#SuperSaturday Is A FL OH Prelude: Louisiana, Kansas, #KYCaucus, Maine, For @RealDonaldTrump And Long Fight For #Hillary2016

Fox News is still pushing Little Marco even though Little Marco after SuperTuesday needs two thirds of the upcoming delegates to have a chance to win. Tonight we will see how many votes/delegates Little Marco gets. Tonight we will see how much influence Uncle Mitt has with GOP voters.

We’ll see tonight how many votes/delegates Lyin’ Ted gets now that the evangelical vote will not be as large as it was in South Carolina and SuperTuesday states which states Lyin’ Ted still lost. Governor Kasich presumably will get some votes/delegates tonight too but like Lyin’ Ted and Little Marco a vote for any of these is a vote for the GOP establishment to broker the GOP convention and impose their nominee on the GOP rank and file once again.

For the GOP tonight is about two things: (1) Donald J. Trump or a brokered convention; (2) March 15 when Florida, Ohio, and other big states vote in a winner take all final battle.

For Hillary2016 and Bernie Sanders tonight is another day on the road. Bernie Sanders won several victories on SuperTuesday which was the day Sanders was supposed to be wiped out. Sanders victories today will mean long war skirmishes until the DNC convention.

This is the AP’s take on today’s elections:

Five more states were taking their turns Saturday in the 2016 presidential race with caucuses and primaries largely overshadowed by Super Tuesday and potentially make-or-break contests soon to come. [snip]

Trump, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Ohio Gov. John Kasich were competing in Maine, Kansas, Kentucky and Louisiana. Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders faced off in Nebraska, Kansas and Louisiana. [snip]

With the GOP race in chaos, establishment figures frantically are looking for any way to stop Trump, perhaps at a contested convention if none of the candidates can roll up the 1,237 delegates needed to snag the nomination.

The Republicans are eating their own. They’ve got to be very careful,” Trump said in Wichita. “We have to bring things together.”

A Trump backer had a stern warning for those trying to block the Trump juggernaut: “If the big, fat GOP don’t like him, they don’t like me,” said 65-year-old Connie Belton, a retired homemaker from Wichita.

Connie Belton is representative of the grass roots sentiment in the Trump versus GOP establishment showdown. Britain’s left win publication,The Guardian, wrote up some other Trump supporters who do so in secret:

‘Not even my wife knows’: secret Donald Trump voters speak out

We asked Guardian readers who are voting for Trump why they support him. From firm conservatives to fed-up liberals, their answers were revealing

The Hispanic attorney (29, Florida)
‘He has demonstrated that he is, at heart, a caring person’ [snip]

The scientist who likes both Bernie and Donald (48, California)
‘I’m very concerned about radical Muslims’ [snip]

The Occupy protester turned Trump supporter (24, New York)
‘His candidacy is ripping the soul of America apart – we deserve it’ [snip]

The casino supervisor (56, Oklahoma)
‘We are completely tired of government’ [snip]

The yoga teacher (29, Tennessee)
‘Don’t publish my name. It would ruin my progressive image’ [snip]

The retired biomedical engineer (56, Hawaii)
‘It’s too late for a cure’ [snip]

The gay Arab Muslim student (20, Missouri)
‘My parents are horrified’ [snip]

The anti-PC college professor (50, California)
‘I’m angry at forced diversity’ [snip]

The evangelical pastor (51, Tennessee)
‘I’m not electing someone to fight for my soul’ [snip]

The white male early retiree (62, Delaware)
‘Trump is a wake up call’ [snip]

The manager (52, South Carolina)
‘People would realize democracy is messy’ [snip]

The Indian-American attorney who is part of the 1% (50, Illinois)
‘It’s a very economics-driven decision’ [snip]

The GOP establishment and the entire political establishment should read those stories from the leftist Guardian that hates Trump in order to understand what is happening. Instead they will sneer at Trump voters.

They will sneer and that is why Trump wins:

Trump, the brash New York billionaire who has opened a substantial lead in delegates over presidential rivals, hopes to rack up more wins in Republican contests in Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana and Maine.

Polling has been scarce in all four states, which together account for just 155 delegates, and the contests are open only to registered Republicans. The exclusion of the independent voters who have helped Trump’s surge adds an air of uncertainty to the latest round of state-by-state contests to pick nominees for the Nov. 8 election to succeed President Barack Obama. [snip]

The anti-Trump forces have a short window to stop the caustic businessman, who has accumulated 319 of the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination at July’s Republican national convention, outpacing Cruz, who has 226 delegates.

On March 15, the delegate-rich states of Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Missouri and North Carolina will vote. Both Florida and Ohio use a winner-take-all method to allocate Republican delegates, making the stakes in those two states particularly high. If Trump takes Florida and Ohio he would be nearly impossible to stop. There are a total of 358 delegates at stake in the five states voting March 15, including 99 in Florida and 66 in Ohio.

On the Democratic side, voters in Louisiana, Kansas and Nebraska were weighing in on Saturday on the race between Clinton, the former secretary of state, and Bernie Sanders, a U.S. senator from Vermont.

Trump and Hillary will likely win in Louisiana. In the other states, the caucuses, anything can happen and will. If Sanders wins he will continue to fight as he racks up victories. If Rubio and/or Cruz win they will be cheered up but not much else. The latest polls in the March 15 states that matter as well as today’s “prelude states” indicate a Trump win, win, win.

Trump has lots to smile about and lots of wins to contemplate. Little Marco is struggling in his must win state of Florida much as Little Marco sees the water climb above his nose in the delegate fight. To add gallons of troubles to Little Marco’s underwater campaign, Lyin’ Ted will compete in Florida and this past week Cruz opened ten campaign offices throughout Florida. Trump wins if he faces a divided field that hopes to wrest the primary process from voters to the party power brokers. Cruz in Florida divides the field and makes Trump even more so the eventual winner.

Today is a prelude to the big Florida and Ohio vote on the Ides of March. On March 15 what was obvious after South Carolina will become undeniable even to the GOP establishment: Trump is the GOP nominee.

Trump is the GOP nominee and will destroy the GOP establishment then the entire political establishment. Following the Guardian reportage, today the New York Times features Trump voters and why Trump wins:

Rank and File Republicans Tell Party Elites: We’re Sticking With Donald Trump

From Michigan to Louisiana to California on Friday, rank-and-file Republicans expressed mystification, dismissal and contempt regarding the instructions that their party’s most high-profile leaders were urgently handing down to them: Reject and defeat Donald J. Trump.

“There’s nothing short of Trump shooting my daughter in the street and my grandchildren — there is nothing and nobody that’s going to dissuade me from voting for Trump,” Ms. Butler said.

A fellow Louisiana Republican, Mindy Nettles, 33, accused the party of “using Romney as a puppet” to protect itself from Mr. Trump because its leaders could not control him. “He has a mind of his own,” she said. “He can think.”

The furious campaign now underway to stop Mr. Trump and the equally forceful rebellion against it captured the essence of the party’s breakdown over the past several weeks: Its most prominent guardians, misunderstanding their own voters, antagonize them as they try to reason with them, driving them even more energetically to Mr. Trump’s side. [snip]

As polls showed Mr. Trump likely to capture the Louisiana primary on Saturday, the biggest prize among states holding contests this weekend, the party establishment in Washington seemed seized by anxiety and despair. [snip]

I want to see Trump go up there and do damage to the Republican Party,” said Jeff Walls, 53, of Flowood, Miss. [snip]

Kathy, from Sun City, Ariz., told Mr. Limbaugh she was “absolutely livid by the Romney speech. He’s condescending,” she said, adding that he sounded like a “Democrat the whole time.” Steve from Temecula, Calif., said he had a message for Mr. Romney: “The Republican electorate is not a bunch of completely ignorant fools.”

“We know who Donald Trump is,” he added, “and we’re going to use Donald Trump to either take over the G.O.P. or blow it up.”

Remember when we explained Donald Trump, back when most sneered and scoffed at Trump, as the voters fighting the snakes? We wrote:

We explain in simple English the Donald Trump mystique:


We’ve been warning about this for the longest time. In recent elections in so-called “democratic” countries – the voters are being ignored. In election after election, voters vote for an establishment political party – then once in power the political party they voted for stabs them in the back. Witness the 2014 elections in the United States in which the Republican Party won elections based on opposition to Barack Obama then once in cozy offices they pull out all the stops to assist Barack Obama to pass ObamaTrade. This happens over and over and over.

Eventually voters catch on and they decide to vote for the biggest motherf*cker around who will do what they want. The voters find themselves in a snake pit, surrounded by vipers, and they reach up to grab whatever stick is handed to them.

It was a stick of dynamite. Trump will blow up the corruption of the present day Republican Party then the rest of the establishment corruption will come crashing down. It’s a full fledged revolt.

Today is a good prelude of good things to come.


197 thoughts on “#SuperSaturday Is A FL OH Prelude: Louisiana, Kansas, #KYCaucus, Maine, For @RealDonaldTrump And Long Fight For #Hillary2016

  1. https://hotgas.net/2016/03/6896/

    Brother of murdered civil rights leader endorses Trump

    Charles Evers, the brother of mur­dered civil rights leader Medgar Evers, is endors­ing Don­ald Trump for pres­i­dent.

    “I believe in him first of all because he’s a busi­ness­man,” Charles Evers said, accord­ing to The Clarion-Ledger. “I think jobs are badly needed in Mis­sis­sippi.”

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    Charles Evers defended Trump, say­ing his tough immi­gra­tion stance does not make him racist.

  2. Hopefully Trump and Hillary win Louisiana as I don’t see either winning any other state this evening.

  3. Hopefully Trump and Hillary win Louisiana as I don’t see either winning any other state this evening.

  4. 2016 Trump hater Ben Shapiro back in 2011:


    The Magic of Donald Trump [snip]

    Mitt Romney has about as much charm as a Ziploc bag, and his support for Romneycare in Massachusetts should immediately put him out of the running. [snip]

    If Republicans were to construct an ideal candidate, he would have to be rich beyond belief — Obama is going to raise $1 billion for his next election campaign, and no Republican candidate has the ability to come close to those numbers without deep pockets. The ideal Republican candidate would have significant name recognition with the general public — no Republican candidate has ever won the presidency without significant name recognition going into the primaries since Warren G. Harding in 1920. The ideal Republican candidate would have stage presence, an intimidation factor, and a willingness to play dirty.

    In the last several weeks, that ideal Republican candidate has materialized.

    His name is Donald Trump. His slogan is ready-made: “You’re Fired.” He does not give a damn what the media thinks of him — he steamrolled Meredith Vieira during his NBC interview with her last week. He can self-fund to the tune of $1 billion.

    And what’s more, he can win.

  5. Admin

    I hope you aren’t jinxing Trumps campaign. Right now, Cruz is winning in not only Kansas but also Maine. I’m surprised about Maine. What do you think this means??

  6. Totally Disgusted, call us when Rubio or Kasich win. Today is about Florida and Ohio. If Rubio/Kasich win then this bodes trouble for Trump in their respective states and a longer fight. Trump would rather win all the states today but a Cruz win hurts Rubio which helps Trump in the pivotal Florida fight. If Cruz wins more than 50% in Maine then he will get winner take all. But short of that and it is all proportional.

    Today is about Florida and Ohio.

  7. Thanks for your expert opinion. Fingers crossed…I want Trump for our next POTUS as much as I wanted Hillary in 2008.
    Perhaps maybe more because my family, my career and those I do business with are all suffering from the current trade and immigration policies. I really cant afford to be for anyone else.

  8. http://www.politico.com/story/2016/03/three-dem-caucuses-bode-well-for-bernie-220202

    Bernie’s bounce-back weekend

    The Vermont senator could win three of the four states voting this weekend, which would give him some desperately needed momentum.

    After a Super Tuesday that proved to be something less than super for Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator is now poised to rattle off a handful of wins this weekend – an outcome that would inject a dose of desperately needed adrenaline into his campaign.

    Three of the four states voting this weekend are in the Sanders sweet spot: Kansas, Maine, and Nebraska are caucus states with largely white populations. The one state where Sanders figures to perform poorly is Louisiana – which holds a primary election where African-Americans will cast roughly half the vote.

    A strong Sanders performance this weekend won’t dramatically improve his chances of winning the Democratic nomination or close the delegate deficit he currently faces against Hillary Clinton. But a series of victories would provide a burst of momentum on the eve of the Michigan primary, a contest that the Sanders campaign has identified as pivotal.

    “If you could put those together and win Michigan, I think you’ve got the beginnings of ‘hey, maybe we shouldn’t be closing the door yet,'” said Joe Trippi, a veteran presidential campaign Democratic strategist and the former campaign manager for former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean’s presidential campaign.

  9. I think that Trump is directing his resources elsewhere. These are all closed caucuses, and the delegates are proportioned. So, even Teds’s win with a 25% margin, just moves him closer to Trump’s total by 10 delegates (40 Total). Small change next to Florida and Ohio.

  10. But it makes Cruz look like a winner and I hate that part of it.
    I get it about Rubio, resources…
    These caucus states are all controlled by the Republican establishment, Trump won’t win these.

  11. Tony Stark, Kansas is not winner take all in any way. Maine does have a 50% winner take all threshold.

  12. Hillary is going to lose big as well tonight, but she will win Florida and probably Michigan.

  13. GonzoTx, the vote in Maine is not even at 5% yet. If you’ve noticed the vote has also been stalled for a long time now at the very low results number. The news is we will not get more results from Maine until 7:00. Turnout is the reason for the delay:


    The Associated Press reports that the results of the Maine GOP presidential caucuses will be delayed until the caucusing is complete for official tallies.

    Maine Republican Party officials originally said they’d vet tallies from the 22 regional caucus locations and then release them throughout the day.

    But the party shifted gears on Saturday. Officials now say no official vote counts will be released until the last caucus ends at 7 p.m.

    Turnout continues to be strong and is expected to greatly exceed the 2012 caucus, when more than 5,000 voters came out. In Chelsea, some caucus goers had to park a half-mile from the school caucus site. According to the AP, that is also happening at many of the other 21 caucus locations.

  14. I saw that Admin, 5% holding for so long…

    Wonder if caucus goers are Cruz..I’m think I remember Cruz was one the “young Republican’s”, that stormed the Chad counting in Florida.

  15. Think about that …5000 voters came out caucus in 2012 in Maine, how ridiculous of a system is that?

    People, you have the power if you choose…take it..

  16. Fox keeps touting the CPAC straw poll like it means something. it means NOTHING. seriously, who gives a shit.

  17. jbstonesfan
    March 5, 2016 at 6:18 pm

    Nope Jb, Hillary will win big in LA, lots of delegates that will more than wipe out the delegate votes on the smaller caucus states that Bernie will win this weekend. Hillary will win big in heavy delegate states in other larger states this month.

  18. I agree shadowfax…I said I hoped Hillary wins LA as that is really the only significant state for her.

  19. Google:

    Kentucky · 46 delegates
    22% reporting

    Donald Trump

    Ted Cruz

    Marco Rubio

    John Kasich


  20. I can’t believe these talking heads are hyping Bernie as a populous candidate. He has been funded by the Bushes for crying out loud.

  21. According to Trump’s schedule, he is supposed to have a press conference right now

    SATURDAY, MARCH 05, 2016 –

    Trump International Golf Club
    9:00 PM

  22. freaking Maine. total Bern-outs Portland-Kennebunk-Alquonquit. all super left wingers Down-East Maine.

  23. maybe he is waiting for more results to come in – although it’s not a win-party, it’s a press conference

  24. So far on CNN

    cruz 48.2%
    trump 23.3%
    rubio 16.7%
    est % in: 100%

    sanders 0.0%
    clinton 0.0%
    est % in: 0%
    updated 5:29 pm et, mar. 5, 2016

    trump 42.1%
    cruz 30.5%
    rubio 13.3%
    est % in: 28%
    updated 6:13 pm et, mar. 5, 2016

    cruz 45.9%
    trump 32.6%
    kasich 12.2%
    est % in: 100%
    updated 6:15 pm et, mar. 5, 2016

    trump 47.7%
    cruz 23.3%
    rubio 19.3%
    est % in: 7%

    clinton 71.0%
    sanders 21.4%
    est % in: 8%
    updated 6:13 pm et, mar. 5, 2016

    sanders 54.8%
    clinton 45.2%

  25. Watching Hillary’s speech . She does not get people excited…she is obviously the most competent and knowledgeable candidate, but people are just not excited about her candidacy. Could be a problem come fall.

  26. Trump is about to come on, they did the final mic check, doing his press conference

    The banner on bottom of screen says he won LA

  27. now the banner says that Trump wins LA, ahead in KY….

    … still waiting for his 9 pm press conference to start lol

  28. Trump really would like to get the KY win before he speaks…as pointed out on CNN, that is McConell and Rand Paul Territory. That S.E. ? is a joke claiming Trump may be losing some momentum.

  29. It looks like Ted may gain about 10 delegates more than Trump this evening. They are giving credit to Romney. They are slow calling Kentucky. I smell BS.

  30. Q: What should Trump say to the establishment who wants to deny him the nomination?

    A: Gentlemen, I commend you for making me the issue in this primary. Your opposition has been, how shall I put it . . . helpful. But we are now at a point where the issue within the party at least isn’t me any longer. I have the delegates. The issue now is you. Specifically, what will become of you.

    You began this campaign with many assumptions which experience has proven wrong. For example, you were sure you could disparage the base, and get away with it. You were confident could dictate their choices, and win simply by attacking Clinton. And you believed you could break your solemn promise to stop Obama, promote toxic policies and enrich your donors, and there would be no consequences, because you had FOX News in your hip pocket.

    Some of you seem to think I am your enemy. Nothing could be further from the truth. I am simple the messenger of a political movement. I feel myself driven toward a political end which I do not know, except to make America great again. As soon as I have reached that goal, I shall be irrelevant because the people will have their government back. At that point, an atom could shatter me. Til then, not all the forces of mankind can stop me from fulfilling the destiny of this great nation.

    If you want to wish to know who your real enemy is, look in the mirror. And see what the base is seeing, namely a plutocratic self serving order unequal to the task of governing. Worse, a straw man, a Potemkin Village, a ringer who is there to take the fall, in the forced march toward globalization and disenfranchisement. As such, you are utterly incapable of protecting the interests of the American People and promoting the general welfare. There is no appreciable difference between you and the democrats other than personalities And personalities do not put bread on the table. The only job the democrats create is a useless government job. The only job you create is one in China. That is cold comfort to the ninety five million people of working age who are not working.

    Simply put, your faction has nothing to offer. It is strictly a case of evolve or die. I have a vision which will allow you to evolve, to expand the party, as your consultants have promised and failed to do, as they paint in pale pastels rather than bold colors. I offer you inroads into the rest of America, the one you have written off. If you go with me, you will be the dominant party and many of you–the ones who work hard will have a great future. The slackers, those who drag their heels, they are expendable. I offer you three choices: lead, follow, or get the fuck out of the way.

  31. It looks like they are busy stuffing the ballot box in Kentucky. McConnell is bringing his boxes in.

  32. Ruby is a lost cause, he will wait until Fla. to drop out. I wonder who he will get behind? Cruz?

  33. jbstonesfan
    March 5, 2016 at 10:48 pm
    Trumps wins KY!!!!!!!!
    Thank God.

    I believe with Trump, all boats can rise with the tide.

    I was going to post Roger Simon’s article from pjmedia. However, as a concession to the shortness of life, I will attempt to summarize. I think he is a closet supporter, unlike others at that blog. Red State is in lala land–hostile territory. Roger says Donald’s heart is in the right place, his vision of making America great again is sublime, and achievable. He just wishes Donald would stop saying some of the things he does, like comparing the size of his penis to little marco. Roger says it is causing him (Roger) psycological problems, and he wants Trump to stop because it is painful. I am ambivalent. To me it is hysterically funny, so much funnier than those dullards at SNL. Next to Robin Williams, Trump is the best standup comic in the business. How great it will be to have a president who channels Don Rickels and Dorothy Parker. The painful part for me isn’t the cognitive dissonance that troubles Roger. Its the sure knowledge that the uniparty will use Donald’s ribald dalliances and light show to frighten low information voters. Timid little rabbits that they are.

  34. One of the worst—unless you venture into the nether world of EJ Dion (abandon hope all ye who enter) is Dan Balzac–Balz for short, rhymes with waltz at that superannuated charnel house WashPo. He writes this article which spends a paragraph attributing the rise of Trump to the so called forgotten voter, i.e. white working class—which makes him doctor obvious on that point. But then he compares Trump to Goldwater??? Cruz is more like Goldwater–an ideologue. I have a great respect for Goldwater, Baltz does not, but he is just flat wrong that Donald is Goldwater. He is more flexible. I don’t know whether Donald is another Reagan or not, and that seems to be the main issue for some grass roots conservative. But if you listen to conservative thinkers like Buchannan, Shafley, and Coulter, you realize that is possible. Balz is no brain. Just a big reputation. And a nickel bag whore. This is a hit job for sure.

  35. Shadowfax
    March 5, 2016 at 11:00 pm
    Ruby is a lost cause, he will wait until Fla. to drop out. I wonder who he will get behind? Cruz?
    The only clue I can offer is that Light In The Loafers Lindsey Graham came out for Cruz to stop Trump. Trump did mop the floor with that little nevish, so he has personal reasons for saying this. But it may be indicative of how establishment support will re configure in the days ahead. God forbid they should do the sensible thing and unite. They have more memories of the past than dreams of the future. And they wre hyper arrogant to a fault.

  36. It looks like Ted may gain about 10 delegates more than Trump this evening. They are giving credit to Romney.
    The only thing I would give that stuffed prick credit for was self immolation. Too bad he did not complete the job. He is a blue blood and no match for Donald. He had a strong father and is easily intimidated. And he is a take over shark. I have nothing favorable to say to him except get lost.

    But the way, who is they? Is this proveable? Or are they just running their mouth. Were people standing in line telling them I am voting for Cruz because of what Romney said? Give me a fucking break. Not you, the media. Like an old Teamster told me, I may be dumb but I am not stupid.

  37. Could it possibly be that the reason Cruz did well was not because of anything that shill Romney said, but because he had a better ground game, and evangelicals are a force to be reckoned with in those states? These fuckers have always got to reassure themselves that whatever happens in the hinterland happens because some Beltway denizen, Romney in this case, said something or did something, which nobody outside the beltway paid any attention to.

  38. They will never get over themselves. They think that their fight with the base boils down to mutually assured destruction. In fact, they are the ones who are likely to get destroyed, and that destruction can move down ticket very easily. And it can lead to a mass exodus and a third party. Which leaves them high and dry.

  39. “Could it possibly be that the reason Cruz did well was not because of anything that shill Romney said, but because he had a better ground game, and evangelicals are a force to be reckoned with in those states? These fuckers have always got to reassure themselves that whatever happens in the hinterland happens because some Beltway denizen, Romney in this case, said something or did something, which nobody outside the beltway paid any attention to.”

    Yes, indeed, Wbb.

  40. Donald said exactly the right thing at his presser

    …to the elites and the repub establishment that is trying to destroy him he says:

    “It’s the Supreme Court, Stupid” it is the Supreme Court and 1-3 new picks


    Do the really want to hand all that over to Hillary


    btw…did anyone hear Hillary starting to steal some of Donald’s lines tonight

    She is starting to talk about Nabisco and trade and what he has been talking about for months…she may as well start to do a copy and paste of Donald’s talking points…

  41. I just watched the news conference. So… there really was no announcement, just took questions (some rather rehashed already) from the press…

  42. If Maine and Kansas were New York and California, red state might have a point. If the conservative convention produced delegates rather than hot air red state might even be feted. But that is not so.

    Their delusion is drawn into high relief by a picture of Cruz in boxer shorts standing over a defeated opponent who looks suspiciously like Donald Trump. And where pray tell did this violent conquest take place you ask. In Maine.

    Yes, Maine of all places where the electorate like its senior senator Susan Collins is the unhappy result of too much inbreeding. Such hyperoble is typical of Red State ever since they dis-invited Trump to their convention, and have been lying about him ever since.

    If they expanded their wall mural to include the bigger states, i.e. Kentucky and Louisana, then the roles would be reversed. Nothing to see there I guess.


  43. Delegate counts for all, including super-delegates…

    Trump 385
    Cruz 298
    Ruby 126

    Hillary 1131 (Hello!)
    Bernie 479

  44. admin

    March 5, 2016 at 5:29 pm

    Today is about Florida and Ohio. If Rubio/Kasich win then this bodes trouble for Trump in their respective states and a longer fight. Trump would rather win all the states today but a Cruz win hurts Rubio which helps Trump in the pivotal Florida fight….

    Today is about Florida and Ohio.

    posted on another website – admin, you’re being read!

    Venus says:
    March 6, 2016 at 1:17 am

    Rubio and Kasich didn’t win squat — which hurts them in FL and OH.
    Cruz is more delusional than ever that winning KS (Huck won by 60%; Santorum by 51%) means he needs to fight in FL — which only hurts Rubio and helps Trump.

    Tonight was about FL and OH. Period.

  45. jbstonesfan
    March 5, 2016 at 9:54 pm

    Trump really would like to get the KY win before he speaks…as pointed out on CNN, that is McConell and Rand Paul Territory. That S.E. ? is a joke claiming Trump may be losing some momentum.

    That is the narrative since the rat-fuck by the NYT IMPLYING Trump will not do squat with immigration or the border. It is everywhere in the media and the non-Trumps on the internet. They can’t beat his message so they will say he is lying and use a method that cannot be refuted. Like a holier than holy background interview with the rat-fucker NYT. Notice the editor of the Times sitting there like a fat blob letting his paper be used like a rented mule by Carlos “globalist” Slim the cartel gangster. That editor is known for tattling, whining, and screwing his own staff over so I’m pretty sure he was the source.

  46. I think it will be very difficult for Trump to win Michigan. The entire west side of the state is Bible thumping, Gerry Ford Caspar Milquetoast types. Any Trump chance will come out of the greater Detroit area.

    It will probably end up a win for Kasich / Cruz. I hope I am wrong.

  47. The professional virtue signalers who work for globalists are trying to inch their way out of their predicament. The illegal migrants hordes are trashing the cradle of western civilization Greece. That is sad but the real tragedy is the potential for staff and/or income cuts in Brussels.

    EU, Turkey talks on migrants only avoiding the problem, says human rights expert

    “On Monday, EU officials are due to meet with Turkey to discuss efforts to curb migrant flows coming into Europe. But there are concerns with the EU’s plans to rely on Turkey, says human rights expert Catherine Woollard.”
    “Migrants block the railway track at the Greek-Macedonian border”

    “DW: In his diplomatic tour of Greece and the region this week ahead of the EU migration summit with Turkey on Monday, EU Council President Donald Tusk issued a warning to economic migrants not to come to Europe. He also reprimanded European countries that have taken unilateral steps to tackle the crisis. Is this the start of a new phase in the EU’s response?”

    “Catherine Woollard: We were quite shocked to see Tusk’s comments about economic migrants. As the saying goes, no one is illegal, and the stigmatization of various types of migrants is problematic. In addition, this is a misrepresentation of the nature of migration flows. But some of Tusk’s recent comments suggest that we may be moving into a phase of tougher enforcement of existing EU standards on the rights of refugees and asylum-seekers, and I think to make progress in the end that may be necessary.” http://www.dw.com/en/eu-turkey-talks-on-migrants-only-avoiding-the-problem-says-human-rights-expert/a-19095089

    “As the saying goes, no one is illegal,” Well that means such acts as trespassing, breaking and entering, home invasions, or even sticking their hands into your clothning to grope you is fine since there are no boundaries to humans. No boundaries means NO BOUNDARIES which is spun out to include rape, theft, and murder eventually since no one is illegal they can’t DO anything illegal either. If you can break one law with impunity why not all of them? It reminds me of the Trump rally “protesters”. Trump’s leased venue is THEIR leased venue. Rules of occupancy and legal contracts mean nothing. Home invasions logically would be ok too.

    The EU in Brussels is looking at a busted budget. What at first glance, to an idiot, looked like more fees, taxes, and power has turned into a CRIPPLING budget drain. Refugees and economic migrants at first welcomed have a way of turning into bottomless pits of expenditures. While large and prosperous countries and their populations can absorb the costs for a while smaller poorer countries cannot. Smaller countries are looking at taking the food out of their citizens mouths to instead feed people who share nothing with them, not culture, language or religion, and get crime, insolence and endless demands so the migrants can live their dream and for their demands and payments to criminal smugglers not to mention refusal to follow any kind of law. The cost/benefit analysis by the EU either was not done or morons in the virtue signaling PR department had to do math and failed.

    Now Brussels is seeing a money drain. Do they pay their own enormous salaries and continue the regulation of Europe or do they back up their incessant virtue signaling and cut their own agenda and salaries. And all at the same time the golden goose of taxpayers, the UK public and businesses, are about to cut the purse strings? Boy is that going to smart thus the hysteria over the UK asking for a divorce. The EU aid on offer to Greece is peanuts (the UN appears to be offering nothing) and they know it, Greece knows it and is letting everything go to hell (passive aggressive 101) with the migrants, while Erdogan is demanding his graft. The EU has chosen. Their own salaries (and those like the lady quoted in the article) and the open trade of the MUST continue or the lobbyists in Brussels won’t have anything to pay them with. A lot of the technocrats are married to the lobbyists. That would be a double cut in income. When virtue signaling interferes with their bank accounts it ends. The age of humanitarianism for fun and profit with other people’s money is ending.

  48. IMO, all of this could have been avoided had they just set up refugee centers in their own countries, run by European police, keep that shariah crap out of western civilization. This is what had always been done in the past. And those settlements should be clear that the stay was always to be temporary; leaving the settlement will mean going back to your homeland, not a golden ticket to Europe.

    Then, if the settlements aren’t too much to their liking, they can go back home, as some have. Seems they were fed the dream that everyone in the western world is opulent, more than can be needed, there would be free homes, food, cars, etc. So Europe seems to be getting the most gullible and idiotic of the refugees, believing all these pipe dreams. Better yet to return to your home country, your home language your home customs (until one day you learn about how barbaric they are and decide to evolvbe as the rest of the world is doing).

    And of course, our southern border is continually being streamed by those who have been fed the same types of lies about what wonderful, FREE things await them in the US.

  49. Palm Beach County, Florida is primarily Democrat. The only signs I have seen are for Bernie, held by people on street corners doing Obola-like campaigning. Needless to say, I gave them a thumbs down and a HIL-LAR-RY chant and yelled that Bernie is a phony with undisclosed finances.

    I have thought about putting a Trump bumper sticker on my car, but the traffic on the highway is already so cut-throat I am stressed by the time I get to work and I do not need any more problems from kooks. And my daughter is anti-Trump/pro-Hillary so I have to respect that on the car and house signs. But I have gotten some caps I am going to start wearing around this week.

    Rubio and Bill Nelson(D) are our senators. Both members of the uniparty. Nelson sold us out on the TPP. Then the Governor is someone who you would not want an endorsement from.

    Our main industries are tourism and real estate, getting Trump a big ++. He has a reputation as a spender with a well run organization. His business is important to the state.

    Now, Rubio the absentee Senator. Not so much.

    We will see.

  50. Trump has a good sense of humor…makes me laugh. He was pretty restrained last night and did well. He was respectful to Cruz… just the one dig early on when he said that it was not surprising that Cruz won Maine since “its so close to Canada”!

  51. Mormaer: this idiot claims to be shocked that people would object to the free flow of migrants. I am sure she is–shocked. Shocked that there is gambling going on too. This is what happens when delusion meets reality–SORT OF LIKE THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION, shock, awe, disaster and endless spin which big media–that garden of evil reports as fact when it is all just fantasy which seeks to preserve an uber corrupt status quo. Here is the story on this idiot. As you can see, she is a social engineer. The operative question is this: since in her view there are no illegal immigrants, will she deign to allow 100 of these adverse possessors to take over her house and live along side them. Trust me her alleged proficiency in Italian, French and English will avail her nothing, nor will her peace building skills when conflict erupts over whole turn it is to use the bathroom.

    https://be.linkedin.com/in/catherinewoollard: a PHD candidate fluent in English, French and Italian, and consultant specializes in the evaluation, facilitation, training, analysis, conflict/governance assessments. Covering: EU policy/practice, peacebuilding, governance, anti-corruption, human rights, minority rights, civil society development.

    Question: are left wing zealots like this one competent to re-draw the map of Europe so it becomes what the Turks of the 16th century aspired to create through force but were stopped at the gates of Vienna, namely a caliphate which stretches across the known world. They sought to do this through military force, whereas the dodo bird does it through bureaucratic laws which allow Lilliputians with advanced degrees to tie down freedom and liberty around the world. But let us at least be clear what the game is, what is behind this self serving claim that what she and her bureacratic ilk are doing, and collecting millions of dollars for is peace building. If it is peace at all, it is a Carthaginian peace which leaves nothing in its wake but total subjugation and control of all aspects of our lives to a global burearcracy serving a global aristocracy and a world of serfs. What we have seen on this side of the pond with the Obama administration is when you give power to overeducated idiots like this with utopian designs you do not end up with peace, but chaos.

  52. …here to report that Donald is finally up on the air in South Florida
    granted I have only seen one ad so far, but that is a start

    I hope he will NOT take ANYTHING for GRANTED

  53. http://nypost.com/2016/03/05/dont-panic-gop-donald-trump-can-beat-hillary/

    Goodwin has some advice for Donald


    imho…Donald should choose some of his words carefully…he does not need to alienate people who will support him but get turned off by some of the things he says…it is an easy and simple fix for a smart man…a lttle self discipline…too many people are depending on him now…

    things that I, and some of us, think are just funny and meant to be a joke, others blow up to the nth degree against him…

    I do agree that his competitive nature is such that he will react…now he has to take a beat…and think about whether a sharp insult is worth detracting from his long term goal…

    again, Donald can use his charm and humor to win over some foes on the fence…a little honey without putting his vinegar away can go a long way

    imo…he needs to step up his “psychological game”

  54. too many people are depending on him now…
    What a beautiful line

    What a powerful inducement to verbal sobriety

    Let Donald be Donald as Donald will be when he becomes president.

    In battle, they say you should behave as if you are brave even if you are not.

    That is good advice for Donald now as he seeks to unite the party

    And, in due course, the nation

  55. Rubio and Bill Nelson(D) are our senators. Both members of the uniparty. Nelson sold us out on the TPP. Then the Governor is someone who you would not want an endorsement from.
    That is a pair to draw to.

    Meaning simply a pair of jackals, with no redeeming virtues.

    Still, I was flattered to receive a very personal email from Nelson’s wife, whom I have never met and never care to meet, gushing about Bill’s upcoming birthday, and her plan to throw him a surprise birthday party and for a small contribution of $250 I could get in on the ground floor of that Ponzi scheme, and show Bill how much we love him. Well, not one to let sleeping dogs lie, I sent her a Miss Otis Regrets letter saying I would be unable to attend, much as it pained me not to do so, and I wished she and Bill both the same fate as the character in that song. Strangely, there has been no further communication between us.


  56. Let Donald be Donald as Donald will be when he becomes president.

    I so agree, wbboei. I posted this on another site, where people with questions or suggestions are jumped on as trolls, and the “kindest” shut-down is “let Trump be Trump”


    Nice post. So often people with some ideas or questions are immediately jumped on as “trolls”, “let Trump be Trump” as if he is a god. Many people make one question or comment and they are immediately a troll – the old way of observing someone’s pattern before throwing such a grenade is passe I guess.

    Well, Trump is not a god, and he’s not even a politician. He certainly has great strategic plotting, but he’s not operating in a vacuum. There are counter plots to his plots, people who know how to cheat and lie. Trump IS a bright, American-loving person with lots of skills and experiences that can bring America back again. IMO, we harm him when we assume there’s nothing we can do for him but making calls. If we happen to have ideas or information that might help him, I think we should share it. It hurts nothing. And doing whatever we can to help Trump to win is our last chance, iMO, to save our country, in so many ways.

    We want him to win, and win BIG. If (please, no!) he loses, some fault with lay with the troll patrol trying to drive away or silence anyone with ideas. We can’t assume that Trump knows everything we know or suspect.- we should get ideas to him. As I said, it hurts nothing. And may actually fill in a blank that Trump wasn’t aware of.

    IMO, we need the biggest delegate wins we can possibly get, because I know there is going to be cheating. Among ideas that could be tweeted to Trump, I think we should suggest that when he can, have people investigate the caucuses for cheating. Once he elected, I think he should evaluate the whole election process, maybe get rid of caucuses altogether, for instance. They made sense a long time ago, when small towns could gather to talk amongst their neighbors. Now people are imported in from neighboring states, party apparatchiks run the show and count the votes, etc.

    Anyway, once Trump is in office, I surely hope one of our American standards of free speech and personal opinions are allowed again. It seems, right now, that having ideas or suggestions is against the P.C. rules that Trump is perfect. IMO, denigrating these people by basically saying Trump is infallible is rude, incorrect, and increases the likelihood that he could lose.

    So I think the Troll Patrol needs to lighten up with their P.C. silencing, because the rest of us around here want Trump to win, and to win BIG. That’s more important to us than self-aggrandizing or feeling momentarily powerful by squashing things.

  57. yes, we are at the turning point where building on ‘Unity’ is wise…

    Unity will become Donald’s unstoppable strength…

  58. foxyladi14
    March 6, 2016 at 10:56 am

    wow. thanks for the link, Foxy. the judge doesn’t mince words!

  59. I think he needs surrogates out there spelling it out for all to see – the elite are terrified, as politicians they get rich from their lobbyists to sell out America, and as lobbyists they get rich from buying out the politicians and getting what their bosses want, all having nothing to do with what is best for America.

    I think a surrogate should throw out there, how do you think we pay polticians $x amount but they retire millionaires? (guess this would have to be a non-politician surrogate lol)

    And I’ve wished for so long he or a surrogate would point out what the job of the media is – that they have special first amendment protections because they are supposed to be vetting candidates and protecting us from the politicians and the government.

    And that the media has sold out, and are owned by the same lobbyists and corporations that the politicians are. I truly don’t think that people anymore are aware of what the media’s actual job is.

  60. Nancy Reagan. the timing of her passing, the wall to wall media coverage and non stop waltz down memory lane when things in America were… great again?

  61. There are people who say that Ronnie was a good actor and Nancy was the brains behind President Reagan.

  62. Nancy Reagan can Rest In Peace because her legacy is safe. Shakespeare wrote, “The good that men [and women] do is oft interred with their bones.” Not so for Nancy Reagan. After the death of her partner of so many years Nancy Reagan understood she was the guardian of his legacy. Nancy Reagan protected that legacy and burnished it. Nancy Reagan dedicated her life to her husband’s legacy and she made sure he will not be forgotten nor diminished. That work of legacy in itself is important and in the preservation of his story and her story she did great work.

    She will be remembered with fondness by many, grudging admiration by others. For Nancy Reagan even those that did not like her or her husband acknowledge, if not respect, the great work she did. Nancy Reagan’s legacy is safe and will be written about by her heirs and admirers.

    She won’t be forgotten.

  63. Mitt Romney’s legacy has been thrown in the garbage pail alongside old computers, piles of unpublished books, yellowed pictures, and the detritus of a life which in the end disrespected how he will be remembered.


    Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, refused Sunday to rule out becoming the nominee again this year at a brokered convention, though he insisted he couldn’t imagine that happening.

    “I don’t think anyone in our party should say, ‘Oh no, even if the people of the party wanted me to be president, I would say no to it.’ No one is going to say that,” Mr. Romney said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

    Speculation abounded that Mr. Romney was setting himself up for a surprise nomination last week when he unleashed a brutal denouncement of front-runner Donald Trump, urging voters to support anyone but the billionaire real estate mogul in upcoming primaries to force a contested convention this summer in Cleveland, Ohio.

  64. I remember how the press lambasted the Reagan’s for replacing the WH china…The china…think about that…
    And Obama takes a 747 to play golf, his wife runs around Europe on our millions…
    Obama should have a PGA card for heaven’s, sake.

  65. Carson defends Trump at CPAC; will lead Christian voter group going forward

    And he defended Donald Trump to his critics — adding that Mitt Romney’s tear-down of Trump on Thursday would “destroy the unity in the party” and help Democrats.

    “People who think Donald Trump would be the worst thing that ever happened … you make a really big mistake by trying to thwart the will of the people,” Carson said. …

  66. You know, the whole thing with Trump and the IRS audit stuff is very strange. He said it had been going on for 10 years or more. That would imply it had started under Bush. And then Trump was there and involved in the post 911 cleanup and restoration. He lost 100’s of friends. I wonder if he has been targeted by the IRS for the globalist uniparty for some time, before BO started using it to target Conservative groups.

    Any enemy of theirs is a friend of mine.

    Early voting has started in Florida. If it is not too late, hear my voice and count my vote.

  67. admin
    March 6, 2016 at 4:18 pm

    The death of a former first lady like Nancy Reagan, who honored the office, should be one of respect.

    That was certainly true when Lady Bird Johnson passed.

    At a minimum, it should adhere to the Latin expression: de mortium nil nisi bonum,

    Say only good things of the dead.

    The reaction by the Obama coalition to Nancy’s death violates that time honored custom.

    Breitbart has provided a representative sampling of what Obama people have to say about this, with the tacit approval of those who run twitter:


    Breitbart notes that Obama encouraged this reaction and a disproportionate number of hatemongers are of the black persuasion.

    They hate white people.

    They fit the predatory profile described by Col. Jeff Cooper USMC.

    They would kill you if they believed they could get away with it.

    But they hate even more black people who uphold the norms of civilization and decency.

    They spew hate from every pour in their body like an octopus spews black ink in every direction.

    They revel in hate even as they drown in it.

    They call to mind something Thomas Crown at Red State said, and I posted here, 5 years ago:

    “Should the entire American Left fall over dead tomorrow, I would rejoice, and order pizza.

    They are not my countrymen;

    They are animals who happen to walk upright and make noises that approximate speech.

    They are below human.

    I look forward to seeing each and every one in Hell.”

    It is to be noted that a disproportionate number of those expressing these hostile degenerate feelings are African Americans whom Obama encouraged to react in this manner.

  68. Outris
    March 6, 2016 at 5:45 pm
    So…. Ted, are you asking me to believe that after all the other shit the media have thrown at him, they would hold back something now??! Really?
    Actually, that is exactly what they would do now.

    They would save it to use in the general election.

    That is what they typically do.

    Ted needs to say what it is.

    No need to get cute.

  69. wbboei

    March 6, 2016 at 8:21 pm
    Unfortunately, I agree you are right, that is what they will do. Lets hope its just more of the same… something that has no real “teeth”.

  70. So Cruz knows something?
    He’s a, slimeball, really…
    I think he’s fishing, not that I don’t think Hillary doesn’t know something. ..

  71. This guy Alex Marlow at Breitbart is the real deal. He is editor in chief of that esteemed publication. He is a graduate of UC Berkley and is 27 years old. High energy and high intellect, from everything I can see. He studied at the masters knee and was the protogee of Andrew Breitbart himself, such that through Marlow, Andrew although dead, lives on. I look at a guy like that, and then I look at a big media superstar like . . . . well . . . uh . . . . okay, a useless celebrity like . . so many of them, okay pick one, okay Howard Fineman. Good old Howard. Sadder eyes that a basset hound. Sadder than Leon Panetta? May-be. Can anyone look me in the eye and say that pillar of the establishment, Howard Fineman, who does ex lax commericals in his spare time, can keep up with this kid? Well, as John Wayne famously said: not likely.

  72. wbboei
    March 6, 2016 at 8:07 pm

    I think that Breitbart is race baiting and should not have given the nasties legs.

    The Sisters went on record today, on their FB page, to the BLM. Very courageous.

  73. Lu4PUMA
    March 6, 2016 at 9:02 pm
    March 6, 2016 at 8:07 pm

    I think that Breitbart is race baiting and should not have given the nasties legs.

    I have no problem with it, provided:

    1. it is true

    2. it is relevant

    3. it can be connected to Obama

    As to its truth, there is no question that these posters said these things. They are right there in black and white. And there are enough of them to show that these are not random utterances.

    As to their relevance, hate filled statements such as these establish the state of mind prevalent within his coalition. You cannot deal with people such as these in good faith. You need a club.

    As to its connection to Obama, these vile comments are a direct reflection of Obama’s personal disparagement of Nancy Reagan and exploitation of the racial fault lines in society for political gain.

    Under the circumstances, I do not think it is race baiting. I think it is the Obama legacy.

  74. Legal Insurrection highlighted the speech by Michelle Malkin at C-PAC which lambastes the elites of the GOP. Conservatives see Romney as the enemy within. And how long can a party like that survive, if it fails to evolve. Less than a decade.


  75. Legal insurrection, also, does not support Trump, at least that is what I surmise after reading several posts there.

  76. gonzotx
    March 7, 2016 at 12:17 am
    Well, Michelle’s speech was introduced for the limited purpose of illustrating the war between movement conservatives and the party elites.

    Trump represents a third path, which appeals to the broadest possible audience, and has highlighted the failures of government which is central to the conservative case. But he does not satisfy their litmus test, like Cruz does.

    I see this thing more from the perspective of the 95 million people of working age not working, a twenty trillion dollar debt, a collapse of our prestige in the world etc.. than I do from any litmus test one could offer.

    Policies must be pragmatic and they must fit the times. One example of this was when Douglas MacArthur became the military governor of Japan after World War II. He was somewhere to the right of Nero when it came to politics, yet he introduced such liberal ideas as equal rights for women, a constitution (forbidding war) not because of any ideological affinity he had for them, but because he deemed them to be pragmatic and necessary to stabilize the situation he was facing.

  77. You can see the problem with litmus tests.

    The current administration practices that, and political loyalty become more important than competency, and once a devotee is in the job, they cease to care about serving the mission of their department, and care only about transforming that agency along ideological lines. This has resulted in a failure achieve the mission, waste fraud and abuse, and public scandals in DOD, IRS, DOL, NSA, Veterans Affairs, etc. The simultaneous failure of congress to resist the administration proves that the RINO is useless, and not worth voting for. This is why it needs to be made clear to Trump to the superdelegates that a dirty tricks at the convention can have DOWN TICKET CONSEQUENCES. At this point, the Republican Senate has nothing going for it, so if they as supers defy the will of the voters, the voters are likely to respond in kind.

  78. I neglected to mention the Justice Department under Obama which is perhaps the most obvious example of ideological hijacking of an agency. They are the utter negation of the rule of law.

  79. When you get handed a gift, you open it. Bernie Sanders just “welcomed” and endorsement from former MI US Senator Don Riegle….on of the Keating 5! Feel the Bern, kiddies…feel the BURN.


    “Lincoln Savings and Loan collapsed in 1989, at a cost of over $3 billion to the federal government. Some 23,000 Lincoln bondholders were defrauded and many investors lost their life savings. The substantial political contributions Keating had made to each of the senators, totaling $1.3 million, attracted considerable public and media attention. After a lengthy investigation, the Senate Ethics Committee determined in 1991 that Cranston, DeConcini, and Riegle had substantially and improperly interfered with the FHLBB’s investigation of Lincoln Savings, with Cranston receiving a formal reprimand. Senators Glenn and McCain were cleared of having acted improperly but were criticized for having exercised “poor judgment”.”


    Have fun with this, Hillary!

  80. I went right to the source, but if Jim Hoft had not blogged about it, I’d never have seen this.
    6 March 2016. Donald Trump not at all against us, say Sikhs, Muslims.

    “…Of all the presidential candidates, Trump is the only one who has achievements to show, argued Sajid Tarar, a Pakistani American, who helped organise the Muslim Americans for Trump.
    “We believe, he has the ability and capacity to change America. He has built a huge empire. He is self-funding the campaign. There is no special interest behind him,” Tarar said.
    “There is a war going on against Trump. Every message and speech of his has been twisted,” he said referring to the Trump’s call to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the country.

    “There is a war going on against Trump. Every message & speech of his has been twisted,”.

    There is 1 Comment and it is well worth noting:
    “Interesting, isn’t it? The Muslim community organizes to defend Donald Trump, but it is terrified to condemn Islamic terrorism. Perhaps this is the only way they can.
    I was raised under the Islamic boot of Sharia Law in Saudi Arabia. Many Muslim friends wanted to leave the country so they could be free. That’s why many of the Muslims who came here have found their candidate. Donald Trump speaks for them.”

  81. “Trump Advocates for Torture, so reads the MSNBC Headline today.

    No qualifiers, no context, no nothing.

    If we are going to play that game,

    Then the MSNBC Headline for Obama, who opposes waterboarding under any circumstances should read

    “Obama Favors Another 911”

    There is no such thing as truth, when it comes to big media

    It is all left wing propaganda

    Dershowitz favors torture, provided it is supported by a warrant.

    A third party would weigh the imminent risk of harm against the likelihood of securing valuable information which could prevent a holocaust–mindful of the fact that information secured under those circumstances may not be reliable, but it could also be the only thing we had.

    It is too bad the people who get on their high horse about things like torture never have to face the consequences of their delusions. It is better of course that no one have to face them, but if someone must do so, then let it be them, who place a low value on American lives.

    Frankly, I am sick and tired of this controversy. When you pit collective survival against the assertion of values survival wins, provided the right safeguards are in place to prevent abuse. That requires the judgment of a third party, but unlike the death penalty, waterboarding is not fatal.

  82. What kind of a president would Donald Trump be?

    Morris is uniquely qualified to answer that question because his own father was the real estate lawyer for Donald’s father Fred, and later for Donald for ten years. Donald called Trump’s father the only good real estate lawyer he ever had.

    Morris compares him to Robert Moses the autocratic leader who built the infrastructure of New York City. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Moses

    I agree wholeheartedly.

    I would also compare him to Baron Haussmann who rebuilt Paris 50 years earlier.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georges-Eug%C3%A8ne_Haussmann

    Morris also compares him to Andrew Jackson and LBJ, who were known for getting things done, and not worrying too much about civil liberties, so long as the end result served a concrete, specific and well defined public good.

    Donald is first, last and always–A PROBLEM SOLVER.

    He defies political labeling which makes the left and the right regard him as their enemy.

    But then again, how often have we seen government go to impasse over important issues, over political ideology, and the public interest suffer. That failure to rise above ideology (plus widespread corruption by public officials) is why our system of government is failing the American People.

    In my view, Donald is one of those leaders who could put a dent in the universe, and after eight malaise, he would get us back on a positive track. This assumes the American People can see past the lies and distortions of big media and the political elites, which is very much an open question.

    Enough of my editorializing. Watch this video if you wish to know what kind of a president Donald would be, in my view at least, a great one, at a time when we most needed it. I doubt there is anything for me in his administration, he has his team in place.

    Still, it would be great to see this nation turn a corner, and get away from the stench of the past eight years under the imperious rein of the big media beloved messiah. As for those who now run big media, I would go so far as to say they have no place in our democracy.


  83. Mormaer: I am sure you are familiar with Baron Haussmann. For my money, the work he did rebuilding Paris is comparable to the work of Michelangelo painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. A masterpiece.

  84. I misspoke. When I said that corruption is widespread, I failed to add that it is institutionalized in our political system. It at the essence of our politics. They say behind every great fortune is a great crime. Behind our politics are many great crimes, murders in more cases than people realize it, but at the root of it, it is not a case of what is illegal that shocks the conscience, but what is legal, yet immoral and offensive to the concept of democracy or justice. Obama is the puss pocket of evil, but he is not the only example. He is simply a distilled version of the poison which is in the Potomac.

  85. From CTH

    Tomorrow!!!!! Tomorrow is election day in the states below! Be part of the Ground Game! Help Mr. Trump rack up the delegates and help Get Out the Vote!

    Michigan/8th, 59 delegates/proportional …. Eastern Standard Time
    —CJ Galdes (616) 821-6389 cjgaldes@donaldtrump.com

    Mississippi/8th, 50 delegates//proportional … Central Standard Time
    (601) 957-1113 Ext 110
    Idaho/8th, 32 delegates/proportional … Mountain Standard Time

    Hawaii/8th, 19 delegates/proportional – caucus … Hawaii/Aleutian Standard Time
    Check here to see local time: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/usa/honolulu

    If your free time is late evening still plenty of time to volunteer and get involved! If you are in the system for one state you can help in other states too!

  86. Southern Born

    March 7, 2016 at 10:34 am

    Biased article full of misstatements. Trump is not a racist and neither am I. Being against illegal immigration is not being against immigration. Hillary revolts me when she refers to people like me with the worst name calling.
    I think Trump and the Trump movement must come out loud and clear to change and expose the rhetoric.

  87. after watching and listening to the debates on both sides, the way I see it there are the two parties opposing each other

    the dims and the repubs…represent the MICRO

    and then there is Donald Trump…represents the MACRO

    the dims, ie, Hillary and Bernie are arguing details about who did this and who did that

    the repubs are in a criss cross of senatorial semantics

    Hillary, Bernie and the repubs represent and are the MICRO talking about local issues and pandering to special interests

    Donald is the MACRO…talking about national and international issues

    Donald is bringing up the big picture issues…the issues that cause the “details” everyone else is arguing about

    Donald is talking about the root causes of why things are turning out the way they are


    at this stage of the debate, Hillary is trying to co-opt some of Donald’s issues on trade and his talking points…Donald is pulling her in one direction

    imho…she has already “borrowed” some of Bernie’s issues…and Bernie is pulling Hillary in another direction



    Bernie and Donald agree on the fact that the USA and American taxpayer is being ripped off by unfair trade agreements, sadly many that were initiated by Bill Clinton and NAFTA

  88. Hillary’s behavior of late shows her not to be a leader. Rather than shaping the issues with a strong message she is copying, co-opting and bringing up the rear…not leading. In 2008 she was leading.

  89. Lu,

    Just heard Trump was tweeting misspelling Wichita. ..twice. .We dyslexic’s always try phonically.
    Is there spell check on twitter lol.

  90. totally disgusted
    March 7, 2016 at 1:15 pm
    Hillary’s behavior of late shows her not to be a leader. Rather than shaping the issues with a strong message she is copying, co-opting and bringing up the rear…not leading. In 2008 she was leading.
    Oh….she’s leading….but in the wrong direction. She needs to turn the arrow in her logo the other way cause she sure as hell isnt moving to the right;-)


  91. td – I think you’re right … but she wants to be Obama, and it was *his* thing to lead from behind…

    I read yesterday that now she’s talking about taxing companies who move out of country… her difference is that she’ll tax them when they’re leaving, rather than put taxes on their incoming goods… maybe she sees that as a way to blunt Trump when they’re in the general…?

    But anyway…. how can she lead anymore?…. she has chosen to be Obama III…. you can’t be a leader or a change agent by simply copying someone…

    Reminds me of those debates when they’d usually make her answer harder questions first, then go to Obama, and he would basically say, “what she said”. Now her whole campaign is, “what HE said”, ie, I have no individuality, I’m just honored to be able to follow after and continue what Obama did….

    Obama was a blank slate, encouraged people to imagine all kinds of wonderful things about him…

    Hillary is an empty body, telling people that she has been filled up by Obama wonderfulness, she is not Hillary, she is Obama III

  92. foxy @ 12:30…for the record, i know that guy being quoted in that article and in the past he actually showed me photos and yearbooks of those days he speaks of going to school with Donald

  93. Published on Mar 4, 2016 14 minutes.
    Ted Cruz – Wolf in Sheep Clothing!!! Christian Video Channel
    “Are you falling for his so called “Christian Values” Claims? Know this: Ted Cruz and his wife Heidi are helping bring in the NWO antichrist system! That should be all you need to know…”

    Hoping admin wbb, mormaer, other brains here LMK if this is inaccurate.

  94. Hold,

    I did watch the video, didn’t realize Reagan started all of this.
    I have never trusted Cruz…
    Poster child of slime…

  95. “Are you falling for his so called “Christian Values” Claims? Know this: Ted Cruz and his wife Heidi are helping bring in the NWO antichrist system! That should be all you need to know…”

    Give the website/source for this please. Would be interested to read it. NWO Antichrist system??

  96. Wbboie
    I implore you to write something to counter the Trump comparisons to hitler

    Along the lines of

    First they took all the construction jobs, but I did not care
    Then the food service jobs that I did not care
    Then the customer service jobs and I did not care
    Then IT jobs and I did not care
    Then my job and there was noone left to care

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