immigrants – most of them Hispanic – who played by the rules to come to America, only to watch their hard-won citizenship devalued to nothing, by traitors who equate their proud LEGAL status with people who not only refuse to play by the rules, but who have the chutzpah to cry racism while begging for racial favoritism.

    Millions who lost their pensions. Their retirements. Their health care. Their full-time jobs. True – they did get that job selling fast food – until they lost even that to illegal aliens.

    In the mist – millions of dead Jews – the ghosts of the Holocaust – who watch the very lives of their own children and grandchildren bargained away, so that greedy Uniparty members and their crony-cap backers can cash in on the big payday, which they give to men who swear to wipe Jews from the face of the earth.

    Should I go on? Why not? How about millions of black Americans, who can’t find jobs, while immigrants both legal and illegal pour into their neighborhoods, taking whatever jobs there are?

    But it gets better! How about the crying families of THOUSANDS of Americans murdered, raped, beaten, robbed, and run down by illegal aliens who should have never even been here in the first place?

    And next to them, cops shot in cold blood, for lies that the men and women of Congress don’t even dare to speak of, and which the Presidents sycophants in the media won’t even report.

    And we might as well let all the dead Christians and Yazidis in the Middle East join the army, too, because if both the Democrats and Republicans would have done their job and impeached Obama, they would still be alive.

    And to finish it off, floating overhead, an air force of angels from horizon to horizon. What are they – this massive legion? Why, they are boys and girls who were never born – “Dead Emily’s List”, you might say – led by a young girl who would have been named Emily. Every one slaughtered for their body parts by Planned Parenthood.

    Go ahead. Laugh at Trump. Make hideous cartoons about killing him. But bear this in mind. He is just the guy on point. There are millions more behind him, who are ready to pick up his gun if he should fall. And Trump is not nearly as pissed as the rest. Not even close.

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      Uncle Don wants YOU!

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    • mscynlynn says:

      Wow! Well said. It gave me chills and states exactly what is going on.

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      • Thanks!

        Something was welling up inside me after I watched some the minor-league enemedia gleefully reporting about South Park’s little Trump-bashing episode. Their faux-concern, not even close to concealing their enormous satisfaction with it, and their enthusiasm for reporting it, was something of a last straw.

        I care nothing about changing the minds of such people. I only wish to give courage to all those who suffer their madness in silence. They – we – are not alone. And our voices will be heard, no matter how they try to silence us.

        I look forward to October 1st. One battle closer to Washington, D.C.

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        • wanthetruth says:

          That is an epic and moving piece you wrote above, Tyranocankles – truly awe inspiring! How true that all those mentioned stand behind and for Donald J Trump! Much of that is what moved him to run, I’m sure. He’s shown his love for the forgotten vets in many ways people are not aware of as well as speaking of them often.

          What you’ve written is the reason God is on our side and why He has given us and will be moving for DJT in our land. We need to pray for His mercy for us and to be worthy of His help. We also need to pray for His hand and strength to be with DJT and to keep him safe.

          No matter what you feel personally about Donald Trump or his faith, God chooses who He wants to serve Him.

          It’s up to us to honor the help He offers or to judge Him as having fallen short as we find His chosen servant lacking in some way, needing him to be everything we wish he could be and not as sufficient to our needs as he is.

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          • ExiCal says:

            I’ve been saying to others for some time now that Trump just might be selected by God as His instrument. After all he is know for picking unlikely types to carry out His works

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          • Thanks for this great point. God’s hand in this universe can come in most unexpected ways. That’s why I try not to fall victim to assumptions that my own understanding is complete. I rail against the lies of the left as God moves me, at the same time I pray for my odd spiritual ally “Red Francis” to use the greater power of Christ’s mercy to bring the secular left back to belief. To say it’s complicated is beyond understatement, if not understanding.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          Read a piece at American Spectator about that whole revolting S. Park episode, and Lowry’s also. I DO think it’s projection on the part of Lowry. What the SP guys appear to have been doing is picking up on it. Because the Canadian, wall building Trump, got it done (probably on time and under budget) so again, the impotent rage by the Garrison character. Quite interesting. I note, no one his howling about sexism, etc. Not that it matters, but seriously, could the double standards employed by MeeeeAgain and her little sidekick Carly, be any more pathetic? ‘He said, ‘look at that face’! Meanwhile crickets about castration, an!l rape- until death…

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    • catmom says:

      Well said tyranno!

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    • lilbirdee'12 says:

      Tyranno, you wrapped that picture up nicely and put a bow on it ! Well done !

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    • toontowncyp@aol.com says:

      Beautiful. . Makes me want to cry with emotions…because it’s true!

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    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      Well said. Just Great! Thank you! Well said!!!

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  13. ZurichMike says:

    What The Donald hath wrought:

    That loud “zipping” noise you hear is the sound of the GOPe schemes unraveling.
    That loud screaming you hear is from the media whores and beltway bullies who see their vaunted positions as self-selected arbiters of acceptable political discourse crumbling around them.
    That girlie-man shrieking in the background are the Republican Party and RINO “men” upset that they soiled their lace-edged big-boy pull-ups when confronted with truth.

    Shields up, Mr. Sulu.

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  14. R-C says:

    Strap yourselves in; it’s going to be a WILD ride!

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  15. Southern Son says:

    Let’s don’t get giddy. As SD tells us, there are trillions w/big T at stake. They are used to getting their way, and still have violent movement on their side (blm), though we beleive that squirrel is road kill. I’m still prayin and talkin to people to keep building what DT started. Situational awareness and vigilance are needed tools in this dangerous time. May God Bless America.

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    • Sharon says:

      Even crews fighting nightmare forest fires take a break from the front lines occasionally and may spend a few minutes recalling how they stopped the fire at the crest of one hill that everyone thought would be topped….before they go back for another 16 hour stand.

      Taking a moment to breathe and grin need not be avoided for fear of getting giddy. 😉

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  16. TexasRanger says:

    The TRUMP Fight Song [unofficial] – TRUMP 2016

    Video

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  17. Arkindole says:

    Historians will call this the “Period of Cleansing”.

    Would work great in a dystopian novelette. Could be a cross between Mad Max and Lord Jim.

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  18. jakeandcrew says:

    Another interesting article (found on “Trump vs GOP establishment” Facebook page) –

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/09/25/professors-confess-trump-likely-jeb-win-2016/

    In their article, the two academics first did some tricks with numbers, multiplied some percentages, added a few assumptions — and then subtracted their interesting conclusion from the lede.

    Weird — why would they subtract their conclusion?

    Because they concluded that Donald Trump “has a 54 percent chance of being elected president if he is the GOP nominee… [and] he is as electable as [Jeb] Bush and [John] Kasich and more electable than [Carly] Fiorina and [Marco] Rubio.”

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      IMO, I think the good professors formula is flawed. Trump already has far more crossover appeal than either Kasich or Bush. Heck, they had Christie at over 50% electable… in CC’s case, the problem is he can’t win the primary, nor can Kasich and Jeb only can with oodles of assistance and funny business.

      That said, the fact they’re acknowledging Trump is electable at all is remarkable.

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      • It’s an academic bet. If they make a gentle claim early, and it comes true in a big way, they reap a lot of reward for their foresight. If they’re wrong, it gets lost because of the small margin.

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      • stringy theory says:

        Sharon, I think you’re absolutely right about Trump’s crossover appeal. In my view, it’s nothing more than GOPe talking points that keep touting crossover appeal for Bush and Kasich. Why would any dem or true independent vote for either of these two jerks? I say there is no reason for that. But Trump brings something entirely new that offers something to all those (both parties and indys) that are sick of both party establishments and are waking up to the fact that both lie to them to get their votes, then stab them in the backs.

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  19. Pops says:

    I am glad I found your blog. Keep up the great work. This was a great article. I will never watch FOX again.

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  20. trapper says:

    Masks coming down, covers being blown, all over the place.

    You’ve spent your life watching the game. You learned early on that it was chess not checkers, and at one time tried to follow the three dimensional game, with multiple stacked boards and pieces moving between them. During flashes of insight you even caught glimpses of the four dimensional game, the Long Game, stacked boards with pieces disappearing and reappearing on different boards at different moments in time. But the Long Game is difficult to keep in focus and, honestly, can be more than a little scary, so at some point you stopped trying to see it. You also put aside the three dimensional game and focused your attention on a single board. But then a funny thing happened. You noticed the pieces often didn’t move the way they should.

    The white pieces sometimes didn’t move the way the player played them, and neither did the black. They seemed to move on their own. That is when you realized that there is a third player at the board, unseen, moving both black and white pieces. And with that you noticed that the white queen isn’t white at all. She’s purple. So is the black king, and three of the bishops, and two of the rooks. All purple, and all being moved about by the hand of the unseen player.

    But even that didn’t fully account for it, because that purple rook shouldn’t be able to jump, and that bishop isn’t supposed to move sideways. And that is when, in a moment of clarity, you saw. All of the purple pieces are just pawns, and the unseen player who moves them follows no rules. He is playing the Long Game, and he is playing it against you. No one is just a spectator.

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    • Director says:

      It’s not that complicated.

      Please don’t obfuscate the very simple.

      America was until the 1960s a largely white nation. Populated by folks from North Western Europe. Britain, Holland, Scandies, Germans and some French. This group was pretty tightly clustered in Europe and pretty tightly clustered in North America as a coherent people.

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    • wanthetruth says:

      Quite an accurate analogy. It’s much more comfortable to believe there is nothing to see there so life can go on as is, with only the expected back and forth of the election of government officials – sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. It’s terrifying to admit everything is heading one way with the cooperation of both partys and we the (decent) people never win. I interact with some who don’t want to see what is happening. They fight against becoming informed so I’m left wondering if they are naive or just prefer to be an ostrich.

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  21. In the book “Generations”, Howe and Strauss predicted the crisis around 2020-2025 in which the next generations would have to fix the outer world. It is going to take the millenials lead by colorful Generals to fix it. Trump is certainly colorful. Is this the beginning of the crisis that we going to see?

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  22. TwoLaine says:

    “Wow, what a ride.”

    What I saw, “Wow, what a hide.”

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  23. Makes you refocus, don’t it? Sundance is the epitome of a journalist.

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  24. Ace says:

    This litany of events seems to prove someone is behind Trump, who couldn’t possibly be effecting this by himself. Who?

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  25. stringy theory says:

    Fantastic post Sundance. I know that you have opened my eyes to so many things I only suspected before. But you back things up with facts and excellent analysis. I do have to confess it all depresses me a bit to know how many cards have been stacked against the great American people by the establishments of both parties and their media shills. But truth will also bring power and we shall overcome . . . hey, where have I heard that song before? Keep up the excellent, excellent, work. Onward and upward. Go Trump.

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  26. Cry and Howl says:

    Reblogged this on Cry and Howl and commented:

    I’m not one for ‘reblogging’ very much, but this is way too good to let go without sharing it with my three or four readers! Two thumbs up on this one ‘sundance!’

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  27. Doodahdaze says:

    Well Hot Damn! This is Yuuuge. I like it, I love it, I want some more of it.

    Trump threatens to ‘break’ trade pact with Mexico, Canada

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/255053-trump-vows-to-renegotiate-or-break-trade-pact-with-mexico-canada

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      HE COULD DO IT LEGALLY & CONSTITUTIONALLY

      The Trade Act of 1974

      The act delegated significant power to the president to invoke measures to protect American industries from increased imports from other nations, whether or not injury was being caused by unfair trade practices.

      The act’s primary importance lies in Title II, Section 201, which gives the PRESIDENT the authority to take actions to protect U.S. businesses from injury caused by increased quantities of imports, even though the increase in imports violates no ban on unfair trade practices.

      THE PRESIDENT CAN JUST DO IT

      CONSTITUTIONAL BASIS FOR THE ACT

      Article II of the U.S. Constitution has been interpreted to vest authority to conduct foreign policy in the president, but Article 8, Section 1 gives Congress the power to lay and collect duties and the power to regulate foreign commerce. Therefore the power to regulate trade with other nations must be delegated by Congress to the president.

      Section 301 expanded presidential authority to retaliate against trade practices by other nations that unfairly burden or restrict U.S. commerce, whether through high tariffs or through nontariff trade barriers. The president may suspend trade concessions, impose new higher tariff rates on a selective basis

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Which begs the question WHY no one has. The only reasonable answer is the Bush/Clinton/Obama cabal WANTED it this way. ‘Here sheep… step up into the special UN Goals 2030 pen…’

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      • Jill says:

        Please read this article by the Federalist Society regarding NAFTA, Sovereignty and Tradeoffs and you will understand just how much sovereignty the United States has relinquished.

        “The promotion of free trade and foreign investment under NAFTA has diminished the autonomy of state and local governments in addition to limiting some measure of national sovereignty. In the United States, NAFTA was negotiated as an executive agreement and then ratified and implemented into law by both houses of Congress.110 Thus NAFTA carries the same force of authority in domestic U.S. law as a treaty. Article 105 of NAFTA explicitly requires the United States, Canada and Mexico to ensure that “state and provincial governments” observe the provisions of NAFTA.111
        Many of the cases that have gone to international arbitration since NAFTA was implemented have involved the activities of state and local governments. Critics complain that NAFTA has weakened a state’s ability to govern within its borders. In various cases, private investors have sought recourse for damages due to policy decisions and regulations implemented by state and municipal governments. Investors have also attempted to circumvent long-standing state laws, and to appeal the decisions of state courts to NAFTA tribunals.”
        https://www.fed-soc.org/publications/detail/nafta-sovereignty-and-tradeoffs

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      What? What is that Giant Gurgling Sound coming out of Roves office.

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      • Dora says:

        In the interview Trump says – “Every agreement has to be fair. Every agreement has a defraud claim. We’re being defrauded by all these countries.”

        Isn’t it wonderful to have someone who cares about America again? It’s almost too good to be true.

        I think we should pray for The Donald. He’s surely upsetting a lot of people.

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        • Doodahdaze says:

          Getting things undone is priority one. He could spend four years getting this mess undone. 24/7.

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          • SharonKinDC says:

            He seems to move a WHOLE lot faster than most though! I also think that there is so much he CAN do w/o Congress, that the Oval Office turnstile types never bothered with, or to any great degree, there can be plenty of green shoots in short time, which will then aid Trump’s case, when he goes to Congress for something: see I get results. They’ll all win if good things are done in Congress…even if their donation coffer isn’t as large.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      That would be fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  28. I’ve hated the establishment my entire life and have been praying for years for someone to shake up Washington. I supported Buchanan in 92 and 96, Tancredo in 08, and Ron Paul in 12 until I saw that he was in the tank for Romney, then I just sat it out. Trump just might be the one who can clean the Aegean stables of Washington. As for all of the establishment shills being exposed, the true believers will find websites like this one eventually. I was banned from RIght Scoop for being pro-Trump and pointing out, consistently, that Ted Cruz was pro Obamatrade and proposed increasing H1B visas fivefold. One the mods was literally stalking my every post and continually threatening to ban me then finally did. Thankfully, some of the Scoopers were dropping links to this site. The analysis here is 2nd to none. This is, as for many others, my last refuge.

    Yes, it is getting ugly. That’s good. Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

    Please make your complaints about moderators on other sites to the managers of those sites – Admin

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    • WeeWeed says:

      Hey. We’ve ALL been kicked outta most other places. 😉

      Liked by 5 people

    • catmom says:

      Disappointing to hear about RS, but not surprising. I rarely go there anymore because of the anti-Trump vibe.

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    • stringy theory says:

      Many of the mods on supposedly conservative sites are now outing themselves as nothing more than GOPe shills. Unred State’s mods are vicious and even a single word in favor of Trump will get you instantly banned. They do have a token blogger who pretends to provide balance by posting a few Trump pieces but always introduced them by saying he’s not for Trump. Of course Unred State is just another component of the establishment boot-licking Salem Communications. It’s amazing what we are now finding out about all of the pretend conservatives. It’s been a real lesson for me courtesy of Sundance and this site.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Also begs the question about some of those sites (not bought up by Salem) but still donation dependent, and whether/if they’ve got some discreet financial backing by a donor w/ an agenda…

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      • R-C says:

        It’s amazing how these GOPe politicians and their supporters have absolutely ZERO qualms when it comes to squelching the free speech of others.

        The inescapable conclusion is that the GOPe types share a decidedly totalitarian bent with their soul-mates in the democrat party.

        “Toe the line, or else!” “My Way, or the Highway!” (Witness George Will’s tone when he stated that there will be a cleansing of the party, or words to that effect.)

        Deep down inside, these guys are totalitarians.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        Yes, Heather and Stringy, I’ve noticed some mods acting un-ethically and exhibiting stalking behavior. Hey isn’t stalking online illegal?????

        Please make your complaints about moderators on other sites to the managers of those sites – Admin

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      • WeeWeed says:

        We are not shills. Nor are we paid – by anybody. We are “strung” out all over this great nation and appreciate anybody’s insight. But….. bash other mods on other sites on y’all’s own time. Keep it civil and no personal attacks – to anyone – and you’ll be fine.
        Y’all wanna ‘n apple pie with that? 🙂

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    • Admin, I’d never mentioned the treatment by RightScoop here before. I’ve posted here several times over the last few weeks without grinding that axe. However, since this post by Sundance was, in part, a discussion of anti-Trump websites, it seemed topical. He named several websites.

      Given that almost every mod at RightScoop is extremely anti-Trump, complaining to the website would have been futile. I moved on. Also, I did not name the mod who stalked my posts and eventually banned me, just in case you think I came here to attack him. I simply described the behavior and did not personalize it. I was pointing out that the anti-Trump attacks are even beyond Sundance’s list, including on some fairly conservative sites.

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    • dizzymissl says:

      LOL, same thing happened to me

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    • flawesttexas says:

      This happened to me on another “conservative” site…

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  29. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Thump has got it right, so far, and I am with him 100%.

    However I do wish he would speak out on sustainability e.g. UN Agenda 21 witch is in play in America right now under many different program names to hide their common thread. I have been to the local planning sessions in Cleveland, Ohio and these programs “will” eliminate private property rights for the common man. this is not speculation it is fact and must be stopped. These programs were passed by congress in the 1990’s are now well over 60% implemented so there is not much time left to stop them. For those interested I just posted some information on UN Agenda 21 on my blog and I have one tab set up just for this subject.

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    • annieoakley says:

      You are spot on with Agenda 21 and the Pope believes in Agenda 21 too.

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    • Voltaire's Crack says:

      They don’t make Agenda 21 pins, do they?

      Check out Jeb’s lapel.

      http://therightscoop.com/jeb-shoves-his-foot-in-his-mouth-again-this-time-its-about-the-pope/

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      He’s already poopooed the Pope’s glowbull warming crap, which is part of the basis of Agenda 21, which has now been put on afterburners w/ that bogus UN Global (slavery) 2030 plan, which is why they’re all gathered in NY. Although he did say he was a nice man lolo and he respected his office or the man, not sure which.

      Haven’t heard any take on the glowbull warming thing like Trump. Give him time. Many are having a hard time digesting what he’s already put forward, and the reality is, he’s not trying to win the pundits, most of whom are too stupidly arrogant themselves to figure something is up with the transnationalists at Turtle Bay.

      Trump has to 1. Win the nomination. 2. Win the Presidency.

      I figure he’s got a pretty good idea what to add on and when. After all, he just added the Mexico/Canada trade specifics (jobs!). Now you want him to change gears in a few hours to the UN? I prefer a nice lead up w/ jobs! to his tax plan. Which plays into jobs!

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  30. Stephen Mac says:

    It is amazing what happens when the truth is exposed. Darkness hates the light because it exposes their evil deeds. And we are living in a period of “darkness” here in the USA. The enemy is within, and its goal is communism and one world govenment. Most of the political class have sold their souls. So far one ray of sunlight and look what it reveals. Full son would be both cleansing and revitalizing.

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  31. PerryC says:

    For those of you who have fled National Review Online, I urge you to drop in occasionally to read Andrew McCarthy’s columns. While the rest of NRO is caught up in the Trump food fight, McCarthy is an oasis of thoughtful commentary, and is “must-read” for any conservative. Who knows, he may be in the tank for Jeb! too, but, if so, he keeps it to himself, and sticks to discussing the important issues. His series of articles on the Iran deal were brilliant, and today he completely eviscerates Krauthammer’s criticisms of Carson’s recent Muslim assertions.

    I don’t agree with him on everything, but that’s OK. I know when I read his work that I’m reading something that is reasoned and crafted with care.

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  32. rd says:

    As I read the story, the video advertiement below it is an AT&T Cell Phone Ad in Spanish.

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  33. Oggi says:

    You are wrong about Michelle Malkin’s blog. I read it every day (mostly written by Doug Ross), and have yet to see an article promoting Jeb.

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  34. Piper says:

    After such a beatdown we’ve taken these last years of obamanation I thought this song was appropriate,

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  35. Piper says:

    Here’s another one for hopefulness:

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  36. Mr. Pinko says:

    Best article this Primary season. I hope it gets spread to all voters.

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  37. Prime Directive says:

    Thank you for this post.

    You are so correct about the corruption and filth that is at the core of Salem, Fox, and so much of the so-called conservative activist groups.

    I used to work at two major DC conservative groups and I can tell you that they regard their grassroots donors as nothing more than marks. I have seen the CEOs approve totally wasteful amounts of spending and just shrug it off saying that they can always get more.

    The self-proclaimed conservative groups steal from grandma to line their pockets. They’ve bilked people out of millions and they have nothing to show for it.

    God bless Donald Trump!

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      I would LOVE to see the whole ‘tax exempt’ issue revisited, to be honest. But not until Trump is sworn in, lol. I’d also look at removing it from all places of worship, or severely restricting what is often really an investment plan, not worship. Yes, I know that will be tough for some, but now, we’ve got all sorts of interesting types buying up quality real estate during downturns, saying it’s for an NGO or place of worship… and cities are losing out big time, which means everyone else pays more.

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  38. dsp says:

    Stellar post.

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  39. ThankYou,Treepers says:

    The 9/11 jihad attack and the emergence of Obama were the two events which revealed the GOP and Fox News to be cowardly soft and consequently dishonest due to their composition as populated by the children of white flight who are incapable of standing to confront evil when it is perceived as encased in the brown skin of African descent, an immunity Cassius Clay and Lewis Alcindor, Jr, in their youthful naivety as vast as their overwhelming visibility were duped into expanding to Saharan decent.

    This cowardly dishonesty has been starkly apparent to anybody not compromised by the brainwashing mortal fear fueling white flight . The GOP/Fox culture’s uniform use of the words “islamist”, “extremist” “radical”, etc, instead of calling the evil by its simple real name -“islam”- has been as sadly laughable as hearing them strain themselves to enunciation of the tongue twister “African American” dictated to them by those the fear of whom controls them. Seeing all of them defer to the white wench’s son from Hawaii just because she had a black sperm donor has been almost as disgusting as their islamophilia. Ironically, by coddling him they’ve empowered both the islam cultists and the black racists.

    George W. Bush goes down in history as making the single most destructive statement ever by a US President for saying in the days after 9/11 “islam means peace”. Bosch Fawstin alone is the commentator who has articulated the degree by which Bush simultaneously emboldened the aggressor cultists and softened the resolve of the target nation by his words in “leadership”. Bush stands as islam’s Most Useful Idiot of the 21st Century of even greater stature than Clay and Alcindor served as islam’s Most Useful Idiots of the 20th Century.

    Just as Fawstin stands alone in his ungloved articulation of the murderous reality that is islam, Steve King of iowa stands alone as the longstanding elected GOP official who has addressed the national audience truthfully without compromise for many years.

    All of that brings us to Donald Trump, born less than a year before and within a few miles of Alcindor’s birth in NYC. When Alcindor during this 100 Days was given a national platform to rip Trump, Trump ripped back viscously and personally showing himself not to be encumbered from fighting back as are the children of white flight. But Trump can not similarly respond to Fawstin’s retaliatory cutting ridicule because Trump wrongfully started it as between them with his misplaced criticism of The Greatest Female Patriot in American History, Pamela Geller, and Fawstin for their courageous Garland event.

    So at this moment Trump is with the Uniparty on islam, the greatest threat to our safety and culture, not to mention our salvation because islam’s ultimate goal is our renunciation of the Divinity of the Chirst Jesus.

    Sundance is a Godsend for the enlightenment he brings us, today’s yet again surpassing his previously unparalleled exposes. And he’s right, Trump is the best thing to hit American politics since Abe Lincoln.

    But unless Trump abandon’s his own naivety to adopt Fawstin’s standard to righteously eliminate islam from the American experience, he demonstrably lacks the insight to do what’s most necessary now.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      No he isn’t TYTreepers. He simply didn’t think poking a stick in the eye was the best way to go about things. People CAN have a difference of opinion on tactics, can they not?

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      • ThankYou,Treepers says:

        You’ve accurately described Trump’s position thereby revealing his grave mistake.

        When the exercise of free speech rights is characterized as being as unacceptably hideous as “poking a stick in the eye” it becomes obvious islam is prevailing over the US Constitution and Trump is aiding and abetting that islamic supremacy.

        Trump criticized Geller, Fawstin, et al’s exercise of their free speech rights because the content of their expressions was offensive to islam.

        By allowing the cult of islam to define what constitutes an offensively impermissible “poking a stick in the eye”, islam and not the Constitution becomes the standard of our society.

        Reading the free speech expressions of Geller, Fawstin and Robert Spencer leaves no doubt that theirs is the correct position and Trump’s flawed position must evolve or he will remain an aider and abetter of islam’s intended dominance instead of becoming part of the solution to the challenge of combatting islam’s design to convert, kill or enslave all of us.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          With all due respect, Treepers: BUNK! A wise person selects the best time, place, and nature of battle. What you’ve just revealed is your lack of support for Trump’s free speech rights, and worse, attribute rather vile conclusions regarding his remark.

          Geller’s choice of this flamboyant event, gives legitimacy to Islamist claims of ‘hatred’ of the ROP to lo-fo’s, in particular. This is precisely the tactic the Islamist supporters used in the UK- which further shut down honest discussion of the issues. In the UK, normal people who do NOT like what is happening in their nation are easily cowed into remaining silent and it happens here. It is STUPID, imo, of Geller to facilitate Islamist victimhood claims. However, it does server to elevate Geller. Theatrical Draw MoMo events act as Islamist propaganda facilitators, which makes them STUPID.

          Yet, reading your lengthy post appears to contend if his opinion differs as to the wisdom of the event, it means he’s backing Sharia & subversion of US Sovereignty. I heartily disagree. Guess that means I support Sharia, etc, too?

          Meanwhile, Trump and now Carson, have exposed to 100’s of millions of Americans the grotesque state of PC on the part of the Media & most elected officials and are educating everyone on the very real issues w/ an ideology posing as a ‘religion’… of peace, no less.

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  40. dsp says:

    The cuckservatives have exposed themselves for good and all time. Anyone who supports them now is a fool.

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  41. JRD says:

    From Piers Morgan of all people:

    PIERS MORGAN:

    Yes, Donald Trump can be vicious, arrogant, obnoxious and even a little bit evil – which is exactly why a lot of people think he will make a bloody good President.

    Over the grueling month I spent filming that show, ( Celebrity Apprentice) I got to spend a lot of time at close quarters with the current GOP front-runner to be presidential nominee and it was a fascinating experience.

    Not least because I never once heard him be racist, sexist or homophobic despite boardroom sessions lasting up to four hours at a time with people of all colors, creeds, sexes and sexuality.

    He is not the dumb, ranting bigot many would like to portray him as.

    He’s a smart, cunning, alert showman who knows what it takes to win.

    As I wrote when he entered the race six weeks ago, never underestimate Mr Trump. He’s not worth $10 billion by accident.

    JRD — I put that in block quote format due to the content and the source. That’s a powerful word picture. -Admin

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    • lilbirdee'12 says:

      MY MY ! This should be framed. Imo, it may be the only time I’ve heard him say something that was brilliant. Thanks, JRD.

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      • Director says:

        Morgan’s main cultural stumbling block in America was guns.

        To be fair to the British chap he comes from a culture that is/was historically gun free. There are reasons for this: Britain didn’t have any external/border enemy since English Union with Scotland. This we have a low crime low minority (black) culture as an example. No predatory animals as well…lol.

        There’s no history of widespread possession of firearms outside men who joined up.

        There’s no way that Morgan could process the historical relationship Americans have with firearms during expansion and settlement. He has no deeper idea about black criminality either. By and large whites have firearms like Glocks because of the hyper violence of the black minority. A single man going about his day can’t outfight a pack of predatory humans.

        This hasn’t been an issue in the UK until recently. With the increase of Africans and Pakistanis I expect British whites will begin to realize that they should and ought to bear arms to protect hearth and home.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          The Brits didn’t like their ‘lower classes’ having them. Read up about it. In the late 1800’s the main cause of violent criminal death was via knife…but guns were painted as a problem, and over the years the squeeze was on. Lads returning from Wars had to turn in their guns on the ships before they arrived. Then, for the hold outs, they required all sorts of hideously expensive insurance. Mountbattens prized pistols were sold at auction as they became too expensive to insure (which I am sure was other sort of insurance too as a collectible)

          In Australia, it was a mass school shooting, iirc, that got the people to cave and turn in most of their guns. Thank goodness we’re more stubborn.

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          • Director says:

            I don’t need to 😉 read up on the cultural attitudes.

            All Piers would need is an unsupervised Ghetto tour and he’d change his tune.

            The constitution of 1688-9 outlines the right to bears arms for every Englishman.

            That right so to speak didn’t catch on culturally. Outside of the occupations of Farming, Soldiering etc there’s no demand for firearms on the scale that you see in the US. A few incidents like “Hungerford” and “Dunblane” gave the powers-that-be the excuse to ban Automatic rifles and automatic pistols respectively. This stampede occurred before the traitors injected the UK with untrammeled migrations from Africa and Asia. In the 80s you could one an FNFAL or an Armalite. After Hungerford that type of Automatic/SLR was banned. Sadly.

            With the injection of the migrants, my suspicion is that the right to bear arms among the white population will be “reborn”.

            Class issues will be Trumped by race.

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  42. I don’t see Rand Paul’s name included in the list of those who are leading us by the hand to Team Bush. Did you forget about him already….or are you trying to tell us something?

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  43. oldgrunt68 says:

    My prayers for Conner. My son was born with severe heart condition and died at 16. He had trunkus. An aorta problem. Everyday was a broken heart. So, I pray severely for Conner’s recovery. At 66 I am amazed at all I missed about these deceptions……I sort of knew it in the Nam, but denied it. Surely my country is not like this…..and now…..we must vote for Trump to stop the annihilation of America.

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  44. Garrison Hall says:

    ” . . .He’s a smart, cunning, alert showman who knows what it takes to win. . .”

    There may yet be hope for Morgan . . . Trump may be the most formidable presidential candidate in recent history. He’s certainly shown an ability to completely overshadow some pretty seasoned politicians and their handlers. Perhaps more important he also demonstrated an ability to play the various news organizations like a fiddle. He’s definitely cunning. While the pundits are all claiming he’s a loser, he simply goes around drawing ever bigger, ever more enthusiastic crowds (Oklahoma for instance). But watch what happens next. He hasn’t launched his media campaign. That’s coming.

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  45. Observing says:

    On July 4, 2009, a Tea Party Rally was held on Boston Commons — The birthplace of the American Revolution on Independence Day.
    .

    About 200 people attended, and Sarah Palin spoke. Not a single Boston news media reported on the event. Total silence. It was as though it never happened!

    We were at this rally. The complete news blackout opened my eyes to the bias of the news media.

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  46. “He’s a smart, cunning, alert showman who knows what it takes to win.”

    VERY canny, pithy analysis of Donald Trump. Brings out a point that is often overlooked, as it was for RonReagan–Trump has A LOT of experience in front of the camera, producing popular content for the masses…They used to say about Reagan,”Oh, he’s just an actor…” Remember that?

    For 7 years the GOP pretended to be struggling furiously to find a candidate who cd reach the “low-information voter…” Now Trump comes along & does it in spades…So they hate him!

    Funny, just a few weeks ago Erick Erickson even pointed out in RedState what a fine person Trump was in private gatherings, esp. w/the non-big-shots…Hope he looks into his heart and reviews his current position.

    Hard to tell if OpHummingbird is a pure conscious conspiracy or if BushRove is just playing off pols’ natural vanity & egotism, but in the end it’s irrelevant. WTF is wrong w/some1 like Jindal, helping Jeb! to slither in…? Wise up, dude!

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  47. jackntx says:

    Values Voter Summit Straw Poll below. Oh, well. Can’t win them all. Man, are those guys cucked, though.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CP2fGg0WcAAZuZw.jpg:large

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