May 24th – 2016 Presidential Election – Open Discussion

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729 Responses to May 24th – 2016 Presidential Election – Open Discussion

  1. cardinalmike says:

    I plan to go to the Trump rally in Albuquerque today and protesters are already blocking roads and people with signs are already out in force along one of our major streets. This should be “fun” and dangerous. Albuquerque is a haven for illegals and we are a sanctuary country and city so I am anticipating fireworks. Your prayers are welcome.

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    • mickie says:

      Have fun and please keep us updated! Also, stay safe!

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    • duchess01 says:

      We’ve got you in prayer, mike!

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    • ginaswo says:

      prayers up mike

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      Be safe Cardinal Mike and have fun. Photos would be great if possible.

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    • Junebug says:

      I was planning on going too. Is MLK road blocked? Do you know where to get updates on which roads are blocked?

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      • cardinalmike says:

        I have not heard about MLK but that are supposedly protesters on Coors and around the streets near the convention center. I would listen to KOB radio for current updates.

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    • Good luck Mike! Have fun.

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    • ethicall says:

      I never see a post button, only reply, so forgive me for being off topic. There is a tv show called The Newsroom. I think it’s old but I just watched the opening monologue by the lead and it was exactly what Trump has been saying but a bit more eloquently. (don’t get me wrong. I like Trumps plains peak too) If I had to guess I’d say it is probably a liberal t.v. show but the speech the guy gave really wasn’t. It was conservative actually even though I think they intended it to be liberal. He was answering the question, “Why is America the greatest country” and his answer was, “we aren’t. We used to be but we aren’t anymore.” Sounds a bit like Trump and “America doesn’t win anymore”.

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      • Deb says:

        The lead character of that show is a “conservative” who rails against the tea party, social conservatives, etc. He’s basically Mitt Romney is you watch enough episodes. It’s written by Aaron Sorkin, who is a very eloquent writer, but he likes to set up some pretty ridiculous straw men to burn down.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        Here it is. His rant begins at the 3:00 mark:

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  2. cardinalmike says:

    County not country.

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  3. Dora says:

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    • thehourofdecision says:

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      • lawrencepaul1 says:

        Nice.
        The commies in the EU and the neocons here are going to have a fit and die quietly when Trump and Putin start working together.
        little Billy Kristol and his pals will have a serious prescription meds problem.

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        • chasingfactsblog says:

          lp1- in fairness towards our western allies that have succumbed to the advance of pc- it is worth a listen to Maj Stephen Coughlin who has a series on you tube on islam and its advance all over the world. first it silences, it has already begun here as we can see.

          It started over there first.
          But knowledge is power-

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          • lawrencepaul1 says:

            I am originally from Europe and they are not our allies. They have simply used America to defend them for free.
            They are Marxist to the core and will not be happy until they have dragged us into the same depth of despair that they are in.
            Honestly what has Europe done for America over the last 200 years? It has been all one war traffic.
            They f,,k up and America expends blood and treasure to go and save them from themselves until the next time they f,,k up.
            And they hare us. They look down their noses at us as if we are a nation of unwashed philistines.
            Europe is beautiful and has a great history but politically they are deadbeat moochers.

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            • ediegrey says:

              Europe turned its back on God – they are living the fruit of that decision.

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            • lawrencepaul1 says:

              one way traffic
              and they hate us
              I am such a dumb ass.

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            • chasingfactsblog says:

              I guess I think of the history.

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              • lawrencepaul1 says:

                Yeah I know.
                Sad Isn’t it. But if you think about it America was built by people fleeing oppressive governments in Europe.
                We fought against a major European power for our freedom and ever since we have been bailing them out.
                But what actually have they done for us? They gave us our culture but we had to fight like hell to get it.

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            • So true laurencepaul.

              One of their favorite sayings when America entered WWll, when our Gl’s entered England and started setting up bases to help the UK out of the mess they were in was,
              ” American’s, late for the last one late for this one. ”

              That’s gratitude for you.

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              • lawrencepaul1 says:

                And “over paid, over sexed and over here”
                Also “Britain will fight to the last drop of American blood”
                “The yanks came in when it was all over”
                I was brought up in post war Britain and nobody liked America. They resented the fact that they had to rely on America to get it done. And don’t get me started on the French. They are much worse. You would think that America invaded France instead of Germany.
                I love America and I just got sick to death of defending her.
                So I moved permanently and became an American.

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                • chasingfactsblog says:

                  I am hearing another side…

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                • lawrencepaul1 says:

                  What can I tell ya. I only lived there for 45 years. The only people that I met who liked America are the ones who have actually been to America and they generally love it and love Americans

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                • I got the French to be nice to me — I spent money there. Works much better than speaking French well. I got some beautiful things, they got money (which they love dearly)-everybody was happy. Actually never had any problems with the French or English. But I did live in Scotland and they were rough.

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                • lawrencepaul1 says:

                  No they will not trash you to your face.
                  The Sots are a different thing all together though. I live there for 18 months as a kid, they are loathsome people.
                  Actually on a person to person bases most people in most places and pretty decent to you until you talk politics, which mostly you don’t. The southern Italians for me are the nicest people I have come across.

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              • Keln says:

                Modern Europeans are also fond of advancing the narrative that the Soviets won WWII and America “didn’t do much”. Which is completely false. American industry won WWII. The Soviets depended on it as much as the Allies. Even when we weren’t actively in the war, we were funding the Allied cause. And it wasn’t just the US government. A lot came from US industrialists too. Take America out of the picture and the war would have had a vastly different outcome.

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                • I haven’t been to Russia or anywhere in the old USSR since the Yeltsin Revolution. But back in the day it was kind of funny–even in the ’80s if something went wrong, like your bathroom sink faucet fell off, they would look at you and say “Well you know we had the Great Patriotic War here!” as if it had been the week before.

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            • NCPatrick says:

              I do hate to say it, Mike, but that’s the way it appears to this American taxpaying citizen. I hated it when Obama crudely sent Churchill bust back to the Brit embassy .. we need friends and allies, but it seems the only friends we have are those we have to pay for. I think Trump views the world more pragmatically and says, you want us, you pay. Otherwise, you will have to cut back on your liberal give-aways and protect yourselves. It’s time.

              On a personal basis I would have caught on years ago and decided a friend who expected to be paid was not a friend. But our government doesn’t see things that way. Too bad.

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            • Keln says:

              The last time Europe did anything for America was allowing masses of Europeans migrating away from their countries to the US where they filled our factories, farmed our land, built our skyscrapers and ships, created businesses, brought their cuisine, arts, and music, learned English and adopted the American way, and made America great.

              Most of the best people in Europe left a stagnant Old World for a New World of opportunity. People with a sense of purpose, a willingness to work hard for what they want, a sincere belief in individualism, and the ability to dream big were nearly emptied out of Europe up until about the 1930s.

              What was left behind were those who were willing to settle for how things were. People who were unwilling to change the status quo. People who evolved after generations into what they are now: those who are perfectly willing to live off of their governments and never work too hard. And they became the people willing to embrace a failed Marxist system because it suited their desires, even if it would destroy their nations eventually.

              They are the lazy, the uninspired, and the leeches of the world. And they are the bitter people. When viewing that “shining city on a hill” across the Atlantic that America became, instead of running to her or emulating her, they despise her. They want what America has, but they are not willing to work for it, so they hate it instead.

              And so in the aftermath of WWII, when the US spent untold amounts of her wealth to rebuild and fortify Europe, and continued to this day to keep Europe protected, it made these bitter people despise her even more. There is nothing America could do to make the majority of Europeans happy other than to sink to their level and no longer blind them with her glory.

              And that is what a small elite class in America has been trying to do. To knock America down to her knees so she can become just another failed state in a world of failed states. But what they, and those across the Atlantic do not understand; cannot and will never understand; is Americans themselves. They do not understand our spirit. They do not understand what drives us. They do not understand simple things like why we cling to our right to bear arms. They do not understand why we do not want national social programs like a health care system. They do not understand why most of us do not want hand outs. Why we actually want to work.

              So for all of their hate and bitterness, for all of their attempts to bring us low, it is inevitable that they will fail as long as our spirit remains unbroken. It is inevitable that we Americans, the true Americans of this country who are still the majority, regardless of class, race, gender, or any other label, those who are true patriots who bear the American spirit, will succeed in making America greater than she has ever been before.

              Because America is not her government. America is not her policies or social programs. America is not her demographics or diversity. She is not her lands or borders, her allies or enemies. She is not her military or her industry. She is not her economy or her wealth. She is not her religions, her accents, or her cultures. She is We the People, and We will not be denied.

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            • It’s not going to be beautiful for too much longer-at least the West. Look to the East!

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        • duchess01 says:

          You mean they don’t already, lawrence?

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        • yy4u says:

          Interesting how the lefties (neocons included) were all for Putin until he said nice things about Trump; then he became anathema.

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          • lawrencepaul1 says:

            Well actually it might have been slightly before that. When Putin said no to Obama invading Syria and called his bluff on his red line. Neocon Nuland started baking her cookies ready for the CIA coup in the Ukraine. Putin Praising Trump just drove them over the edge.
            They really don’t know which way to turn any more. Nothing they have tried over the last few years has worked.
            Peaceful relations between Russia and America is just about as bad as it gets for the neocons.

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          • Keln says:

            I do not trust Putin to be perfectly honest. He may be resistant to globalism, but he and his government have their own brand of corruption, and he is too much like a dictator. I’m all for Trump working with him, but also keeping an eye on him and his motives.

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            • Agree, but he’s a great leader and pretty hot in a KGB kinda way.

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              • Keln says:

                Hard to tell what a “great” leader is anymore, what with Obama as the President of the US and a bunch of sniveling squishys as leaders of most of the rest of the nations of the world.

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            • lawrencepaul1 says:

              Every government is corrupt. Putin is a nationalist. Finding a way of working with him is the answer. It would be prudent to always be cautious when dealing with foreign powers.
              Russia is a great country though and Putin has a similar world view as does Trump.
              The EU absolutely does not.

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        • kpomeroy says:

          When Trump and Putin start working together, the world’s problems will vanish. They were nothing in the first place—just illusions manufactured by the neocons.

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      • duchess01 says:

        That is sooooooo Kewl, the hour!

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        • thehourofdecision says:

          Thanks.

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          • bocephus0h1 says:

            I really like reading Anthony Salvia’s writings. A big advocate for a pro-Christian alliance of Trump & Putin. https://quemadoinstitute.org/2016/01/12/trump-and-putin-intensely-pragmatic-men-anthony-salvia/

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            • thehourofdecision says:

              Thanks I’ll read it when I get a chance. The headline about them being pragmatic is exactly correct. Another article I read the other day stated that Trump was the best candidate at practicing Realpolitik since Bismarck! It also compared him to Cardinal Richelieu! Both Trump and Putin act according to what is practical; TO WHAT WORKS for a given situation. They are non ideological, although both are smeared as “Hitler like” by the MSM. They just want to do what is best at a given time to strengthen their respective nations. Thanks again. I’ll read it a little later when I have a chance.

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              • Keln says:

                I’ve gotten in trouble before for comparing Trump to Hitler, but I was only comparing to his ability to command attention. Trump has a presence about him that no matter who else is around, all eyes are on him, and when he speaks everyone listens. He can really seize the moment almost effortlessly.

                Other than that, Trump and Hitler couldn’t be any more different. Hitler was extremely ideological (as well as maniacal and evil), while Trump is, as you say, about what works, not so much about set-in-stone ideological “principles”.

                Hitler was also a pathetic little man and a loser. Trump likes winners, not losers.

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              • bocephus0h1 says:

                You’re welcome & great pics…can’t get like button to work, but ×1000!

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                • thehourofdecision says:

                  Just read the article and checked out the website. Good stuff. I like going to websites such as that to get a more realistic perspective of what is going on in Syria and Ukraine to balance out Western media. The truth will set you free.

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        A wandering, drunk Cruzbot yesterday was whining about Trump being pleased with Putin’s praise of him. These people are dangerous, wanting to get us into WWIII with Putin. Why can’t we get along with people and knock out the real danger of ISIS.

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        • thehourofdecision says:

          Right. Focus on fighting actual terrorist groups rather than trying to topple nations. Also, I just posted a link to a short article on this thread about how close we are moving towards war with Russia. The author of the article feels that war with Russia, leading to potentially nuclear war is very likely to occur if Hillary is elected. If you get a chance, check it out at the newer part of this thread.

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        • John Galt says:

          Cruzbots are dangerous. They want anointed king cruz to take control of all sectors of society and gather their end time wealth. It’s just as scary as having a Muslim flying an airliner.

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      • I want one of those T-shirts that girl is wearing!

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    • singtune says:

      Thank You ~”Shevtsova251″~! An excellent Piece & I believe a Very Truthful one~!

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  4. thehourofdecision says:

    New article by Pat Buchanan regarding the tensions in the South China Sea. Pat argues that the small reefs and islands that the Philippines and Vietnam want us to go to war with China over are not worth it. There is no upside or benefit to the United States and if China disrupts trade in the region, a better response that would devastate China would be a 10% tariff on all Chinese goods entering the United States. This would be a much more effective way of dealing with the situation.

    Is Scarborough Shoal Worth a War? by Pat Buchanan

    http://www.vdare.com/articles/is-scarborough-shoal-worth-a-war

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    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      I really hope that Trump finds a use for Pat.

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      • thehourofdecision says:

        Like we were discussing last month; at least some type of advisory role. Even if it is a small, behind the scenes role. His knowledge of U.S., European and World history, foreign policy, and political workings would be invaluable.

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        • duchess01 says:

          Faith-Based Initiative?

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          • thehourofdecision says:

            No. I was thinking of some type of foreign policy advisor position for Pat. He was an advisor and speech writer for Nixon and Agnew and came up with the “Silent Majority’ phrase. He was also a Communications Director for Reagan. Donald has used Pat’s strategy that he formulated for Nixon (and used in his own campaigns in ’92,’96, and ’00) to bring Dems and Independents into the Republican fold. Pat was writing books about our failed trade policies, neocon foreign policy and globalism back in the 90’s. The disasters that he predicted have come to pass and his views have been vindicated by Donald’s success. I just really like him because he is a great speaker, writer and thinker. He has great insight into so many important issues and is well versed in the history and politics of so many countries. I think he could give Donald some great advice and counsel. As I told Lawrence in a post last month, I would love Pat as SOS, but he is 77. I don’t see how he could keep up the travel schedule. However, he lives in Virginia and could go to the White House and work with Donald in some capacity.

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            • duchess01 says:

              Presidents have all kinds of advisors – from what you have indicated, I can see Pat in an advisory position – Trump is not adverse to seeking advice – and weighing his options – but, a permanent position – not sure – I don’t have a favorite for SOS just yet – but, I cannot see Pat in that position – Thanks for your thoughts, though, the hour – get so much from you about which to consider – appreciate it!

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            • singtune says:

              “thehourofdecesiion”~~~~~! I also would like to see Pat as SOS, but like you, I know it would probably be too rigorous, at 77~! I am very Well & 78, but do have limits on the amount I can do anymore. Obviously Pat’s Brain is Still very Active & he would be a Wonderful Asset in Any Position that would Fit~~in a TRUMP Administration. Advisory Rolel might be it~!

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      • singtune says:

        Completely Agree~~”laurencepaul”~! I think Pat would be a Valuable asset for TRUMP~!

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      • WSB says:

        Pat has been ahead of this curve for 40 years. The Father of US Nationalism.

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    • chasingfactsblog says:

      There is a point of course in which negotiation is no longer possible with aggression, but the willingness of American leadership to send their fellow citizens into harms way is appalling. Lets see them go first.

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      • thehourofdecision says:

        Exactly. These are small reefs and islands contested by those nations. Granted, we have a security pact, but does it really rise to the level of a need for open war? They don’t want China there, but how is China being in this area detrimental to the U.S.? Like the article states, if China were to pull nonsense like stifling shipping through the area, we could slap a tariff on them. Just like Donald has said, we hold all the cards. As the article states, rather than dying in a drawn out conflict, Americans would have less of a problem accepting a slight hike in the price of goods. It would only be temporary, but the damage it would do to China would be devastating. They would fold because if they fail to do so, their economy would collapse. I like this tougher style of negotiation that Trump brings. All these pundits cry about Trump’s tariff threats, but that is exactly what they are; THREATS. If we want to get China to take it down a notch, we use our economic leverage as a threat that will be carried out if necessary. The neocons and NRO crowd act like everything will be astronomically higher in price and the world will come to an end. The tariffs probably won’t have to be imposed, but if they are it will not be like these Chicken Littles make it out to be. It would probably last a month or two and we would come out victorious, stopping China in their tracks and maybe even helping Communism collapse there!

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        • duchess01 says:

          Agree – it is the difference between a ‘snowflake’ and a ‘blizzard’ – however, many lack critical thinking skills that used to be taught in school – robots cannot reason – you know

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    • amjean says:

      Didn’t the previous government in the Phillipines ask
      the US military to leave the islands where the US had
      set up a military compound?

      Or was it Puerto Rico?

      Or was it both?

      I can’t keep up with all of it.

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    • John Galt says:

      Obozo says he controls the sea level. If they’re a threat, why doesn’t he just flood the new Chinese air bases?

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    • Joe says:

      Trump should just tack on China pulling out of the area as a part of the trade deal. Boom, solved.

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  5. Karla Hansen says:

    Three votes for Trump from Northern California in the mailbox. On the train!!

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    • duchess01 says:

      Yay! What are your neighbors saying, Karla – or aren’t they talking –

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      • Koa56@comcast.net says:

        Not talking. We saw our first Trump bumper sticker today.

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        • duchess01 says:

          Hooray! My daughter saw a ‘billboard’ that said ‘Honk for Trump’ – 🙂

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        • grainofsalt2 says:

          I haven’t seen any bumper sticker where I live, but mine. I need company. When I am on the road I keep looking for bumper sticker.

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          • yy4u says:

            grainofsalt2 — because you don’t see bumper stickers doesn’t mean you are alone. I never put out yard signs or bumper stickers because the Leftists are loons and I don’t want my car keyed or my yard torn up. In 2012, I put an empty chair out by the mailbox. Those who are with it got the message, the lefty lunatics who are driven by emotion and disinformation never did. I may put a toy trumpet out this year — haven’t decided. I take perverse pleasure in sending a message that only the smart folks can receive 🙂

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            • NCPatrick says:

              I’ve had multiple Trump signs in my yard ever since September — the only ones in this Raleigh, NC suburb that I’ve seen. I also carry 4 Trump bumper stickers on my car, and was followed by some doofus who gave me the finger for about 2 miles the other day — I’m assuming because of my Trump stickers. Suck it up people …. those stickers and signs are not going away!

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            • I’m in SoCal in what used to be a pretty conservo area and we won’t put out or wear any Trump stuff for just those reasons. I do wear my MAGA hat to the range though!

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            • grainofsalt2 says:

              I know what you meant. I get nervous. Every time I go out I pray that no one is going to harm me and my car especially during the early weeks that I have put it. It has been 3 months now and thank goodness my car and I are good. I feel a bit comfortable now on the road but still pray as soon as I pull out from my garage which I do all the time anyway.

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    • DMorgan says:

      Go Republic of Jefferson!!!

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  6. geoffb5 says:

    Trump Eschews Using Voter Analytics In His Campaign, Will Rely Instead On Personality, Rallies To Win Presidency

    Now since the essence of what “big data” is about is to individually target your message, aka promises, to exactly what each voter wants from government, it is a system that is used to send out different lies to different people knowing that they will likely never compare them with each other and discover that they are each being lied to.

    It is a divisive method of campaigning and works well for politicians campaigning as a ” broker in pillage” in an “advance auction sale of stolen goods.”

    Trump is campaigning on doing good things for America, Americans, as a whole. Not promising (usually broken) targeted at certain small groups. The bigger the data the smaller the focus[es] of the campaign.*

    *This is like in physics where the smaller the thing being investigated the larger the instrument that must be used to see that thing.

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    • chasingfactsblog says:

      Pat Caddells observations from his polling at Americans for Limited Government
      tells us candidate Trump is exactly right…

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    • duchess01 says:

      Yes, geoff! Trump never deviates from his message – it is the same to all groups in every rally and every location – I remember Lyin’ Ted talking to a farmer who was complaining about illegals leaving – he claimed he would not be able to get anyone to work for that wage (think it was a set-up) – Lyin’ Ted said he should not be able to hire illegals – that he would have to hire Americans – Mr. TPP, Increase Immigration, and Amnesty was trying to get people to believe he was proposing the same ‘reform’ as Trump – although he said all of this with a straight face, his eyes told the truth – he was straight out lying – IOW – changing his tune and targeting certain groups to make his point – the expression on the face of the farmer was priceless – how many times have we seen politicians do this?

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    • TheseTruths says:

      “Trump is campaigning on doing good things for America, Americans, as a whole.”
      Yes, and it’s much more genuine than targeting people with what you think they want to hear. The emails I got from Cruz were an epic fail, though I admittedly don’t put a lot of data out there for them to mine. But I’d much rather hear about strengthening the entire country. America first.

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    • WSB says:

      This is how Cruz’s campaign went into total fail mode!

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    • DMorgan says:

      He has hired a good pollster to see how the campaign is trending, but won’t mold his message based on polling and focus groups. So, if polls show him slipping in one battle state or another, he can adjust his schedule and TV ads accordingly.

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  7. thehourofdecision says:

    Some thoughts on VP pick. Many of use are in favor of Jeff Sessions for VP as he is right on all the issues and would carry the torch forward if he were to have to step in as Commander in Chief.. Some posters elsewhere have written that they prefer a younger candidate. I am sticking with Sessions, but to entertain this thought, I have seen talk on twitter about Kris Kobach being seriously considered by Donald. Ann Coulter mentioned in a tweet some time ago that he handles the press very well and is a great speaker. He is rock solid on immigration. He has only been Kansas SOS, so he has no legislative experience in Congress, but if Hillary chooses Castro, neither VP would (Castro was mayor of San Antonio). Like I said, I still prefer Sessions, but I would be very pleased with Kris Kobach. He is young, sharp, well spoken and not afraid to speak the truth about illegal immigration. He would be able to discuss the economic and social impacts of mass illegal/legal immigration. I wouldn’t be disappointed with Kobach if Donald gave him the nod.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      Interesting. Didn’t know about him. Thanks.

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      • mariner says:

        It seems to me that at this stage of the election cycle “didn’t know about him” is a disqualifier for any potential VP. I’d never heard of the guy either.

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    • duchess01 says:

      Thanks for the input, the hour – however, I think ‘legislative experience’ is important to Trump – he needs to be able to navigate Congress – learn to use to the system to his advantage – and be able to negotiate from a position of strength – so I don’t think he can go with someone who does not have this background and/or experience – imho

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      • thehourofdecision says:

        Right. Sessions checks ALL boxes IMO.

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      • navysquid says:

        Kobach is who assisted writing AZ Immigration Law that Obama attacked…basically it was the Federal Law that AZ could enforce as a State. The Obama judges however, saw it differently. I like Kobach but more information is needed on him to vet his other views.

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        • duchess01 says:

          Agree, Navy – but, he is still not the ‘legislator’ that I think Trump has stated he wants – interesting he was involved in that famous fight – Trump appears to want to give the states authority on certain issues – not sure about this one – since he has taken the initiative to ‘build the wall’ – however, I think the federal agencies and state agencies will be strengthened by a Trump presidency and work together – don’t you?

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      • WSB says:

        But he doesn’t have to do that visibly with a VP.

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        • duchess01 says:

          True, WSB, but I think his relationship with his VP will be different than what we have experienced before – that is why I think he is carefully considering who that person will be – look at his Supreme Court List – while some might have wanted to see other people on that list – this was not something he worked out on a lunch break – the person he chooses must be able to take charge if need be – why would Trump want someone with ‘legislative’ experience for a VP unless he needed it – especially, in the Senate – is that to what you are referring, WSB?

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          • WSB says:

            Yes, my point is only that if another figure like a past Governor or other option were really the best choice, Trump could still navigate the halls of congress if a Newt or Sessions were behind the scene rather than on stage.

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            • duchess01 says:

              IC – understand you now – everyone is thinking Sessions – had not even considered a Governor – lots of experience there, too – just not federal – problem is there aren’t too many at the caliber of Sessions – that come to mind – he was a great endorsement – and they think alike on many things – 🙂

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              • WSB says:

                Yes, and Sessions deserves it, but if he doesn’t think the slot is right for him, if he feels he can do more in the Senate, there will be enough well-placed advisors such events as Chief of Staff and others to set the sails. And the only reason I even think like this is that Trump thinks out of the box. His VP might be someone we have not even thought of. If it is an unusual choice, it would not bother me.

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      • Keln says:

        Absolutely. He needs someone who is able to drum up support for Trump-backed legislation.

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        • duchess01 says:

          Agree, Keln – also, VP has an important position in the Senate – in the case of a tie – he/she is the deciding vote – 🙂

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    • Keln says:

      I still do not think Sessions is the man for the job. He is far too valuable being in the Senate. Trump needs allies there and in the House. Sessions also does not have much national appeal as a candidate. Yes, we like him. Yes, he would be a great surrogate for Trump if anything bad were to happen. And yes, he has legislative expertise. But those things do not translate to a campaign very well, and also Trump needs strong allies in Congress. Sessions is his strongest ally currently in office, and it would be a shame to remove him from that important role just to be VP.

      I don’t have another name. But I think it should be someone who currently is a Senator or Congressperson, or has been one before, is, if not young, not too old either. Is a good speaker and debater, and earnestly supports Trump and his views. And also has experience rounding up votes in the House or Senate.

      That person may not exist, I don’t know.

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      • DMorgan says:

        Could be a retired pol who also has business experience. Maybe DeMint or Gingrich.

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      • Joe says:

        You have good points, but I support Sessions because the VP leads the Senate, and has the tiebreaker vote, which is basically a regular vote unless someone abstains and there is an odd number of votes.

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      • thehourofdecision says:

        I appreciate your views on the subject. Remember, though, that the VP is still the head of the Senate and deciding vote. The VP can be as strong as the President likes. He can have a major influence on the Administration. Also, Donald Trump has all the national appeal on his own. Look at his performance in such diverse states from the Deep South to the Northeast, and the amount of people changing parties just for The Donald. I don’t think this VP pick should be viewed in the traditional way. Trump is drawing all the voters by sheer force of his own personality. He doesn’t need a PC diversity pick or a pick which appeals to a certain demographic or region. He needs someone who has competence, loads of legislative experience, and is well respected. Sessions is soft spoken and not flashy, but he is solid on the three aces which will win Trump the Presidency: Immigration, Trade, and Foreign Policy. I just feel that the best functional, practical, useful pick will not be a pick for show, or to just be a weak, ceremonial VP, but one which gives the public confidence that Trump will be able to get his agenda through Congress. You are correct, though. From what I understand, Sessions is not a particularly good debater. I think Trump and Sessions complement each other well and even Trump/Sessions looks and sounds good. You make some good points. We’ll see what happens.

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    • PatriotKate says:

      I am a huge Jeff Sessions fan. He meets all the criteria of being on the same Nationalist page as Mr. Trump. I’ve never heard anything negative about him and he’s highly respected in the Senate. Would be a great bridge builder for Trump with Congress.

      He’s been my pick for months now, even before he formally endorsed Mr. Trump.

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  8. NHVoter says:

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  9. Howie says:

    According to Salon it is the media who decides what you can be allowed to do or vote on. The arrogance is overwhelming. They decide, you follow media directives to vote.

    It must stop now: The media can’t allow Trump to make this election about Bill Clinton

    http://www.salon.com/2016/05/24/it_must_stop_now_the_media_cant_allow_trump_to_make_this_election_about_bill_clinton/

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    • duchess01 says:

      I don’t rely on Salon for my news, Howie – but, the concept is interesting – lol

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      • That’s the new trope. I already got a FB post from a liberal friend to this effect.

        If they don’t want the election to about Bill Clinton, perhaps they should have kept him out of the campaign and the witch might have not wanted to say she would put him in charge of the economy. Furthermore, Hillary was co-President in the 90’s so of course her running implicates Bill.

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        • duchess01 says:

          They sure get around – all sorts of sneaky ways to change the narrative – but, hey – Trump will never run out of material – go ahead and bait him – I dare you – he is a pretty savvy player in their game of deception – as he said – he hits back twice as hard – or something like that – yes, Billy Bob will be in charge of the economy – why – because Hillary doesn’t have a clue – these two come as a package whether we like it or not – and their minions can be nasty just like her – liberals are liars – period

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    • Joe says:

      How bad is it that news sources like Salon and Russia Today are better than the “conservative” ones?

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  10. Angry Dumbo says:

    Anxious to hear Sundance’s take on the Ryan bill to bail out PR. Can’t be good and I am not sure if a bailout is desirable or what the alternatives are.

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    • duchess01 says:

      Me, too, Angry! Hopefully, input from Sundance will be forthcoming – 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

    • Eris says:

      It’s to be expected from the Omnibus Gang since OBummer wants to bail out Puerto Rico too.

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    • Keln says:

      People who vote badly to get free stuff never learn to not do that if they keep getting bailouts. Let PR fail, learn a hard lesson, and fix itself.

      Heck, let PR become it’s own little country, I don’t care. They aren’t real Americans anyway. If you ask a Puerto Rican what their nationality is, they say “Puerto Rican”, not American.

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    • DMorgan says:

      Awful precedent….soon to be followed by Illinois, RI, Conn., Cali and the roll call of the other deep blue model states if HRC slinks her way into the WH….then followed by public and union pensions, and then le de’luge!

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  11. ajbenius says:

    I kinda doubt Trump’s VP will be those who are being heavily discussed by the media right now- Kasich, Christie, Corker, etc. One of the reasons why his campaign has been so successful is that they always laid out little surprises here and there, like the temporary Muslim ban idea or the Sessions endorsement or the Christie endorsement. or the Palin endorsement. If his VP pick is already being talked about too much right now, then the excitement for the revealing during the convention will be significantly diminished. Trump likes being unpredictable, right?

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    • yy4u says:

      I think it’s Newt. He knows where the bodies are buried and he’s not afraid to dig them up.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Keln says:

        I don’t think Newt would add anything to the campaign and might detract from it, even if he might be an excellent VP, especially in his ability to drum up support for legislation in Congress.

        Also, I’m still waiting for Gingrich to admit NAFTA was a bad deal.

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  12. Eric Kennedy says:

    What a huge advantage for Trump that he was able to knock off Cruz and Kasich a couple of weeks ago. We all thought this was going to go to June 7th and perhaps beyond (the convention). The few weeks of respite should prove decisive in that the GOP house will mostly be in order now rather than weeks from now.

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  13. Dora says:

    A Press Plane! 🙂

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  14. Joe Dan's cousin says:

    Sessions is where I would
    place my bet.your only as
    old as you feel and that old boy
    seems pretty giddy right now.
    Twinkle in his eyes lately …

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  15. ajbenius says:

    http://www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/2016-05-23/trump-adds-virgin-islands-delegates-nomination-within-reach

    Trump adds to his delegate count in Virgin Islands- now at 8/9 (originally only had 1)

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    • duchess01 says:

      Really, aj? Thanks for the info – Where’s rump – need a revised ‘delegate count’ – 🙂

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      • ajbenius says:

        The Green Papers always has a pretty good delegate count running but sometimes things can be confusing- it says here that Trump has 9/9 delegates from VI now but according to the article he’s “added” 8 and now is at 8 (which also doesn’t make sense because it’s largely accepted that Trump did get 1 delegate originally, not 0). Assuming we got all 9 delegates, we’re at 1,176 (including unpledged) delegates right now.

        http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P16/R-PU.phtml

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  16. ajbenius says:

    Any New Mexicans here? I have a feeling things are going to get nasty for the rally- hope you guys stay safe!

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    • duchess01 says:

      Why do you think so, aj? Albuquerque is centrally located – not safe?

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      • ajbenius says:

        I’m from Pennsylvania so I have no clue about how things are in NM, but it is the most Hispanic state in the US and there have been many protests set up already, as a user above pointed out. Also it seems that the governor isn’t attending and probably doesn’t care if the rally turns into a mess. I just don’t want it to be a repeat of Costa Mesa.

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        • yy4u says:

          The Hispanics are slowly taking back the southwest from the United States. It is reasonable for them to defend the captured territory (snark). Protests have become their weapons. They expect to protest and we go into a defensive crouch.

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    • cardinalmike says:

      Protesters started attempting to block streets early this morning and protesters on out on some of our major streets. Albuquerque is in a sanctuary county and the city is designated as sanctuary, as well. I am attending the rally but I have mixed feelings about it. I really want to support DJT but this is not the safest city on earth.

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  17. thehourofdecision says:

    Here’s a short article discussing what could happen if Hillary Clinton is elected president with regards to recent tensions with Russia. Because of the buildup of NATO forces and the provocation of Russia by the neocons, Putin is facing increasing pressure from his generals and the Nationalists in the country to push back harder and move to a war footing. They don’t like how Putin has not responded in a more aggressive manner. On the other hand, he is trying to appease the neo liberal Pro Western forces still present in Russia who want to make concessions so that Russia can be integrated to the West. Putin is being put in tough position with the NATO build up and the missile defense system in Romania. The generals want Putin to put Russia on a war footing. The author feels that if Trump is elected the tensions an pressure could be defused and the nationalist faction will back off on their war stance. However, if HIllary is elected, the neocons will take even more aggressive actions, and Putin may be forced into war. If war breaks out, Europe will be destroyed and a nuclear war may destroy the whole world. The author sees some hope that Donald will be able to purge the neocons from government positions and avert this potential catastrophe. Here’s the link.

    http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2016/05/24/will-the-november-us-presidential-election-bring-the-end-of-the-world-paul-craig-roberts/

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    • winky says:

      You are right and here are the warmongers in Hillary’s camp….what we have to look forward to.

      http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-22/dreadful-kagan-clan-hillarys-warmongers-waiting

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      • thehourofdecision says:

        If Hillary is elected she may appoint Victoria Nuland as SOS. Scary stuff there.

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        • winky says:

          That is the point of the article…….Nuland and cabal of neo-cons will perpetuate war…it will never end and that is why Us will be done……they would love to go to war with Russia…..these people are pukes

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          • thehourofdecision says:

            I know. I was agreeing with, and echoing the article. Thanks for posting it. Zero Hedge is a great source of information which helps me weed through the propaganda barrage we are under and determine fact from fiction.

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      • yy4u says:

        Kagan calls himself a “liberal interventionalist”. I guess that means you kill a lot of people in order to give them liberty.

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    • duchess01 says:

      I think Putin is biding his time until the US election is over – I think he respects Trump – and will resolve the problem to everyone’s satisfaction – imho – we have no business there – and I agree – if Clinton wins – she will continue this nonsensical posturing with Russia – tell me – has Russia threatened our homeland – i didn’t think so – those two (O and C) are a menace to peace everywhere – the sooner they are gone – the better – thanks for posting!

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      • winky says:

        No Putin has not threatened us…..that is part of the lie being told to America…..if anything Putin went into Syria and saved a lot of our guys from being killed by Isis when Isis was created by O and HRC….Putin has told the world who created ISIS….we have been lied to for a long time.

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    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      We are in the early days of a major economic meltdown and a war is a very good way to distract the masses.
      NATO is chock full of neocons and is the most dangerous organization on earth. They want war and Russia is their latest bogey man.
      Hilary Clinton is a maniac who is likely to send US troops into Eastern Ukraine and have a long protracted proxy war with Russia.
      She is every bit as dangerous as the Bushes and McCain. It is no coincidence that they are all friends.

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    • Keln says:

      Maybe it’s just because I’m an ex-submariner, but I’ll never trust them Ruskies.

      Of course, I trust Hillary even less.

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      • Joe says:

        You don’t have to trust Russia to work with it. Putin will take a good deal of Trump offers it.

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      • thehourofdecision says:

        I was a kid during the 80’s and remember the tension of the last days of the Cold War well. I had concerns about Putin when he was first elected and utttered, “Once KGB, always KGB”. I have come to have a favorable opinion of Putin as a pragmatist. Like Donald, he is a pragmatist, not an ideologue. As I read in an article the other day, both men are masters of Realpolitik in the tradition of Richelieu and Bismarck. He wants what is best for Russia and makes his decisions based on Russia’s interest. As long as we realize this, Putin’s decisions will not be shrouded in mystery. Putin could have given Eastern Ukraine a chance to vote on annexation and rolled in the tanks, but he didn’t. In Syria, the Russians knocked out about 1/3 of ISIS, gave Assad breathing room, and pulled most of their men and equipment out. I don’t fear Russia as I did the USSR which was present all over the globe. The media is beating the drums for war and putting pressure on Putin. To listen to every network, whether liberal or conservative, you would think he wants to take over the whole Middle East and Eastern Europe! He is being pushed to make concessions by the neo liberals and pushed to be more aggressive by the generals who are fuming over the NATO buildup and missile system right on their border. He has shown great restraint given the provocations by Obama and NATO. I DO trust Putin to defend Russia’s interests and I don’t see that it is in Russia’s interest to attack the United States. Oh, and I trust Hillary MUCH less as well!

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        • Keln says:

          I don’t think it’s in Russia’s interests to attack the US either. But the Cold War didn’t end in the cold dark deep, at least not by late 2002 when I left my boat for the last time.

          And looking at Russia’s economy and it’s heavy dependence on a few sectors, especially energy, as well as the general standard of living and the rise of the Russian Billionaire (criminal) tycoon, I don’t see how Putin or his oligarchic government is really doing things in the best interest of the Russian people.

          Sorry, but Russia is suffering from the same problems we have, just magnified. Corporate interests are overriding national concerns. And Russia continues to engage in brinkmanship with the US because it is an easy way to make the Russian people think that Russia is still defiant against the West.

          There is no way Russia wants war with the US. And there is no way we should ever go to war with Russia. There is no point to it. And I agree, you have to work with what is available, and Trump and Putin will most likely work well together.

          But Putin is not some hero of the Russian people. He is a part of the overall oligarchy that rules Russia and keeps it stagnant. He may have fought against it at first, but it was just to establish his own power. They are now in league with each other.

          Corruption is a huge problem in Russia. You can’t tell me that Putin is really a nationalist if he is willing to be such a large part of that corruption.

          Putin cares about Putin. Trump can work with that. But make no mistake, Putin is not a good guy. Russia needs a Trump of their own to clean that crap up and take the oligarchs down, many of whom are just blatant criminals.

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          • thehourofdecision says:

            Well, there’s no arguing about the corruption. He, his acquaintances, his party and the FSB are making a killing. He has an 82% approval rating so he must be doing something right, though. He is not an angel or saint by any means, but he is standing up for Russia’s sovereignty. I think Putin’s rise to power was the result of the plundering by the oligarchs in the 90’s and the inclusion of former Warsaw Pact nations in NATO. I think the Russian power structure became frustrated that NATO included former Warsaw Pact nations in NATO and suddenly missile systems were put right on Russia’s doorstep. If China was funding coups and secession movements in Canada, Central America or Mexico and had guns in those countries pointed at the United States, we would get miffed. Georgia was trying to get into NATO and moved on South Ossetia. Putin repelled the invasion. NGOs funded the Ukrainian opposition groups, raised hell and ousted Yanukovytch. Crimea has Russia’s only warm weather port in the area. Putin couldn’t give that up. He opposed Obama in Syria because they have a base there, too, and if Assad fell, they would lose it. Also, if ISIS or the “moderate” terrorists funded by Obama, Turkey and the Gulf States were to take control of Syria, terrorism would spread into the Caucasus and into Russia. I agree that Putin is not what some idealistically think, but, once again, he is acting in the best interest of Russia.

            http://buchanan.org/blog/russia-resents-us-125183

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            • Keln says:

              It is a mess, I’ll admit. Such a small hand full of people have made such a mess of this entire world. I really don’t know what the world will look like in 30 years.

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              • thehourofdecision says:

                I agree. Hopefully Donald, along with the right team can get us back on the right track. We need to revitalize our economy, strengthen our borders, and help get Europe’s immigration in check so that more terrorists don’t take root in the West. We will still be a superpower, but we need to pick and choose our battles better, and make sure we have a clear exit strategy. Get in and get out. We may have to reevaluate our security agreements so that the 21 trillion we owe doesn’t continue to rise and put us over the edge. I have more hope and optimism now that I have had in many years. Also, thank you for your service to our nation. Let’s Make America Great Again!

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                • Keln says:

                  Yeah, I’m optimistic too. I write a snarky political satire blog, and I’ve had trouble coming up with any snark lately because I’ve been bitten by the “I believe” bug. Not something that happens to me too often.

                  And thanks. Serving was a privilege, and sometimes it was just fun as hell to hear that dive alarm and know I was doing something way cool that few people would get to do.

                  Other times, I would have killed for some fast food or a single ray of sunlight lol.

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    • DMorgan says:

      Neo Cons infest both parties and take their marching orders from the likes of the CFR. They ingratiate themselves with whomever is in power. Parasites that don’t know when to stop trying to kill their host. A pox on them all!!! Trump needs to clean them all out of government after the election.

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  18. Howie says:

    Here is a list of the crooks that have pre-paid graft and bribes to Crooked Hillary. The Who’s Who of the Clinton Crime Family.
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-24/heres-full-list-organizations-paid-hillary-clinton-2013-2015

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  19. winky says:

    Someone mentioned the possibility of a Castro VP pick for HRC…that is a scary thought as some of his positions are pretty scary…do not know much about him…..is he even a legal citizen…that would be interesting to know!

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  20. grainofsalt2 says:

    Californians who are interested to volunteer–

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  21. thehourofdecision says:

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  22. thehourofdecision says:

    Great news! Donald has seen a great increase in support amongst 18-29 y.o. voters. Hillary dropped with this age group, while Donald’s support has surged.

    Liked by 7 people

    • winky says:

      Young people need to know of all the death that HRC is responsible for in the Syria and Iraq of young innocent children and families for her greed and lust for killing and war…If one watches film of those scenes it is haunting to watch these children dead and maimed because of that killer Clinton

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    • duchess01 says:

      Wow! That’s great news, the hour! Thanks for posting!

      Liked by 1 person

  23. NJF says:

    According to FBN Bernie is calling for a recount in KY.

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  24. JoJo says:

    Hope people are still reading this threat! Just found a fabulous quote from a book review of “Shoe Dog” by Phil Knight, telling how he fought to grow this company.
    “The cowards never started, and the weak died
    along the way — that leaves us.”

    http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2016/05/10/5-takeaways-from-nike-founder-phil-knights-shoe-do.aspx

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  25. freeperjim says:

    VIDEO: MSNBC anchor slips, calls Cosby ‘Bill Clinton’ during sex assault report

    Liked by 5 people

  26. Martin says:

    Fascinating info. from Dick Morris (former Clinton guy) on Hillary:

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2016/05/24/dick-morris/

    Liked by 1 person

    • Eric Kennedy says:

      I thought that was interesting, but I cringe when I see/hear Dick Morris because of his “guarantees” that Obama was going to lose.

      Liked by 1 person

    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      They really are a pair of dysfunctional human beings.
      Trump is crushing them.
      They didn’t expect to have to run against a pitbull like Trump and they just don’t know how to handle him.
      I am waiting for Trump to say that if Clinton was black like Bill Cosby he would be in prison.
      See how many African Americans support Shrillery after that starts doing the rounds.

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  27. JoD says:

    Listening to Alex Jones (Info Wars) and Roger Stone discussing Trump VP pick.
    At the end of today’s 3rd hour, brief, but interesting.
    IMHO, VERY cryptic, but sounds like Jeff Sessions may be the pick.
    Personally, I’m all-in.
    MAGA TRUMP 2016

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    • viddysweet says:

      I heard it too, Alex Jones sounded like he was hinting that it would be Sessions based on what Roger told him, but the only on who really knows is Trump. I hope it turns out to be true.

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    • DMorgan says:

      Roger and Trump go back over 30 years, so I am sure Roger can pick up hints from Trump but probably doesn’t know for sure.

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

      I’m not sure this is going to be as big of a mess as some think. (Remember, it’s good ratings to predict turmoil…we went through this with Trump too).

      She’ll have the vote and delegate lead – and therefore the moral high ground (I can’t believe I used a sentence with the word moral in it with HRC).

      What are the Sanders people going to do? Likely nothing more than pout.

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  28. Lucille says:

    The second worst president in U.S. history calls supporters of Mr. Trump, guess what…ring-a-ding…raaaaacists.

    “Jimmy Carter: Trump tapped a reservoir ‘of inherent racism’”

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/jimmy-carter-trump-tapped-a-reservoir-of-inherent-racism-131833920.html

    What a tiresome loooooser!

    I didn’t read the other comments at the site, but did leave a few words of my own. Hope you all go to the article and do, too.

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  29. Pam says:

    Infowars is in Albuquerque right outside the convention center where tonight’s rally will be held.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Thomas Berwick says:

    Came across a tweet from Bill Kristol complaining about cell service during an attempted conference call between Kristol, Sasse, Romney and former senator Tom Coburn. Here is my response to discovering that Coburn is under consideration for a 3rd party run:

    Wow! Former Senator Tom Coburn has gone off the reservation big time. He is conspiring with Bill Kristol, self described as a renegade Jew, Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse, a close friend of pedophile Dennis Hastert, and Mitt Romney, a moron Mormon, to find a third party candidate that they believe will give the election to Crooked Hillary Clinton. It doesn’t get much worse than that.

    Shame on you, Tom. I am very sorry for the considerable time I spent researching your family history. By the way, you never did tell me why your grandfather spent so much time in jail. Based upon the location in southeastern Colorado, I have thought it was probably cattle rustling or stealing horses. Maybe you can clear that up if you get the 3rd party nomination.

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  31. duchess01 says:

    Hilarious: Michelle Fields gives Hillary Clinton advice on how to beat Donald Trump
    Submitted by IWB, on May 24th, 2016

    http://investmentwatchblog.com/hilarious-michelle-fields-gives-hillary-clinton-advice-on-how-to-beat-donald-trump/

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    • John Galt says:

      Repeat the same stupid stuff that pushed Trump into a national lead and caused Hillary to tank in the polls. Michelle is suffering from Trump obsession.

      The way to win Democrat votes is by promising all kinds of wonderful things, without regard to truth or falsity. Obozo is the master.

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  32. duchess01 says:

    Sanders Names Cornel West, Bill McKibben and Other Key Rights Activists to DNC Platform Committee
    By Anne Gearan, The Washington Post
    24 May 16

    http://readersupportednews.org/news-section2/318-66/37044-sanders-names-cornel-west-bill-mckibben-and-other-key-rights-activists-to-dnc-platform-committee

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  33. burnett044 says:

    and now a brief message for Ms. Fields…

    and have a nice day

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  34. Dora says:

    They look like regular customers sitting in the cafe having a conversation. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Clc says:

    driving in Houston yesterday and saw a billboard by the freeway that said FEEL THE BURN. in small letters below it, it said http://www.freestdcheck.org/ I laughed.

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  36. Dora says:

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  37. Pam says:

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  38. Pam says:

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    • Michelle says:

      This also shows that Trump’s instincts are correct. She is clearly not trustworthy, loyal, or perhaps even honest.

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  39. RINOkiller says:

    You guys see that poll where Commie Bernie is up 15 points on Trump?

    Where in the hell did CNN get this poll?

    They are throwing everything to see what can stick

    Oh,

    They are bringing up Trump bankrupted businesses

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