Okay, Let’s Talk About Donald Trump


I was hoping to avoid this. But I guess we have to. So okay, let’s talk about Donald Trump.

Billionaire. Television star. Presidential candidate?


Donald Trump vowed Thursday to wage a hard-charging and lengthy presidential campaign, including filing his financial disclosures with the Federal Election Commission as early as next week, as unease continued to swirl throughout the Republican Party about his incendiary rhetoric on immigration.

In a wide-ranging, 30-minute interview with The Washington Post, the billionaire real estate mogul and reality-television star also said he has serious concerns about other GOP candidates and refused to commit to supporting the eventual nominee in the general election.

“So many people want me to run as an independent, so many people,” Trump said. “I have been asked by — you have no idea, everybody wants me to do it.”

Pressed about whether he would back the Republican ticket if he fails to win the nomination himself, Trump left the door open for a third-party bid of his own. “I would have to see who the nominee is,” he said.

For now, Trump said, he thinks that the “best chance of defeating the Democrats” is for him to “win as a Republican because I don’t want to be splitting up votes.”

Democrats are giddy and the GOPE is aghast at the prospect of Donald Trump winning the Republican nomination. They can both relax, because it ain’t never gonna happen.

So why is he getting so much attention?

Donald Trump is like the guy who sprints out to the front of the pack at the start of the Boston Marathon. For about a block he is leading the race, then he runs out of gas and disappears into the crowd, never to be seen or heard from again. But he can brag that he was in the lead for a while.

This happens every four years. Unlikely candidates generate some publicity and shoot up in the polls. Then gravity takes over and they return to earth.

Trump is saying things that nobody else is. Even though some of those things may offend the tender sensibilities of the Left and the GOPE, for most people what he is saying isn’t all that outrageous. I’m not saying that they all agree with Trump, just that they aren’t shocked and offended.

Actually, I don’t think anybody is really all that offended. A big tell is that you don’t see him quoted very much, you just see a statement that what he said was racist and offensive. Nobody is really talking about what he said, they are talking about the fact that he said it.

Donald Trump says a lot of things. He has been saying a lot of things for a long time now. Some of those things are completely at odds with what he’s saying now. There is a yooge archive on The Donald, and you can bet that political operatives are digging thru it at this very moment. Trump’s money won’t protect him from his own mouth.

Sooner or later he’s going down. But will he take the GOP down with him?

Very doubtful. Those of us who follow politics closely often forget that most people don’t GAF about the things we obsess over. They simply aren’t paying much attention right now.

A year from now there will be a GOP and a Democrat nominee. People won’t care about what somebody who didn’t win the nomination said this year. In fact, they won’t care much about anything the eventual nominees say and do right now.

Hillary is counting on that fact. If/when she wins the nomination nobody will be talking about Benghazi or private email servers. Well, the Republicans will still be talking about it, but they were never gonna vote for her anyway.

It’s those notorious low-info swing voters that matter, and they are busy chasing squirrels right now. Big, fat, shiny squirrels.

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173 Responses to Okay, Let’s Talk About Donald Trump

  1. Myiq2xu says:
    • Myiq2xu says:
    • 49erDweet says:

      To really clean away the Cosby culture stain we probably need to remove all public broadcasting rights and licenses awarded to NBC and it’s affiliates. After all, it was the vile network that “enabled” Teh Cos to prey on innocent, defenseless starlets.

      • Lulu says:

        Where did the part of the interrogatory where Cosby said he bought the drugs because the women asked for Quaaludes, etc to have sex with him go? Did I just imagine reading that?

      • Anthony says:

        True, you could remove broadcasting rights. Or, you could bring back Quaaludes. That would certainly add dimension to the conversation

        Lets face it, the 80’s…. well, they weren’t for everyone… but as someone who was young and vibrant back then and living in Studio 54 NYC, once you took a quaalude, you knew you were probably going to have sex with some random person who danced too close to you at some point in the evening.

        I am NOT defending Cosby by any means. If he intentionally drugged women to have sex with them, he should face the consequences, whatever they may be.

        What I take exception to is a judge unsealing records from a settlement because “he wanted the world to see what Cosby is really like after lecturing young black men about being responsible”. That sounds a little fishy to me, and was wondering if Klown knows if it was legal to have those records unsealed and made public

        • DeniseVB says:

          Not sure why Cosby’s been elevated to squirrel level in the media these days? Drugs, sex and alcohol pre-date even the Woodstock era or maybe even Hollywood itself. It just feels like selective rage. (Nope, not defending him either). Remember, Roman Polanski roams free in the minds of the left🙂

          The NAACP’s had their daggers out for Cosby since his Pound Cake Speech, which embarrassed the professtional race-baiters. Funny, the LAT noticed it too…..


          So who has the power to unseal his court records and not Obama’s school records ?

          • leslie says:


          • leslie says:

            Just remember, “it wasn’t rape, rape” with Polanski. They (Hollywood) said so.
            This, though, is a teachable moment.
            Don’t do black on white sex if you don’t want trouble.
            Especially if you have dared criticize, your own.
            It’s white privilege and #BlackLivesMatter all over the place.

  2. Myiq2xu says:

    If someone has to explain why something is offensive, it’s not really offensive. If they don’t quote the offensive words fully and in context, they are lying to you.

  3. Lulu says:

    The Donald is a reaction. He, people who agree with him (like me) on many things are reacting to the past seven or so years. Republican voters are reacting to Boehner and McConnell being Obama enablers. Trump is a reaction to last summer and the hordes of illegal aliens waltzing over the border only to be rewarded and made into heroic saints by the media and the political elites while the country is falling apart with ZERO consent from the governed and those who have to pick up the bill. Yes Trump is a self made marketing genius but so is Obama. Trump is the ying to Obama’s yang. Trump has accomplished a lot in his life. Obama accomplished nothing before being nominated for president. Donald Trump is appalled at what this country has become Obama can’t ruin it fast enough. And Trump is willing to say so. I notice that a gang of purported illegals is demanding that Trump’s name be removed from his own property in DC. Who the fuck do they think they are? And who the hell said they have any say in the matter? The media? Trump has already killed off “sanctuary” city idiocy as even the Dems are back tracking as fast as their little drug felon loving feet will carry them. Democrats and quisling Republicans created Trump. He is a reaction. They better pay attention. Reactions are unpredictable.

  4. 49erDweet says:

    What the GOPE is oblivious to (or simply don’t care about) is that Trump’s statements on illegal immigration resonate deeply within the native born Hispanic populace and also among a vast number of legal Hispanic and/or Mexican immigrants. “Hispanics” are not a solid voting block. Progs and lazy thinking old white guy GOPers act as if they were. It’s sorta like assuming all whites think and vote alike.
    The illegal immigration crowd has had a long run and trod on many toes. Their position may seem kind and generous, but is fundamentally illogical and counterproductive, and their “successes” are biting them – and all of us – in the butt. The chickens are coming home to roost.
    Entrepreneurial illegal immigration panderers – the pseudo HB-1/bracero lite crowd – has the most to lose. A wholesale removal of illegals will cause certain agricultural, manufacturing and service industry business disruptions. But they are “businesses”. If their plan was based only on low paid workers sneaking in and living off the grid, it wasn’t that much of a plan. They will adapt or close.
    The Cruz crowd seems to have a handle on this. Marco Rubio not so much. But The Donald understands this completely and is talking, and talking, and talking about it. It needs to be resolved and we need to resume being a nation living under the Rule of Law again. Right now we aren’t. The party in power foolishly – and shortsightedly – act’s as if the nation’s laws are a bag of trail mix, and they are entitled to pick out the chunks they want and ignore the other bits and pieces. That’s not the Rule of Law. What could possibly go wrong?

    • piper says:

      We’re supposed to follow our betters rulz as we sheeple are too stupid to build anything on our own given the inadequate schooling and free range parenting we received over the last 20 maybe 50 years.
      Now we should all follow the lead of Ariana Grande and lick those donuts. Susan Sarandan tweeted it so it shall be. 🍩

  5. 1539days says:

    Every little bit counts. Will he take down the Republicans? I don’t know, but if he is a net loser of GOP votes, than he’s enabling the Democrats. I don’t think he’s causing Hispanics to flee the party because being Hispanic and Republican is already a trial by fire. I worry about die hards who are going to stay home because Trump doesn’t get the nomination and losing the election for the Republicans. It’s worse now that he’s saying he won’t endorse the party nominee.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Well, to be fair, of this field of 19 he’s saying he doesn’t KNOW if he will support the party nominee, which may be the honest view. Lots of rank and file Republicans feel the same way. And, yes, I’m aware he’s making third party noises. Ho hum.

    • DeniseVB says:

      “I would have to see who the nominee is,” he said.

      That was a good, safe answer. I think the GOPE wants JEB ! and probably why Trump is running. Nobody wants another Bush. I’m having a great time watching the game though we’re very early in the 1st Quarter, Trump seems to be the only one moving the ball.

      • Lulu says:

        Yep. Their whole nomination and election strategy (who has the most mush and money wins!) has been flipped on its head. Great political maneuvering going on and the elites, media flunkies, and clerisy are flummoxed. The condescension is thick and noxious.

      • piper says:

        No way will I vote for JEB, either I’ll write my name on the ballot or stay home.

      • elliesmom says:

        Maybe he won’t like “their tone”.

      • Constance says:

        I’m not voting for Jeb. Which ever candidate I vote for has to want to represent Citizens not multinational corporations or illegal border jumpers.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Well I would guess GW does not really want Jeb either. It takes away his place as part of the only father son duo since John and John Quincy. And whether one liked/agreed with either Bush, GW and GHB apparently regarded that as something special. Not to mention that GW looks better for each year O is in office. Jeb would tarnish everything.

        Jeb on the other hand cannot stand it that GW beat him to the punch. He also seems to have a vindictive streak. Jeb lacks his brother and father’s charm just as Hillary lacks Bill’s. Perhaps Jeb and Hillary should run as a team “It’s my turn wanabee cry babies”. My brother/husband only got there first because . . . .

    • 49erDweet says:

      There’s another side to this, Days. Has the GOPE vowed to endorse him should HE turn out to be their nominee? “What’s sauce for the goose”, and all that…..

  6. Dora says:

    Okay – let’s talk about Donald Trump. 🙂

    WHOA: Trump changing venues for Saturday rally in Arizona due to OVERWHELMING RESPONSE


    • Lulu says:

      I knew this would happen. LOL. I hope he hires his own photographers to memorialize crowd size and rebut the “two hundred red necks showed up in a church to hear the bigot speak” media coverage.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Obama couldn’t fill venues in 2012. When he appeared locally, the amphitheater was a quarter full, but the media’s photo angles made it look packed. It’s why we need oppo trackers at every event for all the candidates. Or an honest media, that would be nice😉

      • DeniseVB says:

        Big rock stars play that venue so I’d guess 10k + ?? With a wait list now, you’d think they’d move it to the AZ Cardinals football stadium ? The original venue was at one of his Trump Spa/Country Club things, had a request for 4k tickets so they had to move it to the larger venue. Just picking up tidbits from the newsfeeds…..which are ‘splody now😀

        Not only that, I saw this comment at Dora’s link…….

        “I got on Mapquest and we are 17 hrs away. We have 2 senior dogs and if we did not have them we would take off to Phoenix in a heartbeat. We cannot take them with us, they are too old, if we had someone to take care of them that we could trust we would head to Phoenix. I want so much to be a part of this rally!”

        Someone’s’ willing to drive 17 hours ? This is bigger than Obama ’08 !

        • leslie says:

          If they moved it to the AZ Cardinals stadium, they’d have to be able to handle the sun and high temps. People start lining up at those rally venues starting hours before the actual rally time. You’d have people passing out from the heat and sun and it would be a really bad thing – not to mention the visuals.
          But someone willing to drive 17 hours to be there is really something!

    • foxyladi14 says:

      The people like what he is saying. 😀

  7. driguana says:

    Can’t say that I am entirely a Trump fan but do have to say that it is, indeed, fun. My ears haven’t perked up this much about politics for some time. And can you imagine all of the great slogans that are going to come out about this…”they got Trumped”…”play the Trump card on that one” etc…

  8. votermom says:

    I think the chances are Trump will drop out early, like the last time(s) he ran. I have no doubt his reason for running has always been brand publicity.
    Except I think the media, left, and the GOP may be making it harder for him to drop out by attacking his businesses and his brand. And him personally. There are times in business when you are riding a tornado and you ass is hanging out and you know that either you see it through or you’re finished. The other thing is Teh Donald’s ego is yuuuuuge. If he feels that they have made it personal, well, egos have to strike back.
    In short, the attacks on Trump may be pushing him to stay in. They should have just pooh poohed him if they wanted him to go away.

    • Lulu says:

      And a lot of it is timing. And pent up anger which people are shamed over. Nothing makes people madder than being shamed over doing nothing wrong. I like the tornado with the ass hanging out comparison a lot. I feel like the entire country has that feeling.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I think this is his first “official” run for President. I know he teased a lot in the past, but never got this far.

      • leslie says:

        I’m enjoying this ride as well. Many of my friends are still dyed in the wool obots who are having conniptions over what he says and who he is, and what he owns, how he wears his hair, etc. Many of them want Fauxahontas, but love them some Bernie Sanders. They might not vote if Hillary heads the ticket. Who knew this campaign would be this much fun?

        • jeffhas says:

          It always makes me laugh…

          Leftie Say: “Stop making fun of people for how they look”
          LBTGQ Say: “Accept people for who they want to be”
          Heavy Girther Say: “Be Comfortable in your own skin” “Stop Fat Shaming”

          Then they take personal pot shots at every person they disagree with with politically.

          BTW: If I’m supposed to be comfortable in my own skin, why is it OK for me to cut off my penis and become a woman.

          BBTW: So people that identify as Vampires get their teeth ‘fixed’ with fangs and all… does that make them anymore of a Vampire as Caitlyn is a woman?… Am I wrong in thinking the Vampire person is in need of good therapy? … and here the heck did Rachel Dolezal go?

          • leslie says:

            In the many years of working in psychiatry, I met 2 young men who had “fixed” their teeth with fangs. It was creepy to speak with them and both were very, very ill. I wish their parents had taken greater interest in those two earlier in their young lives when teachers and school workers had suggested it because by the time I met them, they were sacrificing neighborhood pets and doing things that I still can’t talk about. I don’t know what happened with either of them. But they needed therapy, as did their parents, long ago. Too bad we don’t have classes in good parenting. And where we do have classes, the parents who need it don’t attend.

          • 49erDweet says:

            You were expecting logic?

    • leslie says:

      If they are “protesting” at any of his properties, you can bet he will have hired good security and they will be ready.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Too bad Trump’s going to miss Nutroots at the same venue…..by a few days. They start the 16th and removing Sheriff Joe in on their agenda😀 Wonder if Joe will appear with Trump?

    • votermom says:

      Eye popping facts

      • Lulu says:

        Almost every molestation or rape of a minor, car wreck with a death or serious injury involving alcohol or drug use, drug arrest for dealing or manufacturing, public intoxication and resisting arrest or armed robbery in my area involves an illegal alien. I live about 450 miles from the border. The legal Hispanic community is afraid of them because so many of the illegals are violent, criminal and transient. They have no problems reporting them to the police but illegals just run across the border or move on to the next town or jurisdiction with a new identity. Without them the crime rate would go down maybe 35% to 50%. Car insurance rates are astronomical because they NEVER carry insurance and run over everything and keep going. I think the Hispanic community would turn them all over to be deported if they weren’t afraid they would just come back over an unsecured border and kill them.

        • elliesmom says:

          An illegal immigrant hired to plow a private parking lot took out a whole row of cars and jumped out of the snow plow and ran off. The lawsuits that resulted bought my daughter a brand new car. She didn’t have to lift a finger. Her insurance company carried the ball because by the luck of the drawer, they held the insurance on 5 of the totaled parked cars.

        • lyn says:

          I knew a woman who visited her aunt and uncle in Mexico, and she was shocked to see dead bodies along roads. Also, the SOP in Mexico City is if you hit anything with your vehicle, you leave the scene as fast as possible.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      I love it!!!! 🙂

  9. helenk3 says:

    this video is from 2009.
    Donald Trump is trouncing political correctness and it’s culture and that is scaring a lot of people

  10. helenk3 says:


    the Mexican government transplanting it’s problems to USA

  11. Dora says:

    Obama hasn’t even mentioned this case and I’m sure he will continue to ignore it. And this is why The Donald is becoming so popular these days.

    GOP Lawmakers Push Obama Administration to Get Tough on Sanctuary Cities After San Francisco Killing

  12. helenk3 says:


    do not think the Donald will vote for Hillary

  13. helenk3 says:


    congress is underworked and overpaid. If they can waste time on this BS while ignoring real problems in this country they really need to be replaced

  14. Kathy says:

    I’m just going to say it–nothing to lose. some African Americans are racist also, and Obama’s selective response to crimes smacks of it.

    • Lulu says:

      Just another sneering “con” of some type or another. I think people like The Donald because he “sneers” back at or out “sneers” them. Saying Jonah Goldberg is a “guy with no pants” meaning a broke guy or a piss ant critiquing others is an example. The “credentialed” want to run the show and look where that got us. Who has worth, who has experience or wisdom. Some asshole in a think tank or a paid shill? Really? Is that the best we got and who we listen to? I’m tired of them. They are dumb.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Recently a beauty queen lobbed a critical hardball at Trump, his response…..”I see she didn’t turn in her crown, that’s hypocrisy…..next question?”

  15. Dora says:

    I am just posting this because no other media will cover it. Disgusting piece of filth!

    SHOCK VIDEO=> Black Man Caught Sexually Abusing Drunk White Girl on NY Subway

    Black man sexually abuses passed out white girl in a New York subway.


  16. helenk3 says:

    off topic


    maybe something will be done about the hacking now

  17. Anthony says:

    File this under “I’d rather be a borderline conspiracy theorist than a sheep”
    Anyone besides me think that Trump knows he doesn’t have a chance in hell to win either the nomination or the election but instead has decided to blow the lid off everything to get a long overdue (and very necessary) debate stared about illegal immigration?

    Just a thought. Anyone?

  18. lurker says:

    My respect for Mr. Trump went up, when he sat down with Palin for pizza dinner few years ago.

  19. Going out on a limb here, but I think Trump DOES have a chance. FOR DECADES we have been forced to be PC and people are SICK OF IT. When Obama was (s)elected – that was the completion of the PC bubble. ANY OPINION other than towing the line with the PC crowd was met with ridicule, cries of RAAAAAACIST, and worse – the full-frontal assault to PERSONALLY destroy those who would not comply.

    Before Obama we COULD have different discussions about politics with people with whom we disagreed without the hate. (Unless it was during Bush III when the left was totally horrid) But after Obama, people stopped taking. The SILENCING was upon us all. And with that came the ram-rod approach to all things “fundamentally transformational”. We were ALL told to sit down and shut up.

    Americans didn’t want to make waves. The Tea Party tried it, but then they too were corrupted by TPTB. But Americans DO want to be heard and have the ills of the nation discussed. Trump has been the ONLY one with stones big enough to start that, and MANY Americans are feeling a sense of RELIEF because of that.

    “He speaks for me” is the tidal wave we will see IF Trump stays in. Americans have been told to SHUT UP for TOO LONG and The Donald has broken the dam. IF he does not stay in, people will crawl back to their safe spaces and all will be lost. But I believe Americans see a REAL OPPORTUNITY to turn this disastrous course on it’s head and demand that the power return to the people. They just WANT a leader. Trump IS a leader.

    And I for one would rather have a self-promoting, bombastic, America-loving AND APPRECIATING brilliant businessman at the helm than another milquetoast politically correct demagogue doing “politics as usual” and who uses the PC sword to deliver a thousand cuts a day until we are all dead OR start a real revolution.

    • Anthony says:


    • lyn says:

      Standing O, freedomfairy01!

    • DeniseVB says:

      I’m seeing a rise in the silent majority too. Trump certainly is speaking to the “Mad AS HELL and NOT TAKING it anymore” wings of both parties and independents. Great rant freedomfairy❤

    • Lulu says:

      Hear, hear!

      • WOW. Thanks all. I had no idea. I just see what I see and I think Trump would actually be GOOD for the country as a course-corrector. It’s no wonder the media, both left and right, are so aghast. Trump doesn’t DIVIDE people. I see him as a person who speaks to the talents of ALL Americans and at least is inspiring to the many of us who once knew this nation Pre-NAFTA. When we MADE THINGS HERE and had a good economy. Trump speaks American Pride and he hate it that we are being run over by tyrants and have a government run by incompetent, dangerous boobs.

        • DeniseVB says:

          My favorite part of his announcement speech carried a “Peace Through Strength” message by promising to rebuild our military by picking generals greater than Douglas MacArthur to lead them ! There were other highlights that seem lost on the media and critics because you know….Mexico or something😀

    • leslie says:

      HOORAY!!!! ff01 !!
      Please send this on to the Trump for President campaign. Maybe it will convince him to stay in the race if he gets enough feedback like this.

    • jeffhas says:

      FreedomFairy – This is my take as well (and THANK YOU for bringing it up). I think it’s possible he will flame out – but I’m about 50/50 right now, thinking if this guy is smart (which he is) and tacks hard to other subjects besides Immigration – let’s Say Common Core, or back to Trade, Russia, Iran, ISIS, Obamacare, The Debt, etc., etc., then he could/should have staying power. If he can propose SOME solid solutions/programs to rectify these situations, he could be unstoppable.

      #1) He’s Rich. I’m not sure he really wants to drain his bank account for what will likely cost him a billion dollars – but his statement the other day about he doesn’t care if it costs him his entire business, he wants to help save America makes me think he might tap his own personal wealth (although I plan on donating just because he’s saying sh*t I wanna hear).

      #2) He’s Rich. Which means his give a damn seems broken permanently, so he’s just liable to say all the things most of us (and every other politician) just ‘think’ about saying.

      #3) He’s VERY media saavy – His use of Twitter alone is so sharp – but couple that with his willingness to get an interview staged immediately to respond to his critics – he has been breathtaking to watch, he’s playing at a higher level then the rest of the field.

      #4) He’s Rich… and seems to have a VERY capable and competent team of people around him – no way does he handle his empire on his own – but he (and his people) makes it look that way (and no one doubts he’s in charge), and it’s a remarkable feat that is endearing to people who want someone to actually DO SOMETHING THEMSELVES. The guy leads by example as well as leading by an example of success.

      I’m in! – and I hope he stays in for the long haul…. but they are coming for him hard, and it’s going to get a lot more brutal.

      PS: Make America Great Again!!*

      *(what a slogun – pure genius – unless you’re an American-Hating Prog).

      • Dora says:

        Wonderful rant! I love it! And yes – please do pass it on to the campaign.

        I’d like to see “Make America Great Again’ become as popular as “Happy Days Are Here Again”. All it needs is a song to go with it. 🙂

      • DeniseVB says:

        Loved it jeff. Media savvy indeed, how many millions of dollars of free publicity has he enjoyed lately😀

        I remember a quote from him years ago that I wish he’d use again because I know I’m always paraphrasing it … something, something about a President’s salary shouldn’t be your highest paying job. Which pretty much leaves out all the professional politicians.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Applause Applause. 😀

    • swanspirit says:

      Applause!!!! And we have a Governor here in Maryland doing just that on a smaller scale. Hogan was not a politician, but a businessman.

    • Underwhelmed says:

      They dissed and dismissed Reagan.

  20. DeniseVB says:

    Keith’s got a poll up. Ends 3pm est, he’ll announce results at 5. If you don’t like polls, the comments are a pretty good read. I voted as a moderate for Walker.

  21. Dora says:

    Traitor Cities

    Obama’s municipal allies take deadly aim at America’s borders.


  22. Dora says:

    I Want to Make America Great Again – Instagram

    I want to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain

    A photo posted by Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on

  23. Dora says:

    OT but RIP Mr. Sharif. Doctor Zhivago is and always will be my favorite movie. 😦

    Omar Sharif: Lawrence of Arabia star dies aged 83


  24. 49erDweet says:

    OT: Interesting (but dry) item over on the Belmont Club today from Richard Fernandez on the OPM security situation.
    Richard says: {Until the new mega-fixes are in place, proposals have been floated to return the entire system to paper. “The Office of Personnel Management and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence have figured out how to keep the security clearance process going while the Electronic Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (e-QIP) system is offline for cybersecurity fixes.”}
    Furthermore, he claims “Reverting to paper may actually improve security.” Because “It disempowers the bureaucrats.”
    Disempowered bureacrats. Now that’s somethin’ I can support!

  25. DeniseVB says:

    Ooops, maybe he should have used the word “defeat” ? /s 😛

  26. helenk3 says:


    now trying to pass a law in Oregon that 15year old kids can have sex change operation without parents consent and paid for by the taxpayer.

    what is with liberals and children and sex? Are they mostly perverted?

  27. helenk3 says:

    stolen from Rev Amy’s place

  28. helenk3 says:

    when the video becomes available Neil Cavato had the father of a teenage boy killed by illegal alien. It is a must see. He likes The Donald for giving a voice to the families of the victims of illegal aliens

  29. Underwhelmed says:

    The establishment can only ignore the people for so long. Then things reach a crisis point, and along comes someone who isn’t afraid to speak up, and then … kaboom. What’s interesting is that Trump is what Romney should have been. Both men are hugely successful businessmen who know how to run a business (the govt) and know how to hire the right people for the right jobs and let them get on with it. But Romney is a very sweet, very decent man. Trump is more a pit bull. He will fight and fight. And the more the hated elitist class try to shaft him the harder he’ll fight, the louder he’ll yell about it, and so more and more people will stand with him. He is fearless, and fearless is what’s needed right now. I hope he keeps yelling, keeps pointing at the naked emperors, keeps lending his voice to those who have been kept stuffed in a box with a wad of rag shoved in their mouths and then told they are wicked and evil for protesting that treatment.

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