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Monday, May 2, 2016

Important Reminder

One of my Facebook finds:


Not that our so-called elected public servants pay a bit of attention to our reminders. They think of us as the peasants beyond the moat, peasants to be managed — as does "the establishment" of both political parties.

Is there any way that WE THE PEOPLE can take back the power that we've ceded via ignorance, misplaced trust, and political apathy?


[Note: this blog post can be used to discuss the results of the Indiana primary held on May 3, 2016. Health considerations have slowed down my blogging schedule.]

110 comments:

  1. I thought Larry Wilmore was awesome last night. He made a lot of people in power uncomfortable and was hilarious.
    Screw PC, he was great.

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    1. He made some great jokes but to tout a Black president like he did then drop that word at the end?, like reminding us all of the 'evil past?'...might as well have been Eric Holder!!
      Actually, Obama was the great comedian Saturday night...his timing is impeccable and some of the lines were terrific! I have to admit.

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  2. Yes and let's include POTUS, as well!

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  3. Is there any way that WE THE PEOPLE can take back the power that we've ceded via ignorance, misplaced trust, and political apathy?

    Nope. The die is cast. We can't even break the two-party duopoly.....how can we expect the political class to come down out of the ivory tower?

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  4. I wish white people were as offended by police brutality and mass incarceration as they are by black people using the N-word.

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    1. N. Emma Bagge said

      I wish YOU would take a long walk off a short pier.

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    2. Oh, wait...White People aren't offended by police brutality and mass incarceration? WHICH ONES? I'm NEVER offended by a Black person using the N-Word...they do it in fun or their own anger, and that's fine. I'm highly offended when anybody but a Black person uses it, particularly when he's just touted a black presidency, then drops that ridiculous word again? As if negating any progress? Sadly, Obama's administration pretty much negated any racial progress we'd made, starting with the Professor in Harvard, through Eric Holder's racism, etc etc...THAT is sad.

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  5. I wish Libtards were as concerned by the abhorrent behavior of those who are incarcerated as they seem to be with those adversely impacted by it!

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    1. THAT"s what I meant to say above...you put it well, JB!!

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  6. Kate Quigley, sister of Benghazi victim Glen Doherty, was shocked when Bill Clinton said he was amazed what his wife was “put through” when she had to answer hours of questions from the Benghazi Select Committee. “The insensitivity of that comment is shocking,” Quigley said on Fox News’ “The Kelly File.” “But clearly misguided sympathy runs in the family.”

    Most people have forgotten that Bill Clinton was disbarred because he lied under oath in front of a grand jury, while serving as President of the US.

    Now that appalling individual is “grandstanding” on the fact that Hillary was questioned for 11 hours by a Congressional Hearing, when she deserves much more profound questioning including her now proven, obvious lies about her use of a private, and very much unsecured, mail server.

    I must admit that seeing “Slimy Bill” and his comments on how Hillary “would be the only American capable of withstanding this kind of questioning” makes me remember how Bill destroyed the image of the office of the president by his awful behavior with Monica Lewinsky and apparently a host of other women during his time in the White House.

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  7. After a rough week, Sen. Bernie Sanders told his supporters he isn't going anywhere. He's counting on a contested convention.

    "Let me be very clear. It is virtually impossible for Secretary Clinton to reach the majority of convention delegates by June 14 with pledged delegates alone. In other words, the convention will be a contested contest," Sanders said at a press conference.

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  8. Awaiting the rally. This link is the best thus far. It shows Trump's itinerary, ticket purchase to events, etc.

    http://trumptube.tv/donald-trump-rally-speech-video/video/mon-4pm-et-trump-live-rally-video-carmel-indiana/

    trumptube.tv is less "busy" than sites such as Conservative Treehouse, which also live stream the rallies.

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  9. Addendum:

    Disagree with Constitutional Insurgent. A Trump presidency will place us on the right track with an opportunity to incrementally right the ship of state.

    Notice Trump says as of late (regarding the topic he is discussing), "This is going to happen a lot quicker than you think it can." I believe him.

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    1. You're getting a Leftist either way. Hope our ship has life rafts. I used to prep to be ready for the Left to destroy the nation. Now I prep against both parties.

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    2. There is no reason to believe (other than blind faith) that Trump will do anything to correct the aberrations of our government.
      He may build a wall, deport some people, but he may very well do those things extra-legally ala executive order.

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  10. You really want to upset the applecart? Can you imagine a Trump/Sanders ticket??? Talk about blowing up BOTH sets of 'elites' that think they control the government... Snicker...

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  11. I think that having a Trump presidency will surprise people in a good way. He wants to make AMERICA great again, not to bow and scrape to the Chinese or anyone else. We need a period of nationalism to rebuild the place that the liberals damaged.

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  12. Not a proud progressiveMay 2, 2016 at 6:34:00 PM EDT

    Trump is the only man who truly cares about our freedom, products, services, military personnel, law enforcement, citizens and our children's future. And so much more! Vote For Mr.Trump on Tuesday Indiana! Show your love and support for the Donald. Go Trump.

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    1. Now that, sir, is a bold faced lie.
      There is much evidence that Cruz has all those same concerns, and has actually, unlike Trump, acted upon those concerns.

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    2. Ask Trump about the veterans that he tried to evict outside of his Manhattan properties, who had NYC permits to sell goods.. He gives a shit about veterans except as props.

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    3. Or the "$6 million" he collected for vets and never released.

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    4. According to The Hill (March 3, 2016):

      Donald Trump has donated less than half of the $6 million he rasied for military veterans late last January, a new report says.

      About $3 million has made its way to 24 charities the GOP presidential front-runner picked as beneficiaries, according to The Washington Post....


      And According to The Daily Beast on April 22:

      Trump campaign’s adviser for veterans issues can’t account for $6 million raised for veterans charities by the billionaire—and from the sounds of it, couldn’t care less.

      “I could ask, but it’s not high on my priority list,” Al Baldasaro, a New Hampshire state representative, told The Daily Beast....


      Disturbing information that should matter.

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    5. In other words, he donated about the same percentage as Wounded Warriors .

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    6. AOW, that really SHOULD matter, you are SO RIGHT. Brother, I watch ALL cable shows and haven't heard this once.

      Ducky, Wounded Warriors, I happen to know, have helped a LOT of vets...the rumors are bad; probably worthy of the bad press, and they have a new director, probably in response to the naysayers.

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    7. For all their faults, WWP has helped more veterans than Trump has even lied about meeting.

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    8. That may be, z, but the statement remains.

      Trump gave away a similar percentage of the donations.

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  13. Mark Levin Defends Ted Cruz: "Count Me As Never Trump"


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    Mark Levin Defends Ted Cruz: "Count Me As Never Trump"
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    Posted on April 9, 2016

    Mark Levin reverses course on the #NeverTrump faction of the Republican party days after he castigated the group as asinine frauds who are not real conservatives.


    He even mentions the attacks on Michelle Fields. Michelle Fields is credible? Hardly.

    If Levin supports Cruz, that's fine. We all have decisions to make. But for Levin not to see through Michelle Fields is stunning.

    What an election cycle!

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    1. My post tomorrow mentions how I was listening to Levin yesterday, tho I don't usually, and he mentioned how FOX IS IN THE TANK FOR TRUMP, which made me laugh out loud. GAD, show me where THAT happens..!! :-)
      AND he quoted one of the women on OUTNUMBERED, but only quoted her enough to sound like she was praising Trump, and since I'd heard that statement LIVE, I knew Levin cut off her slam of Trump at the end of that thought.
      That's bad.

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    2. Speaking of Mark Levin, have you seen my post today at Infidel Bloggers Alliance? See Mark Levin Doesn't See Through Michelle Fields?

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    3. I'm hearing a lot of Conservatives saying "I can't vote for Trump"...even more than said that about Romney; FAR more.
      They didn't learn the lesson; anything is better than a liberal Democrat.
      So, we're going to ALL pay.... because all we have now is HOPE with Trump; we have to HOPE he's the guy his acquaintances say he is and not the nasty blowhard he comes off as.
      When he hired Manafort, that was an even worse sign; lets hope he can do FAR FAR better than that sleazebag.

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    4. "Set your principles aside and vote for Romney anyway."

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    5. So, we're going to ALL pay.... because all we have now is HOPE with Trump...

      Ironic isn't it....that the Trump campaign is distilled as 'Hope and Change'? Sadly, we deserve Trump.

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    6. I'm not so sure how all this is going to shake out.

      Just when I thinks that I have a good read on politics, surprises -- good and bad -- pop up all over the place.

      It's a long way till the next administration takes the reins.

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    7. You broke it, you bought it. I will not entertain the intellectual vacuousness of the common-core trumpeter logic because I find both 'choices' morally reprehensible. I get no satisfaction that so many of you will quickly be experiencing buyer's remorse.

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    8. DaBlade,
      I look at it this way. Had the establishment GOP had their way, Jeb would be the candidate. In my view, Jeb is "Hillary lite."

      Look. I was a Ted Cruz supporter.

      But the establishment GOP was determined that he would not be the nominee, and Ted Cruz has never been able to garner enough widespread vote to come to a convention with a win on the first ballot. I've also never believed that Cruz could win the general election -- particularly against Hillary.

      Will Trump supporters quickly be experiencing buyer's remorse? Maybe.

      But so many of us have suffered buyers' remorse so many times in the past when "our man" won.

      Bottom line: there is no perfect candidate. Never has been, really.

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    9. I'm not really sure how Cruz became the 'establishment candidate'.

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    10. CI,
      Cruz was the establishment's last-gasp pivot. Until quite recently, the mouthpieces for the establishment GOP were dead set against Cruz.

      Jeb Bush to Marco Rubio to John Kasich and finally to Ted Cruz.

      I've been reading the GOP establishment's mouthpieces' columnists for months. Neocons all.

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    11. I get that, it just seems odd that the label is used like an empty vessel. Cruz was never really an establishment candidate.....until the GOP needed a them to be pitted against the us.

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    12. "Set your principles aside and vote for Romney anyway."

      Beamish:
      Exactly right...my country comes first and Hillary will be worse than Trump for this country. Has to be...it's all she's ever done.

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    13. On any other day I might agree with you Z, but I get a headache trying to imagine some way Hillary Clinton would be worse than Trump.

      In a year, we're going to wish Obama was still President.

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    14. Beamish,
      I'm going to do the wait-and-see thing. Politics is filled with chameleons.

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  14. This morning at Politico...

    Poll: Trump up to 56 percent nationally.

    For better or for worse, those numbers seem to be the trend.

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    1. Get out of the way, Trumpophobes, or you will get trumpled!

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  15. "I mean, his father was with Lee Harvey Oswald, prior to Oswald being shot," Trump told Fox & Friends, referring to a weeks-old "exposé" from the National Enquirer that identified a Cuban-looking man handing out pro-Castro flyers with Oswald in August 1963 as Rafael Cruz. "And nobody even brings it up!"
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    Can you imagine what the general is going to be like?

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    1. This might be THE most disgusting thing Trump's said...and he calls Cruz the LIAR?
      What we all have to realize today is that Trump will say anything he likes because he's said so much outrageous stuff that nobody cares anymore; what they DO care about is what he SAID, and people HEAR and believe him. It's a very smart way to run a campaign...ugly, stupid, misleading and crude, but his numbers are going up. He's using methods right out of his books...how to get his way.
      And, of course, he's also winning because what American could vote for an avowed socialist or a true liar like "they were shooting at me!" Hillary?
      SO, he could win.
      God help us all.

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    2. Trump is not acquainted with the truth. It's easier and quicker to list his statements that aren't lies. Just another reason [along with his liberal positions] that I think there's a real chance his campaign has been a hoax all along.

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    3. Well it could be true. It has been well established the Raphael the Crazy initially supported the revolution.

      He could have bumped into Oswald.

      Hardly matters. Trump can't do more to destroy the Cruz image than Glenn Beck has done. Republican hate media sure is crazy.

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    4. And the LIAR is losing.

      You're confused. The LIAR is winning.

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    5. Well, I'm still shocked that the popular vote totals from 2012 seem to indicate that people outside Romney's immediate family voted for him.

      My dirty socks would beat Hillary in a landslide. Unfortunately she'll be facing Donald Trump instead.

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    6. Z,
      When he hired Manafort, that was an even worse sign; lets hope he can do FAR FAR better than that sleazebag.

      "Shadow government" guys (aka advisers) and their affiliates are almost always sleazy. And powerful. So I read several years back in Robert Novak's The Prince of Darkness: 50 Years Reporting in Washington.

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    7. Beamish,
      My dirty socks would beat Hillary in a landslide. Unfortunately she'll be facing Donald Trump instead.

      Not so sure about that.

      A few months ago, I bet a dinner with a friend that Donald Trump would not be the nominee.

      She raised me: "I'll go you one better. I bet that he'll win the election."

      At the time I made the bet, I was SURE that Trump would never become POTUS. But now I'm not so sure.

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    8. AOW,

      Right here is a good time to begin acclimating yourself with a repeating loop recording of Hillary's cackle.

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  16. Well looks like Trump in Indiana by 50%+. It's over.

    AOW my guest spot this week on the Gathering Storm still on?

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    1. It is over.....for the GOP. How does an actual Conservative vote, with the choice of two Leftist authoritarians? Will historians mark this season along side the demise of the Whigs?

      Sadly, Hillary looks to be the more coherent leader between the two. Not that I'll be voting for her, mind you.

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    2. Duck,
      Yes, we're still on for The Gathering Storm on Friday. I will post an announcement here at this blog later this week.

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  17. Congrats to Mr. Trump. Who won big time tonight.

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    1. Cruz just dropped out. It is truly over.

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    2. The first sentence of yours with which I agreed.

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    1. Trump/Tyson. There's your ticket. A NY liberal and convicted rapist. "Hey, anything is better than Hillary"... right? *sheesh*

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  19. I understand junior libtards are being taught by senior libtards that politicians are their 'leaders' and 'authority figures'.

    George Orwell was no dummy.

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  20. LOL:

    Tropical Storm Trump now a full blown hurricane though still a long way out in the Atlantic. Meanwhile Hurricane Hillary downgraded to Cat 1 after stalling over Cuba.

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  21. "Leftist authoritarian"? I guess that is the signal sent against a man who is not politically correct and speaks in homespun manner to We the People.

    AOW, I may be out a flight to the D.C. area, but you will be out a dinner. I will pick up the bar tab. smile

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    1. Prince,
      If dinner is involving drinks, we'll need to take a cab. The restaurant is nearby -- as you know.

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    2. If pathological lying and petulant immaturity is now "PC" or "homespun"....sure. Trump shows what he really thinks about 'We the People'...by lying to them.

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    3. CI,
      Is Trump lying? Could be. Anybody in politics always could be lying.

      I'm skeptical about supporting any candidate. Always have been, but became more so after GWB, whom I supported in 2004.

      I voted for GWB in 2000, but only because he said he didn't favor nation building whereas Al Gore stated the he was. But I didn't really support GWB in 2000.

      Prior to 2004, the only previous candidate whom I supported with enthusiasm was Reagan in 1984. I voted for Reagan in 1980, but not very enthusiastically.

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    4. Since the pundits have been so wrong about Trump, so far, who's to say that [he] can't beat Shrillary? Shrillary, who's entire record proves, unequivocally, that [she] is the most unfit person (with the possible exception of the incumbent)to ever hold the office of POTUS. My question is: Will the path of self-destruction, fostered by the Left, continue or will we seek to reverse the suicidal trend, exacerbated in the past >7 years and beginning long before?

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    5. Is Trump lying?

      That's actually in question for you? I'm not sure he knows how to tell the truth....if it doesn't paint him in a good light.

      I absolutely get the reaction against the 'establishment'...but it's been the voters who have put those folks in office every single time. To now fervently support [I understand the tepid party allegiance] an irrational, whiny, tantrum candidate....is throwing away any shred of reason.

      Trump citing the top three functions of the federal government: "security, education, and healthcare, and housing, providing great neighborhoods”.

      Given that Trump is no Conservative, I'd take the establishment.

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    6. I'm a "conservatives keep their word" sort of voter. Which means I'll be voting against Trump and any other candidate that shares his party affiliation.

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    7. So, Shrillary can count on you?

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    8. Hopefully, Gary Johnson can count on him.

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    9. I've voted for Gary Johnson before and can do it again.

      Unless the Trump vs. Clinton race is close, and Hillary needs my help.

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    10. I want the establishment wing of the GOP gone. They're globalists.

      In other words, I'm repudiating neoconservatism.

      The GOP stopped being the Party of Reagan with the election of George H.W. Bush -- and hasn't put up a true conservative as the candidate for how long?

      For the record, I'm known to vote 3rd party. But every time the result was the election of a Democrat.

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    11. "3rd party"

      I learned my lesson long ago when out of some head-strong notion that Ross Perot had some chance, I supported him. Needless to say all I did was buttress Slick Willy's chances and ultimate election. Now, we are threatened with a disastrous legacy which began back then. Needless to say supporting a 3rd party candidate who has no chance, whatsoever, is nothing more than a complete exercise in futility or worse!

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    12. Jon,
      Since the pundits have been so wrong about Trump, so far, who's to say that [he] can't beat Shrillary?

      That's worth considering, IMO.

      At this point, a 3rd party candidate has zero chance of winning a national election. That is the reality -- like it or not.

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    13. Isn't voting for a candidate that isn't any better than the Democrats, just as futile? Not voting your conscience is worse than not voting at all.

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    14. @AOW,

      Yes, supporting a candidate with absolutely NO chance of winning anything is so enigmatic that it would cause, even,Sigmund Freud major perplexity!

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    15. @CI,

      "Isn't voting for a candidate that isn't any better than the Democrats, just as futile?"

      I might agree with that if it were the case.

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    16. I don't begrudge neoconservatives - basically Democrats that voted for Reagan - because the label makes me think of Jeane Kirkpatrick more than anything sinister. The label is virtually meaningless now save for trying to get chummy with fellow leftists, and I have no fellow leftists.

      This race is going exactly how Hillary Clinton wants it to go. May the best bullshitter win.

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    17. I might agree with that if it were the case.

      Unfortunately, for many of us....it is the case. Thanks GOP!

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    18. With all due respect, inasmuch as the 2nd Amendment and the Supreme Court face extreme peril and 'blue collar' workers (i.e. miners) are held in contempt (just to name a few concerns)I'll opt for the only chance we have to stop the continuation of B.O.'s wrath upon this nation.

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    19. I'd like to trust Trump on the 2A, but I simply don't. He's a liberal on many issues, and a shifty recent convert on this issue and others. I'm more worried about the effect his nomination will have on down ballot races and the GOP holding the Senate. That, in my opinion, is far more important than this circus sideshow of a POTUS election.

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    20. CI,
      Yes, the down ballot results have to be of concern.

      But this we do know: if given the opportunity, Hillary will destroy the 2nd Amendment. Trump? Can't tell yet.

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    21. Jon,
      Excellent and important points!

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    22. Beamish,
      It was the neocons in the party's management that made sure that Romney was the 2012 candidate. This time around, they were planning to manipulate the rules so that Jeb would be the candidate.

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    23. If that were the case, "they" would have "manipulated the rules" to deny Trump entry into the party.

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    24. Beamish,
      They would have, but they thought that he wouldn't get enough traction for them to worry about.

      They misjudged the anger bubbling beneath the surface they were looking at. After all, these planners are in think tanks (aka group think).

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    25. BTW, by mid-October, they were maneuvering toward Rubio because they saw that their preferred candidate -- Jeb Bush -- wasn't getting enough traction.

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    26. Hillary will destroy the 2nd Amendment.

      Agreed, she'd certainly try. Though I'm not certain his antics would withstand judicial review.

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    27. "I'd like to trust Trump on the 2A, but I simply don't." ???

      http://www.infowars.com/donald-trump-talks-gun-control-assault-weapons-gun-free-zones-self-defense/

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    28. "Democrats want to confiscate all guns, which is a dumb idea because only the law-abiding citizens would turn in their guns and the bad guys would be the only ones left armed. The Republicans walk the NRA line and refuse even limited restrictions.

      I generally oppose gun control, but I support the ban on assault weapons and I support a slightly longer waiting period to purchase a gun.


      https://theintercept.com/2016/01/27/donald-trump-in-2000-i-support-the-ban-on-assault-weapons/

      Nothing he's said prior to his recent.....and clownish.....campaign, makes me trust him on the 2A.

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    29. Where is Ducky when you need him?

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    30. CI,
      From that link you provided:

      Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has campaigned as an ardent advocate of expanding gun rights, but in the past he called for banning assault weapons and a longer waiting period for gun purchases.

      Trump’s new gun plan calls for a national right to concealed carry and criticizes “opponents of gun rights” for coming “up with scary sounding phrases like ‘assault weapons,’ ‘military-style weapons,’ and ‘high capacity magazines’ to confuse people.” He has vowed to undo President Obama’s modest gun executive orders and even called for the elimination of all “gun-free zones” at schools.

      This stands in contrast to what Trump used to advocate. In his book The America We Deserve, published in 2000, Trump took a much more moderate position, criticizing Democrats who argue for total gun confiscation but also Republicans who “walk the NRA line”....


      My own views have changed drastically since 2000 -- not about the Second Amendment but about lots of other things.

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  22. My skin crawls when I hear one of these over-privileged pups laud another of the same ilk as a 'public servant.' Our California governor has often been called that. Hah! The man has held a real job for just one year in his life. You can tell the few who actually believe they are: they withdraw from the role after a decent interval and go back to earning a living (and not a million dollar salary on K Street).

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    1. Baysider,
      Don't get me started on Jerry Brown!

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  23. AOW,

    I am not paying for a stinkin' cab. We will just lie down on the sidewalk in front of the restaurant for about an hour....

    Tammy

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    1. Tammy,
      I didn't say that YOU had to pay for the cab.

      Besides, we aren't to November yet. This isn't going to be a slam dunk. Yet, anyway.

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  24. CI,
    Let me ask you this question.

    Was there any candidate in the field of 17 GOP contenders that you could have supported for the GOP nominee?

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    1. Yep; Rand Paul. Far from perfect, but worthy of me voting outside of my party.

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    2. I liked Rand Paul a bit too. May he never become batshit senile like his pops.

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  25. Pastorius recently made this comment, and it pertains to this discussion:

    Nothing Trump has indicated he will do is anything other than what the Repubs have been claiming they would do for a very long time.

    But I think we can agree that what has gotten them so angry with Trump is:

    1) his vehement opposition to Illegal Immigration

    2) His stated opposition to Islamic immigration

    and

    3) his opposition to endless "Free Trade" to the diminution of the American worker

    Now what do those three things have in common?

    Nothing on the fade of it. One is as different from the other as the other.

    Therefore, I am left to believe they have something in common BEHIND THE SCENES,

    IN OTHER WORDS

    DEALS

    WITHOUT GENEROUS KICKBACKS BUILT-IN

    That's why they hate Trump....

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  26. Hey, don't underestimate Trump. He has made it far beyond all of his distractors and , with 7 months to go, you better believe he will amaze, the rest!

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    1. In fairness, Trump's daughter does indeed have nice breasts. I'm not sure that should have come from Trump's tongue though. Surely he could have got Ben Carson the child molester to vouch for them.

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  27. The one issue which seems to separate Trump from both Hillary and Bernie -- and from the likes of Jeb Bush -- is that of illegal immigration.

    Dated May 4, 2016:

    Illegal immigrant numbers skyrocket at Mexican border.

    Get ready. It's going to be bumpy ride all the way to Election Day 2016.

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  28. F'reals. We may have to eviscerate the blog commenting rules just to quote Trump lol

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