The Affluenza UniParty – DC Chattering Class Disconnected From National Sense…

You know how severely the echo-chamber in Washington DC is insulated when even Steve Schmidt-for-brains can see the pending tsunami and yet describe how the professional political class just don’t get it.

The smug, disconnected, pontificating Ryan-Pelosi-McConnell-Reid rulers just can’t bring themselves to look out the window, toward the horizon, and accept the heated caldrons of tar and feathers being assembled.  They are so certain of their own entitlements, they keep themselves surrounded by sycophantic deniers ensure they will never have to accept the unacceptable.

(key point begins at 2:00)

bush affluenzaSTEVE SCHMIDT: Think about the nitwit kid in Texas who was let off of his murderous drunk driving charges with the affluenza defense. The Republican establishment in Washington, D.C. has a case of affluenza. You have six of the ten wealthiest counties in the country surround Washington, D.C. You have a real estate market that took a narrow downturn but rebounded very quickly. You have a city that’s insulated from economic distress, it’s recession-proof to some degree.

So this Republican establishment, the consulting class in Washington, D.C., these are not living wage jobs. And at the end of the day, I think they totally miss the psychic impact, the economic impact of the great recession, of the economic collapse. It was such a seismic event in the modern history of the country that even eight years later it’s the defining issue of the 2016 campaign as it was the defining issue of the 2008 fall campaign. And they just don’t get it.

They don’t understand the impact for blue-collar wage workers in this country over a 20 year basis and you’re seeing this now all play out in this general election. And this Republican establishment in Washington, D.C., until the middle of the fall, legitimately if you talk to people in Washington they say, ‘Well, no, Jeb Bush will win, he’s the Republican front-runner,’ until very, very late in the process. Then it was Marco Rubio.

Now there’s going to be a brokered convention and it will upend the results of the actual voting and will have Paul Ryan be the nominee. So all this continues to play out over an almost hourly basis by a very disconnected and decapitated now Republican establishment in Washington, D.C.  (link)

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Their hope is a “brokered convention” to be the moat around their cloistered enclave?  Good grief, the ‘chattering class’ are so infected with affluenza they’re even willing to dispatch their emissaries with promises of financial support for Senator Ted Cruz in their naïve belief their offering will satisfy the growing vulgarian hoard.

This will not end well…

…. for them.


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319 Responses to The Affluenza UniParty – DC Chattering Class Disconnected From National Sense…

  1. jldnagg says:

    Time to print it and pass it 👍🏻🇺🇸 Make sure everyone you know who doesn’t use the Internet reads it, then have them pass it on, visit your elderly neighbor, they will tak it to church or a luncheon 😉

    Liked by 4 people

  2. Dixie says:

    I want the elites in the Washington DC bubble to feel the hurt, just like the rest of the country did. So let’s dish it out to them !

    Liked by 4 people

  3. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Krauthammer: I Was Wrong for Laughing at Trump… Democrats Are Worried (VIDEO)

    Liked by 3 people

    • R-C says:

      Krauthammer not only laughed at Trump–he sneered; he belittled; he marginalized; he lied about…hey–that’s exactly what the GOP has been doing to all of US, for years!

      Liked by 9 people

      • Dixie says:

        I think his disabilities must have also affected his ability to determine sincerity….because Donald Trump’s sincerity is unmistakable. I use to respect Krauthammer’s opinion but he has lost his ability to be objective.

        Liked by 2 people

        • sDee says:

          Krauthammer is a paid pundit. He says what those who pay him, tell him to say.


        • Russian Limbaugh says:

          I never respect what neo cons say or do.

          This group blackmailed and lied this country into war.

          The war was unnecessary and the blood of over 4 thousand soldiers is on their heads.

          Not including all the people that are missing arms and legs or have melted faces.

          Krauthammer can die for all I care.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Wow! I don’t watch fox. Thanks for posting it. I used to like Charles. He abandoned the principles for the sake of the elites! I wouldn’t trust him until trump gets elected. I want to see all of them throw their support behind trump!

      Liked by 3 people

      • skifflegirl says:

        No way I’m going to trust Krauthammer or any of the other DC talking heads!

        He’s just jumping on board the ‘me too’ wagon so in two years he can say, “this is exactly as I predicted. Trump has brought the country back from the brink and I knew it all along!”

        These Bill Kristol and Peggy Noonan type ‘Conservatives’ – the ones who were ‘Reaganites’ – and even the Erick Erickson’s, forget that some Republicans despised Reagan at first, tried to stifle him, stop him. Until they realized he was actually doing great things. People think that Reagan was this beloved figure throughout the party in the early 80’s. He was not. He was ridiculed for his economic plans in the media and they had endless experts explain why his policies would fail. Even those in his own party.

        Then when things really started rolling, and his economic strategies prevailed on in to the 90’s – by then having been adopted by states (with a few hiccups here and there mainly because of 41) – well Clinton took credit for it and that’s why he had the expansion that Democrats rave about.

        Once President Trump has successes, all these jerks will claim they backed him from day one and it will make your stomach turn. You heard it here first, folks.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Trumpire says:

          Yep. Exactly so.

          Clinton also benefited from the Dot.Com bubble, Y2K government spending, and Community Reinvestment Act – start of the subprime bubble.

          Liked by 1 person

          • skifflegirl says:

            Yep. They forced banks to guarantee home loans to people who couldn’t afford them. Genius. Evil genius, that is. So compassionate for all those people to be able to experience losing everything and dragging down the country with them. Those dot coms were over valued, weren’t they? That was some kind of magic, the Clinton years. People are so dopey that they actually think corrupt Dems can sustain any kind of legitimate success. Never have, never will.


    • lastConservinIllinois? says:

      They are apologizing already?

      There is already blood in the water, and the bastards can smell defeat.

      Full speed ahead!

      Liked by 7 people

      • Spaz says:

        Oh, they’ve really screwed up royally. Just received an email (below) from a beloved family friend who is pretty well-connected to the GOP and very conservative. I gave up arguing with her about Cruz but it looks like she’s come around to board the Trump Train!

        “I still like Cruz and would like for him to be V.P. BUT, These SOBs have driven me to Trump and I am ready to fight them in the streets. Will you push my wheelchair????”

        How awesome is that?!!!!!

        Liked by 12 people

    • Stringy theory says:

      Kraut was a dem and still is.He is another prog in conservative clothing. Screw him.

      Liked by 2 people

    • scott says:

      At least he can admit he was wrong, so I have to give him a tip of the hat for that honesty. Will see if others will slowly turn to the winning side.


    • MVW says:

      Coulter, “Fool me 8 times…”
      Well, I’ll never forget or forgive, 8 times is not happenstance, or coincidence. It is enemy fire. Got it? Enemy.


  4. haditwgov says:

    When the ballot is taken away there is only one option left.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Helenerbrown says:

    The DC uniparty has forgotten who pays their salary. No matter your party affliation you pay for every congress person and their government entourage. If they want to be owned let Soros, Koch, Murdoch etal pay their salaries and benefits. If they rob the nomination from the voters, their salaries need to end. As well as support staff.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Bull Durham says:

    If Trump does not win, there will be widespread insurrection. There would be no rational basis for not burning down the Capitol.

    When you have nothing left, you have nothing to lose.

    They do not care because they are thieves.

    Liked by 8 people

  7. jedimastertrump says:


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  8. jedimastertrump says:

    Guys, just remember on thing.

    Those rally pictures…

    Those are the kinds of crowds politicians pray for three weeks before the general election.

    Having crowds that size during the first 2 months of the Primaries is UNHEARD OF!

    Liked by 11 people

  9. politijim says:

    I found this fascinating. A GOP elite trying to get people to LBJ instead of Goldwater, to save the UniParty in 1964. Amazing.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Robert Pilchman says:

    The following report “Look at what a group of rabbis are planning to do to Trump” , has spurred me to reiterate my request ( ) for as many people as possible to communicate with AIPAC ( ) to stress the importance of treating Donald Trump (who represents millions of law abiding Americans) with proper respect and decorum.

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    • Robert Pilchman says:

      By the way, just because someone claims to be a rabbi (even Orthodox) does not necessarily mean that such a title has any legitimacy. For example: Rabbi [David] Hollander told me that he received permission from the late Lubavitcher Rebbe to debate a non-Orthodox ‘rabbi’ with the stipulation that Rabbi Hollander would begin by saying that he didn’t recognize the other party as a rabbi and the other party’s religion as Judaism.

      Liked by 2 people

      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        The first question for vetting these rabbis – and this works for Christian pastors as well – ask him (or her) if he (or she) believes in God.


      • RP says:

        You got that right….well, if you can ignore and just shrug off what the highest political and religious Chief Rabbi of Israel – the pope of Judaism if you will – has to say about non-Jews…

        Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef’s Weekly Saturday night sermon in October 2010

        “Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel.”

        “In Israel, death has no dominion over them… With gentiles, it will be like any person – they need to die, but [God] will give them longevity. Why? Imagine that one’s donkey would die, they’d lose their money.

        “This is his servant… That’s why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew.”

        “Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat… That is why gentiles were created.”


    • Mike says:

      Tell them the rabbis’ AIPAC plot is a stab in the back.


    • Honest Abbey says:

      Don Lemmon just interviewed one of the people organizing the protest; Rabbi Jeffrey Salkin and he went down a list of Demands that he has for Donald Trump at AIPAC
      Donald Trump MUST denounce all racists and biggots
      Donald Trump MUST explain what “Being neutral” with Israel and Palestine means

      Blah, Blah, Blah

      Don Lemmon then asked the Rabbi “Is there anything Donald Trump can say to earn your support?” and his response was;
      No, he will never have my support. He may earn my respect, but he will not earn my vote”.

      Sure, I can just see Donald Trump caving to the Rabbi’s demands, even though the Rabbi made it quite clear that he will never vote for Trump.


      Are these people seriously this delusional? And talk about NERVE!! My Goodness!

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  11. Joe's Dad says:

    The uniparty/msm has become no different than the monarchy that we revolted against to claim our country.

    And we all know what happened to them.


    The time is going to come when the corrupt, wicked uniparty turns to you for their protection.

    You’ll have to make a choice.

    Do you defend the power-mad rulers who trample the Constitution and the will of the people on a daily basis?

    Or do you stand with those of us who will fight to defend the Constitution and the freedoms it represents?

    Liked by 4 people

  12. rinokiller says:

    As heard here first by a few of us, THERE WILL BE RIOTS if Trump gets screwed.

    It will be ALL OVER THE PLACE!


  13. NHVoter says:

    Speaking of disconnected…

    Liked by 3 people

    • Tparty says:

      That’s what happens … when lost souls cling to their power, their ‘ideas’ and their scared honor.

      Eric, what happened to principles and morals? Ideas are too etheric to base a political party on.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Newman says:

      Fricking dumbA$$ POS fathead. And to think I used to read this idiots blog everyday.

      Liked by 4 people

    • darcy says:

      It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand Mr. Erickson’s meaning: People, a particular people with shared values and common bonds, mean nothing to him. What matters is the great and glorious idea. There is nothing conservative, zip, nada, zilch about such worship of the ideological over the sovereign rights of a People to control their shared destiny via the government they elect.
      Lawrence Auster, if he were alive, would give Erick a sound and painful verbal thrashing, send him to the corner, and put him on bread on water for a week.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Daniel says:

      Look, it is the ultimate cuckservative!

      Liked by 1 person

    • wheatietoo says:

      The problem with Erickson…is that he is committed to the wrong idea.

      It’s good to be “committed to an idea”.
      But when you choose the wrong idea to be committed to, then you are choosing the wrong path.

      Erickson supports Cruz.
      Cruz is not eligible to be President…and he is stomping on the Constitution that he claims to revere.
      Cruz’s lies about his eligibility.

      So Erickson supports a liar who seeks to destroy our Constitution.

      Erickson got drummed out of the RedState blog for being such a bonehead.
      He is clinging to whatever diminished relevance he still has…which is not much.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Lindenlee says:

        And the immense selfishness of a candidate who KNEW that he eligibility was questionable, and ran anyway, endangering the entire election in this most critical time. Didn’t even make any attempt to get irrefutable clarity about the issue before he ran. Exposed the entire election to unimaginable risk.

        What does this say about his wisdom, his TRUE love of the Constitution, love of country, humility, honor, etc. VERY POOR INDICATION OF GOOD CHARACTER.

        Liked by 1 person

    • cali says:

      Erick Erickson was part of the secret meeting yesterday between the cabal and the republican players as well as their donors: They ended the meeting with two goal-options for the brokered convention: To promote and assist or Cruz or have the heavily sponsored and Koch-funded Ben Sasse being their chosen candidate but as of yet, unsuspected and surprising candidate.


  14. The Defiant One says:

    Hypothetical question, Washington DC was created in the old world sense of a fixed base of power like London and Paris in the 18th century– but with today and telecommunications couldn’t we rotate the location of the Capitol to at least weaken the uniparty from reforming once Trump defeats them in November?

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Finalage says:

    They have been decapitated and they don’t even realize it! They are in some serious deep denial. Trump took out three of the GOPe hopes, Walker, Bush and Rubio. Those three at minimum were the acceptable candidates with Bush being the standard bearer. Kasich at this point has no shot. Trump has the nomination but these people want to now try to exact revenge on the voters by backing Cruz and then try to take the nomination from Trump in a brokered convention. It’s pathetic and delusional.

    Trump has won fair and square! If the party operated as normal, it would have already fallen in line to allow Trump to set his sights on Hillary. Instead, they continue to posture and try to deny Trump his rightful nomination.

    Liked by 2 people

    • MVW says:

      Look, Trump has clobbered 14 of the chosen GOPe politicians under budget and on schedule with the media against him and $200 million in attack ads. These pundits have had a 2X4 taken to their heads and the bells haven’t stopped ringing; they are dazed and bewildered. Even the Chicago Soros Reavers ( like Orcs berserkers ) with the narrative that Trump was to blame, failed.

      This is the hand of God type stuff.

      Liked by 1 person

  16. Tparty says:

    Its has taken a while, but the rules are out in the open now. The sunlight will act to freeze the DC insiders publicly but they will continue to plans tge overturn of the electorate. This narrative must be maintained in the public mind so it isnt forgotten.


    more news

    Michelle gets fired and Reid is ‘concerned’ about increasing Trump voter turnout. Harry, are you suggesting people voting for the first time is bad. Do you want to suppress the vote?….

    Liked by 3 people

  17. maggiemoowho says:

    We’re in a live version of The Truman Show(The Trump Show). If anyone hasn’t seen The Truman Show, look it up and read the synopsis of the movie. We’re all like Truman in a way, but Trump is the one breaking out to expose the corruption and lies within the Government. The Government elite can’t let that happen, so they’re doing anything they can to stop him.

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  18. Paula says:

    I just found out Mike Ferris was at that meeting. He’s an influential homeschool father, who founded Patrick Henry. Two of my children graduated from that college. I’m shocked. He just came out on his FB page in support of Cruz.

    Can someone please help me understand this?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Tparty says:

      The GOPe has to have ‘conservative’ places from which to herd the ever more balkanised sheep into the trap of the GOPe.

      It’s a big GOPe club … and we ain’t in it…. yet!


    • lastConservinIllinois? says:

      He’s bought and paid for?
      Like the rest?


      • Paula says:

        I’m stunned. Just stunned. He’s not a stupid man, so my mind is just blown that he’s taking this stand. If I knew he was posting this crap on his wall, I’d have been all over it. I see one person trying to reason w/ him about TTP and our sovereignty, but he just said no candidate was perfect, but he trusts Cruz w/ our sovereignty more than Trump! What??

        Liked by 1 person

        • Mike says:

          It would be good to compare notes with him. Then you could decide whether he is missing information. DJT is not an automatic gimme for a lot of honest people who only glimpse the braggadocio or game shows or worldliness. Likewise, Ted’s (false) impressions, like standing against Washington has had a lot of staying power.

          Information diffusion is usually much more difficult once people form an impression.


          • Paula says:

            Yes. His mind is made up. I can’t imagine Him changing his mind no matter what now.


            • Lostwithiel says:

              Yes, a lot of my fellow Christians “follow the herd.” They think Trump is worldly, ungodly, Cruz has the brilliant Constitutionalist reputation and speaks the right Christian language in that confidential tone that makes people think he is “sharing his heart.” Trump doesn’t drink or smoke, he has a good work ethic, his children all adore him and are very loyal. The Bible talks about how, in choosing an elder, consider their children’s behavior too. Reagan’s children were rebellious and estranged from him and Nancy, even to the point that they had to bring that history up again at their eulogies at their mother’s funeral last week. True, Trump is on his third marriage. But Steven Arturburn (founder of New Life Christian Radio counseling ministries, author of Every Man’s Battle books, founder of Women of Faith conferences) is also on his third marriage. Hal Lindsey, author of the Late Great Planet Earth and the father of Christian dispensationalist Zionism, is on his FOURTH marriage! Yet he still has his TV show each week.


    • phil fan says:

      Cruz, Common Core and co-opting the homeschooling movement:

      Common Core is stealth globalism in the home school and educational realms. Bewaare

      Liked by 1 person

      • RP says:

        For those of you that don’t want to get into the details in the link the gist is that Cruz and his sponsors want it so that if homeschoolers accept any gov’t assistance they are lumped in as a ‘private school’ and therefore subject to Federal oversight and monitoring ~ including unannounced inspections and invasive paperwork not only on results but thoughts, means and methods.


    • darcy says:

      Paula: My granddaughter — a few summers back — attended Patrick Henry’s summer program. I too am shocked to learn that Mr. Ferris is either duped by Cruz or supportive of what we here (many of us, that is) understand are his major deficiencies, his globalist sympathies most notably. Wish I had a better bead on Ferris’ motivations.
      I must keep an eye, now, on Mr. Ferris.


      • PatriotKate says:

        Ferris is just one cog in their plan. He’s an active part of the Convention of States, which would be a disaster. So far, they have failed to get enough states on board with a plan. We don’t need a COS with the backdoor being to write a new Constitution – also supported by Soros. Ferris gets really nasty if anyone challenges him on the COS – I saw him in person at a big presentation. Later, we also heard Publius Huldah tear their plans down and how dangerous it would be.


        • Paula says:

          That must be it, Kate. I know he’s been pushing for that a long time and yes, it is well known he has a terrible temper. He is urging everyone NOT to even vote for Trump in the general if he wins the nomination! Says he’ll be worse than Hillary! I’m just shocked at how many of my hero’s are falling!

          Thanks for the links Philfan and joleeinca!

          Liked by 1 person

    • shiloh1973 says:

      He is into the same Dominionist Cult that Cruz is. Read to the bottom of the article.


  19. Newman says:

    I don’t think the GOP Establishment is disconnected from anything that’s happening outside of Washington….I believe they fully understand exactly what is going on. The problem is …they don’t give a rat’s ass and they don’t want any part of this America first agenda. And they never will….Heck, they’ll become democrats first before they fight for us rubes outside of Washington.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Russian Limbaugh says:

      Exactly. They know what is going on but they do not respect the verdict being handed down. They hold all of us in contempt due to the fact that the vast majority of the people in this country have been suckered by them for decades. As we can see there are still a large amount of idiots still believing the gospel of DC and THEIR media.


    • Trumpire says:

      They don’t call it an oligarchy for nothing.

      Full Definition of oligarchy. plural ol·i·gar·chies. 1 : government by the few. 2 : a government in which a small group exercises control especially for corrupt and selfish purposes; also : a group exercising such control. 3 : an organization under oligarchic control.

      I knew we went full oligarchy in 2008 when Obama usurped the presidency and every single avenue, courts, congress, military, law enforcement, national security, justice department said A-OK. You have no standing. Kangaroo courts.

      Lois Lerner, Jon Corzine and Gruber, et al. confirmed it.

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  20. Cable Provider says:

    Time to return DC back to the swamp it came out of.


  21. justfactsplz says:

    The mighty alpha lion is leading us to victory. The uniparty knows it. They have abused us for years but we have risen up and said no more. Now they are afraid of us. You betcha they are very afraid. Keep working and campaigning for Trump, Wolverines. We are winning.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. kinthenorthwest says:

    Lets Clean House

    Liked by 2 people

  23. TRONGOD2000 says:

    There are a lot of people asking stuff like “Wonder where Rubio votes will go?” or “Wonder if the latest Tuesday taken by Trump will affect his votes in future primaries?”. Well, it looks like the answer is starting to come out. Latest poll for NY has Trump at 64%!!! Cruz at 12% and Kasich at 1%! It’s pretty obvious that Trump is sucking up all of Rubio’s votes plus his success in the latest round of primaries is causing votes to be sucked away from the losers that are just hanging around to collect $ from the foolish and pray for a convention where the RNC cheats like crazy and gets away with it. Imagine Kasick running against Hillary? or Cruz? Neither has had any success really in the primaries even though the try to twist it to show they have.

    Liked by 2 people

    • skifflegirl says:

      OMG! Kasich vs. Hillary. That will be similar to Bernie vs. Hillary, a boring guy who has only ever collected a government check (except for the plum no-show job at Lehman) against a humorless viper who has only ever collected (other) governments checks (except for Wall Street ‘speeches’)!


  24. scott says:

    Mongke Khan, Ghengis’ grandson, ordered his brother Hulagu to take Baghdad, but not destroy it. Emissaries were sent by Hulagu to have the Caliph pay tribute so his city would be spared. The caliph refused and killed the emissaries. Hulagu then marched to Baghdad and prepared for the siege. Only then did the caliph send word that he would send the tribute, but it was too late. Hulagu said that he wanted to meet the caliph “face-to-face.” The siege lasted 12 days and Baghdad fell and great looting took place. When the caliph, who was imprisoned, begged for food as he was starving, Hulagu sent him some gold to eat. When the caliph said that he cannot eat gold, Hulagu told him that he should have thought about that when he made his first offer of peace and tribute, and that it was too late. The caliph, and many of his family, were rolled up in carpets and then trampled to death by horses.

    This is what I see for the GOP. They are too blind and self-absorbed in themselves and thought themselves to be invincible from the rabble. Despite offers of peace, they refused. When it became inevitable of their downfall, they began to make offers to save themselves. The GOP is now about to get sieged, rolled in carpets, and trampled to death for the failure to see the wisdom in aligning with the Khan(Trump).

    History does repeat itself.

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  25. District of Colombia, eeerrr excuse Me, Washington,D.C. , Reminds Me of a City, In a Movie…
    That City was called, Panem

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  26. scott says:

    Gotta laugh at the article here saying that Cleveland is prepared for Trumps riots in Cleveland and leaves out the fact that the BLM/Anti-Trump crowd said that they would be the ones rioting.


    • RP says:

      Bunch of liars and conniving scum are building the narrative that any and all riots are Trump riots as in he is solely responsible.

      They are 100% correct only in this respect:

      “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” John F. Kennedy


  27. big bad mike says:

    As he got older he became more and more conservative referring to himself as an “Arch” Conservative
    He regarded his move away from liberal politics as “A totally natural reaction once I began to see undisciplined elements in our Country stimulating a breakdown of our System. These functionless creatures, the hippies, just didn’t appear out of a vacuum.
    James Cagney. (Wikipedia)


  28. Planet8788 says:

    Lindsey Graham endorsing Cruz… Cruz is finished.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. sDee says:

    So sez Steve Schmidt? Isn’t he the guy assigned to direct McCain’s farce of a presidential campaign and threw their own VP candidate to the media wolves?


  30. skifflegirl says:

    From 2007 to 2011, every single city block in my straight up middle class neighborhood had three or four abandoned, foreclosed houses sit empty for months and years later. It broke my heart because these were my neighbors and there, but for the grace of God, went my family. We almost lost our home. We were one day away from auction. But luckily we found a lawyer who took very little money. He was well-connected enough to all the players in our town that he was able to save us.

    The Affluenzi crowd will never know my pain, the pain of having worked hard most of my life as a manager, bookkeeper and business owner. But now, because I’m not 20 and am seen to be unable to lift 50-75 pounds, stand all day in a check out aisle, or worse yet, as unable to take direction from someone 25 years younger than me, I am unemployable. Despite every effort, I haven’t had what I would consider to be a real job since 2008.

    I have a lot more to give to this world because I’m really not that old. But when the only jobs available are strictly for the inexperienced and healthy young, I seem that way.

    Nope, I’m determined that within the next year or two, I will be happily employed or owning a business again, doing something that I’ve been doing all of my life and that I’m really, really good at.

    That’s my hope, and I’m not going to let some elitist jerks take that away from me one moment longer than I have to.

    BTW, my hope has a name. It’s Donald Trump.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Trumpire says:

      You are not alone. 100 million unemployed. False employment statistics. Not to mention Obamacare that created a lot on 28 hour part-time jobs with no health insurance.

      Liked by 2 people

      • skifflegirl says:

        Only good thing about Fox is that Sean Hannity has been citing those numbers for the past couple of years and made me realize that I AM the target of Obama’s America. The white, middle income, middle aged people who have done the right things all of our lives only to have a Marxist usurpation steal my country and my livelihood with the help of my own party! Things can always get worse, but not much from my standpoint. So I’m all in for the insurgency. And I’m not ever leaving my party. They need to go. Fix bayonets, dammit!

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    • uvaldegirl says:

      I am with you 100 percent. My husband and I are surviving as consultants in our field, aged out of the full-time job market in middle age with teenagers. It’s been hard living month to month but we are fighters, like you.

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  31. Sadly WE have become victims of the “use your words” propaganda. We speak of our rage or cold anger, we forcast the next steps of the ogligarchs as if we have their playbook, and the most active amongst us even go so far as to blog and share with our friends and neighbors… Pitiful and useless all. Even when a few speak of actually making a physical effort to march it is quickly followed by the , I have work, children, a cell phone to pay for etc. reasons to abstain. This is no different in reality from those receiving a govt. check. WE ARE PACIFIED.
    Unless and until the pitchforks are on the streets of D.C. and the entitled are dragged from the golden sanctuaries nothing will change.

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  32. Southern Son says:

    Wake UP!! Dave! It appears that you have submitted.
    WE were not pacified, just silent. In politics, silence is Consent.
    As Mr. Trump has said, “We are Silent No Longer!!”
    Try to catch the bus. The Trump Train is almost halfway to our destination.
    Doubt, Cannot derail us now. We will Not Allow it.
    RR Bulls used to throw hobos off the train.

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    • Sadly you prove the point by missing it. My comment was a call to action. One thing I don’t have is doubt.


    • skifflegirl says:

      I don’t know who socialdave2015 is, but I know what he is. A naysayer, a Debbie Downer who has given up on people.

      That was then, in 2012. This is now, the Trump Insurgency of 2016!

      We have our torchbearer in Donald Trump. He is leading the way for us, so that we can join him, talk to people, lead them to the path of Truth and Liberty.

      My efforts are not in vain. Today I received over a hundred different Tweets from people responding to my Ted Cruz/GOPe awakening story at DetoniteNews. When I saw all those Tweets, I went to the website and was amazed to find 500 people were currently visiting the site, my story had over 60 comments (with debate on all sides) and almost 8,000 views in two and a half weeks! That’s 5,000 more than I had only a week ago! That might not be a lot to a site like Breitbart, but seeing as how DetoniteNews has only been around for three weeks, it’s a YUGE thing for me!

      Things are happening, and every time Corruption, Inc. attacks Trump – and let’s face it: they’re attacking us vulgarians – our insurgency grows by leaps and bounds. Keep your powder dry, keep your head down, fix bayonets and ‘lay down some hate’ as they say! Let’s roll, people! Believe what Sundance is saying. We are winning!


  33. Peter says:


    You gotta get a pic of Cruz and Kasich “rallies” 1 pic from each – under all the trump rally pics.

    The comparison is stark.



  34. jmilamdeal says:

    Reblogged this on jmilamdeal and commented:

    Is it so hard for them to realize their stupidity and use some common sense for a change? No, they can’t see that their agenda is coming to an end, and they will do everything within their power to not see it end.


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