Pro-Amnesty Club for Growth PAC Spends Millions To Attack Candidate Donald Trump Using Pro-Rubio Media Firms…

a17b2-hip-replacement-recall-briberySimilar to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce – “Club for Growth” is a Political Action Committee who support: Amnesty, H1B visa growth programs, ObamaCare and the anti-American Trans-Pacific Trade Deal.

CfG also has deep connections to Goldman Sachs and former banking executives.

Club For Growth only supports candidates who support their “open borders”/ “globalist” objectives: ♦ Amnesty ♦ Comprehensive Immigration Reform ♦ Trans-Pacific Trade Deal

Their current favored candidates are Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.  From September 1st through September 30th Club For Growth spent $3.3 Million on attack ads against Donald Trump.   FEC Filing:

But there’s a sneaky detail the media ignore.  The anti-Trump expenditures didn’t just go to random media productions, they went to specific companies with vested interests in alternate candidates…. Oh yes.

  • Bask Digital Media LLC – $1,130,598.57  (See Below)
  • Creative Response Concepts – $1,142,546.85
  • Red Sea LLC – $1,078,473.12

Bask Digital Media LLC – paid by Club for Growth:

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(Twitter Link)

About Adam Stoll:

…” Mr. Stoll had a career working in both politics and the private sector. Stoll spent five years at Goldman Sachs & Company as a Vice-President in the Public Sector and Infrastructure Banking group.

Prior to joining Goldman, Mr. Stoll served as campaign manager for New York Governor George Pataki’s successful re-election effort. Mr. Stoll steered a massive statewide campaign – cited by ABC News as the “best run campaign in the nation” – winning Governor Pataki a historic third term with the second largest margin of victory for a Republican gubernatorial candidate in State history.

Mr. Stoll’s political experience includes working on a number of local, statewide, and national campaigns. In both 2004 and 2008, Mr. Stoll served as a Senior Advisor to the Republican National Convention. In 1996, Mr. Stoll served as Advertising Director for the Dole/Kemp campaign overseeing the entire national advertising program.

Mr. Stoll currently serves as a member of the Malibu Chapter of the Young President’s Organization (YPO). Mr. Stoll has a B.A. from The American University in Washington, D.C. and resides with his wife, Lisa, and their three children in Los Angeles”… (link)

[ Side Note – Goldman Sachs making money from federal spending on “infrastructure”. Using PR Firms to sell problems that need Banking and Finance.  Adam Stoll touting pork spending success see: “Our efforts reached millions of Americans through CNN and local broadcast and cable networks, sparking an ongoing national debate on public infrastructure” (link)]

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( Sample of one payment pg 31 )

Review BASK Digital Media Twitter Feed HERE

The Club for Growth/BASK expenditure is essentially a back door angle for this Pro-Rubio group to attack Donald Trump through the CfG Funding.  This approach allows Team Rubio plausible deniability and avoids their fingerprints on the trigger.

Candidate Marco Rubio can walk around saying he’s not actually attacking anyone, which is technically true; he and his team have affiliates and other connected entities doing it for him….

It would appear Marco Rubio’s historical methods of shadow campaigns, sketchy finance, and Machiavellian consorts are still his preferred election strategies.

More on BASK Digital HERE

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[…]  said Cruz. “I don’t think there’s any group in this nation making a bigger difference right now than the Club for Growth. I do know for a fact that I would not be in the United States Senate if it were not for the Club for Growth.”  (link)

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117 Responses to Pro-Amnesty Club for Growth PAC Spends Millions To Attack Candidate Donald Trump Using Pro-Rubio Media Firms…

  1. I hope Trump hit’s the amnesty candidates hard in the next debate. He should also call them out for the amount of time off they take. If they want to run for President fine but then they should resign their seats so the people paying them are represented.

    Liked by 6 people

    • azgary says:

      ALL of the other candidates are pro-amnesty, including cruz, but for whatever reason he seems to have people fooled.

      Cruz voted for tpa, co-sponsored and voted for the give iran nukes corker bill, and is for amnesty and huge increases in legal immigration, pushed john roberts for scotus etc…..

      hes all establishment, he just talks like hes not and for whatever reason he fools people.

      Sponsor: Sen. Corker,…. Cosponsored … Sen. Cruz, Ted [R-TX],04/14/2015…..

      Cruz has said he would support ultimately legalizing most of the undocumented immigrants in the country

      Ted Cruz would Double Immigration, add 500% worker Visas and legalize illegals.

      by TED CRUZ July 20, 2005 2:32 PM @TEDCRUZ
      John Roberts should be a quick confirm.

      Cruz voted for TPA which was basically cloture for TPP making it simple to pass, they can vote “against” TPP but their votes for TPA means it will pass. Cruz then blamed mitch mcconnell for his vote, claiming he was fooled. is amnesty teddy really so STUPID mcconnell can fool him, and btw Ted! was told by his entire staff what mcconnell was doing.
      “Sen. Ted Cruz a 2016 Republican presidential candidate, defended his decision to vote for Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) that would fast-track the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) and Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA)—among other deals—during a Thursday interview with the Hugh Hewitt radio program”

      Sen. Sessions: Trade Deal Could Trigger Flood of Illegals

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Part of the problem is the idiotic debate questions, ‘Do you talk to God’ by Meegain, rather than asking Cruz about his H1B stance, or how he’d handle the illegals already here.

        To this day, I’ll read comments (by the 1,000’s) over at FreeRepublic, an audience which is rather well clued-in, and someone will point out a stance of a candidate and invariably, someone will reply they didn’t know about that candidate’s position!

        Even in a 24/7 news cycle, the key issues continue to be confusing to a wide group of people. Kasich, playing coy when trashing Carson & Trump doesn’t name names, yet because of his illegal comment ‘how are you going to get rid of these people’ I wouldn’t be surprised if they think Trump wants to get rid of medicare, although that is Carson’s position. At least some times, when he’s not flip-flopping away from that stance.

        It’s infuriating…and ironic as Trump arguably has the most ‘conservative’ stance on many issues, as he’s unabashedly Pro-American, rather than Pro-Globalist. Which all of the others are in varying degrees.

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        Cruz wraps himself up in the Constitution and religion and that’s enough for his rabid supporters.

        Just look on Twitter to see how they get angry if you point out what Cruz had actually supported. Of course these people also seem to be some of the biggest Trump haters. Many have taken to spreading lies about Trump to push Cruz.

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        • azgary says:

          yes i have noticed the “cruzbots” are every bit as bad as the “paulbots” are/were when it comes to name calling, lies etc… then claim Trump supporters are the ones doing so.

          I find Trump supporters to be the most reasonable and fact based and the others just cant take it when truths in their candidates own words and video, not to mention pointing out who their owners/contributors are.

          it would be funny if it wasnt so sad

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          • Les says:

            You can’t call people “cruzbots” and “paulbots” and not “trumpbots”. It’s bad form. Maybe just posting facts and skipping the liberal-speak public shaming would be more constructive.

            Because some of don’t take to well to hypocrisy but will gladly read well-reasoned opinions. If you have to assign a juvenile name to others who disagree with you, you have already lost the war.


      • Les says:

        I really wanted to support Cruz. I think because of his Judeo-Christian ethics and because Obama escaped the birther questions and I thought it would be fun for Cruz to do the same.

        Illegals won’t go home until we shut down the sanctuary cities. I don’t even want to know how many of my tax dollars are funneled in that direction.


    • Jackie Papp says:

      you know this bastard is lieing! read up on his history and see what a phony and thief he is


  2. kinthenorthwest says:

    Illegals are already killing America in so many ways…Amnesty will put the final nail in America, and we end up being a 3rd world country with not rights as legal Americans.

    Liked by 9 people

  3. starfcker says:

    Trade is a bigger weapon than amnesty. There’s a reason CNBC (and the RNC) didn’t want to talk about economic issues

    Liked by 9 people

    • Excellent observation. So they hid their real strategy to avoid letting Trump talk about dangerous issues in the plausible excuse of just another bunch of moderators in liberal attack mode.


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      • boutis says:

        No mention of illegal immigration will be tolerated. This is a very dangerous time for the open borders crowd with what is going on in Europe. It MUST be ignored. Omission is one of the globalists finest tactics. Pretend it isn’t there and anyone rude and crude enough to bring unmentionables up is treated as a moron even if it is floating in the punch bowl.

        Liked by 9 people

        • Michael Dixon says:

          Right. Illegal immigration is a highly emotional, hot button issue for many American voters, and a big reason why Trump’s message resonates with them so well.

          Liked by 5 people

          • Jett Black says:

            Illegal aliens are becoming a huge issue for African American voters–they’ve been deeply torn by the push from their usual benefactors to support it, while seeing it destroy their communities, lives, and futures. Many are waking up and should be voting Trump–I suspect that is much of the driving force behind Trump’s relatively high (for a R) popularity among African Americans.

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            • Les says:

              Are you blaming Mexicans for destroying black neighborhoods? lol Sorry, I found that amusing. It’s a bit of a reach…


              • lou Ann Watson says:

                i think the neighborhoods are already destroyed and the illegals will keep them from rebuilding them. the elite need a permanent underclass to pander to every four years


          • SharonKinDC says:

            If people really understood that open borders is not only raising the crime rate, but taking billions in resources which could be used for AMERICANS, AND putting downward pressure on wages, especially at the low end of the scale due to increased competition for those same jobs, they might wake up and back the one guy who really wants to address the issue, Trump. While many ‘get it’, many are still clueless.

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      • YEP.. good observation!

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    • Tracer Round says:

      I understand why the NVG’s (non-vulgarian globalists) want the Trade, Amnesty and ObamaScare, but why do they push the CommonCore education thing also? Is it as simple as dumbing down the masses? Some union payback? Or something else.

      Help me understand this. TIA

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      • rodney says:

        When you are importing unlimited numbers of foreign workers to replace American workers, there is little use in properly educating the children of Americans anymore since they can’t compete with people who will for peanuts.

        The only thing American kids will have to learn is how to find a good refrigerator box to live out of. Really that’s the end game for the C for G, and CofC. The absolute impoverishment of the American citizen.

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      • R-C says:

        How do you create the next generation of low-information voters who will be gullible enough to believe anything you shovel at them?

        Common Core, and other unproven “educational” theories, foisted upon the masses by the political re-education wing of the democrat party. Who needs re-education gulags when you can accomplish the same thing out in the open?

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      • Here is my take on it.

        The Right Uniparty and the Left Uniparty are invested in Common Core (CC) for different reasons. The reason they differ is that the left end sets the agenda, and manipulates the right end into buying it – but what is being sold is something that the left end subverts and never delivers.

        The left points to the Obysmal state of education and says “It’s a crisis – something must be done”. This is the point where they need to be stopped, and we say “Hold on, Marx-boy – YOU and your agenda are what have ruined education. We’re taking it away and giving it back to state and local.” That is Trump right there.

        But NO. Right Uniparty says “Hmmmm. Power and money can be found in this, if we invest appropriately! What should we do, leftist colleagues? Will you let us set the rules, so we can be sure you won’t trick us?”

        To which the left says “No problem!” Why? Because they control the Department of Education, the media companies that deliver the goods, all of the public school administrative bureaucracy, and the teacher’s union. They will control implementation, no matter WHAT is promised, planned, or agreed. So if CC looks neutral at the Jeb stage, and looks like Bill Ayers wrote it when it rolls out – well – do the math.

        For the left, Common Core delivers an army of young people trained to the PC dog whistle, and not so smart as to question the narrative. Starving urban artists and government employees – not suburban engineers and inventors. Definitely no Camille Paglias, Mark Steyns, or Carl Sagans. Certainly no Bill Whittles or Donald Trumps. But perhaps a few Clockhmeds and Derays. It is designed so that Russia and China become technologically and politically dominant. Whether the useful idiots who push CC realize that or not is immaterial – it is the end result. It leads to a Soviet America, clinging to empty leftist slogans and Hollywood pretense – ironically while China’s answer to Hollywood takes over, as China become more like 1960’s America.

        For the right, CC delivers money and political power. Why should they worry? Their kids go to private schools anyway. If anything, CC makes their own progeny more viable as future Elite – as future leaders.

        I think the Jebbusites realize that the right Uniparty got snookered on CC – they just don’t care enough to admit it, and definitely not enough to take a bath on their investments.

        Trump. Nuke the nonsense.


      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        Why common core? Not sure. But there is a lengthy tradition of his folks declaring that public school is not to have an educated populace, but to mold the future work force for the large employers.


  4. thomas says:

    Someone started a Wikia on GOP candidates that are weak on immigration:

    Welcome to the GOP Primary Target WikiEdit

    Let’s find Republicans with liberal records on immigration and beat them in the 2016 congressional primaries.

    Our model and hero is Dave Brat, who shocked the entire country by beating Majority Leader Eric Cantor in 2014.

    Don’t be shy. Post what you know, do some research, and correct any mistakes you see. Try to include links and quotations when you can.

    When enough information is added about a target, we’ll give the target his own page.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jeff says:

      It’s interesting you post this as I am in the process of waking up some people . The claim is they can find BOTH sides of a story on the internet . This revisionist history is what they find to counter what I’ve been telling them .

      Even though I provide links to the doctrine of the commies , the bills written , the executive orders signed by the usurper, and well footnoted original sources ….THEY still check with the pop poop such as …wiki and snopes !! all GRUBER-able and manufactured “sources ” …sheesh !

      As if it’s the flat earth vs round globe-ers !! only they seem to have settled on neither !

      Middle Earthers if you will ,…or fence sitters . They can’t make a decision on valid sources . The waters are muddied up on purpose . Mr Pavlov media knows the game well .

      He rings a bell and all the doggies come running . Witness …Cecil the Lion pull the national dipshidiocracy off of Planned Parenthood with one meme .

      The trust in the TV set and it’s role as a WEAPON OF MASS DECEPTION and Donald Trumps assault on the media is our main focus . Breaking that CAPTURE BONDING mind set that equates information on their beloved TV SET as if it’s some how FACT .

      The masses believe their is some magic panel of TRUTH that assures anything the comes across the airways is FACT . That is why millions of seniors are ripped off by PUBLISHERS SWEEPSTAKES scams ….even STILL .

      If it’s on their TV …it has to be true . And that carries now to wiki and other go to sources for the google mind of GRUBERED up info !!

      Liked by 4 people

  5. Jeff says:

    WOW ! The political class is big business …NO SURPRISE as Rubio was gang of 8 and Cruz the wonder boy supported fast track . Gave us some BS line that he was lied to by leadership .

    That is when I dumped him from my list of candidates to watch . The vote FOR the Corker Bill handing Obama the deal with Iran was evidence that my suspicions were valid . Frankly , all Senators running for President voted FOR the Corker bill . Including Rand Paul .

    They are all traitors !! handing the commies a simple 51 majority on one of the scariest bills this side of Obamacare I’ve ever seen …OH WAIT ….we haven’t SEEN that bill !!!!

    it’s Trump or we are enslaved …..or at full on civil war as the south secedes again .

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  6. What evidence do you have that Club for Growth supports Obamacare?

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  7. Mr. Haney says:

    Not to worry! Donald Trump is a political Spartacus and so are We. The “peaceful” rebellion has already started. He have our warrior, they need to pick theirs. No Do Overs this time. One choice: We or Them. We, the American people, are going to finally put a stop to the political cancer being pushed by the progressives Traitors on this country. This is going to get very ugly. Trump/and who He picks for VP. We wouldn’t have it any other way.

    Liked by 13 people

  8. NVA Patriot says:

    Thank you

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Trump was right about the Super PAC’s — and where did that come from but the McCain-Feingold campaign reform. The power behind the throne the RNC/DNC at work.

    Liked by 5 people

  10. cali says:

    For me the most troubling and saddest part is the overwhelming morally corrupt behavior of these politicians. They are so devoid of even the smallest spec of integrity.
    Greed and lust for power is the name of the game – they sell us out in a heartbeat for some cash in their bank account while depriving us citizens of the basic needs due to the agenda they endorse only benefit their ‘handlers’.
    Their actions and behavior is shameful – yet they still strut around selling us snake oil as though they are untouchable.

    It is not money but the ‘love’ of money that is the rot of all evil!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Piper says:

      cali- yep! If we lose Trump it’s over for our country and even the last bit of life as we knew it. For the future of our children we are going to have to get off our butts and come out of our comfy homes and make war in the streets. Washington has become a cesspool of every kind of corruption imaginable. We have no one to blame but ourselves, we are going to have to rip a page from history to preserve our country, and DO something. God helps those who help themselves, all we’ve done so far is sit around and wring our hands and b@tch and moan- at some point we’ve got to be willing to shed our blood to water the tree of liberty. If you are a born again Christian this isn’t a scary thought. Much greater people have gone before us and shown the way, the sacrifice it takes to preserve our country. I’m afraid the real men like that don’t exist anymore, and Washington is counting on it.

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    • Optimistic says:

      When the word “illegal” is just tossed off as meaningless, many other boundaries are tossed off as well.


  11. Jeff says:

    The SURRENDER VOTERS are the one’s Mr Trump is targeting to join in the process …again !

    The establishment has successfully grown this voter group over the many years of election cycles where the people like Rubio and even Cruz make promises at election time …then go back to serving their REAL MASTERS

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  12. Col.(R) Ken says:

    Somebody call RINO Senator Pat Toomy, of Pa. He was/is a member Club for Growth.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. NHVoter says:

    I just saw this as I was scrolling through my Twitter timeline. Looks like a new Florida poll:

    Liked by 7 people

  14. Michael Dixon says:

    So much for democracy. The process is not about the people, or the good of the country. It’s about control. That’s what government is. Hundreds of Million$ will be spent to gain control.


    • Right, Michael Dixon. Govt IS about control. What is the first thing any govt must do before it does anything else? Answer: collect money. Whatever function you think govt should perform needs money – for the collectors and their (assumed) guns to establish their authority. Only trade in a truly free market can function without forcing people to pay. But of course that’s just little old Libertarian me talking. We are the only people not afraid to admit that forcing people to do something is the very definition of government.


  15. archer52 says:

    This level of politics isn’t tiddlywinks. They will do what they can to get their guy over the line. We are talking about TRILLIONS of dollars flowing through an economy, billions to be made by many who want to win.

    The question isn’t “is it fair”. The question is “will you let them win?”

    I’m not a Trump guy because “his guys” are those guys, have been for over two generations. It is hard to change stripes. Especially billion dollar stripes. But if he is not a plant and he did have an epiphany, good for him. Even his presence, regardless of motive, is disturbing the force and creating interest.

    I just read the campaigns are dumping the RNC for the next debate. How they do that I don’t know, but it is fun to watch cowed Republicans kicking anything they can reach in the knees!

    Good luck to them. HRC cannot be president- ever. Even of a book club!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Rick says:

      Well, if you believe HRC cannot be president-ever, Trump is the only one who can beat her. Any other vote is for the Uni-party and the SOS continues on.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Southern Son says:

      He didn’t have an epiphany. He has stood with his same principles for over thirty years. Watch his ’87? interview with oprah. Read his books. And open your eyes. Even though he Is Elite, he is not OF the Elites, that are usurping our Constitution. I stand with the Patriot!

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dixie says:

      Wish all these billions of dollars spent by super pacs on advertising to push their corrupt agendas on us could be forced to donate it toward the national debt instead. But that would be too honorable…….


    • SharonKinDC says:

      So how do you explain Trump’s significant support of Reagan?


    • ..Trump was against illegal immigration since the 90’s and it is documented.. All you have to do is use your little fingers and do a Trump on the issues..And if you check out many of those that really know Donald will hear them say over and over again..Just because someone has money, doesn’t mean they are evil.He was smart and worked hard and achieved the American dream..that is what America is suppose to be about. He is the real deal.

      He has nothing to gain from being president..he doesn’t need the money..he doesn’t need the headache. He is at an age now where he could travel..enjoy his family..see exotic places..enjoy his gorgeous wife and let the nation fall into the pits of hell. But he can’t do that..he has been saying the same things for years if you would check it out. Their videos out there of him saying the exact same things he is saying today. He is our only hope for this nation, otherwise we are gone.. our sovereignty is gone..America as we know it is gone.


  16. Just_me says:

    “While Dems battle to see who can tax, spend & regulate the most, Reps like Rubio, Cruz & Paul offered concrete plans” –

    Very telling. Hey Evangelicals, see Cruz, he’s good, Trump’s bad. Hey Libertarians, see Paul, he’s good, Trump’s bad. Once Trump is weakened, down go Cruz and Paul, real hard, real fast and real easy. Oh, and as Sundance mentioned in another post, Marco will go down too.

    If you want to see concrete plans, go to Trump’s site……details, details, details, that aren’t mentioned. No need to ask why.

    If people dont face reality, Clinton will be our next president.

    Liked by 4 people

    • stringy theory says:

      I think Paul has already flat-lined and Cruz is never high in most polls. Still, you make excellent points re misguided groups like evangelicals and libertarians. They are almost always their own worst enemies.


  17. The most intriguing aspect of the Trump Insurgency is the degree to which it has exposed the actual purposes of so many people and organizations. It used to be that many could provide “lip service” to what the voters wanted without needing to really do anything about those wants. Now, they have a problem. Their contempt and scorn for the people is being recognized and they now scramble to find a way to tamp down this awakening realization.

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    • Piper says:

      Honor- you’ve gotten it exactly! The scales have been ripped from our eyes! I have learned more here than anywhere, that’s just it though, I was looking to educate myself and lucked into finding you all,(Sundance I’m forever grateful and blessed to have found you, THANK YOU!), how many others out there are fed up enough to actually learn how the process works. We have such a low info voter system it is truly scary. Odumbo has proven this, people will vote for someone with absolutely NO background check, I mean they didn’t care where he appeared from they latched on and ran with him, this is how the antichrist will be soooo successful… oh nevermind, I’m getting a headache already…

      Liked by 1 person

    • joshua says:

      right….we ain’t buyin’ “ShamWow” anymore because some idiot on TV tells how great is would be for us if only we buy it NOW…and with 12 you get eggroll…..liars lie


    • stringy theory says:

      Well said. I thought my eyes were open before I found this site, but now they are wide open and I am stunned by what I have learned. The country is in a near-hopeless condition and Trump is the only possible hope. I just wish others could see that before throwing away their votes on more worthless GOPe hacks or Carson.

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  18. Jill says:

    A crowdsourced site has been started to target Republicans who favor amnesty/illegal immigration:
    GOP 2016 Targets Wikia

    “Welcome to the GOP Primary Target WikiEdit

    Let’s find Republicans with liberal records on immigration and beat them in the 2016 congressional primaries.

    Our model and hero is Dave Brat, who shocked the entire country by beating Majority Leader Eric Cantor in 2014.

    Don’t be shy. Post what you know, do some research, and correct any mistakes you see. Try to include links and quotations when you can.”

    Liked by 1 person

  19. NHVoter says:

    Rick Wilson, Rubio shill who has a clear case of Trump Derangement Syndrome, has written an op-ed about how to fix GOP debates. He even suggests having Club For Growth as a moderator & refuses to acknowledge that it is Trump, not the moderators, who is bringing in viewers.


  20. I got two words for the anti-immigration fanatics: Proposition 187! Since this anti-Hispanic measure was on placed on the California ballot in 1994, that State has been totally dominated by the Democrat party. So keep up the anti-reform drumbeat and you will ensure that this is the fate of the country as a whole.


    • sunspots7 says:

      I’m against ILLEGAL immigration, Jane you Progressive plant.

      No you do not get to change the language to confuse and manipulate us into believing Progressive lies and dis-information. Trying to make us feel like we are mean and aggressive when it is YOU who are just that.

      Go away Jane Prog.


    • yadent says:

      You are delusional. 187 was an attempt at controlling ILLEGAL immigration into the state. It was not ‘anti-Hispanic’. The state is now awash in illegals utilizing the resources rightfully belonging to LEGAL citizens. As a Hispanic and CA resident, the failure of 187 to be implemented is one of many reasons the state is now a Democrat pit.

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      • Jett Black says:

        Thanks for schooling Jane-prog. That’s what I thought, too–that it was yet another failure to implement and enforce that created the problem, despite the voters passing a law to stop illegal invasion (I won’t call it immigration–it’s not that well intentioned anymore).

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    • stringy theory says:

      Hey GOPe shill, you picked the wrong site to post your silly commens on–we know what killed kalifornia and it was the liberal policies of ass hats like jerry the commie brown and a legislative long-dominated by leftist/prog politicians. Trump will build the fence, round up the illegal invaders and begin the progress of returning this English-speaking country to its western civilization values. Now be a nice little shill and run along.

      Liked by 2 people

    • JRD says:

      Meet jane of Los Angeles from the Club for Growth’s activist team.

      How transparent!

      Liked by 1 person

  21. joshua says:

    I think maybe someone has to figure out how to hack and disable the web sites and on line propaganda mills being ginned up and staffed with all the Pac Money…they have hired huge, experienced, heavy hitting former campaign management firms with tech and support staffs nationwide…they are not stupid, but they are like a foreign nation attacking American Values for money and power….and they have ties to former candidates way back in our political history….this is a war being fought behind our radar and vision…..I think the battle has to consider them as info terrorists who are dragging lo info and no info people into their version of SPIN. They are NOT ABOUT SAVING OUR NATION or PROTECTING OUR PEOPLE….this is about Money, Greed, Power, and Control.

    All weapons are legit in this war against the GOPe and the DNC liars.


    • shiloh1973 says:

      What you propose is not only unethical it is illegal. Doing those things would make us as bad as they are and I will not stoop to their level.


    • georgiafl says:

      It’s the truth…military tell a similar tale – 1/3 of all applicants to the military are not eligible either due to drugs, ‘attitude’, criminal history, mental health issues or all-over tattoos.

      It has been estimated that nearly half of US population is addicted to a substance (drugs, alcohol, tobacco, food) or a behavior (s3x, gambling, OCD) and/or has a mindset that makes them unemployable (dishonesty, violence, ‘attitude’, mental health issues) due to several of these.


      • georgiafl says:

        The fact that many US teens/adults have addictions, doesn’t mean foreign workers are needed or will be or do better. Drugs are a global plague.

        Liked by 1 person

      • joshua says:

        military high school recruiters cannot recruit kids that have been on antidepressant drugs or on ritalin type drugs for a year following last dose taken….so no kids can qualify.


      • Jack Long says:

        On the other hand, I wonder how much the child labor restrictions affect the US work ethic?

        We used to do farm work when necessary before 10 YO ( I remember sitting on the back of a baler pulling the knots tight), there was always raking leaves, shoveling sidewalks or shoveling out hydrants for the town, then at 12, I almost always had some kind of part time job.

        Now, I don’t think kids can even work until they are 16. My daughter started regular work only when she got her license.

        When I lived in the sticks and kids would help their parents with the family business they were usually not into drugs, etc. Kids can be really good workers, too. I seen some incredible knowledge displayed. They’re an asset, especially if you take an interest in them and treat them
        with respect.

        Just a thought.


    • Duchess says:

      Wow-that was really bad. Et tu Jordan?


  22. Doodahdaze says:

    The Dukes are still backing Bush.


  23. anthonydog says:

    Isn’t it time we got the whole truth of Benghazi??
    OBAMA, Hillary, the gang of 8, Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood, QATAR and Al Qaeda…with the assistance of the CIA…SAYS THIS STUNNING INTERVIEW:

    “We came;We saw; HE DIED..hehehehe!” retorted Hillary: “WHY BENGHAZI HAPPENED: AN EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Maggie says:

    Pls visit which gives an easy way to hit on Congress daily.
    The invasion of Europe is scary and we have to yell out now that our nation is not available.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. georgiafl says:

    Club for Growth of what?

    Really means growth/increase of…
    – crime and lawlessness
    – diseases
    – strain on schools and public services
    – joblessness, poverty for Americans
    – inflation and economic disaster
    – leftist, Islamist ideological factions in US
    – corruption in government
    – danger, insecurity for nation


    • Trent Telenko says:

      Results from New Hampshire poll link above —

      Trump 26 (-2)
      Carson 16 (-1)
      Rubio 13 (+9)
      Kasich 11
      Cruz 9 (+1)
      Bush 7
      Christie 5 (+3)
      Fiorina 5 (-2)
      Paul 3 (-1)
      Huckabee 1

      Less than 1%



      Bush 44/42
      Carson 64/19
      Christie 54/32
      Cruz 46/32
      Fiorina 54/26
      Kasich 45/31
      Paul 29/51
      Rubio 62/19
      Trump 49/43

      It appears that Trump’s “kill shot” with Kasich worked, given the latter’s amount of NH advertising.

      Cruz is not as good a sell in the North East like “The Donald”.

      And very few like Jeb.


      • lurker99 says:

        Drove around the Manchester NH area (west on backroads towards New Boston and then south to border and back towards Derry) —

        Saw many many Ben Carson signs, a few Bernie, one Hillary and a few Trump…. No JEB!

        Liked by 1 person

  26. Let them waste their damn money.

    It’s not working…

    Liked by 1 person

  27. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

    Rubby-0, it aint’ gonna work. It just won’t Rubby-O


  28. 11-2-15 This just in and hour ago from BUSINESS INSIDER:
    “Donald Trump unloaded on Marco Rubio in a new interview — here’s a list of his insults”

    or go straight the video of Trump interview yesterday with David Halperin of Bloomberg
    “Donald Trump on Marco Rubio: ‘He’s an Overrated Person”‘


  29. AS much as I like Ted Cruz on the surface…
    I have always made it a rule NOT to trust a Harvard or Yale guy (especially BOTH) with connections to Club for growth and Goldman Sacks through his WIFE!
    Something fishy………………………….


  30. AmericanMorning says:

    What amazes me is the Republicans who don’t like Trump. He’s everything the experts have been saying we need.

    -He’s conservative on all the right social and policy issues:

    -He isn’t a Bible-toting Southerner- in fact he’s as metropolitan as one can be: from New York City .
    -He has the drive, the patriotism, the knowledge one needs to be the citizen-leader the Founding Fathers visualized for the position.
    -He’s attracting patriotic people from the other party- literally leaving them with expatriates and without defined majorities.
    -A majority of the GOP voters can already visualize him in the White House.
    The one thing he DOESN’T have is a chain and shackle controlled by a group of power brokers. Their vehement opposition is more about their power- not his trumped-up (pun intended) weaknesses; and certainly not their patriotism.

    Those who oppose him because THEY don’t control him are Quislings. Vikund would be proud of you


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