Mitt Romney Identified As Primary Agent Attempting To Construct Third Party Bid…

Most people who understand the UniParty are the same people who railed against the Mitt Romney candidacy in 2012.  Mitt Romney, George Bush, Jeb, same-same-same.  So it should come as no surprise the enemy of Mitt Romney’s GOPe/UniParty effort, is actually us.

The reality is, if it wasn’t due to the Romney election machinations in 2012, we would never have been motivated to discover the origin of the networks which created the scheme.  Both 2011/2012 and 2015/2016 schemes were essentially the same.

In my own personal estimation, I believe Donald Trump knew this exact same construct. Trump knew the ruse, he saw it duplicating itself again, and frustrated he simply said ‘enough’…

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(Via Washington Examiner)  Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., who has staked out a leading role as a Donald Trump critic, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich are the top prospects being courted to run as an independent candidate against Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Mitt Romney, the Republican’s 2012 presidential nominee, is among a group of Republicans actively leading the independent candidate effort, according to a Washington Post report. Sources tell the Post Romney has personally reached out to both men in recent days.

Earlier options for an independent candidate included former Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., and retired Marine Corps. Gen. James N. Mattis. Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and retired Army Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal were also listed as possible candidates.

“The governor is not entertaining nor will he run as an independent,” Kasich’s spokesman Chris Schrimpf said. Kasich shut down his quest for the Republican nomination earlier this month after Trump won the Indiana primary.  (read more)

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404 Responses to Mitt Romney Identified As Primary Agent Attempting To Construct Third Party Bid…

  1. CertifiedUnicornTamer says:

    Is this for real?!! Lol!
    Mitt Romney had to go through all kinds of likeability training; TRAINING, To-Be-Remotely-Considered-Likeable, in 2012. How could anyone think this is rational at this point?
    I kind of hope he makes a play for it, though. Mr. Trump would have fun with that.

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    • Peg_C says:

      His ilk just does not comprehend repudiation. We just have to keep pounding it into their heads with sharp tools!

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      • Angry Dumbo says:

        Its all about cronyism, patronage, call it what you will. Sasse is an excellent example. He is a lifelong insider being promoted as a “fresh” face. He is pedigreed, degrees from all the right schools, so that we are not to argue with him.

        Let them come out against Trump. Better to know the enemy and fight in the open, than to have them sniping “friendly fire” at you from behind.

        The PR bailout is going to play big before this is over.

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        • Remington says:

          ‘Ever notice how many of these DC imbeciles like sasse have haarrvard on their resume? I think when Donald takes the helm, he may want to use the RICO statutes to close this stinking place down. The pain is exceeding the pleasure in terms of graduates polluting our landscape….

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          • Betty says:

            At the very least make Harvard pay back all the tax payer money and tax breaks they received by going along with the fake Indian’s resume.

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          • The very best thing that could happen under a Trump administration, would be to shine a spotlight on how the forces of darkness perch like vultures around the Ivy League and other top schools, snatching the fresh meat into their dens of iniquity. Our schools are so thoroughly infiltrated and compromised, by so many bad actors, there is little chance for honest young people to make it through the system back into society, without some kind of ankle bracelet or RFID implant from the bad guys and girls. The fact that young people THINK they are skating through untouched, shows how effective the compromise actually is.

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          • kellymoncus says:

            Harvard, Yale and Princeton need not apply for consideration of the Trump Administration.

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            • Remington says:

              It would take a four dimensional matrix to record all the crooks and creep…thugs and slugs graduated by the …ivy league..

              Get them out !!! OUT!!!!

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      • lubyankafh says:

        …And Very Big Hammers!

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  2. GuerillaPatriot says:

    I dunno if Rupert Murdoch is behind this so much as the Bush / Romney family alliance. The Bush family is royally pissed over what Trump has done. The GOP was “their” party, and unless Hillary wins, the Bushes will be kicked out of the Republican party for good.

    So its no surprise that Romney is trying to split the Republican vote to help Hillary. He’s acting on behalf of himself (Puerto Rico bailout) and the Bushes to keep their places at the trough. They don’t give a damn about America, its all about money and power. Disgusting little crapweasels, all of them.

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    • sarrask says:

      Is there a link to something that shows how much Romney and others benefits from doing the Puerto Rico bailout? I’ve seen commercials on TV about retired little ladies being hurt, but I thought that commercial was urging the blockage of the bailout, so not sure how that links.

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    • Sandhill says:

      Your right about these people not caring about what happens to America. I heard back during W’s 2nd term that he was cussing our Constitution because it stood in the way of his agenda. I passed it off as some loony talk. Not any more. these globalist hate America,it’s citizens, our Constitution, the middle class and small businesses. They have made sure America is last in the world except for the taxpayers paying for a lot of the world’s bills and security.
      Obama is just the cherry on top of this crap sundae that has been building for at least since the end of WW2 or as far back as Teddy R who began to bribe foreign nations with money, foreign aid? Wall street and professional politicians have been putting us last for way too long. Now the silent majority has finally wised up to their games.

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    • Scocope says:

      Behind the few GOPe figureheads is a very large contingent of Democratic operatives posing as grassroots to gin this up. Very likely most of the NeverTrumpers on the internet after you remove the contrarians, who revel in being against everyone else, are also Democratic operatives.

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      • This is very believable. It explains why so many of overt left-wing trolls dried up and disappeared, all at the same time, before Trump activated. They retreated, re-organized, and re-emerged on the right, to create places to attract and control their targets, pre-defined by Cambridge Analytica.

        This would make the more recent news about Hillary’s impending internet troll army a kind of disinformation. The people were, for the most part, already deployed.

        Lauren Batchelder showed how sketchy Jeb would go, but Hillary and her Brock Army of Flying Monkeys will go WAY, WAY sketchier.

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      • Nick says:

        You are spot on. I noticed from the language and references of the trolls that these people were not ever “conservatives”, even of the most brainwashed / lost / corrupted varieties, but left wing Hillary trolls with fake Republican personas. Another things Ive seen is that they will pretend to he Hispanic, when you can sort of tell that the person is not really Hispanic or Hispanic-American, but most likely an ultra liberal white troll.

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      • Notmeagain says:

        I’ve noticed that both left and “right” have the same “dirt” on Trump, same arguments, same way of putting things. I always assumed they were mercenaries who would work for either side, like campaign managers.

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    • kellymoncus says:

      I suspect that upon retiring from the Whitehouse Trump will turn the Republican over to “We the People” where it belongs in the first place.

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  3. KimJongHill says:

    This never gets old:

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    • CertifiedUnicornTamer says:

      I personally think binders are pesky.
      Especially, if they are full of women.

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    • sarrask says:

      This was a little awkward, but I don’t see how this was supposed to be a bad thing, especially since it was the other groups who compiled the list of women.

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    • dizzymissl says:

      I hate the guy, but I’m not going after this. Anyone can misspeak.

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      • Mitt’s victimization by what should have been a winning comment is a perfect example of why Mitt is a choke artist and a designated loser for the Democrats. This is why the media selected McCain in 2008, and Romney in 2012, as the designated opponents to their preferred Democratic candidates. The Republican end of the Uniparty has been SO stupid – just so stupid. The Dems set them up as marks time after time, knowing that they can play the lightweights like Mitt.

        Trump would have turned “binders of women” into a thorn in Democrat sides. The Dems would hate the phrase forever, instead of gleefully laughing at it. Catch-phrases like “empty-binder Hillary and her gaggle of highly-paid political guys” would have the Democrat operatives cursing Trump! Then he could segue THAT to Hillary’s small coven of women attorney skate operatives, who know the deep dirt and plead the 5th for her (Cheryl Mills and Huma, in particular).

        Oh, Crooked Hillary! If only you had “binders of women”, instead of your gang of political boys, and your fake salary statistics that you want to use to force women into jobs they don’t want!

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        • Sandhill says:

          Very good comment.
          I was wondering if when these fellas in their Skulls and Bones type clubs in these Ivy league collages that they draw straws for who gets to play the fun bad guys, the socialist dems, and who draws the short straws and has to play the dumb republicans?

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          • It’s very clubby at the top.

            Specifically, at the top of the World Fake Political Wrestling Association. Where government-protected monopoly capitalism and business-mediated stealth socialism have reached an understanding, that is now above our pay grade.

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        • Betty says:

          I am sorry to disagree with you tyrannocankles but Mitt was NOT the “designated loser for the Democrats” – he WAS the designated loser for the Uni-Party.

          Obama was going along just fine, any other republican candidate would have tried to win the presidency and then the republicans would have been forced to deal with illegal immigration, Obamacare, the people’s opposition to common core and the trade deals.

          So Mitt stepped up to decimate any republican contender in the primary while they were still vulnerable, just as he tried to do with Donald Trump.

          Again I say God Bless Sundance and the CTH for keeping us safe and in the light.

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          • Agreed. When people throw a fight, it’s because everybody in charge on their side agrees. And Mitt was a team player when TEAM UNIPARTY wanted the RNC to throw the fight in 2012.

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        • kellymoncus says:

          The GOPe did not want McCain or Romney to win as they hadn’t finished “Fleecing” the American taxpayer and preferred to do it under the cover of an Obama or other Democrat administration.

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  4. georgiafl says:

    Romney looks like an actor, a fake persona and parody of a politician.

    The chin, the smile, the slick hair style….the fake conservatism, liberalism…whatever the audience or region wants… but no one is really convinced.

    Romney in real life is a cutthroat businessman, corporate raider, Alinsky operative, and a nasty guy.
    His religiosity, bishop status is also a means to power. Just like Cruz, Romney is no Christian.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Gruber me once, shame on you.
      Gruber me twice, shame on me.

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    • yy4u says:

      It’s not up to me to judge who is a Christian or who is not, but one thing is for sure, Romney is no Republican. He’s a Democrat who infiltrated the Republican Party.

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    • Sandhill says:

      Mormans can’t be a Christian because they believe in a different Christ, different God from what the Bible teaches. I attended a Mormon Sunday school service back in high school while staying the night over at a friend’s. Her family went to church the next day and I was invited to come.
      Well the lesson was an eye opener. Apparently there was a council of the “gods” who decided that Jesus would become the redeemer for humankind and not Lucifer who was Jesus’ spiritual brother from “god” and his holy spirit wife. That was when Lucifer rebelled.
      I can tell you that this little Southern Baptist girl just sat there as quiet as a mouse cause there were at least a hundred people in that class.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Both the Islamists and the Mormons have demoted Christ from Divine to a mere prophet. That was so their false prophets who invented their religions could exalt themselves and teach their false religions.

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        • new anon says:

          When you look at them, the multiple parallels between Islam and Mormonism are striking. It would not be a stretch at all to say Mormonism is the American version of Islam.

          If I didn’t know better, I’d say they were founded by the same person (or should I say, fallen angel portraying himself as an angel of light).

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            To compare Mormonism, a Christian religion based on the teachings of Christ and perpetuated on those teachings to Islam, which debases human life and seeks to physically destroy those who disagree is fundamentally dishonest and you know it. Let’s leave religion out of our political discussions, please. Most of you “Mormon bashers” have no idea what you are talking about.

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            • Indimex says:

              Thanks. You beat me to it. Never once have I thought, after hearing bad news, “F*#&ing Mormons!”
              A Christian religion? Nope. Certainly not a hateful death cult either.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          Sorry, Georgia – you are soooo wrong. Mormons believe that Christ is the Son of God – divine in all aspects. Don’t know where you are getting your info, but you are incorrect.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Sorry, Sandhill – but your interpretation of Mormon theology is incorrect. I have been a lifelong member of the LDS Church and have never heard the “origins” concept you just described. We are Christians – we believe in God, the Father, his son, Jesus Christ and in the Holy Ghost and in following the teachings of Christ in all things. I am no Romney supporter, but his political affiliations/actions have nothing to do with being a member of the LDS Church. I have been totally dismayed by both his and Glenn Beck’s actions as the presumptive faux representatives of Mormon thought in this election cycle. They do not speak for me nor the millions of other Church members. Their politics are their own.

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        • Mr. Izz says:

          As a fellow lifelong member of the LDS Church. I completely agree with your comment olderwiser21. Frankly, I’m tired of all the “Mormon bashing” that goes on within this website. The claim is that this is a last refuge, but I don’t feel that way sometimes.

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          • majorstar says:

            I would say that the Mormon response to Donald Trump, via orders from Mitt Romney, highly color the Mormon sentiment of some comments on this site. If the Mormons weren’t in virtual lockstep against Trump and for Cruz this never would’ve been an issue. I think there needs to be some perspective here. Every “Mormon” state went heavily against Trump, unlike the evangelicals in the Deep South.

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            • olderwiser21 says:

              Major – Mormons are NOT in virtual lockstep against Trump. This is hyperbole on your part. I attended his rally in SLC and stood outside with at least 2,000 others who waited patiently to get inside, only to be turned away for lack of space because the venue was filled. This was on a Thursday night with only one day’s notice of the event and a very small venue. If it had been held at a different place where it could have accommodated more individuals, it would have been packed with Trump supporters, as in other states. Unfortunately, our delegate system does not always reflect the popular vote, as in many other states, but I am here to tell you that Trump has his supporters here in Utah who pray for his success and safety every day. The media would have you think that Mitt holds bigger influence here than he actually does, and he certainly does not represent Utah or the LDS Church in any evangelical capacity (other than maybe in his own mind.)

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              • majorstar says:

                Whoa, I’m not disputing anything you say. I simply posted an observation about where the animus likely comes from. For the same reason, most people here probably take a dim view of Dominionism, for well-deserved reasons. I don’t believe in the supernatural in any capacity, so I have no dog in this fight.

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            Yes, Izz – it would be nice if “truth” were sought out and expressed in all the comments rather than personal prejudice and uninformed innuendo. Very disappointing. Our view or understanding of the Holy Trinity is different than other Christian religions, but we have always been and will always be Christians, or followers of Christ, whom we view as our Savior and Redeemer and the Son of God – divine in every aspect.

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        • Sandhill says:

          olderwiser, that was not an interpretation. That was what the elder taught.

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      • L1 says:

        Can we vote on common cause who is best fit to lead the country, yes, absolutely. No problem there at all, two different kingdoms, one concerning the church and the other the office of the government to protect and maintain good order.

        Is the mormon church/faith the christian faith/church? No, not at all. We do not commune with them in baptismal, altar or pulpit fellowship. The Christian denominations and confessions in the United States, does not regard the Mormon church as a Christian church. That is because the official writings of Mormonism deny fundamental teachings of orthodox Christianity. For example, the Nicene Creed confesses the clear biblical truth that Jesus Christ, the second Person of the Trinity, is “of one substance with the Father.” This central article of the Christian faith is expressly rejected by Mormon teaching — thus undermining the very heart of the scriptural Gospel itself. In a chapter titled “Jesus Christ, the Son of God: Are Mormons Christian?” the president of Brigham Young University (Rex Lee, What Do Mormons Believe? [Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1992] summarizes Mormon teaching by stating that the three persons of the Trinity are “not… one being” , but are “separate individuals.” In addition, the Father is regarded as having a body “of flesh and bone”. Such teaching is contrary to the Holy Scriptures, destructive to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and indicative of the fact that Mormon teaching is not Christian.

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    • Sam says:

      Romney reminds me of the slimy politician character played by actor Robert Vaughn in the movie “Bullitt” that starred Steve McQueen.

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  5. Jeff says:

    Bain Capital….Mitt Romney ….clear channel ….Rush Limbaugh …all birds of a feather ….” Flocking us together “

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  6. Jeff says:

    It all goes back to the Sundance post ” GNATS and Irrelevant NUTS ” Wall Street vs Main Street .

    Wall Street holds worthless paper !! Main street holds the tangible . Wall Street owns the uni-party …Trump is leading the charge of Main street and WE THE PEOPLE .

    The establishment must push out all it’s enforcers …all it’s gatekeepers ….and all it’s paid stooges to stop the insurgency and put the SURRENDER VOTER …now turned MONSTER VOTER …back in their media bottle …some how …any how !

    Because a leveraged $1.4 QUADRILLION dollar global economy relies on lies to keep it aloft !

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    • Sandhill says:

      What I love about Trump and his business is that he took a small business based in Brooklyn and built it to not only national but international. Took it’s worth from one million to billions. And it is still a privately family owned main street business. No wonder Trump is the champion for the small businesses and the little guys who work for them. he loves this country for giving him the opportunity to be this successful. Go Trump! MAGA!

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  7. Jeff says:

    The LAST THING THE GLOBALISTS CAN AFFORD ….. is Donald J Trump the master of the media …master of explaining the simplicity of restoring our markets ….the master of standing up to all the punditry and making common sense …..common place again !!

    the GLOBALISTS need the electorate dumb -ed down so THEY can tell YOU how…..” capitalism has failed and we need a new global elite centrally panned system that only THEY know how to run ”

    Where as Mr Trump will DECENTRALIZE those usurped powers and put the commie Genie BACK where it belongs …..the scrap pile of all the rest of the failed attempts of anything other than REAL CAPITALISM ….something not tried since Reagan’s attempt to restore the markets .

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  8. sDee says:

    No surprise the globalists would go to the same guy tasked to throw the 2012 election, to make sure this one goes their way too.

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  9. If Latin Americans are natural Republicans, how come so many Latin American countries have socialist governments?

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    • sDee says:

      and ……if Latin Americans are so damn easily manipulated into electing tyranny through wealth re-distribution, why would the globalists be working so hard to open our borders an flood America with them.

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    • yy4u says:

      WHAM! Pergegrino NAILED it! Sounds like one giant conspiracy theory, but the Globalists want the independent, liberty loving, take care of myself American spirit if not crushed at least diluted by numbers. Let the Third World pour in, overwhelm the native population of European-descended, mainly Anglo-Saxon with numbers (Muslim and Latin American both of which have shown in EVERY country in which they are the majority that they accept dictatorship so long as they are given enough scraps to survive). The elite and ruling class lives very well — even better than now—the middle class shrinks (as it is doing now) creating a single “under class” of people who have enough but not too much, people who are satisfied and who live reasonable lives and are not inclined to rise up against their betters.Meanwhile, they live in gated communities or penthouses in the sky, hobnobbing and rubbing elbows with only their own, marrying within their own class (they’re already doing that) and never interacting with the masses. Those who aren’t in this elite effete class live with the new majority and slowly the culture is destroyed. (Take a long hard look at our emerging culture now; does it resemble any American culture of the past?)

      Toynbee detailed the rise and fall of civilizations…I forget them all. Hunter-gatherers, cities, territorial imperative, golden age. The golden age can last from a few years to centuries (Rome) but at the end of the “golden age” things start to happen: Politicians become corrupt (check), eating habits become weird (check), families break down (check), art becomes decadent (check)…I forget the rest, but we’re hitting the high spots.

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      • Linden says:

        Toynbee was an interesting guy. He leaned left in his politics, but he was an academically honest historian, and would have considered it beneath his scholastic integrity to bend historical fact to meet a political agenda. He said that 19 of the 21 great civilizations fell from internal moral decay. And here we are.

        Just as Richard Henry Lee, one of the signers of the Declaration and an anti-federalist, feared the creation of an oligarchy from the concentration of executive power vested in the Presidency and Senate under the Constitution. How prescient he was…

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  10. Will says:

    Such energy and motivation from Mitt! Where was all that momentum in ’12?, when the country needed him to stand up to tyranny and malfeasance…FAIL!

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  11. NannyG says:

    If Sasse and Kasich go along with Romney the Republican Party will have to toss them all out, right?
    Or, is this a ”forgivable sin?”

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    • platypus says:

      Along with whats-her-face from Alaska.

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    • My guess is that Kasich is too smart to destroy his brand – he’ll reposition to get into the Trump administration.

      Sasse seems like a different story. Going so big on the anti-Trump now seems almost self-destructive. Why?

      I was unaware of his connections to Hastert and the potential pedo scandals, but that could explain a lot in him trying to take out Trump. He may have a lot of motive to keep Washington from a thorough cleaning.

      The bad guys want leverage, and the more the better. Not just that – they work hard to create leverage. If there is leverage on Sasse, then he may be an expendable asset in the long game of weakening Trump. Sending him into the dumpster with Hastert may be the Luciferian plan, as long as it slows down Trump.

      Remember – Bubba knows who went to Pedo Island, so Hillary does, too. I expect an amazing amount of dirt to fly as Cankles goes down. Monster goop everywhere.

      It’s kinda horrifying. I thought that Sasse was some miraculous, Cruz-like (hint, hint), salt-of-the-earth, agrarian outsider. WRONG. He’s ultimate insider. And not just connected to all the bad guys, but to the page program. Ewwww.

      These people are PRODUCTS that we’ve been sold. They are NOT what they appear to be, nor are they even problem-solvers.

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      • allhail2 says:

        I still maintain that the politicians screaming the loudest against Trump have the fewest degrees of seperation between themselves and corruption.

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  12. yy4u says:

    Suppose the Republican Party were the USA during the Cold War. What would be more dangerous, a Soviet agent working openly for the Russians or a mole working inside the CIA?

    I think of Sasse, Romney, Kristol, Krauthammer, Will,Hayes as moles — pretending to be loyal to those things the base of the party support while all the whole time working to help the other side (Democrats) and undermining those things the grass roots supports (closed borders, no amnesty, jobs kept in America, H1B visas ONLY if no American can be found to do the job, no work for illegal immigrants, jail for those who hire illegal immigrants, no Muslims from areas where Muslims are killing Christians, fair rather than free trade that benefits other countries …the list goes on).

    They don’t need to be tossed out of the Republican Party so much as exposed as the moles they are. Donald Trump did this inadvertently. So long as a Romney or a McCain or a Bush was the nominee, the moles were under cover. But the sight of DJT caused them to throw off the covers, rip off their masks and start screeching like Stalin pounding his shoe on the desk at the U.N.

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  13. flova says:

    Bring Sasse out into the sunlight. This guy is more creepy than Cruz and Romney combined.

    http://rense.com/general96/whatdidsasse.html

    Did he run a prostitution ring with underage pages?

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  14. beaujest says:

    Rising Freak !

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  15. Jeff says:

    the GLOBALISTS want the patriots , tea party , market CAPITALISTS and REAL AMERICANS all to SURRENDER THEIR VOTE ….93 million in 2012 ……MUCH more effective than voter fraud is their system of media manufactured SURRENDER !!

    https://scontent-iad3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/12931174_837968452981581_1450697758799143014_n.jpg?oh=9cd27d77b4b21f5be2a07c6b1cb68b5e&oe=57A115C2

    give them a reason to surrender !! here is the choice list presented by the “conservative Media ”

    I won’t vote for ______ because they said ______

    if voting mattered they wouldn’t let us

    He’s / She’s not a REAL CHRISTIAN >>>REAL CONSERVATIVE …REAL REPUBLICAN …REAL etc

    I won’t vote for the lesser of two evils

    I’m voting for Gary Johnson ( any third party with not a shot in hell chance of winning …candidate ) because I’m a PRINCIPLED VOTER

    I have morals and principles so I’m not voting for ANY candidate

    and on and on it goes ….Some time ago the establishment figured out they could retain and even GROW their power and control …by giving the electorate a high five for SURRENDER !!!

    Rush “Globalist Gatekeeper ” Limbaugh even coined the brand …” low information voter ” used to describe the Obama voter ….HOWEVER !!!! what he has truly done is turn the HIGH INFORMATION VOTER …in to the propagandized Mr Pavlov’s dog voter …who doesn’t VOTE !!

    ” but Jeff …but Jeff …but Jeff !! How did he do it ? ”

    he stroked the EGO of his own dam audience …….THAT is how you convince 93 million people to SURRENDER …tell them ” THEY ” are SMART to SURRENDER and give them any and every reason you can to make them….wait for it ….FEEL BETTER than the low information voter paradigm ….

    low information indeed !!! sheesh …makes me sick to even type it

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    • mikeyboo says:

      No, in fairness I listen to Rush regularly. He gets very!!! impatient with people who call themselves conservatives and say they will stay home or vote for someone who has already lost e.g. Cruz or Kasich or some other non-starter. He ceaselessly explains to these callers- they will be throwing away their vote, electing Hillary, and ensuring the destruction of this country.
      Although Rush does not formally endorse I believe he favored Cruz. Nevertheless, he agrees with Trump people on the essentials: immigration, defense, national security, jobs, energy independence- including keeping coal mines running etc.
      I disagree with Rush at times-sometimes vehemently- but I believe he loves this country and is a patriot of THIS COUNTRY- not a globalist.

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      • Willy says:

        NAFTA
        GATT
        rush loved this stuff and pushed for it..

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      • Indimex says:

        He was frequently, over the top, condescending to Trump and Trump supporters, when I quit listening. He’s also the guy that said that Rubio was “conservative.”
        Enough said.

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      • yy4u says:

        Rush Limbaugh’s job will not be shipped to Mexico or China. His millions go nowhere. His only skin in the game is if he ticks off enough Trump voters, he might lose viewership and some lucrative contracts and his bottom line might take a hit. He probably feels sorry for the people who have lost their jobs and he probably would like the drugs to stop pouring in over the border and he probably is sad that Muslims shoot up Christmas parties, but he and his are in no danger, so it was safe for him to support Establishment Republicans like Ted Cruz who helped create this mess.

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    • Hillbilly4 says:

      Jeff..take time to come up for air. You obviously think things through, but you have some circular reasoning here: “…I’m voting for Gary Johnson ( any third party with not a shot in hell chance of winning …candidate ) because I’m a PRINCIPLED VOTER
      I have morals and principles so I’m not voting for ANY candidate…”

      So, if you have morals and principles, and are not voting for any candidate…how is voting for Gary Johnson going to assuage your angst? ‘Libertarian presidential candidate Johnson’ is in fact a bonafide candidate…Broke, but a real candidate.

      We all understand no one person can fit the exact bill for ALL of us…but we should consider who leads the Hillary-opposition. It is Trump who has stormed the stage & taken the mike way from her…..he can defeat the Hill & Gang.

      The last smoothie the GOP gave us was Romney…who ended up caving in debates, who so turned off male voters…we had another 4 years of His Royal Highness.

      Come join the Trump team and help get us back on the right path…it will take a few years, but with vision, clarity of purpose and a 100% American citizen, we can start that long trail through the Valley of tears. We need YOU and your friends too. Your vote for Trump matters more than you appreciate.

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      • thurmrob says:

        If I read Jeff right he was making a case against people who surrender their votes because of all the reasons he mentioned. It annoys the heck out of me also. If I don’t have the perfect candidate then I just won’t vote or worse still… people who say I will just vote for all the Democrats. That is the craziest lamest warped logic I have ever heard. When I see others give them a like I figure it is just a family of trolls.

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  16. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    If the GOPe/RNC can build a Third party that prevents either Hillary or Trump from getting 270 of the 538 electoral votes. That would put the decision as to who would be the next president up to the House of representatives which is controlled by the GOPe/RNC so they could pick anyone they wanted. We can not allow this to happen!

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Three hundred (300)reasons why the folks must come out in massive numbers to not only defeat the DNC opponent but “knock’em out”. Leave no doubt. IMHO, this third party scam is the dying attempt of the losers club of yesterday. The folks are building the NEW Republican Party with a leader we can trust. Who will be proven to be a great representative of this country and its people. Join the Trump Train you will be in good hands. “Make America Great Again”

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  17. Jeff says:

    How do you manipulate people to surrender their vote ? You stroke their child like EGO .

    The uni-party has a plan for you …and it hasn’t changed since the commies tried from the outside in in the sixties …only now they are the establishment

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  18. webgirlpdx says:

    I agree with earlier posts by Treepers……just think how evil a President Romney would have been.

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  19. Jim says:

    This mofo was born in 1947, and was therefore eligible for the draft for the ENTIRE Vietnam War, from 1965-1973. What was he doing, again? Bicycling around Paris on some Mormon proselytization mission?

    That’s one of my pet peeves against the Romney variety of Mormons – they never seem to go on missions to the Third World hellholes that actually need help (sub-Saharan Africa, for example). Instead, they always seem to go to places like Honolulu, Paris, etc.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Jim – I was interested in your comments about where the Mormon missionaries are called to serve. I will pass them on to my son-in-law, who served in the hell-holes of south Los Angeles and to my son, who was robbed at gun point in Puerto Vallarta, Brazil, and to my nephew, who was beaten and robbed again at gunpoint in Serbia. They will be interested to know that their missions were such cushy assignments.

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      • NannyG says:

        Your family’s males are NOT from the central power groups such as the Romney family.
        Are you aware that there have been more missionaries sent to Tahiti than to Brazil?
        And what about being assigned to Salt Lake City?
        The ”in-crowd” gets the plum assignments.
        The rest of you all fill in the rest.
        Oh, and the leaders here in Salt Lake City want your males to convert more pretty girls then send them into Utah still single so these old perverts can have a chance with them.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          Such a vicious comment. Really unnecessary and full of obvious personal prejudice here on this website supposedly devoted to truth. So unfortunate…and your statistics and assumptions about missionary assignments are incorrect, but I doubt you care about that.

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    • Deb says:

      A former Mormon Bishop who reverted back to the Catholic Church said in an interview about his conversion that the Mormon missions aren’t about actually converting other people or helping people, those are secondary goals. The real goal of the “missions” is to solidify the faith in the men who go on the missions, so they’ll remain Mormon for life.

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  20. ZZZ says:

    Most people who understand the UniParty are the same people who railed against the Mitt Romney candidacy in 2012. Mitt Romney, George Bush, Jeb, same-same-same.

    Yes indeed and why I did not vote for the first two when they ran. I just could not pretend there was a choice and simply could not choose even the lesser “PERCEIVED” of two evils. I can not for for any evil.

    Let’s just say that stance did not make many friends.

    And neither does my current stance for Donald but…standing for what you believe in is never easy.
    It’s all good though as far as honoring my conscience.

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    • Dixie says:

      …..standing for what you believe in is never easy.

      Amen!….from one who has done it and suffered the consequences….

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      • JD says:

        Bring on the “consequences”! It’s ALWAYS better to stay true with your head held high — unlike the Uniparty sellouts who are more interested in lining their own pockets and preserving their power, than in serving the interests of their constituents/American people. Sad. Nice Malamute, by the way!!

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        • Dixie says:

          True. There is something to be said for a clean conscience, peace of mind and knowing you did the best you could…that malamute was my best friend for 9 years.

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  21. platypus says:

    I think if they were really serious about this, the press would not know (or would only have gossip). People need to look at the vote totals and make their judgments about this using those. No way does this succeed in blocking Trump. Which states are they going to target? Texas, where the favorite son (a sitting Senator) didn’t break 50%? Ohio, where the favorite son (a sitting governor) didn’t break 50%? Florida, where the favorite son (a sitting Senator) went running into the Everglades to hide?

    Don’t get me wrong – I am all for being watchful over these miscreants. But they have no path to their objective (blocking 270). Be grateful they are getting their nazi tattoos, so to speak.

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    • Dixie says:

      I earnestly hope you are right, but look what they were able to accomplish by leaving suspended candidates on the ballots…..stupid people voted for them anyway and aside from those who follow CTH, there are a LOT of stupid people out there.

      We must not stop fighting to get those people on our side. Regardless of what we think, never never take the foot from the accelerator to MAGA.

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      • So true. This is not a done deal, and it won’t be a done deal for 8 more years, even if we manage to get Trump in office.

        That is why I say “MAGAwtLION” – make America great again, whether they like it or not. Because they WILL NOT like it.

        We have to not just trust – not just assume – but PREPARE for 8 years of virulent, spiteful, cunning opposition by the very same people who are opposing Trump now.

        Do I think for a MOMENT that Michael Medved isn’t going to do everything in his power to stop a second Trump term? That he won’t be criticizing Trump from day one after inauguration, despite Trump winning against Medved’s and Praeger’s own predictions of doom and gloom?

        NO.

        Do I think for a moment that Rush Limbaugh and Hugh Hewitt won’t be working with Uniparty operatives like Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush, behind the scenes, to undermine Trump for Jeb’s 2012 run? NO.

        Do I even contemplate that the press won’t throw every ounce of energy into undermining Trump’s agenda, with OBVIOUS harm to their fellow Americans?

        NO.

        The only people I will trust are those who actually put skin in the game to help, to defend, and to advance Trump’s agenda.

        SHOW ME YOUR SCARS, THAT YOU STOOD UP FOR AMERICA AGAINST THE WORLD.

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  22. Jeffrey Coley says:

    Mittens missed his big opportunity when he deferred to Jeb Bush as the GOPe “designated tallest midget” this cycle.

    In all honesty, he would have been a far stronger candidate than Jeb!, whose candidacy elicited groans based on his last name alone … and the prospect of another Bush vs. Clinton matchup provoked despair, not excitement as the political class expected. Mittens had the built-in hook of having been vindicated in every prediction and warning he uttered in 2012 about what would happen if Obama were re-elected. Not that the savvy Mittens would have made hay with it.

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  23. IMO says:

    clintons + bushs + obamas = uniparty

    PHOTO: George W. Bush and Hillary Clinton Share a Giggly Embrace at Nancy Reagan’s Funeral; Twitter Has Opinions
    https://www.yahoo.com/celebrity/photo-george-w-bush-hillary-170023570.html

    Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama to Attend Nancy Reagan’s Funeral
    http://www.newsmax.com/t/newsmax/article/718134

    They all including romney are the power hungry elites with deep political ties that goes back decades one place or another.

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  24. Joan Sands says:

    According to Roger Stone in “Jeb and the Bush Crime Family” Jeb’s father, George H.W., is furious that Jeb did not get the nomination as he had been anointed. It is a fascinating book.

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    • thurmrob says:

      Yep, finished it and now I am half way through “The Men Who Killed Kennedy”. They let us out of High School when JFK was murdered and let millions of others will never forget. The book is a little depressing because of the non stop betrayals to the American public and the sheer corruption of the government. Many of the same players are still around and now you see why they can’t have a Trump or anyone who will unmask these murderous scoundrels. DC is the largest group of organized crime in the world.

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  25. Abster says:

    What is it this man doesn’t understand.

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  26. JD says:

    Sasse has shown himself to be a total idiot. A “junior” senator who capitalized on the 2014 Tea Party wave. Another fraud, like Lyin’ Ted, who has ZERO political instincts. As far as “Mutt” Romney, well, just recall his performance in the third 2012 debate with Obama. Mutt had apparently been coached to lay low and he agreed with everything Obama said. What a loser. Sasse, Cruz, and Romney have lost all credibility and are appearing as sore losers. All of their political careers are finished.

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    • To me, Sasse epitomizes Trump’s little speech skit about CongressCritter X and his wife Alice arriving in DC and immediately forgetting why they were sent there. Except that Sasse would have said “Look Alice! We’re back!”

      Of course he wasn’t going to make waves against the Establishment. He was an Establishment creation! “Hey – let’s get Ben elected! He’s one of us, but nobody knows it!”

      My hope is that the Monster Trump Wave makes Washington insiders think LONG and HARD about how a change would do them good. Maybe they should actually BE the people they sold us.

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  27. freddy says:

    I try to phathom how so many TParty people turned coat on what they were elected to do. Sasse is the worst but most of the Freedom Caucus who brought us Ryan. Then there is Rush and Beck and Dana and so many more. What happened within that movement. It seems they were used and abused and that’s all. Next groupd needs a firewall from people there just jump on a bandwagon… Time to change the name and regroup the TParty…..The guy in the little outfit didn’t help either.

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  28. Gomez Cooley says:

    Romney vying 2 b a 3 time loser. What a pathetic joke of a loser.

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  29. Keln says:

    Why is Romney even a name coming up in this election? He isn’t a candidate, he isn’t elected anything, he isn’t a party leader. What is he doing even meddling? Why doesn’t he just enjoy all of his wife’s money and leave us alone?

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  30. Tiger.red says:

    Jealous Mitt. Sad.

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  31. daughnworks247 says:

    Senator BEN SASSE, from Nebraska and leader of the anti-Trump movement, has been REPRIMANDED, by formal resolution, by the Nebraska GOP Convention by a vote of about 400 to 8.
    It was a spanking.
    Ouch, that had to hurt.
    Why am I grinning?
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/05/nebraska-gop-convention-resolution-introduced-reprimand-nevertrump-sen-sasse/

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  32. daughnworks247 says:

    Husband was a delegate to the MS State Convention yesterday. Cruzers and Trumpers aligned before the convention as we expected trouble from the Establishment types (Barbour). No trouble at all. Main theme of the convention:
    1. Cruz lost – get over it.
    2. Get in line now.
    3. Rachel Maddow hate us all and that’s good.
    I would find it very difficult to think Romney could get anything off the ground at this point and considering the Nebraska Resolution by State GOP Convention to reprimand Senator Ben Sasse. Poor Ben, he won’t be able to find a baby-sitter in Nebraska.

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  33. WOW.

    Rupert Murdoch is an idiot!!!!

    Holy sh*t I never knew.

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  34. perpetuaofcarthage says:

    Is Rupert Murdoch even an American citizen? He was born in Australia to parents who were also born in Australia. His wives have been born in Australia, Scotland, China and now USA (Texas).

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  35. Hillbilly4 says:

    He’s tanned, he’s rested, he’s ready: Romney 2036!

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  36. Bonitabaycane says:

    Rinse my Prius needs to publicly state that Mittens needs to go away.

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  37. Thomas Berwick says:

    After listening to Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday” interview Timothy Alan “Tim” Huelskamp, congressman from Kansas’ 1st Congressional District, I am just relieved that my home town, Preston, is NOT in this idiots district.

    Timmy Boy is a seminary washout who has joined the traitors in the “Never Trump” camp. The principle leaders of this very small group is 2012 Presidential Candidate LOSER, Mitt Romney, the “Israel First” Jew, Bill Kristol and another seminary washout, Erick Erickson.

    Timmy Boy is an unequivocal demagogue. He smeared Trump with almost every breath. Thank goodness, Newt Gingrich was on at the same time and made Timmy Boy look very foolish.

    To my friends in Kansas, please tell your acquaintances in western Kansas to vote this total loser out of office as soon as possible. At the very least, he should be reprimanded by the Republican Party like the common sense Republicans in Nebraska reprimanded Senator Ben sASSe (i.e. another “Never Trump” idiot) yesterday.

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    • yy4u says:

      Chris Wallace is one of the Never Trumpers, so OF COURSE he’d have some idiot on to bash Trump. Why do you subject yourself to Fox Noise?

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      I also watched this interview and had to turn it off mid-way. Between Wallace’s baited questions and Newt’s obvious intellectual superiority against Huelskamp and Wallace, it was ridiculous. Huelskamp had nothing to offer beyond his strange assertions that his 14 year old could not listen to anything Trump said on the campaign trail. Have you been to a middle school lately, Tim? How did this guy ever get elected?? He came across as a naive and frankly, kind of dim…BTW, why does anyone listen to Wallace anymore either? I have never heard more prejudiced interviews other than from Megyn Kelly or Chris Matthews..How do they not know they are so obvious? The probably don’t care….

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  38. We really need to buckle down. This is really going to get ugly. Each and every one of us needs to ‘recruit’ 4-5 people each week to the Trump Train. Patiently explain the danger of a Dem win. The lame st media is coming on stronger and stronger. Trouble at Dem convention mtg barely mentioned-no one blamed Bernie or Hilary.

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    • yy4u says:

      We were at a dinner last night, and when Trump’s name came up, before anyone could start bashing him, I announced my husband and I were delegates for Donald Trump and we’d appreciate it if the table did not discuss politics unless everyone was in agreement as this was a social event. Interestingly one of the women piped up and said she and her husband were for Trump. The man next to me had already indicated he was a Trumpster. The other five at the table (all MDs and their wives) had no comment one way or the other. I suspect knowing two of the women at the table, I avoided a Trump Bash Discussion (the women are both Lefties).

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Brilliant! I admire you for taking the bull by the horns in this situation. The same thing happened to a friend of mine and her husband, and they basically ended up in a very awkward situation the rest of the evening with people they had known for years.

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        • Coldeadhands says:

          Think about the contrast from past years of progs domineering the conversation to the social unfolding that *** yy4u *** describes! As olderwiser21 says, brilliant !
          Been a long time commin

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  39. yy4u says:

    They don’t get it! The Washington Post has a very good article today (starts on the front page) about a man in Indiana who works in a factory and has just received notice (not Carrier — ANOTHER company) that his factory is closing and moving to Mexico. He and his fellow factory workers will be laid off with not much hope of getting another job. He applied for one but was told that there were a number of applicants. The Post is full on bashing Trump (and did so in this article, making sure the reader knew the man’s daughter disapproved of his even thinking about voting for Donald Trump). The Establishment just doesn’t get it. They (including the Post ) think if they keep on bashing Trump he will go away, we will go away, we will accept that the middle class is shrinking having shrunk now to only 49% of the population (from about 60% in the past). In reading this, I thought this man would be nuts NOT to vote for Donald Trump and his loud mouthed high school sr. daughter (who wants to go to college) would be well served by getting herself a job as a hamburger flinger if she is so enthralled with the way the Dems AND Repubs have led this company. The rest of the Post, by the way, from Front Page to last word was one constant consistent bash of Donald Trump. They do not get it!

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  40. Joe says:

    Romney’s commitment to Global Governance is greater than his loyalty to the United States. This is something he has in common with Hillary Clinton and explains why he’d much rather see Hillary in the White House than Trump.

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  41. remster says:

    Willard the Rat Romney is without honor.

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  42. Sandy says:

    Go away Romney and take Cruz with you!….and Rubio and Killery! Bye and GOOD RIDDANCE!!!

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