70 is the New 50 – Happy Birthday Mr. Trump

So here’s a photo from Donald’s real 50th.

Donald Trump

Donald Trump

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83 Responses to 70 is the New 50 – Happy Birthday Mr. Trump

  1. DeniseVB says:

    I’m 4 months behind him to the day. I’m in better shape, mentally and physically, than I was at 50. So this is good news for most of our TCH community, eh? I’d like to think so. 😀

  2. votermom says:

  3. DeniseVB says:

    I think Milo’s a bigger threat to the left than Trump. Have been watching his tweets all day. THIS doesn’t upset teh LGBTs ?

  4. DandyTIger says:

    deray’s twitter hack includes some interesting direct messages to his fellow organizers. Not sure this is verified, but it is tin foil hat Tuesday after all (via this link):

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      • DeniseVB says:

        Great snowflake sleuthing there Dandy 🙂 I’m not seeing much difference on the MSM tweeties, lots of Trumplosions, less context. It’s been a weird day.

      • SHV says:

        Those messages don’t have the “feel” of real SJW, BLM, anarchist rhetoric. However, I think we will have riots this summer… Replay of the 60s

        • DeniseVB says:

          This is what’s scary. 60’s were more like Make Love, Not War. Today is more like Where’s my Safe Place. Yuuuge difference. There’s no “Happy”, and today’s “anarchists” are the 30’s “facists”. Where’s the feels like this?

          • SHV says:

            “This is what’s scary. 60’s were more like Make Love, Not War.”
            I was in DC during ’68 riots. Burning buildings, 14,000 troops, APCs, sand bags, M60 machine guns on Penn. Ave. That more like what I see coming rather than the ’70, ’71 DC war protest of peace, flowers, joints and naked girls in the reflecting pool.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            I used to visit my relatives in DC for a few weeks every summer. By 1968 they had moved out of the city to Maryland. No trips downtown that year at all. It was still a hot zone weeks after the initial riots. When I moved here myself in 1988, my first office was on H Street near the White House. Just a few blocks away even with all the money the feds poured into the area, you could still see the charred remained of buildings.

            Detroit never recovered from 68. Baltimore, like many cities did start making a comeback, but have now lost much of the ground they had reclaimed.

            We survived but apparently there are those that just really think that the depressing, oppressive, disease ridden dark ages are a guide to the future.

        • blowme0bama says:

          Yeah, I’m going to agree with that. Seems a little too condensed for that much to be in so few tweets.

  5. Venus says:

  6. WMCB says:

    Trump has never been one to coddle and appease murderers:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Sigh. Were any of the current MSM “journalists” born by 1989?

      • Ann says:

        Why do I think a lot of these polls are ummm made up? Seriously… most important issue facing our country is the federal deficit at 26%? Jobs is DOWN to most important to 41% of these people? 53% APPROVE of President Obama?

        I mean come on…really?

        72% of these people would definitely vote if the election were held today? Wow. Looks like a major turn-out because they love Hillary Clinton so darned much. O.o

        49-37, Hillary. Although in March it was 54-36 Hillary… apparently they all got sucked to… Gary Johnson. Again O.o

        41% would have more confidence in Hillary than Trump to handle a situation like Orlando if it were to happen again.

        I don’t see the republican/democrat/independent breakdown, but man I gotta think that a good 40-50% of these people polled are complete idiots, or party elites for the Dems. (Not mutually exclusive)

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Well isn’t Senior Snowflake Fields just the professional you would want on your team

      • blowme0bama says:

        Garbage. Said Hillary supporters were more enthusiastic to vote than Trump supporters. Jeezus… The people who will vote for her don’t even like her.

  7. Venus says:

    Two wow moments from Trump’s Greensboro, NC rally — 1. Trump said Obama was more mad at me than the killer. Truth!
    2. Richard “the King” Petty came out to endorse Trump — that puts NC in the W column for Trump. Petty is redneck royalty.

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  9. DeniseVB says:

    Where was gun control circa 1961 and “Chico”. *Spoiler* West Side Story Finale.

    • SHV says:

      “Where was gun control circa 1961 and “Chico”. *Spoiler* West Side Story Finale.”
      The hysteria in the 50s was urban “ethnic” gangs, especially New York and switchblade knives. “Rebel Without a Cause”, “High School Confidential”, “West Side Story”, etc. fanned the flames in popular culture, leading to the Switchblade Knife Act of 1958. When I was in school in 1950s, mail order Italian Stiletto switchblades were popular. Finally, after 50 years, “automatic” knives are becoming legal again in many states.

  10. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • jeffhas says:

      I gotta tell you – pre-cooked is what I’ve been thinking lately… when he got off message about the judge thing, he opened the door, and they baked him.

      I’m not saying he can’t recover, but it is exactly what the ‘losers’ were saying, Donald has been fighting for voters – everything he says is to protect them…. Except the judge thing, that seemed like Donald looking out for himself….he should’ve continued to say, “we will win this lawsuit, but don’t worry, I will be fine, we have bigger things to solve for our Country”.

      The Curiel thing struck me as his Romney moment… I hate to say it. But people I know and talk to stopped their Trump Train a bit, and that is worrisome.

      He needs to get back on the attack without sounding desperate… I’m still waiting for him to kneecap Hillary.

      But I am worried like I have not been before.

      Please knock some sense into me!

      • jeffhas says:

        Of course then we had Orlando and the narrative was changed… I can’t wait fir the debates….!

      • Lulu says:

        I do not want a LaRaza judge near any litigation that I am involved in, might be involved in, that should involve me, that affects me or anyone I know. This includes all white people and especially BLACK people who they HATE. It is a racist, toxic, seditious, ideology and I would feel about as comfortable with an ISIS affiliated judge. All of the ass covering for LaRaza sounds exactly like the crap put out by CAIR. If your area has not been afflicted by LaRaza yet good for you. The rest of us know how awful they are and are often sympatico with drug cartels who are their “brothers”. Remember they want you to go back to Europe even if like me your ancestors came in 1635 predating theirs from Spain and built North America north of the Rio Grande.

  11. DeniseVB says:

  12. DeniseVB says:

    BREAKING: We just Cantored another incumbent in a Primary..VA-02

  13. DeniseVB says:

    Trump is right, I’m getting tired of winning. 😛 Here’s another news cycle he’ll be dominating….

  14. taw46 says:

  15. elliesmom says:

    This is making the rounds on Facebook.

    “Given the current revelations that the terrorist used gay dating apps and visited the club many times and appeared to have at least some dalliances with homosexuality, the discussion in the media, online and elsewhere needs to be reframed. Yes, there is the thin veneer of international Islamic terrorism, but this brand of hate is the kind that is made in America. This is American terrorism and American hate, committed by an American citizen subject to mostly American culture. The terrorist suffered from a deeply engrained internalized homophobia that is still all too common with LGBT people in this country. He was American first and seems to only have had a superficial understanding of Islam, alternatively embracing Shi’a then Sunni extremist groups whose philosophies are varied and distinct and not really mutually compatible. He did deeply understand the gay community in America and he did understand that the gay bar was one of the few places of refuge from judgment and violence that LGBT people be vigilant about. Just like the Charleston terrorist understood that the Church was a place of refuge for black Americans.

    This American brand of internalized homophobia results in staggering rates of suicide and suicidal ideations in LGBT persons, including myself in my younger years. In this case, that internalized self hate resulted in something even more dreadful that suicide. Instead of directing “tough” messages towards Islam, bullying another disenfranchised minority, we should be advocating for messages of inclusion and love for ALL people too often made to feel unsafe and less-than in our American society. Cross cultural discussions, message of kindness from our leaders and from one another, and attempts to embrace compassion is the better approach. By appealing to our higher impulses in the cultural discourse, we can do more to improve the psychology of the culture at large and the individual in microcosm than most any policy initiative, and is especially better than externalizing our frustration onto others. We should appeal to diversity and the great American ideals where all people are created equal–where reconciling life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are our top priority.”

    I guess the “This wasn’t terrorism after all” message has gotten some legs.


    • blowme0bama says:

      The monsterous Americans that haunt their imaginations preclude them seeing what is before their eyes … any twisting to avoid reality. Nothing surprising or new there as we’ve long known that leftists are mentally ill.

      • mcnorman says:

        Gun free zones = killing fields. They can’t seem to make that connection, nor do they wish to accept that Sharia is not the BFF of the liberal crowd.

    • taw46 says:

      Sebastian Gorka just said on FOX that we are in danger of the perpetrator becoming the victim. I think we are already there.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Poor guy. If some nasty conservative person hasn’t forced a gun in his hands and said mean things to him…

    • Venus says:

      Poor idiots don’t understand that “casing the joint” isn’t the same thing as “dabbling in homosexual behavior”

      • Lulu says:

        Wifey poo was with him at Disney looking for a good murder spot. They were so weird and creepy that Disney sent their shit to the FBI. Is SHE a homosexual too? Or just another protected “class” by the DOJ Civil Rights Division who orders the FBI not to investigate Muslims and their “religion”. The shit is going to hit the fan on this. They can’t be observed in mosques acting murderous NOR Disney World it appears. Their civil rights to murder us all exceed our civil rights to stay alive and not be terrorized. Obama is being exposed and that was why he was having a snit fit yesterday.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Homosexuals are sooooooo oppressed in America that they have their own nightclubs?

      How many gay nightclubs are there in Saudi Arabia?

    • mothy67 says:

      Ugh. What an ass.

  16. DandyTIger says:

    From a Trump reddit page:

    There was a national crisis. Trump was the first to respond, at 4:30am. That means his people woke him up to let him know about the shooting – just like the President. Trump immediately tweeted out his sympathy etc. Then hours later, started talking about solutions. That’s leadership.

    Meanwhile, Hillary didn’t say anything until morning, and even started her message with “I just woke up to the news”. Her aides didn’t even bother waking her from yet another one of her long sleeps. That’s not presidential behavior.

    The next day, Trump delivered the speech that Obama should have given.

    And now, a few days later, Hillary and Obama are finally saying similar things to what Trump said on Sunday.

    So you tell me, who the hell are they saying isn’t Presidential? Surely the person who doesn’t bother waking up, or the person who umms and errs through a statement of meaningless platitudes is not Presidential.

  17. Myiq2xu™ says:

  18. Venus says:

    It’s come to this: criticizing Trump for correct use of capitalization (WTF are they teaching in schools these days):

  19. SHV says:

    Killing Gays nothing to do with peace loving Islam…

    “The latest theory posits Orlando mass murderer Omar Mateen as a murderous closet case. If it’s true—and who knows?—then it starkly shows how much still needs to be done to help LGBT people live openly and equally.”

    OR Evil White Male Americans made gentle Omar shoot 100 people.

  20. SHV says:

    “Daily News Writer Somehow Survives Trauma Of Firing America’s Most Popular Rifle”
    “It feels like a bazooka — and sounds like a cannon.

    One day after 49 people were killed in the Orlando shooting, I traveled to Philadelphia to better understand the firepower of military-style assault weapons and, hopefully, explain their appeal to gun lovers.

    But mostly, I was just terrified…….”


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