The New Hampshire Outcome – The Establishment Republican Party Needs To Be Destroyed…

Regardless of the outcome in the New Hampshire primary any and every “professionally Republican political candidate” needs to be removed.  Most Americans now refuse to be co-dependents to our own demise.

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I speak for myself, and only myself.  However, I hope you will indulge these considerations and correct me where I’m going wrong.

On December 23rd 2009 Harry Reid passed a version of Obamacare through forced vote at 1:30am. The Senators could not leave, and for the two weeks previous were kept in a prolonged legislative session barred returning to their home-state constituencies. It was, by all measures and reality, a vicious display of forced ideological manipulation of the upper chamber. I share this reminder only to set the stage for what was to follow.

Riddled with anxiety we watched the Machiavellian manipulations unfold, seemingly unable to stop the visible usurpation. Desperate for a tool to stop the construct in December 2009 we found Scott Brown and rallied to deliver $7 million in funding, and a “Kennedy Seat” victory on January 19th 2010.

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Unfortunately, the trickery of Majority Leader Harry Reid would not be deterred. Upon legislative return he stripped a House Budgetary bill, and replaced it with the Democrat Senate version of Obamacare through a process of “reconciliation”. Thereby avoiding the 3/5ths vote rule (60) and instead using only a simple majority, 51 votes.

Angered, we rallied to the next election (November 2010) and handed the usurping Democrats the single largest electoral defeat in the prior 100 years. The House returned to Republican control, and one-half of the needed Senate seats reversed. Within the next two election cycles (’12 and ’14) we again removed the Democrats from control of the Senate.

Within each of those three elections we were told Repealing Obamacare would be job #1. It was not an optional part of our representative agreement to do otherwise.

However, from the writing of Jonah Goldberg, an advocate for modern conservative political opinion, you find the following:

[…] If you want a really good sense of the damage Donald Trump is doing to conservatism, consider the fact that for the last five years no issue has united the Right more than opposition to Obamacare.

Opposition to socialized medicine in general has been a core tenet of American conservatism from Day One. Yet, when Republicans were told that Donald Trump favors single-payer health care, support for single-payer health care jumped from 16 percent to 44 percent. (link)

With control of the House and Senate did Majority Leader Mitch McConnell or House Speaker John Boehner use the same level of severity expressed by Harry Reid to put a repeal bill on the desk of Obama for veto? Simply, NO.

Why not? According to Goldberg it’s the “core tenet of American conservatism”.

If for nothing but to accept and follow the will of the people. Despite the probability of an Obama veto, this was not a matter of option.  While the method might have been “symbolic”, due to the almost guaranteed veto, it would have stood as a promise fulfilled.

Yet the professional political class speak of “core tenets” and question our “trust” of Donald Trump?

We are not blind to the maneuverings of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and President Tom Donohue. We are fully aware the repeal vote did not take place because the U.S. CoC demanded the retention of Obamacare.

TPP trade 2Leader McConnell followed the legislative priority of Tom Donohue as opposed to the will of the people.

This was again exemplified with the passage of TPA, another Republican construct which insured the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal could pass the Senate with 51 votes instead of 3/5ths.  This is limiting government?  No, this is usurpation of the will of the people.

However, the TPA bill passage provides both an example and a contrast.

We are not blind to the reality that when McConnell chooses to change the required senatorial voting threshold he is apt to do so.  Not coincidentally, the TPP trade deal is another legislative priority of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Yet you question the “trustworthiness” of Donald Trump’s definitions of conservatism?

Another bill, the Iran “agreement”, reportedly and conveniently not considered a “treaty”.  Again, we are not blind; nor are we blind to Republican Bob Corker’s amendment (Corker/Cardin Amendment) changing agreement ratification to a 67-vote-threshold for denial, as opposed to a customary 67 vote threshold for passage. A profound difference.

Yet you question the “principles” of Donald Trump?

A truly representative political body would be questioning the “ideological conservative principle” of their leader, Mitch McConnell.  Or questioning Bob Corker.  Both McConnell and Corker working to deny the will of the electorate within the party they are supposed to represent.

Of course, you need to remain willfully blind.  You need to keep acting as if we are not aware of these closed door machinations.  If you faced us, if you opened yourself to really being questioned by us, it would force you to admit some uncomfortable truths.  In years past such a confrontation would have included tar and feathers.

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Another example – Lisa Murkowski ? An Alaskan senator who can factually lose her Republican primary bid, yet run as a write-in candidate, without admonishment from the Republican Party, and the professional political class permit her return to the Senate with full seniority and committee responsibilities?

Did the RNC, Reince Preibus, or a republican member of senatorial leadership meet the returning Murkowski and demand a Pledge of Allegiance to the principles within the Republican party?  No, but you damned sure required a pledge from candidate Donald Trump.  Square that circle.

The “protectionism” and “isolationism” you rail against in the few media appearances where you are brave enough to raise your head, is simply projecting your own protecting of your political interests, and your own isolation to retain your status.   We do not forget Mitch McConnell working to re-elect Senator Thad Cochran, fundraising on his behalf in the spring/summer of 2014, even after Cochran lost the first Mississippi primary?

We do not forget the NRSC spending money on racist attack ads.  We do not forget the GOP paying Democrats to vote in the second primary to defeat Republican Chris McDaniel.  We are well aware the “R” in NRSC is “Republican”.

Perhaps you chose to think we forget. We do not.

You stand jaw agape in admonition of those who have had enough, and are willing to support candidate Donald Trump.  Intentionally you must refuse to accept how intensely angry we are.  However, specifically because of your refusal, you have now taken yourself further into the bunker and don’t realize the scope of our assembly.

nro coverYour latest attempt to quell the rising pitchforks is Paul Ryan; now charged with the definitions of who is allowed to call themselves republican, or conservative.

Tell those definitions to the majority of Conservative Republicans who supported Chris McDaniel and found their own party actively working against them.

Oh, we understand your definitions.

Where is the historical republican “character” in the fact-based exhibitions outlined above?

Remember Virginia 2012, 2013? When the conservative principle-driven electorate changed the method of candidate selection to a convention and removed the party stranglehold on their “chosen candidates”. Remember that? We do.

What did McConnell, the RNC and the GOP do in response with Ken Cuccinelli?  They actively spited him and removed funding from his campaign. To teach us a lesson? Well it worked, we learned that lesson.

Representative David Brat was part of that lesson learned and answer delivered. Donald Trump is part of that lesson learned and answer forthcoming – yet these professional political voices speak of “character”.

You speak of being concerned about Donald Trump’s hinted tax proposals. Well, who cut the tax rates on lower margins by 50% thereby removing any tax liability from the bottom 20% wage earners? While simultaneously expanding the role of government dependency programs?   That would be the GOP (“Bush Tax Cuts”)

What? How dare you argue against tax cuts, you say.

The truth is the “Bush Tax Cuts” removed tax liability from the bottom 20 to 40% of income earners completely. Leaving the entirety of tax burden on the upper 60% wage earners. Currently, thanks to those cuts, 49% of tax filers pay ZERO federal income tax.

But long term our fiscal house is much worse. The “Bush Tax Cuts” were, in essence, created to stop the post 9/11/01 recession – and they contained a “sunset provision” which ended ten years later specifically because the tax cuts were unsustainable.

obama_delivers budget_The expiration of the lower margin tax cuts then became an argument in the election cycle of 2012. And as usual, the GOP, McConnell and Boehner were insufferably inept during this process.

The GOP (2002) removed tax liability from the lower income levels, and President Obama then (2009) lowered the income threshold for economic subsidy (welfare, food stamps, ebt, medicaid, etc) this was brutally predictable.

This lower revenue higher spending approach means – lower tax revenues and increased pressure on the top tax rates (wage earners) with the increased demand for tax spending created within the welfare programs.

Professional DC Republicans focus on “spending” without ever admitting they, not the Democrats, lowered rates and set themselves up to be played with the increased need for social program spending, simultaneously.  Is this reality/outcome not ultimately a “tax the rich” program?

As a consequence what’s the difference between the Republicans and Democrats on taxes? All of a sudden Republicans are arguing to “broaden the tax base”. Meaning, reverse the tax cuts they themselves created on the lower income filers?

This is a conservative position now? A need to “tax the poor”? Nice of the Republicans to insure the Democrats have an atomic sledgehammer to use against them.

This is a winning strategy? This is the “conservatism” DC is defending because they are worried about Donald Trump’s principles, character or trustworthiness.

Here’s a list of those modern conservative “small(er) government” principles:

• Did the GOP secure the border with control of the White House and Congress? NO.
• Did the GOP balance the budget with control of the White House and Congress? NO
• Did the GOP even pass a FY 2016 budget with control of the House and Senate? NO.

• Who gave us a $2.5 Trillion Omnibus Spending Bill in December 2015? The GOP
• Who eliminated, not just raise but eliminated, the debt ceiling? The GOP
• Who gave us the TSA? The GOP
• Who gave us the Patriot Act? The GOP
• Who expanded Medicare to include prescription drug coverage? The GOP
• Who created the precursor of “Common Core” in “Race To the Top”? The GOP

• Who played the race card in Mississippi to re-elect Thad Cochran? The GOP
• Who paid Democrats to vote in the Mississippi primary? The GOP
• Who refused to support Ken Cuccinnelli in Virginia? The GOP

• Who supported Charlie Crist? The GOP
• Who supported Arlen Spector? The GOP
• Who supported Bob Bennett? The GOP
• Who worked against Jim DeMint? The GOP
• Who worked against Rand Paul? The GOP
• Who worked against Ted Cruz? The GOP
• Who worked against Mike Lee? The GOP
• Who worked against Ronald Reagan? The GOP
• Who is working against Donald Trump? The GOP

• Who said “I think we are going to crush [the Tea Party] everywhere.”? The GOP (McConnell)

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And, you wonder why we’re frustrated, desperate for a person who can actually articulate some kind of push-back?

Here’s a shock for ya – We are not just pushing back against Obama, Pelosi and Reid, we are also desperate for push back against you.

Inasmuch as Obama is our enemy, so too are Mitch McConnell, John Boehner and Paul Ryan.  Which leads to the next of your GOP talking points. Where they opine:

“Politics is a game where you don’t get everything you want”

Fair enough. But considering us “whacko birds” have simply been demanding common sense, ie. fiscal discipline, a BUDGET would be nice.

The last federal budget was passed in September of 2007, and EVERY FLIPPING INSUFFERABLE YEAR we had to go through the predictable fiasco of a Government Shutdown Standoff and/or a Debt Ceiling increase specifically because there is NO BUDGET!

That’s a fiscal strategy?

That’s the GOP strategy?

Essentially: Lets plan for an annual battle against articulate Democrats and Presidential charm, using a creepy guy who cries and another old mumbling fool who dodders, knowing full well the MSM is on the side of the other guy to begin with?

THAT’S WAS YOUR GOP STRATEGY?

Don’t tell me it’s not, because if it wasn’t there’d be something else being done. And what did the GOP do? They eliminated the entire debt ceiling, passed a $2.5 trillion omnibus spending bill, and kicked the can all the way to March 2017.

That’s a flippin’ solution?

That’s a republican solution?

That’s a conservative solution?

And don’t think we don’t know the 2009 “stimulus” became embedded in the baseline of the federal spending, and absent of an actual budget it just gets spent and added to the deficit each year, every year. Yet this is somehow smaller fiscal government?

….And you’re worried about what Donald Trump might do?

Seriously?

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303 Responses to The New Hampshire Outcome – The Establishment Republican Party Needs To Be Destroyed…

  1. TexasDude says:

    I agree with this post by Sundance except for one thing, tax revenue is and has been for several years at all time highs.

    You can argue that all should pay some tax no matter what, but to assert that the US is getting less in taxes is not accurate.

    As is also pointed out by Sundance, more spending is the problem.

    It’s the main problem of our finances.

    Tax revenue, not so much.

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    • rayzorback says:

      Somewhat agree….
      Studies on Turttle tunnels? Mating habits of? BS Spending of ALL sorts?
      SPENDING on LOW LIFES will not get it done.

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    • cwf60 says:

      The 49% of filers that pay no federal income taxes are very close to the percentage of people on some type of government aid. They constitute the dependency class that will vote for Hillary or Bernie for more free stuff and total care by the government. There are not enough taxpayers to support this type of fiscal irresponsibility.

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      • drewb04 says:

        That is just not true you may feel that way but folks on Social Security which I might add paid into SS do not vote or reflect your thoughts( think Tea Party).

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        • cwf60 says:

          Social Security recipients are not part of the dependency or entitlement class. The people receiving Social Security paid into a system that has been eroded by every group of Politicians since Roosevelt. It is the SS recipient’s money that they gave to the government for their retirement. I should have made that clear, but in my mind, I do not perceive them receiving something for nothing. They are part of the producers that are being ripped off. If someone dies, their money is redistributed by a government entity instead of given to the family of the producers. Lose /lose for those who put into their SS account.

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    • angry Dumbo says:

      Budgets, we all have them, we hate them, but we must live by them.

      In 2017, we will force our government to embrace budgeting. Or we will go broke.

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    • Guybee says:

      Is the issue the AMOUNT of revenue – or where the revenue is coming from. When you have 50% of the workforce tax free, we cease to be a capitalistic society. We are into the haves and have nots. The GOP, by reducing the tax base, they promulgate the “free” mentality – where you get it all from the government. It is human nature.

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  2. Gail Combs says:

    In fighting for the vote in SC, do remember the Southerners are NOT happy with the loss of Robert E Lee’s battleflag.

    I am in NC and the insult from the PC crowd still burns.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Not sure if that is a specific issue for most people or if that is a symptom of disliking PC stuff in general. Either way, renaming places, taking down monuments, its terrible, stupid PC stuff and its seems so Animal Farm/USSR!

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      • IMPACT1 says:

        Sorry, but, if those things are so hurtful and such a terrible reminder to people who were never a slave and they ‘want to wipe the slate clean’ why not go all the way and wipe clean any reminisce of slavery? …maybe then then the blacks can move forward…that would be a start…

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      • rayzorback says:

        Come to the SOUTH.
        We like the Flag… and… RESENT an Indian (Not the natives) tell US….
        what that Flag means is an insult to US!
        Nikki Haley can KISS MYY ASS!
        AMERICA is for AMERICANS!!!
        You Effin Canadians and Cubans and Indians can ….
        GO HOME!!!!!

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        • Gail Combs says:

          As a Yank first comming to the south, I had a couple old timers, one black and one white school me on the civil war history you never hear in school. and on the KKK. It is amazing how history has been rewritten by the PC crowd.

          (I figure when an old black guy is telling me that the KKK in the area was protecting BLACK women from rape by the carpet baggers he might know what he is talking about since it was his family history.)

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          • jackphatz says:

            My Mother told me stories of how the KKK would ,at times, actually work for the benefit of families and communities by keeping the bad elements out, drunks, pedophiles, woman beaters (her choice of wording), etc. Often these men were “run out of town” by the KKK. this was not the South, she lived in SW Ohio during the Depression. She didn’t remember any “colored’s” being the focus of these events, but…

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  3. seventhndr says:

    Needed this yesterday! Scratch that, wanted this yesterday!

    Great job of shoving Ted’s words back into his mouth whoever did this:

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      so many examples of Me Too Ted being Two faced Ted
      Worse part of his typical politician, two faced, back dealing, flip flopping, touch twisting self is that he runs as a ardent Christian.
      Stop being fooled, fellow Christians! Jimmy Carter makes a good Sunday School Teacher but how many Cruz supporters would support him for President?!
      Understand we are not electing a Sunday School Teacher, Preacher or Small Group leader. We are electing a President to make our borders secure, our country safe, make good trade deals, give us small government, get the EPA off of our backs, fix obama care (our costs have gone through the roof and now our deductible is such that we really only have catastrophic for more than we were paying for “good” insurance before O care!) and tell Common Core promoters to take a hike, letting us make education decisions at the local level. Cruz has a track record of NOT doing those things.
      Remember Mississippi 2014! Don’t vote for Cruz!

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      • rayzorback says:

        Cruzer LOSERS!
        How STUPID can YOU be?
        Born in CANADA?
        CUBAN dad?
        Godman Sachs?
        Citi Bank?
        Wife a CFS Member?
        TPP?
        NAU?
        WTF?

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      • lvdancer says:

        We need to teach the Christians that Dominionism is a CULT! IT is! Dominionism is a cult, NOT CHRISTIAN and a distortion of scripture! We need to get it out there! Evangelicals are being deceivied! Cruz is nuts….KIng over the earth? Seirousl? Papa says Ted is anointed to be King of all the Earth! It is a cult, an aberration of Christianity!! NOT SCRIPTURAL! Inform others! This oily lobbiest scammer must be kept far from the office of POTUS!

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        • MA in MO says:

          “We need to teach the Christians that Dominionism is a CULT! IT is! Dominionism is a cult, NOT CHRISTIAN and a distortion of scripture!”

          You are absolutely right on. Dominionism is not Biblical. They also go by “apostlelic reformation” or some such thing. I kept coming across the term Dominionism on another blog and wondered what it was. So I went searching. I have always felt that the best way to not fall for a false doctrine is to find out what their theology is based on and what they believe. Tenets of the faith if you will. Their up front and public statements sound great. What they actually believe is another story. Remember there are parts of islam that sound good that would give anybody the warm-fuzzies. It is all those parts that are evil satanic which tells them to kill infidels that is not so warm and fuzzy.

          One of my very best friends is a Cruz all-the-way fan. Next time we have our girls day out I plan on bringing up Dominionism.

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    • Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

      That is a most excellent video.

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  4. mazziflol says:

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  5. TheTorch says:

    So lets take a moment to remember, that when Trump announced the temporary ban on Mus. The entire media and the entire establishment derided him. Britain considered banning him from entering. Paul Ryan said it was not American values or something to that effect. Saint Raphael also spoke out against it.

    Tonight 2/3 of the voters in the NH Republican Primary support that policy.

    Let that sink in for a moment…🙂

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  6. R-C says:

    HEAR, HEAR, Sundance!!

    This might well be your best essay yet. I’m so pleased to read it; this work coalesces so many of the GOP Establishment’s egregious sops to their globalist Sugar Daddies.

    BRAVO! BRAVO!!

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    • Agreed.

      ….And you’re worried about what Donald Trump might do?

      Seriously?

      Absolutely nails it. Seriously, if these idiots think Trump is rain on their parade, they have no idea. The alternative is far, far, far worse. The Obama crazy, even watered down to RINO levels, is unacceptable now. PERIOD.

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  8. Holy cow Megyn is so deranged looking right now. She wants to chew Trump’s face off!

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  9. Bluto says:

    Sundance says:
    “Regardless of the outcome in the New Hampshire primary any and every “professionally Republican political candidate” needs to be removed.”

    “I speak for myself, and only myself.”

    I say, Bullsh’t!!! You speak for BLUTO too!!!!! 🙂😀 Preach it brother!!!

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  10. Otis says:

    Sundance…Incredible research and thought provoking. You continue to amazed me. This piece instantly brought back to memory as if it was yesterday. Thank you and God Bless you and your work.

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  11. The Defiant One says:

    Trump’s victory today reminds me of this song from Robin Zander – “In This Country” (from the Stallone movie Over the Top)

    Trump 2016

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  12. Can’t believe this. I went to foxnews.com, don’t hurt me peeps, to see their reaction and what is the BIG picture? Marco! Trump wins & they have the gang of h8er! I think I just came up with a new slogan for Marco. Gang of H8er. Sundance can that be the next bumper sticker?🙂

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  13. Scott says:

    Sundance! So strong! This is an article I will be sharing with all whom I know and love! EXACTLY, so well stated. So concise. Thank you.

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  14. NobodysaysBOO says:

    Watch OUT they are scared and cornered they WILL do some PHYCO CRAP! AGAIN!

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  15. warmac9999 says:

    You do not have to repeal Obamacare, you can simply slowly defund it piece by piece by putting the funding into bills that the president cannot afford to veto. There were many ways to stop Obamacare and the Republican Congress just caved to political expediency. The Republican establishment, by their actions, brought Trump and Cruz to the fore —- and We the People will not be deterred.

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  16. Tom says:

    I read this article today with an entirely different viewpoint than I would have just 24 hours ago — that’s when I watched two short videos by Jerry Day: “The CAFR Swindle – The Biggest Game in Town” https://youtu.be/1pRPBKJQnyU and “Government Will Not Save You From Corporations” https://youtu.be/mCAIj3YJUmg In this one-two video punch you learn that the conventional wisdom that “corporations buy politicians” is actually the reverse: the government has directly and indirectly taken ownership of so much corporate equity (70%) that it’s a no-brainer for them to take whatever action they think will bring them the most profit, regardless of what We The People think. The government and its employees want to ram Obamacare down your throat because they stand to rake in the most profit from it via their stock holdings in the Medical-Industrial Complex. This is equally true for both Democrats and Republicans. It’s official: we have become a fascist nation (merger of corporations and the state).

    This explains the government’s eagerness to pass TTIP and TPP — they will make more profit if they can get those pesky voters and archaic democracy out of the way. It explains their blatant criminality and willingness to kill to get ranchers off their land when the ranching is in the way of future corporate profits.

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  17. I think the analysis of the failures of the GOP are spot on here, but I truly fail to see how Trump will be “your murder weapon.” In most head to head polls between Trump and Clinton, Clinton wins. How does that kill the GOP? Trump is a narrsisistic, sexist, egomaniac, and there is a crap-ton of dirt on the guy that the media is strangely silent on right now, but if Trump gets the nomination, you can be sure that they won’t stay silent. Glenn Beck is doing a great job digging up that dirt. His radio shows this week are really worth a listen. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/glenn-beck-insider-podcast/id620967489?mt=2
    We conservatives really should be backing someone that can beat Clinton, and that isn’t Trump, its Ted Cruz.

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    • MA in MO says:

      May I agree to disagree with you. Connecting the dots gets you this:
      Murdoch has Rubio (promoting Rubio through FOX news. so much for fair and balanced)
      Goldman Sachs has Cruz (that so-called loan is more like a second mortgage with benefits)
      Soros has Kasich (just dumped a huge amount of money into his campaign)
      Soros also has the Clinton’s and the Saudi’s are also huge contributors to the Clinton’s.

      No matter how you vote, the global NWO elites have it covered.
      Trump is about as independent as anyone can get.

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    • k9puppy says:

      LMAO! I am sorry, but that is funny. Anyone that listens and follows Beck cannot be taken seriously.
      I am so sick of hearing the word “conservative”, it offends me just like the “N Word” offends Black people. What a farce, scam, joke, brainwashing term that has become.

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  18. MM says:

    Re: Obamacare
    Regardless of what anyone tells you about the Republicans being against it, it is a lie. They were for it all along, that is why it has not been repealed.

    Please never forget it was the Senate bill, not the House bill that got pushed through. This Senate bill should never have been available to be voted on. It was Olympia Snowe, a Republican, who made that bill possible by voting for it in the Senate Finance Committee. If she had voted NO, there would be no Senate bill.

    Now before you explain that she is a RINO, answer this question. What responsible republican leader would put a RINO on the most powerful committee in the Senate? No one. Unless you need someone there when needed and then use the excuse of RINO for convenience.

    There has not been two political parties for many decades. There is only one party with two marketing departments – Republican marketing dept and Democratic marketing department.

    I personally don’t think that Trump is real nor wants to be president. He is a “club” member and was tapped on the shoulder to come in and muddy the waters. He is getting all the free press as part of the deal so that he didn’t have to spend too much. The Republican primary circus is there to make Jeb look good. They knew Jeb could never muster anymore than 15%, if that much How do you make low numbers look good? Send in the troops to spread the numbers around.

    I think Trump is a little nervous. I think his muslim comment, spoken in the manner it was, was made to try and get his numbers down. What a surprise to the establishment when they went up! I am registered no party affiliation, so have no dog in this primary fight. I am rooting for him, since Rand Paul is out. But don’t be surprised if there is a twist or turn as the season continues and Trump gets pushed out. There is no way someone with over $10 B net worth wants that job. He will be rewarded handsomely for his contribution to this production. We may end up with Jebo on the ticket.

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  19. Eric Streicher says:

    I love and have understood your very eloquent points for some time now. But the list.of wrongs is so long that most will not take time to read it. I can assure you that those on the inside who know very well every one of them WILL NOT READ IT! I am organizing a rally in Washington October 28th 2016… Can you? Will you help me to get the word out? Sincerely Eric Streicher

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