Rolling Plunder – How Scott Walker and Paul Ryan Plan To Sell Out Wisconsin, and the Voters are Oblivious…

Wise Up and Rise Up Wisconsin

♦ Governor Scott Walker likes to display his rebel side (although it’s an illusion intended to solidify Tea-Party bona fides in optics only) by riding around on a Harley Davidson motorcycle.   After all, Harley Davidson is headquartered in Wisconsin.

Well, for now at least.

♦ Wisconsin representative, now Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, also likes to tout his form of fiscal conservatism.  However, as the former Chairman of the budgetary ways and means committee, a federal budget is also an optical illusion (hasn’t been one since ’07).

♦ Representative Paul Ryan and Governor Scott Walker along with RNC Chairman Reince Preibus promote themselves as proud Wisconsin cheese-heads; “conservatives” they say.

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Well, given Paul Ryan’s full-throated endorsement and promotion for the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal (TPP), perhaps the Wisconsin working voter would like to see exactly what they have in mind for you.  Remember, each of the aforementioned has also endorsed Senator Ted Cruz – who, not coincidentally, was the co-author of the Trade Promotion Authority bill (TPA) which was the vehicle to insure TPP’s passage.

Rather than go through all of the tentacles, and difficult to understand TPP construct, let’s instead use that wonderful Scott Walker (Harley Davidson motorcycle) example to show Wisconsin voters what’s really going on.

Representative Paul Ryan and Senator Ted Cruz created the legislative vehicle for The Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership, or TPP.    The legislative vehicle for TPP is called Trade Promotion Authority, or TPA.

Both Ryan and Cruz were actually quite proud of TPA, until candidate Donald Trump made a campaign issue of the trade deal.   Senator Cruz now claims he doesn’t support TPP.

However, these trade deal constructs did not happen by accident, they were built and designed for a reason.   The wall street connections to TPP brings the presidential election race into the more broad agenda, and that’s where you find a geographical relationship which immediately connects RNC head Reince Preibus.

You see, sometimes you need to step back to see the larger picture.

The RNC/GOPe were bedfellows in 2014 along with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and its president Tom Donohue.  The U.S. CoC worked earnestly to get the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal constructed.  Donohue being the CEO in charge of the U.S. Business interests, via the Chamber, who were doing the actual trade deal negotiations.

The U.S. Chamber (Donohue) also needed a legislative path.  As a consequence the path needs legislatures as bill sponsors.  That’s where Paul Ryan and Ted Cruz come in to the picture.  Together in early 2015 they penned an Op-Ed which appeared in the Wall Street Journal, and also is available HERE.

How they actually worked in the House and Senate to get the trade vehicle, TPA, through the legislative system is quite remarkable.  FULL DETAILS HERE.

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When we say “remarkable”, we really mean it.

When it is possible to usurp the will of the people, and simultaneously position yourself as outside of the construct therein, such Machiavellian plausible deniability should at the very least be recognized as brilliant.    TPA was a brutal scheme.  TPP is devastating to the U.S.  But the way Ryan/Cruz guided TPA through the House and Senate was brilliant nonetheless.

And that is where Wisconsinites (Preibus, Ryan, Walker) align with a unity agenda within the deal itself.  A deal constructed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, that entirely benefits Wall Street.

Can you see now how the 2014 GOPe roadmap gains increased importance, and how Presidential Candidate Scott Walker became part of the entire 2016 nomination scheme?    Follow the money.  Yes, including the Ricketts money.

scott walker harleyBeyond the terrible legislation is the actual TPP trade deal itself; and beyond the TPP are the consequences to the U.S. manufacturing base and U.S. worker.

For an example of those consequences we turn to the beloved Harley Davidson.

A few years ago Harley Davidson opened a plant in Northern India, yes India.

[ Remember the Wisconsin Sikh Temple shooting – did you see those police at the CNN town hall questioning Donald Trump? ]

Coincidences are funny that way. I digress.

The Street motorcycles being sold in the U.S. will be manufactured in the Milwaukee-based company’s Kansas City facility, Wandell said. The Street bikes for international riders will be made in the company’s Bawal, India, plant that opened in 2011.

Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) currently assembles motorcycles in India and Brazil to avoid tariffs, but the parts are made in America and shipped as a kit to those countries. (link)

Harley Davidson in India?  Many die-hard hog fans were worried that Harley was going to start building their bikes out of country.  Given what happened to the auto industry can you blame them for worrying.   However, that wasn’t immediately what was happening, because Harley Davidson USA knew their bikes lived and died on the reputation of being “American Iron”, despite many of the parts made over seas.

However, India has a 100+% tariff on motorcycle imports.  When combined with other import taxes and duties it all adds up to a staggering 115% cost increase to sell a U.S. manufactured Harley in India.

India also has a population over a billion people.  A very large market!  But selling an expensive bike in a poor country with a 100+% import tariff makes the market virtually untouchable.  Unless…

….“We can make (the price) more attractive in those markets by building over there,” Blankenheim said

To work around the problem, and simultaneously set themselves up for future market opportunities, Harley Davidson built a plant in India.    If the Harley is built in India it can be sold in India for less than half the price of building in the U.S. and importing it.

However, the future opportunities angle stems from India not only building their own Harleys, but also manufacturing most of the Harley’s sold on the international market as well.  Build here and export from the U.S. and you find a big tariff at the destination; but build in India and export from India and the tariffs are avoided upon arrival.

How does this help the U.S. manufacturing of Harley Davidson?  How does this help jobs here in the U.S.?  How does this help the U.S. factory worker?

It doesn’t.

But the corporate side (Wall Street / NYSE “HOG”) books of Harley Davidson look great.

See how that works?

In essence, Harley USA will build Harley’s for the USA (disclaimer: “for now”), and Harely in India will build for most the rest of the world.   They are still in the working-out-the-kinks-process part of the global plan, but it is a plan being executed.

So you might ask if India, with a billion citizen market, charges a 100% tariff on U.S. manufactured product, well, what’s the tariff the USA charges to import a motorcycle here from say, Japan?

Well, that would be 2.4%.

Yes, a measly 2.4%

But, wait, it gets better – that is going away too:

America will remove a tariff levied on Japanese motorcycles with engine displacements of over 700cc under the recently announced Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact (TPP), which includes Australia and covers 40 percent of the global economy.

The 2.4 percent duty will be eliminated five years after the multilateral trade deal takes effect, which should, in theory, reduce the price of motorcycles in the over 700cc space in America, placing the imported fare on the same level playing field as home-grown marques like Harley-Davidson, Indian and Victory. Those marques mainly focus on bikes with engine capacities of more than 700cc.

America currently imposes no tariff on imported motorbikes with engines of 700cc or lower (link)

Are you seeing the problem yet?

If the U.S. export of a Harley Davidson incurs an import tariff at the destination (say China 30%, or Vietnam 40%), but the same tariff does not apply when the import arrives from India, what nation do you think will be manufacturing the Harley Davidson motorcycles which appear in China?

TPP trade 2Meanwhile, the U.S. unilaterally disarms in the import tariff battle, and drops all import tariffs on the foreign motorcycles which will directly compete with those very same remaining Harley Davidson motorcycles which ARE made in the U.S.A.

Do you remember the Wisconsin Radio Host Charlie Sykes interview of Donald Trump when Sykes climbed atop his high horse and so “righteously” told Trump that Wisconsin is an Import-Export state, and tariffs hurt their economy? etc. etc. etc.

How does that Sykes gibberish look against this example now?

We are only using Harley Davidson as a representative example based on geography (Wisconsin).  This horrific Trade Deal applies nation wide in all areas of manufacturing, import and export.

Scott Walker will be fine, he’ll probably end up on Wall Street.  Speaker of the House Paul Ryan will be fine, he’ll lock in a multi-million lobbying contract.  Reince Preibus will be fine, he’s already got a rolodex filled with Global Bankers and High Financiers.

It’s the ordinary middle-class Wisconsin cheese-head voter who will be impacted.

Are they foolish enough to be co-dependents to their own financial demise?

I guess we’ll find out….

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Reference Notes – If you want to compare trade tariffs, examples as shared, on these motorcycles imports and exports you can go HERE to the duty calculator and select engines > 970cc (the first three duty comparison checks are free – after that the website charges for use).

Next time you are in a grocery store, pick up a package of Nabisco Fig Newtons, look at the small wording next to the ingredients and you will see “made in mexico”.  It’s the same poor trade deals that are creating the same outcomes.

¹/Also, Hat Tip to “SEVENTHNDR for sourcing.

²/How Ted Cruz and Paul Ryan hoodwinked America HERE

³/Senator  Jeff Sessions discusses TPP HERE and Audio HERE

Just a Reminder, this is an insurgency. – The modern enemy of Wall Street is Main Street vulgarians. The current enemy of the RNC/GOPe is not Democrats, it’s Grassroots Conservatives; Common Sense Conservatives; more vulgarians.

The Republican Party, and the Republican media apparatus, view us as their enemy. We are the enemy they need to protect themselves from:

In 2014, the RNC approved selection rules that govern how each state’s delegates are portioned out from the primaries. Under one of the changes, states holding their primaries between March 1 and March 14 will have their delegates doled out proportionately with election results, a change that will likely stymie a movement candidate.

States that have primaries on or after March 15 will be winner-take-all states.

That’s important because another RNC rule change requires that a candidate must win a majority of delegates in eight or more states before his or her name may be presented for nomination at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

With 18 GOP presidential candidates, for now, it will be that much harder for any candidate to win a majority in any state, let alone eight. (Article July 2015)

GOP-versus-Tea-PartyNow, ask yourself, why would the RNC want to “stymie a movement candidate“? Who exactly does that benefit? Obviously, the “non-movement” candidate, ie “the turtle“.

Isn’t the entire reason for campaigning in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina etc. to make a movement/momentum?

In addition Rule #40 changed in 2014 from previously five needed state wins, to a newer threshold of eight (8):

Officially, it’s Rule 40 in the RNC handbook and it states that any candidate for president “shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight (8) or more states” before their name is presented for nomination at the national convention. (article March 2014)

Again, ask yourself who does this benefit? A candidate can win seven states outright, and still not have their name presented for nomination?

These rules were made/affirmed in 2014 – Who or what exactly was the GOP concerned about blocking in 2016 that would necessitate such rules? When combined with other rule changes you can clearly identify a consolidation of power within the RNC apparatus intentionally constructed to stop the candidate of the GRASSROOTS from achieving victory.

It’s all part of their GOPe Roadmap.

♦ Reference and Resources – (links to internal MSM references are contained within prior outlines): RNC Rule Changes RNC Rule Battles

  1. Following The Money
  2. The GOPe Roadmap
  3. ♦ The Roles of The Players – “The Splitters
  4. ♦ How each candidate is aligned in the Roadmap
  5. ♦ Arrow #1 Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel
  6. ♦ Arrow #2 Trump Hits Bush – Inside The Wall Street Fortress
  7. ♦ Arrow #3 Trump Cuts Off Rubio/Bush switch – The GOPe Switch
  8. ♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac
  9. ♦ Jeb Bush Super-Pac Will immediately spend $10 Million
  10. ♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC
  11. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)
  12. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)
  13. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)
  14. ♦ How To Defeat the GOPe Road Map
  15. ♦ Current Polling Exposes – the Ohio, Florida, Texas, Virginia, New York Splitters
  16. ♦ Florida Polling Exposes – Donald Trump defeating Jeb’s Florida Strategy
  17. ♦ Rush Limbaugh Discusses/AffirmsThe “splitter strategy”
  18. ♦ The Biden Paradox – Trump Winning Means Clinton Must Be Removed
  19. ♦ Salem Media Communications (GOPe Media Arm) Launches Attack
  20. ♦ Open Letter To GOPe – The Conservative Frustration
  21. ♦ Why The GOPe Will Never Stop Attacking Donald Trump
  22. ♦ Trump indicates he is well aware of the GOP Mississippi Trickery 2014
  23. ♦ GOPe (Stuart Stevens and Henry Barbour) recruit for a Mississippi style takedown
  24. ♦ Chris Christie Joins the insurgency – Christie Endorsement
  25. ♦ The Demonization of Donald Trump Begins – The Racial Onslaught Miss ’14 Redux
  26. ♦ Ben Carson Drops Out – Manipulators of his Campaign Exposed
  27. ♦ Mitt Romney admits the GOPe Road Map and Splitter Strategy
  28. Senator Ted Cruz and the Fallacy of False Choices

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497 Responses to Rolling Plunder – How Scott Walker and Paul Ryan Plan To Sell Out Wisconsin, and the Voters are Oblivious…

  1. georgiafl says:


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  2. rumpole2 says:

    I tuned in to Fox News (silly me) to see the incessant chatter about politics… I see a guy.. GOPe spokesman really pushing the “Brokered Convention… Paul Ryan nominee” thing.
    Talked of “Getting PAST the current nonsense” and ..”then working towards the November election”

    so … all the elections, and vulgarians thinking they are picking a candidate is … “Nonsense”

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  3. SeekerOfTruth says:

    Just trying to fight back on local Milwaukee news online sites. Calling some stories out for heavy biased reporting and I presented alternate views and supports for this different view on the situations.

    Posted a number of comments yesterday. Checked back today and all my comments have been deleted from all sites when I tried to post an alternate view to their heavy biased reporting.

    These sites do not have many comments so it is easy for a moderator to go in and delete any comments they do not like. Others have made note and commented on their comments being deleted.

    So in Milwaukee, if you are a Trump supporter very likely your comments will be deleted from the local news web sites. All the local main news are all run by and staffed by liberals.

    This really is a fascist war of controlled words and controlled public speech.

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    • KBR says:

      It will get worse before it gets better. It’s too close to the GE for any more “reasonably friendly” media. They all will go for the beast.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Mao's Noodle says:

      It is more totalitarian than fash. More akin to early Red revolutionary administrations. Controlled speech as “political correctness” and “hate speech” distributed by MSM and MS academia is the precursor to speech criminalized by legislated force (ie the law). From there, gun control is in their sights and from there full blown mass illegal and legal immigration to overwhelm countries so they fall, such are our times.

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    • Just curious, If you were to post links only to a video or to a another website link to a page with similar comments only. With something like, I really agree with this take on Cruz etc. generic, but the moderator may be a liberal and stupid enough to egotistically fill in the gaps so he thinks it sounds positive and does not check it out and so it will stay up until someone complains and “spills the beans”


    • Charlie says:

      It’s communism lad, not fascism. People really need to learn what these words mean, and realize that your knee jerk reaction to equate anything totalitarian with fascism comes from the same people and institutions who are making many Americans have the same knee jerk reaction to Trump, your playing right into their hands by making fascism the evil boogie man.


  4. whirlwinder says:

    One aspect of this trade deal. If Cruz becomes President and his Global initiative is fruitful, our southern border will be pushed back to southern Mexico. A huge container port will be built on the Mexican Pacific coast. Containers will be sent via a super transport system to Kansas City. Thus, our container ports on the West Coast, East Coast, and Gulf Coast will dry up. How about that for American jobs drying up!

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  5. pam says:

    Disgraceful and Non American, shame on them!


  6. georgiafl says:

    Things must not be going to well at the Cruz Women’s thing with Heidi, Carly and Eleanor:

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Howie says:

    The Four Horsemen of The Klepocalypse. Prebis, Ryno, Rumney and Walker. No thanks.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Howie says:

    Is Kasich a Democrat?

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Joe P says:

    I just wanted to throw a positive comment out here. Trump’s rise had made me very proud of our country. Four years ago, the nominee, Mittens, basically said that half of the people in our country are lazy deadbeats. That really worried me at the time and I began to wonder how we could survive as a country if it were true.

    With Trump’s rise, it’s obvious that people want jobs, they want to work, they want to provide for their families and contribute to society. People have been put in an impossible situation where they have to compete against workers with a 3rd world standard of living. I believe that Trump can level the playing field, bring our jobs back and restore dignity to millions of Americans.

    Trump has faced far more adversity then anyone presidential candidate in history. Has he made missteps? Of course. Does he get back out there everyday and face it head on? Amazingly, yes! His work ethic and persistence has to be admired, even by those who dislike him. This man is a true leader and I am proud to support him. Trump 2016!

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  10. rumpole2 says:


    Carl Rove STILL doing “the math” on Fox … the numbers have not changed really in 2 weeks…. he is STILL using WRONG numbers.. (low number for Trump).. he of all people must KNOW what the real numbers are.. this stuff his supposed to be his specialty.. the reason for his daft white-board. He is spinning a narrative… Trump not gonna get 1237… yet more preparation for imposing a Contested Convention.

    My “Math”

    485 Delegates required

    (482 at a pinch)


  11. They can do that now without moving the border. The Transamerica union or something like that. Mexican licensed truck drivers crossing the border and working no problemo senior.

    Also not so sure I follow the economics of how the ports on all the other locations works. Bulk transport to the closest location for distribution is the most economical. Now that means trucks out of the ports you propose

    Rail line would have to built and multiple lines to hand that volume of cargo.


  12. New PPP WI poll, 3/28-3/29, has Cruz only up by 1 point. link:


  13. Barry Odinga says:

    I received several emails from asking me a contribution for Ted Cruz. I’m little confused here,is still Lying Ted considered a Tea Party guy or this TP branch has been hijacked buy the anti trump movement? I’m telling you this because I don’t consider Cruz a TP guy anymore specially with all the RINO endorsements that he has received. I had great regards of him in the past but after seen all that I have seen that regard is gone now.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Barry O, I stopped participating with TeaPartyPatriots when I found out Jenny Beth is drawing $400,000.00/yr salary from TPPatriots.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Barry Odinga says:

        Corruption everywhere we look. That’s sad.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          I know. And I also know that Jenny Beth started the thing, etc. etc. BUT, there is a constant droll for donations, and she has done a lot of great stuff, but come on…that salary is a bit excessive {sarc} After awhile, it becomes more like a big payroll to meet, and less like a “patriot movement.” (Even the number of “protests” they used to do, etc has dropped)

          Now, I looked at their books about 2 1/2 to 3 yrs ago. Things could’ve have changed. But then they haven’t done their homework, and have come full-throated for Cruz. Now, they are “partisan” to me. They should’ve chosen to stay neutral until the general election.

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  14. Pam says:

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    • ZZZ says:

      is there ever a pic of Ryan when he isn’t throwing his head back in laughter…it’s kind of annoying given the seriousness of all this…or is it irony?

      I guess I am just sick of his face as of late…

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      • TheFightingMan says:

        It’s easy to be sick of Ryan’s mug, ZZZ, my friend. Guess Ryan’s prize fighter career was less than successful, judging from the state of his bulbous nose (sort of the same degree of shapelessness as Cruz’s schnoz, come to think of it.) I would like to have been ‘that kid’ who wholloped these little crybully cr*pweasels on the playground and permanently rearranged each one’s proboscis.


  15. John22 says:

    Funny it takes PPP to show the push polling the establishment did with Marquette purposely oversampling the Milwaukee area.

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  16. Was in the car so I decided to listen to Rush. Got through about 3 minutes of his ridiculous and insulting gaslighting before I had to turn it off. He kept speaking of WI in past tense terms, as though Cruz had already won. He was harping on the Marquist poll without mentioning the absurd 7+% MoE.

    None of this would bother me too much except it feels like they’re setting up the steal. We shall see, of course. Praying for Trump that he overcomes this nonsense.

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    • Howie says:

      El Fatso. High paid shill. Dump that chump.

      Liked by 2 people

    • paulraven1 says:

      I’m beginning to feel like a character in horror/sci fi film, something along the lines of Invasion of the Body Snatchers. One by one we see people we thought we knew reveal themselves as establishment “pod people.” The entire world seems to have been masquerading. I keep thinking of the final scene in the remake when Donald Sutherland sees his last remaining friend and then she points her arm at him and utters that horrible, ululating screech.

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      • LOL yeah exactly! I’ve been listening to Rush, Hannity, Savage, and Levin for years! I always wondered why it was that they talked such a good game and yet nothing they said ever changed anything.

        Of course, now I realize that it was never supposed to change anything. In fact, it was always intended to prevent change by keeping us all fat, dumb, and happy.

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  17. Bull Durham says:

    Corey saved Ms. Fields from Secret Service action.

    If he had not blocked her from crowding, bumping, grabbing and forcing herself at Trump, she might very well have been knocked away, seized, arrested by Secret Service. Certainly, she was physically challenging the protective circle at point where another SS man might have acted. Because Corey did, that man or one behind did not have to.

    I don’t know why she was allowed to press into and grab Trump twice, but it was bad SS work at that very moment of three or four seconds.

    Fields was totally out of protocol for any press, no other press was doing anything like it, and only the WaPo guy who was writing about such incidents was there, too.

    Interesting when you look at the incident.

    Sadly, Trump would never have ruined her life by filing charges or making an incident that would have cost her a career.

    Yet, a good deed, a good heart gets you nothing in this world. No good deed goes unpunished.

    Fields’ press credentials should be rejected anywhere in politics.
    She should go to work as an escort since her career as an adult has always used her body for what little progress she has made in the world. As an escort she is excellent eye candy, and she will be paid large sums for being fondled and abused for real.

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  18. georgiafl says:

    Cruz is seeking funds to pay off Scott Walker’s campaign debt –

    Is this how one gets a fellow politician’s endorsement?

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  19. rumpole2 says:

    Just saw a clip of Bill Clinton speech.. lamenting that Hillary had to endure 8 hearings on Benghazi. As in…. SHE was the victim…

    Is Bill serious? will daft NY Democrat voters buy this?

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  20. Howie says:

    I hope Trump is telling the stinking GOP to dust off. Now is the time to dump the chumps and start his Indie run.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      No. An indie run possibility was a year ago, and would have required 150 million up front, and 200 million to run. A third party has never been the path to victory which is the only goal.

      The easiest route would be take over the weakest party. He took that route.

      Problem has been, Trump is a lone operator. He needed a group of advisers to plan a less organic campaign in strategic moments.

      Iowa was clearly a good run. Could have been better. Might have been stolen, so we will never know. If he won that, it all would be different. Cruz would be out by now.

      Ohio was key. It has led to what we have now.

      Wisconsin was ignored because until the last three weeks Cruz had no RINO backing.
      Once it shifted, Wisconsin looks bad.

      And from here on, Trump must become absolutely ruthless to get and hold every delegate.

      So, his strengths are also his weaknesses.

      But he is one friggin’ magnificent Lion and I expect to see him devour some weak members of the pride.

      Never give up. 1237. America First. Make America Great Again.

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      • amillionreasons says:

        Great analysis.

        I think because of Trump’s miscalculations in these key states he’ll have to make a “deal with the devil” an make one of these guys Kasich, Rubio, Cruz his VP. I predict Cruz.

        I think his Manaford hire will save the nomination for him as far as organization/convention fight is concerned.

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        • Shamus says:

          I doubt Cruz too much venom. The sleeper deal would be Rubio, but not for VP. He still has 172 delegates, he’s done in FL. Trump hit him, but not too bad. Rubio needs a job, and Trump may need delegates. Make Marco ambassador to somewhere, he has 4 kids and debt. I don’t like Rubio and don’t want him in any cabinet position but a wink and a smile for the delegates I could live with.


        • maxx power says:

          I don’t think Trump will cave & accept one of those 3, certainly not fornicaTed or foamboy. I also don’t think the 1237 is crucial either. As long as he has the most delegates, he can demand the nomination. The GOPe knows full well at this point if Trump isn’t the nominee, all hell is gonna rain down on them & it won’t be pretty. They cannot nominate someone who has at least 5 mistresses, or a clown who only won one state, or a Chippendales wannabe, or bring in any ringer. Romney didn’t get 1237 in 2012.


        • Glenn K Jr Fannin says:

          Hope it is not Cruz. I am a Trump supporter but I can not vote for a natural born Canadian citizen for either POTUS or VICE POTUS. I would have to vote Hillary to block even though I think she would be terrible. I have to put the Constitution before my party affiliation. Could go with any of the other Republican candidates.


      • maxx power says:

        I agree. That steal in Ohio was a must win for the GOPe. Now, Trump must win NY & PA.


    • Riddick says:

      Absolutely NOT the time. Yet. Only when he gets past the 1237 mark, already having the 8 states, and only AFTER GOPe still refuses to nominate him.

      Dropping out of primaries now will only work along the GOPe narrative that Trump is not a Republican. Destroying their only way out, Felito, prior to convention is the only way forward. Show GOPe they have no real candidate outside of Trump. Let GOPe make first move, and only then do what you need to.

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    • Nope. The Republican party is a party of the people not the elites. I am going to work to take it back. Trump can win this thing.

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      • Bull Durham says:

        When Trump wins, it will be rebranded the Patriots Party. All Establishment will be jailed or running for their lives in Paraguay or some distant corrupt paradise.

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  21. DJF says:

    Even if there were time, Indie runs cannot work for anyone due to the way the USA political system is structured. Too many different requirements in the various states. I agree with Bull Durham, DT has to be ruthless in holding his delegates, or game over for all 3 of the current candidates.

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  22. Bull Durham says:

    Good tight new poll out from Public Policy shows Cruz one point ahead of Trump. With indications that if Kasich people shift, the spread for Cruz could grow. Cruz has very solid backing, as enthusiastic as Trump. So he won’t slide. Trump needs to hold ground. Campaign has to do its job and I recommend he go on the air with his top issues and spokespeople and voices of the People.

    Pound it and hold the margin. It will deny Cruz a victory that is decisive.

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    • This poll has much inexplicable data. take another look. Trump likely doing much better

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      • John22 says:

        Do you think the PPP poll is a little light on Indies like me?

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      • amillionreasons says:

        We have three polls showing Cruz ahead. It’s becoming a trend. I believe they’re probably weighted toward Cruz to a degree but we have enough data I believe Cruz is winning. It won’t matter. though. NY will re-calibrate the race in a couple weeks. RNC knows that. They’re just talking a good game right now.

        Deciding all polls are skewed (like Romney 2012) is never a good idea. It’s one thing like the national Fox poll with Cruz within 3 of Trump and all the other polls show a 15 pt spread. Then, yes, I’m confident Fox national poll is an agenda poll. But when you have a bunch of polls showing one trend, them being agenda polls is much less likely. Though there were all those polls showing Trump only winning FL by 5 and he won by about 20 pts. We won’t know until Tuesday.


    • amillionreasons says:

      Great! We are fortunate Dem race is close. Will prevent crossover operation chaos Dem votes for Cruz.


    • Riddick says:

      Read Mitchell’s rather very well done analysis. PPP poll is just so full of huge question marks its very difficult to take it seriously. Page back to see all issues with it.


    • maxx power says:

      What happened to the Optimus poll showing Trump @ 29, the mailman’s son @ 27 & cheaTed @ 25 ?

      Liked by 1 person

  23. IMO says:

    Donald J. Trump on Twitter: “Just had a very nice meeting with @Reince Priebus and the @GOP. Looking forward to bringing the Party together — and it will happen!”

    I wish I were a fly on the wall.

    Liked by 5 people

    • ZZZ says:

      Interesting to say the least…

      Liked by 1 person

    • IMO says:

      Competent Leadership

      Liked by 1 person

    • Yeah, Trump seems quite confident. He seems like someone who knows he is going to win. Let’s hope this is right!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Riddick says:

      “So, Reince, someone sent me this rather hefty tome of your past misdeeds, I am sure others may have same in their hands by now. I have not read it yet, way too busy for now, but do YOU think there might be something in there about you and Ryan, your past and present, that public and voters would be really interested in? Don’t rush with an answer, think about it first… Yeah?… Thought so… No more scandals exposed in NE, sexual of other in nature, GOP doesn’t need them and won’t survive them… So, we have a path forward, UNITED, for the common good of the country? Great! Glad we see eye to eye…”

      Liked by 1 person

    • maxx power says:

      I bet rince & repeat called the meeting, not Trump. This is the second time this has happened. Man, I wanna know what was discussed.

      Liked by 1 person

  24. Americans Matter says:

    I’m not sure why folks are so apprehensive and panicky here. I realize there are Cruz infiltrators and such — but issues like the trade agreements, and borders are not going away, and they have always been key. And, terrorism resets the dialogue. And Trump is the genuine article and frankly, no one comes close.

    Some of the folks here need to absorb the resolve and resilience of Trump.

    Let me remind you that this is a man that I watched, as did you, quite ridiculed by Obama at the White House correspondents dinner. He came all the way back, and then some. He is leading and with quite a broad base of support. Everyone knows that Cruz support by the establishment is just an effort to get Ryan in as the nominee (or Romney or Rubio). Cruz can not get the nomination, as he will be a mathematical impossibility soon enough. He is simply spoiling for leverage.

    It will take a lot more to break Trump, if at all. We support him because of his positions on issues and because of his clarity on our litmus test voting issues. Everything else is embellished to undermine our resolve. All of it. Don’t fall for the contrived manipulation that extends into the discussion. Do what Trump does. Hit back proud and hard. Laugh off the trolls and get ’em out!

    Liked by 4 people

    • amillionreasons says:

      I believe Trump will get the nomination, but we’re not there yet so people are edgy 🙂 Unfortunately, I’m not sure our win we’ll be as decisive as we’d like to give us a real mandate. Though, we’re not out of the weeds yet. Establishment still has some cards to play and a chance to win (though far less than our side winning).

      Liked by 2 people

      • maxx power says:

        I think our enemy can make it close via dirty tricks & fraud, but I do have great faith in Trump. If anyone on the planet can handle these pukes it’s Trump. The enemy are lightweights compared to the sharks that Trump deals with everyday. We will get our mandate on November 8th.


    • I’m not nervous about Trump winning in reality, I’m concerned about theft and fraud.

      Liked by 1 person

  25. Americans Matter says:

    I’m not sure why folks are so apprehensive and panicky here. I realize there are Cruz infiltrators and such — but issues like the trade agreements, and borders are not going away, and they have always been key. And, terrorism resets the dialogue. And Trump is the genuine article and frankly, no one comes close.

    Some of the folks here need to absorb the resolve and resilience of Trump.

    Let me remind you that this is a man that I watched, as did you, quite ridiculed by Obama at the White House correspondents dinner. He came all the way back, and then some. He is leading and with quite a broad base of support. Everyone knows that Cruz support by the establishment is just an effort to get Ryan in as the nominee (or Romney or Rubio). Cruz can not get the nomination, as he will be a mathematical impossibility soon enough. He is simply spoiling for leverage.

    It will take a lot more to break Trump, if at all. We support him because of his positions on issues and because of his clarity on our litmus test voting issues. Everything else is embellished to undermine our resolve. All of it. Don’t fall for the contrived manipulation that extends into the discussion. Do what Trump does. Hit back proud and hard. Laugh off the trolls and get ’em out!

    Liked by 4 people

  26. Eric Kennedy says:

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  27. seventhndr says:

    Another interesting factoid I saw today was an article I found that talked about Harley’s challenges due to currency manipulation. Now, I don’t think the author of the article realized that was what they were describing, but its there nonetheless.

    This is all particularly relevant to YOU WISCONSIN!! Please take the Red Pill. Thanks!

    Meanwhile, Harley-Davidson announced yesterday that its first-quarter sales were down 1.3 percent and it is cutting production in the second quarter. Harley-Davidson stock quickly dropped about 9 percent on the news…

    …But the real reason that Harley-Davidson executives kept coming back to in their report was something most U.S. consumers probably don’t consider: the currency exchange rate. If you don’t travel abroad or work for a multinational corporation, you may not even be aware of currency fluctuations, but the fact is, the dollar has been on a tear. Nearly a year ago, it took about $1.40 to buy a euro. Today, it takes $1.08. In the same time, $1 went from buying 101 Japanese yen to being worth 120.

    Since Harley’s main competitors are Japanese and European companies, the falling value of the yen and euro is a headwind for Harley-Davidson. It makes the U.S.-made bikes more expensive in other countries (28.8 percent of Harley’s sales in the first quarter) and lets Japanese and European makers discount the bikes they sell in the United States without taking as big a hit.

    Both of those sides of the exchange rate issue hit Harley, said President and Chief Executive Officer Keith Wandell, who is retiring May 1 after six years leading the company. Harley-Davidson sales were down 5.6 percent in the Europe-Middle East-Africa region, and Japanese competitors were taking advantage of the weak yen to discount competing models in the United States.

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  28. SeekerOfTruth says:

    Meet Paul Nehlen, the Business Executive Aiming to Knock Off Paul Ryan

    twitter feed for #DumpRyan


  29. TexasDude says:

    For what it’s worth … RCP Avg … New York (Trump 54, Kasich 16, Cruz 15), Penn (Trump 35, Kasich 20, Cruz 19), Cali (Trump 34, Cruz 26, Kasic 16)


    • Expect those numbers to magically “tighten” as the actual election day draws near for each state. They’ll start polling cartoon characters and dead people if they have to in order to get the topline result they want.


  30. tim glave says:

    I used to read all those other sites. Now I’m pretty much down to one. Thank you Sundance and all you greeters for actually keeping it real. Trump 2016 because he’s for real.

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  31. tim glave says:

    I used to read all those other sites. Now I’m pretty much down to one. Thank you Sundance and all you treepers for actually keeping it real. Trump 2016 because he’s for real.


  32. Curry Worsham says:

    If it turns out close like the new PPP poll, Trump could leave Wisconsin with minimal damage, even if Cruz wins the state. Wisconsin is WTA by congressional district.


  33. ZZZ says:

    Steve Quayle linked to this article.
    Spread the truth.


  34. Pam says:


  35. Pam says:


  36. Fay says:

    So when Scott, Paul, get through selling out Wisconsin and Rommey and The rest of those who think they are running the GOP might think again , you are not, the people vote , yes there is a lot of dead people and the DNC love the Illegal votes but when push comes to serve we the people will win this war, “The Majority Always Wins.If not we can always start our own party.


  37. Beano McReano says:

    Americans being betrayed and SOLD out by the RUBBISH up there.


  38. entagor says:

    I want to pass on some thought on the uncomfortable subject, just my opinion

    The Trump abortion comment was interesting because everyone knows that although Trump dislikes abortion, he is not an anti abortion activist.

    Whenever Trump drops a shocker, the MSM spends the whole news cycle denouncing the outrage. It’s about one week before the public tunes out. For instance, the Cruz wife shocker is now boring people and not sticking like they hoped. Whodda guessed

    Outrage doesn’t work unless they put Trump on camera for a show trial. This free face time is where Trump works dialogue and invariably reveals a decent trustworthy non politician,

    03-29-16 Scott Walker endorses Cruz. I believe the wive picture news cycle was to be played as the ‘last straw’ that forces, forces Walker to back Cruz just before the Wisconsin primary.

    Wisconsin WTM, open
    Penn P, WTA, closed

    Trump may have guestimated the endorsement was going to come considering how they were timing the picture scandal for Wisconsin. So it is interesting Trump blurts out a deep felt pro life ‘faux pas’

    Trump ruined the original play book

    <blockquote.It has been said that the ideal Pennsylvania candidate is a gun-supporting, pro-life, dynastic Democrat, similar to current senator Bob Casey.</blockquote.

    But Trump has zero history picketing abortion clinics. In fact, he behaves like a NY liberal on the issue, not imposing on women. But he has consistently stated he disliked abortion. I suspect as Trump takes the 3rd degree on this, for about 1 week’s news cycle, we will find he was simply spilling his gut feelings on live birth infanticide and late term brain harvesting.

    Just my opinion. The main way Trump communicate is to seize the news cycle and submit himself to the 3rd degree. The MSM cannot ignore him


  39. cmsuz816 says:

    Really eye opening

    Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device


  40. Judy Romine says:

    I am truly totally ashamed of the Republican Party. If “THEY” decide then WHY do we vote
    Like a bunch of spoiled rich entitled brats.


  41. k. Engle says:

    another fine example of they dont work for us we work for them.


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  43. rockey2016 says:

    TPP are all in bed together lying ted ,Scott Walker, Paul Ryan ,Obama, Rubio Mario they’re all in bed together, and they’re going to all open up the borders and ,China bringing more s*** in Mexico bring in more Nabisco Ford is going to Mexico to steal to build cars and then they want to sell them back to us ,or we say hell no to all of y’all y’all open up the borders and let all this s*** come in to take our jobs you take our homes you take our health-care you take our lives now you want to take our freedom and our land not going to happen we are going to stand up against all of you lying son of a b****** and if anyone has any sense they will stop Ted Cruz Paul Ryan Scott Walker Obama all of them were in bed together like Donald Trump said if you want to save our country then you need to get out and vote for Donald Trump 100% no thinking about it just do it because of Lionhead has been lying all this time along with Rubio along with Chris Scott Walker along with Obama and everyone else on TPP it’s time we shut their asses down and take back our country and our jobs our livelihood our life our land USA we need to stand up together now our time is running out it’s time to stop all these Crooks take our country back


  44. Holly Lebeck says:

    Libertarian Jason Lebeck 2016 is vying for the US House seat speaker Ryan currently holds, here in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional district. Help vote out the speaker this November!
    Mr. Lebeck understands the Constitution and will vote to keep the federal government within its bounds. He will work with a president who does the same.
    See if your values match, then “Like” and Share please!

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