Donald Trump is on the warpath!

Donald Trump is on the warpath!

My commentary follows this press release from Donald J. Trump.

FEBRUARY 15TH, 2016

DONALD J. TRUMP RESPONDS TO THE LIES OF SENATOR CRUZ AND WARNS OF LEGAL ACTION

Ted Cruz is a totally unstable individual. He is the single biggest liar I’ve ever come across, in politics or otherwise, and I have seen some of the best of them. His statements are totally untrue and completely outrageous. It is hard to believe a person who proclaims to be a Christian could be so dishonest and lie so much.

Cruz said I would be appointing a liberal judge when in fact I will appoint a great conservative and I am the only candidate who has gone so far, at the debate, as to suggest two individuals I feel would best represent the conservative values we need to protect: William “Bill” Pryor Jr. and Diane Sykes.

Cruz says I am pro-choice, when in fact I am staunchly pro-life and have been for a long time. Like Ronald Reagan, on many issues, I have evolved.

Cruz says I am in favor of ObamaCare, when in fact I have spoken about repealing and replacing this disaster of a system at every speech throughout my campaign and since its inception. Meanwhile, Cruz was responsible for getting Bush to put in the judge that failed to vote against ObamaCare twice. Cruz says I will try to take away your second amendment rights, when I am one of the strongest proponents of the right to bear arms and I say so in every speech that I have made for years. I am a proud member of the NRA and so are my sons.

Cruz has become unhinged and is lying with the hopes that his statements will go unchecked until after the election and he will save his failing campaign.

In Iowa, Cruz told thousands of Ben Carson voters that Dr. Carson had left the race and to instead vote for Ted Cruz. He apologized when the race was over. Likewise, his fraudulent voter violation form sent to Iowa voters. If Ted is going to continue to lie with such desperation, I have no choice but to fight back.

One of the ways I can fight back is to bring a lawsuit against him relative to the fact that he was born in Canada and therefore cannot be President. If he doesn’t take down his false ads and retract his lies, I will do so immediately. Additionally, the RNC should intervene and if they don’t they are in default of their pledge to me.

I am the strongest on the borders and I will build a wall, and it will be a real wall. I am strongest on illegal immigration, strongest on ISIS, strongest on the military and I will take care of our Vets. I will end common core and preserve the second amendment. I will renegotiate our trade deals and bring our jobs back to our country. I am the only person who will Make America Great Again.

Paid for by Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.
info@donaldtrump.com

I want very much to believe what Donald Trump says and promises he will do to return America to a position of greatness. I hope that I and many others don’t get terribly disappointed if he does win the election.

Like many Americans my age I grew up trusting the government, and then the war in Vietnam came along and we KNEW we were being lied to, many began to wonder just how many other lies we had been told by the United States government.

I was 9 years old when John F. Kennedy was assassinated and even at that young age I knew; something isn’t right here.

Now, some 52 years later I still KNOW in my heart that we were lied to then and are still being lied to even now.

In 2008 and again in 2012 we, GOP and Conservatives, knew that Barack Hussein Obama was a walking disaster and we tried to make it a known fact to all of America but the Dems, the Left, Socialists and Communists alike said we were liars and that Obama was going to be the best president in American history.

Yeah? How has that work out so far?

Politicians lie, it’s what they do. It’s how they fool the American people into voting for them and after they get elected it’s how they placate the voters in hopes of getting reelected so they can garner even more power and fortune.

I don’t trust politicians and Ted Cruz IS a politician.

I don’t buy into the idea of Cruz being born in Canada to an American born mother and a Cuban father making him, Ted Cruz, a natural born citizen.

I never believed Obama to be a natural born citizen, not because of the issues that always come up regarding the *birther* story, but simply because his father was born in Kenya and was in NO WAY an American at the time of Obama’s birth.

In MY opinion, and you can take it for what it’s worth, Cruz is even LESS of a natural born citizen than Obama because it is a hard, cold and irrefutable fact that Cruz was born in Canada.

I know that Trump can be *foul-mouthed*, what the hell, so can I. I know that Trump says what’s on his mind and what he believes and he doesn’t really give a damn whether YOU like it or not, and that presents no problem for me because I do the same thing.

Donald Trump is brash, blunt and direct and to the point, but for me the important thing is that Trump is not a politician, he has no concept of political correctness and he is NOT owned by anyone.

I honestly believe that Trump does need to be a bit careful so as not to shoot himself in the foot but I also believe that he is strong enough to compensate for any errors he may make and what the hell, do we want a MAN in the White House or do we want some *Casper Milquetoast* that will back down just like Obama has done?

#Trump2016

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29 Responses to Donald Trump is on the warpath!

  1. cary says:

    Well, there ya go. Either he’s going to get the nomination and run this country back to the greatest; or, because you’ve endorsed him you’ve painted a (Clinton) target on his back. Literally.

  2. cary says:

    Looks like an endorsement to me. Reads like an endorsement. Has the fan-boy hashtag at the end.

    Yeah, that’s an endorsement.

  3. SeafarerChief says:

    Well after Hillary becomes president maybe then you will realize that the “fix” is permanent and always in place.
    Just saying.. I (like you) do not trust our government.
    I think what we are being fed by the lame stream propaganda ministry is just that, propaganda to lull us into thinking it’s going to be a fair and just election this time.
    Fat chance.
    Keep your powder dry and you weapons loaded my friends.

  4. Ron Stabb says:

    A year ago, I thought he was a douche-bag. If I had to vote tomorrow, I’d vote for him.
    He certainly has stirred up the shit pot.
    I think he needs to tone down his brashness at speeches. It’s turning a lot of people off.
    There are a lot of uninformed voters out there that will vote personalities.
    He needs to win the nomination first. I think the Democrats are in trouble and they know it.

    • Wayne says:

      Ron, I would agree with you but I don’t see any democrats running. There seems to be two communists, one admitted and the other running under the label of “progressive”(Marxist). If either of these clowns get the top job the republic will cease to exist and their dream of a democracy will be fulfilled. Right now we are barely a republic anymore and with Scalia gone the Supes could be taken over by judges that would tear the Constitution to pieces.

  5. I’m not sure Hillary is long for this candidacy. I think she’s going to be surprised shortly. Expect Biden to be tapped, with perhaps Warren as a running mate.

    BZ

  6. As much as I like some of his proposals I have become one of those turned off and concerned by things he has said and done and things I’ve read and heard.

    I have been impressed by Cruz and believe the proofs I’ve read and heard show he is eligible to be President.

    However, if it came down to Trump vs. whoever the Dems cough up, I’d consider voting for him as opposed to sitting things out.

    He needs to clean up his act, act more presidential and show more knowledge of the issues and stop with all the conspiracy stuff.

  7. dekare says:

    Damn Fred…after you compare Trump to yourself and show us all the similarities….well heck, no wonder I like Trump….he’s you if you had a bazillion dollars…and were vain about your hair. (hehehehee). I knew he had familiar qualities of someone I respect.

    I am just not all that sure about Cruz. I used to like him a lot. Maybe because by comparison, he was the best choice I had at the time. He was a fresh voice, and seemed to say what all of us true Americans had been so desperate to hear. And when Trump made waves last election about running, I had my doubts about his commitment or hype at the time.

    Now, I am very good friends with a man who is now a cop and I went to the police academy with a long long time ago. This guy used to be one of Trump’s bodyguards back in the 90’s. I have heard stories…some not flattering to Trump’s personality or likeability, but all of them showed me that Trump always demanded perfection, or damn near close to it…even from himself…hell, especially from himself. But most of all, he was fair. Even if he was making demands of others, he was always fair. And if you didn’t do what you promised him you could, he had no qualms letting you know of his disappointment. He demanded the best of eveyrone, and did not tolerate those that could not perform. He was a problem solver, and would engage you and do what needed to be done to have you hold up your end of the deal.

    I don’t care if my president is arrogant or a loudmouth, or likes to tout how great he is or how successful he is. Hell, isn’t that was America is (or once was)? As a country, we are a success, and we are proud of that, and damn anyone who wants to think otherwise. If being successful or telling others about it offends you, well to hell with you. Don’t whine that America’s success makes you feel bad…do something to make yourself better. But don’t demand we not succeed because it makes you sad. In America, you used to be able to accomplish anything you set your mind to. Success wasn’t guaranteed, and it was damn hard, but that is what made us great. Not equality in terms of outcome. If you work hard, you get rewarded. Not if someone works hard, everyone shares in his reward. Screw you if you hate it.

    I want a president that knows how to succeed. A president that is not out to use the office to get rich, or is in the pocket of all those that financed him. Trump does not have that baggage or issue as he owes no one a damn thing except us voters. Most of all, I believe Trump when he says he will make America great again. What does he have to gain by becoming president? Money? Power? The chance to live in a great home with everyone kissing your ass everyday? Great golphing? Hell, he has that in spades right now.

    So, I ask myself…”What does the aging billionaire want in life?” My guess, “legacy”. Trump has been successful at everything and has it all. Money, power, fame, a hot wife…so what’s left? Again, legacy. He wants to go down in history as beloved as Reagan, Lincoln, Washington and so on. I think it obvious to all of us, that Trump wants our love, our respect and our accolades. The only way he can do that is to do what he says he will do. Anything else, and he goes down in history as no better than obama. Trump does NOT want that.

    Trump LOVES America. It is the land that made him everything he is today. And he sees our once great country slipping away. If he does what he says, he will stand tall in the history books with the likes of Reagan, Jefferson, Lincoln, Washington, Kennedy. He knows that if he wants to have his pretty face on our money, he has to do something GREAT. If he wants his head on Mt. Rushmore, he has to stand tall above even great presidents of American history. If he wants a memorial in DC, he has to do all he says he can and more. And he only gets this if he first gives us what he promises. That is the true capitalist way. He will get all he wants and more, but only if he first gives us something we value in return. Trump fully understands the negotiation between him and America. It’s the art of the deal. And if he screws up, well you a footnote, and not a happy one.

    I Believe Trump when he says he wants to make America great again. If I am wrong, I will put my ass on the line for all to see and say so. But I do not think I am. There are those that are coming down on his donations to democrats and hiLIARy in particular. Well hell, he knew that if you want to do well in business, you have to play the game. He may not have liked having to do this, but that is the way of the world. I once had my own successful construction company, and I had to do a lot of things I did not like, in order to continue in business. I had to pay money to inspectors from the bldg dept if I wanted to pass my inspections, I had to grease certain decision makers if I wanted certain lucrative contracts. That doesn’t mean I agreed with what was done, but there is what people believe and there is the real world. I was once a registered democrat, until I saw the light. We all grow. And if Trump was all those things, well, he learned from it, and it all was necessary in order to become the man he is now. We all have to make mistakes in order to be better later. Hell, in high school I experimented with drugs. Later, when I became a cop, I admitted this. And you know what I was told, it was fine, as long as I learned from it and no longer did that. After all, what kind of cop would I be if I didn’t know what pot looked or smelled like or what effect it had on people? We need to screw up here an there or we will never learn from our mistakes. Trump admits this. Unlike obama, who according to obama himself, has never made a mistake, and every time something goes bad, it’s because of everyone BUT obama. Obama has never taken ownership for anything bad…ever.

    If Trump wanted to destroy America, he could do a far better job and for less work, by simply fronting a stooge to run for president, who will do all that Trump commands him to. But that is not what he wants. I believe him when he says he wants to make America great again. I believe Trump wants to restore the America where a guy with a good idea working in his garage can become a success story. Where if you get a good education, have a good idea, work hard, you can succeed. Trump sees just how run down our country has become by politicians who only want was is best for themselves. Politicians that have never been proud of their country, and want to fundamentally transform it. Politicians that know what is best for us, and think we must be herded like sheep into the corral of their choosing.

    Trump is so many things, most of which he likes to remind us that he is. And that is fine. Most of all, I like…no LOVE Trump for president for the one thing he is NOT. He is NOT a politician. He does not care about going along to get along, or reaching across the aisle. He does not care about special interests, or the minority, or Non-Americans. He plays the game of capitalism….the system that made our country the leader of the world in record time. The system that brought us to a standard of living that is the envy of the world. A world where our poor and impoverished have clean water, flat screen TV’s, cell phones, a roof over their heads with air conditioning, heating, refrigeration, advanced medical care, and an obesity problem. I would rather be poor in America than rich in most countries. Just by being in America, you have more wealth than the rest of the world. That is our standard. A standard that dems want to lower greatly.

    He does not play politics. He has showed us that politics is NOT what all the politicians say it is. In his speeches, Donald Trump has said what every RATIONAL American has wanted a person in power to say for years.

    The corrupt system that has been built up over the last 50 years, has come to the point where it no longer works for the average working taxpayer who simply wants to work and raise his family and retire reasonably anymore. It used to be presidents would tell Americans that if they worked hard, there would be a chicken in every pot and a car in every garage. Now, we hear how that chicken has to be divided fairly to those that did not work for it, and that those cars are polluting the world and must be regulated and taken away from us. We now have a system that seems to only work for those sucking on the tit of the taxpayer. It works for foreigners with no allegiance to America, it works for our enemies, it works for the ambitions politician that wants power and wealth and a golden parachute for him and all his cronies. But again, it does not work for us, the everday American that wakes up everyday and goes to work, pays his taxes, cares for his family, and expects his govt to protect him.

    And Trump has shined a light on that like no one else has. Most of all, he is teflon to their destructive measures. He is rubber and they are glue, whatever they accuse him of, bounces off and sticks to them. When was the last time you saw ANYONE with that ability? The politicians cannot destroy him, the media cannot destroy him, and he cannot be bought by anyone in wall street. No one can name any other person who has this ability…EVER. And if we do not put this man in the whitehouse, we will never get another person like him again. We will instead, get another politician. A politician not unlike all of the other politicians that have gotten us into the mess we now find ourselves.

    Everyone had their doubts about Reagan. He was everything bad and a non-politican, all his opponents claimed. And he turned out to be one of the greatest leaders America has ever had. I put him in the top five just under Washington, Jefferson, Eisenhower and other great presidents.

    One thing that this whole process has shown me, is that my once beloved politician, Ted Cruz, is not what he wants us to believe he is. Hey, I am sure he was once a good man who got into politics for all the right reasons. But being a politician does something to you not unlike that of a once innocent girl who becomes a prostitute. You end up selling your soul, doing things you thought you would never do, compromising your values little by little, just to survive. Cuz if you don’t sell your ass to someone here and someone there, you end up out on your ass. By the time you get into a position where you can get things done, you owe everyone something, and they expect a return on their investment, and get to dictate to you what you do. And you end up hating who you have become, the game you played, and the career path you have chosen. But by then, you can’t get out either. You owe too much, and you realize that even though you have sold you soul, the money and position you got in return for it, pays real well. And the retirement, the pension, and benefits, well they go a long way in helping you sleep at night as you justify everything you have done that you swore you would never do. That is a politician.

    And I am sure I am not the only person who believes that Trump will not sell his soul or do anything other that what he says he will do. He knows the quickest way to become despised is to lie to the American people. Does anyone not believe that Pres. Bush senior lost the election and became despised due to his broken promise of “Read my lips, no new taxes”. This was a man who rode on the coattails of Reagan, which should have all but assured him the re-election, and when he lied to the American people, nothing else mattered. All the good he did, undone by that one broken promise to us.

    If Trump breaks his promise, he will be hated by those that voted him in office. The dems and their voters already hate him, along with the RINO’s to boot. If he loses our respect and love, that will amount to damn near the entire country no longer likeing him. He will be hated by everyone, and this will hurt him and hit him where is counts the most. I am sure Trump did not work his whole life to end up a joke and a bum, and hated by all of America. He would just as soon stay home and save his money. He gains nothing by lying to us. And he loses all he worked for if he fails.

    BUT, if he can pull off what he promises to do, not only will all conservatives continue to love him, but those that hated him, will love him too. It’s hard to hate someone when they bring you success, gainful employment, and money in your pocket. If America becomes GREAT again, even staunch democrat voters will realize they were wrong about him. You can never successfully argue against good results.

    Anyway, I have rambled and have showed my love for Trump a little too much maybe. But it is only because I LOVE my COUNTRY. I LOVE AMERICA. And Trump appears to be the only one that can give me back that country that I have lost. He has given me hope again. That I no longer have a choice between a democrat/progressive/communist or a RINO, who is all those things that democrats are, only they lie about it. Basically, because of Trump, my choice for president is no longer between a douche or a turd sandwich.

    And most of all, if Donald does do what he promises, and makes us successful again. Imagine what that will do to the current political system. The GOP could very well go the way of the whigs. The elephant replaced by the lion. A new party could be formed. And best of all, the communists posing as American loving democrats will be crushed, and RINO’s will be run out on a rail. After all, everyone emulates success. And if Donald shows us that politicians no longer have to compromise, well maybe they will do what is best for America, and will benefit greatly from that. Imagine politicians doing what they say and being held accountable? That you can be a successful politician by making America great again. Trump will change the game, change the rules, and change the path this country is currently on. I like that. No other man or woman running for president can do that….NOT ONE.

    So, my stump for Trump speech is over…for now. I have to believe in something. I have to believe that our country will be great again. Most of all, we HAVE to change course or we will become the country obama has planned for us. I trust Donald Trump, he has my vote. I hope he gets the presidency. I hope he does what he says he will do.

    I hope and I pray….

    So, Trump is my man.

    • TexasFred says:

      The perfectionist part makes me like him too… Pete Sessions told me I certainly did expect a lot from a politician, and I do…

      A guy I used to work for told HIS boss, “Let Fred take care of it, he’s a damned perfectionist and makes things happen… ”

      I became the boss not long after that…

      I may get the surprise of my life and some folks will make damned sure that I know I was wrong but I see Trump as a hell of a fighter, a guy that just doesn’t care what he says and doesn’t care who likes it (sounds like me) and he too expects a lot…

      Damn, I wish I had a gazillion dollars..

    • Trump is not my central player. But let there be no mistake. I don’t think it’s impossible for him to be the nominee. In fact, in terms of Teflon and Kevlar, bullets and smut bounce off. There has been no candidate of which I can think, in my multiple decades on the planet, who has risen so quickly out of seemingly nowhere. And let there be no mistake about this: if he is nominated I will vote for him. Period.

      BZ

  8. minuteman26 says:

    Early voting started here in Texas today. Cast my vote for Trump. Voting was brisk. Will see what happens on Super Tuesday.

  9. Wayne says:

    Maybe I’m stretching a point here Fred but I kinda think of Trump as clearing the temple of the money changers. Yes, he made a lot of money but he made it in the business world he grew up in. How many of our elected officials were “poor” when they arrived in DC and after even a few terms in office left with some pretty hefty bank accounts? It’s no secret that a lot of these guys and gals practice insider trading with very little being said about it. The free trade deals benefit them at the expense of American citizens. They brag about the transformation to a service economy and I still haven’t been able to see how that has built us a better economy. The nation has to rebuild our manufacturing base or we will become a third world mess. I’m with you on Trump. Lets elect him and turn him loose on all the eco weenies and Americans as an afterthought crowd. America for Americans! GO TRUMP!

  10. cary says:

    Here in Arizona we have a broken Primary system. If you are not a registered member of the Dem or Dem Lite party, you don’t get a say on who appears on the final ballot. So, for about a month each year I switch my registration from “No Party Affiliation” to “Republican”; after the primaries I switch back.

    We are working to get a provision passed where non-affiliated voters will get a voice also, without having to register for a particular party. After all, there are more Non-Affiliated members than registered R and D combined.

    Either way, I cannot stand by and watch the commies accomplish what McCarthy said they would many years ago. I’m still fighting for my country, and I always will.

  11. Ron Stabb says:

    Something is bothering me about Trump. All of his speeches are beginning to sound like a broken record. The same things, over and over.
    His wall sounds great, let us see the plan. Engineering studies, cost projections, rough sketches (to see this wonderful, beautiful wall).
    ObamaCare. ‘Repeal it and replace it”. Sounds good, let us see the plan.
    If I don’t start seeing it, he’s going to be just another bull-shit politician to me.

  12. You might be interested in reading this from The Hill:

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/269592-seven-times-pundits-predicted-donald-trumps-downfall

    That, of course, REALLY pisses off the American Media Maggots.

    BZ

      • Mary Anne Harper says:

        The Pope’s comments about building a bridge is a comment that is disturbing. Our government helps so many and yet the money never gets where it should. We can’t welcome all the poor and disabled that other countries want to get rid of; we need to get an equal number of professionals also. The Pope was educated by a leftist country and thus has more in common with Obama. We need control of our borders for so many reasons!

        • Let me be blunt about the Pope. He is DEAD wrong. He should stick to Catholicism. Before he criticizes Trump he ought to bring down the walls around the Vatican and empty the Vatican vaults of its gold and jewels, and vacate its real estate and fiscal holdings, as well as liquidate and close its bank — providing ALL its profits to the poor and downtrodden.

          Until then, why don’t you take a LARGE cup of Shut The Fuck Up, Pope Francis.

          BZ

          • Braden Lynch says:

            I’d like to offer the Pope the benefit of the doubt, but he more than offended me when he criticized my firearms ownership. He is nothing more than a Leftist pretending to be a Catholic.

            I don’t care what he says. He will be wrong more often than not since he has liberal (i.e. unGodly) tendencies. He does need to STFU.

  13. Ron Stabb says:

    Another thought. Trump is a sitting duck. Look for the Mexican drug cartel to try and take him out.

  14. James S. says:

    President Obama said in a radio interview airing on Monday that Donald J. Trump, a leading contender for the Republican presidential nomination, is exploiting the resentment and anxieties of working-class men to boost his campaign. Mr. Obama also argued that some of the scorn directed at him personally stems from the fact that he is the first African-American to hold the White House.

    • Braden Lynch says:

      The race card played by a mutt. He is of mixed race. He is not black and he is not white. He is both. I frankly no longer give a damn about black people. They will get no special treatment from me. They deserve nothing from me.

      As a matter of fact, in general, they need to stop sucking on the governmental teat. They need to raise their families, stop aborting their babies, stop selling drugs, and stop killing each other. This a huge generalization, but it is basically true demographically and the real world data backs it up.

      The race card is overdrawn. I do not stand in the way of their achievement. If they want respect, they need to do it the old-fashioned way; they need to earn it.

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