New Michigan Poll: Ted Cruz Ceiling 19%, Marco Rubio Ceiling 18%, Donald Trump Winning…

It’s time to start flipping the opposition narratives onto their own candidates.

81% of Michigan republican voters do not support Ted Cruz; and 82% of Michigan republican voters do not support Marco Rubio.  Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have almost identical “ceilings” at 19% and 18% respectively. (link)

See how that works?  It’s all in the presentation:

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets a supporter following her address at the 18th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum at Columbia University in New York

MICHIGAN – […]  If the Michigan GOP Presidential primary were held today, Trump would win with 29% of the vote compared to Cruz with 19% and Rubio right on his heals with 18%.  Ohio Governor John Kasich and neurosurgeon Ben Carson are currently polling at 8% each.  Eighteen percent are still undecided.

Bernie Porn, president of the Lansing polling firm that surveyed 400 likely Republican voters said, “Trump is well positioned to win Michigan on Tuesday, March 8, but Rubio is likely to overtake Cruz in Michigan.  Nevertheless, as it now stands, Trump is the odds on favorite to win the GOP nomination in Cleveland.”

michigan poll 3-3-16

What’s fascinating about this year’s high interest presidential contest is that the candidate Michiganders like the most is at the bottom of the polls.  Detroit native Ben Carson has a 72% favorability rating, followed by Rubio at 64%, Cruz  – 57%, Kasich – 54% and Trump at 48%.

But Trump’s strength with the voters rests in what Bernie Porn says is “his attitude and image as a fighter which is stronger than where he stands on the issues.”

When the voters were asked about Trump’s statement that he would ban all Muslims from entering the U.S. until America got a better handle on combating terrorism, 61% of Republican voters agreed, 32% disagreed.  (read more)

trump rally michigan 2

trump rally michigan

Trump Rally Michigan

This entry was posted in Decepticons, Donald Trump, Election 2016, Marco Rubio, media bias, Ted Cruz, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

344 Responses to New Michigan Poll: Ted Cruz Ceiling 19%, Marco Rubio Ceiling 18%, Donald Trump Winning…

  1. GOPe has to many Custers for their last stand .

    They refused to even count U S All out here.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Navysquid says:

    What i like about Trump, he is NOT a politician and so you know exactly where stands on an issue.All of these other politicians, including Romney, speak in double meanings. They do this so they can squirm out of issues that may end up politically troublesome. They ALL backdown too when heat is applied, NOT Trump.

    Liked by 13 people

  3. Trumped says:

    Dont forget to add that 80% are AGAINST Cruz or Rubio

    Liked by 6 people

  4. All Hype says:

    Donald trump is going to wipe the floor with Marco Rubio tonight. He is going to tell him he should run for President of Minnesota!!!!

    Liked by 11 people

    • If people cannot see a pile of manure for what it is that is the fault of their eyesight and sense of smell not working properly. Even Marco Rubio himself has announced to the world he is working, not to be president nor out of love of country, but to take Trump down. His entire campaign is about taking Trump down. That’s a negative strategy. He is there to take not to give. Losing strategy.

      Liked by 7 people

    • red6242 says:

      Only if he remains calm and doesn’t get angry like last time. They want to try to bait Trump into being angry and yelling and not looking presidential. They will be going at him nonstop to try to make him break, he has to be strong and remain calm no matter what they say. We need to pray for Trump to get through what is to come.


  5. IMO says:

    Donald Trump Full Interview with Jamiel Shaw Sr. on Jamiel’s Law Show (3-2-16)

    Mr. Shaw is a beautiful person and big Trump supporter.

    Liked by 14 people

  6. scooter says:

    Bernie Porn???

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Jack Markle says:

    Liked by 5 people

  8. grlangworth says:

    “When the money is gone, the campaign comes to a stop” — Still Report # 678:

    Liked by 4 people

  9. joshua says:

    Mitt Romney family has a history of escaping the US laws and running to Mexico..where Mitts grandfather was a polygamist…and Mitt’s dad was born there….then they got run out of Mexico and ESCAPED back to the US…where Mitt’s dad eventually became a politician, etc. Mitt still has family members living in Mexico Today….

    In 1871, while still living in St. George Utah, Miles Park Romney’s son Gaskell Samuel Romney was born.

    In 1885 Miles Park Romney, a polygamist, joined a party to find land outside the U.S. in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, on which his family could settle, free from fear of his arrest. Under Mexico’s then-president Porfirio Díaz, Chihuahua had experienced explosive growth and became one of the most important cities in Mexico. The city became the seat for important banks and wealthy families.

    In the U.S. Miles Park Romney had been prosecuted in 1885 under the Edmunds Anti-Polygamy Act (for polygamy). This act allowed certain citizenship rights to be stripped of those convicted. Were the Romney’s United States citizenship rights revoked under the Edmunds Anti-Polgyamy Act?

    The act not only made polgyamy a felony, but it also revoked a polygamists’ right to vote, made them ineligible for jury service, and also prohibited them from holding political office. All elected offices in the Utah Territory were then vacated, and an election board was formed to issue certificates to those who both, denied a belief in polygamy, and did not practice it. New elections were held territory-wide.

    More than 1,300 men had been imprisoned under the terms of the Edmunds Act, but Miles Romney escaped.

    After living in exile in Mexico, Miles Park Romney never became a Mexican citizen, and neither did his son, Gaskell, or his grandson, George (Mitt’s grandfather). They were all denied Mexican citizenship because of statutes on the books in Mexico which denied that right to American settlers and their offspring.

    Miles Park Romney died on February 26, 1904, in Colonia Dublan, Mexico (a man without a country) – leaving behind 5 wives when his son Gaskell Samuel Romney was then 33 years old (who himself had three wives and various children).

    At the time that the Romneys had been living in exile in Mexico, wealth, political power and access to education in Mexico were concentrated among a handful of families, overwhelmingly of European descent, known as “hacendados”, who controlled vast swaths of the country by virtue of their huge estates (one family had an estate in Sonora alone that comprised more than one million acres). Most people in Mexico were landless, laboring on the vast estates or in the mines for little more than slave wages. Foreign companies, mostly from the United Kingdom, France and the U.S., exercised most of the power in Mexico.

    No peasant or farmer could claim the land he occupied without formal legal title. Helpless and angry small farmers and landless peasants saw no hope for themselves and their families under a Diaz regime, and came to the conclusion that a change of leadership would be the only route that offered any hope for themselves and their country. Such famous figures in Mexican history as Francisco I. Madero, Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata would launch a rebellion against the Mexican President Díaz, all of which eventually coalesced into what became known as the Mexican Revolution.

    More than 95% of Mexico’s land was owned by less than 5% of the population. This vastly unequal distribution of land—and, therefore the wealth—had plagued Mexico for many years, to the anger and dismay of the working classes, as this corrupt system allowed the rich to get richer while ensuring that the poor remained poor, or got even poorer. (Sound familiar?)

    Workers on the vast “haciendas” were often treated like slaves, being beaten for the slightest infraction—real or imagined—and the murders of workers by their “masters” was not uncommon (Just as were the slaves in the American South).

    Another way to ensure that the native Mexican farmers and workers were kept under the thumb of the wealthy classes was to make sure that any debt incurred was passed down from generation to generation, thereby ensuring that it would never be paid off and the farmers would be kept in perpetual debt bondage.

    Mitt Romney’s great-grandfather and grandfather would have also been “hacendados” during this time. Were they also guilty of these abuses to the people in Chihuahua, Mexico?

    After the Mexican peasants rose up in defiance because of these unjust abuses, and when the Mexican Revolution broke out in 1910, Gaskell Samuel Romney’s wives, children, and other extended family were driven out of the country by 1912 and fled back to the United States. At that time, Chihuahua, Mexico became the base of operations for the army led by Pancho Villa.

    Five years later, after the sinking of seven U.S. merchant ships by German submarines, President Wilson called for war on Germany, which the U.S. Congress declared on 6 April 1917. (No Romney served in the military during World War I.)

    Years later, just before the outbreak of World War II, Mitt Romney’s grandfather Gaskell sued Mexico after using it as a safe haven (after the Romney familiy had fled the United States to escape polygamy laws.)

    From the Boston Globe: “After fleeing the Mexican revolution, Mitt Romney’s grandfather, Gaskell lost his home and possessions. While living in Salt Lake City, Gaskell Romney ran for County Commissioner. Gaskell sued Mexico for the loss of his property and, in1938, was awarded damages of $9,163.

    In other words, Miles Park Romney used Mexico as a safe haven when fleeing polygamy laws here in the United States, so that later Mexico could be sued by his son Gaskell Romney because the oppressed Mexican people had driven out the oppressors with torches and pitch forks.

    From the SRE of México: “Twenty-seven years after Miles fled from U.S. government agents and took refuge in Mexico, the Romney family was back in the United States. The U.S. government, which had once chased Miles to Mexico due to his polygamy, now welcomed the Romneys and other Mormons to the United States. Congress had established a $100,000 relief fund that enabled the Romneys and other Mormon exiles to receive food and lodging. The case of Gaskell Romney v. United States of Mexico was finalized in Salt Lake City in 1938. Gaskell requested $26,753 in damages. He was awarded $9,163, court records show — a sizable amount in the post-Depression years. The records say that Gaskell was to give half of the award to his son George (Mitt Romney’s father), helping to set the family on firmer financial footing in the United States. (No Romney served in the military during World War II.)

    Was the Romney family U.S. citizenship stripped when they left the United States? No one knows yet. Appearing on The Chris Matthews Show, MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell claimed that Mitt Romney‘s relatives entered the United States illegally. And Romney is steadfastly reluctant to produce his tax returns, even though he happily asks immigrants for theirs.

    What we do know is that Mitt Romney has harsh views of immigration when he proudly accepted the endorsement of Kris Kobach. Like his fellow Republican via Russell Pearce (who sponsored the SB 1070 law in Arizona) — Romney also supports “self-deportation” laws.

    Indeed, it is correct to say that the U.S. Government bailed out the Romney family in their time of need when Congress voted $100,000 for Mormon transportation and relief (which calculates to approximately 2.5 million dollars today). Yet, this is strange to hear, considering Mitt Romney saying he was not very concerned with the poor.

    “Abusador” is a word Mexican-Americans are using to describe Mitt Romney, because they see a pattern of abuse that ranges from Bain Capital to the very poor and voiceless.

    The Mexican Revolution wasn’t the only war that was dodged by the Romney family. From June 1950 to July 1953 no Romney served in the Korean War. And no Romney served in the Vietnam War either, because Mitt Romney also dodged the draft during the Vietnam War era, a war he protested FOR. Mitt had several deferments, even though he supported the Vietnam War, and allowed others to die in his place. Missionary service was always a way to keep from being drafted into the military.


    How many US companies did YOUR company take bankrupt, fire the employees, close down, hire illegals, and profiteer off of the creditors losses? Fess up Mittens….you are not a clean hand dude.

    Liked by 5 people

    • It never ceases to amaze me whenever Mexico is discussed they omit using the word Spanish and use European instead. Perhaps this is a way to bad mouth all Europeans in one fell swoop, indirectly those emigrated from Europe which now make up a majority oof the peoples in the United States, I don’t know.

      To use the term European is misleading and makes one assume they come from all over Europe, but the hacendados were SPANISH. Yes Spain is European but why not just say Spanish? Europe is a continent consists of many countries and Spain doesn’t represent Europe, it is only one of FIFTY countries of Europe. Europe did not conquer the indigenous Indians in that area, Spain did. That’s why they speak Spanish, have Spanish surnames, and the Spanish religion of Catholic.

      Also, at that time there was no EU, no single solidarity of Europe like we have today. In those days each country was sovereign. Each have their own language. Their own currency. Their own separate culture. There wasn’t a “European culture.” And only ONE spoke SPANISH: SPAIN.

      Zapata’s family were Mexicans of Nahua and Spanish ancestry, that is mestizos (meaning mixed of Spanish and American Indian).

      The many countries of Europe, Spain is but one of many. Most of Europe didn’t come to America until the 1920’s.

      Europe: Countries: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Ukraine, Vatican City State.

      Liked by 2 people

      • I had the opportunity to spend some time for work in Zacatecas a few years ago and it was a total surprise to me. After arriving late at night to my hotel I went to breakfast the next morning to be served by a blue eyed blonde waitress that would look right at home in Cedar Rapids IA. Never one to shy away from an inquisitive discussion I asked where she was from. Born and raised in Mexico by multi-generational immigrants from Spain when Mexico was a Spanish colony. She then explained that there are neighborhoods from Germany, Spain, and many other Countries of Europe in the city that have been there for many years as well. I was amazed at the cultural diversity of that city. It was also home to Chubba Wubba Tequila (Sammy Hagar’s tequila processing factory).

        My point is that not all Mexico is what you know to be in the 20 mile wide strip at the border. I would love to go back for a visit and take the family but getting there is the issue.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Lepanto says:

        Agreed; but Catholicism was/is much more than “the Spanish” religion.


  10. joshua says:

    Mitt Romney’s family members were criminals and polygamists….ran away to Mexico to keep from being imprisoned…then ran away from Mexico back to US when they were thrown out of Mexico…never served in any military, nor his sons…used “missionary” ruse to stay safe. What a fraud.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Interesting. Romney is using self-projection, his calling Trump a phony and a fake is very telling because when we look into Romney’s life and history we see it is he that is a phony and a fake. We don’t know much about Romney because he has never shared himself with the public.

      Americans all know Trump for decades. One thing anyone can see is he is not a phony or a fake, but rather quite the opposite and lives his life very openly and transparent, even broadcasting it for all to see and hear. Trump shares himself with us. We know his wives names, even the details of each divorce, how he met his new wife, his kids and even who their spouses are, his homes and investments, many of his jobs like the skate rink, casino and many hotels and golf courses others, where he lives, what his golf handicap is, and even his political views dating back 30 years, most of which have never changed. Heck we even know his favorite food, and favorite color!

      What do we know about Romney? Not much! He keeps a lot hidden.

      Liked by 4 people

    • sandra says:

      The this guy has the gull to go national on TV and say Trump can’t be trusted etc, etc. what a snake. Another plot of the GOP’S


  11. The FEC complaint on Ted Cruz’s not reported loan is boiling now too.

    He had what amounted to a campaine donation from his Goldman Sacs wife Heidi worth million or more. All she can give is $15,000.

    Liked by 8 people

  12. zephyrbreeze says:

    Another video of Ted Cruz lying, saying he has no idea what this hate preacher just said about killing gays before introducing Ted Cruz as a speaker.

    Liked by 1 person

    • georgiafl says:

      Just because the preacher is wrong and rabid, doesn’t make the facts go away and doesn’t make the LBGTXYZ lifestyle healthy or happy or holy or low risk. There is no approval or affirmation in Scripture.

      CDC reports highest incidence of all STDs in this demographic…from 40-150 times greater incidence. Some are incurable, and if the patient has more than one STD, which is frequent in this group, the treatment is extremely complex. There are new STDs that are untreatable.

      All human emotions and responses are conditioned, including s3xual response. The church needs more facts, science, wisdom and love – but does not need to accept or affirm or promote these (conditioned, maladaptive, high risk) unBiblical behaviors. We cannot – it is not love to do so.


      • You bring up an interesting point. I could care less what someone wants to do, personally. None of my business unless someone makes it my business.

        However, during the writing of Obamacare the Insurance lobby that wrote it made sure that there were conditions where an insurance agency can cancel your health insurance if they so desired. There is talk now of adding gun ownership to that list exactly as Reagan warned us about for social medicine. But that is different because one of the restrictions that is IN THERE is motorcycle ownership. That is correct, under the present law a motorcyclist may be denied healthcare. You can be illegal carrying all sorts of horrendous diseases, be a gang member, have a huge pre-existing condition, and, apparently gay and have a huge health risk as you point out but that is okay. The rules are structured to curtail legal behaviors like motorcycling or (eventually) gun ownership.

        Okay, this was way off the topic I was trying to make but it just hit one of my cold anger nerves… Social Engineering in all its splendid glory….

        Liked by 4 people

    • John Galt says:

      I think the anti-gay rallies are actually cruising parties for closeted GOP homosexuals.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Doug says:

        No they seriously are. We all joke about it but im telling you as a gay man we all know this is what those things are. The denial is hilarious!


  13. pbunyan says:

    I’m in southwest Michigan and everyone I know (including myself, of course) are voting for Trump next Tuesday.

    Liked by 11 people

  14. LaBonBon says:

    I worry so much about fraud. Trump’s actual votes are never as high as the polling. Very suspect.

    Liked by 7 people

  15. Ron Hyatt says:

    The Establishment heads are exploding, and they will implode after Willard blathers.


    • tg159 says:

      The GOPe heads are exploding but don’t be deceived that they are going to implode and just go away.These are very ruthless individuals and they will do anything and everything to retain their hold on power.

      Liked by 4 people

  16. Evidently I need to have some “Sense shakin into me”. I can’t tell you the extent of my loathing right now.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. Martin says:

    Liked by 4 people

  18. Simon says:

    This is an amazing breakdown of Trump’s healthcare plan from Karl Denninger at –

    “Trump is the only candidate out of both parties promising to do this. If he does the federal deficit disappears instantaneously and permanently. Your cost of living falls. Your purchasing power increases every single year. At the same time your cost of medical care will fall precipitously, by as much as 80%.”

    Liked by 5 people

  19. carolmcd says:

    I hope you will print this.

    The other side is using Trump’s below 30 support in Michigan as reason his support isn’t enough to keep other people from challenging him. There’s no reason to consolidate behind him, they say.

    One disturbing thing this morning is the report of a Trump campaign person who says Trump is not deploying enough resources into the states to actually win. He posted this complaint on Facebook. Guy is a vet, etc., so not some flake. It was reported by Huffington Post. Trump needs to build up his leads in these sates, not lose support to Rubio in the final days, which is what has happened in several states.


  20. Steve in MT says:

    Trump is just a Democrat who is running for the conservative party’s nomination in order to keep real conservatives from having a voice. Your adulation of him is ridiculous. And don’t tell me that you think he speaks the truth! He speaks whatever he thinks you want to hear. Just like Obama.
    Your support of him will be your disgrace when he destroys the Constitution and this country.


    • Sentient says:


      There are – IMO – five main issues:
      1) SEAL (not “secure”) the US-Mexico border with a wall.
      2) Kill TPP – which cedes US sovereignty (requires “free movement of labor”, etc.)
      3) End conspiring in health care and pharmaceuticals. (see #’s 5 & 7)
      4) End stupid and pointless neocon wars in the Middle East.
      5) NO to accepting large numbers of Muslim “refugees” from the Middle East

      Everyone else in both parties is on the wrong side of all of these issues. You must be on the wrong side of these as well.

      Liked by 4 people

    • larsku2013 says:

      That is not true regarding Trump. It has been proven true time after time for the Republican establishment though. I think you are in opposite world.


    • Steve, wake up the Republic is GONE. We’re $21 TRILLION dollars in debt and if that is not addressed your precious labels and ideologies mean NOTHING, niente nada NOTHING! There will be time for ideology after the ship gets righted.

      United States also has a foreign invasion and if you lived in the border states, which I have, you would know that. The drugs pouring in through the open border. And if you lived in Europe, which I have, you would clearly see the signs of it already coming here to US. They are the same signs I witnessed starting in ITALY only decade ago, but where we are now is about 8-10 years into it.

      This election is critical to change the 2 things above. And without doing so you, your family and your children will be living in poverty, unless you are one of the fortunate ones to be in the upper income class or smart ones that can afford to live in the MOUNTAINS or away from the big cities.

      You are free to sing your unGodly ideology anytime you want but it is going to fall on deaf ears to those who’s spirits have been quickened and have eyes and ears to see the engine light is not only RED but it is also BLINKING.

      Getting out of the car to cut the wire to make that red blinking light go off will not help, just make you feel better that the light is out.

      Politicians cannot fix the economy, they are the ones that ran it into the ground and no amount of preaching conservatism will help, as they are politicians, aka LIARS.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Mike says:

      Cruz supporters like you have no credibility, Steve. You support a Canadian Fraud, after all.

      Liked by 1 person

    • bluesky says:

      Steve, I dont know if you are trolling or not, however if you are serious – here is my serious response.

      If you asked 100 people to define “conservative”, you will probably get 100 different answers. Conservatives run a gambit of social, fiscal, economic and constitutional issues.

      Some reasons I support Trump because:
      1. He was the only one willing to address illegal immigration head-on w/o platitudes.
      2. If you follow his rallies & speeches, he has been extremely consistent on 2nd amendment, trade, economics, free-market healthcare, national debt, military, etc…
      3. Trump has been candid in his speeches & books about his evolution on abortion, his failed marriages, business bankruptcies, personal & business associates, etc… I appreciate the transparency
      4. He is self funding, so unlike other candidates, there are no behind the curtain puppet masters.

      I consider myself a Christian w/ strong traditional values & support the US Constitution. I have 2 Master degrees and have worked in Operations & Accounting for over 30 years primarily in smaller manufacturing businesses that employ 10-100 people. I am seeing first hand how Obamacare, increase payroll taxes, regulations, labor costs, etc… are hurting businesses. Unlike leftists, I do not create a us vs them, good vs bad, employer vs employee narrative. Businesses are struggling which in turn hurts workers. Politicians love to say they help the workers, yet they either ignore businesses or demonize them. Trump is the only one that seems to understand that the best way to help the American worker is to help American businesses.

      I had to ‘deprogram’ myself of decades of political platitudes, MSM indoctrination and social pressure/push towards the left. Last June, this website helped a lot to reveal what was behind the curtain. It was not comfortable to admit that I had been duped into voting for McCain (he is the most electable) and Romney (he is such a nice guy). I had to admit that both the GOP and Democratic party have been guilty of undermining the US Constitution. Both parties are ruled by the same puppet masters, and since I had been a ‘loyal’ GOP follower, I had to admit I was being jerked around by the same strings.

      Trump is definitely ‘out of the box’ yet the more I read, listened, and thought about all the candidates, the more I recognized that Trump is the best candidate for changing the trajectory of America.

      I’m no starry-eyed follower of Trump. I am pissed off American. I am politically incorrect & nationalistic. I expect to hear English when I call customer service or order a burger. The money I earn is mine, not the government’s. I want to see ‘Made in USA’ on a variety of goods and have it mean quality. I want to see the US Constitution preserved, protected, and defended from all enemies both foreign and domestic.


      • sandra says:

        You are so right. Trump may not be perfect but, he certainly is the best choice out of the politicians, who do nothing but talk. All this talk about Conservative is a joke and the Conservatives and Republic are just one big party with to different names to mis-lead the people and that’s why nothing gets done in WD. GOP all about power and the gravy train. Trump is the only way to go and for the people.


    • Gail Combs says:

      To put it bluntly WE DO NOT CARE Steve!

      All we care about is TRUMP IS NOT A GLOBALIST!!!!

      We call the DemonRats and the ReBooblicans the Uni-party for a reason. They are ALL Globalists/Corporatists.

      Get a little education — see E.M. Smith’s explanation of “Evil Socialism” vs “Evil Capitalism” and link

      It all depends on whether your view point is that the individual should serve the State or whether the State is there to protect the rights of the individual. It really is that simple.

      Democrat vs Republican is just a circus act to keep the serfs from figuring out they are being taken to the cleaners.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Concerned says:

      Who is your preferred candidate, Steve? Complain all you want, it means nothing unless you can propose a better alternative.


  21. Went back to the Austin Texas trail where I found Ted Cruz the “not insider” of Washington D.C. getting his home equity loan from followed by the more expensive homes trail.

    It sold for cash to John O. Manning and wife, he was may still be with Great Point Capital, which is a day trading commodities deal with hqts in Chicago.

    He paid cash for the home.

    Heidi with Goldman Sacs and Manning with a day trader and the sale cash.

    When you look at Ted and wife Heidi they had a first and second loan to buy the first Austin home and later had a home equity loan to get enough cash it looks like to move to Houston and put down a down payment there. When they get to Houston, both the condo’s in the high rise there have large loans on them too.

    Where did all this money come from is the big question.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. Bull Durham says:

    Romney owes me my donations.

    This is what Losing looks like.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. yakmaster2 says:

    Mittens Romney, wordslinger for GOPe.
    He should be ashamed to go out on a stage after losing an election and viciously hit the Republican front runner when he treated Obama with the utmost respect.
    This is truly Romney unmasked.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. TheFenian says:

    I am agahst at speech being given. The Republican party is dead.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. Craig W. Gordon says:

    Mittens spewing poo about The Don. Pretzel logic from the Penguin Man. I wonder how the GOPe will spin this the next few days? OMG Trump is winning and they can’t stand it!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sentient says:

      Mittens is helping Trump and they’re too stupid to even realize it. Mike Gallagher took a call-in poll of listeners to see how many even care to hear Romney’s speech 75% (21-7) said “no”.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Poor Romney, no one ever told him they only voted for him because he was NOT OBAMA. People grew to like him but it was never love. He was the only alternative to Obama in 2012.

        Now he can’t even claim THAT, as we all know it is the same as Obama. He never fought Obama like he’s fighting Trump and Trump supporters. He insults Trump, he insults the American people. We see the slow invasion of our borders. We see our jobs shipping overseas. We are sick to death of their lies.

        Romney is phony and fake. Romney is just another LIAR.

        Liked by 2 people

  26. SZ says:

    There is an important story from the past by a great teacher about a great Lion who roamed through the land. Here are some direct quotes and some paraphrases of that important story.

    “There was a great Lion who roamed in a pasture at the edge of a forest.

    One day the great Lion came upon a herd of sheep that were eating grass and “baaing” in the pasture.

    The great Lion looked at each one of the sheep in the flock and was amazed to see a “lion” among them eating grass and “baaing”…all of them together never seeing any difference between a lion and a sheep. The “sheep-lion” had accidentally been left behind near the flock which he then joined as a “young lion” to survive.

    “This now “huge” lion, all grown up with long mane and tail, behaved just like a sheep.

    The sheep-lion bleated instead of roaring and ate grass instead of meat. This vegetarian lion acted exactly like a weak, meek lamb.

    The great and powerful Lion slowly walked over to the flock of sheep.

    As he began to make his pursuit, he saw that the sheep-lion was starting to run in fear.

    The great Lion, paused, scratched his head, and asked “Why are you acting like a sheep when you are a Lion?” The “sheep-lion” said, please don’t hurt me.

    The great Lion dragged the pitiful sheep-lion over to a lake. The great Lion pushed the
    sheep-lion’s head so that it was reflected in the water. He began to shake the sheep-lion, who still had his eyes tightly closed, saying, Wake up, open your eyes! You are not a sheep.”

    The sheep-lion opened his eyes and was astonished to find that the reflection of his head was not, as he expected… that of a sheep’s head, but, instead was that of a great Lion.

    We are the same said the great Lion. My face roars…now, you must roar instead of bleating!

    When the sheep-lion tried to roar, he could only produce bleat-mingled roars.

    As the great Lion continued to exhort him with slapping paws, the sheep-lion at last succeeded in roaring.

    Then the two great Lions bounded across the pasture, entered the forest, and returned to the pride of lions together.”

    I feel this story in so many ways tells Donald Trump’s bid for the White House.

    He has had to pound some “sheep-lions” over and over in order to wake them up but he had the courage to do so whether they liked it or not.

    The politicians as usual want us asleep and bleating like sheep. This is the game they are playing now with Americans.

    It is too late, however, if we keep waking up more sheep-lions to add to the “pride” of America in this next election.

    We have to keep waking up more lions so they join the pride led by Donald Trump and he is our nominee no matter what the hyenas pull from the shadows to stop him.

    Final thought: This election will not be stopped by the large group of insane “hyenas” that have been our representation in government for so long now and convinced us all that we are sheep and that we are powerless.

    So, “can you hear us roar now”?

    With the great “Lion”, Donald Trump at the helm, together we can “make America great again”.

    Americans have an important choice to make…either we continue to “sleep with the hyenas” like sheep in fear or we wake up and “sleep with the lions” courageous and confident.

    Liked by 3 people

  27. Bull Durham says:

    Romney just shot his wad. Dribbled in his pants.

    Bring it on RINOS.

    Because Fuck You, That’s Why!

    Liked by 2 people

  28. NJF says:

    Mitt is a POS. That is all.


  29. Bull Durham says:

    Monica Crowley got the intent of Romney very clearly. His instructions to the voters to vote for Rubio in Florida, Kasich in Ohio, and then vote in other states for the strongest other in each.
    Which leads to the convention deadlock where a Bush or Romney is annointed and all the others lose.

    Liked by 2 people

    • annieoakley says:

      Corey Gardener R Colorado, sent notices to people telling them to vote for Rubio, though the Caucus was not supposed to even do a straw poll. He urged ‘support for Rubio’ as the only candidate who was ‘able to defeat Hillary’. The Republican Caucus I attended was told ‘they could not use school furniture’ less than 12 hours before the start. They had receipt books and envelopes for cash donations to cover the furniture rentals. Corey Gardner has a facebook page with very angry, negative comments from constituents. I think the Republican Party is dead and they just don’t know it.

      Liked by 2 people

  30. Mitt Clinton Romney


  31. Bull Durham says:

    Very interesting that Romney did not address his embrace of The Donald four years ago. And the money he received from Donald.

    Like a woman who has lost her man. Romney was very weak.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Mitt’s attempt to be the Democrat replacement for Ms Clinton.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Bull Durham says:

    Growth of the economy will lead to recession. Romney thinks we have a good economy now?

    Memorable moment of a symbol of vulture capital (whether true or not) a genius at exploiting tax law and investment leverage.

    And a capitalist attacking an entrepreneur for taking risks and sometimes failing and then using the law of bankruptcy which is there for such failing enterprises. It’s all legal. So he had 4 failures and hundreds of successes. Present employee total for Trump 22,500 people.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Paco Loco says:

    When Trump is elected we need to hold his feet to the fire to purge the party of all of these gas bag RINOS like Romney. Their loyalty is to the almighty globalists and stuffing their pockets with gold stolen from the American people.

    If they cheat and take down Trump at the convention, , there will be hell to pay!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Remington says:

      Paco…yes there will be hell to pay. As it was said the other day here “ballets or bullets”….you chose. After this performance by romney, maybe he needs to be put in a cell forever or longer – with Candy Crowley. The GOPe is a walking F$%^ you to the American public….Every day, my anger increases logarithmically.

      Liked by 1 person

  35. redsequin4 says:

    I didn’t listen to him and I don’t care what he says, he’s a failed candidate who lost an election he should have won. Because he was so weak we ended up with another four years of Obama.

    Liked by 3 people

  36. KA says:

    Help end the lies about Donald Trump by all the politicians along with much of the media that is behind them that are betrayers…get this link out everywhere and every chance you get today.

    It is posted above as a video and now needs to be sent out over and over in mass via a link for people to see the truth.

    It’s all there to counter every one of the lying “hyenas”. and the technology is there to make it go viral.

    Liked by 2 people

  37. Kurt says:

    It reminds me of the song one trick pony. Maybe next after Mitt will have McCain, Dole, Bush 1-30 and Fox News.
    Oh that’s right they already did that. Trump has put the fear of God in them, and since they all our the real Devil in sheep clothing. They can only continue to act like a two year who can only yell and scream for attention. Screw all government officials like they do to the people of the USA.
    If your illegal the government loves you. Is there something wrong with this type of thinking?


  38. Michigan voters, like most voters across the country, are tired and weary of the establishment 2 political party candidates. They would rather opt for Trump who is not burdened with all the political party albatross garbage:

    Ted Cruz GOP Establishment Ties Exposed: The Bain Report


  39. sam says:

    I’m a huge Trump supporter but sometime I think about 2 years ago I would never imagine President Trump and sometime think I myself am crazy for voting for him. The more I see the GOPe and Mitt Romney attacking Trump the more I know I made the right choice.

    Liked by 2 people

  40. zephyrbreeze says:

    Liked by 2 people

  41. zephyrbreeze says:


  42. shipley130 says:

    And here I was thinking Rubio was Water Boy. Apparently, he is actually Foam Boy (whatever that is).


  43. thurmrob says:

    It was like they ran Romney against Obama with the intent not to win and secure another four years of Obama. When it looked like Romney was getting traction he disappeared completely. We owe Trump our undying gratitude to put himself out there for us… the people of our dying Republic that was founded on the blood of so many patriots before us. Thank you Donald!

    Liked by 1 person

  44. czarowniczy says:

    I love how the out-of-touch party elite stopped stuffing their pockets long enough to reanimate Romeny and shove him out center stage to tell the Great Unwashed that they should be eating what they’re served and not be ordering off the menu.
    Romney was rejected in 2008 and the Party again trots him out in 2012 as an election they knew they were going to lose. Now they trot out their designated loser to front their anti-popular choice smear campaign. Well, if anyone in the breeeatch seats knows a phony and a fraud…


  45. scslayer says:

    Here are the details of Trump’s plan.

    Repeal Obamacare. “Our elected representatives must eliminate the individual mandate. No person should be required to buy insurance unless he or she wants to.”
    Repeal the McCarran-Ferguson Act, and allow the sale of insurance across state lines. “By allowing full competition in this market, insurance costs will go down and consumer satisfaction will go up.”
    Allow tax payers to fully deduct health insurance premium payments in their tax returns, as businesses can. “Businesses are allowed to take these deductions so why wouldn’t Congress allow individuals the same exemptions?”
    Review basic options for Medicaid and work with states to ensure that those who want healthcare coverage can have it.
    Allow all individuals to use Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), and make those contributions tax-free and allow them to accumulate year after year. Make them part of an individual’s estate, able to be passed on to heirs without fear of any death penalty.
    Require price transparency from all healthcare providers, including clinics and hospitals.
    Block-grant Medicaid to the states. Incentivize the states to seek out and eliminate fraud, waste and abuse to preserve government resources.
    Remove barriers to entry into free markets for drug providers that offer safe, generic options. “Congress will need the courage to step away from the special interests and do what is right for America. Though the pharmaceutical industry is in the private sector, drug companies provide a public service.”

    Read more here:

    Liked by 1 person

    • John Galt says:

      Trump is threatening the insurance industry with actual competition? Insurance companies will be writing YUGE checks to politicians.


  46. ecmarsh says:

    After all the scheming and work Ted Cruz has put into his campaign and this Mitt Romney shows up to take over the candidates place. I would be quite pissed off at the whole establishment. Lets see what Teddy has to say.


  47. Trumpdefender18 says:

    What happened in OK btw??? I thought Trump was ahead in the polls?


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s