Donald Trump Discusses State of Union and Nikki Haley Attack on Fox News Morning (video)…

mcconnell ryanRepublican Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, and Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell, personally selected South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley to deliver the State of The Union rebuttal/attack on GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.   Ryan and McConnell also personally approved the script.

Donald Trump is the leading GOP presidential candidate, and has been in the lead for over six months; he is supported by the majority of the party base.   Ryan, McConnell and Haley are attacking their own electorate. Exceptionally typical of aloof Establishment Republicans. – The Stupid Party Gets Even Stupider

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  1. conservalicious says:

    I really think it is time for a 3rd Party.

    Liked by 6 people

    • DMorgan says:

      NO…We the people take over the Republican party and kick them out! They will go to the Democrat party where they belong.

      Liked by 52 people

      • Craig W. Gordon says:

        Like!

        Liked by 2 people

        • longiron2 says:

          N ot going to happen. To many RINOGOPe on the down ballot. A new PARTY with TRUMP in the WH forces the RINOGOPe to go the way of the Whig party. TRUMP gets in with a R label and changes to a FREEDOM Party or any other name while POTUS and as he succeeds the down ballot votes start to go away from the RINOGOPe . NEED a name change to do this or the RINOGOPe just waits it out?

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      • KitKat says:

        YES!!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Doodahdaze says:

        The Republican Party has surrendered. I say no. We shall take them down. They are the front line of defense for the multicultural marxist democrats. They must be destroyed first. They are nothing but jail bait now.

        Liked by 8 people

      • peachteachr says:

        I agree, DMorgan. Many may have forgotten the Ross Perot campaign but it ushered in a democrat, Bill Clinton. Let’s force the current conservatives to follow our lead and be real conservatives or move on to democrat’s party.

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        • yy4u says:

          For the sake of argument, I would say that Ross Perot ran as a Republican and Bush pere and Bill Clinton were both “New” Democrats. How differently did Clinton govern than Bush? Really not much in my opinion other than the bimbo eruptions in the WH. How differently would Dole have governed than Clinton? How differently did Bush govern than Gore would have? Would the borders have been closed? Illegal immigration stopped? Maybe we wouldn’t have gone to Iraq under Clinton or Gore, but using hindsight, going to Iraq the second time has turned out to be a disaster. I posted this above (or below) but it’s becoming increasingly clear to me that we no longer HAVE a Republican Party, that the Establishment are now Democrats and the Democrats are now Socialists. In fact, the Democrats even have an avowed Socialist running for their party’s nomination. Frankly, I don’t think Hillary would govern all that differently from a Bush or a Rubio, especially as far as immigration and amnesty. Bush might be a little more honest than the other two but his family already has a lot of money so he isn’t as grasping.

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          • amjean says:

            We have had the Uniparty for decades and were
            unaware of it.

            Liked by 5 people

          • stringy theory says:

            They’re all part of the uniparty. One for all, all for one, all for them, none for us. Screw the lot of them. I’m done with anyone from the uniparty. I’m voting Trump.

            Liked by 2 people

            • Alexandra Greeley says:

              I couldn’t agree more. They don’t care what ordinary Americans think or feel. Imagine having the GOP rebuttal translated into Spanish and contain promises that were not in Halley’s speech. Talk about deceit!!!!!

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          • Spar Harmon says:

            You change the messaging. Use the Lion rampant as a logo. [Lions eat asses by the way]
            Forge a constitution-centered platform. Don’t forget that Trump a master at branding and marketing.
            Doesn’t anyone think it through that Trumps people quietly and efficiently got the primary registration done in every state well ahead of deadlies?? Trumps people are setting up a mega Rock Tour has and will blanket the entire country; any idea what an incredible tactical, logistic achievement this is??
            Trump is an excellent general. He will win because he has the focused will to win and because he is recruiting us all to the battle call…

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      • AllOrNothing! says:

        I agree. Let’s kick them out. These treacherous fools are digging their grave deeper and deeper. There are more of us than them. They don’t give a damn about us. Trump and people 2016!

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    • budmc says:

      Actually we need a 2nd party.

      Liked by 26 people

    • monty zuma says:

      How about THE NEW AMERICA PARTY

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    • WSB says:

      There is one..the GOPe. Small little band of…

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    • kadar2012 says:

      No.
      I posted this earlier in the daily Presidential thread:
      “When once a republic is corrupted, there is no possibility of remedying any of the growing evils but by removing the corruption and restoring its lost principles; every other correction is either useless or a new evil.” – Montesquieu

      Coming up with a new party does not rid ourselves of the corruption that we have now. It only temporarily displaces it.

      Liked by 10 people

      • singtune says:

        Exactly~! It Will not get rid of the Corruption. It WILL just temporarily Replace it ~~like you stated.

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      • USA Patriot says:

        I agree, good point — so how do this? President Trump would be a good start but he would have to clean house and bring in only fellow patriots.

        Liked by 1 person

      • ron says:

        The same global interests control both parties. Trump revives the nationalist spirit. He’s a danger to the internationalists and they will resist him all the way. If Trump wins big, he can reorient the GOP. It will take a larger-than-life candidate to do this. I don’t think a Cruz is big enough to do this.

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      • Plain Jane says:

        kadar2012, I totally agree that’s why I posted a “Like – a lot” to longiron2 above. IMHO, the name change is a good idea until/unless a better idea arises. The bitter clinging GOPe will not go along with this.

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      • Dave says:

        The solution is not political, it is a spiritual (lack of virtue and ignorance of our power). The way to take back control is to grow in virtue and to dispel ignorance. Read this on the Supreme’s ruling in US vs Williams; it’ll knock your socks off…

        http://ww2.nationallibertyalliance.org/more-us-vs-williams

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    • yy4u says:

      I have been waiting for someone to say this. That said, aren’t we already seeing a third party? Socialists (former Democrats) vs Democrats (former Republicans) and now Donald Trump who is being attacked by both the Socialists and the Democrats (former Republicans)? Am not being rhetorical; that the Establishment Republicans have taken the place of the Democrats of yore is becoming more and more obvious to me.

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      • ron says:

        Interestingly, this attack of the GOP on Trump only gives the go-ahead to Reagan Democrats who like Trump but hate the GOP.

        Liked by 2 people

      • jackphatz says:

        The rising interest in the Socialist Party by the illogical Millennials is serious. This is an area that Trump must address as a candidate (you’ll never see any other candidate mention this, and we should ask why), how Socialism is inherently anti-American.

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    • I agree and it needs to have “America” or “American” in its party name. And the idea of a political party being a “private club” is revolting. Aren’t elections “public”, about the “public” and for voting in “public” officials. Only conflicts can result from a private entity controlling public elections.

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    • Louis Tabor says:

      Nope. I think Mr. Trump should win as a Republican and create his own party, mid-term, after he is elected. Cool idea huh?

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      • jackphatz says:

        Any change in any party will require massive amounts of cash. Trump can not financially back a party. Question is, are there enough very wealthy people out there, minus the greed of Wall Street, willing to back an entirely new political machine?

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      • k9puppy says:

        I refer to myself as a Trump Republican. Really I am a Constitutionalist since the GOP left me, and while I like the Tea Party per se, I left them, and I was w/out any party until Trump came along, now I am a member of his party. I like that Trump is a little bit of everything because that is what I am, a little bit of everything, but first and foremost I am an American.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      A third party — and more backroom deals and “alliances” ala the system in place in Europe than what we have now — how would that work?
      This is rather like those who support secession: split the country, we get two or more separate, smaller (and much weaker, poorer) countries with strategically less defensible borders than what we have now — how will that work? How will that safeguard the former American people, and what about that Constitution? It will be gone. What then?

      I understand the frustration and the desire for a quicker, surer fix….but sometimes what seems easier is more problematic in the long run.

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    • or it’s just time for a 2nd Party in order to run against the entrenched
      Ruling Class.

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  2. joshua says:

    who is the blond bimbo in the middle on good morning on Fox….she has a michelle obama attitude sounds to me like….

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    • She had to put a plug in for Haley there at the end for all the ‘wonderful things she has done for SC’…what the heck was that? Was that a ‘plug’ for the ‘woman’ Governor by a fellow woman so that we can all hear how wonderful she really is? It had nothing to do with the discussion at all. Argh, this media en mass is nothing but a bunch of wannabe politicians and celebrities that think their opinion is somehow relevant.

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      • LoreneTN says:

        Or was it that coward Haley removed the confederate flag from the state capital. Does she have any other “accomplishments?”

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        • WSB says:

          Nikki just handed the nomination to Trump. Called the Statehouse. They are being bombarded. Laced into the poor operator who answered the phone.

          South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley
          State House
          P.O. Box 11369
          Columbia, SC 29211
          Fax:(803)734-5167
          Tel:(803)734-2100 11/02
          email: governor@govoepp.state.sc.us
          web: http://www.state.sc.us/governor

          Liked by 12 people

          • Doodahdaze says:

            South Carolina has had enough of these republican traitors.

            Liked by 3 people

          • JSBachLover says:

            Thanks for that email address. I just sent her one, which says:
            Dear Gov. Haley:
            I think you need to read this: Mark Stein on “The Stupid Party Gets Even Stupider.”http://www.steynonline.com/7418/the-stupid-party-gets-stupider

            If your judgment is so lacking that you can’t see a problem with attacking the presidential frontrunner from your own party — who is there are many good reasons, none of which you seem to be able to comprehend — I pity the people of your state.
            And if that’s the case, then you, Madame, are an idiot. And so are those who told you to take this approach.

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            • Sentient says:

              I don’t trust Steyn (even though I enjoy his sarcasm). HHe ends by calling Trump a “monster”, and he, like others, willfully conflates Cruz with Trump. Steyn is smart enough to understand that if Trump comes up shy of 1,236 committed delegates, the establishment will nominate someone THEY like: Bush, Rubio or Ryan. This is a mutiny. You either get behind Trump to help him get to 1,236 or you might as well cut off your own balls and mail them in to Rince Pubis. A vote for Cruz is a vote for Bush/Rubio/Ryan as nominee.

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              • ron says:

                If Trump comes up shy, he’ll deal with Cruz. Together they will dominate the convention. I see a Trump-Cruz ticket.

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                • Jtomka says:

                  Cruz is not elgible.

                  Liked by 3 people

                • RINOKiller says:

                  He is a Canadian thus Cruz is technically INELIGIBLE to even be VP.

                  Liked by 3 people

                • Sentient says:

                  If Trump comes up short, the delegates are free to vote for whomever they want. These are actual human beings – in many cases party hacks with dreams of moving up within their state party. Even if Cruz were not himself bought off by the establishment (which I highly doubt), Cruz cannot compel “his” delegates to vote for Trump (or vice-versa). If Trump doesn’t win on the first ballot, each and every delegate in Cleveland will be personally wooed/cajoled/threatened by the party apparatus within his/her state to vote for the establishment’s candidate of choice – and it will have NOTHING to do with votes cast in primaries and/or caucuses. If neither Trump nor Cruz gets 1,236 on the first ballot, neither will walk away as nominee.

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              • Martin says:

                I don’t like Steyn either. I still remember back in 2011 when he trashed Herman Cain while he was running for president.

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                • jackphatz says:

                  In hindsight, Cain was a very bad candidate. He’s lucky he’s not been Cosby’d .

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                • Pinkie says:

                  Cain was a bad candidate but stayed at on message — I can still hear “9–9 –9” quote. When he got off message he could be helpless remember “Uzbeki beki beki stan.” Trump would never let that happen, even when Hugh Hewitt ambushed him with the Quds. He was nimble enough to pivot to “Kurds.”

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                • Martin says:

                  If that’s was the case, then it didn’t say much for the rest of the field then. Romney was an even worst candidate IMO.

                  Liked by 1 person

                • Martin says:

                  Meant “worse”.

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            • tempo150101 says:

              She’s an adulteress. Of course her judgement is lacking!

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          • Craig W. Gordon says:

            Already emailed her this morning and told her she was wrong last night. She should be attacking the dems, not our best candidate hopefull Trump!
            The SC.gov website was locking up, I guess from people like me and I’m not from her state.

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          • We are tweeting her too. Here twitter: @nikkihaley
            DIRECT LINK HERE: https://twitter.com/nikkihaley

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        • Crassus says:

          Nikki Haley is just another Tea Party sellout like Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.

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      • Kent says:

        There are a lot of businesses moving into South Carolina….but I don’t think she deserves all that much credit.

        I lived in the Charleston area for four years back in the late 70’s/early 80’s and absolutely loved it…but after I got out the Navy I just couldn’t make a decent living there and moved back to Texas….seems things are better for the ‘common’ folk there now…and that’s a good thing.

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    • bpk1300 says:

      That blond bimbo is trying out for a perm position on the Curvy Couch so….of course, she will toe the Fox line vis a vis Ailes. That position pays well, all for the almighty buck…I noticed that Brian was a bit subdued as well…oh well, he is a megynbot for sure.

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      • Blondie went a little soft porn rubbing her legs for a moment, thought it was a little odd. But I haven’t had a TV for several years so perhaps that is “normal” now, but I don’t think so. Another Megyn Kelly!
        Then she stuck that promo for Nikki Haley at the end so Trump didn’t have time to respond.

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    • sixgeese says:

      Elisabeth Hasselbeck

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    • yy4u says:

      I agree. She is just awful.

      Liked by 1 person

    • IMO says:

      I noticed that too she acts like a real stiff like that other bimbo Megan Kelley.

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  3. Diane Maree says:

    Donald forgot to mention that Haley was willing to erase our nation’s history when she pulled down the Confederate flag. Donald was too nice in light of an attack by a first generation American and should have exposed her lack of assimilation. Haley is toast, anyway, but she needs a kick in the backside on her way out.

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    • DMorgan says:

      Forget Haley….she is just a puppet of the good ole boy GOPe network. We have to realize that the state GOP parties are mostly run by and for the business interests and are full of country club cronies. This is especially true of the southern states, where the good ole boys formerly in the Democrat party just crossed the street to the GOP. We the people have to start at the precinct level and begin to clean the whole party out as part of the Trumpian Revolution, or it will not make a long-term difference. Remember, the GOPe cleaned out the Reaganites from the federal government as soon as GHWB took office in Jan. 1989, and proceeded to go back to “normal GOPe order”. This was accomplished after the Gingrich “Contract with America” fizzled out by 1996. Since then we have had 20 years of the Uniparty, accelerated by the post-9/11 federal expansion. If you really want to see what the GOPe stands for, just look back at the 8 years of GWB Jr’s. administration.

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      • Doodahdaze says:

        Pathetic and desperate republicans. Their time is up. Tick, tick, tick……

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      • yy4u says:

        “This is especially true of the southern states, where the good ole boys formerly in the Democrat party just crossed the street to the GOP” And now, they’ve reverted to form and are the Democrats now that the former Democrats are frank Socialists.

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      • ron says:

        This only underscores the problem. Ryan’s budget capitulation infuriated Republicans, reminding them of their betrayal at the top, and now Haley’s speech does pretty much the same. Instead of calming the storm, she intensified it.

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    • hocuspocus13 says:

      …as Trump stated…he could care less

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    • WSB says:

      He also didn’t mention that she is an anchor baby.

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    • singtune says:

      Sounds like the “PEOPLE” are doing just that~! Since THEY are the “ONES” that Will Vote Haley OUT~!

      TRUMP’S Supporter’s have to TAKE ON part of this “Fight~~because~~~”The Entire Establishment “”GOP”~~the “Democrats”, along with most of the “MSM”~~~~are Going AGAINST TRUMP~! A “Candidate” can only do SO Much~~our Help IS Necessary~!

      From what the “WSB” just stated above :~~Sounds like :THE PEOPLE” are Doing the&r Job & Bombarding her & letting her know her “YUGE Mistake”~!

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  4. Martin says:

    Very pathetic by the dumb blonde to advocate for Haley at the end there. I think it’s safe to say now that Trump will not select any of the people left in the race or in the establishment as his running mate.

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  5. prettyplease says:

    There just is no cure for stupid…other than vote ’em out of office. TRUMP 2016!

    Liked by 12 people

  6. beaujest says:

    Nikki should take the family on vacation to Cologne,Germany !

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  7. bullnuke says:

    Haley continues to burn bridges with the conservatives here in SC. After last night’s performance any endorsement she hands to one of the establishment republicans will mean squat. Go ahead, say you are for Rubio or Bush…I dare ya.

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    • WeeWeed says:

      We need to support anyone running against her…. 👿

      Liked by 1 person

      • USA Patriot says:

        Dittos — Primary first and if necessary an Independent for the general. This should be the template for all the RINOs (RINO so sounds antiquainted now)

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        • yy4u says:

          Unfortunately, you have to break eggs to make an omelet. The GOPee are not going to go quietly, so we have to be ready to stay home or vote third party (Libertarians are always on the ballot even though they cannot win). This hands the election to the Democrats but unless the GOPee loses big, they’ll keep on doing what they’re doing.

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      • Crassus says:

        Haley just got elected to a second term in 2014 and can’t run for a third term. She can’t be primaried out of office. The only way South Carolinians can take their revenge is to not vote for her should she run for another office.

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      • Crassus says:

        Haley has already won a second term as governor and cannot run for a third term. You’re a little too late when you call for supporting anyone running against her. You should have done that back in 2014. Sucker. The only way you can get back at Haley now is to vote against her should she run for another office.

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      • Summer says:

        I will not vote for her next time. Enough is enough. I hope someone other than a commie Dem lawyer would challenge our Indian princess. Nobody of substance runs against Nikki and Lindsey: that’s how these ladies get re-elected here. Being a life-long Independent, I don’t vote in any Primaries; I guess it is time to change that and start paying more attention…

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    • KBR says:

      Bullnuke, Donald Trumps poll numbers are high in SC. Apparently Nikki Haley doesn’t worry about that fact at all. I am surprised that there hasn’t been a petition sent round to denounce her outright statement against the Republican frontrunner of SC in her state.

      By doing so she is also stating that she denounces the majority of R voters in her state.
      Any stirrings of resentment from SC voters for her insult to themselves?

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  8. KBR says:

    What is the process for the people to begin a procedure for impeaching a governor in SC?
    SC state should have some remedy for this purpose.

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    • Have a RECALL vote like they did in Wisconsin against Scot ‘to trot ‘ Walker.

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    • Dave says:

      Get involved in establishing a common law grand jury in your county. The grand jury has the right to indict anyone for any wrongdoing, the key: is there any wrongdoing?

      The grand jury’s functional independence from the judicial branch is evident both in the scope of its power to investigate criminal wrongdoing, and in the manner in which that power is exercised. “Unlike a court, whose jurisdiction is predicated upon a specific case or controversy, the grand jury ‘can investigate merely on suspicion that the law is being violated, or even because it wants assurance that it is not.

      ~ United States vs Williams quoting United States v. R. Enterprises

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  9. Serpentor says:

    Nimrata Randhawa confirmed what we all knew, but she was bold enough to go on TV and tell the world. The GOPe must be defeated.

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    • liberty2828 says:

      She removed the Confederate Flag from South Carolina.

      Not a good visual as an American citizen and Governor.

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      • KBR says:

        Next photo she will be wearing a hijab.
        If she wears a burka you won’t know it’s her, so that’s the only reason she doesn’t already have a photo like that, that we know about!

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        • tempo150101 says:

          I wonder if she wears that while cheating on her husband!

          Will Folks: We never took our clothes off that first night, but the physical relationship between us progressed much faster than I expected. After sliding the front seats of her SUV as far back as they would go, Nikki climbed on top of me – rubbing her crohtch (sic) back and forth over the growing buhlge (sic) in my pants while I groeped (sic) her ahss (sic) and ran my hands through her hair and up and down her back.

          Nikki Haley, another family values Republican! Like Larry Craig and Denny Hastert!

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      • she gets rid of the flag and then dons this???????
        my GAWD what has happened to the America I knew?
        it’s like waking up to a NIGHTMARE!
        DEMO all of Washington and REBUILD

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  10. Bull Durham says:

    This is how far the GOPe will go: they will subvert their own Congressional advantage in order to stop Trump as President. They would rather give up than see his policies become law.

    These actions of manipulation in the campaign are just beginning. They are subverting democracy as any tyranny would.

    Don’t ever forget that they are just a wing of the Establishment elite. Their fealty is to the Powerful who rule over America, Europe and all the vassal states of the Hegemon.

    The US government is just one component.

    Trump is taking the country’s true spirit forward. That is the heart and mind of the nation. But its government is owned by others. That is another crusade.

    What we saw and heard last night from whoreHaley is just the start.
    This is layered. It is deep. It is fanatic. It will get desperate.

    They have drawn a line, the firewall is SC.

    And the conclusion is this: the GOPe is ready to lose the general election, President, House and Senate, rather than empower the People and elect Trump.

    Power is their game. They care nothing for America. And all the rest of the candidates are with them. That is why they all are running for office. Not to Make America Great, but to attain a place among the Powerful.

    God Bless Donald, keep safe him and his family. Pray each day that this sacred campaign continues in safety, just as we pray for the security and safety of our nation.

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    • Linden says:

      SO well said.

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    • NCPatriot says:

      Rush just said the same thing about the SC firewall. He told us all that the GOP is pulling out all stops to build a SC firewall to stop Trump, and Nikki Haley attacking him in the rebuttal is just the start. So———all you SC Trumpsters—get ready for the battle !

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    • USA Patriot says:

      Tell that to Rush — he was almost excusing the GOPe for just wanting to please the left media and that is why they sent Nikki to diss Trump. Please Note: the GOPe is not stupid or a left media victim but they are very cunning and hate Patriotic America First conservatives. We need to remove them all.

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    • Kent says:

      ….like….

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    • yy4u says:

      This is spot on, but I’d drop the name calling. Haley is just a tool, a pitiful example of a human being who is trying to get rich at the expense of the people who elected her. The Kingmakers will reward her.

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    • singtune says:

      Very Well Stated~!

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    • joshua says:

      you are SO ON TARGET….this is so much greater than an election….this is having a total outsider with no blackmail photos to use on him, get into the seat of POWER and ability to open up OLD FILES and INFO…..Trump is my man, but I do fear for the pandora’s box he has ahead of him.

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    • my guy and me prayed over the phone tonight. Trump is really up against satan basically and it’s almost like a real life action drama where the hero goes in and kicks butt, destroys the enemy and saves the place.
      we do know very very powerful people at the top and even Obama himself want to get rid of Trump. only God Himself can protect Trump from them, SS helps but this is much bigger than that. We must pray every day for him and his family. these are murderers that will stop at nothing, clintons, bushes, and obama, and then there’s the whole slew of foreigner enemies.

      really such deep darkness in our government. i’m feeling it full force after being gone for many years, only coming back for brief few months and ZERO TV.

      the changes Obama’s made and the GOP pussification is immense and shocking.

      i made the mistake of clicking on the video without cueing it and got a glimpse of OBAMA, he talked about muslims as though this was an islamic country????
      and truly am i shocked beyond belief how bad things are. total TYRANNY. What would we do without Trump? Thank GOD He sent us Trump to save the Republic.

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  11. Martin says:

    Btw, doesn’t Haley look like actress Angie Harmon and the daughter of actress Ali MacGraw?

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    • Martin says:

      Meant to say “like she would be the daughter of actress Ali MacGraw”?

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    • John Galt says:

      If they had chipmunk teeth and took too many hockey pucks to the nose.

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    • Haley holds a LOT of anger tension in her mouth area, and I see a lot of anger energy in her. i think she is dangerous in certain ways.
      she is not a friend of SC, going against her own constituency, her own people.

      Folks, it appears to me that US has been taken over, invaded from within. There is a GREAT divide between the “leaders” and the people. It’s palatable. We are in a polite war, they are getting close to becoming dictators, polite dictators. US seems to be in a polite dictatorship inching more and more control.

      Obama has a lot of anger as well. Even hate. The entire spirit of the room he was in was full of darkness. Obama is the source. There’s something very wrong going on. So much darkness in that man. He is also ill. 1 more year!!

      Trump has life in him, he is energetic and oozing with positive energy and lots of LOVE for us and all of America.

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  12. Pinkie says:

    I guess she’s off the short list

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  13. bpk1300 says:

    when I see that picture of DJT touching that soldier cheek, it gives me shivers and I am so proud that he is for the military. Trump 2016

    Liked by 11 people

    • JunieG says:

      He has a loving heart.

      He is a lightning rod of false accusations. He never said anything hateful, but just expressed anger at criminals.

      Best and most patriotic man to run in memory, and they’re all out to stab him in the back.

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  14. Linden says:

    Your state constitution would have to permit recall of public officers.

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  15. Craig W. Gordon says:

    Makes me wonder how Trump is going to maneuver once he becomes President. Opposition from both sides of the aisle. My thinking is he is going to be calling out allot of the fake repubs publicly! Man, we have tons of work to do to turn this establishment mess around. It all starts with great leadership. Go Trump2016!

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    • LoreneTN says:

      He will do it by speaking directly to the American people and get their backing.

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    • KBR says:

      Each person needs to be vetting and re-vetting all officials NOW, and you should know when they come up for re election. Support the best choice get out the worse choice.

      This year we won’t have a lot of candidates at local levels brave enough to risk party wrath and come out for Trump (until he wins the nomination in spite of the GOPe of course.)

      Look back, for example and see who in your state voted for Omnibus.
      Get ready and vote in your state knowing full well who you are voting for and why.

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      • Craig W. Gordon says:

        Our Con. Rep. Scott Ridgell (R) has been a huge let down. We began writing to his office over a year ago letting him know our concerns a total of 7 times. His voting record went south from a conservative standpoint. Funded Planned Parenthood, Omnibus, PPT, etc. We even called the office to ask him why he hasn’t written back and spoke to his office helper who sounded 13 years old. No phone call back, either.

        Last straw was when Ridgells wife sent a ‘holidays best wishes’ email card. I replied back to her saying take me off the email list because her husband voted to fund killing babies! Haven’t gotten anymore mail from them since.

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        • yy4u says:

          Rigel is my rep. too. He’s no better than having a Democrat. I’m voting Libertarian when he runs next time. If enough of us do that, the Dem. will wind and maybe two years later, we can elect a REAL Republican not Democrat who won’t admit that’s what he is.

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          • Craig W. Gordon says:

            Exactly. I even told Rigell (R) he voted like a democrat in my emails. I just wanted an explanation from him why? Crickets. He will not get my vote again. I’ll write in before voting for him. I’m curious how close David Brat (R) is with Rigell. Almost emailed Brat to get his take on the behind the scenes point of view. Brat has a great track record.

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        • Rep. Tipton from Colorado is BIG disappointment. Really like Rep. Ken Buck so far. Sen. Cory Gardner, another disappointment.

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      • Bruce Fauth says:

        Dave Brat (whom we elected to kick out Cantor) did not support it. And the GOP elite will gladly aid anyone that would like to primary him this spring. You can’t fix stupid.

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    • USA Patriot says:

      We can help Trump by Primaring the GOP leadership starting with focusing on Ryan — than one by one.

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    • Trumped says:

      He will make deals. We will push the incumbents to work for Trump with daily calls. Or they will be tarred and feathered.
      The elitist globalist uniparty people who are known to not work for the people we have to push out!
      Then we have to vet every candidate and keep them in check once they enter D.C. .

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      • yy4u says:

        Probably not possible. The Incumbent GOPees work for the Kingmakers, not the people. They’ve proved that time and time again. If we vote them out, they just go to work (like Canter) for the Kingmakers. Only way to prevent this is not to elect them in the first place.

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    • singtune says:

      It will become OUR JOB, as is Right~! We will VOTE them out, ~~then Support TRUMP fully, when we still HAVE “Some of these Traitors’~~ in Congress~! Let the Traitors find out~~they are NOT wanted anymore. “WE are the PEOPLE” ~~~& WE will BEGIN to “Take Charge Again”~! ~~~~~ It has been a LONG LONG TIME~!

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  16. hocuspocus13 says:

    It’s good to know where our current Politicians stand with America and the needs of the American People

    Hope they are all voted out… 🇺🇸

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  17. chasingfacts says:

    Incredible the way the GOPe is trying to characterize their opposition as angry-

    No- this is BLOWBACK for years of misdirection and deceiving voters right up to the last election;
    and as recently as this last “budget” bill congress passed.

    Didn’t you notice the cold silence that followed that 2012 loss. That was stunned and disgusted realization that the Repubs were as big a liars as were the best of the Dems.

    Time for the GOPe to learn a lesson in American government- small g

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  18. Reality Wins says:

    President Trump should use the term ‘common sense’ whenever he talks about immigration. As in, “I’ll bring common sense to the enforcement of our immigration laws.” And, “It is time we brought common sense to our immigration policies.”

    If he keeps hammering them with that he paints any opponents as lacking common sense.

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    • Martin says:

      I think he’s been doing that which is pretty much the whole theme of his campaign.

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    • margo says:

      NO! “Common Sense” is frequently over used by BHO and most politicians, just like “bipartisan”, “comprehensive”, and “across the aisle” all are abused. I hope to never, ever hear these words come from anyone’s mouth, especially from our guy!

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      • Rev21v3n4 says:

        Totally agree. “Common sense” has been corrupted, just like pretty much everything else. I want: this is what we are going to do, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down that wall!”–and do it. Or, in present day terms, “We are building that wall. Thanks for the check Mexico.”

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      • USA Patriot says:

        Use bring back “law and order” starting from the top. many years ago this used to be a staple of the GOP — downhill since Ronnie.

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    • amjean says:

      Personally, I like “I will enforce immigration laws”
      better.

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  19. Halley wants to be the Veep on someone’s ticket, other than Trump, so she is kissing up to the GOPe.

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    • She an anchor baby like Marco? Might be legal now but not once Trump gets in office and nixes it. Or both Haley and Marco are not natural born citizens so both out just like Cruz.

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    • tempo150101 says:

      Nobody is going to vote for an adulteress and for those of you who believed her denials, do you believe them now?

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      • amjean says:

        Whether she is an “adulteress” or not is of no
        value to me as a political reason not to
        support someone. Now, if she is a serial
        adulteress I would then question her values
        as well as her husbands. Other than that,
        their personal failures are not my business
        unless they are repeat offenders.

        I want a small government conservative speaking,
        constitution protecting, plain spoken man such
        as Trump; actually, only Trump fits that description.

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    • yy4u says:

      Bush/Haley, I can see it now. Landslide for Hillary.

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  20. We hear much about how Trump is harming the Republican “Brand.” This raises the question as to what exactly is the “Brand.”

    Is it a set of Promises?? — Cannot be that, they are always broken.

    Is it a set of Policies?? Maybe, as long as they are understood to be whatever Obama and Reid want; or on occasion the corporate lobby, or Wall Street, or other associated Washington Beltway interests.

    Is it a set of Principles?? Worth consideration as to what they might be. 1) Contempt for the taxpayer while using their money for ends against taxpayer interest.. 2) Smug lectures condemning the taxpayer for extremism when they object to this use. 3) Finally dismissing the taxpayer as without importance or even relevance as their opinions are vulgar and ignorant.

    Given this, it seems that the “Brand” is a Party of Lying, Selfish, Opportunists; or more topically the Election Year Lie To Your Supporters Party. Consider for a moment that this crowd goes to Karl Rove for advice. Contemplate that.

    Not a “Brand” I, for one, choose to associate with.

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  21. Tonawanda says:

    They hate us! They really hate us!

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  22. Haley is another crass joke making true conservatives who voted for her look like fools. She disgusts me and has since the whole confederate flag fiasco. How dare her get up there and say the blame needs to be spread around. F&(k her and the elephant she rode in on. Gawd, she is sickening. I had to shut her off after a couple minutes – can’t take any more of these ‘pub morons. What a gross disappointment she has turned out to be.

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  23. NCPatriot says:

    The Republican party damaged their “brand” a long time ago——–but, come election time, all of a sudden, they are “conservative”—-and common sense people like Trump are not. Same old, same old. We out here in the hinder lands are past angry. We are DONE !

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  24. Paco Loco says:

    Splody heads everywhere !….”I’m tired of all of this S$%T and I cant take it anymore”. My God the Republicans are the stupid party. For them its all about money and power (in that order). Believe me, all of those SOB’s that go to DC are there to make their fortune off the back of the hardworking people. Its to the point where we will have to fire them all. I dont see many Tea Party Patriots elected to congress waving the Gadsten flag these days. Dont Tread On Me ! They all get corrupted as soon as they get to Washington.Trump will be elected to be POTUS by mainly middle class voters who are rejecting both parties who are awaking to the reality of the Uniparty and its intent to destroy the Constitution and all of the other sacred American institutions. The real work will begin Jan 20 2016 when Trump takes office and has to begin the process of unwinding all of Obama’s executive actions and dealing with the Uniparty congress who will try an sabotage anything Trump puts forth. All we can do now is try to identify Senate and House candidates that actually represent conservative positions. Unfortunately they are hard to find or trust.

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  25. Doodahdaze says:

    Uprising.alien uprising youtube

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  26. tempo150101 says:

    Steyn:

    Trump is a monster of the GOP elite’s creation. And their solution to it is to use what’s meant to be a rebuttal to the President as a rebuttal to their own leading candidates and the two-thirds of their voters who support them. Truly this is the dumbest political party on the planet.

    http://www.steynonline.com/7418/the-stupid-party-gets-stupider

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  27. Pinkie says:

    I’m actually quite impressed with Trump’s measured response to Haley. Rather than take the bait and slam the door on her, he replies that “well she hasn’t gotten off to a good start.” It’s the sort of mild rebuke that he might give to a wayward subordinate in the Trump Organization.

    Trump is not a firebreather but rather a guy who knows how to run things. Trump knows when to go for the jugular (e.g.,Bill/Hill and the sexism colloquy) and knows when to hold back. His objective is to remake the GOP, not destroy it.

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    • yy4u says:

      Agree. He’s starting to act presidential, i.e. “speak softly and carry a big stick.” If he wins, and I pray that he does, Nikki Haley will not have a political future. She put her eggs in the Establishment basket; we’ll see what happens.

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    • On MSNBC This afternoon he repeated that Haley was very weak on immigration, etc, but to your point, when asked, Trump said Haley is a nice woman but I obviously disagree with her personally. He is savvy and smart and constantly underestimated. They hoped to use Haley to provoke an “anti woman” response, and he isn’t taking the bait.

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    • The great response when Trump said “She asked me to contribute to her campaign, she asked me for a LOT of money.” And then I think he said something like she’ll come around again asking for money.
      She sounded so pathetic after he said that. It brought her down to reality and her political prostitution, political street walker. TRUMP WAS MAGNIFICENT. What could she even reply back to THAT?

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  28. rashamon says:

    Responding to O’s refugee advocacy, this article clearing states the definition AND, further down, notes who are ineligible. The operative words are “aliens who advocate or teach…force, violence, or other unconstitutional means…” — clearly the doctrine of Islam.

    Frankly, I don’t know why the NGOs organizing the settlement of such persons aren’t being charged with treason.

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  29. budmc says:

    Last night was an opportunity missed by the GOPe. If Haley had went on the attack against Obama maybe they could have helped their cause. Attacking Trump was a really, really dumb move. They are too stupid to see that by attacking Trump they are attacking 40% of the voter base also. If attacking Trump worked he would be at 0 instead of 40.
    “Stupid is as stupid.does” – Forrest Gump
    “You can’t fix stupid” – Ron White

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    • R-C says:

      The ‘members in good standing’ of the GUP (“Globalist UniParty”) harbor a visceral hate toward US–that is to say, “We, the People”.

      Last night, their animosity boiled over during what should have been a broadside against a terrible, terrible president after his last, final, ain’t-gonna-be-no-more-of-’em ‘state of the union’ debacles. Instead, they breathtakingly lashed out against the front-runner in their own party.

      It was a reflexive ‘hit’; Pavlovian. They simply couldn’t help themselves. Think back to George Will, the nitwit who called Trump a ‘bloviating ignoramus’; or any number of other slurs cast his way–they are not used to anyone standing up to them and opposing them.

      I’m pondering the situation–unheard of, ever (I think)–a party ‘leadership’ utterly out of control; emotionally UNHINGED, lashing out at their own front-runner. That tells you what they think are their own voters.

      It also tells you that the [so-called] ‘leadership’ of the republican party, having driven away its own party base, still believes they have control over that base. As we all know here, they do NOT. That reality has still not smacked them in the face like a bucketful of ice water…but it will, soon.

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      • They seem to hate the American culture more than the American people per se. BLM and other subversive groups I am not seeing the hate and vitriol against. It seems to be directed at the American culture we all grew up in (pre-Obama period). They call it “white” but it is really not even skin color but of CULTURE.

        Obama brought change and they like that change.

        Unfortunately for them we are experiencing a REVOLUTION of sorts. Their LEFTIST festival cannot keep going on, they know it and we feel it. The world is turning. The old shoes don’t fit anymore, our feet are literally growing and splitting the leather. Nothing lasts forever and Obama’s reign of darkness is almost over. He can go apply for a job over at the UN if he’d like, but from the looks of him he’s ill and frankly I don’t know who’d want him anymore. Even US ally lapdog Italy hates him, and the right in France and other allied countries are all on to him. Merkel will be out of office before her time ends in 2017.

        People everywhere are getting tired of the LEFT. Look what they brought us all!

        ONE MORE YEAR! After that there is massive amounts of work to do to rebuild America including our spirit. Americans don’t mind tough times, but corruption is really starting to wear thin!

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    • USA Patriot says:

      Not stupid — hateful at Trump and his commoners. Well stupid too,

      Liked by 2 people

  30. You knew the fix was in for Haley as VP when they drug her out to do the flag dance. I apologize to my fellow American-loving Americans for this GOPe clown being the governor of my state of SC.

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  31. Bull Durham says:

    Pensacola today for Donald. Should be a hot rally. Donald probably will be skinning some Rhino hide tonight.

    As for Haley, she is like mayonnaise. Ideologically spreads easily for the dominant males of the GOPe. A supplicant female who has not gotten any traction for half a decade because she has no backbone. Submission is not a good feminine quality. Could have had a great career, but she accepted the dictates of the GOPe and sold out. Loser.

    Imagine the opportunity Haley wasted to bring millions of Americans to the Party. Instead, she drove a wedge. Think of the Snake and why Trump read that poem. And when he read it. And who the Snake is. The GOPe is the Snake and the vicious reptile bit Lady Liberty’s breast.

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  32. haha says:

    Would like to hear Trump talking about the problem with LEGAL immigration. There are too many foreign guest workers here driving down STEM and other salaries but I rarely hear him say that. If all he does is rail against illegal immigration that isn’t much different than what the GOPe SAYS.

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    • Jason says:

      it’s on his radar I’m pretty sure. Definitely has covered it before but not part of his regular stump speech. IMO better he stay on task with the illegals, it’s the high ground and easily defended… similar to the “pause” in muslim immigration. He’s catching major heat for both, but the majority of Americans know he’s right and are more likely to accept and adopt his proposals.

      If he goes all out for all immigration at this point, he gets into the weeds… is HB1 the issue, HB2… which industries are being negatively impacted, which are more of a need. Go back and look at some of his earlier interviews, definitely a focus of American’s first, import only if there aren’t enough to fill the need (and not need for cheaper labor).

      Sticking on message though is a good/better way to go. Easy to see where he stands and contrast it against his competition. Once he’s in, then he can move to tackle other issues as well. IMO

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    • Sentient says:

      Don’t let your “perfect” be the enemy of the good. If Trump hadn’t said “rapists” and “wall” back in June, all of the GOP candidates (including Cruz) would be arguing about the niceties of how long illegals would have to wait before they’re granted US citizenship.

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    • Martin says:

      He’s been doing this.

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  33. Bull Durham says:

    Great news. Aljazeera cable is folding, last day in April.

    As for New York Values, how many thousands of New Yorkers have been dissed by Cruz?
    I picture all the cops and firemen running to the Twin Towers, all the civilians who ran to the collapsing buildings (three buildings), all the men and women who tossed caution aside and ran into the dust and smoke and debris. 72,000 have adverse health results. Thousands have died of cancers. And Cruz disses New York Values like he was talking about pizza crusts.

    The people of NY send a forearm and middle finger salute to the Maple Leaf Candidate who has Canadian values. Sorry, Calgary Cruz, you are crap, an immigrant who was naturalized, and we know why you had to have dual citizenship. Two Faces.

    Cruz—Can’t be Trusted.

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    • stringy theory says:

      Well stated and exactly right IMO. Cruz shoots from the lip before he gets that “spectacular” brain of his engaged. Not only is Cruz’s feeble effort to diss Trump a flop, but it will have the opposite effect of its intent. Pastor Ted, the Canadian, is running out of gas and I can’t wait for his plane to make a hard landing.

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    • Sanj says:

      Two citizenships for two faces and dual loyalties

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  34. Martin says:

    Still think Cruz is not an anti-establishment candidate? Think again:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/01/13/nevada-attorney-general-endorses-ted-cruz/

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  35. joshua says:

    should something dire happen to donald trump, before election, or as president….what will we KNOW about what and why? Are we still wondering about the bay of pigs, the assassination of JKF, MLK Jr, Death of John Tower and Sen John Heinz, the watergate coverup, the iran contra affair, all the unanswered but tragic horrors that have happened, and the only seeming place to know the info is somewhere in the owners and controllers of the MSM, the CIA, and the Globalist bankers and industrialists.

    Trump can make America great…if he is allowed to do so…but with all the parties that have to lose out or be revealed along the path….I fear his OUTSIDERSHIP makes him lethally vulnerable to being prevented from his mission. I hope I am wrong…but so much has been cloudy in the USA since my College Graduation in 1963….and I no longer know who to believe and much less who to trust.

    This is more than an election….this is an attempt to MAKE AMERICA TRUSTWORTHY and HONEST.

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  36. dizzymissl says:

    Behind the scenes with Donald Trump’s ex-butler

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  37. Lou says:

    Obama is claiming Trump is vandalizing mosques??? whoa!! I’d ask Trump to ask for some clarification.

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  38. NJF says:

    Interesting….

    Watching CNN & Blitzer is interviewing King Abdullah. He asked, “trump has called for a ban of Muslim i migrants/refugees how do you respond to that.”

    A: “you are n the middle of a presidential campaign and I don’t feel it’s right for you to ask another foreign leader to comment on any one persons platform.”

    Also, when speaking of Isis and its connection to is,am.

    A: we are fighting a civil war within Islam. And it’s away we must win.

    Very interesting answered my opinion.

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  39. jeff B. says:

    I would consider Trump a progressive-conservative…. and I am right along with him… #Trump2016 the LION party has roared….

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    • USA Patriot says:

      I would like to get rid of the word conservative — to bastardized and convoluted meaning. Need something Pro-America (n) that states clearly patriotic values, not Wall Street spinner values to enrich themselves.

      Dubai Ports Rush is still calling the phony cascade of GOPe candidates “conservative” — quite a spin job by Rushbo.

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  40. R-C says:

    If the GUP had tapped ME to deliver last night’s rebuttal, I think I would have delivered a brief talk along two major lines of thought. I’d call it my “Never Again” speech:

    First, I would have celebrated the fact that this was the final SOTU address by this particular president:

    “That was IT, America! This president’s final SOTU address is over with. We’ll never have to sit through another demoralizing SOTU talk delivered by this delusional president.

    “Never again!…will you be forced to hear this president lecture you on his warped beliefs; never again will you be forced to endure his endless platitudes; his twisted logic, or his so-called ‘achievements’.

    “Never again!…will you have to endure a speech laced with dozens of personal pronouns. –“I”, “me”, “my”; over and over again. America, those days are now OVER. Our long national nightmare is finally near an end. There IS light at the end of the tunnel!” (Something along those lines.)

    And second, I’d have turned to ‘current events’: “Amid that blizzard of personal pronouns and non-achievements, your president somehow failed to mention what happened today in the Straits of Hormuz…” I would then have eviscerated the entire administration for its continuing incompetent foreign policy; its perpetually out-of-their-depth cabinet members; and its proclivity to cashier every decent military officer in the chain of command.

    (…But, no. We got a weak, hand-wringing GUP’er, lashing out at our front-runner.)

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  41. TwoLaine says:

    The Salty Girls Rebut the SOTU.

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  42. I think Ms Haley’s rebuttal was perfect! Please keep showing your true colors GOPe…please, please, please!! Signed, your worst nightmare….an informed wolverine!
    #Trump2016

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  43. joshua says:

    what did REAGAN do when Iran attacked one of our naval ships? He brought hellfire to them….

    http://theresurgent.com/what-reagan-did-when-iran-assaulted-a-navy-ship/

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