Fearlessly Confronting the Furnace of Hate….

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  1. NJF says:

    Trump was on BOR. ok interview. Spoke about economy & debt, not sure people will understand what he’s saying.

    Evidently he didn’t use the F word. “I said, get the F Out of here.” Media is not spinning it that way.

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    • petszmom says:

      didn’t know anyone still watched faux news…lol

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      • Yep.. It kind of bothers me that people still watch them.knowing Murdoch is open border and a globalist. You just give the enemy more press and more money and more power. Why can’t people stay off there and just get the info from the internet. Now, we are on fb, which seems to be the only way right now to spread information..Hopefully someone will start a new and better way to get info out there, before there is no freedom to do so. I keep praying for Trump, but with Microsoft now doing the tallying, how safe is our vote to fraud. This is our last chance and our children’s last chance.. I don’t want to even think about not getting this right.

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    • skifflegirl says:

      NJF: I saw that, too. It was frustrating for me because Bill didn’t seem to grasp the concept of how Trump planned to cut the $19 Trillion deficit.

      When Trump entices businesses to return to the U.S. by lowering/restructuring their tax burden, we will have more manufacturing, research & development, engineering and construction firms, etc., operating in America. The tax rates will have been lowered BUT THERE WILL BE MORE AND BIGGER COMPANIES HERE PAYING TAXES, instead of Europe, Asia or Mexico. We can pay down our debt through that and by negotiating better trade deals for government goods and services, cutting Federal bureaucracies AND PERSONNEL, plus many more Americans will be working and able to pay a FAIR share of income tax.

      I figured out what Donald Trump was describing but I got the sense that BOR was being somewhat obtuse. The dynamic economy Trump spoke of seemed like a very good, common sense solution to contain, control and cut the crippling national debt.

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        BOR is deliberately being obtuse to make it seem that what Trump is proposing won’t be easy to implement.

        Maybe one of the best things that Trump could do is put together 30 minute infomercials on explaining the TPP and why it is bad and the steps needed to eliminate the $19 trillion dollars in debt. The media has no intention on allowing him to explain it in a way that ordinary Americans can easily grasp.

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    • Michael Phillips says:

      I am so happy Donald Trump is focusing on slime of the donor class and their corruption of our government. When he explains it people get it.

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    • NFJ ~ always appreciate any info about the mainstream news interviews of DJT, because I know there are many sheep who will be watching those stations. We need DJT to get out in front of the masses via the mainstream media.

      I just can’t watch them anymore. We have stopped watching Fox since the first RNC debate. So any info you and others can share is also helpful for those of us who turned it off!!

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  2. Serpentor says:

    Love it!

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  3. joebal says:

    so tonight Levin is defending his boy from rubush and lindsey graham…

    (laugh now)

    and bleating the same ole gop mantra…

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  4. KitKat says:

    Here’s the ad.

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  5. sundance says:

    I’m putting this here for later reference.

    This is why Donald Trump will place no better than THIRD on Tuesday.

    TWO EVENTS in New Hampshire in the last four days. (Friday 0, Saturday 0, Sunday 1, Monday 1) of the primary is not the schedule of a person who wants to win.

    Sorry, the truth has no agenda and facts are facts.

    Third place, maybe Fourth – and the narrative is the campaign collapsed.

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    • AmyB says:

      What has happened?

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    • Howie says:

      Why do I want an Indie run? Ahhhh Dunno? What is a poor Treeper to do? I an not saying what I thinks. I get the drift. Gotcha.

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    • SD, so you don’t believe the weather was truly a factor for Trump missing in NH today? It’s not like he stayed home and hung out, he went to NC and rallied. He may still head to NH early and make some campaign stops? I respect your insight, so this is a huge blow.

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      • Sorry, SC is what I meant. This is upsetting.

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      • sundance says:

        No-one is more disappointed than I am, but facts are facts. Leaving the state wide open for his competition to grab up the undecideds is a HUGE (YUGE) mistake.

        I can’t fathom his stupidity at this point. There is no possible upside to his decision and scheduling. If he knew/believed, I mean really believed, that New Hampshire was as important as he claims, he would not have left anything to chance.

        No events on Friday or Saturday, and knowing the full weight of every oppositional force is going to skewer him at the debate, and knowing the media thrive on “over promise and under deliver”…. well, he’s either just done a really big stupid, or he has allowed the machine to defeat him mentally.

        The only outlying possibility is Ivanka’s pregnancy and her inability to guide him – but even that’s a stretch….

        Nothing about this looks good. Sorry.

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        • Thanks for breaking it down. If this the way it’s going to end, it makes me very sad.

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          • Ron says:

            Don’t be sad it’s quality not quantity that matters.

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              • Ron says:

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                • Yes, I retweeted it when Trump first posted it.

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                • KitKat says:

                  I posted this rationalization for his movements earlier, but here goes again. First of all he had to ‘copter to NH because his plane needed maintenance in NY. Then he had to ‘copter back to NY last night so the plane could take him to NH and then to SC today. If he had stayed in NH overnight, he would have woken up to the blizzard and would have had to cancel SC because the NH airport was closed. Plus schools were closed, so his event would probably been sparsely attended. So the best case scenario was the one that took place.

                  He tweeted he has moved his missed event to Monday, but it isn’t listed on his web site yet.

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                • Americat says:

                  AcuWeather was predicting around 6″ snow with white out conditions.

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                • TwoLaine says:

                  I checked when he 1st put this out. The town he was going to was under a RED Winter Weather Warning. It said 5-8 inches of snow was expected, and encouraged people to stay home or inside where it was safe from conditions. Schools had already been closed.

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          • Mikebrezzze says:

            What a total bummer, you think the emergency landing was an omen – threat?

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            • I don’t know – but all we can do is pray that he stays safe and strong against the powerful establishment machine.

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              • Mikebrezzze says:

                I’m so bummed out now, has Sundance been hacked? How can the guy who is 5 moves ahead and our guy Sundance who is 5 moves ahead be stupid? I don’t get it

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                • SD has the knowledge and the experience so I trust his insight. In addition, the CTH has always backed up articles with detailed research and facts, in other words, nothing is ever posted on a whim.

                  Having said that, I’m very bummed too but if Trump continues to fight the good fight, so will I.

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                • 2x4x8 says:

                  SD realizes there are quite a lot of undecided making up their mind in the last days. In Iowa, Trump had a great closure of Palin (teaparty) Sheriff Arpiao and Jerry Falwell Jr (evangelicals), many breaking voters went to Rubio and Cruz

                  Currently Trump has good Poll numbers + 9-21 RCP, it is the undecided that are being bombarded daily by the MSM without getting punched back

                  Trump turned soft on attacking Cruz, seen as a sign of weakness possibly, the mention of a Cruz VP slot, to maybe later on get Cruz voters to come on board shows Trump is gambling that Cruz is not owned by the GOPe (a Trump/Cruz better than Cruz/Rubio)

                  I see GOPe Rubio is held back in NH by GOPe Christie, Kasich and Bush who skipped Iowa, they are doing the Rubio attack, Cruz is not big in NH and the GOPe split, Trump should win

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                • dogsmaw says:

                  Sundance posted this, now you have the knowledge that he has foreseen…

                  For five years, he has been:

                  the same yesterday, today, and I expect will be the same forever.

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        • Howie says:

          Now, there are two bright sides.
          1. He gave it a go but the dopes were dopes.
          2. No matter what the E is exposed.
          3. The people might smarten up. Why should he have to grovel for a vote? I would not. Either you have a brain or not. I think he ought to go for a game of golf and take a break for fun. He owes the dopes nothing at all..
          JMO and I really do not care anymore. This is all too *ucked up.

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          • Ron says:

            Geez people Trump will win NH and swing into SC and win there too. You guys are over analyzing things. It’s Quality not Quantity that matters

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          • Trust No One says:

            @Howie, I’m beginning to think same as you. I’ve been reading about all the people that freaking don’t know who they are voting for three (3) days before an election! What kind of dopes are they? If they haven’t decided by now after the amount of time Trump has spent on TV, radio, rallies, news, Everywhere, then I think you’re right. If it were me after all that, I wouldn’t grovel either. Dumb clucks are just too stupid to vote if you ask me.

            You either are or you ain’t at this point. Geez, vote and let the chips fall. If they vote for some paid for junior Cuban or junior Cuban/Canadian, then the fall of the republic happens a little faster.

            Maybe I’ll just get tipsy and vote for Bernie and say the hell with it. I don’t care anymore. Disgusted.

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              • I agree with you, Ron. I am newer to the treehouse so I am not as experienced as everyone else in knowing Sundance’s ability to predict/knowledge of events. I am, in some way, trusting you guys because I have seen so many kindred spirits commenting here.

                But this seems like a highly defeatist thread. We DO need to rally. One of the best things about the DJT campaign is the “movement” aspect of it. The movement is US. It’s on twitter, it’s on Facebook, it’s on instagram, it’s on places like the Conservative Treehouse, the Marshall Report.

                I have to block the negativity because it has this effect of bringing me down, dampening my spirits, or worse – crushing my spirits/hope.

                DJT is all the hope we have (in my humble opinion)

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        • KBR says:

          Et tu, SD?

          Just when people get over Beck, Levin and the rest?

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        • dizzymissl says:

          Couple of things, NH is Corey’s state, so hopefully he can pull out a win. Other thing is Trump hired Sessions aide, Stephen Miller as senior policy advisor. Part of his job is debate prep so hopefully he can pull off a good debate

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        • Ron says:

          SD Trump did say he will be in NH from SAT till Weds, He will probably do some small town halls

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        • grumpy70 says:

          Sundance, what about the polls? Will people change that much in such short time?

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        • justfactsplz says:

          What made me uneasy was him going to AR instead of concentrating on NH. First things first. Another possibility is he realized after Iowa just how important a ground game is and it was too late to get it going for NH so he kind of wrote it off to concentrate and get things going on the ground in later states. I dunno but it sure does not look good for NH, I agree. It is what it is. The truth has no agenda but it isn’t always pretty. Wolverines!

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        • I think your jumping the gun. Everyone has been disappointed and disgusted as of late about the process, cheating, lying etc. that we have all seen. We have all wished Trump would not have done/said something or done something better as far as organization.

          Since this site has been a last refuge of sorts for Trump supporters, I really wish you could have waited to say this. We shall know for sure after Tuesday. Please withhold your judgement until then.

          I for one and waiting for the debate to see how he does. I have thought all week that there is going to be a debate surprise from Trump. I still think he can do this.

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        • smiley says:

          omg.
          I have had ominous misgivings since Iowa but did not want to say much.
          still don’t.

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        • citizen817 says:

          I respectfully do not agree with Sundance on the upcoming primary in N.H., and/or Trumps absence Friday because of bad weather. Yes, ideally he should have been there with his boots on the ground. He probably shouldn’t have left and taken that chance. Will it matter? I don’t think it is gonna matter, not even psychologically. In my thinking, and probably Donalds, he really won Iowa. In NH, a candidate gets even less delegates than Iowa…23 to be exact..split up, like pieces of a very small pie. Should Trump not win NH (I think he does), but comes in a strong 2nd, just as good, just not good psychologically for us treepers. As a gambling man (horse racing handicapper), you must pick your spots to bet. If I was a trainer, you must pick your spots to run your horse, for maximum benefit. I believe that our man is playing the long game…for maximum benefits, IMO.
          Coincidentally, the bookies have Trump odds on to win in NH
          http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/02/334786/

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        • georgiafl says:

          Trump has added an event for today at St. Anselm’s Institute: http://www.donaldjtrump.com/schedule/

          Hopefully, there will be other stops and meetings behind the scenes.
          Hopefully, there are ground troops in NH.

          Can Trump beat the busloads of M—–n door knockers from Beck/Romney resources and the Push-Polls and Subversive Mailers and other nasty CIA tactics and lies from the Cruz camp and whatever Rubio is dishing out in NH???

          IMVHO, Trump doesn’t answer some questions very well and doesn’t make his positions clear enough, especially where the Cruz and Rubio camps are putting out criticisms of him. The NH restaurant town hall is an example. Also, Trump needed to expand his platform list after Iowa to include health care, at least and a pro-life statement on his website would be a bonus.

          Did the incident with Trump’s plane or possibly threats to his family change the course of the campaign? George Wallace, Ross Perot and Ronald Reagan, possibly JFK, and other popular figures, have been threatened, and become targets of big money powers that be.
          These are evil people, who do not care about Christians being beheaded, historic churches and tombs being destroyed, women and children being r4p3d, unborn and post-aborted live infants being killed, dissected and their parts sold, or about 95 million Americans out of work, businesses being destroyed. Their hearts are as cold and hard as any ISIS warrior.

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    • nyflacon says:

      I disagree. Trump is winning NH.

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      • KBR says:

        Good to see you standing up for Donald Trump!

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      • Totally Domestic says:

        Please pray for Sundance. I do believe he has a melancholy streak.

        Cruz getting by with vote stealing was a blow. Microsoft/Rubio surge also. But I think Trump having no ground game was what did it.
        Trump thought this could be won by air power alone, but he needs boots on the ground!
        He has probably more foot soldiers than all the other candidates combined.
        He just has to mobilize them.

        I am glad that he is resting up a bit and prepping for the debate.
        I still believe Trump wants to win. It is Trumps to lose. It is all up to whether or not he still has the fire in the belly which some seem to doubt. Like the people did for Moses when he got weary, we must hold up his hands in prayer.

        His life and family have probably been threatened with the plane engine trouble as proof that they mean what they say. But, I believe that you are invincible if you have been raised up by God to save a nation. Somehow he needs to shake it off, shake it off.
        Sundance, you too!

        George Washington lead his troops through Valley Forge when it was the VERY WORST of times. He had his down moments too. But it was his perseverance and the fact that
        God put the wind in his sails to keep him going and give him the enemies secrets.

        Pray hard. I call for a day of fasting tomorrow, because the I truly believe the battle is fought in the heavenlies first.
        Then victory will come!!!

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    • KitKat says:

      I read a post yesterday from someone elsewhere, not a Trump supporter, who said, “Trump doesn’t want to win.” I have to admit, it struck a reluctant chord with me.

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      • Ron says:

        Kitkat really? We are just getting started and already you have a defeatist attitude

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        • KitKat says:

          I had mostly overcome my discouragement, and all my thoughts around it, until I read SD’s post.

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          • KitKat says:

            He knows much more about how elections work than I do.

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            • Ron says:

              I respect SD but on this item he is incorrect and maybe SD was giving you a gut check and from what I read in this thread you guys don’t handle it well. If we do our job, Trump will do his. It is up to we the people and the American people I know are strong and don’t need to be coddled to stand up and do the right thing. Quality is better than Quantity anyday of the week.
              One thing that SD left out was the true path to victory lies thru the south and the SEC primary. Iowa and NH are mainly spring boards to the SEC primary and the winner take all states. You can’t win the nomination without winning the south period. Those primaries are 10x more important than either Iowa or NH.

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              • Perhaps SD is giving the old gut check however, his psychology is bad and ill timed . I read his articles since Iowa with surprise, sadness and disgust. SD stinks of defeatism….. as do many others here. Your perfect champion has let you down by not bring in the big win in Iowa so now you second guess him at every turn and accuse him of not wanting to win .
                So just as in those old movies when the shock crazed woman is screaming” we’re all gonna die!” over and over, I am force to slap y’all across the face and firmly insist you “snap out of it” . Pull yourselves together. Our country needs us and by God we will take that hill or die on it.

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            • 2x4x8 says:

              Trump mentioning that “he was best to work with Reid and Pelosi to make a deal” may have turned off Trump supporters, conservatives failed to show up and vote for Romney, I did not see it as capitulation bad, but getting a bill passed in order to get a law and not use Executive Action

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      • edwalia1 says:

        Someone said? Is that all it takes? You can do better than that

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        • KitKat says:

          No that was not all it took. As I said, it struck a reluctant chord with me, which means the thought had been recurring to myself as an intuition, that I had been brushing off. Did he ever expect how much hate his jumping in was going to generate? From people who previously pretended to respect him when they wanted money from him? I don’t think so, and it must have shocked him, and was more than he bargained for. I thought he could might be thinking me and my family don’t need this degree of aggravation. And one of his strategies is sometimes to walk away from a deal.

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          • But he still returns to the table..

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          • kathyca says:

            um, yeah. I don’t think so. If ever anyone does, Donald Trump knows who is friends are and are not. You really think he’s not shrewd enough to know that people didn’t cozy up to shake him down for money. Really? He’s shocked and hurt that people don’t really respect him? I’ve heard everything now. I have no idea what makes people think Trump is some kind of naive rube who gets his feelings easily bruised. He’s among the shrewdest businessmen on the planet and has been swimming directly in the shark tank his whole life. Think of the fiends he deals with on the regular.

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    • But from what I understand the primary election is all rigged anyway, just like they did for RUIBO in Iowa, and we know Rubio hasn’t campaigned much in NH, neither has Cruz. Trump IS up the highest in the polls for NH and if Trump can stop the vote rig he can win. Because the establishment plans on rigging it so they won’t be expecting Trump to stop the rigging. That’s IF Trump knows about the rigging and how to stop it.
      We must keep hope!!!

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    • KitKat says:

      I thought he rebooked the event he missed today to do on Monday.

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    • Ron says:

      Sundance I will have to disagree with you on this. It is quality not quantity approach. and remember he did 5 appearances yesterday alone.

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      • KBR says:

        Some people would prefer to hedge their bets. If they pull for Trump, but at the same time criticize him, either way when it’s all done they can say “See I was right!”

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        • sundance says:

          No-one is hedging bets. Stupid is as stupid does, and this current behavior is stupid.

          There’s a debate on Saturday, then a thing called a football game on Sunday, you know the superbowl. Which essentially eliminates Sunday PM from any valuable campaigning.

          That’s how important Friday WAS.

          A critical Friday that Trump skipped.

          Now only the debate remains, and anyone with any political acumen at all knows what lay ahead at the debate….. in New Hampshire, home of the Bush Clan and advanced hierarchy of the GOPe…. Trump was already in hostile territory with every adverse interest pounding his supporters with fear and doubt. By accident or choice, he left them alone and exposed to the influence.

          That’s not hedging bets. That’s an honest review of the risk he put into play, a risk that was not necessary.

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          • Howie says:

            IMO Trump is making an offer. It is on the table. The people of New Hampshire can, take it or leave it. Let them vote. That is ow this works. They can have Rubio. Cruz, Bush, we will see. Lets vote!

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          • wheatietoo says:

            Why is New Hampshire so important?
            Why are any of these early primaries in hostile territory so important?

            Answer: they are important to the candidates who need big donor money to stay in the race.
            If they don’t do well…that big-donor money dries up.

            But this doesn’t apply to Trump. He is self-funding his campaign.
            He could lose all three of these early primaries and still keep going…and still win!

            I think that’s why he is visiting other states during this time period.
            This is his way of telegraphing what he can’t come out and say….that these other states are important too, and he is in this for the long haul.

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          • Please, please don’t be discouraged. A lot can happen in the next couple of days. For all you know, Trump is aware of something you are not.

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          • gumbopotblog says:

            This is just a hunch but the calculation from Trump’s campaign manager Corey, Trump needs Jeb to perform well in NH. A second place finish by Jeb and a third place finish by Rubio would be perfect.

            What this does is keeps the GOPe in flux. We cannot allow the GOPe to coelese around Rubio or Jeb until after Florida. Trump needs Rubio and Jeb in the Florida primary to split support. Florida is a very important state and despite the polls showing Donald doing well, it’s going to still be a very difficult state to win.

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          • 2x4x8 says:

            Fact is, Trump supporters are polled as being the most LOYAL, so being up 9 to 21 points with NO unified GOPe, means if the undecideds “split” Rubio, Bush, Kasich and Christie, no single one can rise enough to take over Trump’s lead

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          • dogsmaw says:

            Go ahead and vent then come back later to review :oP

            You probably have seen the same things said on every thread and it might be getting to ya 😦

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          • abstain says:

            Sundance – You’re ignoring the weather in New England. It was nasty. It came down in big sloppy flakes and there was a lot of wind. It was not weather to be traveling in.

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          • What happened to never give up..never quit.. I don’t see him doing this..giving up..unless there could be some threat against him and his family. Of course, I don’t know that, but I see nothing stopping him except something of this nature.. it is not him.

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          • ediegrey says:

            It would seem that our Sundance is very concerned.

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          • Jake says:

            Sundance – The fact that he has his own plane allowed him to make appearances in NH when everyone else was focused on Iowa. His lead in the polls is much bigger than it ever was in Iowa, so I don’t think that it is necessarily hostile territory. Granted, he skipped the Friday event, but he added 3 campaign stops to his 2 events on Thursday, including visiting a phone bank which is evidence of a ground game that may have been missing in Iowa. An interviewer at WMUR asked DT about retail politics and he replied that if he went to a pizza parlor it would be overcrowded. He does do the retail thing – he spends a half hour or more at every event shaking hands and signing autographs. In fact, at the debates, he is the only one to do that.

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      • KitKat says:

        I’m much appreciating your not wavering.

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      • Zennalou says:

        Ron, Thank you for all the post!

        I hope Trump or his team are not reading here. The very least we can do is offer encouragement and support while they work for us and to save this country.

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    • KitKat says:

      It look like there’s lots of room and time over the next 3 days to visit coffee shops, diners, meet and greet. I don’t think he’s going to sit in his hotel room all day waiting for the debate.

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      • Ron says:

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      • sundance says:

        You seem to be forgetting the Superbowl?

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        • Ron says:

          Superbowl can be watched from anywhere

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          • Howie says:

            ˇhis election is the Stupidbowl.

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          • froggielegs says:

            While Superbowl can be watched anywhere, Football /Superbowl fans have known for weeks where they are watching it and it won’t be on a mobile device while sitting in a coffee shop listening to someone talking politics. Especially with this being Superbowl 50. I love Superbowl even though neither of my teams are playing but, I still plan on watching every minute of it and wouldn’t break my plans to watch it to go to a rally. I wouldn’t care if I got a personal invitation from Trump himself. This is coming from someone who has been a fan of Trump’s for years not just during his campaign run.

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        • nyetneetot says:

          I wonder if he purchased air time during the halftime show….

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          • Trump Doing Something For First Time: Preparing For A GOP Debate
            Posted on February 5, 2016 by DCWhispers

            Donald Trump is doing his homework.

            Some around his his insurgent 2016 campaign are likely breathing collective sighs of relief over this fact and grateful to those responsible for getting the New York billionaire to do so – namely his oldest children.

            It is said it was the collective efforts of Ivanka, Don Jr. and Eric who huddled with their father recently and gently suggested it would be a good idea he “get ready” for the upcoming GOP debate on Saturday.

            Trump is no fool.

            One does not build, nearly lose, and then rebuild a multi-billion dollar real estate and media empire without a keen sense of when to attack and when to retreat. He has enjoyed great success, and it seems in private he was finally willing to admit that success can sometimes lead to potentially dangerous overconfidence. He knows this lesson well having survived past financial challenges that sunk the empires of many of his business contemporaries.

            “He hates losing more than he enjoys winning.”

            Trump does not consider Senator Ted Cruz to be his equal in anything and so after the Iowa results, the GOP front-runner alternated between bouts of disbelief, seething anger, acceptance, and then to a fiery determination to not let it happen again.

            Among Donald Trump’s most trusted advisers and confidants is a man named George. Trump will drop the name from time to time in public, by it is a relationship that remains largely unknown outside of the billionaire’s most immediate circle. If George provided support for the campaign concerns of the elder Trump offspring, that would be more than enough for the real estate mogul to sit up, take notice, and alter course. It is the ability to quickly do so that is the hallmark of anyone who succeeds in business at the level a Donald Trump has.

            Like a shark, Trump needs to always be moving. He was caught too motionless in Iowa, and it cost him, and while he hates to admit so publicly, he knows it to be true. His oldest daughter was apparently the first to let her father know of this, and she was also the one to remind him of who he was and what he is capable of. The Trumps have always been a close-knit group, and the children are both fiercely loyal to, and proud of, their iconic father.

            Read more at http://dcwhispers.com/trump-doing-something-for-first-time-preparing-for-a-gop-debate/#ss67jtGMvqOajdAi.99

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        • Raven says:

          I would go to a Donald Trump rally before watching or even attending a Super Bowl game any day of the week.

          This site is yours and you can say whatever you want, but these current comments of yours seem totally out of line and character for you. If you are afraid of the evil that runs this country and think one man can make a difference, please remember the prayer you include at the start of every day. That prayer is to the Lord, and He is the only One who can and will put our next President in place. Nothing we do, and nothing Donald Trump does, will change His plan for the United States of America and her citizens, unless and until we — as Christians — seek His face, humble ourselves and turn from our wicked ways.

          I pray our Heavenly Father will hear our cries for our country and heal not only our land, but each of us who feels battered by the evil surrounding us. That evil is so apparent in men who profess Christ but have satan living in them, men who gnaw at any good they see in others. I can only imagine what Donald Trump feels like right now, with vipers biting him and his familly at every turn.

          May the Lord, Jesus Christ, grant you His peace that is without understanding this night Sundance. For His glory and in His name we all ask.

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          • KitKat says:

            Sincere thanks for your post.

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          • dogsmaw says:

            Only the hand of God intervening to save our nation will do it, so keep the prayers going.

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          • LaVonne says:

            Thank you so much. In my church we fast once a month and do it to gain guidance in our lives or for a special purpose. This is a fast Sunday weekend and I am dedicating my fasting to guide Trump in the debate and for the people of New Hampshire to be receptive to Donald Trump. I have studied all of the candidates ad nausium and found them all wanting except Trump. The other day I was pondering why each of the candidates running and only one is running to make America great again. He is doing it for our country you and me. If I could ask each candidate a question in the debate I would ask them why are you running for President of the United States? I know why a few are. For example Marco Rubio wants to be the first Hispanic President. It would be very revealing what they say. May we all turn to God and put our trust in him and then do our part to save this great nation from destruction from within.

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          • Steele81 says:

            We attended the Little Rock rally and what I came away with was an intense feeling that I was to pray for Mr Trump. I can’t really explain it. But I am lifting Mr. Trump up. Prayers for safety, protection, wisdom, discernment, favor

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          • Arjun says:

            I am in shock at Sundance’s stance here. The battle has not even begun.
            Trump’s put everything out there. It is for the people to decide. If they decide to pick someone else after all the positives Trump will bring to the table, then we’ll deserve what may be coming down the pike.
            Trump couldn’t have done any more than he is doing now. He’s already campaigned more than all R candidates put together. Any more, and he will look desperate. Voters have to do their part. Nothing more.

            Only explanation to SD’s stance is that something else is going on that we are not privy to. Is the system so rigged that votes really don’t matter anymore? Maybe…

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        • Scott says:

          New Hampshire isn’t in the Super Bowl!

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          • 2x4x8 says:

            Manchester United

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          • Spar Harmon says:

            Correct, Scott! I have a Super Bowl from which I eat my fabulous casserole/stew/gumbos. I doubt anyone but me will be watching it Sunday.
            I think the rough ride many anticipated is in progress, so I hope everyone has their seatbelts fastened. Our candidate is clearly taking counsel, assessing, and resetting tactics. A good thing, I think, for a man with his talents, training, life experiences : when to hold’em; when to fold’em; serenity to accept what cannot be changed; courage to what can be; and wisdom to know the difference — — —
            He is like the prow of the power driven Icebreaker, breaking up the ice which has frozen up the flow of our national identity and life; we are in the convoy of ships following behind. He is best equipped to take the punishment of that position on our behalf of anyone I know of. I place my honor and fortunes on the line and crowd in behind to prevent encirclement from behind.
            Join me bretheren, the battle is joined.

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          • abstain says:

            Sooo right. We can watch Peyton get sacked on youtube.

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        • I was at the Cardinals/Seahawks game in Arizona. I heard and engaged in a lot of positive Trump talk.
          Trump took second in Iowa, even with the cheating. I think trump will be 1st in NH.
          And I’m willing to wager $10.00

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    • helenerbrown says:

      Many things haven’t added up. Small spending on ads, campaigning in future states when current state is more important, but I trusted Trump and his advisors to know better than me. Time will tell.

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    • patrickhenryrevisited says:

      Fortitudine Vincimus
      I’m in until he says he’s out.

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    • tessa50 says:

      I am not a Trump supporter, but it has been looking to me like he had it sewed up? Maybe he thinks he doesn’t need to do anything else there.

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    • skifflegirl says:

      Sundance: Hope this video interview works. Roger Stone at 4:30 and 11:00 marks talks about the importance of Trump’s debate performance on Saturday and how different the ‘ground game’ is in NH. It made me feel a little better after watching. http://www.newsmax.com/Newsmax-Tv/roger-stone-trump-new-hampshire-ground/2016/02/05/id/712964/#ooid=NzNW1wMDE6aLcoTeITWf5Qw5ttciNZcF

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    • Are you kidding me? I am not understanding the point here…Maybe he knows the thing is rigged..against him.. Idk.. I know not only is the weather crappy, but his daughter is in labor.. Explain in more detail..

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    • Sandhill says:

      I hope this does not turn out to be true. If it does it means that my favorite once again, like Gullioni (sp?) performed back in 2008, failed to get out of the starting in the primaries.

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  6. Jim Condit Jr. of Watch The Vote, says the NH & SC and even the others are all rigged. He said in 2008 McCain had never much been in South Carolina and had no organization there, yet magically he won South Carolina in the bible belt even against their beloved favorite candidate MIKE HUCKABEE.

    He says they rig all the elections and put people in states and make false narratives so when they rig it people will believe it. He said that they may let Trump win New Hampshire, or maybe not. But that it doesn’t matter how much voter turn out because of the private computerized votes. He said this is what was done in Iowa and he even gives the same precincts it is usually done in for those candidates like Rubio who really didn’t have much ground game nor support in Iowa, the fake surge and the rigged votes.

    PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO!

    However, he does give a solution how to stop it. Says he’s been trying to get this to the Trump team. I’ve been tweeting it and also I emailed the info to Corey, but they are busy and probably my messages are just one of many.

    Jim Condit Jr also says that New Hampshire is already rigged to take the vote from Trump and that even if Trump had huge voter turnout it wouldn’t matter because they rig it from the computer. He said there is a way to stop it. (cue to 15:21 min) – OR – better yet watch the entire video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TObruTAzimg (27 min) or can cue to 15:21 min for NH info)
    Trump Must Challenge Secret Computer Counts in NH & SC

    Here’s his contact info he gives at 7:41 min of the video:
    Jim Condit Jr. (Watch The Vote 2016)
    Tel: (513) 741-2095 (Cincinnati, OH)
    WatchTheVote2016@gmail.com

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    • starfcker says:

      I ‘ve been feeling queasy since iowa, but I get my mind back on track this way. Trump was behind in the Iowa polling for months. I thought those polls were frauds. They weren’t. Iowa is different. The repugs went all in to defeat trump in Iowa to get just this reaction, doubt. No reason for him to lose tuesday. No reason for him to lose in south carolina. Then we will all feel better

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    • RINOKiller says:

      Then resend it as URGENT!

      PLUS retitle your subject heading too with URGENT! MUST READ!

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      • The stuff I posted here at CTH was a repost. The twitters I sent out and the email to Corey were marked URGENT. I sent it out 20 times to a few thousand people and to his team and Palin, his sons, Roger, the Lt. Governor, the ex senator, and everyone I could think of that is involved in his campaign. I will also do more tomorrow. I wish Trump had a a tip line.

        @henrymcmaster URGENT! Henry PLEASE GET THIS to Trump must stop this: NH & SC election-Rigged, Computer Program
        @SarahPalinUSA URGENT: Sarah please GET TO TRUMP! Trump must stop this: NH & SC elections Rigged, Computer Program
        @Italians4Trump URGENT: WATCH + GET TO TRUMP OR WE’RE DONE! Trump must stop it~NH & SC elections Rigged https://

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    • skifflegirl says:

      According to an interview with Roger Stone yesterday (with Alex Jones, a blatant and in-your-face Trump promoter) Donald Trump’s organization on the ground in South Carolina is SECOND TO NONE and went on to describe that Trump’s South Carolina campaign is “superbly run by the best in the business, using proprietary ‘data mining’ to identify potential voters, contact them and make arrangements to get them out to vote.” Here’s the link (someone originally posted it on one of the threads yesterday): https://youtu.be/AHnPPGWwzfo

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    • Zennalou says:

      Moni, I agree! If Trump looses N. H. it will be because of voter fraud, not because he didn’t go to a meet and greet. Jeb, Christie, and Kasich have been camped out there for weeks, and look where they are.

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    • bob e says:

      monique .. like your post here. cannot get the stomach to watch the vid right now but i will. your posts are always interesting to read. smart, even.
      god this thread is depressing. weir & martha rad .. complete phonies.
      so unfair in so many ways. i go outta’ my mind watching the treachery unfold. i bet Mr Trump did win in Iowa.

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    • Arjun says:

      Monique, Trump and Corey have been around elections more than everyone on this site put together is my guess. If common folks, who pay attention to the race on and off, have a sense that votes are rigged, we can be assured that Trump team would know much more about the system.

      The point is, if the Rubio surge was a result of electronic manipulation, then we might as well stop paying attention to this race and go on about our lives. HRC or Jeb will win.
      None of the major players were talking about Rubio’s surge as suspicious, only about Cruz shenanigans. It means the players know it is rigged and are just playing the game for the benefit of serfs.

      The way opposition is stacking up and supporters are falling by the wayside, looks like it will require a herculean effort by Trump to win the whole thing. If so, that is his destiny or God’s will.

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  7. CHILLING VIDEO HOW THEY RIG THE ELECTION AND WHAT TO DO TO STOP IT

    Trump Must Challenge Secret Computer Counts in NH & SC
    Published on Feb 4, 2016, Jim Condit Jr

    http://OpenLetterToDonaldTrump.com — see menu tab on “Election Nite Gatekeepers” —

    The USA and the World are being Stolen by Easily-Rigged, Secret Computer Programs. These secret computer programs are controlled by mega-Companies ES &S, Hart, and Dominion (formerly Diebold) on election night. These handful of private mega-companies are hired by 99% of our counties because the RNC and the DNC encourages their Board of Elections officials to hire these mega companies.

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    • Howie says:

      I have been here before. I ain;t so bad. In fact it is fun. I suggest Bush and all RINOS be elected to fix all the problems….Bwaaaahahahahaha! Vote for Boooosh. Good Grieif. They will. But we shall give them the shaft every day..

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    • georgiafl says:

      Again, I watched the whole thing. These El3cti0n W4tchd0g groups and Tru3 Th3 V0t3 are American heroes and should get the Medal of Freedom for their courage and dedication. C4th3rin3 3ng3lbr3ct is a heroin3 of mine.

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    • Challenge??? How??? Going to court? Hahahahaha! A challenge after the fact is worthless and will never win in court. It must be stopped ahead of time. [Here’s an idea. You see and prove to your own satisfaction that rigging is happening right now. You complain. You are ignored. What to do? Maybe a convenient fire would stop the whole process. Or a woman screaming and threatening mayhem? Maybe a huge influx of hysterical people who stop the process will do it. See where I’m going here?]
      Where is the pressure point where these computer programs are rigged? How does/did it? How can it be prevented? How many people are implicated in the rigging? This guy is reasonig backwards… since this happened, but that should have happened, hence we conclude the vote count is rigged?
      Need to know details. Seriously. Otherwise, it is just words.
      SD has a better grasp if the dynamics, IMNVHO, than this guy does. Hope I’m wrong.
      P.S. I know some ways computers can be rigged. I know some ways vote counts can be rigged. That part is easy. WHO, what person, is doing it? Need deep intel to find out who is it before the rigging happens. Just knowing ahead of time is worthless, unless there is a realistic way to stop it.
      Has anyone successfully challenged an election count before it was certified? How did that happen?

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  8. Yikes says:

    Sundance,

    I’ll be honest I watched the debate tonight, and I saw a worn out Trump. The rally was great….but I think once he lost Iowa or saw the election process being rigged, and then the emergency landing in Nashville two days ago…I think the reality has set in that even with all that he has…he might not be able to defeat the “machine” as good as he is. He is a super pro against the media and establishment, and he is good at it. One of the best I have seen in my lifetime! Trump is light years ahead of where Reagan ever was.

    I just don’t think we have enough Americans awake at the moment. There is no pain felt by the EBT foodstamp crowd, and sadly once the collapse of this country happens Donald Trump is the only one who can navigate those waters. If Trump doesn’t make it across and pull this thing off, I’ll vote Hitlery just to watch it go ahead and go. Call me cynical but leaving a country on life support this way is not doing us any good. It would be almost better to put her charge…let her screw up and rebuild this nation once the country goes after her and the rest of the lot with pitchforks! Just my rant for the night.

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    • georgiafl says:

      HOW can Trump beat the machine?

      How can anyone defeat
      – Operation Chaos – cross-over votes against him for his opponents?
      – Illegals voting
      – People voting multiple times under different names or still registered in previous addresses in states that do not update rolls or require voter ID.
      – Lies, Subversive CIA misinformation and Axelrod-style smears, intimidation and other campaign tricks like Cruz used in Iowa.
      – Busloads of young, clean-cut, sincere, smooth-talking, well-trained and experienced cold-call door knockers courtesy of Romney/Beck people.
      – Hordes of comment blog Alinsky tactic attack bots on every blog.
      – Coordinated media attack sponsored by ‘conservative’ radio, print, online and TV media.
      – Vote count fraud, hacking machines, finding and losing ballots, etc.

      These are just a few of the the Machine’s tricks that we have seen in play in this and the last two elections.

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      • georgiafl says:

        I listened to the whole thing – and it is plausible that the machines could be hacked and say, 4-6 votes per precinct changed – ESPECIALLY IF THE BALLOTS HAVE JEB NEXT TO TRUMP on the ballots instead of an alphabetical listing of the candidates. All it would take is a temporary re-aim of the reader eye of all voting machines in each precinct for about 15 minutes, then restoration of the eye and the election is fixed. That is, if the machines can be controlled by phone or another device from afar.

        One of the Bots on another blog said the Board of Elections, State Secretaries of State don’t have jurisdiction over ‘private political party election fraud – is that true?

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      • And yet, Trump has been ahead almost from the start and stayed ahead. The ABC people seemed to think he did fine in the debate. Of course the conspiracy/it’s-all-hopeless people will say that doesn’t mean anything. But I think it does.
        Guess we’ll see who is right. [Hope it’s me!]

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      “I’ll be honest I watched the debate tonight, and I saw a worn out Trump” ???????????

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  9. Howie says:

    Trump should head for a vacation and play some golf. The people do not deserve leadership to solve problems. They love the suck. They can all be victims.

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    • wondering999 says:

      Hate to think that way but unless there’s hue and cry about the manipulation of Iowa (from both parties, what a miserable spectacle) …. the majority of Americans are not active enough, don’t protest our abuse

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      • Ron says:

        Fellow Treepers the comments I have read in this thread is very discouraging. First SD is worried but he shouldn’t be. The path to the nomination lies thru the south and the SEC primaries and winner take all states. Iowa and NH are spring boards that is all.

        Iowa should have been a lesson for all of us. Trump can’t do it all by himself. We the american people have to do our duty. If all the people who attend Trump’s rallies would have caucused we would have won in a landslide despite the fraud that occurred via the Cruz camp.

        All my years servicing this country have taught me the mission is not over to it is completed. We the American People are DT’s QRF(Quick Reaction Force) and air support. He has given the call for close in air support and immediate exfill. Now is the time to cowboy up!.

        SO TO MY FELLOW TREEPER’S “GRAB YOUR GEAR AND MAN THE HELL UP AND LET’S COMPLETE THE MISSION”
        DT NEEDS US THE AMERICAN PEOPLE TO DO OUR DUTY WITHOUT US THE AMERICAN PEOPLE HE CAN NOT DO IT HIMSELF.

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        • ediegrey says:

          We all know the Republican establishment does not want Trump. They were in charge of the Iowa caucus. Trump comes in second after the conveniently Saturday Des Moines Register released poll showing Trump beating Cruz. So we are all hit in the gut when Trump “loses” Monday night. The Microsoft Rubio surge pushes Rubio to front and center. Trump alludes to things like the Cruz dirty trick on Dr. Carson, etc. Now Sundance is very concerned, calling Trump stupid – or worse. Hmmm, what in the world are we to think? All I know is Trump is our only hope – as Phyllis Schlafly put it. He is not stupid – it seems clear the Republicans will never let him be their candidate. I just hope he runs Independent if he has to and tells both parties where they can go.

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  10. Howie says:

    This is so funny the E is going in for Rubio and then Bush. I am just imagining a case of wine and some nice Cuban Sammmiches. Good Grief, The democrats are going to try to lose, The Repubs will take a safety. I suggest head for the hills.

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  11. The votes are RIGGED. A win in NH is not determined by extra rallies. They jack the polls up of their preferred candidate and then just rig the votes. That is why Rubio won in Iowa without really campaigning there and that is why Jeb is so confident Trump won’t win, they know it is all fixed. And this is how and why McCain won SC in 2008 even though he did almost zero campaigning there. It was rigged.

    BUT IF TRUMP CAN CONTROL THE VOTE RIGGING HE CAN EASILY WIN!

    I saw the vote tampering (Rubio) in Iowa and also the cheating of Cruz. Take away the vote fraud and cheating and Trump won. Same in New Hampshire. I am crossing my fingers Trump will get the info on how to stop the vote fraud before I will throw in the towel, doing it now makes no sense. Even if he is to lose it is of no benefit to go there until it actually happened.

    I feel that the entire NH & SC results are dependent on whether Trump can stop the vote fraud and not dependent if he was in NH today. The establishment will change all the votes they way they want them, if Trump doesn’t stop the vote fraud. If he does then he wins, if he doesn’t then he will lose.

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    • Howie says:

      Who cares? For the people it for the taking. I can not go hold there hand and cuddle them. We will see. This is all too goofy. People will vote establishment or Trump. What the hell else can the guy do?

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      • Howie, that’s just it. The people vote and the votes are changed afterward. People are blaming the candidates and believing the false narrative the media and GOP put out there. But the people ARE voting, they DID show up in Iowa, biggest turn out in the history of Iowa. Watch the video and see how they do it and you will understand it is not a rally nor a debate missed that has anything to do with it, they rig the votes.

        But the rigging CAN be quashed and quite easily per the video. The video is quite shocking how they do it and equally shocking how easy it is to prevent or keep in check.

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        • (clears throat). Yes.

          Speaking from Iowa here, I am SHOCKED Trump didn’t win and feel CERTAIN he did. We should be rallying.

          Trump had a Trumpertantrum and a Twitter rant for one day and then we all watched the reaction to that (negative). And then what? We just cave in and say yeah, he lost Iowa. Yeah, he sucks as a campaigner. Yeah, he didn’t have a good ground came.

          Come ON.

          PS MoniQueMoniCat, I just started following you on Twitter but under a different handle (Iowa Caucus 2016 is my current Twitter handle)

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  12. Ok SD I know your worried. But remember the Republician party would never nominate someone in their 40’s for President. It is totally unprecedented. Even Theodore Roosevelt only got to be President because of an assasination. That leaves only Bush, Christie, and Carson to compete with Trump and even Bush has no chance now. Bush can’t even get Jindal to endorce him. Though I had my hopes up that Trump would win in Iowa, I knew last summer that Trump could not win a caucus there. It takes a lot of ground game and time and it is usually not worth it. Second place is just fine. People are wising up to Cruz and Rubio.

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  13. RINOKiller says:

    This entire thread made me so DEPRESSED!

    I may as well go down the street to waste all my sorrows away!

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  14. zephyrbreeze says:

    Speaking of Hate…the fake princess Megyn Kelly just got a $10 million dollar book deal and is traveling through the shows telling people how she is proud of her questions to Donald Trump, and how the video clips were her idea. She is surfing a tidal wave of hate directed at Trump. #War

    (I’m not going to post the link that shows her triumphant grin. The little millionairess takes on the billionaire, hiding behind her femi-Nazi wiles.)

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  15. Nick says:

    Wow Sundance, I am totally blown away, but I hope you are wrong. Any chance that he is doing some major debate prep and wants to be a total killer tomorrow night? AAHHHHH. I am going to watch the vote rigging video. I was wondering why he is not going full throttle in NH, who knows.

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  16. RINOKiller says:

    BTW

    This article is playing into the hands of the GOP-E where they want us to give up and stay home. We nust defeat this notion!

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  17. Ok! I’m with ya Ron!

    Ever been to a football game and a team thinks they won’t win so they just call it and quit? What about a race car driver, ever seen one just stop in his tracks if he thought he was losing? No! How about the Olympics? Ever see any competitor just quit in the middle of his contest? NO!

    This race is not over until it’s over. The race goes on til the finish line.

    They rig the votes but if Trump can stop it he will win.

    He is only a man and he is a great man and I love Donald Trump and I believe in miracles!

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  18. Y’all have just about scared the BeJesus out of me with this negative vibe tonight.

    Of course it may be the slap in the face needed by some…

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  19. I’m so sad about this thread. Does anyone think the emergency plane landing might be the reason for Trump’s schedule in NH and sudden lack of will to win?

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  20. Aitch748 says:

    So we’re done??? At this point, if Trump isn’t president, the problems with this country won’t be solved, and America is pretty much cooked. If Sundance thinks that Trump is all but guaranteed to lose the primary, and the primary votes are rigged, then as far as I can see, we’re not a republic anymore, voting solves nothing, and we’re left to choose between apathy and guerilla warfare against the establishment. We’ll have become yet another country that has the fraudulent trappings of representative government but denies its citizens any influence over what the government does. Worse, we’ll have been put into the hands of people who want to erase national borders for the sake of “free trade.”

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  21. Howie says:

    Let’s go. Let’s vote. ˇhat will be that.

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    • Nick says:

      That’s all fine, but how do we give him air support? I cannot go to New Hampshire, I am in Southern California. I would love to do something, but what!!!

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      • Ron says:

        Call his NH office and ask what support can you give, You can make calls from SOCAL help recruit also in CA

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        • I signed up to help make calls in Arizona. Tonight I got this email from Corey:

          FEBRUARY 5th 2016 –
          THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT

          Dear monique,

          I want to let you know how honored and excited we are to have your support. Together, we will make this country stronger and better than ever by making Mr. Trump our next president.

          One of my favorite parts of this campaign experience has been visiting each state and meeting thousands of supporters who share Mr. Trump’s dreams for this great nation. Like you, many citizens are anxious to elect a leader who will secure our borders, build our military, defend our Second Amendment rights, and repair our economy. My faith in the United States of America is revitalized at every Trump rally.

          On Tuesday, we held a huge rally in Little Rock, Arkansas where Mr. Trump was greeted by more than 12,000 supporters. Yesterday, we held two events in New Hampshire and today, we are heading down to Florence, South Carolina.

          We are looking forward to the primary election in New Hampshire on Tuesday— Mr. Trump is well-loved and respected in the state, and he is a huge fan of the people of New Hampshire (which makes me especially proud as a Granite State native!).

          Thank you for your continued support— I’m proud to call you a teammate.

          Sincerely,

          Corey

          Corey R. Lewandowski
          Campaign Manager

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      • JeremyR says:

        Pray. There is a GOD. He has a plan. It may not be our plan, but it is the right plan. GOD cares not one bit about the salvation of our nation. He cares about the salvation of our souls. He did not send Jesus, his ONLY Son to die for America, he sent him to die for sinners. People like me.

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  22. Dixie says:

    So maybe somebody did get that vote rigging video to Trump and he realizes what he is up against. That might explain any lackluster attitude noticed by a few people.

    Or here’s another possibility. Maybe he plans to do just what this video recommends and refuse to accept these computerized votes that can’t be verified and he feels fairly certain that if he can get rid of the voter fraud, he wins.

    That voter fraud video would take the wind out of anybody’s sails.

    I’m not giving up on him yet.

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    • I don’t know if he got the video but will do everything in my power to get it to him. I’m also going to be calling the Jim guy tomorrow (is too late tonight). Jim said in his video that the Bernie Sanders campaign responded but had not yet heard back from Trump people.

      All I know is that without voter fraud OUR MAN WILL WIN! He won in Iowa, they fixed the votes in those 3 GOP counties for Rubio, and then the Ted Cruz cheating which was separate and not from the GOP but from CheaTED.

      I have a feeling that Trump thinks it’s something HE did. Even Sundance thinks this. But it’s not. The truth is they rig all the elections, that is clearly explained in the video. And he is not going to lose in NH because he missed a rally or two or even three. It’s all manipulated polls for Rubio and then they will fix the votes. McCain never campaigned much in SC yet won, Jim explains how that went down.

      I will continue to send the voter fraud info all day tomorrow. My eyes are wrecked for the night.

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      • Dixie says:

        Know what you mean. I should have been in bed an hour ago. Tomorrow is gonna come too soon. Go fer it! Hope you’re successful in getting that video to Trump. How can he lose with such great people like you working for him? Whew. I feel better already.

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  23. wheatietoo says:

    Okay. I’ve got 4 comments ‘in moderation’. This one probably will be too. Time for me to just stop commenting.

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  24. irvingtwosmokes says:

    God willing let Donald bring the wall down

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  25. RINOKiller says:

    Did anybody pass along that video to Drudge?

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  26. ivehadit says:

    So Donald is stupid AND will lose on tuesday. Who’d thunk it.
    Is this some kind of psyops deal??
    I am surprised Sundance would post this tonight for all the public (and enemies) to see.

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    • patrickhenryrevisited says:

      Your resolve matters.
      And your active participation helps.

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    • lovely says:

      Trump isn’t stupid, he is a genius, Trump is now adjusting to “the stupid”.

      Personally I don’t even think he is behaving stupidly.

      Look for Trump to go basic nuts and bolts, Trump is used to people catching on, he thought that voters had caught on, they hadn’t, so Trump is adjusting his message.

      There is a reason Trump tweeted and stated that voters do not appreciate that he is self funding his campaign. Once Trump figures out why voters don’t appreciate the significance of self funding he will start educating them in simple terms.

      Scoundrel behavior and voter fraud aside, I think Trump would have won Iowa and I believe he will win NH.

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      • Yes Trump is a genius. He did everything right. Except he doesn’t have a criminal mind and so he didn’t know to safeguard against vote fraud of Rubio, nor the Cruz cheating. Not all geniuses are street smart criminal minds. Just like street smart criminals are not geniuses. But it’s not too late, he may know now and/or we can get him the info before the primary, coupled with a great performance at the debate.

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    • Americat says:

      “Stupid”? …. “Lose”? Posts in moderation
      NOT Sundance….. !? HACKED.. ?!.

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  27. lovely says:

    Trump is used to winning by offering the best package, he now has to adjust his business acumen, to a political acumen. He has to turn his base into paying customers under conditions which Trump has not yet attuned his negotiating skills.

    Trump has to offer more than the best package he has to offer the best package in a way that is palatable to those who go to the voting booth. He has to do a better job of explaining why his presidency is essential rather than telling voters why it is essential.

    I think Trump’s biggest mistake is underestimating the dumb out there.

    An example of Trump not understanding the prevalence of dumb is that Trump thinks because it is self evident that what Cruz did in Iowa was a terrible thing to do that once people were made aware of what Cruz did people would realize that Cruz is a charlatan. If Trump sees it, he thinks everyone sees it.

    That IMO is Trumps frustration.

    Short story about Trump;

    When Ivanka was about 6 she received girl toys for Christmas while the boys received Legos. Ivanka was jealous as she loved to build. So she took Legos and locked herself in a room.

    She built a replica of Trump Tower.

    “My father, in scolding me, was never so proud,” she recounted years later.

    Then her dad came to her a couple of days later and Ivanka could tell that her dad was upset. Remember she is 6. And her father told her, with a pained look on his face, “You know Ivanka, the Trump Tower has 4 insets (sorry I can’t remember the correct architectural word) and you put 5 on your Lego Tower. It is a fond memory for Ivanka and she used it as an example of what defines her father.

    America is not so ready to make the cognitive leap as did a 6 year old. Trump has to adjust and educate the masses.

    Genius has its downfalls. Trump has to teach rather than preach. I have no doubt that Ivanka and the boys are imbuing that lesson in their father as I type.

    This has the first portion of the Lego story the second part is in an interview which I can’t find at the moment.

    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/0b29948a1aed465eb9c1c49c37ffe165/all-about-ivanka-trumps-daughter-muse-and-deal-maker

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    • Dixie says:

      I thought that DCWhispers link told it ALL! George, Ivanka and the boys all gently prodded Trump to do some debate preparation which he is apparently doing now…..he will be ready for the debate and I WOULD NOT MISS IT FOR THE WORLD!

      I loved him in the previous debates but admit I was always holding my breath expecting him to step in it badly, but he managed to walk that tight rope fairly well. It makes me feel really good that he is preparing for this one, especially under the circumstances and he can unload on all of them because he has plenty of ammunition.

      Let ’em have it Trump! Do it for the American people!

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      • lovely says:

        I don’t think it is about debate training in particular. I think it is about adjusting Trump’s message and learning how to explain the truth to people who are ignorant of any reality other than what they have been spoon fed by the MSM for the last 30 years.

        American loves the underdog, Trump has been on top “forever” in American cultural time, Trump has to adjust to people’s perceptions and uncomfortableness of a strong long time front runner being brought down just because of our love affair with underdogs.

        And Trump has to find a way to teach and educate rather than expecting people to be able to take the truths he presents at face value.

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        • liberty2828 says:

          I agree with you…

          I don’t think people understand the trade deficit. Money earned here goes out of the country.

          Most of us can’t relate to the money figures on the debt and what it means.

          Good posts Lovely… thank you.

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          • lovely says:

            Thank you, I would say the average voter does not even understand what it means to be a debtor nation. We can’t idealize Donald Trump or the powers he has as a candidate, we have to fight the war in the trenches of ideas and in the difficult work of waking people up to the reality of the collapse of our society.

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            • Athena the Warrior says:

              What you wrote is a great inspirational piece. Trump has to adjust as do we. All is not lost. When was the last time Iowa picked a winner? Marcosoft & Cruz’s slimy tactics played a heavy role in what happened and yet Trump still came in 2nd AND has ONE LESS DELEGATE THAN CRUZ!!!!!

              Stay focused.

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          • GiGizMe says:

            Not only that but our taxes subsidize the low cost goods (imports) from China through welfare payments. There’s a hidden tax in the price we pay at Walmart.

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        • dogsmaw says:

          The teach and educate really strike home here. I never saw my oldest grandson grow up, he appears at my door one day and says “hi grandma”. The boy was 17 years old and could not even enter his own name in cursive or put his birthdate into my Bible. I went into panic mode fast…it took him 3 times to pass the driver’s written test. I search for ideas to find a way to get through to him, but he can’t even listen. But if I message him on iPhone he understands completely how to push the screen. Sigh

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    • smiley says:

      “…has to adjust his business acumen, to a political acumen…”

      so well-stated, lovely.
      sooner or later, it would come to this, during this crucial campaign.
      the political machine is a political beast.
      it’s voracious and relentless.
      and has been around for a long long time.
      its introducing itself to Mr. Trump, now.
      it sets out to destroy and to wear out The Good.

      I pray for GOD Almighty to strengthen and encourage and guide and protect Donald Trump, and all of us who support him.

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  28. Sundance, I am fearlessly facing the negativity tonight and saying I am all in for Trump. I have listened to my heart and head for months without letting media influence me.

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  29. Ron says:

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  30. NCPatriot says:

    Surprised at Sundance’s negativity tonight.

    And we are all trying to “backseat drive” in Trump’s car. And second guess his moods and thoughts. I hope someone gets the electronic vote rigging video to him—-because confronting that will determine the election results (IMO) and NOT whether he skipped NH today !

    His legal team needs to confront the RNC and the State GOP’s, pro-actively, about the SECRET electronic counting, and specific companies involved etc—-and see if they “want this information to be made public to their voters.” Since the secrecy is illegal, and tampering is fraud.

    I will give up on Donald Trump when he says he is OUT—and not before. May God protect him and guide his decision making.

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    • Yes! But first we have to get the info to Trump. I don’t think he has it because he’s said things on interviews that leads me to believe he thinks the Iowa loss was something HE did or did not do. Even Sundance thinks it’s something Trump did. We cannot blame Trump look at his polls he is doing everything RIGHT. Aside from the Cruz cheating, there was actual vote tampering for RUBIO and is planned for NH & SC and probably statewide.

      TOTAL VOTE FRAUD:
      Rubio’s 10 point swing out of nowhere, from 14% to 24%, was garnered in just a few counties, inexplicably, suggesting fraud. Marco Rubio got 12,000 of his votes in just 3 counties. These are the same 3 GOP-run counties that they pulled for ROMNEY too.

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      • Americat says:

        Also, perhaps someone please send that excellent “Watch the Vote” video as FYI to Michael Savage? (I would but have not been successful transmitting such posts in past.)

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      • GiGizMe says:

        Absolutely right. Anyone notice Sioux City. No way it can be off by that much. Totally rigged

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      • RINOKiller says:

        Sometimes if you know something, its best not to put it out there.

        If Trump actually says it it exists, he will be labeled as paranoid.

        So Trump was going along with the basic narrative.

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        Or maybe he’s just saying that as a misdirection to throw everyone off and underestimate him. Maybe just maybe all of this with the exception of what happened to his plane, has all been planned out. A big risk but if people are now thinking that Trump isn’t as up to the task as previously thought, it may make them do things differently.

        Look at how obnoxious Cruz has become since Iowa. More and more people are repulsed by his cheating, phony self. We need to stay focused and be his virtual ground support. There are many of us on Twitter but we are not organized as a group to push back on the negative media spin, from the Cruzbots, etc.

        Maybe we can tackle one issue that is hard to understand and help break it down such as the dangers of the TPP. We need to tie Cruz and Rubio to their votes for the TPA, Expose who their donors are and their ties to the TPP. It is also critical to expose Rupert Murdoch’s role in the TPP. It may be too late to heavily hit NH, but there is plenty of time to hit SC. Just a suggestion.

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    • jello333 says:

      And despite all this “negativity”, including seemingly from Sundance himself, there’s still a bunch of people here having none of that… right? Hmm yeah… funny that.

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    • cheekymeeky says:

      Bill Mitchell knows something is not right with Rubio’s numbers.

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  31. wheatietoo says:

    Big donor money dries up if a candidate doesn’t do well in these early primaries.
    Trump doesn’t need that big-donor money in order to keep going.

    It would be great if he wins in NH and then again in SC. But it’s not a make-or-break thing for Trump, not like it is with the other candidates.
    He is self-funding his campaign and can go on.

    This race is just getting started. There are still a lot of states and millions of people chomping at the bit to vote for Donald Trump!

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  32. wheatietoo says:

    And again my comment above is in “moderation”.

    Liked by 1 person

    • smiley says:

      give it some time…it might appear, later.
      this happens.
      it also might be a certain word that triggers it.
      for example : rabbits.
      not an issue anymore, but they used to be.

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  33. Ono says:

    Hey When the going gets tough

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    • KitKat says:

      This sounds to my ears like a spoof. It sounds like tricksters trying to draw in Trump supporters in order to mock them, and mocking Trump’s complaints about Iowa. “GQForbes” sounds like a mock name.

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      • KitKat says:

        If they can bait Trump into believing it, and get him to make public noise about it, they will have won, and will be able to mock him mercilessly. I pray to God he doesn’t fall for it.

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    • dizzymissl says:

      FYI, that Gary Forbes guy makes stuff up–like he has a meme that Chuck Yeagar endorsed Trump. I never RT his stuff because I don’t want Trump to RT it and end up looking stupid.

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  34. The real voter fraud is done by the Election Vendors, not just the voters, but the VENDORS that process the votes. Trump has the voters covered but to my knowledge not the Election Venders (the ones that the GOP did for Rubio)

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  35. itswoot says:

    While reading through all of this I often kept circling back to thoughts of the engine trouble Trump’s plane had. Not much is being said about that. Was there foul play to cause the trouble? I only bring this up because if there was, and if Trump is aware of this but keeping it under wraps, that could explain some of the recent changes in his behavior. That sort of thing, if there is any credibility to it, would shake anyone up.

    Yes, I’m aware that saying this will expose me to accusations of being a tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist. In my defense: Much goes on behind the scenes in these political struggles for power that we can only remotely guess at.

    “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.”

    Ephesians 6:12 (NIV)

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  36. wanthetruth says:

    Fearlessly confronting the furnace of hate…Sundance’s title of post says it all. How does one confront it? How does one stay continuously fearless when the hate grows ferociously? What a load on the shoulders of Donald Trump! I would imagine the setback in Iowa hurt him as much or more because he felt he had let us down as it hurt him to not come in first. I believe his disappointment is for the possible loss of the chance to Make America Great Again. It isn’t that the chance was lost with Iowa, but that fraud was allowed to be done and that it’s likely to be allowed to stand. Where is the uproar?

    There is only so much one man can do and the likelihood that the same will happen in state after state seems not only probable but very possible. It has to be overwhelming to deal with options for that plus to deal with other candidates and the media outright lying. That has shocked and brought me down this week. I went Googling for articles I have referenced before and could no longer find them. When I go to Wikipedia on Donald and today on his sister the judge, it’s been recently edited and what I read before is no longer there. Facts and truth are being edited almost as they happen. It feels like you can’t win.

    I don’t know if Donald Trump feels this way at all, but my prayers are with him tonight. He’s got a struggle ahead of him and with hard truths in his face – deceit, fraud, cheating, threats, maybe a life attempt already … only he can decide if it’s worth it. He seems to have no unquestionable support besides his family, a few friends, and we the people. The “we the people” can only do so much for him also – to vote, and some on the ground efforts to help out. I think the greatest thing we can do for him tonight is to pray for God’s guidance in what He wants for DJT to do, and how he is to do it. I am for Donald Trump 100%,whatever decision he makes. He is our chance if we have one at all, but it is his choice and I believe it’s a heavy burden he carries, no matter how confident an attitude he displays. I don’t think he gets near the credit he deserves for putting himself out there. I pray for God to give him the strength to carry on.

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  37. dogsmaw says:

    I go faithfully to vote every election. Can you imagine how surprised I was when Louisiana put a Democrat Governor in office. One of our Republican candidates that lost his bid, turned around and supported the Democrat candidate that led to his victory. Makes you want to move outta the state you have lived in most of your life eh? Well, Im not gonna move…we going to fight tooth and nail to stop everything that Governor tries to do in this state for sure.

    We are just starting the cycle here in our state that the nation has gone through for the past 7 years of dealing with Obama.

    Reload!!!

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  38. redsequin4 says:

    I’m absolutely blown away by this thread. I’m a new Treeper but love this site. It’s a refuge from the storm that rages around DT. So I was extremely disillusioned to read SD’s post, it was so shocking because he’s been such a staunch supporter of DT. But I understand his thinking that DT may have made an error by skipping campaigning in NH on Friday. It actually surprised me that he cancelled the NH rally. But now I believe he did it to prepare for the debate. I think he believes that he may have hurt himself in Iowa by not attending the debate and also wants to give a blow out performance on Saturday. I’m actually glad he’s prepping, it shows his commitment to win NH.

    The voter fraud is very, very disturbing and I pray the video and information gets to DT and his team so they are prepared and ready to beat it.

    There are some wonderful people on this site and am moved by their dedication and persistence to help DT win. Just amazing.

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  39. Deborah says:

    Are these available in bumper stickers?

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  40. Dora says:

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  41. jeans2nd says:

    The volunteer campaign in Ohio has been curiously silent all week. But received an email from Corey Lewndowski this a.m. to all Trump Campaign volunteers, so I remain positive, albeit pragmatic. It is what it is, but I do not see Mr. Trump as a quitter. More of a strategist, methinks. And imo Mr. Trump is not playing by their rules, and is not going to reveal his playbook. I sure hope so anyway.

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  42. kay says:

    I believe one reason he didn’t try harder to get to NH is because the place he was speaking was large, and it might have been a low turnout. The media would have been all over that. I also think something is going on that we don’t know about. Monday’s turnout in that arena will be very good… I hope. I also think he has a plan for this debate. I think he’ll be stellar.

    I read on a Drudge link that Jeb Bush was told to back off Rubio. Who knows?
    Nashville is looking quite good for Mr. Trump.

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  43. Truthfilter says:

    From the beginning, Trump has said that he “reads a lot.” I think he is preparing for the debate. I have faith in him. Iowa and NH are “peanuts” compared to southern states like NC and Texas. Winning the south has been a proven election strategy in U.S. history. Also, his self-funded campaign doesn’t need the money that will follow the winning candidate. Maybe Trump is picking his battles early. Also, Im confident that Trump’s legal team will investigate any and all election fraud possibilities. If anyone can expose the GOPe shenanigans, it’s our Donald Trump. Hang tight, folks. He’s up against the world’s wealthiest and most powerful globalist machine. It’s not going to be an easy win.

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  44. seventhndr says:

    Folks and fellow Treepers… Every time I worried, cringed, thought I knew better, I was wrong. Trump had been rewriting the rules and its been working. I learned months ago to set aside my worries and wait for the truth to unfold. As much as I respect and admire both Trump and Sundance, they are still men and are going to make a mistake here or there. Perhaps Friday was Trump’s. Maybe it’s Sundance’s. This what I do KNOW:

    Has Rosie O’donnell sung yet? No! Then we are NOT slowing this train down!

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  45. Kay Elle says:

    We don’t know what we don’t know. Trump’s strategy for the debate tonight and for NH overall remains a mystery to us and that’s okay with me. I will reserve judgement until I see what happens going forward. I won’t give up on him unless he himself says that he is done.

    How many times has it been said over the past months that “Trump did (whatever). He is DONE.” There’s a long list somewhere. It IS surely discouraging to see that here, and from someone who has been a relentless advocate.

    But even our Sundance is human. After countless months, days, hours spent offering the wisdom and insight gained from his amazing research, isn’t he entitled to allow a shadow of doubt to fall? He must be nearly as exhausted by his tireless efforts to educate, illuminate and encourage We The People as we might imagine Trump himself to be at this point. Some frustration is to be expected – and some transient disillusion is certainly forgivable.

    What happens next is what really matters.

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