I Support and Endorse Donald J. Trump for President

I Support and Endorse Donald J. Trump for President

Make America Great

I don’t play well with STUPID people, in fact, I abhor STUPID people.

You see, ignorance can be overcome but stupidity is terminal.

Every time elections roll around I tend to thin the herd so to speak, I seem to always have at least a few people that made it onto my friends list that are so STUPID that if breathing weren’t a reflex action, if it took ANY cognizant thought process at all, these few people would be dead.

Maybe breathing should require a thought process, it certainly would thin the herd, but so would removing the warning labels from all items. Let nature take its course, so to speak.

You have that unabashed man of courage running for POTUS. You have the most bold and brash, politically incorrect billionaire businessman taking on the GOP and Dems, using his own money and yet so many seem to want to elect an *Anchor Baby* or a guy that is, in all probability, no more qualified to run for POTUS because of his BIRTH place and the citizenship of his father as is Barack Hussein Obama.

I seem to remember, vividly, the howls and cries of so many *thought to be* Conservatives regarding Obama’s place of birth, many believing that he was born in Kenya and NOT Hawaii, and was born to an American mother and a Kenyan father.

I remember how so many cried that Obama wasn’t qualified but NOW you turn the other cheek and don’t say one damned thing about Ted Cruz and the FACT that he was born in Calgary, AB to an American mother and a Cuban father. I simply can’t see how that is a natural born citizen.

I remember all the law suits that were threatened but never seemed to get filed when it was Obama. Don’t you suppose that IF Ted Cruz were to get the nomination and win the White House that the Dems will be screaming and crying that he isn’t an American just like so many from the GOP did?  

Some folks are crying, Cruz supporters mostly, saying that Trump has not disavowed the Ku Klux Klan and refused their endorsement, well, that is a damned lie.  

Donald Trump didn’t disavow the Klan endorsement immediately, and I don’t know why, but he did disavow the Klan. 

Trump disavows support from former KKK leader after first declining

Many, myself included, see the Klan endorsement as a selection right out of the GOP book of dirty tricks, one pulled deliberately, one that was, in all probability, asked for by the GOP or RNC and one done to directly harm the Trump campaign.

For those that don’t know it, the endorsement from David Duke is actually very funny to anyone from the South, Duke is a smarmy buffoon and never did anything other than talk and cause a lot of eyes to open and realize that the Klan, and their many years of fame was over and done.

And while I’m thinking about it; how many remember the FACT that Barack Hussein Obama was endorsed by the Black Panthers, The Communist Party USA, Socialists, CAIR and who knows how many other far left terrorist groups.

I don’t seem to remember hearing very many folks complaining about that, I know I did, a lot of my readers did, but there was no hue and cry for Obama to be ostracized for those endorsements.

In all fairness, NO candidate can control who endorses them, all they can do is disavow that endorsement and move on. Klan groups are well known for trying to disrupt an election like that. Klan Leaders and Racists agree; Endorse Ron Paul.

So, cry all you want to when YOUR side gets done to it what the other side had done to them, but remember, politics is a nasty game, the mud gets slung and the lies get told, but hopefully, in the end, once Donald J. Trump has the nomination, I hope all the crybabies, liars and excuse makers can come together and turn out the vote to defeat Hillary Clinton.

If Donald Trump is what many believe him to be, the END of the GOP, I see that as a good thing, and if he can do ALL that he says he can, I see that as being even better, but if he turns out to be *all hat and no cattle*, unlike the Democrats and their blind support of Obama, I will come out hard against him (Trump) and support a replacement and not vote him in another 4 years.

Unlike Congressmen and Senators, we CAN get rid of a no-account POTUS, via elections or term limits, and either way, the USA is better off.

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47 Responses to I Support and Endorse Donald J. Trump for President

  1. Ron Stabb says:

    Funny how the establishment hates the truth. A billionaire comes along that doesn’t act like one and talks about all the things that the hard working middle class has been bitching about for years and all the politicians want to bury him.
    I don’t know if that KKK clown was a plant or not. I didn’t see Trump telling his bouncers to let him stay. They removed him and Trump went on.
    The republicans are a disgrace. Dirty politics at its finest are on display.
    You fuck with Trump and he’s going to come back at you hard with everything he’s got. He looks tired by the end of each day. Every day is a bar room brawl with the media and his own party. He fills stadiums instead of town halls with his supporters who are just like you and me.
    I’ve had my fears that he will quit the party and run as an independent. At this point, I hope he does. The runaway freight train that nobody can stop.
    How grand would that be?

    • dekare says:

      I agree with you Ron, that it would be a good thing if the republican party went away, and replaced by a new party as represented by Trump. The party of the Lion….replaced the tired old elephant.

      The GOP has become no different than the Dems. I cannot help but think that Washington is now like professional wrestling…they put on a big show in front of us pretending to be at odds with each other, but when the lights go out and the audience leaves, they are the best of friends, working out how they can keep the show going while the continue to bilk all of us.

      Hell, John F. Kennedy would be considered a right wing extremist by today’s standards. The dems have gone so far left, that they are really just the communist party in disguise. While the GOP is now firmly socialist.

      I can understand my enemy, who is out to harm me, and will do what he needs to gain his objectives. I can handle that. What I despise is a party that tells me they are my friend, and fighting on behalf of me, only to stab me in the back. No one likes a turncoat, which is the most vile of all things. If you have a stance, then stand by it, and proudly claim who you are and let the world know your intentions. This slimy weasal-ness of the GOP sickens me.
      This is why Benedict Arnold is despised and his name has become a noun for all things traitorous. The GOP is our Benedict Arnold, and I have no use for them.

      The GOP claims to say they can change things and will stop this or that if only we vote for them. The moment we give them the power to do what they say, they do anything but what they promised. Hell, how many times has the GOP tried to cram amnesty down our throats? It’s like they haven’t listened at all when we said NO to amnesty, but they keep trying, hoping to slip it by when we are not looking.

      Trump is the first man to say it as it is. The fact that he is NOT a politician, is a plus. The fact that both parties hate him is a plus. If the GOP went after obama half as much and half a hard as they do with Trump, they would not be in this mess. Trump is NOT a result of obama, he is the result of the GOP. We The People got sick and damned tired of our supposed representatives sticking it to us, so we are in the process of hiring Trump to set things right.

      So, I HOPE and PRAY that the GOP goes the way of the whigs. This would send out the very clear message that We The People still hold power. As it is now, is there anyone out there that truly believes that our govt cares about what we want? Through Trump, we are reminding out govt, that THEY WORK FOR US. I like that. I think We The People need to take power away from the federal govt, and get back to the way our Founding Fathers set for us. Trump is our mouthpiece. Granted, a loud one, but hey, speaking softly and asking and begging did not work. Trump is not your typical politician, which is exactly what we need.

  2. Visitor says:

    My main trouble with Trump is he never says HOW he will do something. In the last debate he was asked HOW he would get the Mexicans to pay for the wall…his response was to spend the majority of his airtime on that question critizing Fox for using a crude word…oh yes and the he said the wall would be 10 feet taller and, probably, said it would be a beautiful wall.

    During the oil crisis in the 70s one political party said it would solve the problem by lowering the boiling point of water….Trump reminds me of Screaming Lord Such and the Monster Raving Loony Party.

  3. Kiril Kundurazieff says:

    “ignorance can be overcome”

    Yes, it can, and a lot of folks in America need to do some heavy overcoming before they make the mistake of electing Trump.

    We can’t afford to give him 4 years only to discover he is *all hat and no cattle*.
    I agree with you about many things, but in this case we will have to agree to disagree.

    I have heard many things from Trumps own mouth and read many articles and opinion pieces about him that leave me greatly concerned and that I can’t ignore.

    Sharing those things with Trumpaholics is a waste of time, in my view.

    Those enamored of Trump will have to come to their senses on their own and hopefully do so before irreparable harm is done to the fabric of our nation.

    Sanders, Clinton, and Trump are not the answer to making America great again.

    I support Cruz.

    If the choice came down to Trump, or Sanders or Clinton…I am going to need a lot of convincing to not sit things out.

    My father fought against Tito, in his homeland, at the end of WW2, eventually fleeing to America and the freedom it offered. His 3 sisters, now in their 90’s, were not so lucky.

    If my father had lived beyond 1988, and not been mentally ill, I believe he would not believe what has happened to this nation and would be among those raising alarm bells and asking WTH are you people thinking and doing?

    Only it would be in a Macedonian even more, um, colorful that some of your best rants, Fred.

    • Ron Stabb says:

      We survived seven years of the Obama experiment(barely). Four years of Trump would be a breeze(at least for a white person).

      • TexasFred says:

        Cruz is a slimy-assed non-American, he’s been a loud-mouthed Senator from the moment he hit DC and that’s all he’s been.. His accomplishments?? Conning Texans into voting for his slimy ass…

        • dekare says:

          Fred, I agree with you…Ted Cruz has really shown who he is…and I do not like it one bit. I used to really like him…alot. I thought he was different. But with all this slimy behavior…wow….how low can he go. The trick he pulled on Carson was dirty. The vote-shaming and using private info to garner votes and with threats of retribution…followed by him not sorry he did it, that tipped the scales for me. That is nothing but lowlife scumbaggery that I detest in politicians. I don’t care if you are on my side. When you pull crap like this, I despise what you are.

  4. BobF says:

    Watch the CNN interview with Trump where he’s asked about David Duke’s endorsement. Trump says he doesn’t know anything about it or about Duke and he won’t condemn anyone or anything he doesn’t know anything about. To me, that’s an honest and forthright answer. How can a man condemn someone or something he knows nothing about. It seems the people making a bug issue over this had no problem supporting and praising Robert Byrd who also was a leader in the KKK and held membership in the Klan while serving in Congress.

    For those folks who say they’re Republicans or Conservatives and won’t vote for Trump if he gets the nomination, I see no difference between them and Bowe Bergdahl. Bergdahl deserted in the face of the enemy because he didn’t like his leadership. We’re in a battle for the future of our nation and because we may not like the leadership, we still have to support that leader in order to win the battle.

    • Kiril Kundurazieff says:

      The problem is that trump DOES know who Duke & the KKK are….He’s on record denouncing both in 2000 when he decided not to run for Prez as The Reform Party candidate.

      I don’t think for a minute he forgot that and has no clue who they are, or that his ear piece wasn’t working right the other day.

      • TexasFred says:

        On record? Show us the PROOF…

        • Kiril Kundurazieff says:

          Twice in 2000…. Breitbart has the quotes and links….


          • TexasFred says:

            A quote from 2000? Did you ever think that Trump might have said something, oh, say 16 years ago, that was addressing something SO STUPID that maybe it slipped his mind in the following years??

            If your intent is to bash Trump, do it on YOUR OWN BLOG…

            • Kiril Kundurazieff says:

              Racist? Probably not.

              Unprepared to answer questions in the wake of Dukes comments? It appears that way and it could hurt him.

              Hasn’t his campaign team done their homework and found old recorded statements that could be used for or against him and prepped him on how best to respond?

              My intent in posting my original comment was to share my thoughts in response to your own….

              I recognize I am not going to change your mind. As I wrote you will have to change it on your own.

              I haven’t done politics on my blogs since 2007 when I closed my first blog after 5 years and opened my current one….

              I realized that, as good a writer on issues that concerned me as occasional readers told me I was I had no audience, and little traffic and that there were others, with an audience, who could get the message out and reach people much more effectively.

              • TexasFred says:

                Maybe you missed your calling, instead of being a cat blogger you need to be a poli/sci major and get a job on some campaign…

                • Kiril Kundurazieff says:

                  LOL! My cat blogging is way more popular than even my old bike blog was.


                  From 2003 thru 2007 I had my moments.

                  I was inspired by some of the most outspoken bloggers on the right in the early blogosphere.

                  I was attracted to your blog because you reminded me of a few of them, hee, hee!

                  One of my best blog posts was a piece in response to one of the early beheading videos of a long held hostage….partly due to sharing a working link to the video my traffic went thru the roof, astronomically, for a few months and I got over 300 comments to my piece.

                  I wrote a lot about T.W.A.T. (The War Against Terror).

                  Once or twice, the past 3 years and especially this election season, I admit to considering bringing 2 of my best ideas out of retirement.

                  I often wrote about “The minions of the World Allied Conspiratorial Kongress of Idiotarians Everywhere ( better known as W.A.C.K.I.E. )” via the Fighting W.a.c.k.i.e. All-over Project ( FWAP!! )

                  http://www.sneakeasysjoint.com/sneakeasy/2003/09/fighting_the_mi.html (An intro, from 2003)

                  Then in 2006, I introduced coverage of the “Head Up Yer Ass Media ( H.U.Y.A.M. )”


      • Petermc3 says:

        David Duke is old news. Unlike Pant Suit Clinton who turns on and off her southern baptist negro accent when need be, not considered to be racist in our PC world by those who paint Trump with their broad racist brush, Donald has employed how many minorities and women throughout his business career? May we assume that number is lower than the death total (a number that is growing even now) lard ass is responsible for from White Water to her Arab Spring debacle? Shame on America for tolerating this criminal she-devil.

        • Ron Stabb says:

          I’ve thrown out old couches with better material than lard asses pant suits. God, I despise that women.

  5. dekare says:

    This is all about the attacks against The Donald. They have NOTHING on him, after all the dirt that you know they dug quite deep into, and this is the best. Trump did disavow Duke, on several occasions. From what I understood, Trump claimed he could not hear who was being referred to due to ear piece issues, and I don’t know if he is lying or not. But Trump did come out and disavow Duke.

    If Trump made a mistake and did not answer in the exact way or at the exact time that someone said he should, well, heck, he oughta be thrown out of the race for good..right? I mean, after all, Cruz and Rubio have NEVER stumbled or said anything that could be construed in a wrongful manner. Those that make mistakes or misstep should NEVER be allowed to run for office…those bastards.

    If you people who CLAIM to be conservative or republican, and use these very minor small issues to claim as the reason you won’t vote for Trump, well, you were not going to vote for him anyway. So stop with the “offended” attitude as if you were all ready to vote Trump, but now….NOW, you can’t because he said something bad. SERIOUSLY? Does anyone here really believe that Trump is all for the KKK?

    If you like Cruz…vote for him. If you like Rubio…vote for him. But for CHRIST’S SAKE, stop trying to pretend you are all for Donald Trump but for this reason or that, which thankfully changed your mind, before you made a horrible mistake and voted.

    If you want perfection in a political candidate, and one that has never made a mistake or said anything bad, you need to vote for obama for a third term, as he has never failed at anything. Just ask him or any of his followers. Anything he has ever done that has gone south, is all Bush’s fault, or our fault for not understanding how awesome obama is, or the republican’s fault for stopping him and on and on. Or maybe you should vote for hiLIARy, as she has never lied ever…just watch her recent interview to prove it.

    Just admit you don’t like Trump and move on. But stop trying to pretend you like him and that you might want to vote for him, if only he didn’t make that silly mistake. Stop trying to convince those of us that WILL VOTE FOR HIM, that we should not because of come idiotic perceived wrongdoing. It just makes you guys sound petty and like a liberal. That is what liberals do. So please….Stop it.

  6. Wayne says:

    WOW! Nothing I would care to add to this post Fred. I’m stickin with Trump along with my wife. Just about all our new Florida friends are very disappointed with Rubio who it seems got all of us to vote him into the Senate. We feel betrayed by a RINO. Kiril has a typical european outlook on American politics. Since I worked in a trade that had a large population of legally immigrated journeymen, I got feedback on politicians that I couldn’t believe. Some opinions made sense and others just made me angry. The most common of which is when the conversation got intense was “in MY country, they do ……” or “they should do like they do on the other side”. Boy that used to piss me off. The bottom line though is that ALL of these guys came here to become Americans and I believe they would have fought to defend their new found country. Trump WAS born here, no bout adoutit.

    • Kiril Kundurazieff says:


      No, just pointing out how my Dad would have reacted.

      Nothing like a pissed off Macedonian Nationalist who lost an eye sabotaging one of Tito’s railroads and flat out refused to make return visits to the home country, in the 60’s, before his illness, even if he could have afforded it.

      Aside from his eventual mental illness the sad thing was that, as much as he loved America he never got his citizenship (carried Green Card for 36 yrs.) because he somehow thought it would make him less of a Macedonian and my KY mom could not convince him otherwise.

      I was born in Ca…..was a Reagan Dem, lost my mind for a while by being a Clintonista, then became wiser after years of listening to Limbaugh among others and doing lots of reading.

      • Wayne says:

        Kiril, I’m glad you came around to sane thinking but I still believe the Donald is speaking from his heart when he says he will make America great again.

  7. dekare says:

    OMG…..MSNBC has a dozen eggs on their face with this one. They are trying to portray Trump as racist and that all of the people for him are racists, and then go to this video here…..PRICELESS!!!!!


    These idiots are TRYING so hard to find anything they can to make Trump look bad. What they do NOT understand is that everytime they pull shit like this, we see just how PATHETIC and SAD they really are, and all it does is make all of us want to vote for Trump even more.

    Here is my new suggestion for the opening song at every Donald Trump event…

    It does have a catchy beat…..I like it!!!! Sing along with me.

  8. Ron Stabb says:

    Here you go: http://conservativetribune.com/trump-snags-endorsement/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=WesternJournalismEmail&utm_campaign=DailyBest&utm_content=2016-02-29

  9. Petermc3 says:

    Two observations: First of all the pissant Joe Scarborough need not try anymore to convince us he is a bought and paid for anti-Trump pissant. This morning’s tirade against Donald and this manufactured KKK Krap was even a bit too much coming from this creep.
    Second: yesterday I attended a social affair in Jersey City, NJ, where a republican has less chance of elected to any office than in New York City. In attendance was a Trump campaign rep who did not advertise the fact but the word did get around. While not everyone in attendance spoke with him he was swamped most of the afternoon and evening professing their support. The attendees, hard core democrats, some of whom I engaged with see Donald Trump as the anti-Obama who they voted for but now fear and anti-Clinton who they don’t trust. I was and remain shocked. I know that Wayne who is a frequent commenter here and ex-New Jersey resident can appreciate my representation of the typical Jersey City and Hudson County voters.

    • TexasFred says:

      Hell man, I am shocked too… I hope Trump has an effect on Dems like that all over the nation… Landslide in the near future if he does…

    • BobF says:

      It’s being said about 20% of Democrats support Trump. It seems many Democrats are pissed off at their party elites as Republicans are.


  10. deborah wilson says:

    I’m going to slide a comment in here…I think this business with Trump and David Duke is nothing more than a big whoopty-do about nothing that the GOP party AND the dems want to run with to attempt derailing Trump. I’m from the south, I know exactly who David Duke is, but until yesterday, I haven’t thought of him in years. Trump can’t stop people or certain groups/organizations from endorsing/voting for him, just because they are a bad deal…that is out of his control. I think the deal on duke is not only to derail Trump, but also an attempt to stop blacks and latino’s from voting for him….

    I’ve never seen such a show - nothing but ridicule, criticism, and mud-slinging…assassination *jokes* against Trump made by Pat Brady, Rick Wilson, and that columnist from the NY Times [I can’t think of his name right now], it’s all been so trashy. I thought for a minute that Ted Cruz was going to play nice and he and Trump could get along - that didn’t pan out so well - and enter Robotic Rubio…

    My mind was made up a month or so ago. Later today, I’m going to vote for Trump because right now, I believe that he is the best choice. I want to give him a chance. I want to see someone in the White House, the people’s house, that we can be proud of again. We haven’t had anyone like that since Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy.

    Later, if Trump screws up, we can get on him about it, I’ll certainly yell. But right now,
    I’m just praying that he is the nominee - and that he stays safe.

  11. dekare says:

    deborah, I do believe you are right. I also think that a majority of the voters, like you, see thru this nonsense and know that Trump did nothing wrong. You are right, no one can stop someone from endorsing him. Heck, if you think about it, the KKK can only endorse Trump, as all the other candidates are the people they have historically despised, as other than Trump, we have a jew, two cubans, and a woman. Trump gets their endorsement for the simple reason he is the only white christian male in the running. He gets it by default. So, how is this Trump’s fault.

    Not to mention, the Anti-Trump Establishment have thrown everything at him trying to stop him, but he keeps coming like a Terminator, and he will not stop. So, they dusted off the playbook used by obama, and are going with the tried and true, “He’s a racist, don’t vote for him”. There fact that they have to not only resort to this, but have the weakest of connections in order to make this play, shows two things. One, they have nothing on him. If this is the best they can do, they are scraping the bottom of the barrel trying anything they can. And two, they are scared to death of him.

    They know Trump is going to upset the feeding trough that both parties have been slogging at for years. The trough kept full by We The TAXPAYING People. Trump is going to clean house, and may do such a bang-up job at it, that it just may be the death of the GOP forever. What scares me the most is that when they have emptied their bag of tricks, and nothing works…they may result to the ultimate solution and make an attempt on his life. I have no doubt that many well-known thoroughly entrenched politicians have thought about it and brought this up behind closed doors.

    I am going to go back to my theory that Trump is simply untouchable and will be the next president. It is his to lose…and they know it. They tried to change the rules to keep him from becoming the next president, and Trump went and changed the rules on them. Nothing that has worked in the past to stop a threat has worked with Trump. In fact, he turns everything they do to him, against them, and he is stronger for it. We The People see that way too many promises have been broken, and we are tired of holding our nose at the ballot office, only to be abused once again. We are no longer sitting down and taking it. Trump is our weapon and our target, the GOP. It is the GOP that created Trump, not the Dems. For far too long, the GOP thought they no longer had to listen to us. That all it took was some money and some bullying, and they got their way. Well, no longer.

    Best of all, I know that a Trump presidency will set back decades of arrogance in our politicians. They will once again realize that it is We The People that they work for, and not the other way round. That politicians do what WE SAY. And that is the best thing of all. Trump will set a precedence that will see that the good old boys drummed out and bring in a new fresh batch of people that will run things more in the fashion as set up by our Founding Fathers.

    I hope for a Trump presdiency, our country needs it, and even though it has been said before, this next election will really really determine the fate of our beloved America like no other election has before.

  12. Wayne says:

    Well put dekare, very well said. I too, wish for an election, not an attempt on his life. If there was an attempted assassination it would be obvious to everybody that the country is no longer a republic but a dictatorship run by corrupt politicians who answer to foreign powers, large multinational businesses. I keep hearing in my head “he who holds the gold makes the rules”.

  13. Ron in Ohio says:

    Ron in Ohio Sez:

    Ya’ know Fred, for months I have been leaning towards Cruz. I liked all of the accolades that were heaped upon him about his intelligence and overt Conservatism and I might have not changed my mind had Cruz just kept his “Attack Dog” mouth shut, stuck to the issues and espoused Conservative ideals.

    But, with his ever increasing behavior these past few months it has become apparent that he is just another politician and I’ve had my fill of politicians. Regardless of their political idealogy, ALL politicians are just a “Horse-of-a-different-color”.

    The largest oxymoron in our political lexicon is “Career Politician” - Hell! EVERY true politician is a “Career Politician” - How many who get into politics do you remember who just loaded their traveling medicine show wagon and went home after a term or two? Damned few!

    In my opinion there are only two non-politicians left in this race, Trump and Carson. I don’t believe that Carson has a chance for too many reasons and they’re all the wrong ones. That leaves us with just Trump and I am in the majority opinion on this site that any non-politician is gonna’ be a whole lot better than the political hacks that we are exposed to constantly.

    And I have already came to that conclusion without regard to having to vote once again for, “The lessor of two evils” as I had to do during the past two elections. That’s just my opinion and at this point in time nobody can convince me that I am wrong.

  14. Bunkerville says:

    I’m in. It sure won’t be boring. Hell, he might even get up in the morning as compared to what we have now who gets the morning briefing never before 10:30 then off to his plane to leave his carbon footprint.

  15. mystere says:

    I wonder if Trump was just trying to smack some turds into the media’s face when they asked if he knew who David Duke is. For one thing, Donald Trump is fed up with the stupidity of the 0bamabots, and I suspect he said he doesn’t know who Duke is to send the message that David Duke is a nobody in his mind. Go figure that Trump is smart, and not going to waste his time on a group of losers like the KKK. I think Trump was giving the middle finger to the press for asking that question.

    • Wayne says:

      I think you’re right.

    • dekare says:

      Here is something sent to me in my email. It was supposedly from the New Yorker, but I checked it out and it was really written by a political correspondent for Bloomberg. Anyway, it is long, but a great read, and states what most of us here already know, that Trump is largely the result of the GOP. Here it is:

      “Who is Donald Trump?” The better question may be, “What is Donald Trump?” The answer? A giant middle finger from average Americans to the political and media establishment.

      Some Trump supporters are like the 60s white girls who dated black guys just to annoy their parents. But most Trump supporters have simply had it with the Demo-socialists and the “Republicans In Name Only.” They know there isn’t a dime’s worth of difference between Hillary Rodham and Jeb Bush, and only a few cents worth between Rodham and the other GOP candidates.

      Ben Carson is not an “establishment” candidate, but the Clinton machine would pulverize Carson; and the somewhat rebellious Ted Cruz will (justifiably so) be tied up with natural born citizen lawsuits (as might Marco Rubio). The Trump supporters figure they may as well have some fun tossing Molotov cocktails at Wall Street and Georgetown while they watch the nation collapse. Besides - lightning might strike, Trump might get elected, and he might actually fix a few things. Stranger things have happened (the nation elected an[islamo-]Marxist in 2008 and Bruce Jenner now wears designer dresses.)

      Millions of conservatives are justifiably furious. They gave the Republicans control of the House in 2010 and control of the Senate in 2014, and have seen them govern no differently than Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. Yet those same voters are supposed to trust the GOP in 2016? Why?

      Trump did not come from out of nowhere. His candidacy was created by the last six years of Republican failures.

      No reasonable person can believe that any of the establishment candidates [dems or reps] will slash federal spending, rein in the Federal Reserve, cut burdensome business regulations, reform the tax code, or eliminate useless federal departments (the Departments of Education, Housing and Urban Development, Energy, etc.). Even Ronald Reagan was unable to eliminate the Department of Education. (Of course, getting shot at tends to make a person less of a risk-taker.) No reasonable person can believe that any of the nation’s major problems will be solved by Rodham, Bush, and the other dishers of donkey fazoo now eagerly eating corn in Iowa and pancakes in New Hampshire.

      Many Americans, and especially Trump supporters, have had it with:
      Anyone named Bush
      Anyone named Clinton
      Anyone who’s held political office
      Political correctness
      Illegal immigration
      Massive unemployment
      Phony “official” unemployment and inflation figures. Welfare waste and fraud People faking disabilities to go on the dole. TSA airport groping.

      ObamaCare. The Federal Reserve’s money-printing schemes. Wall Street crooks like Jon Corzine. Michelle Obama’s vacations. Michelle Obama’s food police.

      Barack Obama’s golf. Barack Obama’s arrogant and condescending lectures. Barack Obama’s criticism/hatred of America. Valerie Jarrett. “Holiday trees”.

      Hollywood hypocrites

      Global warming nonsense

      Cop killers

      Gun confiscation threats

      Stagnant wages

      Boys in girls’ bathrooms.

      Whiny, spoiled college students who can’t even place the Civil War in the correct century… and that’s just the short list.

      Trump supporters believe that no Democrat wants to address these issues, and that few Republicans have the courage to address these issues. They certainly know that none of the establishment candidates are better than barely listening to them, and Trump is their way of saying, “Screw you, Hillary Rodham. Rove. Bush!”

      The more the talking head political pundits insult the Trump supporters, the more supporters he gains. (The only pundits who seem to understand what is going on are Democrats Doug Schoen and Pat Caddell and Republican John LeBoutillier. All the others argue that the voters will eventually “come to their senses” and support an establishment candidate.)

      But America does not need a tune-up at the same old garage. It needs a new engine installed by experts - and neither Rodham nor Bush are mechanics with the skills or experience to install it.

      Hillary Rodham is not a mechanic; she merely manages a garage her philandering husband abandoned.

      Jeb Bush is not a mechanic; he merely inherited a garage.

      Granted, Trump is also not a mechanic, but he knows where to find the best ones to work in his garage. He won’t hire his brother-in-law or someone to whom he owes a favor; he will hire someone who lives and breathes cars.

      “How dare they revolt!” the “elites” are bellowing. Well, the citizens are daring to revolt, and the RINOs had better get used to it.

      “But Trump will hand the election to Clinton!” That is what the Karl Rove-types want people to believe, just as the leftist media eagerly shoved “Maverick” McCain down GOP throats in 2008 - knowing he would lose to Obama.

      But even if Trump loses and Rodham wins, she would not be dramatically different than Bush or most of his fellow candidates. They would be nothing more than caretakers, not working to restore America’s greatness but merely presiding over the collapse of a massively in-debt nation.

      A nation can perhaps survive open borders; a nation can perhaps survive a generous welfare system. But no nation can survive both - and there is little evidence that the establishment candidates of either party understand that.

      The United States cannot forever continue on the path it is on. At some point it will be destroyed by its debt.

      Yes, Trump speaks like a bull wander[ing] through a china shop, but the truth is that the borders do need to be sealed;

      we cannot afford to feed, house, and clothe 200,000 Syrian immigrants for decades (even if we get inordinately lucky and none of them are ISIS infiltrators or Syed Farook wannabes); the world is at war with radical Islamists; all the world’s glaciers are not melting; and Rosie O’Donnell is a fat pig.

      Is Trump the perfect candidate? Of course not. Neither was Ronald Reagan.

      But unless we close our borders and restrict immigration, all the other issues are irrelevant. One terrorist blowing up a bridge or a tunnel could kill thousands.

      One jihadist poisoning a city’s water supply could kill tens of thousands.

      One electromagnetic pulse attack from a single Iranian nuclear device could kill tens of millions.

      Faced with those possibilities, most Americans probably don’t care that Trump relied on eminent domain to grab up a final quarter acre of property for a hotel.
      or that he boils the blood of the Muslim Brotherhood thugs running the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

      While Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s greatest fear is someone giving a Muslim a dirty look, most Americans are more worried about being gunned down at a shopping mall by a crazed [islamic] lunatic who treats his prayer mat better than his three wives and who thinks 72 virgins are waiting for him in paradise.

      The establishment is frightened to death that Trump will win, but not because they believe he will harm the nation.

      They are afraid he will upset their taxpayer-subsidized apple carts.

      While Obama threatens to veto legislation that spends too little, they worry that Trump will veto legislation that spends too much.

      You can be certain that if an establishment candidate wins in November 2016, [their] cabinet positions will be filled with the same people we’ve seen before.

      The washed-up has-beens of the Clinton and Bush administrations will be back in charge.

      The hacks from Goldman Sachs will continue to call the shots. Whether it is Bush’s Karl Rove or Clinton’s John Podesta, who makes the decisions in the White House will matter little. If the establishment wins, America loses.

      • Petermc3 says:

        This article should have been read aloud on national TV following Barry Hussein Rodham Clinton’s celebratory speech last night. It was self inflicted torture listening to her empty rhetoric echoing Chaka’s 2008 rantings and promises to fundamentally change America with seemingly the same trained monkeys in the audience from eight years ago. The only difference is that BHO has already stuck the knife in our belly and she will now, if elected, twist the knife until our guts spill out for all the world to see.
        Now if Trump can win and then have the fashion police arrest her for wearing pant suits that look like she slept in them …

  16. Bloviating Zeppelin says:

    You should be pleased. 15 states were up for bid on Super Tuesday. Cruz took Texas — if he hadn’t done that his campaign would have been ended — as well as Oklahoma and Alaska. Marco Rubio won Minnesota.

    Trump won in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia, Arkansas, Massachusetts and Vermont. It’s interesting to see Chris Christie behind Trump on the podium.

    Also interesting is that Mike Huckabee was clearly behind Trump this morning on Fox and Friends, saying that the Republicans need to begin to rally around Trump, and that it’s now a ridiculous meme about Duke, as Trump spent the entire weekend disavowing David Duke.

    Kasich and Carson won nothing. Results here: http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results


    • Ron Stabb says:

      Not enough Freds in Texas to take it. I think Trump’s well on his way to win the nomination. It’s just a matter of time.

  17. Bloviating Zeppelin says:

    Note to Trump:

    1. STOP attacks on Cruz and Rubio
    2. FOCUS like a burning laser beam on HILLARY CLINTON and OBAMA FAILURES.
    3. LINE UP your mechanics right NOW. THEY will be the key.

    WHO you surround yourself with in a business or an administration will and can make or break you.


  18. Ron Stabb says:

    After Trump wins the nomination(which I think he will thanks to Romney), what are your thoughts on him selecting Ben Carson as vice-president?
    It would bring in a lot of votes from minorities that he will need to beat Clinton.

    • TexasFred says:

      I believe it would be a disaster of gigantic proportions… Carson is Caspar Milquetoast and I am not going to support a weak or business ignorant person…

      Carson would make a great Surgeon General perhaps but he is one man that seriously needs to stay in his field of expertise..

      • Ron in Ohio says:

        Ron in Ohio sez:

        Even though it wasn’t ask of me Fred I was gonna’ answer the other Ron with a similar response. I too believe that Dr. Ben is far too meek for cut throat politics and that his intelligence could be put to far greater use in other areas. I do believe that he deserves a position in the next president’s cabinet.

        A V-P choice? The only one who comes to mind would be Cruz. Never Rubio or any of those other lackeys. I believe that Trump will need a bit of that “checks and balances” crap to get anything done other than by executive orders. And he can thereby keep a better eye on Cruz.

        Can you imagine those “Lunches with the V-P” in a future scenario? It’d be a lot more exciting thing to watch than Obama’s “Happy Meal” lunches with dofuss Biden. Whoever it is, buy some antacid stock.

      • Ron Stabb says:

        I was thinking for the votes only. VP’s don’t seem to do much, look at Joe Biden.
        On the other hand, if Trump went down, we would be in trouble.

      • Ron Stabb says:

        Looks like Trump has a place for him. Nice endorsement speech from Carson:

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