Donald J Trump – The American Return to Greatness…

The latest MSM meme is to proclaim that Donald Trump’s supporters will not show up at the polls.  My, how they have no friggin’ idea how much Cold Anger exists:

Never forget, the exact words used now to attack the candidacy of Donald J Trump are the identical words the power-elite used in the 1980 republican primary to attack candidate Ronald Reagan:

[…] Reagan is a serious challenge to the old discredited order. Those who underestimate him, do so at great risk.

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210 Responses to Donald J Trump – The American Return to Greatness…

  1. RINOKiller says:

    Donald Trump’s supporters will not show up, he is done

    The latest add in the Bluto list

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      One more for Bluto’s list: A California political donor supporting M. Rubio paid for skywriting a message for Iowa voters against D. J. Trump … in Pasadena! Trump is finished.

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  2. R. T. says:

    My 2016 Presidential Election Predictions…

    Trump will win Iowa by 5% over Cruz, something like 30% to Cruz’s 25%.

    Trump will then steamroll to huge margins of victory in every other primary state.

    Trump will receive nomination.

    Trump will lead Hillary beginning in July by small margins, and his lead will build up until election day.

    Trump will choose former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown as his VP.

    Hillary will choose Julian Castro as her VP.

    Trump will annihilate Hillary during the campaign with negative attacks, and pigeonhole her as weak, a liar and incompetent, with her single worst metric being “trustworthiness”, or lack thereof.

    On election day, Trump/Brown will lead 62% to Hillary/Castro’s 26%.

    Trump will win all states and all electoral votes, except Hillary will win the few votes from the District of Colombia, however.

    It will be a bloodbath that will leave Liberals, Sheeple and the political elites REELING and in total shock, many angry, staging protests and violent acts.

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    • sunspots7 says:

      Why do you think he will choose Scott Brown?

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    • lastConservinIllinois? says:

      Scott Brown does not interest me.
      In.
      The.
      Least.

      Someone from the South for VP.
      Someone liberals hate and fear even more than they do Mr Trump.

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    • bpk1300 says:

      Scott Brown??? Are you serious for VP? He was elected to be the deciding vote for the first round of Obamacare and he became one of those who go to Washington and look at the lights and the building and say to his wife ‘Alice, look here….’. He was not to be a RINO but he fell in line…just another politician driving a red truck.

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      • beaujest says:

        Brown went bike riding with John Kerry when he arrived in DC,proudly had his picture taken for the Boston papers and thanking Kerry for showing him the ropes ! Fraud !

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      • dooser says:

        If it’s Brown, Flush it! A bumper sticker from the 1966 California Governor’s race between Reagan and Brown (the current CA governor’s Faatha). BTW: Reagan beat Brown (incumbent) by a million votes. LOL.

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    • Paula says:

      No, to Scott Brown!

      Liked by 6 people

    • Martin says:

      No to Scott Brown and he’ll beat Cruz more than that in Iowa.

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    • JRD says:

      No, Trump will not choose Brown.

      Trump only hires competent people.

      Liked by 11 people

      • lorac says:

        Yes, and we have no idea if he will even hire a politician at all. All these suggestions are assuming it will be a politician for VP. Might be, but we have no idea at this point….

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        • George True says:

          My thoughts exactly!! Who says his pick for VP has to be a politician, former or present? How about someone who has a solid track record of success in the private sector?

          Has anybody ever real the Tom Clancy novel ‘Executive Orders”? In that novel a suicidal airline pilot crashes a 747 into the capitol building during a joint session of congress. Everyone is killed except Jack Ryan, who was running late getting there, and who was filling in as the VPOTUS for the last few months of the VP who had to resign in disgrace for corruption. Suddenly, Ryan has the task of appointing all new senators and congressmen to fill out the remaining terms of the deceased ones. All the out of work politicos start lobbying for the slots. Ryan goes on TV directly to the public (just like Ronald Reagan), bypassing the media, and says to the people, “You didn’t want these guys (the politicos) the last time around, so why would you want them now?. Send me the names of real people who have done real jobs in the real world”.

          And that is the kind of person Trump should pick for VP. .

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      • Spar Harmon says:

        … and winners on their own !!!

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    • PB conservative says:

      Scott Brown? HE BETTER NOT

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    • Nnud says:

      Trump will win Iowa 42% to 28% over cruz (no cap lock for the wicked witch of the West – nose meets chin). cruz is going all out with religious zealotry because he is losing by at least 12%.

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      • And that would work for Canadian-born Pastor Ted in normal elections where only one candidate resonates with evangelicals — EXCEPT — this time CARSON, HUCKABEE, SANTORUM, & TRUMP also resonate with evangelicals. So Pastor Ted will not get the “lion’s share” as he calls it, of evangelicals. Only his portion whatever that may be. But it will be SPLIT.

        Truth is that it’s ONLY evangelicals Pastor Ted will get and not even all of them.

        LYING PASTOR TED’s EVANGELICAL CRUSADE = FAIL!

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      • longiron2 says:

        He will get most of it and that is not all bad. Look out of the big box? TRUMP VP. Heard this morning from TRUMP campaign Chair in MS that TRUMP/CRUZ hopefully is the ticket. TRUMP for 8 followed by CRUZ for 8.That will; make America great and safe AGAIN.

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    • Meyer says:

      I know, I know – – – I hear Sundance in my head saying ‘focus on getting the nomination.’ However, I’m going to pitch my two-cents worth re: Trump’s VP. My VP pick is either Jeff Session or Kris Kobach, Secretary of State of Kansas. If you don’t know Kobach – Google him – he is a man of true character.

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    • amjean says:

      Scott Brown? What are you smoking?

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      • stevendufresne says:

        He lets be nice. This person is a Trump supporter! Geeeez, you guys act like he was a Cruzbot! It’s his opinion as to who he thinks Trump’s VP will be. If you don’t like the choice, put another name out there!

        I have said I think Trump will select a woman and there are three I think can fit the bill– Nikki Haley, Condi Rice, and Susanna Martinez.

        If Trump doesn’t go with a woman, I think he will appease the GOPe for the sake of party unity and select either Marco Rubio or Chris Christie.

        Lastly he may buck everybody and go unorthodox and select an Allen West, Rudy Giuliani, Ted Cruz, Jim Webb, Rick Snyder (wld be interesting), Rick Scott, etc.

        In any event, Trump as with everything, will make his VP selection very interesting!

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        • lastConservinIllinois? says:

          Susanna Martinez to head the Bureau of Party Planning

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        • si says:

          Condi is bad on immigration. Haley and Cruz and Rubio are NOT eligible.

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        • USA Patriot says:

          Gender politics — like Dems, don’t do it Donald. CIC needs to be a man — a real man like you. Ex- Military American First Politician would be best..

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        • singtune says:

          No Career Politicians~! PLEASE.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          Martinez had a little run in w/ the PoPo. She was blotto. (not driving though)
          Condi wants no part of DC, she’s tied to Bush, and Trump has already said she’d go for meetings and nothing would happen.
          Nicky Haley has not been Trump kind, she’s losing support in SC, and has proven to be more GOPe.

          Who knows who he’ll pick, but I really doubt he’ll be looking for the usual political consultant approved choice. No ‘we have to appeal to this demo’ IN part, because Trump already appeals across all demos. He won’t pander to women by picking one as VP, unless she truly represents what he sees as the best choice for the nation (in terms of results, not feel good stuff)

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        • Lamplighter_75 says:

          Hell NO to Rubio!!! If Mr.Trump chooses a man as fanatically in support of open borders as Rubio (or Paul Ryan) is,it would destroy all of the trust and goodwill that he’s built up over the course of these past several months,and leave his supporters feeling thoroughly betrayed.

          I will not presume to speak for anyone else here,but I am personally voting for Mr.Trump with the hope that he will FINALLY destroy the contemptuous and hopelessly corrupt GOPe,and NOT appease or make nice with the SOB’s!!!

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        • Dean Douthat says:

          I think Giuliani is right out as both he & Trump are from NY

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    • TheFenian says:

      All sounds nice but the Scott Brown thing is straight out of left field. Don’t know where you got that LOL.
      Putting aside the fact that he’s a failed non-enity nobody, he lives in NY state now, rendering him ineligible for a job that before your post exactly nobody was considering him for lol.
      Thanks for the laugh. And if that’s you posting Scott, sorry pal. Keep your day job.

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    • texasmama6 says:

      Okay–dittoes to the above comments. However–I remember how Scott Brown campaigned for Kennedy’s seat. It was a lot like the way Trump is doing it–except not billionaire style. Trump traverses the sky in his jet and helicopter and speaks to thousands at a time. Brown drove a beat up truck–but he traversed the state, met with the people dozens at a time, and listened to them. Brown’s victory was a really big deal, a lot like Bratt’s victory. Of course most of us wouldn’t like him. He’s an East coast “conservative,” which makes him just left of center, but he is a Republican who snatched an iconic Democratic seat through honest toil and sweat and against all odds.

      I personally don’t see him as Trump’s pick, but what do I know? I have a feeling that Trump will pick someone a bit more traditionally conservative (to placate the “he’s not a conservative” crowd), and I also suspect he won’t go with the safe inside guy to balance his outside status. I think he’ll double down and put a competent outside conservative in who will be his complement, but not someone that would immediately tempt the establishment to eliminate him for his V.P.

      Just my 2 cents and probably worth that…

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    • I pray you are accurate as the above is music to my soul. I am sure DJT is pumped and ready to go. May God keep His hand of protection on Mr Trump.

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    • Helen says:

      I think Trump will pick a businessperson w/ a background of true accomplishments. Someone substantial that he trusts. He mentioned Carl Icahn in one of his speeches. He said he could count on Carl to renegotiate any contract with another country and we would always come out the winner. I believe that is true. I have heard Mark Cuban mentioned but Mark is a bit too libertarian I think. I know he has said he and Trump disagree on some things.

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      • Benson II says:

        Cuban also dissed Trump quite publically. Non-politician isn’t always the answer just because we’ve been burned by some of them. It’s the person, their accomplishments and whether it was for the betterment of the country. Trump’s been politically active enough and written enough we know where he stands although if you notice the NY liberal is becoming more conservative now that he’s in the fray and sees what dirty liars the leftist press is. I expect by the time he’s elected he’ll be more conservative on more issues than we thought possible.

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    • One part of your post made the hair stand up on the back of my neck!

      I’m not a big believer in the supernatural or being psychic or anything like that, but…

      A few weeks ago, I had a vivid dream that was clear as a bell the next morning (I rarely remember what I dream about) — Donald Trump was taking the Oath of Office and SCOTT BROWN was at his side as VP.

      How weird is that?

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  3. Solo Tester says:

    Okay, once and for all, let’s debunk all of this nonsense about Donald Trump not being a REAL CONSERVATIVE. If anything, the Don is MORE of a conservative than these other pretenders combined.

    And just what it is it that makes a conservative to begin with? Well, according to those of us connected to the Tea Party, it’s:

    Fiscal Responsibility
    Free Markets
    Constitutionally Limited Government
    Individual freedom
    Personal responsibility
    Strict Constitutional interpretation

    As pertaining to FREE MARKETS and FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY, you’d have to not have a nose on your face to see that Trump has made his fortune in the free market place and provided job opportunities for tens of thousands of people over the years. FISCAL REAPONSIBILITY? He has consistently set off warning signals about the huge, out of control national debt burying us, ad nauseum. Not to mention his scalding criticism of the American people recently being hijacked by the GOPe during the last budget thievery.

    As for LIMITED GOVERNMENT, Trump has consistently called for trimming government waste in Medicare and Medicaid funding, as well as completely eliminating a number of bloated federal departments like Education and EPA. Trump’s a smart man. He knows that running a government in a business-like manner means cutting as much fat as possible to gather more revenue while shrinking taxes.

    If you are genuinely for FREE MARKETS then you support INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM. How many more women and minorities does Donald Trump have to hire for his detractors to understand that he’s for opportunity for all? How many more episodes of THE APPRENTICE do they have to watch before comprehending that the man is a rock-ribbed FREE MARKET capitalist?

    Certainly, Trump has demonstrated his support for PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY through his disdain for PC speech. He has never played the victim card, but has only encouraged others to reach their full potential in life. Donald Trump is so bold in his language and bearing that he reeks PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY, accepting the consequences for his actions whether favorable or not.

    When it comes to INTERPRETING THE CONSTITUTION with strict adherence to what the Founders intended, Donald Trump has cited his love for the second amendment, his love of free speech through the abolishment of politically correct bigotry, as well as his fight for freedom of the press by continually exposing their “dishonesty.”

    Donald Trump isn’t just a “real” conservative, he’s a grassroots, populist conservative without textbook answers or lawyerly talk to prove he is one. It appears that Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt were of the same stripe — of the people, by the people and for the people with plain talk and common sense justice for all.

    Next time you hear that Donald Trump isn’t a real conservative from someone, run that up their flag pole.

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    • NJF says:

      applause

      Well said.

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    • Crassus says:

      Seeing as how most real conservatives haven’t done a damn thing these past seven years except sell-out and capitulate maybe Trump not being a “real” conservative isn’t such a bad thing.

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    • Solo Tester: WoW! BRAVISSIMO! Great piece. I saved for later for reference.

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    • rayzorback says:

      You forgot: Border Security!
      ILLEGAL = ILLEGAL!!!!

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    • si says:

      Indeed…well said.
      Also, I tell people that the number one duty of the federal gov’t is to protect us from invasion and protect our sovereignty and independence. Since Trump in the ONLY one who will deport, he is the ONLY Constitutional Conservative in the race.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      Well thought out.👍👍

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    • Tonawanda says:

      Wow, well done!

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    • Excellent post!

      IMHO, we’re in a post-ideology reality. The time for fixing things based upon set principles using methods filtered through the lens of one particular school of thought or another is passed.

      It’s too late for “conservatives” or the “Tea Party” or any other right-of-center group to fix anything at this point.

      The problems of this nation have reached the critical mass stage. This is one of those rare periods in American history where the Union really is in danger.

      We have thousands (if not more) of murderous enemies among us. Their attacks upon us will only increase in intensity and in body counts.

      Our financial system is no longer based upon free-market capitalism — it is controlled by a handful of fixers who manipulate it to suit their own purposes.

      Our private economy is being strangled to death by the artificially cheap labor of the third world.

      The Original Majority of this country, those whose forefathers created and built this nation, are now demonized and outright marginalized because of the color (or lack thereof) of their skin.

      And on and on and on…

      It’s too late to try and label which movement or party or philosophy can fix this mess. Way too late. It can only be fixed by All of Us. A Movement led by someone who doesn’t care about labels or parties or saying the right thing in front of the right group.

      I’m pretty sure that if Donald Trump is not our next president, the United States as we’ve always known it and as it should be, will be lost forever. We will become North America — a place where the constitution is largely ignored, made up of single-interest and racial groups constantly competing for diminishing resources.

      I believe Trump sees this clearly. I think that’s why he’s running. Because he doesn’t trust anyone else to do it…

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      • Ellie says:

        Totally agree with you…your thoughtful post maps out why Trump is such a patriot. America resembles the final days of Rome. Trump being the clear thinking individual he is, is the only one in this race for all the right reasons, namely to make America Great Again.

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    • Benson II says:

      Trump has been an outsider able to believe whatever he wanted to believe and for the most part it was conservative but he’s no constitutionalist. What I expect is he will become more and more so as he sees how the inner workings of government went wrong when they put the constitution aside just like he’s learned it’s a whole new game running for office than it was being a business man looking in from the outside.

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  4. mickie says:

    FANtastic video! TRUMP 2016

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  5. John Galt says:

    I think Melania looks a little better in blue.

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  6. Irene Matthews says:

    I can’t tell you how many times in the last week I’ve heard something along these lines: “Trump supporters are excited about going to big rallies but will they actually show up and vote for him?” That meme had to be on the list of talking points that all the reporters share. Even a political dunce like me picked up on it.

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    • KBR says:

      They STILL haven’t caught on that Trump supporters LIKE proving them wrong?

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      • don welch says:

        i think they ‘have’ caught on as to what is happening but it’s too late to do much about it. look at bush. he was a lock but oops!. then rubio. oops! i tell ya, they’re ready for hillary. the question is will enough voters turn out to stop the ‘crat and GOPe cabal from another eight years of daringdo. that and the very real problem from the jump of getting trump on the ticket in the first place. he can’t beat hillary if he is not on that ticket.

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    • starkey morgan says:

      I’m driving 3 and a half hours each way to see him tomorrow. It is highly likely I will drive 5 minutes to vote for him. What they are entertaining is utter Bullshit.

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      • Rene says:

        Safe travels and looking forward to hearing all about it. I don’t think I have missed any rallies. Watching on internet of course. But would love to hear first hand account.

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      • daveinsocal says:

        That is quite a distance – drive carefully. As for the meme about people showing up, as I look at the throngs of cheering supporters at Trump’s, in my opinion, not only will we show up, but show up in numbers not thought possible. Also, as I look at the cheering and happy crowds, I dare say a lot would take a bullet for the man. Happy New Year everyone. The kick off year of making America Great again!

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      • Tonawanda says:

        Yes, please drive carefully and watch out for the maniacs on the road! TY!

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    • texasmama6 says:

      There are no limits to self-medication through self-delusion, and it is a sign of how desperate they are. Do they stop to think that most of these people drove some distance to get to the rally, searched for parking likely blocks away, walked to the venue and stood in line for hours in winter weather in order to find nose bleed seats or standing room only once inside. In some cases it was 1000 or more people that never made it in, but stood outside in the hopes that Trump would come outside afterwards and speak to them (which he often did). If people are so motivated to do that–why would they find it inconvenient to take a moment to vote? They just aren’t ready to face reality, but they will have no choice soon.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Back during my first election to vote, 1980, the dark ages…saw us w/ the big three networks, plus 2 local channels in DC. Fox5 w/ perpetual I Love Lucy reruns and 20, which was the Gilligan’s Island channel.

        Even then though, it was the same exact message coming across. Except, we didn’t have places like TCTH to validate our thoughts… Meanwhile, everyone quietly was planning on voting Reagan, regardless of the idiots on the boob-toob who wanted us to vote for Mr Peanut again. I recall less cheering for Reagan, than total exasperation for Mr Misery Index. Which is what we should have seen in 2012. Except ‘Nice’ Romney.. well…

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    • This meme will only harden the resolve and double or triple the get out the vote effort.ss

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    • si says:

      It is also a real possibility that half of Jeb’s 10 supporters won’t show up to vote.

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    • marierogers says:

      they aint seen nothin yet!
      !the throngs at the rallies are okay..but just wait till we see the hordes of people/Americans lined up to vote! it will be unlike anything ever seen before!
      i have that much faith in the American people who have taken up this cause and will elect DJT president!

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    • jonvil says:

      They are just whistling past the graveyard.

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    • Desert Patriot says:

      And John Sununu saying the Trump’s only talented is working the media. How about his budget being 35 Million under budget? He’s gonna do some awesome things to Make America Great Again!

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  7. Daniel says:

    “The latest MSM meme is to proclaim that Donald Trump’s supporters will not show up at the polls. My, how they have no friggin’ idea how much Cold Anger exists…”

    The consumer media is so accustomed to telling the public what to think they can’t imagine why that’s not working. They don’t say things like “according to some…” or “experts say…” They just come right out and say “this isn’t going to happen.”

    I really wish Trump could come right out and say exactly what he thinks. Some people say “he has no filter” and I know that is simply incorrect. I have observed how he carefully controls and formulates his rallies. In the south the ALWAYS adds one mild curse word at every rally. In the North, he leaves that off. I know I’m not the only one who has noticed this. There is a LOT he doesn’t say. He keeps it simple by saying “dishonest media.”

    He does not come right out and accuse anyone of being anything the other side can’t wriggle out of — he’s throwing soft balls. He could easily charge them with corruption and all manner of other things and some believe he will… after he’s in office.

    I have no idea what he will target once he’s in office. I know what I’d like to see, but I’m pretty sure he would display what he learned from the Reagan administration and I think he will be pretty aggressive in working/negotiating/dealing with the legislature to get things to happen.

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    • Eskie Mom says:

      Why provide them with more motive beyond their fears/ guilt? Our man TRUMP is waaaay more tactful, subtle, & savvy than most people give hime credit for. I will leave it there, but just like the rest of us, his outrage has been growing since at least the 80s. And he is, clearly, a man with a very keen sense of right & wrong- and decency.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Good reminder Eskie Mom… this isn’t a recent thing and he did get ticked off w/ something Reagan did. By the time Slick was in office, he was looking at the Reform party. I totally get where he’s coming from, because I followed a similar path, although never changed my registration. Reagan was the closest to my type of President, but I knew he was being rolled. Been waiting a long time, meanwhile, the venality has grown to levels I never would have imagined possible.

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      • don welch says:

        i was watching a segment of the apprentice a few years ago. i had never seen it and my cousin talked me into it at her home. halfway through she said: ” i know this is just a show but we need a president who knows how to speak with clarity just like the donald does”. there were several people in the room and everyone agreed. the group was a mix of liberals and conservatives. even i found myself agreeing and all i knew about trump at that point in time was he always seemed to be surrounded by great looking women and ultra smart people in general.

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    • texasmama6 says:

      That is exactly why I happily support Trump. He has a father’s heart. He is geared to firm, loving leadership that fires those softballs as warnings so that the target has the opportunity to think twice and do the right thing. If they don’t, he lowers the boom. He does so without malice. He loves this land and he loves its people.

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  8. MfM says:

    Anyone who has been to a recent Trump rally are they working at getting volunteers signed up? I heard Wayne Allyn Root’s intro to Trump in Las Vegas (youtube) and he was talking about getting out the vote.

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  9. feralcatsblog says:

    Have truth will travel reads the card of the man
    An American Moses to lead the way out of a PC enslaved land
    His fast draw on the Establishment heeds the calling wind
    A Soldier for America is the man called Trumpadin

    He skewers the establishment whenever he must
    His own checkbook of silver is his badge of trust
    There will be legends that American free men and women will sing
    Of the man who defeats the Establishment, of the man called Trumpadin

    https://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=AikVO98FkUKrePLG4PjalhibvZx4?p=video+gun+travel+palindin&toggle=1&cop=mss&ei=UTF-8&fr=yfp-t-901&fp=1

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  10. sundaybu says:

    Nah, Trump voters won’t vote, they aren’t excited… Most of them are low-education, blue collar, many have never even voted, plus women don’t like Trump so…no need for the Cruz/Rubio/Carson voters to even show up to the primary votes either, Trump voters won’t bother since they’re pretty blase about the whole thing this go ’round. Yeah, right!

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  11. Keep ’em coming @defendingtheUSA. You are creating amazing and heartfelt videos! I feel the fire grow inside every time I watch them and I’m sure I’m one of thousands! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to your craft and Sundance for bringing them to us here at the Treehouse! I especially loved the woman who mentioned the PC problem that he brought onstage. Trump has struck a cord that resonates to the core of every American who truly loves this great country and knows she has been led astray and held back from the massive potential of the great people that cherish her history and founding documents. The cord started as small vibrations but have swelled to tremors that will continue to reach across the world until all understand that the country that was a superpower and force for good and unlimited potential is BACK. Thanks in most part to the strength, courage and tenacity of Donald J Trump. If he can inspire this much greatness in the Ameeican people now, imagine what he can do when his words are set to motion!

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  12. Just checked email and got a very nice Happy New Year email from Donald Trump. The message was great. This guy is pure CLASS. Dems and GOPe are in for a big surprise.

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    • The Tundra PA says:

      Yesterday the Pony Express finally made it to Alaska with my Christmas card from our future President! I was so excited to finally get one–and I got two, one to Tundra Family and one to me. Told Hubby the family one is for him.

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    • don welch says:

      how come i didn’t get one too?

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      • Tampa2 says:

        Tundra, I too got one personally and one for my family. I also got the Happy New Year email. All I contribute is $16/mo until the election.

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      • Benson II says:

        I think Trump took the names from contributers on his website. How else would he get your name and address. I got one to. Love it and will keep it on the shelf from now until and maybe after he’s elected.

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  13. drdeb says:

    You had better believe Trump’s supporters will register and vote. We will drive them to the polling places if necessary!

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  14. lovely says:

    It is the same cognitive dissonance which allows people to think that bringing hundred of thousands of Muslims into our homeland is a sound idea that allows these same people to ponder whether or not Trump supporters will actually come out and vote for the man.

    Yes we will.

    Oh and the hand wringing will Trump voters show up is not only a dull thought it is a ploy by the LSM to give Trump supporters a sad😦

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    • KBR says:

      The thought of the MSM wringing their hands when we DO all turn out in droves, gives Trump supporters a big happy 😃
      And that my dear, will bring more out to vote than anything!

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  15. conservalicious says:

    I couldn’t help but notice that Barron Trump has the exact same smile as his father in that Video picture. Cute!

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  17. Centinel2012 says:

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    Trump as given us hope again — he understands that the common man, the vulgarians, make everything happen — without us the rest means nothing. Those that seek the ultimate power and betray the trust we gave them should remember that when the social contract is broken John Locke the father of “True” liberalism and the author of the Two Treatises of Government also gave us the solution to the betrayal.

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  18. There are two things that I would love to hear him say on the campaign trail that I think would have an amazing impact.

    We need to take back our schools and what is being taught to our children. They should not come out of college thinking this country is bad and needs to be “fundamentally transformed”. It is fine to talk about things we are not proud of but we must also show the full context of the times people were living in. We should also make sure they know ALL, and I mean each and every great thing this country has done and stands for because THE GREATNESS FAR EXCEEDS, any negative moments in history. That I Can Tell You!
    I’d also love to hear him say loudly and boldly…to those that live in this country and that take advantage of all the wonderful things it offers but still have the nerve to say bad things about it, this includes the media, and politicians who seek to divide us and citizens who destroy the flag that our great military has fought and died for, I’d like to say this loud and clear to all of you…if you don’t love this country and all it stands for GET THE HELL OUT!

    And for all those that do love this country join with me…and this includes republicans, democrats and independents because this is a movement that will not be divided and I promise to do all I can to work with you day in and day out to make America Great Again!

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  19. furtiveadmirer says:

    Why Trump Matters

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  20. Guybee says:

    Let’s say the Trump will not be able to do anything. At the very least, he will not deliberately undermine the Constitution, religeous civil liberties or gun owners. Trump loves America – neither BO or HillBill do. This alone is a great reason to vote for TRUMP.

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  21. R-C says:

    This new year is getting off with a bang! Love the way things are shaping up.

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  22. mickie says:

    240, WOW! Still drinking? Very inappropriate.

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  23. Rick says:

    Trump’s son, Baron is a good looking kid. He reminds me of the day when Jack Kennedy’s son John John was in the White House. Trump gets 8 years and this boy will be a young man of 18. Will be kinda neat watching him grow into his own version of his dad!

    TRUMP 2016

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  24. CrankyinAZ says:

    Heck yeah we’re voting. Even up here in the Great White North. My registration is signed and ready to go and my daughter, turning 18 soon, just filled out her voter registration form and will be voting for the first time. Now… we just have to see if Arizona is cooperative this time. (In 2014 they weren’t so cooperative with me, and I didn’t get to vote in the mid-terms – long story). I think my daughter likes Trump even more than I do… LOL

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  25. mickie says:

    Thanks, Meyer!

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  26. Trump doesn’t just have the benefit of COLD ANGER driving this election, TRUMP HAS A PASSIONATE LOVE FEST, it’s A MOVEMENT. We will WALK ON GLASS TO GET TO THE POLLS!! So it’s LOVE not anger that will get us to the polls for Trump. Trump is a true leader, and leaders inspire love, excitement, passion, interest. He speaks and he teaches in a way everyone can understand and he has lifted the veil exposing the secrets of how political processes and games are played. Truly a gift of the best of communicators!

    Many are called but few are chosen. Think back to your teachers. All qualified as teachers, but very few where you actually ENJOYED THE CLASS and didn’t want to leave when the bell rang. Those teachers knew how to teach complicated concepts in a simple and easy way without spinning it or slanting it to his own personal views, but how it really is.so that you not only understand but get it and can apply it to your own life and purpose,

    All these rumors about showing up are just lies from the opposition. One lie is that “Trump has lot of supporters who have never voted and also those who are switching over from Dem to Repub, but we have not seen any increase of republican registration in Iowa.” They say this to cause fear and doubt, and they PURPOSELY FAIL TO MENTION THE FACT THAT AT IOWA CAUCUS VOTERS ARE ALLOWED TO RE-REGISTER RIGHT AT THE CAUCUS. Can reregister at door: http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/01/iowa-caucus-what-actually-happens/

    The truth is Trump’s ground game is SOLID and formidable:

    1.) Trump has the MOST PAID STAFFERS. Trump has 16 paid staffers, Huckabee 13, Jeb Bush 10, Rand Paul 9, Cruz 8, Carson 7, Rubio 4, Christie 4, Kasich 3, Fiorina 2

    2.) There are 1,781 precincts in Iowa. That’s 111 precincts divided by 16 staffers depending on size of precinct so Trump’s sitting pretty there.
    (Ref: paragraph 12 subtitled ‘Organize, Organize, Organize’) http://www.gwu.edu/~action/2008/chrniowa08.html)

    3.) Iowa political consultant Eric Woolson rates Donald Trump’s organization as ONE OF THE BETTER ONES IN THE STATE, where the majority of candidates in the large Republican field seem to be running SMALL rote campaigns of TOWN HALL appearances. Trump’s marquee rallies, by contrast, have been among the more prominent features of this cycle so far. Woolson, who managed Mike Huckabee’s 2008 winning caucus campaign, said TRUMP’S STRENGTH in Iowa was DUE TO SAVVY STAFFING PICKS.

    “Any time Chuck Laudner is running an organization, it’s going to have a good ground game,” he said, referring to Trump’s Iowa state director, who oversaw Rick Santorum’s 2012 Caucus win.

    He said that Laudner, who knows that Trump voters could include a high number of people who haven’t previously caucused, is running voter-training sessions to familiarize the uninitiated with the process.

    While Trump’s Iowa team is bigger than those of all but one of his GOP rivals — the campaign confirmed that it now has 16 paid staff members working out of its West Des Moines office — the candidate has been in the state for only 24 days to hold 33 events.

    KEEP IN MIND IN TERMS OF THE NUMBER OF EVENTS NOTED that Trump’s rallies are so YUGE that for him to hold an event of 15,000 people IS like doing multiple small and tiny town hall meetings of 100 or less people. So that is why Trump has less appearances, whereas Santorum has many small and tiny ones.

    SOURCE: http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/thousands-of-ted-cruz-supporters-play-a-game-that-might-win-iowa/

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    • CLARIFICATION:
      “2.) There are 1,781 precincts in Iowa. That’s 111 precincts divided by 16 staffers”

      SHOULD READ:
      2.) There are 1,781 precincts in Iowa. That’s 1,781 precincts divided by 16 staffers = 111 precincts per staffer

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      • CORRECTION: Make that 1,681 precincts for 2015, earlier source was from 2008 oops!

        Source for 2015 says there are 1,681 (divide by 16 staffers = 105 precincts per staffer) http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/20/us/politics/donald-trump-campaign-lags-in-mobilizing-iowa-caucus-voters.html?_r=0

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        • don welch says:

          lol mqmc….whatever you decide on for the math, your point is well put. am i the only one that is glad to see the holidays over so we can now get on with another rally? they’re becoming quite interesting actually. i come to tcth half a dozen times a day just to see when the next one is. we retirees have the time for that!

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          • Tonawanda says:

            Mr. Welch: this is by far the MOST fun I have had since retirement! My heart is cautious but the hope sometimes makes me euphoric!

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          • Tonawanda says:

            Oh, and yes, watching the rallies one by one is a fascinating experience. Christmas and New Years interfered with that … lol.

            Watching Trump rally by rally you see things unfolding slowly. The man knows what he is doing and it is amazing to watch.

            People wonder about the Jeb! thing, and Trump has explained it (Jeb! keeps attacking).

            But I think there is more to it than that. Jeb! is the Wicked Witch sending out her monkeys. Trump benefits as long as the main news keeps reporting on The Wicked Witch versus Donald Trump. Loser Jeb! stands in for everything detested and despised; he is the personification of the treacherous establishment who buys their way to power. I don’t think Trump wants to give up that “battle” too quickly.

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    • Trent Telenko says:

      MoniQueMoniCat,

      So, it appears Trump does have one brick and mortar political office in Iowa, but his staff has been out conducting lots of voter training events all over the state. This may be where the Trump RV’s reports come in.

      Note that Trump needs a larger staff for ‘peak operations’ at the huge rallies he holds in Iowa that other candidates do not.

      This appears to be another area of cross over between the Trump business empire — managing large hotel conventions compared to large political rallies — and politics.

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  27. pat says:

    I am a Canadian. I am praying that all you guys to get out and vote for Trump. He is paying for his own campaign, giving up his time and asking for nothing from anyone other than they vote for him. Our country is a mess -wish we had Trump! Good luck!

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  28. James says:

    Some more “Cold Anger.” I find it difficult to believe a government can deliberately skirt the law as the current group does and still stay in power. If a citizen breaks the law they go to jail. And then there is Loretta Lynch. How do her statements stack up against the law below? They’ll arrest you but they skate on their own lawlessness. The President, who should set some leadership example, Democrats and Republicans, House and Senate, they are all showing just what they think of the electorate and the voter. The people they have sworn to protect, they abuse. They swore an oath. It is far, far beyond shameless. There is blood on their hands now. American citizens’ blood. The law that makes Islamic Immigrants ineligible to come to the US. The Immigration and Nationality Act passed June 27, 1952, which became Public Law 414, Chapter 2 Section 212.
    http://www.usacarry.com/forums/off-topic/53275-islam-law-prohibited-us-immigration.html

    Here is a link to the document section 212 is on page 182 of the pdf.
    http://www.bu.edu/lawlibrary/PDFs/research/portals/66stat163.pdf

    I like the way Donald says, “You’re fired.” Pink slips for thousands of abusers of the public trust.
    Many of them should go to jail.
    Happy New Year all

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  29. don welch says:

    donald trump is showing the tea party how it should have been done years ago.

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  30. aximand88 says:

    That Reagan article is like they looked forward in time. Holy crap.

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  31. Bob White says:

    My mother-in-law is 78. She has never voted. My mother-in-law says she will register. Just to vote for Donald Trump. Stick that in your pipe and smoke it, Jeb, Rubio, Christie, et al.

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  32. Stinky-Inky says:

    “The latest MSM meme is to proclaim that Donald Trump’s supporters will not show up at the polls. My, how they have no friggin’ idea how much Cold Anger exists:”

    I hope it’s just a delusion on the part of the media, but in my gut I know they are priming the public for massive vote fraud. I pray Trump’s campaign managers and lawyers have some kind of vote verification plan to circumvent the fraud.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      “I hope it’s just a delusion on the part of the media, but in my gut I know they are priming the public for massive vote fraud.”

      This is exactly what I am thinking! They are giving us a heads up for their fraudulent activities. The media are doing this on purpose. I have never been nervous in any elections, but this one is different. I so want for the Donald to win. I am hoping and wishing that those who are not Republicans but agreed with Trump will register as Republicans so they can vote in the Primary. They can switch back again after the election. It is that important.

      http://www.diamondandsilkinc.com/how-to-switch/

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    • I am unfortunately not in an early primary state, but for those that are, please be very public about your support for Trump when you go to vote. If thousands of people show up in “Make America Great Again” paraphernalia it will be harder to rig the vote without people noticing.

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  33. auscitizenmom says:

    Ha, ha, ha. I am a stealth voter. I am not on any polls. They don’t know about me. And, I will ONLY vote for Trump. I am sure there are millions more like me. He, he, he. 😀

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  34. George True says:

    You bring up a good point Stinky. The real danger here is electronic vote fraud. Why do people think The Powers That Be have pushed so hard for the electronic vote machines. First of all, they are manufactured by a Spanish firm that is controlled by none other than George Soros. Secondly, they can have embedded algorithms in them that are designed to flip just enough votes to give the victory to a GOPe or Uniparty candidate, but make it look like it was a real squeaker. Also, they can be controlled remotely by their wifi connection from someone who is completely off-location. Keep in mind, Romney actually DID win the 2012 election. The Dems flipped just enough votes electronically in key counties in a few of the battleground states to give it to obama. I too hope someone has already made the Trump campaign aware of just what they are up against in terms of the electronic vote fraud.

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  35. Marvin Harrison says:

    The choice for Trump’s VP is Condoleezza Rice, if he can convince her to do it. She is brilliant, an expert on Russia (which is very important), and comes from California for geographical diversity. She is a woman of color who has greater experience than Clinton. She brings every quality needed in a running mate for Trump.

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  36. SNAKESRULE says:

    Tony Dungy.

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