Donald Trump Has The Wolverine Bloodline – LOL “She’s gotta do a better job”…

Donald Trump does not provide any quarter to fools or usurpers.  When Trump says “America First”, he actually means “America First”.

As such, while Trump campaigned in New Mexico last night he took direct aim at another GOPe official, Susana Martinez:

…”she’s gotta do a better job”.

Donald Trump just cracks me up; because I swear at times it’s as if he’s sitting right here amid all of us and merrily commenting along:  “Unemployment doubled”;  “food stamp use tripled”; “Syrian refugees coming in”… “maybe I should just run for Governor”… …”she’s gotta do a better job”.

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222 Responses to Donald Trump Has The Wolverine Bloodline – LOL “She’s gotta do a better job”…

  1. Ramco1984 says:

    I guess she won’t be Trump’s VP.

    Liked by 40 people

    • ZurichMike says:

      Indeed, that thought immediately crossed my mind. LOL!

      Liked by 23 people

    • farmhand1927 says:

      Martinez won’t be Vice President unless she jumps on Hillary’s ticket but her failure to put extra security at the private, peaceful Trump rally martyrs her with the dead end never Trump gang. Beck was probably up all night trying to reach her to get her on his show this morning, but MSNBC probably beat him to the punch. She’ll be honored and praised for being ‘too busy’ to welcome Mr. Trump to her state and turning her back on the safety and well being of law abiding citizens that attended and were barricaded inside the convention hall. She obviously intended to send a message and boy, did she.

      It would be interesting to know how many of the protesters were illegal residents, how many receive food stamps, public housing, college tuition, earned income tax credits, free healthcare and/or any taxpayer funded welfare.

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      • chasingfactsblog says:

        Listened to Martinez at the Republican Dinner , I think she was supposed to be keynote-
        She droned on and on about herself and then more of herself..she was a bore and I don’t know how she is a “governor” at all, someone is carrying her water. It’s no wonder her state is in the mess it is. Don’t know why anyone thought it was a good idea that she become a Republican.

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        • mdaush says:

          She reminds me of the former governor of Louisiana during Katrina.

          Liked by 13 people

          • platypus says:

            Oh, you mean that old sea urchin Governor Mary Blankbrain who turned down fed help three times before letting the feds come in. Ten minutes after the feds start saving people on rooftops and such, she stated criticizing FEMA and Booooosh.

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            • Mariner says:

              That was the execrable Kathleen Blanco.

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            • exiter says:

              And they still blamed Bush. They blamed Bush for years afterwards. Never once did he come out publicly and defend his administration’s actions. A big mistake for him and the rest of us.

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              • skifflegirl says:

                I came to like Dubya, but I could never understand why our side never, ever, ever defend themselves from attacks that we’re racists, elitists, incompetent, greedy, etc. The Republican base certainly aren’t those things, but none of our leaders defend themselves or US!

                Now, of course, we know that all of those establishment elitists were laughing at us the whole time for being honorable little dupes and that it didn’t really matter to them which side of the UniParty got elected. They know how to make money being lobbyists, consultants and pundits between elections.

                One eye opening example was finding out that Karl Rove told Bush, some senators and others not to publicize the fact that some chemical weapons were found in Iraq. Why wouldn’t Rove want GWB to be vindicated, even if it wasn’t the nukes Bush had expected? Why wouldn’t they fight the Left’s narrative? Why don’t they hit back? What is their angle?

                Then came Trump…

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        • Mindcraft says:

          Martinez is the best we can expect from NM. She is light years above what we had. NM is an illegal alien paradise, a welfare rat hole, with a significant low education population, deep blue. Moving here was culture shock. I was never in favor of Trump offering her any position in his administration when it was suggested. I guess he won’t be! LOL and thank God!

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        • highdezertgator says:

          New Mexico Lexicon:
          Republican = Democrat
          Democrat = Socialist
          Politician = “under investigation”

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        • The Boss says:

          Don’t forget that while at the NY GOP dinner, Martinez took a few swipes at Trump. As if she was qualified before then, she most definitely was not afterwards.

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          • catmom says:

            She was never qualified to be VP. Only reason she was in the conversation is because her last name is Martinez. A hispanic last name is everything in NM politics, especially Northern NM.

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          • mamadogsite says:

            Another fake snowflake…fake…like Hillary….not too bright…and obviously not too interested in MAGA. The drink-fueled speech at the GOP dinner was the give-away. We have been to NM a few times in our RV. VERY POOR, very Liberal, very dirty and not that interesting. But there were some really lovely and interesting Independent people in Santa Fe…but they assured us they were pretty much in the minority.

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        • Beenthere says:

          Don’t forget Martinez inherited much of New Mexico’s mess from totally inept Bill Richardson, a crony of the Clintons.

          Liked by 3 people

        • mossback says:

          It is best she return to operating her family restaurant in El Paso……..oh, that is in my state….never mind.

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        • Desert Transplant says:

          You have never lived in NM. LOL

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        • justfactsplz says:

          She was terrible at that dinner. Her attacks on Trump made me mentally file her as another GOPe loser.

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    • Joe Collins says:

      Exactly. Trump just shot a hole through some media speculations on Gov Martinez’s VP chances.

      Liked by 15 people

    • Martin says:

      She was never going to be his VP.

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    • countrychicken says:

      Question….is she a NBC?

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      • roxiellTX says:

        Good question.

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      • Toronto Tonto says:

        I believe so, but her grandfather was illegal. Her father was a Golden Gloves boxer and a veteran maybe? But she was born here to an anchor baby father.

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        • Desert Transplant says:

          She was born in the border town of El Paso and has that mentality of letting them all in, no matter what she portrays to the public. NM is so poverty stricken and corrupt. It is so very sad that 1 of 3/4 kids don’t know where their next meal is coming from..and the same goes for the senior population. We have 1 primary care provider per 1,100 people and virtually no specialists. We had to make 18 trips to Denver to get treatment for my husband’s medical condition. That is a common story here.

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    • tempo150101 says:

      I love how he punches back. He doesn’t care if he sees a Republican or a Democrat. You get on his bad side you become a target. And I love it.

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    • Luck is not all says:

      Great outcome. I was so happy and relieved when Trump derided her. That woman, Martinez, is another Obama: ignorant, using her sex/origin to win influence, sloppy A “jewel” who deserves to be in the D crown. She is not R, she just decided that the R party was a suitable path for her undeserved ambitions of a great career in politics. Once again Trump shows that he is uncompromising.

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      • SM is a falling down drunk and feels she is above the law (drunk driving charges and attitude toward police) and above reproach. Full of herself, can one say Shillary.

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        • Luck is not all says:

          Noticed something strange when she spoke in NYC in the republican dinner. Was she drank then? Like any drunk she went on and on about the same subject obsesing her. That day the subject happened to be herself, really boring. She was so out of touch that night. Although , most Probably she presents the same speach everywhere. It sounded like very well rehearsed. I hope not for the sake of the NM citizens.

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    • Get her out!

      Never liked the way she treated him while he was running against the others. We all have to do our part to vote out anyone that stands against Trump. If you are against Trump you are against putting America First. If you are against America First, you don’t belong in this country, let alone part of its government.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Thank goodness! Martinez is hardly as wonderful as what some of the press and pundits have made her out to be.

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    • americalsgt says:

      She’s been Newtered.

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  2. Dick Albright says:

    That’s what I said! Like he’s sitting at our kitchen table, drinking a Coke or Pepsi or coffee and having a good time joking and telling stories. That’s America and Apple pie, Mom!

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  3. lawrencepaul1 says:

    Well I guess all those that were suggesting her for VP will go a little quiet now.

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  4. yakmaster2 says:

    It might be surmised that Martinez’s hostility to Trump stems from her pandering to the very large Hispanic population in New Mexico. Regardless of her open border ideology on immigration, the stats Trump quoted are bad for the citizens of her state.
    It would be interesting to know the percentage of skilled workers residing there since it’s obviously been a draw for those of Hispanic descent for quite a while. The article in USA Today mentions a higher birth rate in the 46% Hispanic population than that of the 40% White population, so perhaps the NEXT generation will have more workers and less welfare benefits. Meanwhile, Martinez should roll up her sleeves instead of posturing.

    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/census/2011-03-15-new-mexico-census_N.htm

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    • catmom says:

      There are few “skilled workers” in NM. Mostly 3rd or 4th generation welfare recipients and illegals now. Very scary. Drug cartels, gangs, heroin, you name it, we have got it.

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      • Luck is not all says:

        Susanna Martinez and hermajority NM population would like that NM go back to be Mexico territory but at the same time having their welfare system payed by the USA. They live in a self made cloud, they feel betrayed by the USA, ergo, entitled.

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        • WSB says:

          Maybe we ought to rename New Mexico. I’m offended.

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        • Desert Transplant says:

          Not sure about her, but yes, professors at the University of New Mexico regularly espouse going back to Mexico. NM is hyper focused on race. My youngest son was regularly discriminated against when attending UNM (which is like high school regarding what they teach) because he is white. He wouldn’t bow down to their harassment and therefore suffered for it.

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          • Luck is not all says:

            Mexicans and of course their descendants who live in the US are the most racist people I know. They hate all the other South Americans and of course Americans. They also hate Europeans by the way They speak their own gibberish of Spanish understood mainly by them , so even if one speaks perfect Castilliam Spanish has difficulties to communicate with them. To me its kind of funny to look at them in the anti Trump rallies shout racist racist. .the racist of them all!!

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            • Garrison Hall says:

              “Mexicans and of course their descendants who live in the US are the most racist people I know.”

              There’s a sharp cultural difference between Mexicans and Mexican-Americans, with the former not particularly liking the other. This historic distinction undercuts the La Raza-the-southwest-belongs-to-Mexico ideology. In fact there are plenty of middle-class, upwardly-mobile Mexican-Americans who are not in any way racist and who, in fact, socially and politically conservative and are strong Trump supporters. Characterizing “Mexicans and of course their descendants” as all being racist is wrong. In fact, it’s dead wrong.

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  5. drdeb says:

    Don’t discount Jan Brewer as Trump’s VP.

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    • Trumpire says:

      Brewer caved to Obama and didn’t lift a finger to help Sheriff Joe. She’s not the worst but she doesn’t have what it takes.

      Trump doesn’t need a gimmicks like picking a woman or a minority. He needs to pick the person who fits into what his plans are.

      I’ve seen so many people brainwashed and spouting the Karl Rove talking points. “We need a Hispanic. We need a woman.” No we don’t we need whomever Trump feels can step in to finish what he starts if need be.

      So many falling for the garbage and the influx of Hispanic anchor babies don’t have the right to demand anything. Stop falling for it.

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    • drdeb says:

      or Mary Fallin. Trump’s VP pick will be a female, I betcha!

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Sarah Palin for VP .

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        • amjean says:

          No, she carries too much baggage and the media
          would make it all about her; Trump’s Make America
          Great Again agenda would be lost in the tabloid
          type coverage of Palin and her family.

          A million times “NO!”

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        • JoJo says:

          Agree, ZM, but it’s never gonna happen.

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      • MissV says:

        Females. I know a million of ’em. They’re all over the place. Yawn.

        Liked by 8 people

      • Toronto Tonto says:

        Fallin vetoed her own legislature’s pro life bill. Evangelicals would bolt.

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        • WSB says:

          The bill was not prepared properly. The language was murky. I think they will review for a rewrite. How many lawyers does it take to write a bill? Obviously not enough.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          Depends on why she vetoed. (I live in Oklahoma) Fallin’s statement with her veto said that after reading the bill, she was not certain it would pass legal scrutiny. Whichever state does this first will have multiple legal challenges til it gets to the Supremes.

          Now, Liberty Council, a faith-based legal organization.worked with some legislators in designing the legislation, and I was under the impression that even Mary Falin had been consulted during the process.

          Our Legislature must, by our state Constitution, end this year’s session on Friday by midnight.
          There is a possible over-ride in the works, but the main Rep. said he was wishing to speak with the Guv first.

          So, we will see.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          Oh, and I forgot to mention….that was not just a pro-life bill. That legislation would make it a Felony for any physician performing an abortion (except life of mother) THAT might be the real reason of her veto.

          Personally, I want all government, State and Fed OUT of the relationship between ME and MY DOCTOR! AND, I want NO TAX DOLLARS at either level paying for it. Let the cretins pay for their own damn abortions. Around here, they cost like $400.00.

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  6. wheatietoo says:

    24 States have refused taking those muslim ‘refugees’…so it’s bs when people say “the governors have no choice”.

    All but one of those 24 governors who’ve refused taking the islamigrants, are Republicans.

    I love it so much, that Mr. Trump said this!
    The crowd did too.
    And they live there.

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  7. oldschool64 says:

    Martinez is a fool and a drunk. She needs to come to heel and support Trump, or her political career is over.

    It doesn’t really matter, she is as talentless and useless a politician as the Establishment has to offer!

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    • highdezertgator says:

      This says it all, she was at David Koch’s mansion during Repub Gov gathering.
      “New Mexico’s governor, Susana Martinez, chairwoman of the Republican Governors Association, did not mince words: She told the crowd of about 60 wealthy GOP backers that, as a Latina, she was offended by Trump’s language about immigrants. Noting her years working as a prosecutor on the Mexican border and now as a border-state governor, Martinez said Trump’s plan to build a wall and force Mexico to pay for it was unrealistic and irresponsible, according to multiple people in attendance.”
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/04/19/new-mexico-gov-susana-martinez-makes-sharp-critique-of-trump-at-rga-donor-event/

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    • catmom says:

      Her political career is close to being over. She has nowhere to go now. She is not that smart.

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      • Ruffin says:

        Her low IQ becomes even more evident when she has had a few drinks too many-she was either intoxicated or on tranquilizers last night when interviewed re Trump Rally in NM-all she could manage as an excuse was “I’m Governor , I ‘m too busy being Governor to bother with that.”
        Couple that with the Christmas debacle at a motel party with drunken state employees reminding the police who arrived to investigate the disturbance that she was the Governor and they could leave, nothing to see here.
        The NY Republican Fundraiser where she was the speaker proceeding Donald Trump and gave a long alcohol fueled speech on her “career as Governor”.
        Trump trumped all over her last night!

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  8. ZurichMike says:

    Plus she did NOTHING to stop the destruction of Hillary / Bernie’s paid protesters. No arrests, and then called off the police.

    Martinez is just a GOP affirmative action placeholder.

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    • Trumpire says:

      ^^^^This^^^^

      Honestly, it’s too bad that McCain spoiled Palin because she’s the only female politician that had balls as big as Trump.

      The media went after her with a vengeance like I’ve never seen before until Trump. Palin truly has a heart of gold. Not interested in hearing the opinions of dumbasses who voted for Obama or Bill Clinton. You’ve already told us just how stupid you are and what poor judgement you have.

      Aside from Session, I’d like to see Steven Wright, Trump’s opening act and policy guy. He’s young and gets it.

      Ann Coulter to shut down Homeland security and in charge of immigration. Or rather, the ten year halt on immigration.

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    • mdaush says:

      If she had been outside making sure Trump and his supporters rights to free speech were being upheld, she would have been a national hero!
      She’s just a RINO that speaks Espanol.

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      • The Boss says:

        She is a burro who better damn well speak ONLY English from now on, the official language of this country.

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      • Luck is not all says:

        Does she speaks Español? Just like Cruz?

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        • JoJo says:

          When I was in school there, we were told we couldn’t get a job if we weren’t bilingual. It was cool. All Anglos took English and Spanish separately from the Hispanics. So each culture was learning correct language (not all of us were literate or grammatical in our mother tongue!) in both languages. Our teachers were 90% Anglo, population was, as I said above, 90% native Hispanic. No such thing as illegals then.
          Also there was a pretty hefty percent of Native Americans, but they didn’t go to school with us. Nor did the AAs. Very weird. Native Americans were viewed with awe by all of my elementary school classmates. And even though most of the New Mexicans were mixed Indio/Hispano, they viewed themselves as different. We were all poor as churchmice, so no economic divisions existed where I lived.
          My mother viewed the Hispanos as superior to the Dust Bowl refugees who were our neighbors. Probably the bilingual thing – since they were bilingual from about age 8 on.

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    • catmom says:

      Exactly.

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      • singingsoul says:

        I thought English is the official language of this county…???? Am I wrong…???
        How many times does Congress have to declare that..? Is it not law..???

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          Nope. On one of the other threads last night, I posted a pdf of the 8-page letter Bathroom Barry sent to all the schools. When you pull-up that link, the document is actually 9 pages, as the cover page has numerous little paragraphs where there are links to get that document in different languages.

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  9. SkyPhoenix says:

    New Mexican here. We haven’t been able to see much of a difference in Susana Martinez over former Gov. Bill Richardson (D), except perhaps a bit less corruption. She really hasn’t accomplished a whole lot, and once she set her sights on the national stage and brought in that RNC crook Jay Mcclesky as her political advisor, he started bullying many of our truly conservative state legislators, resulting in the loss of several long-time conservatives in the last election. For example, if they wanted financial help from her funds for their campaigns, they were not allowed to take a public pro-life stance during the election. The ones who refused to play along were told that an opponent would be run against them in the primary. Thank God McClesky is now gone, but the damage has been done.

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    • PreNanny says:

      Sky the good news is they can be elected again once you rid your state of the uniparty.
      Am sure you felt elated to be rid of that creep Richardson, keep fighting and firing anyone who will not stand for America.

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      • SkyPhoenix says:

        Absolutely! Richardson was an absolute disaster. Those who worked with him hated him. I remember one week in which two different members of the state cabinet under him publicly expressed their dislike for him in two different formal speeches. Sheesh!

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    • highdezertgator says:

      The only good thing she accomplished was keeping Dem Diane Denish from 8 more years of Bill “the bag man” Richardson (still under investigation for losing state education retirement fund money) He changed investment rules in 2005 so cronies could play wall street monopoly.

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    • catmom says:

      She is GOPe all the way. She has not been a good Gov so the Democrat Socialists will take it back in the next election. Her legacy is open borders and Medicaid expansion under Obamacare. We have lousy health insurance in NM. That is just for starters.

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    • Beenthere says:

      Thanks all for sharing. We at the East Coast don’t hear much about what’s happening in “Breaking Bad” country.

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    • Sanders says:

      If you will recall, Martinez was the WORST of the Republican candidates running for office after Richardson was term-limited out. While the high profile candidates were at each other’s throats, she was basically appointed by the state establishment.

      At least she’ll be term-limited out this next time around.

      I don’t hold a whole lot of hope that we’ll get anyone any better next time, though.

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  10. CC says:

    Sarah Palin for VP . Palin is the real deal

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  11. PreNanny says:

    Where are the legal brains here? Is there any state law that prevents a POTUS from also being a gov? While I have no intention of seeking a monarch, to me TRUMP is a movement as he rightfully says not just himself and Lord knows so many states need to be made great again they have sadly lost their way.
    MAGA and every State too!

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    • highdezertgator says:

      I am sure the “Convention of States” crowd could make that arrangement for you.
      “el presidente of states” run by #Levinalisky and the #SnotGobbler.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      IMO most state laws do. Remember, each state has their own Constitution, and sovereignty. The Federal government has 19 different things listed in the Federal Constitution enumerated (specific & allowed) for the Federal, the rest is SUPPOSED to be the state’s job, as We the People.

      Americans have been buffaloed for over a century.

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  12. ladypenquin says:

    “She’s got to a better job.” Trump has this way of saying things that’s going to leave a mark. Can just picture the ads running against her…

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  13. ZZZ says:

    does anyone else feel like we have absolutely no leadership in this country? every level is void of leadership.
    they wonder why people support Trump?

    Liked by 8 people

    • Shevtsova251 says:

      When you have good leaders, then it trickle down.

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      • singingsoul says:

        I only have voted twice because I was not a citizen earlier. I wonder though have people not paid attention who gets voted in office…? Someone voted incompetence into office..
        I am also wondering we have ben in war for so long does that affect a countries ability to choose the best people…?
        I believe the loss of life during the Vietnam war has left a hole because the best and brightest were sent. Again Iraq we keep loosing future leaders .
        I still have no clue who voted for Obama no one claims they did.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          Oh siningsoul, congrats on your Citizenship!

          Voter apathy. You answered your own questions. We were busy, working sometimes more than one job, raising our children, being lied/lulled by our Media, thinking that for sure if anything was wrong, the media would do their jobs and tell us. (That’s why the press has 1st Amendment protection, extra)

          We had either stopped paying attention, or “dropped out” from voting, let alone getting involved, and we dropped the ball, and allowed those in power to corrupt themselves, and believed them when they said everything is okay.

          Whoever voted for Obie, and I’ve heard a few admit so, who now repent, were lied to, and caught up in his charismatic rhetoric of he’d make their lives easier, and all the pageantry with Greek columns, etc. BUT, there was also vote fraud, big time. No one would/could challenge. For sure his second term there was too.

          But, I “woke up” the last few years of Shrub’s term, and Obie, if he’s done one good thing; it’s he’s has stirred millions out of their stupor!

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  14. Mlw says:

    I am a woman and I swear that the mess we are in will never be fixed by adding a woman to the ticket. No pandering! Just pick the best number 2 alpha male in the pack. I’m sick of identity politics and am convinced no such woman, Hispanic, African American, Asian, Indian or any other will make the strongest man in the contest stronger! Just pick the guy who thinks like you Mr. Trump….

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    • Tonawanda says:

      Just want to add, I love Sarah precisely because she is one of the few “alpha males” around. I just do not think she has the type of legislative experience Trump said he is looking for.

      I suggest Sarah as Secretary of Kicking A$$, identifying and rooting out all the leftists in government whose jobs can be eliminated or replaced so they are deprived of their taxpayer funded sedition.

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      • SouthernbythegraceofGod says:

        I love Sarah Palin. You have to know that President Trump already has a spot for her. I’m praying for Jeff Sessions as VP.

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        • JoJo says:

          How about Sen. Sessions as SoS? I’ve got my own preference for VP, but won’t say it again. Don’t want to jinx it. Agree with people here who say: LTBT – Let Trump be Trump. .

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    • highdezertgator says:

      Only qualification true red, white & blue “America First” Nationalist.

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      • singingsoul says:

        I do not think Sarah has the experience to be VP. Maybe if she had finished her turn as Governor and had a track record…?
        Trump needs a person who thinks carefully what he says and represents Trumps agenda. I think Session would do that.

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    • Newt said something I totally agreed with the other day. He said this notion that Trump has to pick a VP to help him win is completely false. “Trump will win because of Trump.” The VP should be someone who can help him understand the inner workings of Washington so he can get things done. With that said, Jeff Sessions is the man for the job hands down. Have Stephen Miller replace his spot.

      I want strength, integrity, honesty and America First leaders on board. No pandering identity politics needed. Choose the best for the job. Period. If there is a woman that is just as good as Sessions then I’m all for it.

      Let Trump be Trump and his number 2 person better be someone that is on board with his policies 100% and has the backbone proven to fight for them. Someone that he likes and gets along with well, no forced relationships to help reach a segment of voters.

      Trump/Sessions 2016

      I’d buy 10 of those shirts the day the announcement is made!

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    • Benson II says:

      I agree. Does anyone believe that picking a person from one of the groups will impress the left? In my opinion those on the right it will impress are simply indoctrinated by the left to believe it’s important. Diversity is the last reason on a list of qualifications to pick a person for a job.

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    • sz613 says:

      Another woman totally agrees with you, Mlw…

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  15. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    If your record is bad than it is bad …

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  16. NJF says:

    What’s so refreshing is that Trump doesn’t care whether or an ineffectual politician has an R after their name. “Your fired,” is based on performance rather than who you are, the color of your skin, or your gender. It’s about time someone was put in charge who has that mindset.

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    • mamadogsite says:

      Absolutely. If we are to make America great again, we want THE BEST PERSON for the job…regardless of race, gender, or ideology. The gimmicky political crap has not nor will not work anymore. The political corrumption has been exposed for both parties….

      JUST FIND THE BEST PERSON…please?

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  17. eric says:

    get behind our nominee or get left behind…America is on the line and we don’t have time to play politics……America First=soverignty,independence,freedom
    politics as usual=globalism,independence surrendered,soverignty lost….LIBERTY v TYRANNY

    CHOOSE!!!!!!!

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  18. ‘Donald Trump just cracks me up; because I swear at times it’s as if he’s sitting right here amid all of us and merrily commenting along: “Unemployment doubled”; “food stamp use tripled”; “Syrian refugees coming in”… “maybe I should just run for Governor”… …”she’s gotta do a better job”.’

    lol. not funny but funny!
    and look at the photo sd posted: black, white, hispanic, asian supporters behind OUR MAN.

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  19. labrat says:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/05/but_is_trump_nasty_emenoughem.html

    But Trump has the right enemies.

    It will take a lot of people, working together to rescue the country and the culture, to make a difference.

    Abraham Lincoln’s generals kept losing battles to Robert E. Lee’s more agile forces in the first part of the Civil War. Finally, in despair, Lincoln asked “Where can I find a general who fill fight?” The answer was Ulysses S. Grant, who was not a perfect human being.

    American voters have been asking the same question.

    Now we have a general who will fight.

    He’s not just a pretty face. In fact, he’s not even a pretty face.

    But he’s got a good sense of humor, and so far he’s beaten a lot of the competition.

    At some point, if he succeeds, he will need a lot of support from people who share the same basic values. Many voters are skeptical, which is the right thing to be.

    But this is the best chance we’ve had in many years. If Trump is good enough — not perfect, just good enough — he will need a lot of help.

    It’s up to you.

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  20. Bull Durham says:

    Considering that Donald is not pro-alcohol imbibing, Martinez would be rejected on those grounds.
    Then there is her incompetence.
    And finally, she attacked Trump.

    All that is left for her is Rehab Time.
    Sad.

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  21. dbethd says:

    “Donald Trump just cracks me up; because I swear at times it’s as if he’s sitting right here amid all of us and merrily commenting along…” This is exactly how I felt sitting at his rally. I felt as if he was sitting in my living room and we were visiting and trading jokes.

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  22. Pam says:

    For some reason when Trump made the swipe at Martinez, I somehow missed it and found the video of it on the RSB channel. I don’t believe Trump would have said that if she hadn’t taken the unnecessary swipe at him. When you consider all of the lawlessness that took place last night combined with the fact that she didn’t put enough backup in place to be prepared to handle all of the angry moonbats, then you can honestly say she got what she deserved.

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    • Beenthere says:

      “I don’t believe Trump would have said that if she hadn’t taken the unnecessary swipe at him.”———–Absolutely correct!

      We didn’t hear a peep from my dmbss CT governor when Trump was campaigning in the state. And Trump never made a direct reference about him either.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Ya know….usually our Governor, or Lt. Governor go to a lot of different things as an Ambassador of our State.

        This last time, just before SuperTues. when even Bernie came, someone from the Governor’s office was there welcoming them to our State. She/they did not speak, but met beforehand and sat in a dignitary section.

        I’ve been blessed to have been in audience for 4 rallies. The first two were last summer. (There was no secret service yet, and when he stopped at our State Fair, I was able to sit (early bird) literally 5 feet from the podium, shook Trump’s hand, and handed him a binder of documentation.) He had his security; but it was nothing like now.
        Anyway, our Guv was in the audience by the time we were getting ready for Super Tues. and I heard from my local spies that either she, or our Lt.Gov. at least made an appearance when Rubio, Cruz, Bill Clinton (Hillz only would go to Tulsa) Bernie came.

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    • Martin says:

      She got what she deserved. Period.

      Liked by 2 people

  23. Joe says:

    On betting sites, you can “short” a bet if ysomething will not happen. One such thing is her becoming Trumps VP. Basically free money.

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  24. Hillbilly4 says:

    Donald is the new ‘Cinderella Man’ of this era. Don’ take him serious as a real contender, knock him down, throw blow after blow, consider him a lightweight….and then watch as he stands in ring alone. There is no Hollywood writer who could have invented this story. It is the most electrifying event since James Broderick defeated Max Baer. This is even better than the Miracle Mets, better than the US hockey team defeating the mighty Russians. Trump is the real deal – 100% American who bows to no one save God.

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    • singingsoul says:

      I heard on NSN Joe that Cruz is still collecting delegates. His ex adviser said that Cruz still wins over Trump and still get many delegates. They also feel he will not win because Hillary is collecting Hispanics and blacks and Trump only white male. They were critiquing the way he runs his campaign.
      Joe turned out to be a loose lunatic and I am surprised he ever was a Senator. Something is wrong with that guy.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        TRUMP is ONLY 98 hard delegates away from the magic number of 1237. After last night NM will be solidly in his corner just like IL after CHITown. Cubanadian Lyin’ Ted Cruz is wasting his time and others time. He is a LOSER and has ZERO CHANCE of EVER using his the delegates he “purchased”.

        TRUMP’s hard earned nomination WILL BE LOCKED and LOADED on 6/7. Solidly enclosed in all that mob cement he buys. He needs less than 1/3 of the available 303 delegates that day. Less than two weeks to go… 🙂 🙂 🙂

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          WOOT!

          Liked by 1 person

        • Trump starts the day on June 7th with 1139 hard delegates – 98 short of his goal. First up in the Eastern Time Zone is New Jersey (51-delegates winner- take-all); Then comes South Dakota (eastern half of the State in Central Time Zone/Western half in Mountain time, (29 delegates winner-take all). Next up, Montana in Mountain time zone (27 delegates winner-tale all) and New Mexico Mountain time zone (24 delegates proportional with 15% minimum threshold meaning he’ll probably take them all). That’s it!

          He crosses the finish line with with Montana or new Mexico to thank. Finally California is counted in the Pacific time zone (172 delegates proportional and at-large-to-majority winner). I’m predicting that he wins all but 3 delegates in each of the final States, giving him 288 more hard delegates to finish with 1427. Paul Manafort predicted in March that Trump would have more than 1400. Source: http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P16/events.phtml?s=c

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      • WSB says:

        They have pivoted to the General Election. They were nice to Trump when no one was taking him seriously. Now, they are all scared because they know Hillary is losing. So now they dump on Trump.

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    • Hillbilly4 says:

      I goofed up….that was James BRADDOCK…..not Broderick. A 1,000 pardons. I would blame my keyboard, but….!

      Liked by 1 person

  25. freddy says:

    Susan is just a La Raza girl hiding under the GOP umbrella cause she can be a minority star there. In the Dem party she’s just another Latina not particularly bright. He stung her good and I bet it left a mark. I’m waiting for him spank Ryan in public humiliation….

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  26. mamadogsite says:

    Gov. Martinez’s FAILURE to support the Republican nominee screams her loyalty to a minority, she is obviously a never-Trumper, she’s a GOPe (and has been promised something), she knew there would be violence at the rally by her beloved minority, she does not respect law enforcement, and if she was ANY KIND OF A SUCCESSFUL GOVERNOR, she would have run the Soros-backed thugs out of her state.

    Thus, I see that she is not an AMERICA FIRST WOMAN. Shame on you, Shame on you. Shame on you. You are no better than Hillary, (who also, it’s reported, is known to tip a few too many.) Stupid drunk.

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  27. TwoLaine says:

    On the thread last night a lot of people were saying there were a lot of tent city people there. I looked into that this AM. OMG. Just do a search on “Albuquerque tent cities”, and you will immediately have your answer on how bad she is doing.

    Liked by 3 people

  28. Dora says:

    Oooh She’s trying to act tough!

    Liked by 1 person

  29. It’s fitting that the state is called “New Mexico”. Gov. Martinez is nothing more than Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney or Jeb! in a sombrero. If they had their way, the whole country would become “New Mexico”. Considering her “never Trump” position, I thought he handled her with kid gloves.

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  30. Dora says:

    Look who is defending her.

    Liked by 2 people

    • thehourofdecision says:

      Not surprising. Rubio, Ryan, Haley and others don’t realize the populist, common sense conservatism is the future of the GOP, not the old tired, New American Century, free trade, open borders garbage.

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  31. thehourofdecision says:

    Last night CNN and MSNBC commentators were incredulous and aghast that, gasp, heaven forbid Donald Trump lambast the anointed “rising star and future of the Republican Party’ Susanna Martinez. They couldn’t believe that Donald would attack her like he also did the other “leader and future” of the party Nikki Haley. Excuse me, but why are these two women put on a pedestal. They are not of exceptional intelligence, talent, ability, and are not charismatic. They are simply called the future because they are non-white women. I am sick of the identity politics being played by the so called “Right”. Why is Kris Kobach not considered a rising star? He is young, sharp, well spoken and competent. Oh, I forgot he is not the right sex or race. I’m sick of the seeing MSM, academia, and our political establishment laying out a majority/minority, balkanized country as the ONLY future for America. Guess what the melting pot isn’t melting anymore, folks. Thanks to the 1965 Immigration Act, we are fast becoming a divided, broke, failing nation. If we don’t right the ship, the United States will simply cease to exist at some point, with chaos, crime and war in the future. We will slowly become a banana republic and people will never even remember what the United States we grew up in was. Sorry for the rant, but i am so sick of what is going on. Godspeed Donald Trump.

    Liked by 3 people

    • The Boss says:

      The cheerleaders are simply doing their job: Propagandizing. Any wonder the media is viewed as lower then whale poop?

      Liked by 4 people

    • Luck is not all says:

      I don’t mind the melting pot. I hate when they progress in politics or any other social endevour is made upon the fact that they belong to another culture and they glorify it. They are first from that culture and then American. They should consider themselves Americans Period. , leave their own culture for family dinners and behave like a “pure sangue ” American. Thats why I cant stand the two “darlings” : Nikki and Susanna. Nikki banning the Confederate flag offended me very much even though I was not originally born in this country. She didn’t have any right to erase the history of this country.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Luck, what USED to make America a melting pot, is that no matter where you came from, everyone learned to speak English, and conducted all their “business” as such. If they wanted to speak their native tongue at home, that was their business. But legal immigrants from everywhere that came here, spoke a new common language, and interacted with each other all in that new language.

        Twice in the last 10 years, my Senior Senator has put forth a bill to make English the official language. Demonrats have killed it.

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    • redsequin4 says:

      Here’s the problem with Republicrats. They believe the only way to win elections now is to pander to Hispanics because their numbers are rising obviously, mostly due to decades of illegal immigration. But what they’ve forgotten about is middle America. They’ve sold them out, in bad trade deals, by flooding the country with foreigners, which depresses wages, etc., we all know the drill. So it doesn’t occur to them that they don’t need huge numbers of Hispanics, what they need is to capture middle America’s heart, The people who’ve been disenfranchised for so long they don’t even participate in the political process, in other words, the Monster Vote.

      Donald Trump transcends traditional politics That’s why he gets such massive crowds because the American people are listening to him, thinking finally someone is speaking for us, putting America First. And that’s what’s going to win DT the election.

      So of course the elites are upset about the slap on the wrist DT gave Martinez because they’re still stuck in pandering, racial politics. They don’t get it and probably won’t until DT takes the oath of office.

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      • thehourofdecision says:

        I know what you are saying. They rattle on about there not being enough white voters to elect Trump, but they don’t consider the “monster vote” which Sundance writes about (those who dropped out of politics and are now re registering to vote, or those who never even voted because they were disenfranchised). Our country is still around 60% white, so to argue that white people can’t be a group which puts a candidate over the top is nonsense. Also, you are right about the mass immigration, both legal and illegal. The pundits in a round a bout way are saying that white people are dying off and that they are being overpopulated by Hispanics, so this is the future. According to them, this is an irreversible fact that cannot be argued. They never mention that it is the 1965 Immigration Act that caused this whole scenario. They act like it is just a normal turn of events that just spontaneously happened. The powers that be have intentionally altering the demographics of this country and are BRINGING ABOUT THIS “FUTURE”, not only observing it. I believe our country was around 90% white in 1965 and is now 60%. The proponents of the Act said that it would not change the demographics of our nation, but now anyone who argues that it HAS changed it is called a racist and their arguments are drowned out by a stream of slurs hurled at those speaking the truth.We need an immigration moratorium sot that those who have come to this country in the last 50 years can at least be somewhat assimilated. IMO, and not to offend anyone, if European Americans ever become a small minority in this country, this will simply not be the United States in any way, shape or from. The United States is not an abstract “idea” based on “freedom’, “liberty”, etc, but rather a Constitutional Republic formed by the Founding Fathers FOR THEIR PROGENY. I know this is a somewhat taboo subject to breach, but it is important to speak the truth before all is lost.

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        • redsequin4 says:

          I completely agree with everything you articulated so well.
          Ted Kennedy pushed the 1965 immigration act and promised it wouldn’t change the demographics of this country but he blatantly lied. The next big blunder was Reagan signing the Simpson–Mazzoli Act in 1986, which was supposed to give amnesty to 3 million illegals but it turned out to be more than 6 million due to chain migration. That was a HUGE mistake but in all fairness to Reagan it was also tied to building a wall and border security which the elites never allowed to happen. Both parties sold us out. The Dems want a permanent Democrat majority and the Republicans want cheap labor.
          Now illegal immigration isn’t just confined to the border states like California and Arizona, it’s spread throughout the country. We have to ask ourselves what nation surrenders itself to a foreign power without firing a shot? We’ve allowed 50 years of uncontrolled immigration which has changed our culture and way of life. That’s why Donald Trump is striking such a cord because Americans are sick and tired of watching their country turn into a third world nation. And it may not be politically correct to say it but that’s the truth. This election is truly our last chance to turn things around, that’s how important it is. Ann Coulter said it best, and I’m paraphrasing but if we lose in November we won’t be able to go home again.
          But we won’t lose, America is rising up and taking back their country thanks to an amazing human being, our next President, Donald J. Trump!

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  32. Bill Bower says:

    I voted for him today and listening to that my arms were pins and needles listening to that.

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  34. Martinez supports Common Core and Obamacare. She increased spending in New Mexico last year by almost $1 billion or 5.2%. New Mexico has the highest state taxes/capita and highest debt/capita compared to its neighboring states. And these are current numbers, not from 2000. Trump was right. She needs to do a better job.

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