Post GOP Debauchery Analysis – We are Well Beyond “Enough is Enough”…

It has been said that successful politics, in general, is dependent upon the consumer holding a short-term memory.   Last night’s GOP debate debauchery is most certainly evidence of that.

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It was only a few months ago when every single non-CNBC analyst, including media and ironically Fox News punditry, widely panned the October CNBC debate as a ridiculous presentation of intentional attacks upon presidential candidates.

However, will we see a similar reaction to an almost identical presentation last night?  Most likely not.  So, we must ask ourselves, what has changed?

Allow me to highlight the final two questions put by Fox News moderator Chris Wallace as an example.  These questions were less than 3 minutes apart:

Question #1 – “Senator Rubio … Please look at Mr. Trump and tell him why he’s unqualified to be President?”

~ 3:05 later ~

Question #2 – “Senator Rubio, will you support the party’s nominee even if it turns out to be Donald Trump?”

To say the Fox News team was at least as bad as the CNBC team would be an intellectually honest statement.   The entire media enterprise has devolved into a race to the bottom, and in complete honesty it’s not the fault of the candidates on the stage – they are being set up  to look like abject idiots.

When a debate is so transparently constructed to attack ONE PERSON, namely Donald Trump, the substance of the attack itself becomes irrelevant and the attacked person wins.

My heavens, that’s about the third time post-debate we’ve repeated that exact same statement. That’s why Donald Trump is once again undamaged by these insufferable showcases of corporate media bias and obvious agenda.  It’s ridiculous, yet they continue to do it.

Obviously Fox News holds a severe case of Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS), but the issues are not exclusive to Fox.  Earlier, CNBC and most certainly the CNN effort are conducting these debate displays as if the viewing audience is: A.) too stupid to see the transparent agenda, and B.) knuckle-dragging slope-heads drooling over the latest round of verbal blood sport with Cheeto crumbs on their bellies.

And it’s not just the smug moderators.  Did you see the people in the audience sitting behind the seated moderators waving, hamming it up, making funny faces and also being complete idiots on camera?

This stuff is so over-the-top it is impossible not to walk away thinking the larger of the big agenda items is to intentionally push this entire field into the pit of absurdity in a last ditch effort to destroy the entire political enterprise.

It has to be.  There is no other plausible explanation for the optics, the behavior, the tone and moderation conduct, and the framing of the GOP candidates.

To believe the media motivation is NOT to destroy the candidates, a viewer would need to ignore every available point of reference that exemplifies exactly that.   Sorry, but I’m retaining my own intellectual honesty and unwilling to believe their produced “clown show” exhibition is just happenstance.

Knowing the RNC is directly responsible for every scintilla of what takes place at a debate, down to the placement of the light bulbs, I can only come to the conclusion the National Republican party is now goal oriented to erase nine months of previous campaigning; and make the debate such a ridiculous presentation that all participants become fatally weakened.

Having heard the growing louder pontifications calling for an open (brokered) convention, it would almost appear these debates are intentionally being constructed to facilitate an outcome toward that end….  Diminish everyone, then waddle into a convention, dim the lights, spotlight center-room, and up-pops someone else; perhaps someone still on the ballots, perhaps a Jeb.   It sounds absurd; but damn, look at what they’re doing.

I mean really LOOK at what they’re doing.

This nonsense doesn’t have to happen, and it darned sure never happens accidentally.

Did you hear one single question about the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal?

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Enough is enough.

Yet, the RNC has another debate lined up in Miami a week from now…

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858 Responses to Post GOP Debauchery Analysis – We are Well Beyond “Enough is Enough”…

  1. I am proud of my fellow Michiganders! A great enthusiastic crowd this morning. And, having to get there at 5 or so this morning, they were awake and ready to rumble!

    Liked by 10 people

    • MVW says:

      Yes, great rally. These folks lives have been destroyed by the continued attack on business that has caused the auto, and many others, industries to be destroyed. They see hope in Trump that he understands and is capable of fixing the problems.

      It is a long road ahead.

      Liked by 8 people

      • starfcker says:

        Long road ahead. That was a rough debate. That’s the most bloodied I’ve seen Trump. He only has one more and he can quit doing debates.we have 10 more days of the kitchen sink flying our way, and the primary is over. Trump can do this. Trump will do this. Bowing out of CPAC was a great move. Every fire he puts out in the next 10 days ticks us one step closer. He is a closer. He will close the deal. Magnificently

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  2. MVW says:

    I see a lot of concerned trolls posting, very easy to spot.

    The RNC just like the media networks have destroyed their brand. After Trump wins the primary and general, the new American revolution needs a new political party, the American party, as the Democrat and Republican parties are both owned by globalists.

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    • MVW says:

      These debates as has been continually affirmed are not debates, they are verbal assaults, nothing but pure crap, nothing else to call it.

      The networks have all turned into the same, verbal crap machines. No other description that I can think of fits.

      That is all I have to say.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Concerned Virginian says:

        I am sure that everyone has already heard that Rush Limbaugh declared Ted Cruz to be the winner of last night’s “debate”. I will never listen to Rush/Hannity/Levin again. What they are doing goes far beyond drinking at the same trough of “Kool-Aid”.

        Liked by 7 people

        • R-C says:

          Limbaugh’s day has come and gone.

          Liked by 11 people

        • kallibella says:

          For a guy as political savvy as Rush, I’m surprised he continues to go the way of Cruz. Lying Ted has no path to victory. On his own he won’t get the nomination. His message is not appealing to the people, R primary voters, much less general election voters.

          I think that Cruz is the current exponent of a very recalcitrant point of view, one that misrepresents true conservative thought. Even misrepresents true Tea Party thought. Cruz’s views are informed by his own religious views. And while I don’t have a problem with an individual being true to his convictions, I am afraid that many of his followers appear to be trying to elect a Pastor In Chief. And I say this as a born-again follower of Jesus Christ.

          I think that the “morality” aspects of a nation like ours should lay squarely at our pulpits and Christian leaders. The President must be qualified to execute the functions prescribed to his Office by the Constitution. The Constitution assumes the electorate/citizenry is a “moral people.”

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        • 1stgoblyn says:

          I have not listened to this guy in years; got tired of hearing him go on and on about his plane or golf or cigars, etc. So full of himself. However, I turned him on for about 15 min this morning b/c I wanted to hear what he had to say about the “show” last night and heard him say, “Cruz hit a grand slam…”. Did Cruz answer one dang question last night? I am asking b/c I got so sick of it I turned it off about halfway thru. Everytime I heard him respond to a question during the time I did listen, he turned it into an attack on DJT but never answered. Anyone?

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          • cmscarpa says:

            Perhaps he should have taken a tip from his daughter and dispatched that thing from his lip. Now that would have been a grand slam.

            Liked by 1 person

          • parteagirl says:

            I was in the car for about 5 min, turned Rush on for about 3 minutes (first time in weeks) heard him say Cruz hit a grand slam at the debate and CLICK turned him off.

            Ted’s answer on how to help Detroit was horrible. The first thing out of his mouth was to shame the voters for putting liberal politicians in charge for 60 years. It’s true that liberal policies destroyed Detroit, but he was asked for a solution and instead he scolded.

            That would be like greeting a battered wife friend who comes to your door with a black eye and the first thing out of your mouth is “You never should have married that guy.”

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        • Zen Masta says:

          I agree I’ve been monitoring Limbaugh and Levin and they continue to in a subtle way criticize Trump meanwhile defending Rubio and Cruz. I also listen to Laura Ingraham and she loves Ted Cruz he can do very little wrong, she never gets into his Wall Street connections or his vote on various issues to a degree where you can understand how damaging he could be as President. These so called top conservative personalities are clearly biased.

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        • Gail Combs says:

          Rush is bought and paid for! — FOLLOW THE MONEY

          Jul 3, 2008 – Rush Limbaugh signed an eight-year contract for about $400 million, a big jump from his last Clear Channel deal. That means Rush is negotiating a new contract RIGHT NOW.

          From WIKI:
          Clear Channel Communications. — In 2008 it was taken private by Bain Capital, LLC and Thomas H. Lee Partners through a leveraged buyout
          ” In 1998 it made its first move outside of the United States when it acquired the leading UK outdoor advertising company More Group plc, which was led by Roger Parry; Clear Channel went on to buy many other outdoor advertising, radio broadcasting, and live events companies around the world, which were then re-branded Clear Channel International. These included a 51% stake in Clear Media Ltd. in China.”

          Who owns Clear Channel?
          July 2008 – Bain, together with Thomas H. Lee Partners, acquired Clear Channel Communications

          Bain Capital is a global investment firm. “Bain Capital was founded in 1984 by partners Mitt Romney, T. Coleman Andrews III, and Eric Kriss, Romney initially had the titles of president. He was also the sole shareholder of the firm. Early investors included members of elite Salvadoran families and other wealthy Latin Americans invested $9 million primarily through offshore companies registered in Panama.”


      • Jenny R. says:

        These debates are 3 ring clown shows.

        Liked by 1 person

  3. truthandjustice says:

    One thing not many point out but think it’s a great positive for Trump is how he handled his feud with Fox and Kelly by not only participating in the debate, but handled it well. And, think it’s bringing in more to his side after seeing how they’re all out to get him like that.

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    • Texas Fossil says:

      “So, we must ask ourselves, what has changed?”

      We are witnessing an incredible movement, arising from the people.

      Sen. Jeff Sessions: “The events of history have aligned to give the people this fleeting chance to bust up the oligarchy – to take back control from the ‘Masters of the Universe’ return it to the good and decent and patriotic citizens of the United States.”

      The GOPe has thrown down the gauntlet. They expect and demand that Trump abide by agreement to support the nominee, but they will not themselves reciprocate.

      Very bad statement. This will not end well.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        I found it really interesting to see how many black people are standing with Trump. They are furious at the treatment Mr. Trump has received.. But on some level its familiar to them. No matter how powerful you think you are The Man can come and try to take it away.

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  4. kallibella says:

    Donald Trump is skipping CPAC as per Cavuto on Fox News.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Angry Dumbo says:

      CPAC and GOPe would rather lose without Trump and Trump voters, than win with us. So be it. “conservative” has lost a lot of its meaning in the past 30 years. Ultimately good for Trump and bad for CPAC and the GOPe.

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    • the blacksmith says:
      skipping CPAC because he’s got better things to do…
      9:00 AM rally in monroe (?) michigan – i think that was 7,000 in a basketball arena with another 4,000 outside
      12:00 PM rally in cadillac michigan – that might have been the one above, but net, net is it’s more valuable for him to spend his time in front of the voters.
      and he has another one later, maybe in Wisconsin.
      probably 20,000 direct contacts with real voters vs. being seen by the few there & some on C-SPAN? besides, he ain’t gonna blow off people who invested time to see him.
      he’s in it to win it and he’s allocating his resources to best sustain his attack.
      but look at his schedule…. think i heard he left detroit debates well after mid-night. talked of some long drives to venues. he’s amazing. he’s winning by working harder than anybody else in the field – and smarter. but harder first.
      of course it’s nice to have a 757 with your own queen size bed aboard – you arrive early in another state with a good night’s sleep – beats the bus.
      but – he’s always saying “waste of time” – you don’t vote this is a waste of time – if i don’t win this will all be a waste of time… he realizes the absolute value of time – his time, your time, the country’s time. having his own plane and drivers frees up his time. he spends his time doing what he does best, not driving… always been a bright boy.

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  5. Gail Combs says:

    Scott Adams (dilbert) Republican Debate (March 3) Scorecard (Master Persuader Series)

    He is one of the few who understands what Trump is doing.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Riddick says:

      Please, PLEASE tell me you misread Scott’s ramblings and somehow think that Scott is not a RABID LIBERAL he is and that he, as you put it, gets it. No, he doesn’t, unless you and I read 2 wildly different blogs.

      Trump’s budget plans are ridiculous? Stated by a COMEDIAN who obviously has no idea about plans?

      Trump U BS , which is even news media now brand a LIE. Somehow true to this Mexico Norte idiot I used to work near, wherever Scott lives nowdays escaping his liberal dreamland and its taxes. Still a rabid liberal, a screaming rabid liberal.

      Scott “gets it” as much as the manager does in his Dilbert series.


      • Gail Combs says:

        I am talking about THIS:
        “…Connecting Some Dots Just for Fun…

        Now let me connect some dots.

        Milton Erickson influenced Pierre Clement, who taught my hypnosis instructor, who taught me.


        Milton Erickson influenced Bandler and Grinder, who developed NLP, which influenced Tony Robbins (a self-help hypnotist). Tony Robbins (probably) influenced Donald Trump, by association. They worked together on at least one project.

        When I listen to Donald Trump, I detect all of his influences back to Erickson. If you make it through this reading list, you might hear it too. I don’t know if Donald Trump would make a good president, but he is the best persuader I have ever seen. On a scale from 1 to 10, if Steve Jobs was a 10, Trump is a 15.

        You know how the media has made fun of Trump’s 4th-grade-level speech patterns?

        The joke’s on them.

        He does it intentionally.

        Because it works.

        And although he is a liberal, he is not rabid anti-Trump so his analysis is worth reading. I think he may have gotten a bit of flack because he has been a lot more pro-Trump than a liberal should be.

        His previous column on Trump (Not Romney)
        “…Candidates who win primaries usually do a little victory speech the same night. Trump turned his brief remarks into an extended press conference that had all the optics of a sitting president. He called on reporters, took hard questions, and swatted them away like King Kong at the top of the Empire State building.

        In other words, he made you think past the sale. Your rational mind knows Trump is not yet president, and yet you observe Trump looking and acting like a sitting president. When it comes to persuasion, visuals beat reason. This was one of Trump’s best 3D chess moves so far….

        Trump’s impromptu press conference was insanely brilliant. CNN probably lost money because they couldn’t take a commercial break until he was done, and he was in no hurry. It was the longest free political commercial of all time, and the best possible format for Trump. It was also riveting because you didn’t know what would happen next.…”

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        • Tee says:

          Scott is knowledgable about persuasion and his analysis on Trump has been very good, IMO. Even though a liberal, I believe he greatly admires DJT’s skills. He had seemed very pro Trump until a few days ago when he “disavowed” DT b/c of the CNN interview where Donald did not disavow David Duke. He said he’s “getting out of the splatter zone” and wanted to “keep the stink off me”.

          The next day he announced he would be taking a 6 week vacation even though he hadn’t had a day off in 3 years. That seemed odd and abrupt. Was wondering if he might have gotten a liitle call or visit from someone. He DID appear on CNN recently saying he expected Trump to win in a landslide.

          Anyone have any thoughts on this?


          • Actually Ace of Spades commented on the piece written by Troy Martin. He said something along the lines of Scott seems to be for Trump for all his disavowals or something to that effect.


        • Grace says:

          Thanks for those links, Gail. Scott Adams is a great observer whether I always agree with him or not.


  6. Mike Wiley says:

    For a while, the average folks — the serfs in fly-over country — who are now supporting Trump can resist the on-slaught of their “betters” like Romney, but eventually it starts to wear them down. They start thinking, “Well, these are our betters. They are the good people, with the houses on the hill. They always know best. They feel strongly about this, perhaps we should listen to them.” This is what the establishment is counting on to carry the day for them.

    The question is, how long can the GOP working class people, resist the deadly, pacifying siren voices of the establishment and stay strong behind Trump?

    There is no way Rubio, Cruz, or Kasich can beat Hillary. It’s Trump or the dump.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Yes, Trump is the only one who can beat Hillary. Not even close.

      It is painfully obvious that nobody is out there doing “Name Recognition” surveys among the millions of LOFO voters. It’s only 8 months until the General Election, and I wonder what percentage of the country even knows who any of these three guys are:

      Ted Cruz
      Marco Rubio
      John Kasich

      ALL the LOFOs know who Hillary is , and ALL the LOFOs know who Donald Trump is.
      If the Republican candidate is not Trump, the DEMs win in a landslide.

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      • Angry Dumbo says:

        Bingo!!! Win with Trump or lose without him. The GOPe wants to keep their consultancies and influence with the donor class and the only way to do that is if Trump loses. Cruz cannot bring the party together, Rubio is not going to bring the party together, and Kasich really? The GOPe wants to lose and specifically, they cannot take a chance that Trump wins because if he does they lose. Under those conditions, it makes sense for Trump to skip CPAC. The conservative brand is almost as impotent and meaningless as the GOPe. GOP either gets new management with Trump or its Whig time.

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  7. agree or disagree, this is some good writing.

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  8. scslayer says:

    Trump pulling out of CPAC

    Liked by 4 people

    • Riddick says:

      Good for him, entire thing is stacked for Felita and only Felita.

      Liked by 6 people

      • kallibella says:

        Agree. This would be another hostile crowd aiming at stopping him. If truth be told so many of these “conservatives” would look down on Us if we were to walk into the venue wearing our Trump baseball caps, pins, T’s and the like. I think I may hear them saying: “Oh, look! Here come the low-class uneducated yahoos. We have college degrees, hence we are better than them.”

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    • georgiafl says:

      There was a planned activist walk-out in the middle of Trump’s speech.

      CPAC has become a pro-Islam, globalist propaganda vehicle…thanks to Grover Norquist and the Bushes.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Has anyone here actually gone to CPAC?

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        • Good point!

          I pay a lot of attention to it, but have never gone. It’s basically Conicon – a convention that becomes a huge marketing opportunity. “Rand Paul says it all.” (…meaning Rand as the perennial early winner shows how it can be steered so easily.)

          Jeb basically used his Hannity interview at the last one to sell a false Jeb. THAT bothered me intensely.

          Not sure I care about it as much, now that I understand the Uniparty better. No longer swallowing shiny objects unless they’re good stuff.


    • lahthoughts says:

      CPAC where the Neocons go to party and recruit into the GOPe matrix. Trump has no place there.
      Only Trump has taken identifiably Old Right positions that are traditionally conservative. Be it on American overseas intervention, Russia and Syria, US trade policies, and immigration, borders, and he knows that his enemies come from the Neocon intelligentsia and their GOPe camp followers. Don’t look for change from CPAC. Lasts night circus of a political assassination called a GOP “debate” is the world of CPAC.

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  9. georgiafl says:

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  10. joshua says:

    New York Times bestselling author and Reagan biographer Craig Shirley tells Breitbart News Daily host Stephen K. Bannon that “Donald Trump is going to grow in power and authority thanks to the recent attacks by Mitt Romney. The party has changed and moved away from him,” meaning Romney, he added.

    Shirley went on to compare Romney to Nelson Rockefeller during the Sirius XM interview, saying Nelson Rockefeller was a “spoiled sport.”

    Comparing the two, said Shirley:

    He (Rockefeller) didn’t help Goldwater in ’64 by walking away from the convention. He didn’t help Nixon. He was disdainful of Ronald Reagan. He was basically out for himself for many, many years. He was always on the outs of the party and he said so, especially against Conservatives. Mitt Romney has always taken the liberal establishment, country club, corporate boardroom position. And that’s because he’s a creature of that environment – that culture.  … He’s no a conservative, that’s all there is to it.

    Additionally, in a statement, Shirley said:

    Mitt Romney will go down as a sad foot note in history, the Nelson Rockefeller of the 21st century. Too much time and money on his hands, too few ideas. … In the 60’s and 70’s, Ronald Reagan was often derided by the eastern elites, by the academia, by the establishment of the Republican Party. He was considered the George Wallace of the Republican Party, a Grade B Actor with premature orange hair, and even in 1980, when he started to break loose and head towards the nomination, the party elders in a panic went to see Gerald Ford to try to get Gerald Ford back in the race to stop Ronald Reagan.


  11. tz says:

    Above, I noted the hypocrisy of those who want a Jack Bauer light – they want torture, killing relatives (drone war), and Gitmo, but not too much. I’m against it so why would I want Trump?

    Because Trump is, in fact, likelier to do what I want. Cruz, Rubio, whomever will want to appear tough, but don’t care if it works or not.

    The FBI is far better at interrogating than using torture – If Trump wants military intelligence, he will not use torture. The rest will be seduced by the neocons to use it to make them say what they want (like Al Queda was working with Saddam for WMDs).

    Trump is willing to target more, but he will first ask military experts, “Will this defeat terrorism or make it worse?”. Or put differently, what is the most effective thing we can do? It isn’t drones or assassinating relatives, so he will stop that and do what is effective.

    On Gitmo, I see him being magnanimous – “Great” countries don’t need dungeons or gulags. If he wins the war on terror, we can empty it and he won’t need to leave it open to prove anything.

    He is the most likely to ask “Is this necessary or the best thing for our security?”. And when something isn’t he won’t do it. Same with closing agencies and reducing Government and the debt and deficit.

    He won’t be a small-government libertarian – domestic and international – on principle, he’ll do it because it is the right thing to do to make America great again.

    Liked by 3 people

    • cwf60 says:

      Trump’s terrorist narrative is directed to national and international threats to the United States. He finds it detrimental to our security to telegraph our plans to our enemies.

      Liked by 8 people

    • I trust Trump to do the best thing once he has access to information. Which is precisely what scares his detractors, who have been coasting on a confederacy of silence about mutual agreed failure, like so many dysfunctional businesses.

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  12. elena19501 says:

    This is a CRAZY thought. The way they all attack him, that makes us to respect, admire and love Donald J. Trump even more, because of all those attacks…Maybe it is reverse psychology on their side? Maybe they actually like him? I know it’s crazy, but how THEY can be so stupid to attack him so much and not understand that because of those attacks we despise the establishment and devoted to them media?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Riddick says:

      People usually PAY money to listen to WINNERS. Have no idea who at GOPe came up with an idea of having a 3, yes, THREE TIME LOSER, lecture us on anything. Governor who KNEW he could net get re-elected. Who lost not only to habitual loser Mccain, but then to a fraud Hussein with record anyone with a warm IQ should have defeated in a cake walk.

      Had a great day yesterday watching this train wreck FAIL PREDICTABLY. GOPe now warming up Ryan is a clear indication just how spectacularly this idiotic “idea” has failed.

      Who’s next, Boehner, when Ryan’s at bat fails as well and assuredly as Romney’s did?

      Liked by 5 people

      • elena19501 says:

        I am very concern about how they stole votes from Trump to Rubio in Texas and worry about that they can do the same in the other states, which will bring us to disputed convention and then Jeb will pop up…If it’s happens…

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    • Because they are really not, and never have been very smart.

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    • Gail Combs says:

      My thought. that I posted in detail early this morning, is the GOPe is setting up a 1968 Convention riot scenario so they can ‘show’ the world American patriots are dangerous extremists. This wil then be used to remove/control guns in fear of ‘home-grown terrorists’

      There is just no way these people are this ham handed. You have all sorts of world class Psych-Ops operators like Stan Greenberg and intelligence gathering groups like Cambridge Analytica.

      We have already seen in the ‘Cruzbots’ Surging Disinformation Analysts Commenting On Your Favorite Websites To Emotionalize and Antagonize and I have been banned from all sites using disqus even though I was up voted and not nasty.

      They can easily steal elections thanks to the South’s aging voting machines which put election integrity at risk.

      The Globalists have been obvious in their plans for the last few years so I think they feel they have it all sew-up. If we rebell they have the plans in place to squash us like a bug. As Malthusians they have already said they want to reduce human population to a million or less.

      Liked by 2 people

      • kallibella says:

        I believe that in their desperation they can move against Us in very evil ways. Homeland has been buying lots and lots of bullets………Why?

        Liked by 1 person

      • entagor says:

        I was a longtime hotair poster. I recently registered with discus, and put up a few minimal posts at Breitbart. Discus reported I have been blocked on Breitbart. Breitbart has not replied to my email about being blocked. A number of people at this site are being banned elsewhere. IMHO people are trying to manipulate the web community and make it look like the public supports the establishment. For that, they need a few contrarians to look authentic, but no one too good. This is the first election I have been banned anywhere. Usually I get hacked – if my comments are too authentic. At what point is everyone shut down?

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        • Gail Combs says:

          I have been on the net for a decade. Discus reported I have been blocked across the board. I can not comment on any site that uses Discus and I have no way of appealing the block. Breitbart does not even answer the phone or have voice mail.


    • IMO it’s inadvertent success. The bad guys have simply fooled us for so long, they can’t believe we can see through their tricks now.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Unless Trump is the nominee I doubt that the anger will go away
      an old song – HOW DO YOU KEEP EM DOWN ON THE FARM AFTER THEY’VE SEEN PARIS? Trump shows us how we can have the American Dream by bringing our jobs back to this country, becoming strong militarily and promoting health insurance across state lines with so many insurance companies to choose from all Americans will get a good deal. The American loathing by our Government has gone on a long time and has forced us to give away our power. We can get it back again if we hire a President who will fight for all the things that made America great in the first place.

      Go Donald 2016

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  13. Oldskool says:

    Glad to hear Trump is blowing off CPAC and he should the next “debate” also and go do a fundraiser for a black kids college fund or something.


    • entagor says:

      CPAC is utilized to create conservative ireferences for establishment candidates
      By not going, Trump deflates the CPAC legend
      Once again, trump is going where one is not supposed to go. In so doing, he opens people’s eyes to the ways they are being manipulated

      THe emperors new clothes is playing out

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    • shallbe4 says:

      I’m hoping that’s the day Ivanka will give birth and Trump won’t be able to show up at the next debate.

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  14. elena19501 says:

    That was said on Youtube about the “debate”
    “Rather than pretending that this is a debate, Fox news should just form an arena circle along with the non-Trump candidates and put Trump in the middle of the circle with a white hot spotlight on him with his hands tied and cameras at every angle on him so that a sadistic public can enjoy the torture that these moderators like to put him through.
    I give him an A+ for enduring this as well as he does.
    Everyone’s classic hero is the man who endures such abuse, which I believe is the reason that we the public love him so much, and will vote for him.”

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  15. skifflegirl says:

    Here in Southern California, we have a morning radio show called the DSC. I don’t listen much anymore because ever since Obama was elected it went down hill. But, before that, it was the place to listen in the morning (anyone ever hear about the hoax that the space shuttle was rescheduled at the last minute to land at a small municipal airport in San Diego in the 90’s? That was them…). Anyway, Dave Rickards, the ‘D’ in DSC, has always maintained that nothing that you ever see on TV is left to chance. Even when they swear something is live and unscripted, rest assured it is not. He knows, he’s been in the media for 40 years. Nothing they do on these debates is unplanned, unscripted or unforeseen. Of course, the same applies to Donald Trump. He knew what was going to happen and what questions would probably be asked and was ready. He sees them coming, but they do need to stop. They have already destroyed the Republican party and it has been a long time coming.

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  16. kallibella says:

    Buckle up Patriots. The GOPe et al. will try to shove another loser down Our throats.

    Last night, the candidates said they will support the eventual nominee. The viewing public assumes that means a nominee that comes out of the current 4 candidates. But the 3 anti Trump candidates can turn on a dime and support the GOPe selected nominee.

    I think the GOPe/RNC is looking for an angle and if the party falls apart, so be it. They are trying to assess the “seeming” damage to the Party brand. They are ok with HRC as president; they’d still the gravy train.

    They don’t care about disenfranchising Us. They are calculating how quickly they can recover some of the loss to the Party brand.

    In that case, since the selected nominee is not unlike HRC, I think I will stay home and not vote. If I vote I would once again support the Uniparty screwing us further. A vote for the selected GOPe nominee = a vote for HRC. In other words, I would still be disenfranchised in light of these choices.

    Trump is Our only choice.

    Liked by 3 people

  17. gonzotx says:



  18. Deserttrek says:

    the only person who gave a real answer to anything was kasich

    Liked by 1 person

  19. scslayer says:

    Glen Beck on Trump…“If I was close enough and had a knife, the stabbing just wouldn’t stop.”

    Read more:

    Liked by 2 people

  20. JRD says:

    The corrupt RNC just added another debate to the schedule for March 21 in Utah.

    Trump only signed up for 6 to 8 debates. The RNC stated that there were too many debates in 2012 and they were going to cut them down to 6 to 8. There have already been 11 debates.

    This is despicable.

    It is time for Trump to say no more debates. Even the talking heads are saying these debates are boring and the same old questions are asked. We find out nothing from these debates.

    Mittens will probably stack the audience with his corrupt crew in Utah.

    I’m fed up with the corrupt gopE’s ABUSE.

    Liked by 8 people

  21. scslayer says:

    Tuesday, March 8

    Hawaii GOP Caucus, Idaho GOP, Michigan, Mississippi

    Michigan and Mississippi are closed primary. Only registered Repiblicans can vote, correct?

    I guess we will see if the Uni-party plan is working…

    Liked by 1 person

    • entagor says:

      Here is the information direct from the Michigan State Gov website

      Michigan is called a closed primary. I had incorrectly called our primary an open primary because both DEMs and Republicans can vote for a GOP nominee.

      However, it is called a closed primary because while a voter does not register with a political party, the voter must declare whether he wants a DEM ballot or a GOP ballot.

      He can only vote under one party. This is not the rule in the general election, when voters may split the ticket.

      I heard Geoffrey Fieger (famous Michigan lawyer and activist) state on local news that he was going to vote for Trump. I am glad Michigan does not require citizens to register party affiliation.

      Liked by 1 person

  22. kallibella says:

    Tomorrow Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana and Maine are voting. All “closed” caucus/primaries.
    How will Trump do?

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Tparty says:

    I have to disagree with you Sundance.

    That question on The Norks was a planted softball to give Ted Cruz foreign policy chops and the question about the deterioration of Detroit was designed to give economic policy chops. Ted was made the chief policy advisor on ‘trade’ for the Bush team and Heidi Cruz (CFR) helped author their position paper that is the core of the North Atlantic Free Trade Union (Made in the model of …. The Euro Zone)

    That debate was orchestrated by Fox and ‘others’ to take down #1Trump, #Rubio and leave Cruz & Kasich unscathed. If the Gloabalists can’t coral the herd into their secret agent Ted to take down Trump…. then both Kasich and Cruz will stay in the race to run the ‘splitter’ strategy try keep Donald under 1237 for a convention coup. I don’t want to reveal my prediction for the period where Donald reaches 1237 and the date of the convention. Let’s hope reason prevails at that point and they just force Cruz as VP.

    Liked by 4 people

  24. kallibella says:

    Huckabee: ” What we’re seeing is a bloodless coup de etat. An overthrow of our Government.”

    Liked by 2 people

    • Paco Loco says:

      The coup de etat was in 1963 when JFK was taken out by the mob and the CIA. We have been under the control of a shadow government since Dallas…what do you think the NSA and the Patriot Act are all about? 9/11 was a setup. The DoD knew that Bin Laden, a CIA operative, had gone rouge. Trillions of dollars later what do we have to show for the war in Iraq and Afganistan? Mega debt. For the last fifty years, most aspects of our society have been under the thumb of the globalist/NWO, all financed by Corporatists, the military/industrial complex and the big energy companies. It’s called Facsim folks.

      We only have the illusion that we are electing a president when in reality the whole show is controlled by the “invisible hand” . It’s a real bitch to recognize that our situation may be beyond recovery. I believe that Trump legitimately believes he can run for president in a free and fair election, and I support his efforts. But as this election process wears on, it’s obvious that the PTB are going to do what ever it takes to squelch Trumps candidacy. It’s like the Wizard of Oz, if Trump somehow breaks through their defenses and exposes that the great OZ is simply a cartel of National Socialists, who have taken over the Democrat and Republican parties, it may be enough to flush out their leaders, men like Romney and Soros, so that the American people can obtain retribution and Justice. Senator Sessions understands this and that’s why he’s all in for Trump.

      Liked by 3 people

      • kallibella says:

        Have you read The Naked Communist? I recommend it. Fast read. Easy to see how we have been invaded physically and ideologically by destructive forces like socialism/communism and all sorts of humanistic thought that in the end are despotic and totalitarian.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Gail Combs says:

        Actually we lost the Country in 1913. Notice how there has been ZERO move to rid us of the International Banksters? Every time someone tries they are assasinated.


        • Matt712 says:

          That, and the 17th Amendment which was a “virtual” consolidation of power in Washington. That Amendment literally destroyed states rights, but from what I understand, it wasn’t completely consolidated until Nixon’s revenue sharing.


  25. The game in last nights debate was to have Trump wrestle with the Cuban and Canadian while Kasich droned on and on. With that said, Trump was able to minimize Little Marco and allow Kasich to rise to siphon votes from Marco. Cruz is just finished. He has no future in this campaign

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  26. What about building a wall, deporting illegal aliens, and suspending immigration is precluded by the Constitution? This is simply not true and it is supported by law and by precedent. I will not allow my country to surrender its sovereignty to the hands of those with sinister intentions. As a nation, we have spilled far too much blood in defending our freedom and our sovereignty to simply hand this exceptional country over to the globalist agenda. I cannot help but to think of the unimaginable horrors that millions of our men and woman have endured in the patriotic defense of freedom and liberty, are we really going to allow their ultimate sacrifice to be in vain? It is something that I just cannot bring myself to accept. I literally wept at the very real possibility that our founding fathers’ great experiment is in the throes of death.

    Under the dictatorship of Obama and his anti-American minions, the bastion of hope, freedom, and dreams, that is America, is in danger of being homogenized into a North American Union, and eventually, into a global order.

    I know many of you cannot see the forest for the trees and are still stuck on worrying about offending some minorities, but this is no time for political correctness, this is crunch time. In order to remain a beacon of freedom and a world leader, we need to make some difficult decisions in order to heal ourselves. We have to be able to discuss these sensitive issues with candor and without fear of reprisal. It is imperative.

    Please open your eyes and your minds to what is really going on. Donald Trump and Ben Carson are the only candidates not part of the globalist agenda, and Carson cannot win, the rest are puppets. That leaves Donald. Look at how he is mercilessly attacked by everyone, from all sides…the media, debate moderators, failed presidential candidates, the donor-owned career politician candidates, prominent businessmen, the rnc, the dnc, China, Mexico, lobbyists, and many others. Donald is the wrench in their plan and they are scared to death that his presidency will be the nail in their coffin…that their gravy train will be over.

    If Trump does not win the presidency, I believe we will have no chance to restore our glory and our role as world leader. Trump has flaws, yes, but those flaws are far less important than defending our nation from the globalist agenda. Many voters who are voting for Trump understand this, and some of those voters can’t stand him, but they are putting their country first and I applaud them. What dirt they have on Trump is typical of any successful businessman, they are simply magnifying and misrepresenting the facts. Don’t fall for it.

    TRUMP 2016!!!

    Liked by 12 people

    • Otis says:

      Well Said…Thumbs Up!!! Except NAFTA was designed by the elite to silently and quickly bite into our sovereignty and start the bleeding, and the trade agreements will finish us. Trump will be very busy stopping all the work the uni party has accomplished toward one world government. Even now, He must be protected!!! When the morons in our country wake up, I hope it’s not too late to appreciate the Jewel our Lord has sent our way, and let “him be Trump”. God Bless Donald J Trump and the United States of America.

      Liked by 5 people

  27. carolmcd says:

    Don’t know where I read it. Thought it was David Stockman’s blog, and now I can’t find it. This person said that the United States could not be economically sound or couldn’t have widespread prosperity unless the Republican Party was destroyed.

    I recommend everyone read David Stockman. He’s kind of gloom and doom, and he doesn’t particularly care for Trump, but he can’t stand the neocons.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. jonvil says:

    Wow! The ‘I like Trump but…’ meme is strong on this thread’.
    Reading through the comments I’ve seen every criticism imaginable.
    Starting with he made a mistake by being on the debate, did not like how he did or did not look, he was wrong on what he said or did not say, he was too strong/weak on…, shoulda coulda woulda.

    It’s amazing that Trump could be so wrong about everything and yet win all the post debate polls by yuge margins.

    Me, I am quite confident in his abilities, TRUMP being TRUMP has worked exceptionally well since the day he announced.

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  29. Iratus Publica says:

    In 50 years of observing politics, I have never been as angry as I am today. That was an absolute firing squad last night, an ambush by a political party and television network against one man. And that man happens to be their clear front-runner!

    What we are witnessing is an attempted coup by globalist tyrants against the interests of the American people. To me, the name “Trump” has become synonymous with “the American people,” and every attack on Trump is an attack on the people. Whenever I hear someone say “stop Trump,” I hear “stop the American people.” “Against Trump” equals “Against the American people.”

    Trump has exposed the traitors in this nation, and now we all know who they are. If there is any obstruction of the will of the people, there will be insurrection in America.

    Liked by 11 people

    • redsequin4 says:

      After decades of unfettered illegal immigration, bad trade deals and influence peddling we finally have a candidate who’s taking on this corrupt system. DT has shown himself to be a patriotic, tough, honest, talented businessman who really wants to put America first and fix the mess this country is in. He has withstood attacks so vicious it’s scary. Glenn Beck is now ranting about stabbing?

      But yet DT soldiers on. Today he did two back to back rallies in Michigan, rightfully dropped out of CPAC and marches toward the nomination. What a great American.

      The Trump Train just keeps on rolling.

      Liked by 5 people

  30. rinokiller says:



  31. redsequin4 says:

    No more debates.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. KillingEmSoftly says:

    It is embarrassing how transparent Fox was in their hit job on him last night. It’s embarrassing for this country and the Republican party how far the party is going to try and stop Trump from gaining the nomination…if they had used this much effort in Washington, I’m sure they could have accomplished something…I had an epiphany watching that debate last night – I had always defended the R’s when the liberals would yell that Republicans are just obstructionists and don’t want to actually accomplish anything, after seeing this primary unfold, I am inclined to agree with that point of view…it doesn’t matter if you’re an R or a D, the GOPe will go to great lengths to do absolutely nothing….tragic, really.

    Liked by 5 people

  33. benY says:

    Tuned in to OAN and had to change the channel. They were broadcasting CPAC and slimy Ted was speaking screeching and insulting Trump. At least there were some Trump people there and starting chanting TRUMP…..TRUMP… And he also got some boos. Wanted to hear what he had to say but could only take it for 2 minutes.

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  34. citizen817 says:

    Just because a candidate suspends a campaign (particularly Jebra), does that mean he cannot be resurrected at a later time, as in a brokered convention. Since the establishment GOP original plan was to have bush vs clinton, which is a win-win for them, why not just shove yeb back in our faces. That would be the cartel giving us their middle finger. ..which is what they do anyway, election after election.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 1stgoblyn says:

      I have asked this same question and have not heard anyone who knows for sure. Carson also “suspended” his campaign.


    • Jeb is saving cash for one last push inside the convention, and his rescue by the party brass.

      Liked by 1 person

    • thurmrob says:

      The last ditch effort was to fool the conservatives into voting for Cruz and then have Cruz pick Jeb as VP for a unifying gesture like what Reagan had to do with H.W.. Then Cruz will bow out because he is not a natural born citizen and who does that leave? That would leave Jebby. More dirty tricks from the leading manufacturer. GOPe


    • B Church says:

      In a brokered convention, anything can happen. A candidate who has dropped out can re-emerge, and entirely new candidates can come into play. I believe Romney’s diatribe yesterday was actually an attempt to position himself for just that scenario. It all depends on the convention rules, which don’t get ratified until the convention actually begins. Conventions can be wholly dishonest and un-democratic, and we can expect the worst from this one. That’s why it’s so important that Trump get there with an overwhelming number of committed delegates.


  35. Totally Domestic says:

    Couldn’t you see Ted Cruz as a prosecutor at the Salem Witch trials. As he looks down that pointy nose at people with his smug lying accusations and arrogant judgmental holier than thou attitude. He might even bang on the lectern & end his rant with downward nod , that says there what do you think of that.

    Liked by 5 people

  36. TwoLaine says:

    Good one!

    Liked by 4 people

  37. srr says:

    When it comes to defeating Democrats, I have only one guiding principle: defeat Democrats. In 2012, Team Obama accused Mitt Romney of murder and of not paying his taxes for ten years, and the DC Media let them. I do wish the world was a just and fair place, but it is not, and unless you want all the income you generate from being forced to bake gay-wedding cakes to fund late-term abortions, we must defeat Democrats.

    Other than his promise to build a wall along our southern border, his zeal for killing terrorists, and a lifelong dedication to sticking up for a working class decimated by obscene trade deals and illegal immigration, Trump’s ability to control the media narrative, stay on offense, and dodge the trip-wires our corrupt media loves to lay out for Republicans, is why a large number of Republicans believe he can win a general election.

    Any objective person has to marvel and admire Trump’s style. We’re used to him by now and that unfairly diminishes his accomplishment. A man who has never run for any kind of political office is currently on track to become the Republican nominee for the American presidency. And he did not do this among a weak field. There is a reason why Hollywood’s annual Everyday Guy Becomes President movies are not very good. They are so far-fetched. But here we are.

    Trump’s political skills are undeniable, as is the case for his ability to defeat to Hillary Clinton. By successfully prosecuting Bill Clinton’s disgraceful past with women, Trump defied a media that has protected the Clintons for a quarter century. To his great credit, Trump has already proven he will do something the Republican Establishment never does: Hit Democrats as hard as he does Republicans. And in a world where the media allows Obama to accuse others of murder, this is the only way we can win.

    All good.

    Until … ”

    … until John Nolte out’s himself as yet another owned member of Team Bait and Switch.

    Yeah, at that point he breaks into Democrat Gotcha’s, long ago laid out for all the two faced, UN narrative selling media whores.


  38. ssupsky says:

    Mr.Trump won the debate and he won the war with kelly (immaterial you may wonder, though it is not) and won the war against fox. Yes, yes, there are still battles going on, but hear me out first before any stones are cast.

    Point One.

    kelly and Mr.Trump were cordial to one another and appeared to have buried the hatchet on live television no less. This does not mean that she will no longer be antagonistic toward Mr.Trump, rather, it has to be more subtle.

    So how is this a win you may ask.

    It is simple really, Mr.Trump has said from the beginning and continued to say that she was biased against him. He called her a lightweight and not very professional and that she was hostile. Mr.Trump hit back, and hit back hard after his warnings were not heeded.

    Mr.Trump 1, kelly 0, fox 0

    Point 2.

    The debates that have been hosted, not only by fox, but by other networks have had one purpose and one purpose only, to destroy Mr.Trump. Yet we are concerned only with the fox debates as it goes along with the kelly smear campaign that she launched against Mr.Trump.

    As stated previously, the debates are hit jobs plain and simple. Fox was the instigator and Mr.Trump was the prime target. He warned them not to be unfair, yet they did not heed the warning. Ergo, Mr.Trump went after the face of fox prime-time, kelly. She saw her numbers dip a little, then they tanked. Ailes tried to make nice with Mr.Trump and he, Mr.Trump relented a little.

    Things were getting better as Mr.Trump was doing all of these different shows and kept repeating that he felt he was being treated unfairly. Again, these were warnings, and again, they were not heeded.

    So their prima facie that they were not doing anything wrong was shredded once again.

    Mr.Trump exposed them for their blatant bias and in doing so, he skipped their intentional ambush of him at the debate before the Iowa caucus. He instead held a fundraiser for vets and raised 6 million dollars, received great network coverage which fox could not cover and fox was stuck with doing a lackluster debate. This resulted in a loss of revenue for fox.

    Mr.Trump hit them where it hurt.

    Money talks and BS walks.

    Trump 2, kelly 0, fox 0

    Point 3.

    Now Mr.Trump has kelly and the network where he wants them. he has shown that he has the influence to affect their bottom line and that he can effect their viewers to rally behind him. He called for a boycott, and we, his faithful, boycotted fox, kelly and other anti Mr.Trump propaganda.

    Fox wants to try and regain their lost revenue. They are nice to Mr.Trump on the surface. He accepts their overtures by way of doing the debate and by being cordial to kelly. As a point of fact, this was made blatantly obvious.

    Mr.Trump 3, kelly 0, fox 0

    This is the Art of the Deal in action plain and simple.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Clc says: so, did megyn Kelly lie about trump university? was this her candy Crowley moment?


      • ssupsky says:

        Like all things media, it is the perception that matters, not the actual substance of the material. Did she lie about TU having a D rating? No. What she failed to clarify was the fact that the D rating was only temporary. Prior to the rating, TU had an A rating and after the D rating TU had an A rating. She failed to mention that.

        That in itself could have been excusable, especially since she is biased against Mr.Trump. Yet she cannot be let off that easily. Mr.Trump handed her the report on the rating from the BBB that stated exactly what he was saying. Therefore, having that information in hand, factual proof, kelly decided to continue with, and allow the other candidates to continue with the D rating narrative. The candidates have the excuse of not having the updated information. kelly had no excuse and allowed the misinformation to continue.

        kelly was complicit in continuing the lie as a way to smear Mr.Trump. In my earlier diatribe, I did state that the battles were still being fought and they shall continue to be fought.

        Where Mr.Trump allows this to go from here is anyone’s guess. He could allow it to stand for the moment so as to allow his opponents to use the misinformation to hurt themselves when he presents the factual information, or he could call it out and reignate the OPEN battle against fox and kelly.

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  39. Lou-Lou says:

    Ted Cruz eats his boogers ! Go look at the video on infowars ! Last night Ted had one hanging on his lip , it just dangled there , then suddenly you see it go in his mouth . So gross it made me gag , but he deserves some public humiliation IMO .


  40. deqwik2 says:

    Franklin Graham posted the following on his FB concerning Romney & the GOP

    Yesterday former governor and 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney stepped in and gave a scathing attack against the current Republican front-runner. I’m 63 years old and I’ve never seen anything like this. This Republican presidential campaign has not only sunk to new lows, but the Republican establishment seems to be desperate to pick their own candidate. There are some good candidates running, but I’m not going to endorse any of them. I’m fed up with both the Republican and the Democratic parties. Both are corrupt—clearly broken—and need to be overhauled. They need radical change. What do you think?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Sandra says:

      Sounds like he dislikes Trump as much as the rest. I’m not impressed.


      • deqwik2 says:

        He quit the Rep party because they funded Planned Parenthood & he is speaking up against the RNC. What he is saying is he is fed up with both parties but Mitt Romney & the elites can’t pick the nominee.
        I know his position is that he wants the candidate that would allow God some room in his life & in this country to win.


  41. Clc says:

    CNN reporting Trump says he will follow the law about torture. I am glad to hear that. I was uncomfortable with what he said in the debate.


    • Tparty says:

      Obama drones women and children daily… but he doesn’t have to admit it because he’s the President …. and telling the truth is a national security secret.

      Liked by 1 person

  42. Larry Bates says:

    I was sickened by the FoxNews tactics last night and it gave me a new resolve to avoid them like the plague in future. It’s bad enough when the left wing “media” resorts to this form of deception, but when your one-time friends do it then the consequences are not easy to resolve. I had many questions about FixNews (pun intended ) but they are all resolved now.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sandra says:

      Me too. I had actually stopped watching them months ago, only checked in on occasion at certain times, didn’t stay long. Now they are dead to me. I will not watch them ever again, even for a moment.

      I really think we should stage an official boycott. Official means we band together as a group, state the problem officially to FOX and its advertisers, and then skip the channel. I swear we could seriously hurt their ratings.


      • chrystalia99 says:

        I and many others have been doing that for months ;-). I also document any and all potential FCC violations on all the networks, and file complaints about them when they occur, followed by a weekly email referencing all the complaint case numbers.

        I want to make sure there is a wide, wide, document trail when we finally get a sane gov’t, so the FCC can be overhauled to still protect freedom of the press, but compel them to act responsibly as well.

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  43. deqwik2 says:

    Chairperson of Alabama Republican Party has released this statement :

    I have reached out to Chairman Priebus of the RNC and have asked him to loudly remind everyone that our voters choose our nominees. Not a person, a group, a committee or anybody else…the voters. The votes of the people dictate our direction. Anything else you see or hear is false. All are welcome to their opinions but they speak for themselves. Facts are the voters choose. Our process will work its way out. With record breaking primaries around the nation the message is strong- we will win in November.

    Liked by 4 people

  44. Sandra says:

    I have an idea. Trump should attend the last debate(s). But instead of answering questions he should just talk about whatever it is that he wants to talk about. Screw the moderators.


  45. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Is this evidence the Fox debate was all a plot to DESTROY Trump?


    • Sandra says:

      Weak. West should have written something stronger. It looks like he didn’t even bother to watch the debate, he quoted Breitbart.

      I’m tired of these weak politicians and pundits. When is someone going to stand up for common sense and fair play?


  46. tisclear says:

    Recently I hit the unsubscribe button on all of the numerous e-mails I get from the Cruz Camp asking for donations.
    Today I received an e-mail from the Cruz campaign, I would post the e-mail if I knew how but this is what it says. It is a diploma type certificate with my name on it :
    my name
    indebted, unaccredited

    I was a Cruz supporter before he hired Jeff Roe. Shortly after Trump joined the race I left to support Trump, that was months back but apparently I’ve not been forgotten.
    Neither will I forget the Cruz camp and their insidious tactics against Donald Trump and his supporters.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Tparty says:

      Make sure you get rid of the cookies and trackers, especially from Brietbart, that the Cruz campaign has access to their data for his campsign analytics. Put the blinders on that site…. NO COOKIES FOR YOU.


    • Gail Combs says:


      • Gail Combs says:

        Now where did Booger Cruz get my e-mail address from???

        He must be buying list from all those places that promise they do not sell your e-mail and info.


        • Tparty says:

          They got a 2 for 1 deal when they killed Brietbart. They silenced the greatest warrior and they took over his website.


  47. Linda Ruth says:

    Is Megan Kelly a CIA MK-Ultra mind-controlled trollop? Her ugliness has become so much more obvious. She should hide herself under a burkah shroud so viewers don’t have to look at her. Having to listen to her verbal vomit is disgusting enough.


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