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The rats are deserting a sinking ship:

Republican donors, who had long assumed that the outsider candidates would self-destruct and that voters would rally around someone such as former Florida governor Jeb Bush, are suddenly adjusting their thinking and strategies.

Spencer Zwick, the national finance chairman for Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign, said power brokers and financiers are now trying to cozy up to Trump in various ways, such as reaching out through mutual friends in New York’s business community.

“A lot of donors are trying to figure their way into Trump’s orbit. There is a growing feeling among many that he may be the guy, so people are certainly seeing if they can find a home over there,” he said.

Zwick cautioned that he does not necessarily predict Trump will win, only that he could, and said some of these donors are talking regularly with other candidates as well.

“I’ve never subscribed to the view that [Trump] can’t be the nominee, that ‘Oh, don’t worry’ take on things,” he said. “It’s naive and foolish to think he can’t be the nominee.”

Trump isn’t asking for their money, they are offering it to him.

The Five Stages of GOPe Grief:

1. Denial — Trump isn’t a serious candidate.
2. Anger — Trump is screwing everything up!
3. Bargaining — Let’s shift our support to one of our other candidates.
4. Depression — We blew $100 million dollars on Jeb!
5. Let’s Make America Great Again!

Meanwhile, Hillary is free-falling in the polls.

dumped again

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150 Responses to Endgame

    • Somebody says:

      A lot of the millennials are feeling the bern. These kids feel that desperate or maybe they don’t know exactly what socialism is or maybe both. I have a 29 and a 31 year old and they tell me a lot of their friends are all in for Bernie Sanders, same ones that were obots. Neither of my kids are feeling the bern, but the vast majority of their peers are.

      My kids tell me that Bernie’s promises of free shit and socking it to the rich has wide appeal to their generation. A generation that doesn’t think it is possible to do as well as their parents let alone do better than their parents. Hell a lot of them are still living with their parents.

      Salaries are depressed, a large number of these kids are saddled with student loan debt. Add to that a new car cost a year’s salary or more for most, although supposedly there hasn’t been any inflation. Health insurance premiums are as high or higher than their rent in many cases. They don’t see much if any chance for a promotion because due to the economy a lot of older workers are hanging on to their positions. Even when they do move up they aren’t offered the same salaries. They see company after company replace workers with foreign workers. On and on the list goes.

      The question is will they turn out in force?? Will the boomers turn out in equal force to counter their vote??? Clearly the youngsters turned out better in 2008, but will they in 2016??

      • lyn says:

        Graduating from college in the early 80s was awful because of few jobs too, but at least college back then wasn’t the financial pit that it is today.

      • Myiq2xu says:

        Will the Berners turn out to support Hillary if she is the nominee?

        • elliesmom says:

          Not in the numbers Bernie would get. They have a real hate on for Trump, but most of them don’t think Hillary is substantially better than he is. If Elizabeth Warren ends up the nominee or in the VP slot to Biden, she’d get them off the phone long enough to vote.

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    Free Beacon:

    The Fox Business debate made clear that the Republican primary is Donald Trump’s race to lose. It’s not only that Trump continues his months-long polling lead and the debate won’t do anything to change that. It’s that Trump’s considerable political skills were on display Thursday evening. Provocative, gauche, funny, emphatic, and fearless, Trump doesn’t back down when the crowd boos him, he holds his own against more polished opponents, and he has identified and exploited the anger of many Republican and independent voters.

    But Trump has done something more. He’s become the focal point of the 2016 campaign in a way no other candidate of either party has. Fair or not, it’s Trump’s statements and policy declarations that become fodder for debate questions and force his GOP rivals to respond or adjust. Look at how he’s changed the tenor of Marco Rubio’s campaign from being sunny and future-oriented to being exasperated at the state of the country under Barack Obama. Trump’s suggestion that Democrats would challenge the legality of Ted Cruz’s status as a “natural born citizen” forced Cruz to go on the attack—something Cruz did not anticipate having to do this early…

    For much of 2015, the question was, Is Trump serious? The past week should have settled that in the affirmative. So the question becomes: Who will stop Trump? Ted Cruz? Marco Rubio? Chris Christie? Hillary Clinton? And what happens if, as I suspect, the Trump phenomenon cannot be stopped?

  2. Myiq2xu says:

    It turns out that people really don’t hate Ted Cruz like the so-called experts claimed.

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  5. 1539days says:

    Feel free to view this through the filter of “well, you just hate Trump” but can’t anyone wait a few weeks for some actual polls to come out? Super Tuesday is almost always a non-event these days, but do we have to have a nominee before anyone even gets to cast a ballot? I’d almost rather have the parties pick their candidates and save the money.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      I don’t make the rules.

      • 1539days says:

        This is just my general bitching.

        • mothy67, says:

          May I ask which candidate you do support. I mean no disrespect just curious. I was so thankful to Trump for negating Bush and then the more he prattled on the more I saw people from my very blue collar background waking up to the lies of the democratic party. 2008 Bill Clinton was adored in the rust belt. 2016 NAFTA gets a fresh look. People go to the local store and see EBT cards being used by new immigrants. They see classrooms being filled with kids that don’t speak English. Love the lie that illegal immigration does not effect schools. How could it not?
          Lower middle class has been abandoned by dims. To beat a dead horse how far will my years of college prep go in eight years. Will there be quotas? I am not out to fix the world. I believe in doing what is best for those near me. Starts with my family and moves outward. I care more about a homeless Vet than I do about a manufactured iPhone toting refugee crisis. I care more about educating our youth with decent sized classrooms than opening our borders to those without immunizations overburdening crowded schools.
          Cruz I think is smart as I did Walker but I see neither of them taking down the powers that be. Still have no idea who Fiorini is.

          • 1539days says:

            The candidate I supported early on was Lindsey Graham. Just kidding. It was Scott Walker. Right now, I don’t have a favorite. However, there have been plenty of flashes in the pan over the years. 2012 had a new one every few weeks. Trump has high negatives and no experience. Even if he won I really doubt he would be effective.

        • mothy67, says:

          Thank you for the response. I was so filled with rage at the establishment coronating !yeb¡. I like Walker and respect him all the more for backing out early. Santorem for me is such a waste. I am so far from Huckabee but I think I like the guy. Kasich is a rino of the worst kind.
          I disagree with you, respectfully, on how Donald might lead. He hires the best of the best. What of a cabinet filled with the best of what our country has to offer. He does not like to lose. I ask you who has better negotiators right now the US or Donald Trump?
          Does he create international incidents on the world stage. I think he would operate from a position of strength. Our children yielding their lives for our freedom would not be on knees for the world to see. He is not stupid and I am convinced he has played with running for 25 years. Seriously, after Romney conceded after 2nd debate.
          I feel we need someone to scream for Americans. I am not an obot enthralled with the latest shiny thing. I am not under a spell. I see the others as doing nothing. I hear them dismissing legitimate fears of our towns being over run by refugees. I care about a kid. I do not have any negative feelings towards any children, but my first and singular most important job is to protect my kid– color me silly but I was raised to believe the paramount job of my government was to protect it’s citizens. Statements like “that is not who we are” I want to see spoken to the family members of victims of denied terrorism.
          Bush, rub, Cruz, Fiorino, shillary, bernie, katnip, carson offer me no sense of security.
          We will be hit again bambi and hillary have seen to that. I want a decisive blow. Imagine Jeb discussing our poor soldiers forced on their knees. No .

          • swanspirit says:

            I am right there with you about Trump , but with a few more reservations.

          • Myiq2xu says:

            I would rather see Trump get in there and behave like a bull in a china shop than some GOPe candidate who wins and then can’t seem to pass any of his promises into law because of the Big Bad Democrats.

            I don’t expect our next president to fix everything. I’d settle for them fixing SOMETHING that is already broke while not breaking anything new.

          • Carolyn Geiger says:

            Beautifully stated!

    • votermom says:

      Speculation is the fun part for us observers and betting on the right candidate is big business fir donors and lobbyists, so no, actually, when the candidate emerges is too late.

    • lyn says:

      I thought Jeb! and Hillary were their respective party picks. 2016 is total rejection of the 132 donors who control the primaries.

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  8. mothy67 says:

    My female friends of affluence cannot stand Hillary and Trump. They are of means living in major cities and spending 20 grand on kindergarten. They hate the suburbs and the bigots who live there. Constantly feeling the Bern on Facebook. They believe that by wishing so things will get better. No more radical terrorism if we just open our arms. They live in the cities but still in a bubble. Electricity prices skyrocketing does not effect them exploding health premiums don’t touch them. They sit around and talk about helping the poor. Several went online to express how they felt a 1.5 billion dollar jackpot is wrong and that money should be split up. I queried about hypocrisy — how do you send your kids to private school and demand all things be covered on the back of the working class. I find their world view often simple and elitist, extends into every major city in our country. Not just New York as Cruz inferred but from Anchorage to Tallahassee. . My brother is a boilermaker(so odd Purdue = Boilermakers, my brat was interviewed by a local paper and said she wanted to go to Purdue and the woman who wrote the article went to Purdue)his health insurance is up 500/mo and his electric is up 100. 600 a month. He scrapes and saves for college then Obama was going after 529 accounts. He was shot down but it for me shows how democrats work tax everything. Six hundred a month may not mean much to law makers and whole food shopping parents but it means a lot to the big chunk in the middle.

  9. votermom says:

    I would love for the GOP primary to turn into a two way Trump vs not-trump Cruz.
    Either way the GOPe are gnashing their fangs.

  10. mothy67, says:

    I’d love to see an audit of where certain money goes. The PA lottery says it benifits older Pennsylvanians. How? Where? My parents are seniors they get nothing.
    We have a county wide alcohol tax of 7% but they keep cutting service.
    Cigarette tax is four dollars a pack supposed to go to health care. Who knows were it ends.
    Every year someone introduces a sugar tax. How would that even be collected. Someone orders a Jack and Coke do they pay 7% on the booze plus 5 % on the coke? I was paying close to 700 a week in booze tax. Not one bus anywhere near where I lived. No reporters touch the story, but many businesses went under for refusing. There were eight bars near me, none with public transportation. Most restaurants and bars away from the city are no where near buses. The commuter buses are full doing rush hour. I assume they are using the money to cover obligations or somehow the tax just morphed into the general fund.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Some states’ lottery money’s supposed to go to education. Greg Gutfeld said “yeah, right, kids today have a better chance at winning the lottery than a science fair”. 😉

      • mothy67, says:

        I haven’t watched The 5 since they replaced Beckel with he who shall not be named and Perino going Lady Gaga about Jeb. Guttfeld was very anti-Trump then. Not why I stopped watching it was Perino and Jeb love. Red Eye is awful too. I think they should have gone with the dark haired woman who was already on the show or Jesse Walters.

  11. foxyladi14 says:


  12. Shaun King feeling the Bern…

  13. Dora says:

    The Trump Phenomena: Catch the Wave!

  14. swanspirit says:

    The most fun thing Trump has said so far (IMNSHO 🙂 ) is
    “We haven’t even started going after Hillary yet!”
    Anticipation is such a fun thing.

  15. Myiq2xu says:

    • Somebody says:

      The timing raises red flags in light of our boats getting “lost” and drifting 50 miles off course. Even if you discount the suspicious timing of that we traded 7 for 5, plus we take 14 off the most wanted list? That is all without the ridiculous nuke deal and the release of 150 billion, Trump is right the Persians are very good negotiators. To be fair, they’re probably not THAT good, part of it is how badly the Obama/Kerry team suck.

      Back to the recent sailor story, the whole story smelled before and now it reaks. Of course we’ll never know the truth.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I copied the below from an email list my dh is on with his old military crones.

        I rarely pull out my dusty old trident, but in this case, here goes. I was a Navy SEAL officer in the 1980s, and this kind of operation (transiting small boats in foreign waters) was our bread and butter. Today, these boats both not only had radar, but multiple GPS devices, including chart plotters that place your boat’s icon right on the chart. The claim by Iran that the USN boats “strayed into Iranian waters” is complete bull$#it.For an open-water transit between nations, the course is studied and planned in advance by the leaders of the Riverine Squadron, with specific attention given to staying wide and clear of any hostile nation’s claimed territorial waters. The boats are given a complete mechanical check before departure, and they have sufficient fuel to accomplish their mission plus extra. If, for some unexplainable and rare circumstance one boat broke down, the other would tow it, that’s why two boats go on these trips and not one! It’s called “self-rescue” and it’s SOP. This entire situation is in my area of expertise. I can state with complete confidence that both Iran and our own State Department are lying. The boats did not enter Iranian waters. They were overtaken in international waters by Iranian patrol boats that were so superior in both speed and firepower that it became a “hands up!” situation, with automatic cannons in the 40mm to 76mm range pointed at them point-blank. Surrender, hands up, or be blown out of the water. I assume that the Iranians had an English speaker on a loudspeaker to make the demand. This takedown was no accident or coincidence, it was a planned slap across America’s face. Just watch. The released sailors will be ordered not to say a word about the incident, and the Iranians will have taken every GPS device, chart-plotter etc. off the boats, so that we will not be able to prove where our boats were taken.The “strayed into Iranian waters” story being put out by Iran and our groveling and appeasing State Dept. is utter and complete BS from one end to the other.

    • DeniseVB says:

      What could he be referring to? The families of the prisoners thanking Trump for keeping hope alive (and putting pressure on our “stupid” leaders) at his rallies ?

    • leslie says:

      Such a week of loss for her and for her kids as well.

    • mothy67, says:

      God I hated that song My Heart Will Go on when it was huge. 15 years later I found myself listening to at singing along not even aware I knew tye words. She has that Barry Manilow power. I know all the words but never remember actually buying his stuff or paying heed of my own volition. I as a middle aged guy that grew up on Led Zep love Weekend in New England.

  16. Dora says:

    OMG! She’s cracking up!

    Hillary Clinton Attacks Bernie Sanders’ Adopted Grandchildren: I Actually Have A Real Grandchild


    • 1539days says:

      It may take a village, but I guess only your biological kids matter.

    • leslie says:

      I love the smell of desperation in the morning. 👿

    • DeniseVB says:

      I’m not going to defend Hillary, but it sounds like the story twisted her words. (Sometimes Breitbart uses the most absurd sources, “The Paste” ?). Maybe she should take her own advice and leave the kids alone, and leave Chelsea home too, she’s not helping.

      Then again, she could be feeling the Bern nipping at her heels 😉

  17. Myiq2xu says:

    Hillary Clinton: Vote For Me, I Have a Vagina!

    Blah, blah, blah

  18. Myiq2xu says:

    Somebody call a waah-mbulance.

  19. Myiq2xu says:

    From Gawker:

    I Watched Michael Bay’s Benghazi Movie at Cowboys Stadium With 30,000 Pissed-Off Patriots

    “Why didn’t we bomb the shit out of them?” a man asked me. “Why aren’t we bombing the shit out of ‘em? Give me a B-52 and I’ll go over there right now.” It was a chilly night in Texas, but his mind was more than 6,000 miles away, in Libya. He and I and some 30,000 other people had come to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas—home of the Dallas Cowboys—for the outsized world premiere of 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.

    The 2012 attack on the American consulate in Benghazi means many things to many people. It is, at its most basic level, an actual human tragedy, one of an uncountable number this country has been party to in the last fifteen years. Lives were lost, and they might have been saved, and it’s hard to say why, or what good it did. It is also a meme, a punchline, and a political cudgel. For the people who care most about it, Benghazi is less shorthand for a historical episode than a concept, an abstract descriptor of a feeling shared by an uncountable number of people in this country that the nation’s leaders are traitors, by way of incompetence or malice or both.

  20. Dora says:

    Once he drops out of the race, I’m sure he will become a Trumpster. 🙂

  21. Myiq2xu says:

  22. Dora says:

    Nothing will stop the Trumpsters. 🙂

    Trump supporters trek through whiteout conditions to attend rally

    PORTSMOUTH, N.H. ­ For weeks, political pundits and media reports have suggested many of Donald Trump’s supporters won’t show up to vote. But on Saturday, turnout at Trump’s rally in New Hampshire’s second-oldest city belied such speculation.

    Despite 30-degree weather, heavy snow and unplowed roads, hundreds of supporters traveled to a local Toyota dealership to see the Republican presidential front-runner speak.


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  24. mothy67, says:

    Off topic any Hoosiers here?
    9 year old told local paper she wants to go o Purdue. I could not be happier. Solid science. Actually very good for a state school. I’d hate for her to go to a liberal arts school. Her parents have no college and my parents- her great grand parents got associates degrees while raising a family.
    I want her to live in a dorm on a big wide open campus. Hang out late at night talking . Steal lunch trays to use as sleds. Live college for four(maybe 5 years).
    I want to solidify that dream. No if but when I go to college.
    I figured a summer road trip might be nice. Take a tour of the campus. Rather sure I can fanangle the newspaper a 9 year olds visit to her dream school over the summer. Drive is only 7 hrs what is there to do in West Lafayette.
    Should she decide Purdue is not her thing no worries I just want her to believe that world is open and she has access.

    • taw46 says:

      I think that is a wonderful idea. I used to work at Kennedy Space Center and knew many astronauts. Did you know over 20 of them graduated from Purdue (including Gus Grissom and Neil Armstrong)?

      • mothy67, says:

        Why yes I did. I was a closeted gay fellow in 1985. Loved the school, but I was afraid my mask might slip . So young so long ago. I chose to transfer and keep my memories of my freshman year intact. I didn’t go back because I had been happy. I was afraid of losing the best time I every had. I transferred to Temple. I try to keep my brat aware of delayed gratification. A candy bar today means no sleepover. Your decision. I always give her a choice. She has a wii u but she wants an xbox. I’ll put a few hundred in her college account or she can have an x box for valentine’s day. She wants to split the difference.
        I did not put forth any work to go to college. Odds are I was hungover when I took my SATs. Free ride I think I was a physics major. I remember no math. My parents didn’t expect that kind of future and I was ill prepared. I made mistakes. I was in a school of some very socially challenged people I suddenly had friends. I didn’t care about school. I had no goal. Never was I driven to science it just came easy. I switched from physics to theater.
        Baby girl just want to have a dream to hold onto and I want to encourage all of her rational dreams. I have only mentioned Purdue once or twice but in her eyes I am a little bit Harry Potter. She equates the magic of learning with me. She works very hard. I tell her she creates her future and she has back up locked and loaded. My sister, her grandmother, has said she is too busy for a child. Okay you were married to an abusive junkie that was the counties most wanted and only one of your kids finished high school. Hmm? I live very close to the city. You do not let 9 years olds run loose.
        She takes alot of classes but dance was best decision ever. Her teacher is not nuts but she requires, demands focus. Pup has been going since she was three. Give’s so much focus and discipline. Her teacher is ex broadway chorus and she is strict withou going dance mom. Tae Kwon Do helps as well. Pup is not a robot and I am not some unsatisfied angry gay man beating a whip yelling 99% do better. She has play dates and sleepovers that cause me to stroke out.Everyday has two hours with a friend but homework time is in same chair same time everyday. Friends over fine they do homework time. Giggle fine 1/2 hour more home work time. They won’t stay away. So sad I yell homework and they stick around. I am a martinet. Not really I just say its a half an hour go home if you are not serious. They never leave mostly because they are 10 and have no cars but they come back and all four girls that come over on Tuesday’s and Friday’s are up on math scores.
        Funny thing 4th grade math teacher offered common core math classes to parents after hours on her own time. 9 parents attended all of the attendees kids have good grades.
        You cannot make a parent care. I actually had a conversation with a woman who cited rock stars getting wealthy as hercreason for thinking her daughter needed no education. I said I don’t know if Madonna is a happy person but I’d rather take the risk on my little girl finding purpose rather than her being celebrity.

        • taw46 says:

          That’s right, I forgot you said you attended Purdue. So, perfect time to return, by taking her for a visit. Sounds like you are doing all the right things with her, she has exposure to many activities, will be better prepared to make decisions about her life.

          • mothy67, says:

            I’d never want to be a parent. You never stop worrying again. I am pseudo parent and I aleady start worrying about her falling in the donut hole when she is 80. Fear never ends. Why Trump hits mothers and why no one cares about Hillary. It is not that she is a woman or a grandmother it is that she does not seem to care. I love women as a gay man but the old idols are tired.
            I treasure my kid and I will work two jobs to work for my kid but never say she is weak or a victim. I loathe Hillary because once ,she exhibited strength now she plays victim. Disgusting. Degenerate. I am a 48 year old gay man I love my not kid. Hillary disgusts me. She celebrates the irresponsible childhood exploits of Lena Dunham. I look at things from how will my 9 year old see it in ten years. I am repulsed. I am no prude. I found ass rape on Spartacus more palatable than scenes on Girls. Stuff is cheap. Confess I’ve seen quarter movies in ew York less offensive

  25. DeniseVB says:

    Ok, I think I’m done defending NY Values for awhile 😛 Warning: Adult Content at link


  26. DeniseVB says:

    Well, geesh. If Hillary underestimated a Bernie challenge, could she handle Trump (or a Cruz) ?

    • elliesmom says:

      To be honest, I don’t think she could have undercut Sanders’ message unless she said, “Me,too”. Young people are convinced everything Bernie is proposing can be paid for by increasing taxes on businesses and the people who take risks to make money. They have no concept of how increasing the cost of doing business either means higher prices for goods and services or more companies moving overseas. I was excoriated for suggesting a good way to reduce the cost of college tuition would be to remove some of the “frills” kids expect colleges to provide today and to stop saddling colleges with rules and regulations that only provide employment for administrators and do nothing toward educating students. The young folks want out from under the high cost of education, jobs with good wages, and a strong safety net. All of those things are worthwhile things to want and even fight for, but they have no idea what the relationship between government and business really is. They also have no idea about what the limits are on spending other people’s money. I don’t think they want a free lunch as much as they want to eat at the Ritz, but only pay for McDonald’s themselves.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Bernie was supposed to be a token opponent who would lose gracefully while she demonstrated her superior qualities and popularity. If she ran unopposed she wouldn’t get any news coverage until the general.

      But a funny thing happened on the way to her coronation.

      • Myiq2xu says:

        Imagine if the Dems had a strong challenger to run against her. But they got nobody. Bernie is the best they’ve got.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I keep bringing up good options, like Virginia’s Kaine and Warner, former (and well liked) governors, now senators. I’m sure there are others? Why was Hillary, The One ? An open election usually brings out the best (2008 had several Dem candidates that were viable). This year, we get grandma, a socialist, a grumpy one term senator and a guy who started the fires in Baltimore. Just strange.

          • Myiq2xu says:

            The party should be grooming candidates for the future. I think that was what they originally intended for Obama in 2008.

          • taw46 says:

            The party became all about Obama and nothing else. Taking all the money, moving DNC, not sharing supporter lists. I really think he wanted Biden to run, don’t know what happened there. Certainly doesn’t want anyone he thinks would outshine him.

          • Myiq2xu says:

            Ironically, all the other options to Hillary are old white men.

          • 49erDweet says:

            You forgot to mention retiring to Dubai.

          • 1539days says:

            This goes back to 2000. Hillary got lucky and had no effective GOP opponent in her first Senate run. However, other Democrats who might have fought her in the primaries were encouraged not to run. Hillary is good at running by herself.

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    • lyn says:

      There are no film buffs over there.

      • Myiq2xu says:

        Not a single Buffoon has seen the movie but they already know they hate it.

        • swanspirit says:

          They are like John, they don’t have to actually experience real life, to know they are superior to anyone who might actually live one.

        • Somebody says:

          The audience where I went to see 13 hours skewed older. The only young people I saw there were the ones that were with their parents and those were teens. The next youngest in the audience were in their 40’s, maybe late 30’s no twenty somethings to be seen and this was a Friday night.

    • jeffhas says:

      My personal favorite from the comments (although there are so many gems):

      Just Some Fuckhead says:
      January 16, 2016 at 1:05 pm
      @Germy: The right deals in illusions. That’s why they have to make movies confirming their favored storylines.

      Yeah… The right makes movies… In wingnut Hollywood….

  28. DeniseVB says:

    I’m going out on a limb now, it’s almost as though Trump is vetting Cruz from the Dems arsenal for the general election……as his vice president? Birthers? Check. Wall St. donors? Check. Feeding the media frenzy? Check. Check. The first primary vote won’t be cast for a couple of weeks, but I’ve never seen the heavy artillery brought out this early…..

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  31. mothy67, says:

    I watched the video of My Heart Will Go On
    Kate Winslet is and was breathtaking.
    The song was so annoying in 1999 but now haunts me with Celine Dion’s disturbingly common extraordiarily not commom inlections. It’s hauntingly soft.
    Leo had not lest all facial bone structure and become a fat shill for Al Gore. He was pretty then. Few men carry on beuty Eastwood did. Newman? O’toole, Grant? Streisand?Coopet?

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