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This one is from Daniel Halper of the Weekly Standard


Jeb Spends $2,884 Per Iowa Vote

Florida governor Jeb Bush received 5,165 votes in Iowa. His vote total constitutes 2.8 percent of the Republican turnout, placing him in sixth place in the Iowa caucus.
Yet no candidate in either party spent more in the race than Bush.
According to MSNBC, Bush spent $14.9 million in Iowa, all coming from Bush’s super PAC. (In fact, if one were to consider national ads and money from the campaign, the total would be significantly more.)
That means, the once Republican frontrunner spent $2,884 per Iowa vote.

WAKE-UP CALL FOR CRUZ SUPPORTERS

ted cruz
I reproduce this one from Roger Stone in its entirety…


Vladimir Lenin said, “There are no morals in politics; there is only expedience. A scoundrel may be of use to us just because he is a scoundrel.”
I can’t think of a better description of Ted Cruz’s relationship with the DC-Wall Street Establishment – Cruz being the scoundrel of course. Cruz’s claim of not being a tool of the political elite is like Bill Clinton telling the world, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.”
Webster’s definition of a scoundrel is a dishonest or unscrupulous person, and Cruz has become quite adroit at saying one thing while his history shows him doing the other. Rather than the outsider he claims to be, Ted Cruz is the ultimate insider, former top Bush 41 policy aide and globalist, Ivy Leaguer, and establishment insider.
Not many conservatives coming out of Princeton and Harvard. “I’m just sayin,’” Ted, as said in the debate.
There is no better example of this than Calgary Ted’s actions surrounding the big Wall Street banks and their secret funding of his political ascension. Cruz has been gorging at the table of the ultimate insider of all insiders – Goldman Sachs and Citibank.
You may recall in a recent Fox Business Network debate that Cruz, in Mr. Haney from Green Acres voice, declared to one of the moderators, “The opening question [moderator Jerry Seib] asked — would you bailout the big banks again — nobody gave you an answer to that. I will give you an answer — absolutely not.”
What else would you expect a scoundrel to say who had secretly secured big sweetheart loans from Goldman and Citibank — by leveraging his retirement accounts –– to fund his 2012 U.S. Senate campaign. Loans which the Calgary Ted conveniently forgot to disclose to the Federal Election Commission. These are the very retirement accounts that he said he and his wife said he cashed in to fund his senate race. In other words, Ted lied.
At the same time Ted’s bulging 2016 campaign accounts and supporting Super-PACs are stuffed with big oil and gas money. He knows how to play the game.
And perhaps the ultimate hypocrisy of the native born Canadian is that his spouse, Heidi, by all accounts a lovely wife and mother, has been employed by Goldman Sachs since 2005. She is on leave as managing director and regional head of private wealth management. Heidi is a proud member of the lefty Council on Foreign Relations, advocates of one world government and the New World Order.
Heidi is not a bit player in the Cruz campaign with those credentials but rather an integral part of the campaign’s fundraising efforts. As reported by CNN last year, “She works the phones the way she worked them when she was at Goldman,” said Chad Sweet, the Cruz campaign’s chairman, who recruited Heidi to work at the giant investment bank.”
Yet we are to believe that the big Wall Street banks have no leverage over Ted Cruz? Why didn’t Heidi Cruz resign from Goldman Sachs instead of taking a leave of absence? That’s like saying Bill Ayers and Saul Alinsky have had no influence on Barack Obama.
The other inside connection that hits one like a baseball bat is the Bush connection. Ted was George W.’s brain when he ran for President. A top policy adviser. Ted maneuvered for Solicitor General in Bush World but settled for a plum at the Federal Trade Commission. Ted’s a Bushman with deep ties to the political and financial establishment.
Ted and Heidi brag about being the first “Bush marriage” – they met as Bush staffers which ultimately led to marriage. Cruz was an adviser on legal affairs while Heidi was an adviser on economic policy and eventually director for the Western Hemisphere on the National Security Council under Condoleezza Rice. Condi helped give us the phony war in Iraq.
Also conveniently missing from Heidi’s Wikipedia bio is her service as Deputy U.S. Trade Representative to USTR head Robert Zoellick. At USTR Heidi worked on U.S.-China trade policy- the one Donald Trump talks about so much.
And Chad Sweet, Ted Cruz’s campaign chairman, is a former CIA officer. Michael Chertoff, George W. Bush’s former Secretary of Homeland Security, hired Sweet from Goldman Sachs to restructure and optimize the flow of information between the CIA, FBI and other members of the national security community and DHS. Chertoff and Sweet co-founded the Chertoff Group upon leaving the administration.
A known tactic of the intelligence community is the use of strategic communications as a “soft power” weapon against it adversaries — the creation of false narratives by the effective use of all media — social, digital, newspaper, print, etc. Combined with denial and deception, it can be a potent force. Glenn Beck and Mark Levin are abetting this.
Despite his ability to lie with a straight face (sadly Nixonian) on his support for amnesty and TPP, he got nailed by Senator Marco Rubio on the debate. Acting like a prick in the U.S. Senate was the core of Ted’s disciplined effort to bury his old school ties and reinvent himself as a modern-day Jesse Helms and supposed Conservative outsider. It’s a ruse.
As we get closer to the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary, Cruz and his establishment puppet masters are engaged in an aggressive strategy against Trump. The false narrative of course being that Cruz is the outsider while Trump is the insider. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
In its most simplistic terms – the power elite have no leverage over Trump – nothing.
Cruz, on the other hand, is the establishment’s quisling, spawned by the Bushes and controlled by Wall Street, who became a strident “outsider” only four years ago.
The U.S. Constitution does not defined “native born” citizen, nor have the courts. That Ted was eligible to run for office as a citizen only 15 months ago is weird. Trump’s right. The Democrats would have a field day with Calgary Ted, the Manchurian, Canadian Candidate.
Don’t get me wrong. Ted Cruz is a smart, canny, talented guy who has run a great “long race” campaign. He aspires to be Reagan but trust me he’s Nixon. Right down the incredible discipline and smarts playing the political game. Ted Cruz is not who he appears to be. As the bible says, “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” In this case we must beware a Canadian bearing gifts.
Written with Paul Nagy

National Review Helps Clear Way For Rubio With War On Trump

The Establishment has found the crack in the door they’ve been hoping for. Now media will help puke their spin to the point of nausea for viewers & listeners.

There was a long and planned process of destroying old right Constitutional conservatism which has unfortunately succeeded. Here’s what happened:

Forty or fifty years ago or more, those who have become leaders in today’s Republican party drifted away from Trotskyism and began to identify themselves as democratic socialists. Still later, under the guise of neo-conservatives, Irving Kristol and William F. Buckley, who emasculated true old right conservatism, slithered into the Republican party as “moderates.” They stole the name of “conservative” and seized intellectual control of the true conservatives, as well as the entire Republican party. I strongly suggest the purchase of John McManus’s well documented and referenced book,William F. Buckley, Pied Piper for the Establishment. Buckley was CFR, CIA agent, Skull and Bonesman from Yale, as well as an invited guest to Bilderberger conferences. [Link]

We must not ignore Leon Trotsky. Trotsky, unlike Stalin and Lenin, favored the slow and patient imposition of Marxist socialism without murders and gulags, yet he had no problem murdering three million Russians. Trotsky wished for the people to “choose” Marxism, rather than having it forced upon them. Irving Kristol, father of Bilderberger, Bill Kristol, stated, “I regard myself as lucky to have been a young Trotskyite and I have not a single bitter memory.”

Dominionists/Reconstructionists desire a Christian theocracy to head the country, a return to old testament laws, (punishment for sin, i.e. stoning in the street for homosexuals, adulterers, etc.) and they believe Christ will not return until they have theocratized the world. Here is a more thorough definition.

National Review’s Kevin Williamson is out promoting his soon-to-be released book entitled, “The Case Against Trump.” A recent news release from a public relations firm pushing Willamson and the book suggests that the book’s “thesis” will present both a condemnation Trump and the plurality of Republican voters who support Trump.

The release reads in part:

THESIS… [Trump] has connected with an under-appreciated strain of right-wing populists, ranging from anti-NAFTA activists to outright white nationalists, by focusing his fire on a single issue—immigration, especially illegal immigration from Mexico and Central America. In this Encounter Broadside book, National Review’s Kevin D. Williamson takes a hard look at the Trump phenomenon, and the failures of the national Republican leadership—and defects in our national character—that gave it life.”

The release suggests that Trump is not a conservative, in part, because “he has a long history of taking views opposed to those of mainstream conservatives and Republicans” such as being “against free trade”. Interestingly, the release does not mention that polls show that among the American electorate, Republican voters are the group most skeptical of free trade— with a nearly five-to-one margin of Republican voters believing that free trade deals slash wages rather than raise them. Indeed, only a minuscule 11% of GOP voters, according to Pew, agree with Williamson’s apparent view that so-called free trade deals will be good for wages— placing his free-trade support far outside the mainstream view of GOP voters, millions of whom have suffered economic devastation as a result of the closure of manufacturing plants across the nation. As the President of the Steelworkers Union recently wrote:

“Unemployed, desperate and despairing, these once-middle-class workers are killing themselves at unconscionable rates with guns, heroin and alcohol-induced cirrhosis… Bread winners couldn’t pay their bills and couldn’t foresee a future when they could. That is because jobs in manufacturing and construction – jobs that had provided middle-class incomes for workers without college degrees for decades – disappeared.”

Williamson’s new book seems to confirm the reporting of Washington Examiner’s Byron York, who recently suggested that an upcoming GOP debate may have a ‘National Review Problem‘. In last week’s column, York noted that the National Review’s participation in the Republican debate may prove problematic given the publication’s anti-Trump bent. York chronicled some of the various instances in which the magazine’s writers— beyond simply Williamson— have decried the GOP frontrunner as, “a witless ape,” “a virus,” and “a low-rent carnival barker.”

While one of the National Review’s flagship writers has authored a book tearing down Mr. Trump, no one at the publication has written a book entitled “The Case Against Rubio,” whose signature policy issue is opposed by at least 92% of GOP voters.

Indeed, National Review’s senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru wrote a recent column which suggests that National Review may have a second bias that could color its participation in the GOP debate—namely, a soft-spot for donor-class favorite

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)

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In a piece entitled, “How Rubio Survives Immigration,” Ponnuru— a so-called “Reformicon” whose movement is closely aligned to Eric Cantor,

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI)

58%
Liberty Score

— implied that Rubio’s troublesome record on immigration is behind him.

Ponnuru writes:

“Will the issue [i.e. immigration] doom him in the presidential primaries? I don’t think so… Rubio explains his record in a way that might mollify many of the soft opponents of the bill. He says that while he was making a good-faith effort, he underestimated the public’s distrust of Washington’s ability to solve the problem in one giant bill and now understands that trust in enforcement has to be earned well before any path to legalization or citizenship.”

Yet, as Breitbart News has reported, and as

Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL)

82%

recently stated, Rubio has not changed any of his policy positions on immigration.

The assertion that Rubio’s immigration bill— which would have issued 33 million new green cards in the span of a single decade— was part of a “good-faith effort” to resolve the nation’s immigration crisis, represents a marked shift for the publication, which once published an article that accused the young senator of “lying” in order to “fool voters” into passing “the Left’s objective” on immigration.

Ponnuru declares that Rubio’s position on immigration won’t be “a deal breaker” for Republican voters, writing: “Rubio doesn’t need Ann Coulter’s vote to win the nomination.”

Ponnuru leaves out the reporting of National Review’s own Reihan Salam, who observed that “only 7 percent of Republicans favor… an increase” in immigration, as Rubio does. In other words, it’s not just Ann Coulter, Rubio would be spurning— but more than 9 in 10 GOP voters.

Even liberal outlets like MSNBC have come to understand just how much of a “deal breaker” this issue is for GOP voters— contrary to Ponnuru’s assertion. As Rachel Maddow’s producer Steve Benen observes:

“If I were a Republican presidential candidate, and I were at all worried about Rubio, I’d probably repeat one talking point every minute of every day: ‘Marco Rubio partnered with liberal Democrats to write Obama’s ‘amnesty’ bill.’ For the GOP base, the bipartisan immigration reform package is truly despised – it’s right up there with ‘Obamacare’ – and yet one of the party’s leading presidential candidates is one of the bill’s authors.

Ponnuru, however, is not alone at National Review in his favorable coverage of the young Senator.

Former opinion editor, Patrick Brennan wrote several positive pieces about Marco Rubio before he eventually left National Review to take on an official position on Rubio’s campaign.

In a piece entitled, “Rubio’s New Immigration Plan Sounds Pretty Good,” Brennan dismissed CBS’ Bob Schieffer legitimate question about whether a President Rubio would sign the Gang of Eight legislation into law. Brennan describes this as “an odd question” and notes that “the ideas [Rubio] offered Schieffer sound worthy” and “soun[d] pretty good”. Brennan does not mention, as other reports did, that Rubio dodged the question entirely, telling Schieffer, “that’s a hypothetical.” Brennan instead writes about Rubio’s declaration that we need a visa tracking system. Brennan does not mention the fact that Rubio voted down an amendment that would add a visa tracking system to Obama’s immigration bill.

Similarly, after Rubio’s first debate performance, National Review’s Jim Geraghty wrote: “Marco Rubio was really, really good tonight. Shining.”

The National Review has rapturously intoned over even the most banal and, at times, nonsensical responses from Rubio. In the first debate, Rubio was lobbed a softball question, to which his stumbling answer included these four lines, “God has blessed our country. This country has been extraordinarily blessed. And we have honored that blessing. And that’s why God has continued to bless us.” However, the National Review praised Rubio’s response to the softball question writing, “Marco Rubio got the best reviews, and deserved them. Even when Megyn Kelly threw him a baffling question— essentially asking him to say something about God and veterans simultaneously— he pulled it off, saying that God had blessed us with our veterans.”

National Review’s Charlie Cooke has similarly been trilling over Marco Rubio. During the second GOP debate, Cooke tweeted:

“Oh look, a solid policy answer. More Rubio please.”

“Rubio gets the biggest applause of the night.”

“Trump is no match for Rubio, who actually… knows things.”

As a non-citizen immigrant who cannot yet vote in U.S elections, Cooke’s Rubio-boosting raises the moral question of whether it’s ethical for a foreign national to come to the United States and prop up a presidential candidate whose signature agenda item, according to his own publication, “does not serve the economic interests of the United States.” Interestingly, the National Review has been critical of Jorge Ramos, a foreign national who— after arriving in the United States— has advocated for open borders.

While National Review‘s editor Rich Lowry recently acknowledged Rubio’s troublesome record on immigration, Lowry leaves the door open for Rubio to run even as he continues to push Obama’s immigration agenda. Lowry does not inform his readers that in recent months, Rubio has indicated support for giving green cards—and thus citizenship and welfare— to illegal aliens, expanding refugee resettlement, massively increasing the number of H-1B visa issuances, and declaring that his “ideal” plan is to leave Obama’s unconstitutional 2012 executive amnesty in place while pushing for legislative amnesty.

While National Review has published the occasional glancing criticism of Rubio, it generally appears in a broader context of a great openness to a Rubio candidacy. It is notable that the publication would so aggressively write off Trump while remaining open to a Rubio Presidency, given that Rubio would be in a better position than anyone to— in words once used by Rich Lowry— “pu[t] a stake through [the] heart” of National Review‘s immigration platform.

Indeed, the seemingly publication-wide soft-spot for Rubio’s candidacy is a dramatic turnabout for a magazine, which once featured as its cover story a picture of Rubio with the headline “Rubio’s Folly”. In the cover story, National Review laid out the repeated false statements Rubio made to National Review and every other conservative outlet on behalf of Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin.

The magazine’s then-Washington editor explained that Rubio was the “linchpin for [the Gang of Eight’s] success” because he was “beloved by most conservatives”. Rubio used the trust conservatives had placed in him to “assuage” and “sooth[e] conservatives’ anxiety” and opposition to Obama’s immigration agenda.

“Unless [Rubio’s] an idiot, which I do not think to be the case, he’s trying to fool voters, not persuade them,” read an article in the National Review. It continued: “First, [Rubio repeats] a familiar talking point: the bill doesn’t provide amnesty. For crisssake, of course it’s amnesty! Stop lying!”

Rich Lowry even declared “The next time I hear a Republican strategist or a Republican politician say that there are jobs that Americans won’t do, that person should be shot, he should be hanged, he should be wrapped in a carpet and thrown in the Potomac River.”

Yet this is precisely what Rubio’s aides said when explaining why Rubio was committed to admitting even more foreign labor into the country. When the New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza asked why Rubio’s plan would give away unfilled jobs to imported foreign labor rather than helping get unemployed Americans back to work, a Rubio aide said, “One of the problems you have with this, ‘Oh there’s American workers who are unemployed.’ There are American workers who, for lack of a better term, can’t cut it. There shouldn’t be a presumption that every American worker is a star performer. There are people who just can’t get it, can’t do it, don’t want to do it. And so you can’t obviously discuss that publicly because–.” At which point another Rubio aide jumped in asserting, “But the same is true for the high-skilled worker.” To which, the first Rubio aide replied, “Yes, and the same is true across every sector, in government, in everything.”

What makes National Review’s praise for even Rubio’s most anodyne political clichés interesting is that – assuming Pat Buchanan is correct in his assertion that immigration is “the issue of the 21st century”— National Review is boosting a candidate who stands diametrically opposed to their editorial position on this defining national question.

National Review even published a cover story in 1997 called “Electing a New People,” warning that the ongoing green card gusher would turn America increasingly blue. Rubio’s immigration plan called for tripling the number of green cards, a position he has never backed down from.

In fact, only a few months ago, Rubio introduced a bill that would essentially lift the university green card caps and triple the number of guest workers admitted on H-1B visas to replace American workers at lower cost.

And just a few months ago, Rubio announced his support for importing even more Muslim refugees into the country, on top of the existing clip of about 280,000 annual temporary and permanent Muslim migrants let into the U.S. According to Pew, only 11% of U.S. Muslims identify as Republicans or lean-Republican. Half, according to a recent poll, would trade the U.S. constitution for Sharia.

In an attempt to elucidate the reason for the publication’s shift, Breitbart News reached out to National Review’s Charlie Cooke and asked if he could think of any reason why Republican voters should trust Rubio given his record on immigration.

Breitbart asked:

“Given Rubio’s multitudinous misrepresentations about the contents of his Gang of Eight bill; given his support for a new immigration bill which would substantially increase immigration; and given the pro-amnesty billionaires who are funding his campaign— can you think of a single compelling reason why voters should believe that, if elected, Rubio would not seek to enact the entirety of the Gang of Eight immigration agenda[?]”

Cooke refused to answer: “This is an odd question to ask me. Like all the other candidates, Rubio has made his position on this issue clear. One either believes him or one doesn’t,” Cooke said in an email.

So eager was Cooke to promote Rubio that Cooke jettisoned his own publication’s reporting on the economic harms of mass immigration.

Breitbart News asked Cooke about recent studies showing all net job gains going to foreign workers. Cooke responded by citing a Washington Post fact check and insisted, “the picture you have painted in your question is an extreme one. The claim that all jobs have gone to foreign workers rests upon clever phrasing and simply doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.”

Yet, National Review has published multiple news articles and opinion pieces documenting the finding that all job gains among the working-age between 2000 and 2014 were netted by immigrant labor. [See: here, here, here, here, here, and here]. Cooke is essentially contradicting his publication’s own reporting.

In fact, as Breitbart News has previously reported, the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that between the beginning of the recession in December of 2007 and March of 2015, all net employment gains— among workers aged 16 years old and over— went to foreign workers. In December 2007, the number of foreign workers was 22,810,000. In March of 2015, the number of foreign workers was 24,937,000, which means foreign workers gained 2.1 million new jobs. In the same time frame, the number of native-born workers decreased from 123,524,000 in December 2007 to 122,698,000 million in March 2015—or a decline of 826,000 among native workers. During this time period, the total native population, aged 16 years and older, increased by more than 11 million, even though the number of native workers fell.

Cooke has promoted Rubio even despite his own acknowledgement— in an interview at Freedom Fest in Las Vegas, Nevada— that Rubio’s position on immigration has not changed. When Breitbart News noted in the interview that Rubio still supports every little bit of the “Gang of Eight” amnesty bill, Cooke agreed: “Right.”

Cooke continued:

“But let’s put policy aside for a moment, he’s clearly thought through his positions. He can speak on them fluently. He can engage a room. He is a self-deprecating man, which is always useful in politics…There’s something likable about Marco Rubio—that can be used to his advantage. I have my own issues with him on immigration. His foreign policy is probably slightly too hawkish and I don’t like his tax plan as much as others. Maybe the question for Republicans eventually is which is the candidate that can win and deliver 60 to 70 percent of what we want rather than a Hillary Clinton administration that may replace Justice Scalia with another Ruth Bader Ginsburg? So, I’m up on Rubio overall though I have my disagreements. I’m certainly pleased that he is a face of the Republican Party.”

In effect, what Cooke is saying is that while Rubio has similar policies to a Jeb, Cooke feels like Rubio will be better able to sell amnesty and globalist trade pacts and get them enacted.

This sentiment was recently echoed by New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait who wrote, “Marco Rubio has carved out a valuable niche in the Republican field as the candidate who will carry out the agenda of the party’s donor base, but who has the identity and communication skills to sell that agenda more effectively.”

As one hill aide told Breitbart News: “Conservatives stopped George Bush’s amnesty bill, they stopped Barack Obama’s amnesty bill, and they could stop Hillary Clinton’s amnesty bill, but there is no scenario in which President Marco Rubio’s amnesty bill isn’t signed into law.”

It is interesting that while the publication seems delighted to heap accolades upon Rubio— a candidate who has demonstrated a willingness to repeatedly make materially false factual representations to them without any seeming compunction—the publication has been extremely critical of Donald Trump, as Byron York observed. In fact, the National Review has even gone after Trump’s blue-collar supporters who have no social power and whose kids are likely to face an uphill climb getting into universities, getting jobs, and achieving stable incomes and retirements if Rubio’s immigration policy were put into effect.

As Cooke admitted in a recent column, he finds the thought of a Trump presidency more disturbing than the disenfranchisement of millions of conservative Americans whose votes will be further drowned out by an influx of migrants who favor big government policies.

“Do you know what’s worse than the possibility that demographic change will shift the American psyche over time?” Cooke writes. “Hillary Clinton in office in 2017; Joe Biden in office in 2017; Donald Trump in office in 2017.”

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Poll: Half of Floridians say Bush, Rubio should drop out

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BY JESSE BYRNES FOR THEHILL.COM

Almost 50 percent of Florida voters say that former Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio should end their respective bids for the Republican presidential nomination, according to a new poll.

A survey from the left-leaning Public Policy Polling (PPP) finds that 47 percent of voters in the Sunshine State say Bush should drop out, while 40 percent say he should stick with it.

Forty-eight percent also say Rubio should drop out, while 42 percent say the senator, who has opted to run for president instead of seeking a second term in the Senate, should not drop out of the race.

A similar survey from the polling outfit released last week found that 78 percent of Republicans in South Carolina thought Sen. Lindsey Graham should end his 2016 GOP bid.

Bush and Rubio are thought to be top contenders for the GOP nomination, but are polling in single digits nationally behind billionaire businessman Donald Trump and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson.

In the latest poll of Florida, which holds its primaries in mid-March, Trump is supported by 28 percent of GOP primary voters, followed by Carson (17 percent), Bush (13 percent) and Rubio (10 percent).

On the Democratic side, the latest PPP poll finds continued support for front-runner Hillary Clinton, who takes 55 percent support in the state despite struggling in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Clinton is followed in Florida by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) at 18 percent and Vice President Joe Biden, who is still considering jumping into the presidential race, at 17 percent.

Trump and Clinton’s front-runner statuses were also seen in a Gravis Marketing poll also released on Monday.

The PPP survey of 814 Florida voters was conducted Sept. 11 to Sept. 13 via phone and the Internet with a margin of error of 3.4 points, while the margin of error for the 377 GOP and 368 Democratic primary voters is 5.1 points.

 

Murdock, Beck & Erickson – Trying to Destroy the Trump Card

By  REPOSTED FROM IDJACKSON.NET

Why is the Republican Party attacking Donald Trump and Ted Cruz? Could the Old Republican and Chamber of Commerce establishment fear they’re about to lose their cushy jobs and the support of American people? It is good to remember that a small group of people can in fact change the World – remember the Nazarene..

Birds of a Feather?? Jeb Bush, Rupert Murdoch and Valarie Jarrett
Birds of a Feather?? Jeb Bush, Rupert Murdoch and Valarie Jarrett

.Two men, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are exposing the Republican and Democratic Parties – they are taking a stand with the American populace because they love their Country and want America to be great once again! Let’s talk about Trump today and tomorrow discuss the brave patriot, Ted Cruz.

Maybe it’s time to investigate those who oppose Donald Trump. Do they hate him because he has exposed their years of corruption in our Government abusing and misusing Americans? Is it because Donald is an outsider and not a politician? Maybe the real truth behind the extreme criticism of Donald is because Republicans, lobbyists and the Chamber of Commerce don’t own him nor can they buy him off behind closed doors.

Cheap Shot from the “Cheap Seats”
Cheap Shot from the “Cheap Seats”

Let’s start with George Will who not only exhibits an extreme hatred of Donald, but Will stoops so low as to attack Trump’s supporters. George Will recently described Donald’s supporters as the vulgar, unwashed masses. Will backed up his statement about Donald’s supporters saying they’re “incapable of cognitive thought or rational argument.”

So let’s just slap a big Pinocchio on George Will, because the bottom line is his wife works for Scott Walker and remember George detested Ronald Reagan, so one could easily plaster his face with Pinocchios.

Shhhh, shhhh – looks like George has joined the Democrats (party of demonization, racial slurs, and vulgarity.)

Next would be the one called Erick Erickson the master of pot stirring, name calling and hatred of women. The story goes that he ‘uninvited” Donald Trump to his event in Atlanta.

Woman Demonizer
Woman Demonizer

 

Erickson said, “There are even lines blunt talkers and unprofessional politicians should not cross. Decency is one of those lines.” He’s referring to Donald’s Trump’s comment about Megyn Kelly.

Me thinks this is the “Pot calling the kettle black.” This is the same Erickson that called our first lady a “Marxist harpy.” Gave a below the belt pot shot at Wendy Davis (Texas Politician) calling Wendy “Abortion Barbie.” Erick has an intense dislike for women (especially intelligent ones) – poor Carly Forina, Erickson will stoop to any low to keep Carly out of the Presidential mix.

Bottomline on this, if Donald had been referring to Megyn’s time of the month, than that’s exactly what the man would have said – he’s known for his extreme bluntness and Trump wouldn’t have hesitated to say that on National TV. Martin Pengelly, August 8, 2015,the Guardian.

Last night 8/16/2015 Glenn Beck (Rupert Murdoch’s water boy) appeared on the Hannity show and proceeded to vilify and demonize Donald Trump. Why has Beck decided to enter the Trump fray?

Murdock’s Water Boy
Murdock’s Water Boy

 

Probably the only reason Beck is throwing his weight around is his close ties to Rupert Murdoch. Beck was Murdoch’s community organizer during the tea party era. What a tangled web of politics as usual.

We have Rupert Murdoch at the forefront trying to force Ailes (Fox News) to ban Trump, because Murdoch has his own candidates in mind Bush, Bush, Bush followed by Kasich and maybe Chris Christie.

Ailes refused to bow to Murdoch’s demands on demonizing Trump so Murdoch pulled one more bunny out of his hat (Glenn Beck) in an attempt to remove Donald Trump from his run for President in 2016. Thumbs up to Sean Hannity, he graciously allowed Beck on his program last night, but Sean didn’t budge to the usual Beck “Better than thou” philosophy.

So we get down to the nitty gritty of what is really going on behind closed doors. Roger Ailes (Chairman & CEO, of Fox News) is a business man and knows in order to maintain Fox’s ratings banning Trump from FOX would be a very bad business move.

Murdoch also a very prominent business person realizes that Trump is derailing his plans to endorse Bush, Kasich or Christie, so Murdoch is calling in all of the junk yard dogs to do his dirty work.

The Murdoch, Beck and Ailes saga boils down to one thing money and politics as usual. But, it’s going to take more than money to remove the “Donald.” Trump is an outsider, he’s not politically correct, he’s brash, arrogant and not a man owned by Washington.

Trump has identified the critical problems that are weakening our Nation and he’s awakened the “silent majority.” Trump is Trump – that’s it in a nutshell and he’s not about to change. He loves his Country and wants to help make America great again. Trump isn’t trying to make this a one man show; he’s already identifying men and women who will work with him if he wins the Presidential seat.

Will Americans be strong and determined enough to chuck the race card and stand shoulder to shoulder to fight for their children and their Nation? Or will they succumb to the “political machine” that is made up of corrupt politicians (Republicans & Democrats,) lobbyists, special interest groups and the Murdocks, Ericksons, Roves, and false ideologists?

Only time will tell, but all Americans are being given one more chance to restore their Nation, “AS ONE NATION UNDER GOD WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL.” May God bless America.

As Always,

Little Tboca

Murdock, Beck & Erickson – Trying to Destroy the Trump Card

By  REPOSTED FROM IDJACKSON.NET
Why is the Republican Party attacking Donald Trump and Ted Cruz? Could the Old Republican and Chamber of Commerce establishment fear they’re about to lose their cushy jobs and the support of American people? It is good to remember that a small group of people can in fact change the World – remember the Nazarene..

Birds of a Feather?? Jeb Bush, Rupert Murdoch and Valarie Jarrett
Birds of a Feather?? Jeb Bush, Rupert Murdoch and Valarie Jarrett

.Two men, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are exposing the Republican and Democratic Parties – they are taking a stand with the American populace because they love their Country and want America to be great once again! Let’s talk about Trump today and tomorrow discuss the brave patriot, Ted Cruz.
Maybe it’s time to investigate those who oppose Donald Trump. Do they hate him because he has exposed their years of corruption in our Government abusing and misusing Americans? Is it because Donald is an outsider and not a politician? Maybe the real truth behind the extreme criticism of Donald is because Republicans, lobbyists and the Chamber of Commerce don’t own him nor can they buy him off behind closed doors.

Cheap Shot from the “Cheap Seats”
Cheap Shot from the “Cheap Seats”

Let’s start with George Will who not only exhibits an extreme hatred of Donald, but Will stoops so low as to attack Trump’s supporters. George Will recently described Donald’s supporters as the vulgar, unwashed masses. Will backed up his statement about Donald’s supporters saying they’re “incapable of cognitive thought or rational argument.”
So let’s just slap a big Pinocchio on George Will, because the bottom line is his wife works for Scott Walker and remember George detested Ronald Reagan, so one could easily plaster his face with Pinocchios.
Shhhh, shhhh – looks like George has joined the Democrats (party of demonization, racial slurs, and vulgarity.)
Next would be the one called Erick Erickson the master of pot stirring, name calling and hatred of women. The story goes that he ‘uninvited” Donald Trump to his event in Atlanta.

Woman Demonizer
Woman Demonizer

 
Erickson said, “There are even lines blunt talkers and unprofessional politicians should not cross. Decency is one of those lines.” He’s referring to Donald’s Trump’s comment about Megyn Kelly.
Me thinks this is the “Pot calling the kettle black.” This is the same Erickson that called our first lady a “Marxist harpy.” Gave a below the belt pot shot at Wendy Davis (Texas Politician) calling Wendy “Abortion Barbie.” Erick has an intense dislike for women (especially intelligent ones) – poor Carly Forina, Erickson will stoop to any low to keep Carly out of the Presidential mix.
Bottomline on this, if Donald had been referring to Megyn’s time of the month, than that’s exactly what the man would have said – he’s known for his extreme bluntness and Trump wouldn’t have hesitated to say that on National TV. Martin Pengelly, August 8, 2015,the Guardian.
Last night 8/16/2015 Glenn Beck (Rupert Murdoch’s water boy) appeared on the Hannity show and proceeded to vilify and demonize Donald Trump. Why has Beck decided to enter the Trump fray?

Murdock’s Water Boy
Murdock’s Water Boy

 
Probably the only reason Beck is throwing his weight around is his close ties to Rupert Murdoch. Beck was Murdoch’s community organizer during the tea party era. What a tangled web of politics as usual.
We have Rupert Murdoch at the forefront trying to force Ailes (Fox News) to ban Trump, because Murdoch has his own candidates in mind Bush, Bush, Bush followed by Kasich and maybe Chris Christie.
Ailes refused to bow to Murdoch’s demands on demonizing Trump so Murdoch pulled one more bunny out of his hat (Glenn Beck) in an attempt to remove Donald Trump from his run for President in 2016. Thumbs up to Sean Hannity, he graciously allowed Beck on his program last night, but Sean didn’t budge to the usual Beck “Better than thou” philosophy.
So we get down to the nitty gritty of what is really going on behind closed doors. Roger Ailes (Chairman & CEO, of Fox News) is a business man and knows in order to maintain Fox’s ratings banning Trump from FOX would be a very bad business move.
Murdoch also a very prominent business person realizes that Trump is derailing his plans to endorse Bush, Kasich or Christie, so Murdoch is calling in all of the junk yard dogs to do his dirty work.
The Murdoch, Beck and Ailes saga boils down to one thing money and politics as usual. But, it’s going to take more than money to remove the “Donald.” Trump is an outsider, he’s not politically correct, he’s brash, arrogant and not a man owned by Washington.
Trump has identified the critical problems that are weakening our Nation and he’s awakened the “silent majority.” Trump is Trump – that’s it in a nutshell and he’s not about to change. He loves his Country and wants to help make America great again. Trump isn’t trying to make this a one man show; he’s already identifying men and women who will work with him if he wins the Presidential seat.
Will Americans be strong and determined enough to chuck the race card and stand shoulder to shoulder to fight for their children and their Nation? Or will they succumb to the “political machine” that is made up of corrupt politicians (Republicans & Democrats,) lobbyists, special interest groups and the Murdocks, Ericksons, Roves, and false ideologists?
Only time will tell, but all Americans are being given one more chance to restore their Nation, “AS ONE NATION UNDER GOD WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL.” May God bless America.
As Always,
Little Tboca

Trump: “If I’m Going Down, Then Bush Is Going Down with Me”

FINGER

An informal adviser and friend of Donald Trump reportedly quoted the billionaire real estate tycoon and presidential candidate as saying, “If I’m going down, then Bush is going down with me. He’s not going to be president of the United States.”

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Close and Cozy – Jeb Rupert and Valerie

Making the rounds on Facebook, this one is a keeper!

WHY FOX NEWS ORDERED “CODE RED” ON DONALD TRUMP?

Jeb Rupert & Valerie
 

Bill Clinton Tells Jeb Bush, “This Trump Thing Will Be Taken Care Of.”

REPOSTED FROM DCWHISPERS.COM
Just a few weeks earlier GOP 2016 candidate Jeb Bush was sitting atop nearly every Republican presidential poll as he used his family name, media contacts, and a still formidable and long-standing Bush dynasty fundraising machine to place himself as the prospective favorite among a growing list of White House hopefuls.
Then Donald Trump arrived and now Jeb Bush is quietly but urgently telling those around him that something must be done to diminish the sudden popularity of the New York billionaire.
JEBBY
Initially during Mr. Trump’s rise in the polls the Bush team was dismissive, declaring it a momentary blip. As days turned to weeks though, and Trump supporters appear to be multiplying at a pace that even has people associated with the Trump campaign surprised, the Bush 2016 operation is now openly declaring it wants help with the what is being called, “The Trump problem.”
The call for help has even been issued to Jeb Bush’s seeming Democratic rival – Team Clinton. Apparently Bush operatives believe that between the two political dynasties and their many supporters among the Mainstream Media and corporate business world, the Trump threat can be quickly terminated before it grows into a legitimate challenge to the seemingly pre-determined Bush vs Clinton 2016 showdown.
A D.C. Whispers source put it this way:
“It’s said that Hillary Clinton wants nothing to do with Donald Trump. To most they just call him a clown, but privately they’re afraid of him. The Clinton team doesn’t fear Jeb Bush because they know what they are up against and that lack of fear is mutual among the Bush operation as well. They both run in similar circles politically and financially, so it’s a choice of shades of the same color and that’s how they want to keep it.”
Apparently Jeb Bush’s focus on “The Donald” has become quite personal. Bush is said to be “deeply disappointed” that the media and corporate attacks on Mr. Trump have only made the outspoken billionaire’s appeal to voters that much stronger. It is a political dynamic for which Bush political operatives are increasingly confused and concerned over.
Those concerns were said to be given some salve in the form of assurances from Bill Clinton during a personal call he had with Jeb Bush two days earlier. While most of that conversation remains private, Jeb did share with others that the former president reminded the would-be presidential hopeful that, “a lot of this Trump thing will be taken care of during your debates, if not sooner.”
bILLY BOY
As for Donald Trump, he recently held a news conference in Los Angeles with some who have lost family members to crimes committed by those who entered the United States illegally. Several of those at the conference declared to the media that Mr. Trump was, “the only politician listening to us.” The Mainstream Media has largely refused to report on the event.
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Mr. Trump is later scheduled to appear at a legal immigration rally in Phoenix, Arizona later today that is estimated to have nearly 10,000 supporters attend. Several far-left open border groups have initiated nationwide anti-Trump protests with money that is alleged to having been funneled to them by political donors from BOTH the Clinton and Bush camps.
DUMP
Note the AnswerLA signs – a group funded by many of the same donors as support the Clinton Foundation – including the infamous George Soros…

Read more at http://dcwhispers.com/bill-clinton-tells-jeb-bush-this-trump-thing-will-be-taken-care-of/#OMcsyfeZUKxXI64w.99
 
 
 
 
 

We must STOP JEB BUSH NOW!

I am refusing to vote in the next election if the elitist Republican jerks force Jeb Bush on us as the Republican General Election candidate. I for one have had it up to here (Imagine) with these dictators and Ivy League losers. What a waste of education funds, training up Globalist phony FREE TRADERS who sell America out at every turn. They need to hear us loud and clear – NO BUSH – NO WAY. Dumb @$$ Democrats will vote for Hillary Clinton no matter what. If she went Lizzy Borden on new born babies – These Morally Bankrupt Democrats would still vote for her… Republicans better wake up! On Jeb Bush – Call, write letters to the editor of your newspapers… Tell them you will NOT SHOW UP if Bush is their man in 2016
 
stop jeb .