Scott Walker Predicts Open Convention Nomination for Someone Not Currently Running…

Sounds about right considering Walkers’ insider pedigree.  Scott Walker was single most disappointing candidate in the past decade. He won his elections, and was defended against all recall efforts, with the Tea Party on point.  However, he reversed his alignment and became BIG GOPe after his re-election bid. Walker is very close pals with Paul Ryan and Reince Preibus now.

Scott WalkerWISCONSIN – If the Republican Party finds itself with an open convention in July, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker believes the nominee may not be Donald Trump, Ted Cruz or John Kasich.

“I think if it’s an open convention, it’s very likely it would be someone who’s not currently running,” Walker told reporters Thursday. “I mean, who knows. The one thing I qualify — it’s like the qualifications you see on those ads you see for car dealerships. I think any of us who comment on this election have to qualify that almost every prediction’s been off, so it’s hard to predict anything.”

The governor, who ended his own presidential campaign in September, has yet to endorse a candidate. He plans to decide whether to endorse within the next few days, he said. (read more)

Wisconsin Votes Next !

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278 Responses to Scott Walker Predicts Open Convention Nomination for Someone Not Currently Running…

  1. Darth Vaper says:

    I wonder what this guy knows that we don’t know.

    Liked by 3 people

    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      Walker better be very careful what he says cause the PEOPLE went against the Unions and took lot of heat to get him elected AND Re-elected………

      Liked by 14 people

      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        Just think if the “people” turn that heat on Walker…………

        Liked by 4 people

      • meli says:

        I live in Wisconsin and no longer have any use for Paul Ryan. He’s a traitor as far as I’m concerned. He and his cronies in congress made promises they didn’t keep. Don’t forget, not only is Paul Ryan from Wisconsin, but so is Reince Priebus. Remember also, Paul Ryan ran in the VP spot with Romney – it’s one big happy family. Trust me, Scott Walker knows exactly what’s going on, but he better watch his step because a whole lot of us went to great lengths to save him from recall. It was not a fun time, if you know anything about dealing with vicious Madison liberals. I don’t think he’ll actually endorse unless he feels that his support will make the difference between Cruz winning or losing.

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        • darcy says:

          I really don’t care what he’s thinking.
          It’s obvious he’s working for the “global” team.
          My advice to him is to get out of Dodge while he may.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Larry L says:

          I agree meli.
          I supported Walker too as the leftists threw a tantrum and caused over a million dollars worth of damage to our capitol building. I remember when the demrats fled the state rather than do their job.

          Liked by 1 person

          • rutesperanza says:

            The reason Walker stood up to the unions was much more because of Coca Cola and what they were promising him and much less principled. Supposedly he will have a advisory position there that pays him very well when it’s over. However even liberals
            I’ve spoken to from Wisconsin said that they were angry and that their parents were screwed out of their pension but when I pressed how they were going to keep paying they even agreed that in the long term what he did was better for the state. However these were decent liberals who plan to vote for Trump. Most liberals don’t care where the money comes from because they have never considered that it doesn’t just grow from the government tree. I’m disappointed in Walker. I think he was one of the main pieces in the GOP splitter plan and he apparently owes them for getting his butt saved twice when he needed it.

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        • Ric says:

          Good insight…Your on top of your game..

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        • Albermanly says:

          You saved him ,,,,,,, and NOW what do you have? A TRAITOR

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Walker doesn’t knows “squat.”

      The big fraud is just BLUFFING!

      Liked by 3 people

      • shallbe4 says:

        Its very important to the E’s that this doesn’t com as a surprise or we might riot or something. They want us to get used to the fact that they could or will steal this nomination from Trump. I could never get used to this.

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        • Mike says:

          “Open” convention might be concurrent or followed by open revolt to restore lawful government.

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        • oldtoenail says:

          Normal deal. They run it by and everyone gets mad and stomps their feet. Finally everyone gets tired and goes home. Then they do what they said they were going to do. NOT THIS TIME! We must fight them all the way and never give up or accept the corruption of the eGOP. They=eGOP

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    • It will be ROMNEY. I saw it. In SUMMER.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Romney vs. Trump that is.

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      • notasmidgeon says:

        Paul Ryan.

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      • Albermanly says:

        The Romneys wrap themselves in the American FLAG but NEVER wrap themselves in an American UNIFORM.
        “patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel”
        (1) Great Grandpa Romney ran to Mexico to dodge American laws
        (2) Grandpa Romney FLIP-FLOPPED back to America when Mexico got dangerous.
        (3) Daddy Romney NEVER SERVED through WWII and Korea.
        (4) MITTENS Romney used “missionary” deferments to DODGE the Viet Nam draft.
        (5) FIVE sons, and NOT ONE ever wore an AMERICAN UNIFORM.
        FIVE GENERATIONS, NINE “males”, and NOT ONE actually LOVED America enough to SERVE this Nation. The only thing “conservative” about the Romney Family is conserving THEIR OWN BEHINDS.
        They hide their money OUTSIDE this country ….so they are always ready for a quick get-away just like Grandpaw did when he ran to Mexico..
        No Romney ever comes back missing a limb, in a box, or with PTSD …….. because no Romney ever SERVES.
        The Romneys LOVE WAR …… because they get RICH but THEY never ever .bleed.

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    • zero2sixty says:

      He probably knows what people on this site know, which is that the RINO’s fully intend on putting Jebby in there!!

      Liked by 4 people

    • tydurden1984 says:

      Walker? From the looks of him he knows that M-O-O-N spells Moon and that’s just about it.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Larry L says:

      He knows first hand what the phrase,(Don’t poke the bear) means.

      Liked by 1 person

    • caviad says:

      He knows he needs “Big Bucks” to keep his political career going and if he sides with Trump the money well, will soon dry up for him.

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    • SZ says:

      I wonder what Donald Trump knows that they all don’t know…just saying…

      Liked by 2 people

      • caileag09 says:

        He knows which large rocks to pick up in order to let the vermin scatter.

        Liked by 1 person

      • lou Ann Watson says:

        since trump has out maneuvered them so far, i think he has a handle on it. he has vast resources…also sessions advising him. he knows their weasel tactics after dealing for decades with these same vermin in manhattan

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    • JMC says:

      He thinks he’s a viable VP appointment.

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  2. Eris says:

    So Scott Walker is gonna play the Mittens game with the non-endorsement too ?

    LOL what a loser.

    It seems to me that Mr. Trump is now poised to do to Lying Cruz what he did to Little Marco going into the Wisconsin Primary after most of the GOPe committed their support to Lying Cruz. Art of the Deal heh heh.

    Liked by 7 people

  3. Meezer says:

    If he thinks that the nominee will be someone else that’s running, why bother endorsing anyone? Why is he getting involved in the primary process if it doesn’t matter?

    Liked by 12 people

  4. feralcatsblog says:

    If the Royalist GOPe denies Trump the nomination, the Trump supporters blowback will burn the GOPe to the ground and then salt the earth over its grave.

    Liked by 20 people

    • Stringy theory says:

      I agree and I will be there to do my part by voting against every GOP incumbent up and down the ticket. Jerks like Walker need to think before they set off the Dooms Day machine.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Darth Vaper says:

        I fear that they, the GOPe, don’t care if they all lose, as long as the UniParty wins. They don’t care because they will still be feeding at the trough of political corruption. Many will get cushy lobbyist jobs and others will get re-elected eventually.

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        • shallbe4 says:

          I wonder if the Republicans who lose the Election will actually get cushy lobbyist jobs when they have destroyed the Republican Party. Seems to me they will be persona non grata to everybody Democrat and Republican alike. This would be the true definition of a LOSER.

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          • John McLachlan says:

            If they destroy the GOP, on behalf of the Uniparty as a whole, then they are not losers at all. They will have accomplished what they set out to do and will be rewarded accordingly. It is a mistake to believe that they have any loyalty to the GOP, because thy regard the GOP as merely one part of their instrument of control and which can be sacrificed, when the need arises.

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        • georgiafl says:

          Absolutely – the globalist agenda and their exalted power and positions are the only things they care about.

          Not this great country or its great principles and people – our lives and jobs are expendable.

          They are Principal (money, power) over Principle (laws, values, ideals, ethics, people).

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        • Jenny R. says:

          I think it will destroy much more than the GOP…it may destroy the Uniparty itself. Take a look over at some of the lefty sites: they are having a meltdown too — people are not backing Hillary (and under her circumstances, she should be completely walking away with it…she isn’t; Bernie is still getting votes; Trump and Kasich are getting crossover votes; Dem turnout is not the best and people are staying home).
          The Uniparty pushes a Cackles vs. Mittens, or Cackles vs. Jebbie and they could wind up shooting both of their selves in the foot.

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          • Jenny R. says:

            …and while I’m not thrilled with Bernie or Kasich, I am very much interested in the destruction of BOTH sides of the Uniparty
            I want to see neither the haggard queen nor whatever humpty dumpty the GOP designs to put up as her “loyal opponent” get a pass. I like to see her sweat as much as the GOP; more please in fact.
            For now those two idiots serve some purpose for this goal — they have put themselves out there as useful idiots, then let them be used against themselves.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        Then we’ll all start charter group tours to dance on the GOP grave.

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      • Betty says:

        As Donald Trump says: if he doesn’t win it has all been a waste of time.

        NO ONE else will re-negotiate NAFTA and all the trade deals that have stripped our country, or build a wall, or get control of legal and illegal immigration, fight to retain the United States of America as a sovereign nation.

        Once they have disposed of Donald Trump the threat to their plans and existence is over – forever.

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    • Suzanne says:

      sign me up for that plan… I despise them (with the sole exception of Sessions)

      Liked by 5 people

    • jackphatz says:

      See, this is what needs to be told to these people ahead of time. We will never,ever support a GOP candidate again. They say they are concerned even now of the possibility of the down votes in this years election. Right now, the way I feel, Trump is the only person I will be voting for. I have no reason to vote for Rob Portman…he sucks, he’s establishment, Trump only.

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    • Larry L says:

      And if Walker backs an establishment candidate instead of Trump, or whoever is the front runner, he loses my vote in the next election.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Spab says:

        I admit this is a disappointing statement from Walker. In typical politician fashion he says nothing at great length. Even so my hope was that his ethics were as strong as his backbone. As I said: disappointed again.

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        • lou Ann Watson says:

          “i will climb onto your back, and promise not to sting,
          i’ll tell you what you want to hear and not mean anything,
          then i’ll treat you like a dog, as i shoot my venom in,
          but you knew all along i was a scorpion.”
          megadeth “the scorpion”

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    • oldtoenail says:

      I agree. They will win and be left holding a smoldering heap of nothing. The demorats will never let them have a place at the table again.

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  5. nyetneetot says:

    “Scott Walker Predicts Open Convention Nomination for Someone Not Currently Running…”

    Oooohh! OooooH! I bet it’s me! Heh heh heh! I’m gonna build a wall!

    Liked by 8 people

  6. feralcatsblog says:

    John McCain and Willard Romney aren’t currently running. Lets try them again. McCain/Romney in 2016!!!

    Liked by 4 people

    • citizen817 says:

      Just for curiosity…how would the RNC be able to put up anyone not currently running?
      Doesn’t their own rules state that a candidate has to win 8 states with over 50% to get the nomination. Wouldn’t this be a disqualifier for an outsider? Of course they will probably change the rules before the convention.

      Liked by 4 people

      • hocuspocus13 says:

        We are in the 1st ballot voting now

        2nd ballot is contested if no one reaches 1237 delegates

        If still no nomination the 3rd ballot goes into a brokered convention in which they can pick a name out of the hat for nomination

        VOTE 🇺🇸 TRUMP

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      • That’s my question, too. This is Rule 40:

        (a) In making the nominations for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States and voting thereon, the roll of the states shall be called separately in each case; provided, however, that if there is only one candidate for nomination for Vice President of the United States who has demonstrated the support required by paragraph (b) of this rule, a motion to nominate for such office by acclamation shall be in order and no calling of the roll with respect to such office shall be required.

        (b) Each candidate for nomination for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight (8) or more states, severally, prior to the presentation of the name of that candidate for nomination. Notwithstanding any other provisions of these rules or any rule of the House of Representatives, to demonstrate the support required of this paragraph a certificate evidencing the affirmative written support of the required number of permanently seated delegates from each of the eight (8) or more states shall have been submitted to the secretary of the convention not later than one (1) hour prior to the placing of the names of candidates for nomination pursuant to this rule and the established order of business.

        (c) The total time of the nominating speech and seconding speeches for any candidate for nomination for President of the United States or Vice President of the United States shall not exceed fifteen (15) minutes.

        (d) When at the close of a roll call any candidate for nomination for President of the United States or Vice President of the United States has received a majority of the votes entitled to be cast in the convention, the chairman of the convention shall announce the votes for each candidate whose name was presented in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (b) of this rule. Before the convention adjourns sine die, the chairman of the convention shall declare the candidate nominated by the Republican Party for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States.

        (e) If no candidate shall have received such majority, the chairman of the convention shall direct the roll of the states be called again and shall repeat the calling of the roll until a candidate shall have received a majority of the votes entitled to be cast in the convention.

        I don’t see where the Rule allows new names to be placed on the ballot after the first vote. Section (e) states that the states vote until a candidate receives a majority of votes. I just don’t get why people think this unless they are certain Rule 40 is going to be changed or eliminated.

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        • Sanj says:

          Per Roger Stone, they are placing establishment delagates throughout, plan to dominate the rules committee and change Rule 40b along with others….

          Liked by 6 people

        • I’m glad you summarized.

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        • Larry L says:

          Rule 40 can be changed at any time unfortunately.
          Vote Trump and avoid the nonsense.
          Cruz would have to win 85% of the remaining delegates, and Kasich is only hanging around because Soros and other leftists own him. Kasich is a pompous fool if he thinks we don’t see his establishment ties. He’s totally ruined his brand.

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          • Jenny R. says:

            Crazy Uncle Claudius Kasich is being left in because the Uniparty stupidly believes that he will soak up Dem crossover votes for Trump. This is because they are so out of touch and do not understand the people at all.
            Kasich will soak up votes all right: votes of Dems who are still pretty d**n lefty but are left queasy at the thought of HIllary and who have given up on Bernie (they are out there). This suppresses turnout for HIllary and is giving the Dems night sweats. He even picks up some Republicans who are “moderate” (read more “liberal” than many blue dogs) and anti-Trump, but who are left queasy at Ted Cruz’s bible thumping. This helps to further their delusions.
            These are not Trump’s base, never has been. This is a different sort of election year.
            I for one hope to not see the Uniparty disabused of their blindness for a while longer; it serves a purpose…for now.

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        • Elizabeth says:

          Why don’t they ever write things in plain English? Why all the gobbledygook?

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      • If I understand it correctly, the current rules for the Republican Convention (drawn up just prior to ’12 contest) actually expire the day BEFORE the actual convention. That means that all bets are off. Even if Trump has the 1237 delegates, there are potential rules challenges for how some delegates were chosen (even to the point of possibly overruling some states picks for their delegates. I have been reading about all sorts of possible shenanigans that the GOPe has up its sleeve. I had read that the appropriate paperwork for Romney (as a potential candidate) was filed with the FEC over a month prior to his showing up on the news shows blasting Trump. Suddenly Mitt starts to sound like he actually has a pair.
        I bet a weeks pay that the GOPe was already blowing sunshine up Mitts backside, saying that only you can bring the party together and we need a moderate, Yadda, Yadda (BS, BS). It is obvious to me that the Republican establishment pukes running the show will stop at nothing to keep Trump from winning the nomination. I also am convinced that their preference would actually be Hillary, because she is just as corrupt, and part of the big money political elites where the R’s and D’s can still stay fat and happy.
        A revolution is certainly coming, and when it does……SIGN ME UP

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        • Suzanne says:

          I am ALL IN

          Liked by 8 people

        • They can change the rules – make whatever rules they want – but they don’t have to change anything. They could just adopt the same rules from the 2012 convention.

          I guess my point is that all the GOPe are speaking about what is going to happen at the convention as if Rule 40 doesn’t exist, as if it has already been changed. Why are they so confident? Why are they certain that they will be able to add a name to the ballot after the first vote? Why are they so sure that there will be a new rule allowing them to add someone new?

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      • M. Mueller says:

        I believe Howie put this up yesterday. http://www.americasfreedomfighters.com/2016/03/22/official-gop-announced-changing-rule-put-end-trumps-campaign/# They are changing the 8 sate rule.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      John Anderson is still living – the GOPe can try running him again!

      LOL

      Liked by 1 person

    • shallbe4 says:

      Isn’t Willard the name of a rat?

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  7. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Walker was Rush’s first choice – he pushed him continuously. After we learned that Walker was a huge GOPe, it makes sense that Rush was for him. I don’t trust anything that comes out of his mouth. Notice that all of a sudden, he appears back on the scene because Wisconsin is next. Trump had spilled some of the goods about Walker and how he blew the budget up. I would bet there will be more that coming out if Walker pushes Trump too far.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      BINGO! We have a winner.

      You nailed it big time!

      That is the only reason that simple Simon Walker is blowing his broken horn now.

      The GOPe/Walker flunky is just trying to support Cruz and Car-sick against Trump in the Cheesy State.

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    • darcy says:

      Speaking of whom: Here in AZ, on this past Tuesday, two Cruz ads ran back-to-back, and in each, different sound-clips from Rush Limbaugh were featured, citing the “virtues” of TC as the ONLY one who is the conservative candidate, yada yada yada.
      I am SO glad I quit listening to RL many years ago!!

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      • Elizabeth says:

        I’m about to do the same. His Cruz crush is nauseating to say the least, and he thinks he’s fair and objective. Besides him, Mark Levin and others who are supposedly so conservative and such lovers of the Constitution have got to know the guy’s not even eligible to be running yet they keep blowing their horn for him. I’m getting so sick of hearing all of this talk about Cruz being a supposed outsider. He’s been in office now for long enough that anyone has to know he’s no such thing.

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  8. alliwantissometruth says:

    God, I’m so sick of this. Men & women I once admired morph into sickening traitors to their constituents & their country. Walker, one of those I admired deeply for his stance on unions & cutting big government, now grovels before the corrupt party elites

    The sell-outs will be sorry down the road

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    • entagor says:

      agree

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      • hocuspocus13 says:

        Hate to break the news to you

        They were always like this it seems when Obama took office and became lawless others felt comfortable letting their true selves out

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

          Agreed – 100%.

          That is why citizens of any nation must work so to prevent pure evil from taking political office. Other evil beings see it and start doing even more evil.

          Walker was evil before, and now his fake mask is ripped off his heinous face.

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          • georgiafl says:

            Masks have been ripped off the Establishment and Uniparty – and ALSO off of the pretend Constitutionalists, Tea Party and Conservative politicians, pundits and even more heart-breaking our once-trusted conservative websites!

            Right Scoop, Legal Insurrection, Hot Air, Town Hall, Lucianne, etc. have turned out to be ‘Neo-Con’ or rather, Geo-Con (globalist conservatives) which is not really conservative at all.

            So disappointing and disgusting.

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            • Jenny R. says:

              Maybe it is disappointing and disgusting now, but in the end wasn’t it better to find out the truth so as not to be conned any longer? When a person has been living in the shadow of a lie, light can hurt for a while, but in the end the light is infinitely preferable.
              Don’t dwell on the hurt, be happy and thankful that you are no longer living in the shadow.

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              • georgiafl says:

                You are right.

                The truth may hurt, but in the end, it will set you free!

                Learning to walk in the light of truth is sometimes hard when we grow up in darkness.

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                • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

                  It’s like pulling a scab off of a wound.

                  Now, from science, doctors know that pulling the scabs off the wound actually help the wound to heal better and faster!

                  What was that popular saying some years back……”Feel the Burn!”

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        • Lindenlee says:

          Yes, the question, as the veil is lifted, is “Have they ALWAYS been this way/”, or “Is this something new?”. Very disorienting.

          Christ said that there was nothing that had been hidden that would not be revealed, and I pray for that all the time, so people can TRULY see things for what they are… How nefarious, how calculated, how evil they are. And so it is happening. Like waking up to realize your stepfather had been raping you all along, and you thought it was “love”.

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        • Elizabeth says:

          Your comment is probably the truest thing I’ve read today. Our founding fathers knew the nature of politics, and how it corrupts, because human nature doesn’t change. I know there are a few good people in DC, but not enough to do the kind of damage to the beast it will take to kill it. Besides electing a good President we need to get rid of all the entrenched suckers like unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats who are writing rules and regulations that have the same power as laws, and we need to remove corrupt judges.

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    • corimari2013 says:

      As a Wisconsin resident who has admired Scott Walker since he was County Exec in Milwaukee, I have to tell you how disappointed and disgusted I am with his turn. He has obviously sipped the GOPe Kool-Aid, just as our Sen. Ron Johnson has, who ran as a Tea Party candidate. Men show their weak character when they fold like cheap tents to the dictates of political party bosses.

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    • Djtcangeorg says:

      We hear you! My mom is absolutely disgusted and feels betrayed.

      Liked by 6 people

    • webgirlpdx says:

      Me too, Alliwant….

      Liked by 2 people

    • regedit says:

      He was my guy before Donald entered the scene
      What a traitor ,just like Paul Ryan -whats wrong with these Wisconsin people

      Liked by 3 people

    • Stringy theory says:

      You are right, they will be sorry.

      Liked by 1 person

    • John says:

      Agreed. I’ve been a life long Republican (I am 60). I wrote the RNC and told them if they do this I will join a lot of others and leave. They can join the Whigs in the dustbin of history. This reminds me of the movie, Network. We are mad as hell and are not going to take it any more.

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      • JunieG says:

        They’d rather lose you than see The Lion of America elected. I don’t think they care. They intend to take a stand at the convention, and we’re all supposed to fall in line, and vote for whatever stooge they put up who will maintain the status quo. Good little sheep!

        I wonder if that is why the Press is heck bent on depicting Trump supporters as violent hoodlums, to “explain” us if we protest when they steal the contest at the convention, and thus squash the “Nazis.”

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        • jackphatz says:

          “They’d rather lose you than see The Lion of America elected” Look at this. These greedy boys of the Republican Party will only accept one thing, winning it their way even if it destroys America. Pathetic samples of “men” in today”s society out to destroy our culture.

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        • Elizabeth says:

          I won’t vote for anyone else. I’ll write Trump’s name in if they pull a stunt like that.

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    • darcy says:

      alliwantissometruth:
      I calculated/figured not too long ago, maybe three years, that these so-called conservatives staked out an issue, one major issue, on which they could burnish their conservative credentials, get elected and re-elected, and all the while employ their elected-power to do the bidding of their handlers/backers/donors. The h/b/d/ meanwhile understood the necessity of losing (?) on one point while remaining content with their ongoing grooming of their little tool on so many other issues.
      I used to think I was a cynic.
      No more. Now I see I have been remarkably prescient. Unhappily.

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  9. Kathleen Rady says:

    I’m from Wisconson. I voted for Walker twice. The second time was when he was fighting a recall brought on by the unions. I am proud of my Governor……but if he thinks I’m going to vote for ANYONE other than the man who goes to the convention with the most votes he’s insane. It’s not about political party it’s about truth, it’s about America.

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    • Greg says:

      Walker rightly went against the unions but not the police union. After the corrupt courts and police in your state went after innocent people who supported him Walker said nothing. He is a snake.

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  10. peachteachr says:

    Let’s see. Rience Priebus and Paul Ryan are boyhood friends and schoolmates. Scott Walker is governor of their home state. What can’t they do in the upcoming election in their state?

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    • If Walker doesn’t endorse, he, Walker thinks it’ll be he that will nominated at the convention…..he’s like watching paint dry…and a first class wishful thinker.

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    • Eris says:

      The setup is more like South Carolina than Ohio so Mr. Trump will hopefully do OK.

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    • lastConservinIllinois? says:

      I can see a Ryan / Walker ticket, with Priebus as their Chelsea.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Kaiser Roll says:

        That’s illegal, according to the Constitution the President and VP must be from different states.

        Liked by 2 people

        • JunieG says:

          Well, they let two Cubans whose “natural born” status is ambiguous run for the highest office. Because, yah know, gotta get them Hispanic votes! We’ll see….

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        • yes, but remember… pretty much everything they do is illegal at this point. shitler made all the things he did “legal” too.

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        • Elizabeth says:

          It’s also illegal for someone not born in the US to be President, but for the past 7+ years we’ve had such a President, another immigrant is trying to get elected right now, and one candidate who was no more than an anchor baby just dropped out. They all knew it and ignored it, and they don’t even care how it looks anymore. God help us.

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          • judyw says:

            “God help us” He is helping. He nudged Trump into the biggest race he’s ever run and Trump doesn’t enter any race to lose to anybody or any group.

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    • entagor says:

      This election is like biting into an apple and finding it is full of worms

      Liked by 4 people

      • JunieG says:

        I have been DREADING this election year – then Trump showed up, like the legendary Knight In White Armor.

        They are worms. Our guy is a lion.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        I still can’t believe they will do this. Trump said he met with many top Republicans Monday and they assured him this was not going to happen. Do they really want to be out of their jobs as the Republican Party is left in the dust? We are hearing from a small minority of Republicans. How bout the rest of them? Bobby Jindal said today that he would never go along with this but will vote for the nominee at the convention. Its like they are all standing on top of a skyscraper telling us they will jump but nobody wants to jump first. Something else–look at the big money which was spent on this election. I heard the big donors were holding back money until they know what’s going on. They say they can work with Trump even if he didn’t take their money. So they are not worried about his getting the nomination. But all that is out the window if the Party selfishly and stupidly does itself in.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      peachteachr, I read some time back that Walker, Ryan, Reese’s Pieces or maybe some other Fat Cat politician are all from South Wisconsin.

      Seems they all are the “bad seeds” and all connected in their evil actions.

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    • Lindenlee says:

      Wisconsin, the birthplace of Progressivism (Communism by any other name).

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    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      WISCONSON , DISTRICT 1 can make a stand and vote RYAN out in November, He is up along with the entire house for re-election. ……….You can make a difference in WISCONSIN to end CORRUPTION in 2016…………….TRUMP TRAIN IS COMING. !!!!!!!!!!!

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    • justfactsplz says:

      I see voter fraud on the Wisconsin horizon. SMH.

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  11. Carolina Kat says:

    I agree with feralcatsblog and stringy theory – if they try shafting (read disenfranchising millions of voters) Trump, there will be a giant bullseye drawn over the R trademark. I’ll not only NOT vote for a single Republican, I will vote FOR their opponents which puts them two votes down. The Stupid Party indeed.

    I participate in yougov.com polls. They asked for my opinion on a comment from someone floating Ryan for President. Don’t tell me that isn’t in the works.

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    • georgiafl says:

      They don’t care if you vote Democrat or Republican – it’s a win/win for them either way.

      They don’t care about your votes or your tax dollars. They have the power to print money and to pay themselves, and even pardon themselves.

      They control the rules, laws, money, natural resources, law enforcement, everything.

      We are expendable.

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  12. Howie says:

    Fudd/Kasich?

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    • Sanj says:

      Again, stop sullying the good name of Elmer Fudd

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    • Dixie says:

      I don’t think I could stomach 4 years of looking at that man. I despise him.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Kasich has positioned himself as ‘Mr. Nice Guy’ won’t defend our country against the evils within or without its borders.

      He’s a go along and get along sell-out.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Kasich is also sponsored by that sly, satanic, slime-wad George S0ros.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Consider him the Bloomberg vote, part of Team Soft Hands — and they are woefully out of touch with the people themselves. In a horse race you don’t waste too much time worrying about the plater who has been entered to fill the field — just try to go around him while he struggles down the track.
        Kasich is easily dispatched; there are bigger fishes to fry…for now (don’t worry, his time will come as it will for his supporters…who aren’t really all that supportive).
        In the meantime, let everyone’s heart be joyful. This was promised to be a close and hard year, a real fight, so take joy in the fight! If it was going to be that easy, then we should have worried about that.

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  13. Arkindole says:

    Facilitator of Learned Helplessness in the masses.
    Resist.
    Pile on your network for pending states.
    Make them nuke the voters.
    I double dog dare them.

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  14. webgirlpdx says:

    Yo Scott…..next time your Green Bay Packers are playing in a major game, we’ll just all decide to give it to the other team regardless. Well, just because, you know.

    Hope your kids never run for Student Government and you have to explain why they didn’t win because it was decided to give it to someone with many less votes.

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  15. WeeWeed says:

    I would think there’d be lawsuits over monies spent by people that aren’t considered, but have already unloaded millions on the primaries, at the convention.
    Hey. There wasn’t one cussword in that. SEE??? It can be done.

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  16. NHVoter says:

    I used to really like Walker. His book Unintimidated is quite good. Sigh.

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    • Finalage says:

      Thank goodness I didn’t buy it. I was with Walker before I supported Trump. Walker was suppose to be the one but he couldn’t take a stand on anything early on and he would constantly talk about Kohl’s. It was unnerving after awhile. His shtick got old quick!

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      • Sentient says:

        He was my guy, too. Every day I emailed his campaign to say “what about the southern border fence?” (Before Trump raised it to “wall”). When he finally brought it up, he wanted to put it on the wrong border.

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  17. Howie says:

    Will Wal Mart get the call? Pull the NE off the shelf? Get your copy now!

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  18. So many prophets foretelling the future, I wonder if he can call the cards at a blackjack table?

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    • George True says:

      I am reminded of something General Ray Odierno once said. He was being interviewed by a reporter, who asked him what he thought would happen in Iraq after General Petraeus left. Odierno said, “You know something? I was never taught at West Point, nor have I been able to learn since then, how to predict the future”.

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  19. Reblogged this on Exposing Modern Mugwumps and commented:

    Remember what Walker said when he exited the race. GET RID OF TRUMP…yes, he’s a globalist just like the rest of them

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  20. Ann Woodward says:

    I don’t mean to sound dramatic, or corny, but I thank God that Trump appeared on the political scene when he did. In my heart, I believe that there is a connection between a nation founded “under God” and a non-political candidate who is leading in fact, if not in the polls. We all need to dispense with our arsenal of “sticks and stones”. Give Trump the respect and support that he needs and deserves. We all lose if Trump loses. The issues have gotten covered up with spitball fights. Remember amnesty, remember our vets and their future, remember our economy (or lack thereof). Illegal immigration, Cloward and Pivin, Bill Ayers leading protest groups, Agenda 21, and oh!, so many more things that are shutting America down. Keep your eye on the ball, If you truly do your research, get to know the candidates past, get to know the candidate’s goals you can make a valid decisiion about where to place your allegiance and your vote, I will support your right, as an American, to make your own mind up based on facts, not on demonstrations and protests. not on professional ads trashing candidates. Do some googling. It’s not a civics class, but Google is a source of information. Here’s a quick and easy read that will jerk us all back to reality: The Naked Communist by Sous…?? I am grabbing at straws for the name of the author, but there is enough information to find the book. You only need to read the list of 10 goals posted by the communists’ to get your head on straight. And pray to what ever God helps you,
    See you at the polls

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  21. ezpz says:

    The only word that comes to mind when I see or think of Scott Walker is stupid, and I don’t say that lightly because I don’t like to call people names.

    Actually, the word is stooopid !

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  22. preppin247 says:

    Thinking outside the box here.. how bout the person with the most votes wins.. I know an absurd idea

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  23. starfcker says:

    He wants lyin ryan. The country doesn’t. See the feeble rollout lyin Ryan attempted yesterday. Trying to look presidential. Fail

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    • Sentient says:

      Man I want Paul Ryan primaries out in August – and out of office altogether.

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    • Gag!

      Scott Walker on Paul Ryan 2011: “He’s one of the most courageous people I know. Walker said yesterday on Fox News, “We need leaders of courage. People who worry more about the next generation than the next election. That’s what you would get out of Paul Ryan. I hope he’s serious about reconsidering it. There’s a lot of people across america who would love to see him on the ticket.”

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      • Elizabeth says:

        The only thing more nauseating is Rush going on and on about how Marco Rubio is a ‘true conservative at heart’ and how he was ‘duped’ into the Gang Of 8 deal. Or how Ted Cruz is an ‘outsider’.

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  24. JeremyR says:

    My suspicion when you high lighted the Eight states rule, and the wide field was that this was an engineered mess. The goal of the GOPe was to have zero eligible candidates at the convention and then be able to pick the loser they wanted and We the People be damned. As I see it, the splitter strategy would have resulted in a brokered convention, and whether their pick was going to be John boy Bush, or some other vermin is a big question. We’d like to think it was Bush, but is it possible thy had some one worse in mind? Maybe Rancid?

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    • Deb says:

      The brokered convention was always the goal. I don’t think Bush would have campaigned if he they hadn’t at least made him think he was the “chosen one.” Whether he really was their choice, or just a fall guy for Hillary, I don’t know. But I think Bush really thought he would win when he got in.

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  25. Bull Durham says:

    When walker stepped on the Big Stage, he showed the nation that he was not up to the calibre of President. He died swiftly. Now he is a peg of wood that they will try to place in the wheel of the locomotive called Trump.

    We judge our leaders by capacity. Walker, and Kasich, and bunch of the others who were foisted on the lineup were woefully inadequate.

    Now we see the capacity of Trump and no one measures up to him.

    Many don’t like him for ideological reasons, but they offer wholly inadequate men in his place.
    Cruz has been exposed. Kasich, Bush, Rubio, Ryan, Romney are all pathetic men of zero leadership quality with nothing remarkable in their careers. Inadequate is a kind description.

    I demand a leader who can match Trump’s accomplishments. None exist in this nation.
    I demand a man who loves this nation. I see no love of the nation in the others. They love themselves or power or both, but not America and Americans. There is no love at their “rallies”.

    Trump stands correct on all issues and forthright on all actions he will take to Make America Great.
    The others want America to make them great. Impossible.

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  26. Glen Turner says:

    “The one thing I qualify — it’s like the qualifications you see on those ads you see for car dealerships. I think any of us who comment on this election have to qualify that almost every prediction’s been off, so it’s hard to predict anything.”

    Because traditional methodology doesn’t consider what it can’t/won’t see.

    Case in point….

    Some anti-Trump moron at Breitbart wrote, “When the name recognition of both candidates is this high they (polls) are much more predictive. We are half way through the primaries. Look at the numbers. This is the time they start to mean something. It ain’t pretty and you know it.”

    The answer to that is this:

    The key thing with Trump isn’t his level of support in June 2015, or March 2016…
    …but what will it be in Nov 2016?

    General election polls are unreliable at this point because they presuppose an electoral profile similar to that of recent presidential elections. Consequently, they are substantially undercounting the impending upsurge of working-class whites who will turn out if Trump is the Republican nominee (and they’ll vote overwhelmingly for him when they do).

    The white working class is shrinking within the electorate not for reasons of changing demography. Yes, whites are not as large of a share of the population as they were back in 1980 — but newsflash: their ethnic replacements do not vote, certainly not at the levels that whites do. Being replaced in the population does not translate automatically into being replaced within the pool of voters.

    What actually happened was lower and lower turnout of the white working class over the past several decades. They were between 65-70% likely to go out and vote during the elections of 1972, ’76, and ’80, but that likelihood has been falling since then, bottoming out around 50% during the 21st century.*

    *GSS (General Social Survey) Data

    Datum #1. Republican Primary voter turn out in Missouri was 300% larger in 2016 than 2012. The GOP demographics were slightly more male than female in that primary.

    Datum #2. White males alone are seven times the combined black male and female population of the USA.

    Datum #3. High school education and below white men make up 60% of that white male demographic…and half of that 60% don’t vote.

    If Trump gets that white male 60%’s cohort’s participation rate from 50% to 75%-to-80%. He will add at least 1 & 1/2 more total votes than the entire Black voting population for Obama in 2008.

    And those whites will be, disproportionately, in the Rust Belt, New England, Mid-Atlantic states
    This is why Hillary’s campaign manager was screaming about “Trump can win with Whites” in one of his latest fundraising e-mail blasts. Even the cocooned Peg Noonan finally gets Trump:

    Trump and the Rise of the Unprotected

    “This is a terrible feature of our age—that we are governed by protected people who don’t seem to care that much about their unprotected fellow citizens.

    “And a country really can’t continue this way.

    “In wise governments the top is attentive to the realities of the lives of normal people, and careful about their anxieties. That’s more or less how America used to be. There didn’t seem to be so much distance between the top and the bottom.

    “Now is seems the attitude of the top half is: You’re on your own. Get with the program, little racist.

    “Social philosophers are always saying the underclass must re-moralize.

    “Maybe it is the overclass that must re-moralize. I don’t know if the protected see how serious this moment is, or their role in it.”

    What is it that busTED always says, something about “All hat and no cattle”?

    I say they are “Blind in one eye and can’t see out the other.”

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      “Datum #2. White males alone are seven times the combined black male and female population of the USA.”

      No one can argue with this. Except the fact that there are just about as many men as women. But besides that, there are like 7 men for every woman. Like China.

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  27. kinthenorthwest says:

    Keep telling the Cruz people it won’t be Cruz..H3LL the Kasich have already realized that the best Kasich can get is a slim to nothing chance of VP or just maybe an administration position.

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  28. Concerned in Indy says:

    Does anyone know who won the American Samoa Islands votes on Tuesday?

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  29. Katherine McCoun says:

    Want Wisconsin to win? Do your part! Signed up already? Get on the phones! 15-20 minutes a day each and we reach a lot of people. Same emails as before if you are having trouble getting connected. New link – I have not used it but is seems to be helping people connect to the campaign. They are getting more efficient with each primary!
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1asR1TRvCOiLuaSAQ6MBLLItbIRrv3CHpCmg2ONyfumA/viewform

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

      Katherine, I signed up early this afternoon but have not heard back. Does it usually take a few days? Since I’ve never done this before, do the organizers usually send out recommended talking points or do we wing it?

      I hope everyone here considers helping out in Wisconsin. It’s going to be close. We need to end this.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        I don’t know with this link. You ought to hear back and be register and then use the call program. It will have a script, talking points, etc.

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    • Thanks Katherine. I just signed up
      Trump~2016~!!!!!!

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  30. Floating says:

    Can Trump run under the banner of a new Party or as an Independent and still get votes in all states and territories in Nov?

    If so, what are the rules (deadlines, etc) to get the ball rolling on this?

    Also, if that’s not available, what are the rules on write-ins?

    I really hope his team is looking into and prepared to do something because it looks like the GOP is going for the throat on this.

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  31. Katherine McCoun says:

    Mr. Walker seems to have mistaken the popularity of his actions for popularity of himself. We liked his fight against the union, his incredible, Strong stand against the union. He was fiscally conservative which was another plus. But he had not been on the national radar long enough nor had he done enough to be considered a leader in all areas and popular period. Had he stayed true a little longer, gained more experience and stayed clear of insider DC status, maybe as he had real possibilities after fighting the teachers union. Ruined it now.

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  32. M. Mueller says:

    I have voted for Governor Walker since he ran for his first office. He is totally against abortion; which is why I started voting for him. As Governor, he has given us concealed carry, Castle law (if someone invades your home you have the right to defend it), and for the first time we have voter ID. He has spent years fighting the Democrats and courts for voter ID. My taxes have actually gone down.

    In light of all that, if he doesn’t back away from Paul Ryan (who must go down) I will vote against him next time around, even if it has to be for a democrat. We need a President Trump!

    Oh, true story. My son lived very near Walker’s house in Wauwatosa, WI. During the protests in Madison, my son would drive past Walker’s house on a weekend and see the sheriff’s van with his bodyguard inside parked across the street while the Governor of Wisconsin pushed a lawnmower around his yard. How many other Governor’s do that?

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  33. There are just some politicians that get under your skin more than others, and Walker is one of those for me. Ryan, Romney, and Cruz do too. Walker is another amnesty and TPA/TPP/TTIP RINO and owned by the typical GOPe donors.

    “Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker made another massive misstep on Monday, hiring Liz Mair of Mair Strategies to handle communications and social media for his campaign-in-waiting.”

    “Mair’s support for amnesty for illegal aliens, wide-open-borders immigration policies, and public advocacy for the Senate “Gang of Eight” amnesty bill is sure to dog Walker in Iowa, South Carolina, and other early presidential states.”

    Liz Mair is a nasty troll and Walker is a doofus for hiring her. I wouldn’t be surprised if the GOPe is paying Mair to post non stop anti Trump tweets.

    The bromance :puke:

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  34. History teaches says:

    Say what you want, but Cruz and his handlers are tenacious and will stoop to every dirty trick possible to further their ambitions. Wisconsin will be the hardest battle yet. Although he loses more than he wins, each win of his keeps him grimly determined to keep on slugging away. A loss in Wisconsin will be really significant if only to prevent him from claiming momentum. For a guy who loses so much he has more sheer gall, obnoxiosness and arrogance than even the most jaundiced politician. He has long since morphed from the “constitutional conservative” of his early persona (that fooled all the radio shills) into a nasty piece of work with no scruples or moral backbone.

    It’s a good thing that Trump is so experienced at dealing with weasels like him, and hits back where it hurts. Trump knows the personalities and weaknesses of his opponents and the techniques of deflating their pretensions. But the Cruz machine is gutless and ruthless, and need to be fought without mercy. Wisconsin could be the ball game in terms of morale and perception for the Cruzbots.

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    • My boyfriend and I both got into politics with JFK v Nixon. We agreed today that we’ve not seen anyone as wacked out as Cruz as a Pres. candidate. John Kerry was close, but not very.

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  35. Ok, something really weird is going on. All of the anti-Trump twitter accounts I normally troll around in have gone 100% silent. No Tweets for hours. Very unusual. I wonder how many of them comitted suicide or are drinking themselves into the ground.

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    • lineabirgit says:

      Maybe getting drunk cuz mom is making him go to church Friday morning?

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      • I think it may have something to do with the big Cruz adultery story.

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        • lineabirgit says:

          I bet a lot of people are just sick they voted for pervy Ted.

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        • Elizabeth says:

          I hope so. I am so sick and tired of those nasty, arrogant Cruzbots. I don’t like names but they deserve it, and they call Trump and his supporters some of the most vile things I’ve ever heard. Already I’ve noticed that some of the nice regulars who usually make conservative posts on sites like the Blaze and Twitchy have gone away, probably because they’re just turned off by it. It would be refreshing to see them disappear too, along with all of the nasty ‘conservative expert’ pundits that are hammering Trump and us.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Cyrlous that means the GOPe doesn’t know what to do.

      That is exactly what the Obama Bots would do every time Obama could not handle some normal turn in the election in 2008.

      That doesn’t mean the GOPE won’t float some trial balloons such as this crazy Walker crap in that time though.

      Remember now they do not know what to do. So they are testing and trying different things.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Might be because Trump doesn’t want to make any waves so that the party can see he is Presidential when he has his next meeting with them. He wants a smooth transition to the nomination. I hope he’s not giving up.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      There was a lull when the Edwards thing came out, so too for Hart. People are trying to develop some sort of narrative for the un-narrate-ible.

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  36. Kaiser Roll says:

    The GOPe wants to do to Trump, what Victoria Nuland did two years ago in Ukraine.

    Trump should ditch the Secret Service for his own private security, and some Spetsnaz on loan from Putin.

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  37. Beenthere says:

    Could be that Walker is trying to create noise to divert public’s attention away from Cruz affairs.

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  38. rebel53blog says:

    Walker another GOPe bright bulb that’s been dimmed & damaged.

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  39. rinokiller says:

    GREAT SCOTT!!!

    Can it be a THREE LETTER WORD?

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  40. wheatietoo says:

    So the GOPe is plotting to nullify the primary elections, nullify the debates and nullify the votes of millions of members of the Republican party…
    And they think there would be no consequences for this?

    If they do this…they will not only lose the Presidential election, but also lots of down-ticket elections too.
    They will lose the Senate and the House.

    If not in this election, then eventually…they will lose both houses of congress.
    They will also lose State Legislatures and Governors races.

    What they are plotting is political suicide on a massive scale.
    And they are too stupid and too arrogant to see it.

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    • I honestly don’t think they are too stupid or arrogant to know what will happen. I do think they are making sure they are going to be well compensated to take the GOP down as the Donors wish. Under the table cash is never taxable, so makes no difference if they gets one years worth or 20 in one lump sum.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      This is why I don’t believe they will do it. Too much money is involved here. And too many political victims will result from this including the 1 billion given to candidates.

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  41. Walker, Ryan and Priebus all cut their teeth together in the GOP. Walker and Ryan worked the Assembly together and Priebus became part of the State GOP. That’s the connection and it goes back 20+ years anyways.

    Walker had a solid reputation among the Right in WI which is how he got elected the last three times. The Left HATES him with a passion, a burning passion, even more so than they do Trump. Walker screwed himself when right after the election, he started his next campaign, pissing off everyone who fought to get him back in. Now he’s got the Left and a bunch of former backers hating him. IMO when it became obvious he wasn’t going to get anywhere, he bailed to try and salvage his job as gov. He is back doing what he did before, lots of facetime around the state. With some kind of luck, he just might rebuild what he had before. Right now he’s going forward.

    When he was running, he was supported financially by GOPe cash but governed as a Conservative. When he went into his presidential campaign, IMHO, the GOPe took over and started calling all the shots. As governor he gave the money people an improved climate toward business within the capital. That’s what they got in return which no one else was going to deliver for them. As pres, GOPe Money wasn’t going to allow or settle, which is why he appears solid in the Establishment camp. Whatever comes down the next couple weeks, expect that to be payback for cash Walker got to campaign with.

    Where Walker is in a bind is, picking one over another for endorsement is going to piss off one side or the other, and he can’t afford to piss off any more people. Well he can’t, unless Priebus already has him a cush GOPe job waiting for him in 2018. Priebus will tell him what he’s doing though and expect it to be a Cruz endorsement in return for some campaign accounts being marked PAID IN FULL!

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  42. yakmaster2 says:

    Why would Scott Walker bother endorsing anyone if, as he says,“… if it’s an open convention, it’s very likely it would be someone who’s not currently running.” Seriously?!? These asinine games being played with the electorate are infuriating. What are all our efforts and all the time and money being spent for? It’s beginning to look like a theater production for the masses and ratings for the media.
    While government leadership and paid politicos blather on about tone, they’re simultaneously telling us that the Presidential Primary poll voting and Caucuses don’t mean diddelly squat! WTH, just do away with campaigning, hold a Convention of carefully selected delegates, and anoint the Republican candidate because it’s his/her turn! Enough with the play-acting and make-believe!!

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  43. holly100 says:

    Had a robo call last night asking how favorably I viewed others not currently running. The usuals were mentioned – Romney, Ryan – and also Carl Paladino (lost to Cuomo 2010 NY gov). Surprising. Possible VP?

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  44. georgiafl says:

    The PARTY/POLITICAL CABAL want to control the nomination, election, legislation, taxation and immigration….everything!

    They do not want the people/voters/taxpayers to have any input or say-so – at all!

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  45. West Highlands says:

    The GOPe trotting out some unnamed “mystery guest” as their anointed candidate is just plain stupid and so obvious. I do not want to hear from anyone who has not held dozens of successful rallies, brought in thousands of new voters, spent many hours talking with the press, putting out all kinds of policy papers, and taken on a major amount of garbage and handled all beautifully. The only person that a fits that description is Donald J Trump. GOPe is all about retaining their cushy lifestyle and power and securing some great job after they get booted out of office.

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  46. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Even if Cruz wins in Wisconsin Trump still goes to the convention with more then he needs. Trumps base are mostly the middle class that have been hurt by the movement of production to China and the next ten states and eight of them will go to Trump. By the end of that run with West Virginia Trump will only need 100 more delegates so California will put him over the top.

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  47. rutesperanza says:

    Here’s an important question I think… In Tennessee you had two options, you could pick the candidate and then they would auto select delegates that we’re going to select your candidate of choice. I went through the whole ten pages or so and manually picked all trump delegates and paid attention to their names. My question is if you did the auto select option could the GOP Just send any of the delegate (like Jebitos) who would vote Trump in round one but were committed to Ryan etc after. They keep saying they are collecting insider delegates…well we voted for delegates so I don’t get how they do that unless they are using jebs and fiorinas delegates and using them to go as Trump delegates for the people who didn’t specify. Does anyone know specifics on this?

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    • judyw says:

      I can’t answer your question on specifics but found it interesting you had 2 options. I did not have an option for “auto-select” in Montgomery County, TN so it would be interesting to know why the difference.

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  48. We already know this. It will be Paul Ryan. Jeb or Rubio. Walker is establishment. Let’s see if he will endorse the cheater a fake Christian, the karate chopper or trump!!!!!

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  49. Amstaff says:

    Scott Walker is delusional. There will be no brokered convention. This is the new establishment fantasy.

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  50. Pepperjelly says:

    I hope Heidi doesn’t relapse and off herself in the midst of all this drama. They will blame her death on Trump:/

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