@Ford To USA: Drop Dead — Plus — Wisconsin Votes For @RealDonaldTrump, @BernieSanders, Or #Hillary2016, @TedCruz

On this election day in Wisconsin the Ford Motor Company made an announcement that amounts to an endorsement for Donald J. Trump. The Ford announcement? “Drop Dead American Workers”:

Ford Motor Co. on Tuesday confirmed that it would build a new assembly plant in the Mexico state of San Luis Potosi to improve the profitability of its small cars in a low-cost country.

The Dearborn automaker said it will invest $1.6 billion for the new plant, and will begin construction this summer and start producing vehicles in 2018. Ford said the new plant will create 2,800 direct jobs by 2020.

As of 12:30 p.m. ET Donald J. Trump has not commented on this dire news for America and American workers. In a way Pat Buchanan introduced a good way to view this news as backlit by the Wisconsin elections when Buchanan wrote yesterday about Trump:

As Wisconsinites head for the polls, our Beltway elites are almost giddy. For they foresee a Badger State bashing for Donald Trump, breaking his momentum toward the Republican nomination.

Should The Donald fall short of the delegates needed to win on the first ballot, 1,237, there is growing certitude that he will be stopped. First by Ted Cruz; then, perhaps, by someone acceptable to the establishment, which always likes to have two of its own in the race.

But this city of self-delusion should realize there is no going back for America. For, whatever his stumbles of the last two weeks, Trump has helped to unleash the mightiest force of the 21st century: nationalism. [snip]

First among the issues on which Trump has triumphed – “We will build the wall – and Mexico will pay for it!” – is border security.

Republican candidates who failed to parrot Trump on illegal immigration were among the first casualties.

For that is where America is, and that is where the West is.

Consider Europe. Four months ago, Angela Merkel was Time’s Person of the Year for throwing open the gates to the “huddled masses” of the Middle and Near East.

Merkel’s Germany is now leading the EU in amassing a huge bribe to the Turks to please take them back, and keep them away from the Greek islands that are now Islam’s Ellis Island into Europe. [snip]

If immigration is the first issue where Trump connected with the people, the second is trade.

Republicans are at last learning that trade deficits do matter, that free trade is not free. The cost comes in dead factories, lost jobs, dying towns and the rising rage of an abandoned Middle America whose country this is and whose wages have stagnated for decades.

Economists who swoon over figures on consumption forget what America’s 19th-century meteoric rise to self-sufficiency teaches, and what all four presidents on Mount Rushmore understood.

Production comes before consumption. Who owns the orchard is more essential than who eats the apples. We have exported the economic independence Hamilton taught was indispensable to our political independence. We have forgotten what made us great.

Make America Great Again starts with jobs. As the voters head to the ballot box in Wisconsin, the political elites, the GOP establishment, talk radio, elected officials in the state, all the forces aligned to deny the electorate their voice in the nomination of Donald J. Trump, will try to keep the news from Ford Motor Company as quiet as a Ford factory in the U.S. Perhaps though, the news will still rise and propel Trump to victory today.

Here is some more from Buchanan on Trump:

Patriotism, preserving and protecting the unique character of our nation and people, economic nationalism, America First, staying out of other nation’s wars – these are as much the propellants of Trumpism as is the decline of the American working and middle class. [snip]

If, through rules changes, subterfuge and faithless delegates, party elites swindle him out of the nomination, do they think that the millions who came out to vote for Trump will go home and say: We lost it fair and square?

Do they think they can then go back to open borders, amnesty, a path to citizenship, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and nation building?

Whatever happens to Trump, the country has spoken. And if the establishment refuses to heed its voice, and returns to the policies the people have repudiated, it should take heed of John F. Kennedy’s warning:

Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable.

A victory for Donald J. Trump in Wisconsin today means that GOP establishment tool Ted Cruz will, along with John Kasich, be thrown out like last week’s uneaten table scrap leftovers. The GOP establishment will be beaten in a state where everything that can be thrown has been thrown at Trump. If the GOP establishment and their tool Ted Cruz cannot stop Trump today, their arsenal of anti-Trump artillery will be depleted and their haunts of power will resemble an abandoned Ford factory in Detroit.

What will happen today in Wisconsin? We know John Kasich will lose. We know Hillary Clinton has abandoned the state – although this does not necessarily mean she will lose again, but… yeah, Hillary will likely lose yet another state. Ted Cruz we know must must must win. Donald J. Trump would just like to win and effectively become the GOP nominee today.

For both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump whatever happens in Wisconsin is not as important as what will happen in New York on April 19. For Donald J. Trump the primaries after Wisconsin are in his strongholds. So Donald Trump is not worried about what happens in Wisconsin today. Contrarywise, Hillary2016 should be worried because if Hillary loses Wisconsin it might mean the tightening race in New York might tighten into a noose. Bernie Sanders needs a Wisconsin win less than Cruz does but more than Trump or Hillary do.

For Ted Cruz a victory in Wisconsin is a must. A Wisconsin win for Lyin’ Ted Cruz will only allow Lyin’ Ted Cruz to continue to pretend that Cruz is something other than a tool for the GOP establishment. The GOP establishment wants a brokered convention to circumvent the voters and Lyin’ Ted Cruz is the establishment tool to rob the voters of their right to determine the nominee. A Ted Cruz win in Wisconsin will allow Ted Cruz to continue to lie to the voters that he has a chance to win when all Cruz will have accomplished is the dirty job of the GOP establishment that wants to thwart the voters. Most of the polls show Cruz will win except for an unreliable ARG poll with Trump way ahead.

Still it is Wisconsin. Everything is stacked against Trump. But in the past few days Trump has campaigned heavily throughout the state. Today Ford Motor Company confirmed what Trump has been warning against. If the voters in Wisconsin listen to the news today, Trump will win.

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106 thoughts on “@Ford To USA: Drop Dead — Plus — Wisconsin Votes For @RealDonaldTrump, @BernieSanders, Or #Hillary2016, @TedCruz

  1. I was upset when Wisconsin voted Obama twice, but think I will be more upset today, because I know this is the last great hope, this election, this strange snake handler, this comb over billionaire. ..

  2. gonzotx
    April 5, 2016 at 1:53 pm

    I was upset when Wisconsin voted Obama twice, but think I will be more upset today, because I know this is the last great hope, this election, this strange snake handler, this comb over billionaire.
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    The fact that Wisconsin voted for Obama does not prove they will vote for Cruz.

    The issues are different, and so are the personalities.

    Back then, it was a choice between two globalists.

    Today, it is a choice between a nationalist vs. a globalist.

    And today, Wisconsin is bleeding.

    Think of Trump as if he were Patton.

  3. After Wisconsin, its on to Trump country and big winner take all states.

    Wisconsin is all about breaking the back of the establishment

    And forcing them to play their final three cards:

    1. vote stealing (a short sighted strategy, as explained below)

    2. assassination (read Roger Stones book on who killed Kennedy, and Bill Gwantney)

    3. a manufactured crisis (financial or otherwise)

    It is a measure of their delusion that the elites are giddy about stealing votes, and engaging in what can only be described as voter nullification. They brag about it, they talk about it, and they are willing to tell the world. There comes a point where arrogance becomes stupidity, and they have certainly crossed the rubicon on that score. And suppose it works. Who will ever vote for them after that. They are not only traitors. They are Kamikazes of a different kind.

    The response to them is exactly what Kennedy said: those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable.

    Or, to paraphrase Shakespeare: What fools these elitists be.

  4. This is heady stuff for the spoiled and pampered elites. At risk is their special place at the public trough, their careers, their agenda, their control. Everything in life they value. No wonder they are desperate. And suppose they do launch the defcon option? How can they be sure it will work. How can they be sure that they will not be eaten alive? I suspect there is some triple thinking going on. I am glad I am not one of them. My only worry is getting paid by clients. The life that loves the valley is lonely on the hills, etc.

  5. wbboei

    April 5, 2016 at 3:57 pm

    After Wisconsin, its on to Trump country and big winner take all states.

    Wisconsin is all about breaking the back of the establishment

    And forcing them to play their final three cards:

    1. vote stealing (a short sighted strategy, as explained below)

    2. assassination (read Roger Stones book on who killed Kennedy, and Bill Gwantney)

    3. a manufactured crisis (financial or otherwise)

    It is a measure of their delusion that the elites are giddy about stealing votes, and engaging in what can only be described as voter nullification. They brag about it, they talk about it, and they are willing to tell the world. There comes a point where arrogance becomes stupidity, and they have certainly crossed the rubicon on that score. And suppose it works. Who will ever vote for them after that. They are not only traitors. They are Kamikazes of a different kind.

    The response to them is exactly what Kennedy said: those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable.

    Or, to paraphrase Shakespeare: What fools these elitists be.
    _________________________________________________________________________

    What allegiance does any citizen owe to these usurpers should they defy the electorate? Same with Dems – Sanders gaining momentum, but they’ll never, ever nominate him with their superdelegate arrangement.

    When both parties defy their citizens decisions and install who they desire instead, what allegiance is owed to the governmental apparatus? It’s foreign to Americans. These assholes have long been too big for their britches and need a good walloping the old fashioned way; pitchforks.

  6. By the way, this is a nomination for the Republican Party. IF YOU DON’T LIKE THE PARTY, THEN SIT DOWN. The Party is CHOOSING a nominee.”
    ——-
    Nice.

    No actually, very nice.

    Arrogance?

    Hell no–logic.

    Vote in the primary, and we will disregard it and put in our own candidate.

    Now that we have told you fuck off, come vote for us in the general election.

    It takes a Harvard trained elitist to navigate around the shoals of that twisted logic.

    Or, as Justice Cardoza put it: discrimination so subtle is a feat beyond the compass of ordinary minds.

    Including my own.

    But here is the rub.

    It aint just the presidential candidate who will go down in flames.

    Its all the down ticket officials with an R beside their name.

    Their logic is irrefutale: destroy the village to save it.

    But do not expect to survive politically yourself.

    And there aint enough lobbyist jobs to go around.

    The difference between the dims and repubs is stark.

    The dim leadership will coronate the candidate with the most delegates.

    Whereas the repubs are proposing not to.

  7. blowme0bama
    April 5, 2016 at 4:20 pm
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    If they cannot live with respecting the will of the voters, then why should they go through this process of voting in the primary. The reason behind it, of course, is to create the impression of a mandate, and to position themselves for the general election. But if they intend to disregard that vote, then they need not to do it. And in that case we need four political parties, so voters have options. They are not going to come out of this thing alive, in my opinion. They think its a man they are fighting, and not a movement. It is a classic mistake, worthy of Caligula.

  8. http://www.cnbc.com/2016/04/05/ford-adding-plants-jobs-in-mexico.html

    Trump calls Ford Mexico plant ‘absolute disgrace’

    In a move that is sure to draw ire on the presidential campaign trail, Ford on Tuesday announced that it will be adding a new assembly plant in Mexico.

    The Detroit automaker said it will invest $1.6 billion into the facility and create 2,800 jobs by 2020, with construction expected to begin this summer.

    Ford’s expansion in Mexico has been expected for months, causing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to repeatedly hammer the automaker.

    “This transaction is an absolute disgrace. Our dishonest politicians and the special interests that control them are laughing in the face of all American citizens,” said Trump in a statement released after Ford’s announcement on Tuesday.

    “When I am president, we will strongly enforce trade rules against unfair foreign subsidies, and impose countervailing duties to prevent egregious instances of outsourcing.”

    Trump went on to call for renegotiating NAFTA “to create a fair deal for American workers.” [snip]

    In response to Tuesday’s announcement, Dennis Williams, president of the United Auto Workers, said, “Today’s announcement that Ford is investing in Mexico is a disappointment and very troubling. For every investment in Mexico it means jobs that could have and should have been available right here in the USA.”

    The Ford announcement comes the same day as the primary in Wisconsin, a blue-collar state that has lost manufacturing jobs — including many in the auto industry.

  9. Tony Stark
    April 5, 2016 at 6:53 pm
    Honestly, what is up with Hillary these days?
    ——-
    Hardly surpising.

    Hillary has given up on the white working class.

    She has become a rootless cosmopolitan.

    Who plays the gender card

    Same way the big media messiah played the race card

    Also, it pre empts the attacks Kelly might launch against Hillary

    All for the sake of the “sisterhood”.

  10. 2,800 jobs
    ———
    I had an expert named Professor Heffernon of the University of Missouri who I brought into a cattleman’s conference on the affects the importation of foreign meat into the United States on employment, and the problem of packer concentration. He claimed that every ag dollar generated in the United States passed through seven sets of hands before it left the community. In so doing, it supported other businesses and other jobs, like restaurants, barber shops, schools, bowling alleys, apartments, dry goods stores, you name it. If you wonder why so many small towns in the midwest have dried up and blown away, it is because those jobs were eliminated, either through outsourcing to Mexico, or automation, i.e. the factory farm. This is what Trump stands four square against, what Cruz stand for square for, and what big media is keen to hide from the American People. If Ford created those 3000 jobs in the United States, then by Professor Heffernon’s logic, it would create 20,000 American jobs, and the taxes to support the community.

  11. The liars are very busy throwing every thing at Trump that they can. All kind of silly shit, too.

  12. Tony Stark

    April 5, 2016 at 6:53 pm

    Hillary made false statements such as trump said ALL Mexican immigrants are rapists…etc. I have lost all respect for her. Disappointment has turned to dislike for me.

  13. Warts and all I’m all for Trump.
    FBN is saying the exit polls may show a Cruz win?????
    BTW Varney has been anti trump all week.

  14. Madcow carrying on about how Trump only does well with low education voters and how Wisconsin voters are more educated. How do these people get any ratings?

  15. Madcow carrying on about how Trump only does well with low education voters and how Wisconsin voters are more educated. How do these people get any ratings?
    ————–
    Her ignorance is incredible.

    Today, right now, you can buy 27 stock brokers in New Delhi for the price of one stock broker in New York today.

    Today, the x rays and MRIS which used to be read by radiologists in this country are forwarded over the internet to physicians in third world countries.

    The point is, unfettered globalization is a threat to everyone in manufacturing, service and the professions.

    And the ability to understand that separates the quick from the dead.

  16. Today, legal research work can be farmed out to the third world in the same way, and firms are starting to do it. They can still charge premium prices to the client, and get riiiiiiiich. But where does that leave those hapless law students with $100,000 student loans who cannot find work?

  17. In one of the recent rallies, Trump said he’d be in WI today, and if he wins he’ll celebrate with them. The news just said that Trump is in NY….? If that’s true, he might be feeling he’s not going to win. He still has a chance – it’s 50 something percent to 30 something – but only 2 percent are counted…

  18. The numbers for Hillary are rather stark. Sanders at 57% with 4% of the vote in.

    Cruz under 50% now with 6% of the vote in.

  19. Massive cheating.

    That is the only way this happens.

    Massive cheating.

    Only an idiot would vote for Cruz.

  20. They are reporting the Cruz counties first.

    A state of cheese heads.

    Happy to have record unemployment.

  21. Trump gets 20,000 to his rallies, Cruz gets under a thousand and Cruz wins.

    This indicates massive cheating.

    That is the only way this happens.

    The only way.

    This election has no legitimacy.

  22. CNN predicted Cruz by a significant margin, based on exit polls. It all looks so rehearsed. Scott Walker is the governor and he controls the votes. And it is a screwy state. The independents must have gone for Bernie the rapist. His campaign is being pumped with dark money for just this purpose. So who knows, Cruz will be crowing about a contested convention and so death to democracy.

    It is a good thing there are only 42 delegates. The margin they are showing is just not believable.

  23. 900 Delegates Left

    Trump as of today has 737 Delegates

    Cruz as of today has 505 Delegates

    Where does Trump win 500 Delegates to reach 1237?

  24. It is not what I had hoped for, but it seemed pretty obvious. Hillary basically was conceding last last week, and Trump had a bad couple of weeks. Hopefully, they both rebound in New York.

  25. Fu#k Wisconsin..

    May their cheesecurds turn racid

    May the Badgers never win a Big Ten Championship again

    May the Brewers stay in the cellar of MLB

    May the Bucks become the Does and be laughed out of the NBA and become the WNBA..

    And this one pains me, really,.May the Green Bay Packers never win another Super Bowl

    A curse on your houses…all

  26. Does this Cruz speech ever end? Someone should throw a mouse on the ground so Ted can gobble it up and stop talking.

  27. So my question is, given the inevitability of Sanders’ win in Wisconsin, did significant numbers of his supporters vote instead in the GOP primary for Cruz just to defeat Trump there?

  28. My understanding Trump needed just 12 delegates from Wisconsin to stay on path.

    I do not want Cruz over 50%

    I freaking hate that rat!

  29. Ack – my 9:28 comment above – I meant Cruz, they were calling it for Cruz, not for Trump!!! sorry for any confusion!!

  30. Hillary and Trump going to have to work hard for big victories in NY. The results tonight are not all that surprising but as Sanders has pointed out in his victory speech, the momentum is certainly moving in his and Cruz’ favor.

  31. Someone on tv said that Trump has been able to win on his personality and words alone up to now, but that now a strong ground game is important. If this is true, I think Trump needs to focus on that, and put out the commercials. He said all this work is worthless if he doesn’t win. Well, I think it’s time to go full out now, ensure the win – especially with all the vultures waiting to steal his delegates and whatnot.

    I hear people saying that if Trump doesn’t make it, they’re going to x, y, or z, but basically they’re through with the party. My feeling is that who cares? All that matters is that he wouldn’t have won, and we’re going to become a part of the globalist whole, nation states gone, America basically gone.

    8 years ago they screwed with Hillary, and a lot of people left the dems. What good did it do? They still “selected” a “democrat”. And the party didn’t “learn” and grow, it just became more of the same. So the republicans lose this year, and sit out to protest the corruption.

    How is that any different than whack-a-mole? We whacked the mole 8 years ago, others are doing it now on the other side- but the system hasn’t changed, it’s the uniparty, and they have cockroach type survivability, because people, as angry as they get, might just switch sides, which is no skin off the nose of globalists/our elite.

    He has to win.

    If he doesn’t win, people in both parties have to work together to get the government we deserve. This is against all of us. Whack-a-mole on this side and then on that side just makes us think we’re doing something, it keeps us out of their hair with our ineffectual attempts at reclaiming power. IMO, we have to forget about parties and fight the elites together.

    Only Trump wants to wipe out this corrupt system. He has to win. Otherwise, even if we all pull together, I just don’t know how we are going to save our country.

  32. Sanders lead actually increasing to around 11% as I predicted…she’s got big problems. Shadowfax , I feel your pain.

  33. Yuck…cruz 50,8 61% in,,,the fix is in I beieve. The narrative will be 50% hes a winner…i must excuse myself I need to throw up

  34. Adm, that CNN map is telling. Trump got a lot of small counties but lost in the major cities…Hillary got very little anywhere..

  35. Sanders got 50% of the women.

    ==============================
    Women screwing Hillary again..it is mind blowing.

  36. jb, I think it would be interesting to see stats for women by race…. A lot of the women for Hillary will be minorities – I wonder what percentage of white women are going to each of the 5 candidates…. Hillary basically had them all in 2008, even republican women crossing over… but she has left them behind…

  37. jbstonesfan
    April 5, 2016 at 11:05 pm
    ————————
    Do they even know that Comrade Sanders has rape fantasies?

  38. Well at least, we thank 34% of the Wisconsinites for their votes…

    Thank You Wisconsin for trying!!!

  39. Do they even know that Comrade Sanders has rape fantasies?

    ==============================================================
    Apparently not….

  40. CNN also saying Cruz at least 33-39 delegates and trump 3-6…Kasich O.
    =================================
    Hillary won Milwaukee County with AA votes…lost pretty much everywhere else. If she wins the nomination, she will owe it to the AA community which is what cost her in 08…ironic.

  41. Kelly is Tokyo Rose.

    The only way I can explain the margin here, wider than any polls indicated, is rampant cheating and the ignorant cheese heads. The Republican Party in that state is strange, really. I was at a party event back there during the 2004 election, and the moderator dropped down on her knees and prayed for Bush to win. I was with two members of a Madison law firm that was part of the establishment, and represented management in labor matters. I was shocked at how easy it was for employers in that state to move offshore without a fight and nobody seemed to care. At the time, I thought the attitude I observed was idiosyncratic. I now realize it is endemic. Hard to feel much respect for them. Have good people come out of that state? Only one I can think of and its been 100 years. His name was Billy Mitchell.

  42. I would rather have Uncle Bernie than Paul Ryan.

    Bernie will not tear up social security

    Whereas Ryan tried to last time

    And has since cut a deal to do that with Obama

    Said deal to be announced after the election.

  43. Have good people come out of that state? Only one I can think of and its been 100 years. His name was Billy Mitchell.

    You forgot gonzo!

    (and Laverne and Shirley 🙂 )

  44. Ryan is a wolf in sheep’s clothing..got the boyish good looks, comes off as a caring conservative, etc..he is not someone whom I would trust if I plan on retiring in the next decade..

  45. In hindsight, I am not surprised this happened.

    Was there cheating?

    Is the pope catholic?

    But was that the pivotal factor?

    No siree.

    And why I did not see it earlier . . .

    Here’s the deal:

    Republicans in that state have been in a death match with dims over public unions.

    Walker was their hero and Walker beat the dims.

    Walker ran for president, and for awhile it looked like he had a chance.

    But then Trump took him down, and I mean hard . . . thud.

    Trump knocked out their favorite son (sun?)

    And along with it, their hopes to go to Washington.

    If they can get a brokered convention, then their other favorite son Ryan will get them there.

    So they just had to get even and vote against Trump

    Even if it meant voting for this guy:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=odie+cologne&rlz=1C1CHWA_enUS629US629&espv=2&biw=791&bih=639&tbm=isch&imgil=BMqNjyOfe3_QpM%253A%253BAyYuoAEBRBxpmM%253Bhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Fcomicvine.gamespot.com%25252Fodie-cologne%25252F4005-9780%25252F&source=iu&pf=m&fir=BMqNjyOfe3_QpM%253A%252CAyYuoAEBRBxpmM%252C_&usg=__0h2GVAzPOOjsuK3K359oLvMPZ0U%3D&ved=0ahUKEwjM2cbdsPnLAhUL12MKHbIpDSIQyjcIMw&ei=JKwEV8y3JYuujwOy07SQAg#imgrc=BMqNjyOfe3_QpM%3A

    And if that is true, then this vote is eustum generus and this will not give legs to Cruz in other venues.

  46. I did not say that well.

    The Wisconsin Republicans we motivated by a vendetta.

    This Cruz victory will not be replicated in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and California

  47. But they are still cheeseheads–that 66% that voted for Cruz and voted their future away as well without realizing it.

  48. wbboei
    April 6, 2016 at 12:41 am

    I would rather have Uncle Bernie than Paul Ryan

    Most sane people would. I watched Rinse Pie-pus lie for a while before switching off the boob tube. I noticed that he goes into “I’m just a dumbass little guy” whenever he is angry. Instead of standing up for himself and his cronies he does the stupid routine, with a little bit of speech impediment or weird accent, to keep from getting punched in the face. Paul Ryan does the bug eyed, ultra sincere, let’s all be nice to each other also to keep from getting cold cocked. I suspect this was a coping mechanism developed in junior high. Cruz of course does the old “Jesus loves me” whenever he is getting on thin ice and about to get his ass beat. Revenge of the beta’s and it works in Wisconsin. Gotta keep those dairy farmers in slave labor for the cheese. I will think of it as Ryan’s Wisconsin slave cheese from now on sitting on the store shelf. Yum-meeee. Hope they all enjoy their heroin problem to hurry along the population replacement.

  49. Will historians view the “Wisconsin Vote” as the final nail in the coffin of the United States of America? Or, will it become the shot heard ’round the world, the new rallying point for Nationalism?

    We’ll see.

  50. jbstonesfan

    Sanders lead actually increasing to around 11% as I predicted…she’s got big problems. Shadowfax , I feel your pain.

    ———-
    I was prepared for this loss…another freakin’ caucus state, no diversity, and plays to the purple unicorns in the Dim party.

    The Sandcrab only gained 6 delegates on Hillary last night, so he had better call up all the pixie dust he can to keep his purple haze alive. He has no chance of catching up to her delegates.

    What is the key to winning the effin’ caucus states? Nothing besides rabid/aggressive supporters, that I can think of.

    Everyone on Big Pink thinks Hillary will have the primary stolen from her again in/or after the convention, so why worry?

    I don’t foresee the same demise.

  51. I am told that the attorney for the Mayflower Madam who was murdered by the establishment has the black book for here clee an tell, it has been under a protective order all these years, but he will release it on Friday. Ted’s name is in that book.

    I am also told that during his wild and wollie college years, the libertine Tedando dressed up as tranvestite, snuck into the girls dorm, and did a peeping Tom routine. Far as I know, there is no protected class for peeping Toms under the provisions of Article 7 yet.

    What does this mean?

    It means the elites will have to put their eggs in another basket, and that means pizza boy Kasich, who Soros is secretly supporting, unbeknownst to many. But is does not mean that Ted will be denied his 30 pieces of silver, which is the Supreme Court nomination. And because he got John Roberts in there, it is predictable because one bad turn deserves another.

  52. It also means the evangelicals who voted for Ted will have some soul searching to do.

    Correction: Title 7 to the civil right act, not article 7.

  53. Foxy,
    that site had very good writing for sure but they run it like the gestope. All I wrote is that I didn’t think congratulations was in order for the Cruz team.
    Really.
    You telling me Cruz who gets like 100 people, mostly paid, to come to his speeches, got over 500,000 votes, twice of Romney, and no one is suspicious that there was not flagrant cheating. Hell Trump beat Romney and McCain.
    I told them they are running their site like Pravda..BS….

  54. Well. Trump could use a 50% plus win in NY to grab all the delegates…if he falters there I think it’s over for him. Hillary seems in total disarray and Sanders may very well win.

  55. jb

    What site are you reading?

    (CNN, not that friendly to Hillary)

    New York looks set to deliver both presidential front-runners big primary victories on April 19, with Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump sporting double-digit leads in their home state in a new poll.

    Clinton leads Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders 54% to 42% in the Empire State, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.

    On the Republican side, Trump is in first place with 56% support, while Texas Sen. Ted Cruz trails with 20% and Ohio Gov. John Kasich with 19%.
    The Quinnipiac poll also found that the New York remains solidly blue, as both Democratic candidates would soundly defeat the Trump in a general election match-up.

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/31/politics/hillary-clinton-donald-trump-new-york-poll/index.html

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