New Republican Party: Smart @SarahPalinUSA And @RealDonaldTrump Versus @SpeakerRyan And GOP Establishment

Sarah Palin is so smart. Idiots mock Sarah Palin because they don’t like her speaking voice, or her manner of speaking, or her education outside the Ivy League. The idiots think Sarah Palin is an idiot. But Sarah Palin is so so smart.

Yesterday Sarah Palin even outsmarted us. In our previous article we suggested if a big name Trump supporter, joined by every Trump supporter, donated money to Paul Ryan’s primary opponent Paul Nehlen – that would send the necessary message to Paul Ryan and his ambitions to run for president in 2020 by sabotaging Trump in 2016. Sarah Palin trumped us. Sarah Palin will do more than just send Paul Nehlen a check:

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin announced on Sunday she will work to defeat Paul Ryan in his Republican primary.

This came after Ryan would not endorse the Republican nominee Donald Trump for president.

Sarah Palin says Paul Ryan will be “Cantored”:

Sarah Palin will work to defeat House Speaker Paul Ryan by backing his primary opponent in Wisconsin, the former Alaska governor told CNN’s Jake Tapper.

Palin said in an interview that airs Sunday on “State of the Union” that her decision was sparked by Ryan’s bombshell announcement to Tapper last week that he wasn’t yet ready to support Donald Trump, the Republican presumptive nominee. Palin endorsed Trump back in January.

“I think Paul Ryan is soon to be ‘Cantored,’ as in Eric Cantor,” Palin said, referring to the former Republican House majority leader who was ousted in a shocking upset in 2014 when challenger Dave Brat ran to his right in a Virginia primary.

“His political career is over but for a miracle because he has so disrespected the will of the people, and as the leader of the GOP, the convention, certainly he is to remain neutral, and for him to already come out and say who he will not support is not a wise decision of his,” Palin continued.

Sarah Palin got what smart people get: results.

Ryan says he would step down as convention chair if Trump asks

Sarah Palin did Donald J. Trump a solid. Trump’s hands are clean on this because he did not coordinate with Palin on the very clear threat to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. Trump can proceed in good faith to his Thursday meeting with Paul Ryan. Trump should listen to Paul Ryan then conclude the meeting with a firm “go to hell”.

Speaker Ryan wants to neuter Trump. It’s what we call Trump without Trumpism”:

When Paul Ryan declares that the GOP “standard bearer” should bear the GOP standard what Paul Ryan means is “Trump without Trumpism”. Paul Ryan will tolerate Donald Trump only if Trump does what loser Paul Ryan commands. “… Trump had yet to prove he shared the conservative values and principles necessary to be the party’s standard-bearer” means Paul Ryan wants Trump to be the GOP establishment chump. Trump without Trumpism is what the GOP establishment and Paul Ryan demand.

The GOP establishment goal is to sabotage Trump and the new emerging Republican Party so the ancien régime can maintain control and maintain their privileges. The ancien régime will do nothing for the American people other than continue the disaster of policies which weaken American workers with low wage policies and turn America into a garrison state for international taskmasters. Trump rejects all that.

This is where we elevate Sarah Palin to “very smart” status. Sarah Palin was merely “smart” when she Kabonged the treacherous Paul Ryan with a threat, not only to his Speakership, but to his very existence as a legislator. But Sarah Palin must be considered “very smart” because of what Sarah Palin sees, that we saw long ago, and that the GOP establishment only at this very late date begins to perceive.

We, Sarah Palin, and a few others see that there is a New Republican Party rising. Pretty boy Paul Ryan and the GOP establishment want to abort the birth of the New Republican Party.

That is what this election cycle is about. You can’t “Make America Great Again” without a new political establishment. The New Republican Party, built with the bones of the Obama destroyed Democratic Party of old, is rising.


The GOP establishment knows of their death to come. So the ancien régime dreams fevered dreams and new plots to stop their own funeral.

There can be no peace. The GOP establishment must be killed. Consider, both major political parties for their own selfish reasons, seek to impose illegal immigration amnesty, common core, disaster trade policies such as TPP. Both parties are in cahoots on these issues. Donald J. Trump is against illegal immigration amnesty, common core, disaster trade policies.

The GOP establishment wants to sell the notion that the problem with Donald J. Trump is one of “tone” and bombastic “personality”. But the GOP establishment’s problem with Donald J. Trump is one of policy. That’s why there can be no peace. One must die for the other to live.

Donald J. Trump is against what both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party want to impose on this nation. Recall that many of the abominations of the Obama gangster government were birthed by Republicans. TARP, Common Core, bailouts, trade deals – were authored by George W. Bush and then co-authored by Barack Obama. ObamaCare? It used to be called RomneyCare.

Donald J. Trump is against what both the Democratic Party of Barack Obama and the Republican Party of George W. Bush have imposed on American citizens. The American people are against what the Democratic Party of Barack Obama and the Republican Party of George W. Bush have wrought. That’s why there is a New Republican Party rising.

Donald J. Trump, aided and abetted by the voters, will bring about a realignment – a New Republican Party. Sarah Palin will help birth the New Republican Party.


141 thoughts on “New Republican Party: Smart @SarahPalinUSA And @RealDonaldTrump Versus @SpeakerRyan And GOP Establishment

  1. Most definitely Admin…

    And Nehlen changed his toon of not out right saying he would support Trump last weekend to saying he would.
    He was coy, “I will support the Republican nominee”

    Now he says he support’s Trump…I think Sarah had a “talk ” with him…

    We may need to keep an eye on that one.

  2. In a completely anti-Trump biased panel of idiots, Matthew Dowd asks, “What party is Paul Ryan the future of?”

    New Republican Party rising.

  3. Outris,

    It probably had everything to do with the email I sent him telling him what a mistake he was

  4. Interesting how this is all playing out. I’m in a traditionally uber-lib neighborhood (NYC Upper West Side) and surprised at how many of my neighbors are Trump supporters. They’ve come a long way since 2008, when there were so many Obama signs in windows I couldn’t stand it. These are dis-affected Dems, mind you. Our collective attitude is ‘screw the career politicians. Trump is going to the White House’ and then very calmly back to their day. And thanks for including my tweet to that odious POS Bill Kristol 🙂

  5. Updating Ted’s visit to NuWeld:

    22 April. Republican Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz Stops at NuWeld in Williamsport
    4 May. Keeping Hope Alive For NuWeld Workers in Williamsport
    9 May. Nuweld Employees in Williamsport File for Unemployment

    all at

  6. From the last thread – some people were talking about potential VP picks –

    A VP can be from a neighboring state, but I *think* they try to avoid that, because it can feel to voters like most of the country is “left out”. I think they try to get a president and vice president from two of : east, south, midwest, west. So Trump and Christie of course both fall into the east category.

    I think, with all that Trump has to do, a very *fundamental transformation* (take THAT, Ocrap) to the party with repubs, dems, and indies a part of it, as well as changing all else, it will need to be reinforced with the 8 years after Trump. So the VP really should be able to carry on afterwards. Some of the choices are Trump’s age, such as Sessions (he would be 78 when running for president after Trump’s terms), and I don’t know Gingrich’s age (I think he has too much baggage anyway), but he *looks* old to me. And the problem with Webb that I see (the “conservative democrat”) is that you already have all of Cruz’ people thinking Trump isn’t conservative enough, and Webb might scare them away. I don’t know that he would attract enough dems to counteract the loss of republicans.

  7. (and with Webb, he really had a lot of people not knowing who the heck he was – he’s really not well known)

  8. Outris – that was certainly an epic rant. But I don’t feel it had much substance, I don’t think it’s really going to inform anyone. She wrote down very carefully constructed sentences of strong but generic insults and then read them for 6 minutes. The most substance she provided was a listing of “gates”.

    I think it’s probably more something that someone who already agrees with her would get something from (the “rantness” of it). Plus, she’s so young, I suspect most of what she was saying has been taught to her in the home. And I just can’t help it, when someone brings up Vince Foster, I just can’t take them too seriously 🙂

  9. Lorac,Outris

    The young lady had been making videos for some time. She has numerous, videos on u tube . I’m getting a feeling she comes from a molitary, family.
    She clearly has no love for Hillary

  10. gonzo, I read that article maybe yesterday. IIRC, it points out examples of how putting section 8 in other neighborhoods only brings crime to those formerly peaceful neighborhoods and lowers property values, and nothing improves in the section 8 lives. But that even with the examples showing it does not work, Obama wants to double down.

    Geez, I can’t wait for him to leave.

  11. Interesting that Sander’s campaign will likely win a lot of states , even possibly, CA but can’t overcome Hillary’s lead in both pledged and super delegates. Hillary, like Obama in 08, will stumble to victory and if she does get the nomination, how she is going to compete against Trump who seems be slowly but steadily getting the GOP’ers in line sans the one’s who were never going to support him from day one.

  12. Whenever I see the attendees’ photos of the crowd at Trump events (since the media doesn’t show them, not even RightSideMedia pans the crowd), I always think how intimidating that must be to other candidates. Sanders has had some big rallies, but only sometimes – Trump’s are always consistently huge.

    And all this work done by the people still in the race – the last two remaining still have to do it all over again for the general. It makes me tired just thinking of it, especially repeating yourself several times a day for days a week for so many months. By the time I won the final election, I’d be so tired of hearing about my issues that I would probably not even want to talk about them anymore lol

    I could never be a candidate.

  13. The Fakeawhaness story is part reality, and part delusion.

    The reality part is to throw a bone to the children’s crusade who marches behind that don Quixote figure Bernie. If that is the concern, she would be better off selecting Bernie. The children may not accept Fakeawhanus in lieu of Bernie. They may think she is a phony.

    The delusional part is that Fakeawness is a threat to Trump because she is such an attack dog. Trump is a pit bull and Fakeawnwess is a yelping ratter. The outcome of that fight is in doubt only to someone who is not playing with a full deck.

    I do believe that Hillary will select Fakeahawness. This is the only way for her to apologize to the children for cheating Bernie. Whether the children have the same attachment fo Fakeawhawnessw or not, and whether they would accept her as a substitute for him is questionable.

    This talk about Warren as the attack dog on Trump is more delusion. He could squash fakeahawness like the slug she is. But frankly that is beneath him. If he selects Christie as vp, then fakeahawness will be reduced to a pile of dust.

  14. Cruz may have suspended his campaign, but he is still a viper in the grass.
    . . . . and the bathroom and the girls dorm and at transvestite bars.

  15. wbboei, you really think she would select a female as vp? It’s been hard enough to elect *one* woman (pres or VP), I think it would be many many years after several woman are pres and several women are vp, before two women could be elected together… JMHO.

  16. wbboei
    May 10, 2016 at 12:57 am
    A fight between a pit bull like Trump and a Yorkie like Warren would be almost like animal cruelty.

  17. Big media is Chicken Little.

    Now that Trump has won–everything that happens from here on out “could be a disaster”

    Unlike the fucking mess that they and their uniparty have handed the country.

    The latest bullshit?

    Some coyote ugly establishment media hac–warns us—yes were were warned

    That if Ryan is not chairman of the convention there COULD be chaos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    And that means the sky would fall in

    Just imagine that Wisconsin altar boy is all that stands between us and—-

    Or, like that asshole across the pond claims who pretends to be Prime Minister . . .

    If Britain withdraws from the protofascist EU it COULD mean World War III!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    First chaos, then World War III if we do not do what elite media demands.

    In other words, there is a causal connection because they say there is a causal connection

    This is only an assertion however, with no proof to back it up

    And even if it were true, there are supervening events–brakes, forks in the road, etc.

    The journalists are like children.

    And because most of them are over 21 they are cases of arrested development.

    Oh . . the good journalist like fatass candy crowley, they are gone forever

  18. Judge Janine should stick with her narratives, and not bring these guests on.

    The two meat heads in the above video are pure establishment types who are good at one thing—losing elections.

    And when they pretend that what the party is about is winning elections–THEY LIE THROUGH THEIR TEETH.

    The two parties do not care if they win elections as long as the money keeps flowing to them. Individual candidates care, but the party is 100% about rewarding donors.

    If you think I am kidding, the I urge you to think back to 2014, when the voters gave the Republican party both houses of congress based on their promise to stop Obama.

    First thing they did after the election was pass Cromnibus, which raised the limit on campaign contributions for wealthy donors, and gave wealthy donors the special treatment they bribed them to receive.

    And on the issue that mattered most to the voters, stopping Obama what did they do?

    Not a fucking thing. Worse, they conspired with him to raise the debt ceiling, protect Obamacare, etc.

    The Republican establishment are traitors to this nation.

    So don’t give us this crap that the parties goal is winning election.

    The party’s goal is keptocracy.

  19. when it comes to Hillary’s VP, Hillary will select whoever Obama tells her to select. He controls the strings and always will where Hillary is concerned.

  20. Lorac, GonzoTx …I agree that this was an epic rant 😄. Considering I had just read the post above about Cruz donors flipping their money to Hillary, at the moment I found the video delicious none the less.

    Pat Buchanan on speaker: Losers don’t make demands, they make pleas
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    Forty-eight hours after Donald Trump wrapped up the Republican nomination with a smashing victory in the Indiana primary, House Speaker Paul Ryan announced that he could not yet support Trump.

    In millennial teen-talk, Ryan told CNN’s Jake Tapper, “I’m just not ready to do that at this point. I’m not there right now.”

    “[T]he bulk of the burden of unifying the party” falls on Trump, added Ryan. Trump must unify “all wings of the Republican Party, and the conservative movement.” Trump must run a campaign that we can “be proud to support and proud to be a part of.”

    Then, maybe, our Hamlet of the House can be persuaded to support the elected nominee of his own party.

    Excuse me, but upon what meat has this our Caesar fed?

    Ryan is a congressman from Wisconsin. He has never won a statewide election. As No. 2 on Mitt Romney’s ticket, he got waxed by Joe Biden. He was compromise choice as speaker, only after John Boehner went into in his Brer Rabbit “Zip-a-dee-doo-dah” routine.

    Who made Ryan the conscience of conservatism?

    Who made Ryan keeper of the keys of true Republicanism?

    Trump “inherits something … that’s very special to a lot of us,” said Ryan, “the party of Lincoln and Reagan and Jack Kemp.”

    But Trump did not “inherit” anything. He won the nomination of the Republican Party in an epic battle in the most wide-open race ever, in which Trump generated the largest turnout and greatest vote totals in the history of Republican primaries.

    What is Ryan up to?

    He is pandering to the Trump-hating Beltway media and claiming the leadership of a Republican establishment routed and repudiated in the primaries, not only by that half of the party that voted for Trump, but also by that huge slice of the party that voted for Ted Cruz.

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    The hubris here astonishes. A Republican establishment that has been beaten as badly as Carthage in the Third Punic War is now making demands on Scipio Africanus and the victorious Romans.

    This is difficult to absorb.

    Someone should instruct Paul Ryan that losers do not make demands. They make requests. They make pleas.

    What makes Ryan’s demands more astonishing is that he is the designated chairman of the Republican National Convention, a majority of whose delegates and whose nomination Trump is about to win.

    Ryan is saying he is ambivalent over whether he will accept the verdict of the Cleveland convention – of which he is the chairman.

    If Ryan holds to his refusal to accept the decision of the Republican majority in the primaries, he should be removed from that role. And if Ryan does not come out of Thursday’s meeting with the Donald, endorsing him, the presumptive nominee should turn to Paul Ryan, and, in two words, tell him, “You’re fired!”

    Trump cannot allow the establishment to claw back in the cloakrooms of Capitol Hill what he won on a political battlefield. He cannot allow a discredited establishment to dictate the issues he may run on.

    That would be a betrayal of the troops who brought Trump victory after victory in the primaries.

    To longtime students of politics, there is rarely anything new under the sun. And there is precedent for the shakedown Ryan and his Beltway collaborators are trying to do to Trump.

    Paul Ryan is the Nelson Rockefeller of his generation.

    In 1960, Gov. Rockefeller refused to challenge Vice President Nixon in the primaries. When Nixon went to Rockefeller’s New York apartment to persuade him to join the ticket, Rocky refused, but demanded concessions in the platform, to which Nixon acceded.

    The Chicago convention, a Nixon convention, believed itself betrayed by the “Pact of Fifth Avenue.”

    Only the appearance of Sen. Barry Goldwater at the podium to tell conservatives to “grow up. We can take this party back,” halted a suicidal drive to take the nomination away from Nixon.

    After Goldwater won the nomination in the 1964 California primary by defeating Rockefeller, Rocky arrived at the San Francisco convention to demand that a plank equating the John Birch Society with the Communist Party and Ku Klux Klan be written into Goldwater’s platform. Hooted and rejected, Rocky went home and refused to endorse the nominee, who went down to a crushing defeat by LBJ.

    Nixon, a party loyalist, campaigned across the country for Barry and his doomed party.

    In 1968, Nixon got his reward, the nomination, with Goldwater’s support. And Govs. Rockefeller and George Romney, who had done the Paul Ryan thing, never came close.

    Rockefeller got what he deserved when the Reaganite heirs of Barry Goldwater, at Kansas City in 1976, demanded the dumping of Rocky from President Ford’s ticket. And they got it.

    Paul Ryan, in declaring that he cannot now support Trump, and imposing conditions to earn his support, has crawled out on a long limb.

    Trump cannot capitulate. He has to saw it off.

    This is one Private Ryan we cannot save.


  22. If I had a face like Mark Zukerberg’s (which reminds me of something Salvador Dahli might dream up after one whole quart of brandy) I would not be in a big rush to plaster it on Newsweek, Time, Vaniety Fair etc. On the other hand, if I were a digital totalitarian like Mark Zuckerberg then I might not care. Who is he? A billioaire? That is no validation. I will tell you exactly who he is. Zuckerberg (Fuckerberg to some) is a Harvard trained left wing zealot who poses an a news aggregator (like Dudge) but is in fact a megalomaniac, who deals in the calling of Orwell. Fortunately, this article by Roger Simon preceded by disclosures from insiders on how he distorts truth could be the beginning of the great unraveling of this subhuman.
    Facebook—More Dangerous than the NSA

    A while back, Edward Snowden blew the whistle on our National Security Agency. They’re spying on all our digital devices, have been for years. Our privacy has vanished.

    True enough, but the NSA is looking for terrorists and, unless I’m missing something, hasn’t come after anyone who isn’t one, at least not yet. Still, the agency is something to be concerned about, though somewhat less, I would imagine, than a repeat of San Bernardino, or Paris, or Brussels, etc., etc.

    But if you’re looking for something to really worry about, how about an equally large computer-based organization with the genuine power to invade our privacy, warp our minds and distort our culture that is actually in the process of doing it — Facebook?

    In a media world where print journalism is disappearing and young (and many older) people gather the vast percentage of their information online, its dominance is overwhelming and its effect pernicious, maybe poisonous.


    Evidence has been in the news lately. Gizmodo reports: “Facebook workers routinely suppressed news stories of interest to conservative readers from the social network’s influential ‘trending’ news section, according to a former journalist who worked on the project.”

    In an educated society, that information should be of interest to all readers, not just conservatives. Nevertheless, this suppression is no revelation to those of us who write from the right side of the ledger. I have never seen my work or those of my colleagues in the “trending” section of Facebook, although our bylines appear frequently on RealClearPolitics (usually juxtaposed with a liberal on the same issue) and even on Yahoo’s homepage. Facebook is exclusionary to the extent it even censors conservatives of the greatest popularity like Matt Drudge.

    This is especially disturbing because Facebook feigns objectivity, yet it is no more objective than its owner Mark Zuckerberg, a progressive plutocrat whose views often make Bernie Sanders sound like Bob Dole. Drudge never feigned such objectivity. Anyone with the slightest interest knows he leans right with a libertarian tinge. Zuckerberg, who has more extensive online domination and aspires to still more, pretends to be merely an aggregator, when he is no such thing. He’s a moral narcissist of extreme bias and a leading progenitor of a kind of burgeoning digital totalitarianism of self-regard, a new American Silicon Valley version of a Soviet nomenklatura. Whether the young editors of his “trending” section were working under his express orders (Facebook denies the charge) when they censored conservative writers is immaterial. They knew what they were supposed to do, where their bread, as the saying goes, was buttered.

    Facebook is truly misleading to our youth in general and dangerous to our body politic in a manner hardly anticipated by our Founders. Its dominance engenders a kind of covert digital sabotage of the First Amendment. If it’s not there, it never happened. Outside their personal news feeds, conservatives on Facebook resemble the famous trees that grow in the wilderness but are never seen. Did they or their ideas ever exist? Many of our young people, who are never exposed to such thoughts in school, will never know.

    But what does exist on Facebook on a personal level is considerably more destructive, for those same young especially. Particularly for young high school girls, but others as well, having one’s private life, often radically misrepresented, recorded permanently online on someone’s Facebook page represents an intrusion with more unfair and unfortunate lifetime ramifications than anything the NSA has done. We can only guess the truth about someone when their name comes up on a Google search. What a way for kids to start out in life. What a way for anyone. (I’m not including us online writers here — we made our digital beds and have to live with the brickbats.)

    Fortunately, I’m informed many young people are on to the consequences of leaving a cyber trail of their lives or those of their friends for all to see until they’re ninety. They’re beginning to realize Zuckerberg hasn’t done them any favors with his undergraduate invention and are starting to abjure Facebook and similar sites. Let’s hope the trend continues and that they get their news elsewhere too. Facebook is double trouble.

  23. Lyin’ Ted:

    Cruz floats restarting campaign if he wins Nebraska primary

    Ted Cruz on Tuesday floated the possibility of restarting his presidential campaign if he wins Nebraska’s GOP primary, as he avoided saying whether he supports Donald Trump’s bid for president.

    Cruz, who ended his White House run last week, said he does not expect to win Nebraska’s primary Tuesday night, but he’s leaving the door open.

    “We launched this campaign intending to win. The reason we suspended our campaign was that with the Indiana loss, I felt there was no path to victory,” he said Tuesday on Glenn Beck’s radio program.

    “If that changes, we will certainly respond accordingly.”

    Cruz demurred on supporting Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee. He argued that there are still months to go before the party’s convention and the ultimate general election.

    “This is a choice every voter is going to have to make. I would note, its not a choice we as a voters have to make today,” Cruz said when asked about supporting Trump.

    Crus also brushed aside the prospects of a convention fight or third-party presidential bid.

    Cruz and allies told supporters on a Monday night conference call that they would not try to block Trump’s nomination, but were instead focused on influencing the party’s platform and rules, according to Politico.

    Few can match Lyin’ Ted Cruz in his ability to pack so many lies into a sentence/paragraph.

  24. Liddle Marco:

    CNN–Marco Rubio said Monday he has no inter­est in serving as Donald Trump’s running mate, adding he still isn’t sold on the reality star-turned –presump­tive Repub­li­can nominee.

    “While Repub­li­can voters have chosen Donald Trump as the presump­tive GOP nominee, my previ­ously stated reser­va­tions about his campaign and concerns with many of his policies remain unchanged,” Rubio, who will appear Tuesday on CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” said in a state­ment. “He will be best served by a running mate and by surro­gates who fully embrace his campaign. As such, I have never sought, will not seek and do not want to be consid­ered for Vice Presi­dent.”

    Donald J. Trump:

  25. Cute and dumb Paul Ryan:

    Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) told a local radio station on Monday that he’s not worried about Sarah Palin’s endorsement of his primary challenger.

    Ryan said he’s focused on his constituents and unifying the Republican Party, knocking the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee as “an outside agitator.

    Don’t poke the Mama Grizzly!

  26. admin
    May 10, 2016 at 12:21 pm
    Lyin’ Ted:
    I guess Ted will have to ask his donors to get their money back from Hillary, since the earlier post indicated they are now backing her.

  27. way, way, way OT…

    is anyone here watching Bates Motel…this is season 4 and it has finally gotten to the part where I am actually afraid to watch the episodes because i know what is coming…

    Freddie Highmore, as Norman, absolutely deserves an Emmy for the sum of all of his performances…and
    Vera Farmiga as Norma is outstanding…

  28. OT for anyone interested…

    (CNN)Atomic oxygen has been detected in the atmosphere of Mars, according to NASA.

    The atoms were discovered in the Martian mesosphere, the upper layers of the red planet’s atmosphere. This discovery will enable researchers to have a better understanding of the elusive Martian atmosphere.

  29. The financing traditionally comes from the RNC/DNC…see know the RNC is giving him the backhand…let’s see how this plays out.
    At least a large part with the nominee raising funds for down ticket also.
    I don’t think many Trump supporters trust the RNC to donate directly to them, I sure dont.
    I did buy 3 red hats from him and am willing to give more, but I don’t trust them.

  30. 1.5 billion is a bit much to self to self fund. We will need to see how this all plays out.
    I’m sure he doesn’t have 1.5 billion cash, his money is in his holdings.
    He is the first, to my knowledge, in modern times to self fund his nominee run.
    Politics have made it impossible for anyone of not insane wealth to run for anything, even dog catcher it seems.
    I really don’t think he understood the expense of running a Presidential election, he’s been very smart up to thus point and used the media to his advantage. He has to raise such an obscene amount to counteract Hillary and her globalist billionaires funding non stop attack ads.

  31. Voting closes in West Virginia in about two minutes. Then comes Nebraska. Trump is say ahead in WV. Ted Cruz got early votes so Nebraska might be closer than expected. Trump will win both. Hillary will probably lose both states.

  32. Nebraska polls close at 9:30 ET. Cruz was favored to win Nebraska before he pulled out. Because of early voting Cruz might do well if few voters come out to vote.

    We’ll be watching the voting numbers tonight because in both states Trump has this past week been favored to win. If people still come out to vote that will be another sign of enthusiasm for Trump.

    For Hillary2016 tonight will be a disaster. The Hillary2016 disaster will not be because she might lose both states and the states yet to vote. For Hillary2016 the disaster is that her statement on getting rid of coal mines and coal miners will be THE campaign ad of this cycle. The danger of that anti-coal miner statement is that it can be used in any district with unemployment as a problem, not just in coal country.

  33. I am a little worried about Nebraska Admin. Cruz had to be told something to make such a ridiculous statement.
    The man who choose a VP despite not being a nominee..
    The same man who let his VP fall on the stage and did nothing to help her.
    The same man who elbowed his wife in the head as she tried to hug him..
    The same man who thinks he is the Second Coming of Christ…

  34. Trump fading in West Virginia. With 5% of the vote in, Trump is only at 69%. Big winner? John Kasich at 12.1% to Cruz at 12.8%. The mailman’s son might beat Cruz!!!

    It’s over for Trump!!!!!

    With 5% of the vote in Hillary at 45.8%, Sanders at 45%.

  35. gonzotx
    May 10, 2016 at 6:36 pm

    1.5 billion is a bit much to self to self fund. We will need to see how this all plays out.
    I’m sure he doesn’t have 1.5 billion cash, his money is in his holdings.

    The money is not obtained as cash, but as a loan. That is why the Banksters have ZIRP. He is taking out loans to pay for his campaign.

  36. JbStonesFan, Cruz is very creepy. Cruz reminds us of two cartoon characters. Cruz is either the weasel from Roger Rabbit or Gru from Despicable Me (although Gru eventually turns into a sweet guy while Cruz remains creepy).

    The weasel (white hat, pink sash):


  37. I am ashamed to admit early on I thought he was alright..seemed articulate and at least for me was strong on the Israeli issue, but I think Trump will have Israel’s back.

  38. Cash or loans..Lu
    Either way 1.5 billion is a ridiculous amount to have to raise and we can blame the globalist super pacs for this.

  39. Trump’s not an island. He has lots of wealthy connections as well, and is of course the ultimate deal maker. I think the money will appear as he continues to roll. Hell, he may already have it and isn’t showing his hand just yet.

  40. Clinton lost both WV and NE..
    That can’t be good.

    It’s remarkably similar to 08 where Obama had a smaller delegate lead and Hillary was finishing strong, but could not catch up. Sanders people seem unlikely to concede.

  41. But jb, to hear Hillary, why she knew she was done,, she was behind “60” delegates!

    Disgusting. ..

  42. GonzoTx, it’s over for Trump!!! Trump can’t break the 80% ceiling!!! It’s over for Trump!!!

  43. Because Trump is a superb negotiator, and because he owns casinos where gambling is rumored to occur, I am quite sure he is familiar with the time honored strategm of getting your opponent to show his hand first. Ryan requested the meeting, and Trump made sure the world knew that. When you request a meeting, the burden of proof and the burden of going forward rests on your shoulders. And if you do not carry that burden, or if you offer too little, then you are likely to be dismissed as wasting the other party’s time. Ryan will give Trump water mellon talk about the dignity of the party, the legacy of Lincoln, etc. And he will offer to resign as convention chairman, thinking that this would place Trump on the horns of a dilemma. In addition, Ryan believes he speaks for the establishment, so he may tender a veiled threat. After listening to that bullshit, Trump should ask him whether he can support the nominee as he previously committed. And what parts of Trump’s agenda will he not support. He should make no immediate decision on whether he to retain him as chairman. If Ryan has future presidential ambitions, then the loss of the chairmanship is a big chip for Trump to play. If it were me, I would move heaven and earth to get rid of Ryan. He is untrustworthy and serves a false god, i.e. globalism.

  44. Not to be a downer, but demographically there really is no stopping the movement Sanders has tapped into. Even if Trump wins, the demographics are what they are and these young people and others will be in control .

  45. Well jb, in WV they did a post election exit interview and 40% of Bernie voters said if Hillary was the nominee, they would vote for Trump….
    Yes, it was WV…but I think some are getting it.

  46. Interesting… in Nebraska even Ted Cruz has more votes than Hillary or Sanders. Trump has nearly as many vote as ALL the others combined

  47. We are getting older…at some point the young will be served, my hope is that they will get smarter and realize life is not free and this great Republic will need hard work and sacrifices to exist.

  48. Again… in Nebraska, Trump got 5 times as many votes as Hillary. Thats with only 55% of Repub votes in and 99% of Dem votes.

  49. If there was any doubt that Cruz campaign is over. straight from the horses mouth

    “On the call, Heidi Cruz also elaborated on her husband’s decision to end his campaign, which came after his devastating loss to Donald Trump last week in the Indiana primary. Trump’s victory in the Hoosier State set him on the path to become the presumptive nominee.

    “I want to assure all of you that this was not a race we gave up,” Heidi Cruz said. “This was a race that no longer had a viable path to victory, and it would’ve been very demoralizing for you all and the troops to go through nine states of losses. We left on a high note. We left when there was no possible way that we were going to win.”

  50. The Onion, has a bit of fun with Lyin’ Ryan:

    Donald Trump Rift Not What Paul Ryan Needed In Middle Of 14-Day Cleanse

    WASHINGTON—Saying he was already dealing with low energy and persistent hunger pangs, House Speaker Paul Ryan told reporters Tuesday his rift with Donald Trump was not at all what he needed right in the middle of a 14-day cleanse. “I’m on day eight of a strict liquid-only regimen, and a feud with my own party’s presumptive presidential nominee is the last thing I could use right now,” said the Wisconsin Republican, who after only consuming water mixed with lemon juice, maple syrup, and cayenne pepper for a week no longer had the mental or physical capacity to try to reach a compromise that would unify his splintering party. “This whole thing was supposed to make me more calm and centered, but now I’ve got to take meetings with everyone in Trump’s camp and come up with a plan to bring all sides together before the general election campaign gets into full swing, all while my blood sugar’s crashing.” At press time, Ryan had reportedly become so aggravated by Trump’s latest statements on tax policy that he needed to blow off steam with an emergency 45-minute Bowflex session.

  51. More good news from New York, especially after the Sheldon Silver (D) and Dean Skelos (R) jailings:

    The continuing blizzard of subpoenas demonstrates that New York’s twin corruption scandals are no mere spring fling. Investigations are expanding in the offices of both Mayor de Blasio and Gov. Cuomo and could make for a very hot summer.

    Coming after numerous lawmakers were convicted in separate cases, the probes paint the era as one of the most corrupt in history. How’s this for a slogan: More crooked than Tammany!

    Things are so bad that Mayor de Blasio is using Al Sharpton as a character witness. The mayor made a visit to Sharpton’s headquarters and again painted himself a do-gooder caught up in a witch hunt. “The voices of the status quo find many, many ways to undermine progress,” he claimed.

    Sharpton echoed the “woe is us” tone, calling de Blasio a man of “integrity.” He should have found a word with less baggage.

    Recall that the mayor had called Sheldon Silver a “man of integrity” when Silver was charged in the federal case that saw the former Assembly speaker sentenced to 12 years in prison and hit with nearly $7 million in fines and restitution. And this Thursday, another alleged man of integrity, former GOP state senate leader Dean Skelos, gets sentenced for his thievery.

    Silver and Skelos are Cuomo’s former amigos from three-men-in-a-room infamy, and now the governor himself could be under the feds’ microscope again. Prosecutors want records showing whether six current and former members of his inner circle did anything to “benefit” 20 different companies that got state business.

    Cuomo and de Blasio are sworn enemies, and each is no doubt happy to see the other in a jam. For now, both would be wise to hold the laughter.

  52. Show me a young Conservative and I’ll show you someone with no heart. Show me an old Liberal and I’ll show you someone with no brains. – Winston Churchill

  53. Whoa. OMG. I had forgotten about this, and I’m not sure I knew all the details. I’ve learned that when you support someone, sometimes you overlook or rationalize certain things, so since I supported Hillary, maybe that’s what I did. Anyway, seeing it presented in a video – and I think this one is very effective – is so much stronger than just reading about it.

    As a matter of fact, I think this video is really devastating. And not even in the context of Hillary running as the one who will be for women. That someone would so twist things just to win a case. I know some lawyers can use sleazy means, but what happened in this case was awful, making up those lies about this already horribly traumatized kid.

  54. jb – maybe we need a new slogan. Something like, show me someone who doesn’t understand the uniparty and believes their chosen media, and I’ll show you a fool who is being led around by their nose… 🙂

  55. Not to be a downer, but demographically there really is no stopping the movement Sanders has tapped into. Even if Trump wins, the demographics are what they are and these young people and others will be in control.
    Well, perhaps, in the fulsomeness of time.

    But at the convention, they will not be in control.

    Therefore, the pertinent question is how will they deal with it?

    More specifically, will they vote for Hillary after her superdelegates do their dirty work?

    Will they accept a Fakeahawness vp as a substitute?

    Or will they retreat from politics and get a day job?

    Or will they see Trump as the answer.

    I wish I could believe they will.

    Unfortunately the need for a change agent like Trump

    One who understands the problem and will fix it

    Is something that 65 cannot tell 20.

    We are two generations apart, with a different culture and a different time horizon.

    We know that totalitarianism is the road to serfdom, as opposed to salvation.

    They on the other hand are innocents, and like all innocents clueless on such matters.

  56. The Meme of the Day is Trump the Authoritarian. It is everywhere inserted into news stories, opinion, and general bitching by assholes like Brad Thor. Be on the lookout. How Turd Blossom et al came up with this one is more “splatter”. Getting something to stick is much more difficult with Trump. Globalism and TPP isn’t authoritarian nor is Obama just pulling “new rules” out of his ass but rule of law and minding your own business in foreign affairs is now “authoritarian”. And “freedom!” although they don’t say from what.

  57. Yes, more Chinese torture on the Donald: NBCNewYork has issued something ( FOIA ? )to stir BridgeGate up again. A Donald FCC really should pull this group’s license. So much damage to conservatives over many years. Even Donald personally many times since his announcement. But as admin pointed out, that Progressive area is experiencing legal difficulties.
    Of note:

    “Dr. Ben Carson has walked away from the committee searching for Donald Trump‘s running mate.
    According to his business manager, Armstrong Williams, the famed neurosurgeon is now being tasked with preparations for Trump’s meeting with House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday”

    Wasn’t Armstrong questionable not so long ago?

  58. jbstonesfan

    May 10, 2016 at 10:25 pm

    Not to be a downer, but demographically there really is no stopping the movement Sanders has tapped into. Even if Trump wins, the demographics are what they are and these young people and others will be in control

    That’s why they need jobs. They’ll feel differently when they see their paycheck eaten up to pay for all this free shit.

  59. When Ryan says I represent the party of Lincoln, traditional Republican voters, and you need to seek unity on my terms or you will never receive the support you need from the party to win the general election, Trump will respond thusly:

    Paul, lay down your self flattering unction.

    First of all, lets put aside the rhetoric and talk for a moment about who each of us represents: I represent a supermajority of Republican voters, plus many independents and democrats. You on the other hand represent a bare majority of voters in a single congressional district, plus the fat cats in Washington. So don’t try to bullshit a bullshitter okay?

    Second, I want unity with the people you represent—but not at the expense of my agenda. You and your people are just fine with open borders illegals stealing our jobs, 95 million Americans out of work, the rise of ISIS and Hillary as president. The people I represent think you are running a kleptocracy with is sinking their future. So wrap your mind around that.

    Third, we have different time horizons. Mine are the next four years which I intend to use to save this nation. The secret deal you made with Obama makes that an infinitely harder task. You have two deadlines: one is November, when you are likely to lose you seat. The other is 2020, when you hope to run for president, by opposing me.

    Fourth, the people you represent have been rejected by voters en masse. If I did not exist they would invent someone else, probably less acceptable your plutocrats than I will be. If you want a clue, look at Bernie. No its not a question of me uniting around the failing agenda you represent. It is about saving yourself by uniting around the agenda of the people.

    If you cannot support the agenda of the American People with respect to open borders, defending the nation, jobs, modifying toxic trade agreements, then you are part of the past, not the future. I should not have to fire you as committee chairman. You should simply resign.

  60. Oh yes. You are the Speaker. But you have held that job for only six months. In political terms we call that a honeymoon. And in professional terms it makes you a rookie in the task of leadership. So once again Paul, lay down thy flattering unction.

  61. Correction: it make you an APPRENTICE in the task of party leadership. A policy wonk, yes. A seasoned leader–no fucking way.

  62. foxyladi14
    May 11, 2016 at 11:39 am
    That is a rookie mistake.

    It smack of an ultimatum by innuendo.

    The timing is terrible–the day after Trump one two more landslides.

    It begs to be called.

    It changes the context of the meeting.

    This is about policy.

    Trump will pin him down with specificity on what policies Ryan is defending.

    Then put him on the defensive politically over those issues.

    While pointing out that he is an apprentice.

    Trust me.

    This guy Ryan cannot be salvaged.

    Trump has the hammer and he needs to use it.

    Ryan belongs on K Street, not congress.

  63. I like this comment. 🙂

    Oregon Primary: 6 Days
    Washington Primary: 13 Days
    California/New Jersey/Montana/South Dakota/New Mexico Primaries: 27 Days
    Republican National Convention: 68 Days
    General Election: 181 Days
    Inauguration Day: 254 Days

  64. wbboei
    May 11, 2016 at 11:49 am

    This is about policy.

    Trump will pin him down with specificity on what policies Ryan is defending.

    It is 100% about the wants and needs of Ryan’s paymasters. He thinks this is a power move. LOL. Slithering snake. But Trump should treat him as the servant messenger. If I was Trump I wouldn’t go but send my messenger instead. Paul Manafort. Message: We work and come up with policy after the November election and we know just how bad you f’ed up on the budgets Ryan. With whomever is Speaker then. Capisce.

  65. Lol blow, they definitely need jobs, it’s a reality check to see the amount the government takes.

  66. Ryan picked a bad day to play with Trump. Trump zoomed up to average 61% on May 8 with five day rolling of low 51% and high 70% (which was the May 8 number for Republicans. The new Republican ceiling is 70%. Reuters/Ipsos is trying to bury the numbers and I had to manipulate the filters to come up with a date later than May 3. Cruz has coasted to nowheres-ville at looks like 11%.

  67. real clear politics admits to Donald having 1135 delegates

    …Donald is 102 bound delegates away from his official takeover of the New Republican Party…

    …cannot come soon enough…


    I do feel sorry for Hillary…and what could have been…she is being boxed into a failing far left corner…no one will believe her and she will alienate so many others if she tries to “pivot” to the center after all of this back and forth with Bernie…

    she tied herself to O and now she is stuck with the consequences…

    and sadly she looks so weak…and out of touch…all she talks about is her “vision”

    all about her…that encounter with the coal miners said volumes…she got caught saying something that O has said over and over again about putting the coal miners out of business…Hillary was too cute by half echoing O…and it backfired in a big way…true colors exposed

  68. Her problems are self-inflicted and would not have occurred had she listened to Admin’s advice two years ago. Trump probably would not have decided to run had she done all that.

  69. Mormaer
    May 11, 2016 at 12:08 pm

    Ryan’s press conference is stupid.

    Why grandstand before an important meeting when you don’t have the leverage.

    It is a little bit like being defeated on the battlefield

    Suing for peace

    And then demanding unconditional surrender from the army that just defeated you.

    What it signals to me is the establishment intends to engage in guerilla warfare.

    It is the kind of “stupid shit” which I thought only Obama was capable of.

  70. So Ryan had his press conference.

    And there was something in it for everyone.

    For big media it was a god sent opportunity to ignore the civil war in their political party, to deliver yet another premature obituary, and to join hand and sing ring around the rosy our party wins we get to keep our jobs and we can buy that third home we have been talking about.

    For Ryan it was an opportunity to that he belongs in the Youngstown hall of fame even though he has struck out every time he goes to bat. Yet here he is posing for a photo op with the bambino who just hit sixty home runs, claiming that he, not Trump, is the true sultan of swat. More like the sultan of spit and other body fluids.

    For Trump it gives him the opening to say: Paul, I think we can agree in principle that we represent two different wings of the party. I represent the people and you, you little Eddie Munster look alike cocksucker–you represent the crony capitalist and the neocons, who engineered a prior hostile take over of what was once, and will soon be again the party of the people.

  71. The bastards are setting this up to somehow nominate Ryan at the convention, I don’t know how, but this constant media interviews naming himself as leader as the “other half of the Republican party smells…
    Now I didn’t know there were that many globalists, billionaire’s, elites to make up “half” of the party…
    Ryan must be beaten!

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