Granite Lines, Pedigree and Legacies To Protect – Full Frontal GOPe

If there was a bad day to skip (and reschedule) a campaign event in New Hampshire, today was that day.  In advance of the debate tomorrow every GOP candidate is on-the-ground today in the Granite State.  All except Donald Trump.

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The professionally republican are prepared to launch ‘next-in-line’ Jeb Bush and revitalize his campaign.  If you have spent even a modest amount of time following the evolution of the GOPe you will note their vitriol and hatred knows no boundaries when their power structures are threatened.

The GOPe will destroy any entity who does not acquiesce to their leadership.  The GOPe have built the political structures that all other candidates must enter to run a campaign.  Those who built this house would rather destroy it, to save it, than allow the vulgar unwashed masses to operate within it.

Those who are not familiar with the term “Machiavellian” would be wise to study quickly:

The employment of cunning and duplicity in statecraft or in general conduct.  In Modern psychology, Machiavellianism is one of the dark triad personalities, characterized by a duplicitous interpersonal style, a cynical disregard for morality and a focus on self-interest and personal gain.

When you fully comprehend the scope of how far the political schemers are willing to go, you begin to prepare yourself for what you are about to witness.

The next 72 hours will make Mississippi ’14 seem like childs’ play.

Maintaining power at any cost.

Many have called our political research “conspiracy theory”, “tin-foil-hat thinking”, “illogical nonsense”, and other dismissive word assemblies; all created to allow the mind to turn away and find a more comfortable reconciliation.  We’ll soon find out.

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….remove Donald Trump and Ben Carson becomes Herman Cain, Ted Cruz becomes Newt Gingrich, and Jeb/Rubio become Mitt Romney 2012.  Then everyone in Washington DC is happy, happy again….

It all starts by “removing Donald Trump“.

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341 Responses to Granite Lines, Pedigree and Legacies To Protect – Full Frontal GOPe

  1. itsy_bitsy says:

    I truly just don’t get your backing of Trump! Day after day we see the mess that is the “Donald” and if you think our government is in a mess now, how in the world would you think that Trump will or could solve the problems. I’m at a loss! The only candidate that can be trusted to do most of what he says is Ted Cruz, and why you aren’t behind him is a mystery. I don’t want a “showman” I want a Constitutionalist, and I want him sitting behind the desk of the Oval Office. It is our only hope!

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    • cali says:

      Are you serious o just confused? Cuz is also the establishment candidate next to his duplicitous games he played in Iowa to win.

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    • cwf60 says:

      I have a couple of reasons for not backing Ted Cruz. He is part of the establishment and masquerading as a conservative. I do not understand how you can support Cruz, or for that matter, any candidate that is a current member of Congress. Ted Cruz has been labeled an obstructionist and is hated by the GOPe. What has Ted Cruz accomplished? Nothing! He is the fall guy for the GOPe. I am tired of the words followed by no action. He receives contributions from the very Wall Street entities that he villifies. It is fascinating to watch people scream about the GOPe but support the very candidates that are GOPe. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result.
      Donald Trump is not the perfect candidate. That could be an understatement. The angst he has caused amongst the politic class, and the full on assault that has been waged against him should make voters cringe. I am willing to take a different course after decades of lies, deceit, and cowardice exhibited by the GOPe. I am having a hard time finding a difference among our current crop of politicians. I will vote Republican, because Hillary needs to be defeated and her legacy sent to the dustbin of history.

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    • pumpernickel says:

      A constitutionalist would not have supported the Corker bill as Ted Cruz did. A constitutionalist would not have supported TPA as Ted Cruz did. I am not even clear if Cruz went to the room where the document was held in top security to read it. I know Sessions did, and he stated that American sovereignty was threatened. I don’t see how a man who believes in the Constitution would vote to undermine American sovereignty.

      A man who is true to the Constitution understands his obligation to the American people, to the idea of America as a nation, and the importance of preserving economic opportunity for American’s if the nation is to thrive. Ted Cruz talks a lovely game, but I see no reason to believe that he is the One the conservatives have been waiting for. Trump at least comprehends the notion of jobs, borders, and immigration, which is more than I can say for any other candidate running.

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    • cwf60 says:

      I have a couple of reasons for not backing Ted Cruz. He is part of the establishment and masquerading as a conservative. I do not understand how anyone can support Cruz, or for that matter, any candidate that is a current member of Congress. You stated in your comments that our government was a mess and wondered how Trump could solve the problems facing the country. It appears that Donald Trump has accomplished much more than all elected officials combined. You are supporting a man that has accomplished nothing since being in the Senate. He campaigned on a promise to address a number of issues that were a concern to the American people. How did that work out? Ted Cruz has been labeled an obstructionist and is hated by the GOPe. That is a ruse of the first order. What has Ted Cruz accomplished? Nothing! I am tired of meaningless words followed by no action. He receives contributions from the very Wall Street entities that he villifies. It is fascinating to watch people scream about the GOPe but support the very candidates that are GOPe. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result.
      Donald Trump is not a perfect candidate, and at this point, I am not expecting one. I believe he loves America and wants to see her prosper and respected. The angst he has caused amongst the political class, and the full on assault that has been waged against him should make voters cringe. I am willing to take a different course after decades of lies, deceit, and cowardice exhibited by the GOPe. I am having a hard time finding a difference among our current crop of politicians. I will vote Republican and hope it is Trump, because Hillary needs to be defeated and her legacy sent to the dustbin of history. It is now or never, or we will continue down the path to destruction.

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    • FriendlyKoala says:

      Cruz isn’t a constitutionalist. The constitution says only a natural born citizen can be president, and Ted Cruz isn’t one. The constitution also requires secularism, and Cruz isn’t secular. Trump is by far the strongest defender of the constitution.

      Day after day we see the Donald winning every single poll and every debate, and running an extremely successful multi-billion dollar business. He knows what he is doing.

      The “showman” aspect is an important part of winning. It’s the only way to get conservative ideas out past a hostile liberal media. If Trump wasn’t there, Cruz would lose the nomination and general election due to his lack of “showman” skills.

      Cruz has proven he can’t be trusted. He is using every dirty trick in the book. And he is taking wall street money. His positions aren’t even consistent.

      Cruz is the second-best candidate, but he is not in the same league as Donald Trump.

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  2. Michael says:

    I believe a person is a citizen of the United States, even if he or she was born in a foreign country IF one of the parents’ is a bona fide citizen of the United States. Am I wrong?
    Sphinx

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    • pancho says:

      He is a citizen–no argument there. But I don’t believe that one can be our president because he would not be natural born. Why do you think that Obama tried so desperately to prove that he was born in Hawaii and NOT Kenya? He was covering his lying arse on the natural born requirement.

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