This Guy Gets it Right

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Meet Bill Duncan:

I’m the guy who never answered the phone when caller ID said “Number Unavailable.” I don’t want every opinion, every perspective, and every trend to be visible to those who would mold public opinion. I am suspicious that had the power brokers in Washington known what was coming, they’d have found a way to get Hillary Clinton into office. I didn’t want that. I’m fed up. Enough is enough. I want my country back. This is supposed to be a government of the people — not of the banks, lobbyists and foreign donors.

I am one of an endangered species called the American middle class. […]

I am not an enthusiastic Donald Trump supporter. In fact, Trump was the very last candidate among the Republicans I wanted to see in this position. He was boorish, inarticulate and ill-informed. He has been crass, bombastic and coarse throughout the campaign, in ways that made me physically wince.  […]

But in the meantime, I am hearing some of you pollsters lamenting that you missed me in your polling, and wondering how almost all of you got it so incredibly wrong. Astonishingly, filmmaker Michael Moore, with whom I disagree about almost everything, got it right. I am angry, and I am frustrated.

Since Ronald Reagan, I have not seen a politician deliver on his or her promises to the American people; not Democrats and not Republicans. George H.W. Bush told us to read his lips, there would be no new taxes; but of course there were. President Obama promised that if you like your health-care plan and doctor, you can keep your health-care plan and doctor, and your costs will go down. We couldn’t, and they didn’t. He and his surrogates, including Sen. Claire McCaskill, D, here in Missouri, promised back in 2012 that there would be huge infrastructure projects, producing thousands of “shovel-ready jobs.” They never materialized. Hillary Clinton said the events in Benghazi were caused by a video. They weren’t. She also promised that she’d never handled any classified material on her private server, though she had.

The leaders in both parties thought I’d forget, and just continue to let all this slide. […]

They thought I would voluntarily remain impotent as the median U.S. household income declined, illegal immigrants continued to enter the United States and the sovereignty of our borders was shredded. They thought I’d just get over the way the Internal Revenue Service was used to target conservative organizations, and the way the Justice Department simply ignored laws like the Defense of Marriage Act that were disliked by the current administration.

Election cycle after election cycle, we sent politicians to Washington to fix these things, and cycle after cycle they failed us. In fact, they betrayed us. When Rep. Paul D. Ryan signed on to President Obama’s latest budget, I finally realized that it isn’t just the Democrats or liberals in general that are the problem. We desperately need to clean house on both sides of the aisle. […]

But you, the pollsters and the incredibly biased “mainstream” media, wouldn’t listen to me. You have been too busy promoting your own poisonous agenda. You did everything you could to brand conservatives as homophobic, xenophobic, greedy racists. You focused on spurious issues like genderless bathrooms and celebrity sex changes. You rebranded “pro-abortion” as “pro-choice.” You rebranded radical Islamic terrorism as “workplace violence.” You have continued your Machiavellian spinning of information and public perception, purposely drowning the voices of reason in your wake, year after excruciating year.

America is not intolerant, it is kind and welcoming and insists only that people follow the rule of law and assimilate if they come here. America is not dull; it teems with innovation and invention and productivity at levels unmatched by anyone in the world. America is not evil; in fact, it remains — even with all its flaws — the single greatest force for good in the world, as it has since the early 1900s.

[…]

There’s more. You can go to the link and read the whole thing. He’s obviously conservative in a midwestern, god-fearing way, but while that’s not exactly my cup of tea, there are many areas were we can agree. We can certainly agree that a certain moneyed class gets way too much of the grease of government business, for example. And that’s not a rip against accumulating wealth–it’s about how that wealth is accumulated and what you do with it. And we can agree that a long political memory for the last several decades of Washington politics leaves an angry, red scar on the backs of those of us who work hard for our living.

When we’ve had enough, we will lash out and find a new way to  reclaim our lost ground. It doesn’t matter that he’s pro-life and I don’t care about abortion. It doesn’t matter that He goes to church and I don’t. We both recognize phony politicking when we see it, and we will both only take so much for so long.

I like that there is a broadening, diverse, ideological center coming together over this election. The occasional op-ed like this is balm for the little slights and the slings and arrows thrown on social media. Screw all that noise. Those places are nearly intolerable these days, when they aren’t being purged, in which case they are outrightly intolerable.

Is anybody else feeling this way? Like fuck putrid Facebook, where idiots you know spew their poison, or Twitter, land of the 120 character wars with people you have never and will never meet? Fuck even Reddit, where they’ve managed to normalized 4Chan, which occasionally results in some hilarity nonetheless.

I’d like to hear more from guys like this. I appreciate his articulate vision regarding our history, and his spot-on analysis of the pollsters and press. Post it here if you know ’em!

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242 Responses to This Guy Gets it Right

  1. votermom says:

    Nice find, Lola!

  2. lateblum says:

    Excellent. This made my day!

  3. DeniseVB says:

    This gal gets it so wrong. Make the media stop it !!

  4. Lulu says:

    We are starting to see push-back with pieces like this which is of course good. BUT! But every damned one has to virtue signal their stupid head off with the Trump is a clown, he is vulgar, he is blah, blah, blah. Bull. Shit. He is the smartest, most authentic, cagey, aggressive, connected to his voter, gifted candidate I have ever seen and I’ve been watching candidates for a very long time. He was my first choice from the start based on what he said. It took me a week or so to get used to his accent which is jarring to me but not what he said. To say that I’m thrilled with the immigration information coming out of the Trump transition and the back-tracking of the criminal government of Mexico is an understatement. To start with the expulsion of convicted felons from the US is where to start and Mexico knows they are their responsibility.

    • Venus says:

      I agree — the Trump is a vulgar clown who lucked into this is bullshit.
      Have we not witnessed the vulgarness of Obama and the left these last 8 years? “They bring a knife, you bring a gun” Tea party = terrorists and teabaggers, etc. Hell, look at what is going on RIGHT NOW with these idiot snowflakes — “Rape Melania” “Trump is Hitler” etc.
      He fought them on their OWN TERMS using THEIR RULES.
      That’s not being a vulgar clown — that’s being a smart fighter. Not one single person on the R side would have beaten Hillary, just like none of the others beat Obama, friend of domestic terrorist Bill Ayers and member of a racist “church” where “G– Damn America” is screamed from the pulpit.

      • swanspirit says:

        I agree, Trump is the only candidate that could have beaten Hillary.

        • Lulu says:

          The “Bernie could have won” is the stupidest thing yet out of that bunch. Bernie could not stand up to a bunch of BLM hysterics. He would have been creamed in debates even with the Jebster for crying out loud. He had to kiss HIllary’s ring with NO MORE EMAIL TALK! He was pathetic.

        • foxyladi14 says:

          And did!!! 😀

    • Dora says:

      I agree except for one thing – he has a wonderful accent. I love it. 🙂

    • mcnorman says:

      He’s vulgar because he doesn’t do verbal fellatio to the useful idiots. I’m on the phone all day long. I love the economy of words…three sentences well thought out make a YUGE difference in my day. I don’t need an epic novel of blah blah. I believe these people are in need of aggressive talk therapy more so than writing about “their” special feelings..

    • I hear you and I agree. I didn’t cut it because I felt like it was truly representative of his point of view. I was also bothered by it, and can’t understand why people need those qualifications now. I understood them in the beginning; I interpreted them as a revolt against Trump’s reality star status. A lot of us deplore so-called reality TV because we know it’s not anything approaching reality.

      But I agree with much of you and Venus have said about Trump’s character. I’ve come to love him, and I always believed he would be a good president. I’m certain that he was the only who could beat Hillary precisely because America knew him as well as they knew Hillary.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    This list of Medal of Freedom picks reads more like Obama’s top donors and fundraisers. Pay2Play, right?

  6. DandyTIger says:

    The elites in their powdered wigs are very, very angry with us peasants. We were supposed to know our place. We’ve rudely interrupted their plans to complete their destruction of the middle class. They know better, and we had the nerve to stand up and have a say. To get back at us, Maryland is taking the first step in directing their delegates to vote for the popular vote winner. That doesn’t make a difference in their state, but it’s the first shot across the bow. They want to see what the reaction is. They want to see how serious we are. They haven’t given up yet. And if that doesn’t work, they will put everything into destroying Trump some other way. People will do anything for near infinite power.

    • Lulu says:

      On Carlson’s show last night were two electors. Both said they had to vote their conscience. He drilled down a little on them and both said it was because they were “good” and voters were bad essentially. They were going to save the republic with their goodness and superior intelligence and knowledge of “facts”. They were going to try to convince other electors of this. Both dweeb idiots, both think they are superior in intellect (why?) and both don’t think the voters from the their states won’t burn they house down. They were deluded.

      • I’d keep an eye on this. The leaders of our country have never truly fought the “intelligence” apparatus like they should, and Donald Trump likely will. They are not above a trick exactly like this. Remember, the courts in England basically took Brexit from the people just a month or so ago.

    • swanspirit says:

      Maryland went Clinton, due to gerrymandering of course. My county was 62% Trump, but due Baltimore City and PG County Maryland remains a blue state .So our delegates will vote Clinton anyway. The idiots pushing this electoral college crap are just more shocked sore losers.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Virginia went blue because 60k felons were given back their voting rights 😉

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        You can add the People Republic Of Montgomery County to that blue sector.

        My congressional area is one they created by taking parts of Frederick County up to the Pennsylvania border (red territory) and neutering the red by attaching it to very deep blue section of Montgomery County. Not only that, to do so they have this thin line connecting the two – because the part of the county contiguous to Frederick was not blue enough to turn the tide.The goal of the Maryland is literally to have no red left on their map.

    • kanaughty says:

      I really would have wanted to start the american pirate party if hrc won 🙂 dandy as mascot 🙂

  7. votermom says:

  8. Toni Morrison

  9. votermom says:

    So Mooch is Vogue’s cover story, and she’s gone all MILF-wannabe

    • Somebody says:

      That is some serious photo shop going on right there.

    • votermom says:

      This one is so funny compared to Barack’s workout pics

    • jeffhas says:

      Yeah – the only pose to hide your resting bitch face, wide hipped gunt.

      In public recently I watched a VERY heavy lady take a selfie by tilting her head back as though she were lying flat in her back – oh I’m sure it hid her ‘neck if a thousand pan man’, but what the f*ck ever happened to “be comfortable with who you are?… this is how Mother Nature made you”

      Then they turn around and snip off (or just tuck) their manhood and call themselves Cait.

      What a bunch of lying-ass vulgar hypocrites!

      • I normally would not mock a first lady’s appearance (much) but it pisses me off the way the media has tried to force her down our throats as some kind of fashion and beauty icon. She’s built like a linebacker, and she’s not very pretty.

        Worst of all she dresses in horrible fashions.

        • DeniseVB says:

          It’s the content of her character that bugs me the most. Had the media left out their comparisons to JackieO, maybe MOTUS would have never been started ? Jackie started the White House Historical Association to preserve and protect the people’s house. Michelle held sack races in one of the rooms.

        • Jadzia says:

          I think she is perfectly nice-looking (nobody is putting me in the pages of Vogue anytime soon) and I generally don’t pay too much attention to what First Ladies get up to, but yeah, the constant insistence that she was the most beautiful and elegant and perfect creature ever to grace the halls of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the history of the republic made me really not like her.

          • blowme0bama says:

            That’s it exactly with EVERYTHING the MSM pushes. They just keep on pushing a falsity that contradicts what your own eyes tell you then act like you’re deficient for not believing them. They’ve created a reflexive rejection of everything they say due to their gaslighting.

          • Jadzia says:

            Exactly. I hate, hate HATE the oversell.

          • 49erDweet says:

            Yeah. She could have been a great cultural icon – except for the over-the-top obviousness of the force feeding. Talk about blowback. Someone seriously miscalculated.

          • Somebody says:

            That’s true Dweet, Michelle had the opportunity to be a real role model in so many areas across racial and cultural divides…….but no.

            I still think her advisors screwed her over encouraging let’s move. Even that program would have been fine if tempered with body acceptance.

    • mothy67 says:

      No Melania!

    • swanspirit says:

      O dear goddess help me! She really wants her own reality show! I take it back, there is absolutely no excuse for that pose, especially from a first lady. If there were any real feminists out there, they would be appalled at such a sexist pose, and screaming at “the patriarchy”for asking a first lady to pose in such a manner.

      Melania, on the other hand, is probably laughing her butt off.

      This is just so bad.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I just noticed a hint of photoshopping. The spaces between her elbows and waist seem “brighter” than the rest of the steps, especially curving to create a smaller waistline? Wouldn’t there be a shadow behind her too?

    • Lulu says:

      Congratulatory “Thank god that THING lost to you President-elect Trump and we don’t have to pay bribes anymore” is not a classified phone call dimwit.

      • taw46 says:

        Lol, it’s Trump’s fault leaders don’t have his phone number? What was he supposed to do, send out an email blast to every country in the world? Isn’t it the State Department’s responsibility to facilitate contact with the President Elect?

    • Lulu says:

      She wwwoooorrrrkked ssssoooo hhhaaarrrrrrddddd!!!! doing all the wrong stuff. If she hadn’t married Bill Clinton no one would have ever heard of her and she would be lucky if she wound up as a probate lawyer in Evanston. She f’ed up on the Watergate committee, she f’ed up as a lousy lawyer in Little Rock, she f’ed up as a health care czar in Bubba I, she f’ed up in 2008, she f’ed up as SOS. She f’ed up a charity even. All of this was GIVEN to her and she still f’ed up.

      • lateblum says:

        You meant Evanston, WY, right. Otherwise I’d have had to move – again.

      • lateblum says:

        I wonder what we’d think about her now if she had been elected POTUS in 2008. How was it we never knew any of this – except, of course, her stint as SOS? Or did we simply give her a pass because in 2008 she was simply the best there was? I look at all I’ve learned about HRC and still have difficulty thinking that bronco was a better choice.

  10. This is a great read.

    • votermom says:

      Long but good. I wonder if he’ll eventually leave the Dems.

      • Lulu says:

        I would say no because his virtue signaling is strong even thought he sees that is is becoming harmful to people with severe mental issues. Part of his profession is being “good”.

      • taw46 says:

        It was good, should have come out sooner. He last wrote along these lines in Oct 2015. Why wait? He said he didn’t want anyone to think he was for Trump or to give anyone reason to vote for Trump. So no, I don’t think he will leave the Dems, he was fine with what was happening. And if he really cared about how unhinged people were becoming, he would have written this months ago. Just my opinion.

    • Read every word. It was worth every minute. Too bad the internet is all TL’DR these days.

  11. jeffhas says:

    Donald Trump is Vulgar?

    I’ll to you what’s Vulgar:

    – losing the first Ambassador in 40 years, and STILL no one is held responsible to just ANSWER for why this happened or tell us the truth (LYING ALL THE TIME IS SO F*ING VULGAR)

    – Saying, “we came, we saw, he died” regarding the death of a leader of a country that we invaded – even though that leader had been helping us fight terrorists. Getting involved in other countries politics is F’king VULGAR!

    – using the IRS and watching their workers take the 5th or smugly testify as though they owe us no explanation for their actions.

    – meeting on the F’ing Tarmac ‘by chance’ with the husband of the person you’re currently investigating – how much more Vulgar can you get?

    – calling a guy a SEXUAL PREDATOR because the guy talks like a GUY about grabbing p*ssy from women who let him, because those women would LOVE to be grabbed my a celebrity.

    – taking money from countries you are supposed to be negotiating with on behalf of our country – when you’re being PAID by our country to negotiate on our behalf.

    – giving all you friends, in-laws, and cronies fat, self-written contracts for millions and billions – all so you can be paid back with campaign contributions or other perks and cash.

    – taking multimillion dollar vacations on the Public Dime – when you know there are people out there who are suffering and can’t really afford the extra dime they have to pitch in while you party.

    – not ever talking about the victims of crime from illegal immigrants, while happily pointing fingers at cops that may or may not have been involved in the death of someone they were arresting.

    – accepting a ‘peace prize’ when you had done no actual WORK in your life on behalf of peace.

    – proudly telling fat cats that you tell them one thing and the public something else, while the fat cats send you money for your comments.

    I can go on and on with the Vulgarities (you guys oughta have a Vulgar Thread to list ’em all)… Their are lots of ways to be Vulgar, and most are more horrible then saying p*ssy.

  12. votermom says:

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  14. Dora says:

    She must not have seen the new issue of Vogue.

    ====

    West Virginia mayor resigns after backlash over racist Facebook post describing Michelle Obama as an ‘Ape in heels’
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3940180/West-Virginia-mayor-Beverly-Whaling-resigns-racist-Facebook-post-describing-Michelle-Obama-Ape-heels.html

  15. helenk3 says:

    http://rickwells.us/trump-two-existing-laws-fight-sanctuary-cities-10-years-prison/

    two existing laws fight sanctuary cities

    question I go back to being a democrat, can I rob a bank because i want some money or do I have to obey the laws of the land?

    • CiscoKid says:

      $1.3 billion a year that Chicago receives from the government to harbor, feed and clothe the illegal aliens.
      One or two years of funding cut off and I do believe those sanctuary cities will change their minds.
      I can only imagine what other cities in government subsidies.

      • Lulu says:

        It is classic cost shifting. The entire country is forced to pay for the cheap labor social cost requirements of Chicago businesses. This also applies to almost every other city in the US so Chicago is just the dumbest because they are so upfront about it.

  16. Dora says:

  17. mcnorman says:

    even Reddit, where they’ve managed to normalized 4Chan, which occasionally results in some hilarity nonetheless.

    roflmao

    YES, I now think 4chan is normal.

    • Lulu says:

      “Protective journalism” is a made up term that means they want to be there is he is assassinated. Before Michelle Field’s stalking him and trying to poke Trump with a pen or something, I might have believed some cock and bull about “the media” scaring away bad guys. Did they with Sirhan Sirhan? Or loony tunes John Hinkley? No. This is just more posturing for access because no one wants them around and the public doesn’t need them for “newz”, and they got nuttin’ to sell anyone wants.

    • Anthony says:

      If I were a member of the press pool, I’d also be pretty pissed that I didn’t get to write off a meal at The 21 Club on my expense account…

      If he was really trying to hide from the press, he wouldn’t have gone to one of the most high profile restaurants in NYC. I took his gesture as a flaming middle finger to the paparazzi that call themselves the Presidential Press Pool. More like a Cess Pool if you ask me

      • CiscoKid says:

        I’ll try to clean it up a bit.
        After all the s*****g and p***** g the press and media has dumped onTrump, now HE supposed to be nice and play pretend, we’re all buddy’s after all.
        Don’t think that the attacks are going to stop, it’s only gonna get worse.
        It’s Trumps table and he’s dealing.

  18. votermom says:

  19. votermom says:

    FREEBIES!

  20. Somebody says:

    This is an interesting take on the electoral college vs popular vote
    http://libertyunyielding.com/2016/11/17/los-angeles-county-decide-presidential-elections-us/

    • Lulu says:

      Everyone thought that it would be NYC with the nihilistic landscape, as in Escape from NY, etc but it really is going to be LA because of illegal immigration and Mexico ex post facto running it. LA is where it is going to be very, very bad when the money is cut off.

      • John Denney says:

        City dwellers are mostly clueless about how to create meat, grain, cotton fiber, building materials, fruit and vegetables, nuts, energy, . . .
        Policies based on their fantasies about such things hurt everyone.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Good article. More interesting would be how that would change the future, not just this election. If it were popular votes alone, campaigning, and worse, federal policy, would be geared strictly to a few urban areas. The federal government would put its effort into making LA, Chicago, NY, and maybe a few others happy, at the expense of everyone else. Maybe that’s already true, but it would get worse. And the rest of the country would be completely ignored, even more than now. Presidential campaigns would be in those few urban areas only. Why bother going anywhere else. The media of course would love it.

  21. DeniseVB says:

    Keith Ellison for DNC ? Are they even serious about making their party great again, otherwise, a peek into our future…..

  22. votermom says:

  23. votermom says:

    LOL

  24. taw46 says:

  25. swanspirit says:

    Can I just insert this here? Obama is a motherfucking son of bitch rat bastard.
    I just caught ; totally by accident, a small portion of his press conference with Merkel. He was commenting on the campaign of course. So he just had to warn young people not to take their way of life for granted. He was implying that Trump would be some kind of fascist dictator, without actually coming out and saying it in so many words.
    First of all, if anyone elected President were to become a dictator, Obama wishes it were himself.
    Second, the Dims and their far left antisemetic hate filled brown shirts come so much closer to enabling a fascist regime than anything Trump could implement. Third, did I mention Obama was a no good rat bastard SOB?

  26. lateblum says:

    Hmmm, and so it begins. Look at this!

    • lateblum says:

      and this:

      • CiscoKid says:

        Perfect stitching together of these otherwise random pieces.
        Nicely done 👍

      • blowme0bama says:

        Reminds me of Iran releasing the hostages right after Ray-gun was elected (or maybe inaugurated).

      • blowme0bama says:

        Yeah, that 20 billion barrel oil find is YUUUUUUUUUUUUGGE! We literally can tell Saudi to GFY if we can get enough refining capacity here in the US. Trump needs to lose those regs which are prohibiting new refineries and start the production. It will be impossible for a leftie to come along and argue “we need foreign dependence on oil” and cut God knows HOW many jobs will be created. We could safely export oil for decades and still have enough to run the US for 50 years.

      • DeniseVB says:

        He hasn’t even been sworn in yet, imagine when he can do after he picks Obama out of his hair. #MAGA !

    • Jadzia says:

      I’m skeptical. You know those designer goods that carry labels that say made in Italy, made in France? Bags that cost a thousand, two thousand, three thousand? Lots of those designers have most of the products assembled 95% in China, then ship them over and have a handle or a tassle or something attached here in Europe, right at the end of the process. Boom, they’ve got a right to a “Made in [your country here]” label. And they still get to keep those sweet profits.

      • Jadzia says:

        I’m just skeptical because of the article’s emphasis on a “made in the USA” LABEL.

      • lateblum says:

        And that’s the reason to buy them from the street vendors. Those that are near Michigan Avenue in Chicago or 5th Ave n NYC.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Canal Street in NYC. I carried a $12 Prada hobo purse for several years. One of my fashionista friends went over every stitch and metal part to look for a sign of counterfeiting. She thought I had the real deal !

          • Anthony says:

            Remember Canal Jeans? Loved that place

          • DeniseVB says:

            If you put me in the store, I might remember. 🙂 As a professional pursuer of”plundered” items, store names escape me in the thrill of the hunt. Canal Street is always on my list for NYC visits, it’s never the same visit twice.

            Last visit I stayed near Fulton Street in Brooklyn, WOW, great shopping and less grungy than Canal. Bought an armful of $10 “designer label” sweaters at their Macy’s.

          • lateblum says:

            That’s right! I had forgotten about Canal Street. A wonderful place for those vendors. 🙂

    • kanaughty says:

      He’s already making apple great again! Haha!

  27. votermom says:

    School nurse sent an email that the county has warned about an unusual increase in the number of pertussis cases

    “They have seen an increase in reporting especially among children ages 8-12 with a slight increase in the ages of 15-17. “

    • Somebody says:

      Are all your kids immunized VM? If so, you probably don’t have anything to worry about with pertussis.

      An outbreak is dangerous to those that aren’t immunized or who have weakened immune systems. We had an outbreak here when my youngest was in cancer treatment…..yikes! Also my son had a life threatening reaction when he was a baby, so he never got another pertussis vaccine. It wouldn’t be an issue for him if pertussis didn’t seem to be making a comeback every couple of years.

    • Constance says:

      I’m not against vaccines but something like one in four who die from whooping cough have been vaccinated. Stopping the outbreaks is what is needed and since they don’t even know who comes and goes or stays in our country that isn’t going to happen.

      • DeniseVB says:

        A dozen years ago when the gran twins were getting their puppy shots, there was much concern about autism, so their pediatrician didn’t give the combo shots and spaced them out over more weeks.

  28. votermom says:

    So, about Comet Pizza, that creepy possibly pedo ring front

    reddit has a summary page

    http://preview.tinyurl.com/gwbtww3

    • blowme0bama says:

      I don’t know what to make of that. It seems so far down the rabbit hole, but there are definitely some very odd coincidences.

      • votermom says:

        The owner’s dusturbing instagram account, before he set it to private. Full of red flags and innuendo like comments from followers

        https://sli.mg/a/gaffhM

        This is a guy connected to Soros. Once listed as 49th most influential person in DC. David Brock’s ex-boyfriend.

        • blowme0bama says:

          Yeah, when that “handkerchief” email first came up and 4chan was running with this “pasta” thing, they seemed pretty far out there.

          But the more things these guys have dug up, the more eerie it seems.

  29. taw46 says:

    I hope he runs for office one day.

  30. votermom says:

    This is NBC though so I am not putting much stock in it

    • kanaughty says:

      Willie nelson for decriminalization of marijuana federally outreach czar 😉

    • kanaughty says:

      There have been way too many choices for state. I have no idea which way this is going. Mitt would be better on some business or entrepreneural secretary, commerce? Also mitt needs to stop being an ass to trump. But please do not give nasty kasich a position, that’s all i ask of trump. And also i want rudy for something. He’s tough and smart and was so visible as a great leader on 9/11. Maybe intelligence or homeland. But something.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Keep your friends close and enemies closer?

    • DeniseVB says:

      Cavuto is talking about the speculation now. Speak about a team of rivals move. I know Mitt’s been an ahole this year, but he would be good at cracking heads at State and a great world representative. Wonder what Nikki Haley (another NeverButWillVoteForHimTrumper) was called in for?

  31. blowme0bama says:

    Warden_AoS Is searching twitter for the phrase “hate white people”, then reporting them. Hilarity ensues

    • DeniseVB says:

      Every now and then my local paper runs a local guy’s “editorial” cartoon instead of a syndicated one like Ramirez. Today’s was Trump greeting his supporters (with racist signs) at the front door of the WH saying “Thanks for your help, but you’ll have to use the back door from now on”.

      It’s such a lie. I’m fuming.

    • kanaughty says:

      God you guys, my gay friends are so scared that trump will void their marriages. I don’t what else to say except that he is the most gay friendly repub candidate ever and he will tell the congress no on that,it’s been decided. He’s proved in his life he’s been gay friendly. Plus if he were a dem these people wouldn’t question his leanings on that topic, which he was a dem. But they are insistant the gay rights are going away. This is literally destrpying my relationships right now because they are freaking out because they are believing their echo chamber media. It’s so fucked up. I don’t know if i will have any family or friends left after this when i just wanted to stop the slide away from our constitution and our freedom of speech. This sucks. So hopefully all i can wish for to save my relationships is for trump to prove their hysterics wrong.

  32. swanspirit says:

    I 💜 Nikki HAley, I was very disappointed in her lack of support for Donald during the campaign. She makes me wonder how much support for First Woman POTUS would disappear if Nikkei was running for that office.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Sarah, Nikki and Susana Martinez should be put in the cabinet, which will set them up for Hey Girl Runs in 2024. Meanwhile, DNC will be putting burkas on college students while peeing down our backs and telling us it’s raining or something, something mean words.

  33. Mt.Laurel says:

    Well AOL/Huffy has found a new way to inflict their stupid thoughts by putting their TOP NEWS headlines on the mail sign in page. Evidently too many people were checking the box that said indicated you did not want to see AOL News items when getting email.

    BOO has evidently told Trump he needs to be tough in dealing Russia.
    BOO has issued a warning on Global – I mean Climate Change
    Timme Kane is evaluating his Future and his run in 2020.

  34. mothy67 says:

    Tom Hanks
    “This is the United States of America. We’ll go on. There’s great like-minded people out there who are Americans first and Republicans or Democrats second,” Hanks told THR. “I hope the president-elect does such a great job that I vote for his re-election in four years.”

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/2016/11/17/tom-hanks-breaks-from-hollywood-pack-and-says-he-hopes-trump-does-well/

    • Ann says:

      But that only makes sense. In 2008 I wished Obama would do well (even though I was sure he would not… never been so sorry to be right about anything in my life). Every American should always wish the President (and Congress) does well.

  35. Dora says:

    Sing it Willie

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