OK, so Donald Trump is not a conservative. At least not as defined by the self-proclaimed pristine conservatives of the never Trump bunch. I get it. But, neither are they except for purposes of pontification. Answer some questions for me. What have those prima donnas – those annoying people with inflated views of their own talent or importance – done for me lately? What have they done for Americans lately other than look down their noses at the unwashed masses – us voters? During the past seven years, which conservative principle did they collectively stand on? For which ones were they ready to pay more than lip-service? Any? These boys and girls who swore they would fix things if we just put them in charge, learned to roll over quicker than you could chuck them a doggie treat or a bale of cash. Then they wonder aloud why any thinking American would be attracted to a non-politician who promises to secure our borders and right our sinking ship of trade allowing for some of those 94 million who are not in the workforce to possibly have work. Is that a foreign concept to the snoots? People wanting to work? Is it odd that Americans across the landscape of ideologies might be drawn to a man who is offering Americans a shot at restoration rather than fundamental transformation?
They did a few things for me I guess. They have caused me to refine the list of radio people to whom I will no longer listen – the self-absorbed bat crap crazy ones bordering mental illness or total implosion. Maybe they should just have one song in their bumper rotation, The Eve of Destruction.
The world is coming to an end so go to my sponsors and by a year’s worth of survival food, a solar generator and a freeze drying machine. The economy will never recover so go to my other sponsor and buy gold. Yes! Get it now before it is too late. They helped me identify the faces and voices that cause me to hit the mute button or switch the television channel. They have helped me to know the publications to avoid unless I need flooring for the bird cage. They have clearly pointed out for me (and anyone else whose paying attention) the Washington politicians who are wholly owned and answering not to the American people.
Trump is not a liberal either. Nor do I think you can call him a moderate. I do not think you can hang upon him a political ideology. He is a nationalist maybe or he is just a straight talking person that gives the snobocracy the vapors. And if I may ask, what is exactly wrong about putting American first? Unless of course you are an anti-American with a head full of progressive communist drivel. Or, you do not want a man in the Whitehouse who knows where the bodies are buried and how businesses in this country have to grease the right political palms. One who just might slow the flow of the money spigot?
The Speaker of the House will not endorse the presumptive nominee of his own party. He wants to buck the will of the majority of the Republican voters. That is quite interesting. I wonder how much his cash flow has been during his tour as our public servant and from whose reservoir. Now they are huddling in the dark corners around Sodom on the Potomac to discuss a third party run to keep Trump from winning the presidency. The Department of Justice is probably not going to indict Mrs. Clinton since they are very busy trying to force the state of North Carolina to allow grown men who think they are women to use the bathroom with little girls. So, she will be the nominee. A third party bid generated by the snobocracy will ensure a Clinton presidency, which to them means business as usual. Theirs not ours. Then those pure and pristine conservatives will have provided her the hammer with which she can drive home the last nails into the coffin of freedom. History and Americans will assign the correct level of responsibility.
The fight is on and I do not think it is a choice of the lesser of evils. The choice is between resuscitating our country or unplugging it from life support.
I hate to say it again, but I trust Vlad the impaler more than my own C.I.C. I remember Trump was asked about Syria, and he said he’d prefer to sit back and let Vlad handle it. Think about it. In one month Putin had the ISIS scum cutting their beards off and fleeing by the thousands crying for mommy. On the other hand in over a year under the ever watchful eye of obama they have gained more territory, men, gun, and money.
Folks these rag tag mutts started out with about 50 Toyota pickup trucks with .50 cals mounted on them. I remember then saying something was wrong with this picture. Now look at them. I know in my gut we have created these monsters. ~Steve~
Trump picks Putin as running mate, jokes Kasich.
Republican jumps into absurdity in attempt to take down Donald.
Don’t believe everything you hear in this 2016 presidential election cycle.
Especially when it’s news about Donald Trump coming from his competition who are among the bottom-feeders in the polls.
Case in point is a phony news release this weekend from John Kasich’s campaign, stating Trump has finally decided on his running mate.
“In a bold and visionary move characteristic of everything he does, today terrific billionaire Donald Trump named Russian President Vladimir Putin as his running mate in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign,” the faux press release said. “Trump pledged that together with Putin he would ‘Make Tyranny Great Again.’”
“I think I would just get along very well with Vladimir Putin. I just think so. People say what do you mean? I just think we would,” said Trump in the fake release.
Seems about right. 🙂
The paper, issued just days after Trump and Putin exchanged courteous remarks about each other, indicates Putin “readily accepted Trump’s offer” to be vice president, saying the businessman is “a really brilliant and talented person, without a doubt … he’s the absolute leader in the presidential race.”
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The Kasich campaign also posted video of a phony news report about the running-mate announcement, containing some real quotations from Trump along with a bare-chested image of Putin.
Bloomberg Politics Managing Editor Mark Halperin stated that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has “reached a turning point” where the “establishment candidates” think he can win Iowa, “most” believe he can win the nomination, and “a significant number think he could win the White House” on Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Halperin was asked his writing that “Most importantly, we’ve reached a turning point with Trump, the major establishment campaigns of both parties now think Trump could win Iowa, and most of them think he could win the nomination, and a significant number think he could win the White House.” And that the campaigns were in “full freak out mode.”
He said, “Trump may not end up as the nominee, but right now, he’s changed the race, not just leading in the Fox poll, but coming to the fair. I’ve been to the fair with Barack Obama at his peak, Sarah Palin at her peak, with other candidates, George Bush. The reception Trump got here was not just about celebrity. I walked with him for 45 minutes after the helicopter ride, he came to the fair, and people were yelling things to him with passion. ‘Save us,’ ‘You’re the only one who can stop Hillary,’ ‘Thank you for making America great again.’ The other campaigns — the other leading Republican campaigns, monitored Trump’s behavior here. And that was part, along with the Fox poll, and along with the developments of the last couple of weeks, of them saying, as you just quoted, they now believe Trump can win Iowa.”
Host Joe Scarborough then remarked, “that really changes everything in this campaign about how they react to him.” Halperin agreed with this point.
As promised, Donald Trump released a comprehensive immigration reform plan over the weekend. In it, the presidential candidate lays out how he would have Mexico pay for a wall along the border. He also calls for an end to birthright citizenship for the children of those in the country illegally.
In discussing the topic of illegal immigration on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday, Trump told Chuck Todd that he would rescind President Obama’s executive orders on immigration and send illegal immigrants back to their home countries.
“We’re going to keep the families together…but they have to go,” he said.
Todd followed up, asking the candidate, “What if they have no place to go?”
“We will work with them,” Trump said. “They have to go. Chuck, we either have a country, or we don’t have a country.”
BY JOE KOVACS FOR WND
With Fox News televising a debate among Republican candidates this Thursday, radio host Rush Limbaugh thinks Donald Trump may “blow up” the event with “fireworks” because of its “stale, stupid” formula.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if Trump’s objective is to blow up this whole format, because it’s predictable, it’s stale,” Limbaugh said Monday on his national broadcast. “I think at some point, Trump’s just gonna say how stupid he thinks this is, and how unproductive he thinks this is.”
“He’ll talk about how it’s not productive toward choosing a candidate, that it just muddies the waters and it doesn’t give anybody enough time to do anything, and there’s no way that all 10 people can personally interact with each other. Then you’ve got the moderators trying to interject and keep control of the thing, and trying to make names for themselves, too, even though they deny that.”
Limbaugh noted Trump might break out of the format after he thinks he’s scored a big point.
“I don’t think he would do this if he thinks he’s not doing well,” he explained.
“I think he would only do something like this from a position of perceived strength and he would basically start lambasting the whole format and say, ‘You know what? This is what’s wrong with choosing a president! What does this got to do with anything? We’re all up here, everybody knows that nine out of 10 of these people aren’t going anywhere. What are we doing here? This is crazy! All we’re gonna do for two or three hours here is tell everybody how rotten each other is. It’s crazy. It’s not gonna matter a hill of beans at the end of the day. What are wasting our time here for? Making TV ratings for other people.’ Or something like this. I mean that would be in character. And how many people do you think would stand up and go, ‘Right on!’”
Limbaugh claims many conservative voters in the Republican Party are often disillusioned after debates take place because, “A northeastern liberal moderate establishment candidate gets the nomination. And if not a northeastern liberal, then an Arizona moderate or liberal. But an establishment candidate gets it. And the conservative candidates all seem to winnow themselves out. I don’t see Trump – as front and center as he is, as dominating as he is – willing, permitting himself to be seen as an equal among 10. By shutting up when he’s supposed to shut up. By not speaking when he’s not supposed to speak.” RELATED: Democrat debates vanish: 6 scheduled, none in works
“I’m not saying any of it’s going to be disrespectful,” Limbaugh continued. “I’m saying it’s going to be like everything else he’s doing in the campaign. It’s gonna be fresh, it’s gonna be new. It’s gonna be, to use the cliché, a breath of fresh air. And people are going to be applauding it, except the Drive-Bys and the Establishment Media who, when it’s over, are gonna wring their hands and worry about what does this mean for our politics.
“The formula’s everything to the Drive-Bys. The formula’s everything to the Establishment. Because they control it. And that’s one thing Trump is not. Controllable. Particularly when it comes to the Establishment. So, it could be fireworks.”
Radio host Rush Limbaugh
Limbaugh postulated if he’s wrong and the debate has few eruptions, it’s going to be considered “a yawner,” and “the Establishment Media is going to claim that their Establishment Candidates did the best.”
That’s another thing Trump has to consider, Limbaugh concluded.
“As a lone-wolf candidate, as a guy who’s busting out of formulas, and is not being contained by them, it’s incumbent on him to step out and somehow control not only what happens during the debate, but the message afterwards. …
“The last thing Trump wants is for the post-debate analysis to be: ‘Donald Trump was also on stage and was heard from … .’ The last thing Trump wants is that he was just one of the gang, just one of the 10. So, it’s bound to be fireworks of some kind. It has to be. And the real question for me is: Are the other nine ready for what may be headed their way?”
The Fox News debate for the top 10 polling Republican candidates is slated to air at 9 p.m. Eastern. The network will also broadcast a 5 p.m. Eastern debate for the seven candidates who are in bottom part of the polls.
Meanwhile, the first televised debate takes place Monday night in Manchester, New Hampshire, to be broadcast on C-SPAN at 7 p.m. Eastern
Trump has decided not to participate in the event which is not sanctioned by the Republican National Committee, assessing he will not get the local newspaper’s endorsement after an editorial critical of his comments about Sen. John McCain’s status as a war hero, CNN reported.
REPOSTED FROM THE CONSERVATIVE TRIBUNE
Donald Trump isn’t afraid to say what needs to be said. Now the billionaire, television personality and presidential aspirant has a straightforward message for Christians.
“The Christians are being treated horribly because we have nobody to represent the Christians. Believe me, if I run and I win, I will be the greatest representative of the Christians they’ve had in a long time,” Trump said in a recent interview.
In the midst of persecution in the Middle East by Islamic extremists and persecution at home by liberals who would take away the freedoms of religion and expression, Christians need a champion. The other U.S. presidential wannabes have largely failed to address directly the state of Christianity in the world. Trump is filling that void.
In the same interview, Trump criticized the Obama administration for its anti-Christian immigration policies. He exposed Obama for allowing Muslims who live in Syria to come to the United States while blocking the Christians in Syria.
“I learned this weekend … that if you’re a Christian living in Syria you can’t come into this country. Yet, if you are a Muslim living in Syria, who are not under attack, they can come in. We have Christians being beheaded all over the world by ISIS. In Syria and in Iraq, in particular, those Christians can’t come into this country,” he said.
And with such comments, the Trump bandwagon continues to take on passengers. David Brody of CBN is encouraging evangelicals to support the business magnate.
“Trump’s ability to cut through the clutter and paint the world in ‘absolutes’ attracts quite a few evangelical voters. Remember, evangelicals hold true to their ‘biblical absolutes,’ so to see a person like Trump let it rip and tell it like it is becomes a somewhat endearing quality to some evangelicals. Trump takes hits for his boldness, and evangelicals take hits from society for their biblical boldness, too,” stated Brody (H/T Shoebat.com).
Many are getting behind Donald Trump to show their support.
My comments: I am certainly not a fan of Ted Cruz’s father, Rafael Cruz. Rafael Cruz is a pastor based in North Texas serving as the Director of Purifying Fire Ministries, ministering in the U.S., Mexico and Central America. Purifying Fire Ministries was founded by Suzanne Hinn, ex-wife and then wife again of Benny Hinn. The Hinns are preaching heretical doctrines, dealing in faux emotions and invented manifestations of the Holy Spirit at the most convenient and opportune fundraising moments. They also know where the money is today, and have hitched their wagons to the New Apostolic Reform, or Dominionism. Neither am I a fan of Ronald Reagan, who was a great actor, especially as president, but whose cabinet was nothing but CFR and whose US/Soviet education agreements in 85 and 88, totally ruined the academic education of our children. I’d still go to this to hear Trump
By Mark A. Skoda for BREITBART.COM
Donald Trump is rocketing in the polls. So what better venue than Rocketown in downtown Nashville, Tennessee where he will speak at the National Federation of Republican Assemblies conference on Saturday, August 29, 2015.
The National Federation of Republican Assemblies is a grassroots movement of Republicans that seeks to restore the conservative principles of the Goldwater/Reagan Republicans back to smaller government, lower taxation, a strong defense, free market capitalism and a reverence for that most fundamental of all “unalienable” rights, life.
President of the TRA and conference organizer, Sharon Ford, stated that “the NFRA seeks to bring the Republican Party back to its core values through grass roots activism. Our national conference allows people from across the country to meet, share views and listen to a great group of speakers about issues important to them. We are so glad to have Donald Trump confirm his attendance and expect that he will electrify the crowd with his plain speaking style and vision to make America great again!”
NFRA does what few other Republican organizations ever do, that is to endorse candidates in contested primaries. Each election year the NFRA state chapters convene in highly competitive grassroots endorsing conventions. Candidates must secure two-thirds of the members support to win. In presidential election cycles the NFRA holds a Presidential Preference Endorsing Convention in order for the chosen state delegates to determine the Presidential candidate the NFRA will endorse.
The national convention is being held to establish and endorse the candidate that the NFRA seeks to support during this primary cycle. Unlike other grass roots organizations, this conference is the first of its kind to actually endorse during a primary. It is clear that Donald Trump’s participation demonstrates that he understands the grass roots movement. It is one of the reasons that Donald Trump’s ascendancy in the polls is so rapid. He gets the people and they feel that they get him!
NFRA delegates from more than twenty states will be in Nashville for this Convention and will be voting on the candidate they believe will best represent the NFRA Guiding Principles. After the Endorsing Convention in Nashville a press statement will be released with the NFRA endorsement of the conservative Republican presidential candidate for 2016.
In addition to Donald Trump, Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum has also confirmed to speak. Other conference speakers include Congressman
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX)
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX)
Lt. Col. Allen West, Pastor Rafael Cruz and Dr. Ming Wang.
Further information can be found at the conference website: www.nfraconvention2015.com.