Why We Won’t “Make America Great Again”

It’s time for republicans to put down their hideous trucker caps and for liberals to dial back the outrage.  Despite recent empirical evidence to the contrary, there will be no President Trump.  Not this election, not ever.  The fact is that he’ll never even get the Republican nomination.  Three reasons to dial back the hatred and get real.

By Professor Liberty Mize, a contributing author of SHTFBlog

Check Your Poll

If we’ve learned anything in presidential politics it is this.  Polling more than a year out really doesn’t matter, but it can send a Trump 2016message.  Everyone knows this so they’d rather be interesting and provocative when polled than intellectually consistent.  The vast majority of poll respondents only say they back Trump to stir the pot, few would actually select him in a primary or caucus.  So why do they lie?  To send that message.  Most believe the old adage that the enemy of my enemy is my friend.  If Trump can consistently tweak the Republican Party leadership, the NY Times and liberals everywhere he’s just hit a trifecta.  It makes for good TV, heartburn for the Boehner set and hand wringing by our opponents.  What’s not to love?

Also Read: 5 Reasons to Support A Donald Trump Run

He’s Either a Lapsed Presbyterian or a Functional Atheist

You can’t win the presidency of the United States running on the Republican ticket without the evangelical vote. This is a fact.  Trump for PresidentYou can barely win it WITH the evangelical vote.  The electoral map is a disaster for the Republicans, and without the support the religious sect who are organized, engaged and reliable, you’ll never win.  Donald will never capture that group in an election.  He’s not one of them and unlike W. he doesn’t even speak their language.  Donald is egoistical, shrill, he’s got moral baggage, and perhaps most damning, he’s pragmatic.  Evangelicals see the world as black and white and seek leaders who govern based on principles, not public opinion polls and certainly not with their gut.  Romney represented the former, McCain and Trump the latter.

The Game Is Rigged

The biggest issue is perhaps the least reported.  The Republican Party establishment holds all the cards in this process.  They are Trump 2016also the group most disillusioned with Trump and his ability to water down their brand.  Presently they are letting Trump play out his recent rise, but if he were ever in a position to actually win the nomination, the GOP would simply change the rules.  They’ve done it before.  Primaries and caucuses would be replaced by nominating committees.  Super delegates would materialize out of nowhere and a Trump run would be snuffed.   They know their party is on oxygen and that Trump is poised to pull the plug.  So if backed into a corner, they will do exactly like they’ve done in many state races, they would step in and flush him away.

So What Now?

Am I telling you all of this because I have an ax to grind and Trump bothers me?  Heck no, I find him the best thing that has happened to the Republican Party in years.  I cheered and lauded his announcement even before he made it.  I tell you this because the Republicans do need to pick a nominee, and as you spend your days re-tweeting the latest incendiary rant made by Donald, you should spend your nights researching the real candidates.  There is a civil war in the GOP and we all need to take sides.  Do you stand for the party of big business that caves on every issue save for taxes, and grows government just as fast as the democrats?  Or do you support a full spectrum conservative wave that promises to govern on principles and finally get our fiscal and moral house in order?  The choice is really that stark.  There is no middle and the Trump sideshow should not distract us.  Unless we coalesce behind one of the real options that sideshow may be all we have.  And inevitably America will remain decidedly un-great.

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54 comments… add one
  • JAS September 18, 2015, 6:53 pm

    I hear what you are saying and I agree they will never let him have the nomination. What pisses me off is it just goes to show that who ever the GOP voters decide on, if the GOP and their big wig supporters don’t want them to get it, your vote don’t mean shit. They already know who they want to get the nomination and as time goes on, it will be pretty evident.

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  • Novice September 18, 2015, 10:34 pm

    I don’t think it matters much at this point. A new president is a rearrangement of the deck chairs on the Titanic. Trump is the republican obama. His retoric sounds good but lacks substance. It stirrs emotion but little less. Make America Great is no different than yes we can or hope and change. I do like what trump has to say. I like that he’s not a politician. But there’s no substance to any of his statements. Ok, let’s hear some specifics trump I’m listening??

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  • Chris Webb September 19, 2015, 2:50 am

    Here’s a novel thought – why don’t we abstain from selecting people to rule over you through threat of violence altogether? Government is nothing but a parasite to society and every service provided (that’s actually needed and not just a bandaid to “fix” problems originally created by government) can be provided by a free market in a more effect and more efficient manner.

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  • lance September 19, 2015, 11:56 am

    Ben Carson could get nominated for sure and could beat Hillary Clinton .

    I would vote for Ben Carson.

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  • Karen September 19, 2015, 12:04 pm

    He puts on a good show, but I was wondering last night how the man could possibly balance leading this country out of the mess it’s in with caring for his family AND maintaining his financial empire~~ personally IMHO I feel the USA would get the short end of the stick!!

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  • Wally September 19, 2015, 12:18 pm

    Yep…sadly this Country is like the Titanic; it’s going down. Have always thought that the BEST thing is to get it done quick- rip off the bandaid. And really thought that when the son of Frank Marshall Davis got elected in ’08 ,the much needed revolution would FINALLY come and the process for getting this country back on track could begin; boy was I wrong on that timetable.
    The entire process IS rigged from top to bottom. Regardless of how “nice” or “religious” the person might be, whoever is steering this ship isn’t going to change the pathic path this country has been on.
    While Trump has proven to be successful in maintaining his financial portfolio, he’s just the current canidate du jour. Barring some well placed lead, I would be stunned if the options still don’t turn out to be Bush and Clinton cause that what the real powers that run things want.

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  • Duder McGruder September 19, 2015, 12:50 pm

    I disagree that evangelicals would not vote for Trump. The only christianese they need to hear is “Pro-Life”. ANY rebublican candidate could say, “I ain’t gonna do shit for this country…but I’m pro-life” and still get their votes. As long as they are not a satanist, they’re a lock. Evangelicals like to vote for the lesser of 2 evils. Lance…Ben Carson is for mandatory vaccinations, while Trump is not. Another bonus for evangelicals.

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    • irishdutchuncle September 19, 2015, 1:36 pm

      yeh, I fall for that line from the republicans every time, myself.
      before all the Vatican II “reforms” were in place, Paul VI explained for the faithful that elective abortion is MURDER.
      I don’t think that even Francis can dial back from that position, now. CHRIST, in His Mercy, will forgive REPENTANT sinners almost anything, which is Good thing. there are a lot of things I am unable to forgive yet. Personally, I think that ending abortion and same sex marriage is even more important than a balanced federal budget, or the flat tax,
      but that’s just me…

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    • lance September 19, 2015, 7:50 pm

      Trump has said he has never asked for forgiveness for his sin from Jesus Christ and last time I checked that is the first step in becoming a Christian. I doubt he can get the vote or the nomination, there is no way you could enforce mandatory vaccination so I’m not worried about that.

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      • lance September 19, 2015, 7:53 pm

        Also Donald trump would have to give up all his rights to his corporations, something I don’t think he will do.

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  • Cameron September 19, 2015, 5:23 pm

    Here is how I see it:

    I, for one, believe that our country needs a major course correction. Not 2-3 degrees; more like 45-90 degrees. I’d settle for 10* and be ecstatic with 15*. Some of you are saying “Hell, I’m thinking 180*”. I wouldn’t argue with you on that. I just don’t think its possible.

    Carson, while a great guy, doesn’t have the skill set to do the job. Trump is the only one that is mean enough to do a course correction, and he does have the skill set. All the rest are either business as usual or unelectable.

    Trump is not running against Hillary at this point. He is running against Boehner McConnell.

    If the “establishment” cheats Trump/Us through the process, and inserts Bush or Kasich, they will be committing political and national suicide and insuring a democrat president.

    Because; well let me ask you a couple questions:

    Question: What is the definition of insanity ?

    Answer: To do the same thing repeatedly and expect a different result?

    Question: What is the difference between Jeb (read Republicans) and Hillary (read democrats) ?

    Answer: Jeb looks better in a dress and wears one more often (read not enough difference to matter)

    I’m not insane enough to pull the lever for Boehner and McConnell again. Ho about you?

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    • JAS September 19, 2015, 6:27 pm

      The only way Trump even has a chance is if the entire GOP membership stands up to the RNC and tells them they can not decide who wins. They do not want Trump and neither does the big GOP supporters (big money) and they will do everything in their power to block him. Look where the big money is being put. To date: Bush $114.4M, Cruz $52.2M and Rubio $41.7M. No one else is even close. FOX news is pushing Bush and so is every special interest group. One way or another Bush will be the one, unless he totally blows it and they have to dump him, but one of those three will be handed the nomination.

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      • Lance October 20, 2015, 12:19 am

        I want a carson/trump ticket or a trump/carson ticket.

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        • Anonymous November 6, 2015, 3:10 am

          Agreed.

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          • Lance December 18, 2015, 3:45 pm

            Throw Cruz in there too

  • Codpiece September 19, 2015, 6:20 pm

    The single biggest problem with Trump and Carson is they are so far out of the loop in world events that they will have no choice but to take the advice of some advisor who will no doubt be in the pocket of subversive elements.

    I’m sorry, but as appealing as it is for a lone wolf outsider to take the reins of this country, it makes about the same amount of sense as putting a no-nothing neophyte in charge of a multinational company.

    Want proof? Just look at companies and countries whose CEO or president put their kid or friend in charge. Crash and burn is only a matter of time.

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    • lance September 22, 2015, 10:51 am

      What do you propose as a solution?

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      • Codpiece September 22, 2015, 4:08 pm

        The solution is to stop trying to elect a potus based on trendy social issues and scoring political points with big but nutty donors.

        A good president needs to be smart, bookish, more of a nerd if you will. And then let them actually do their job and not constantly fight with each other of issues that are already settled. Yea, I know that is the way this country runs right now, but the truth is that we are just playing their game.

        The whole money game just makes the elected beholden to their donors. The amount of under table and back room dealings might have worked in the past, but things are way to complicated to look at the short-term or self-serving solution. With each misguided decision, there are thousands of bad things that happen due to it. Every corrupt politician should be hung for treason. These are are not small issues. The damage from small acts, lies, and political favors is massive and affects us all and our children.

        So the solution is to change the election process to favor a real America rather than a personal quest for money. Unfortunately Trump is the only possibility in that direction which means we got to chose between one of two evils before the good can take over.

        Or maybe you’ve got a better idea?

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        • lance September 24, 2015, 1:18 am

          Just remember the vast majority of trump supporters are stirring the pot,
          Just wait until March in the last republican debate, I guarantee someone else Will be standing in the center,
          Maybe ben carson, maybe someone else will rise up. That’s the solution that doesn’t use more bullets than normal…

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  • ohio e.m.t. September 19, 2015, 8:49 pm

    I have been a registered Republican since I was 18 and voting for the Gipper. I became dissolutioned with the party within 10 years. I have been more and more pissed off with the party of my youth since the Tea party started their own brand of politics. I get madder and madder every time someone like Bachman or Palin start spouting dumb uninformed drivel without doing any research as to the verifiable facts of whatever they are talking about. I don’t vote emotionally… I vote factually. The party knows how to stir up emotions… but they don’t have many facts on their side. I’m sick of their being a huge wedge between Reps and Dems. I’m sick of pundits like Limbaugh, Hannity and O’Reilly shredding reality or being hypocritical for political purposes rather than admit when the party is wrong.
    The party is broken. The party is bought and paid for by big business and the evangelicals. I, for one, want an alternative to the nonsense I’m fed by my own party in the form of religious and corporate dogma that is the party line. I’m really sick of Fox news and their stances on almost everything. My guess is that most conservative people I know feel as marginalised within the party as I do. Maybe it’s time for a split between the moderates and the extremists. The extremists scare the crap out of me more than the Democrats do.

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  • kevin September 20, 2015, 12:22 pm

    ill say it out loud if another libaturd gets in the white house the US is no more this WILL become the USSA and shortly there after the SECOND civil war will start

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    • codpiece September 20, 2015, 9:36 pm

      And exactly just who will be fighting with whom? Name calling and chest pounding does little when the blood starts flowing on the ground.

      Generally civil wars require specific issues that have identifiable characteristics that can be shot at or protected. Will it be war on Volvo drivers? Or anyone unarmed? Maybe those folks who live in blue states? I know, we could make up a loyalty test like ISIS and the Taliban use. One wrong answer and you get a bullet in the head.

      Civil wars sound like a simple solution, but the moment we get all unhinged, either the Russians or Chinese will just move in and take over while we are at each other’s throats over artificially inflated issues.

      Instead, how about some good ideas by leaders we can trust. This current crop of candidate dead weight just wants to profit personally. Well, maybe not Carson, but the others are all ego maniacs.

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    • Wally September 21, 2015, 11:05 am

      That 1st “civil war” wasn’t… It technically was the war for Southern Independence. The South wasn’t trying to conquer AND take over the North… But a real Civil War or a decent colonic, is just what this country needs.

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      • Codpiece September 21, 2015, 11:30 am

        Dude, I’m not talking about that domestic dust up 150 years ago. I’m talking about modern guerrilla combat with automatic weapons, loose nukes, home made chemical weapons, night vision, suppressors, .50 BMGs, body armor, and much of it available on Amazon.com.

        The shear volume of guns and ammo is only surpassed by the mountain of disinformation and ignorance. Well folks, looks like we’re in for a wild ride. Uniforms have a purpose so you better stock up with one of each.

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        • Lance September 25, 2015, 12:31 am

          Sorry but nothing you mentioned is
          avalible on amazon.com

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          • Zombiefodder September 25, 2015, 4:33 am

            Night vision is.

          • Lance October 1, 2015, 10:25 pm

            True but not the quality night vision that costs 20,000$ or more, you won’t find that on Amazon, there are some for around 2000$ that work well but still you can’t find good night vision on Amazon.com

  • ragerbait September 21, 2015, 1:26 am

    As much as I love the 2A, I have to admit, Sanders is the only hope America has left. And before you all crucify me for “supporting socialism”, we ALREADY HAVE socialism. Corporate welfare costs the average taxpayer 100x what entitlement programs cost. Although I lament “welfare as a lifestyle”, pragmatism says it doesn’t cost us all that much, comparatively. Bring back the manufacturing base, penalize off shoring of profits, and start re-building our current infrastructure. Also, increase the rate of transfer to sustainable energy. How would we pay for that? By screwing over the corporations that have been screwing over America. They no longer “re-invest”, anyways. Most of them don’t pay taxes, also. If that’s not enough…

    Think about how much money we’d save on “defense” spending should we ACTUALLY back down from colonialism (rather than have our president apologize for said colonialism,right before ordering a drone strike on a wedding 5 minutes later). The world has gotten sick of our “no one can touch us, so we’ll do what we want” attitude. Our military is shrinking, and, more importantly, our “hand tying” of the boots on the ground gets worse. Our enemies are coming to our land to wage war, which the average person doesn’t believe, much less prepare for. All because we sent our troops to protect some corporations profits (WHICH THEY AREN’T EVEN PAYING TAXES ON!!!!!!!). But, hey, at least those poor 3rd world bastards (now orphans) aren’t gearing up to come kill enough of us we’ll HAVE TO bring the troops home to patrol our own streets.

    Oh, wait.

    If global politics were fictionalized, we would root for the dudes in the caves, fighting a faceless giant that blew up their homes and killed their families. All in the name of profits for corporations that, again, DON’T EVEN PAY TAXES ON SAID PROFITS.

    As far as gay marriage and abortion, guess what? We lost. Ain’t no puttin that genie back in the bottle.

    Of course, I don’t think any of it’s going to get any better. Ever. No matter WHO the president is.

    Besides, Bernie doesn’t seem to realize that if he IS elected and can ACTUALLY make progress on our cronyism/corruption, that’s when he (WE) will need the 2A the most.

    I can’t vote for someone that short sighted.

    God help us if we Bush OR Clinton. That’ll be more of the same, but 10x worse.

    Keep your mags loaded.

    -meatonfeet-

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    • BamaMan September 21, 2015, 4:39 pm

      Sanders is the worst. Do not say keep you mags loaded b/c a socialist will take guns away. They always have.

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      • Codpiece September 21, 2015, 4:51 pm

        Good God. Nobody is coming for your guns.

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        • irishdutchuncle September 22, 2015, 12:18 pm

          of course they are.

          maybe not personally, but they will send someone to do it. Now, hand them over like a good Slave…

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        • BamaMan September 23, 2015, 3:45 pm

          that is what they all say…..sure you can keep the guns, then its another layer tighter, and so on until its total gun control.

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  • chilichef September 21, 2015, 10:57 am

    Look, this is a bit of epistle but I’m going to go ahead.
    First, there’s a question of what can be done. I understand people don’t like the results of elections, but the problem is this is a diverse country. Diverse not just in terms of political opinions but diverse in terms of control. The President is not King; the president has to deal with congress and the judiciary. Also, the Federal government has to deal with 50 state governments; while the Federal government has a lot more power than they used to, the States still have a lot of power and different states have different political environments. Right now, beleive it or not, the republican’s are doing real bad; they control a majority of state legislatures; they control a majority of governorships. Now, understand, that not all republican governors are necessarily ‘pure’ republicans; Christie in NJ, Hogan in MD, Rauner in IL, even Walker in Wisconsin; by the standards of a lot of people they are “RINO”‘s. But you know something? They got elected. You’re simply not going to get a conservative republican elected in NJ, MD, or Illinois; it simply isn’t going to happen. You take your allies where you find them; I’d much rather have Hogan in MD, than Martin O’Malley.
    Second, who is electable at a national level? There are certain states that simply are not going to elect a Republican presidential candidate; California, for one, NY, for another. There are certain states that simply aren’t going to go for a Democratic presidential candidate; Texas, for example. There are only a certain number of states realistically in play; Florida, Ohio, VA, and places like that. I’m from Florida, and while there are a lot of conservative voters, we don’t make up anywhere near a majority. Any candidate who wants to take Florida has to take a more or less centrist postion; which may mean they’re not all that ‘conservative’.
    The problem is, I am afraid that the Republicans are going to go off on a tangent that the Dems did back in the 70’s and 80’s; that they’d ‘rather be right than elected’, which is what happened back then (Carter was an exception, kind of reaction to the Nixon fiasco, but even there, he was moderate). Mcgovern, Dukakis, those types of candidates, they had no prospect of being elected; but the Dems kept nominating them because they were “pure” and “right”. And they lost the dang elections. The republicans need to nominate someone who can be elected in a general election. Does that mean that the republican ‘machine’ kind of stacks the deck? Yeah, it does. But it’s stacked in favor of electability; by people who currently hold electoral postions and have won elections in the past. Ultimately, that’s what political parties are for; to win elections. The current mess of the Labour party in England with them putting Corbyn, a 60’s socialist throwback in charge, is an example of what goes wrong when people put principles over electability. They’re not going to win any elections with him. And they will stay out of power.
    I get it. I do, I’m not thrilled with what anyone who is running is saying; but short of having myself elected president, I”m never going to be 100% satisfied with any candidate. But I’d rather support a Republican candidate that has a realistic chance of winning a national election than someone who is a lot closer to my views but simply isn’t going to win. Politics is the art of the possible; See who you can get elected and support them.

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    • chilichef September 21, 2015, 11:00 am

      I meant the Republican’s are NOT doing real bad.

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  • BamaMan September 21, 2015, 4:44 pm

    The allure of Trump right now is that, gulp…., he lies the least. Like his comments or not, they are so straightforward versus the typical answer politicians give that really says nothing at all. In some ways it reminds me of W. Bush final debate against J. Kerry. Bush said “you may not like me or what I want to do, but you know where I stand”. Not saying that W. was being hones or things played out the way he said it, but people do not like the answer or saying nothing.

    The old adage of a quick no is better than a slow yes might be good for comparison.
    And I don’t support Trump. He has limited to no qualifications.

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  • Roger September 22, 2015, 5:34 pm

    Politics! Oh boy, here goes! This is the truth as I see it! All politicians are liars because people are foolish, lazy and greedy. We, the people, don’t want to hear the truth; it’s not good news and remember what usually happens to the bearer of bad news. There is no real difference between the RepubicRats and the DemoCraps, they are both (as are all political parties) run by the upper 5%, the very wealthy, and not just wealthy Americans, they are all citizens/worshippers of the greatest god GREED! Trump is not IMHO the best candidate for president of this decaying excuse of a country. BUT, at least he’s a businessman who knows the difference between red ink and black ink; maybe he can stop the steady financial bleeding that has been the national policy since WW1. In truth, the only real hope this country has of becoming the very great country it pretends to be is by changing this republic into a true democracy, by eliminating the ‘secret’ vote, fingerprints and retinal scans don’t lie! If you’re not willing to stand up and say “I’m an American and this is what I think/feel” out loud, in public, then don’t bother to complain about the taste of the Bullshit that gets shoveled into your face for you desire no better! If Trump isn’t qualified, then what were Obama’s qualifications, a community leader; so are many murderers and rapists! Oh shit, fell off my podium, just as well, no one wants to hear what I’m saying anyway. You can lead a horse to water, but it’s damn hard to hold his head down long enough to drown him! Good Luck!

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    • yooper December 12, 2015, 5:41 pm

      Good comment Roger!!! I say TRUMP or WAR. That is the only chance this country has to stay a nation. and if its war I will be saying ” GOOD MORNING VIETNAM “

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  • Flat Rascal September 24, 2015, 1:19 am

    Obama a Muslim?

    Gotta be the worst one in the world since he is a cigar-smoking dog-loving foul mouthed Christian-claiming pork-eating pro choice supporter of women’s rights.

    A jack-Muslim? Hardly. Get back on the real issues. Not the ones that fuel the rabid hatred inside elderly white men. If the republicans are ever going to pull themselves up by their own bootstraps, the they have too look inward rinstead of outward and stop pointing their shakes white finger at everyone else.

    It takes a lot to become irrelevant, but by God, they just might pull it off.

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  • Uglyox September 28, 2015, 9:06 pm

    Gentleman,
    Republicans have lost the last 4 out of 5 presidential elections regarding the popular vote; republicans will never win the White House again without the growing demographic of the Hispanic vote. But what do we hear?: defamatory remarks regarding this block of influential voters. If Romney had wooed and acquired the Hispanic vote, he would have won! He acquired all the angry white male voters, but that demographic is shrinking! Women and Hispanics will determine the coming presidential outcome, and the winner will not be a republican, do to them ignoring the facts.

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  • Karen October 20, 2015, 9:30 am

    I would like to see Carson as President and Trump as Vise President . . Carson has the morals and people skills . . We seriously need a true Christian in office!! Trump has the business skills to get us out of this mess . . I do think that the getting out will be painful for almost everyone as so many things simply have to change . . As I see it, the country is run like the WPA~ lean on a shovel and receive a check . . There us far too much government dependence for personal finances. Social security needs to be stopped now~ those who are seniors continue receiving, those who are disabled need to be 100% re-assessed (and monitored for fraud diligently) then set up through agencies, like Corner Stone to earn their own income . . . Those who have paid in, but not yet received, should have that money moved to a retirement account they can’t touch until retirement age/disabled . . All citizens have option to start retirement account and be Responsible For Themselves!!
    . . . . .

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    • Lance October 30, 2015, 11:15 pm

      Karen that makes sense! So it will never happen as much as I want it too..

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  • OnePeople October 31, 2015, 11:17 am

    The establishment simply won’t permit a Trump presidency. The Northwest Front has a long-term survival plan in the Pacific Northwest.

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    • MarkOwen October 31, 2015, 8:22 pm

      The fact of the matter is that this Republics Government was supposed to be made up of We The People. Our Founding Fathers had it set up so that people from all over the country would run for office! If they had good ideas that most of the people agreed with they would run for office. It wasn’t supposed to be career politicians who spent a lifetime in Washington, and ruling far away from their constituents and ignoring their duty to We the People! Supposed to be everyday hard working people who know how the Freedoms our Military fought and died for would be enjoyed by all. This is not the America that Jefferson and Washington and the rest had in mind. ” A Government big enough to give you everything is also big enough to take everything from you” Thomas Jefferson

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  • SlikGunner October 31, 2015, 8:41 pm

    If this is the case, I have bad news for the GOP if they do not give Donald Trump the nomination,….many Republicans just wont vote for any other candidate,…. like me. The GOP establishment will be in reality helping to elect Hillary Clinton!!,…..Mark my words!!,…….

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    • MarkOwen October 31, 2015, 8:53 pm

      I agree with you. This is not the America I grew up in. Born in 1952 Raised in a small town in UP of Mich. Never had socialists in the Govt. Never had Commies there either. Volunteered for Nam. worked in an Iron mine for 7 years. Retired from Local 704 Detroit. Never saw such crap in all my life as whats been going on Wash. the last 7 or so years. There’s not going to be an election next year. Just you wait and see, and if there is it will be full of `

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  • MarkOwen October 31, 2015, 8:59 pm

    Don’t know what happened got cut off “looks like you already said that” So what! can’t give an opinion to more than one website? Talk about freedom of speech being denied. Is this the America you monitors grew up in? Or are you trolls working for the communist regime in power now?

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    • Lance November 1, 2015, 12:52 am

      The first amendment says congress shall make no law against free speech (paraphrasing)

      not that you have the right to post on whoever’s website you

      want to however you want to as many times as you want to!

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  • Ed has had it. October 31, 2015, 9:06 pm

    I know Trump can do a good job….the real problem is RNC and DMC are both one and the same ..Amerika is too well controlled by ONE WORLDERS for us to EVER see true liberty again… THE FIX (BIG MONEY =BANKING and OIL etc) is in control … The people have no say and have not since the Civil war.. We lost liberty long ago….it was same thing with Ron Paul, Barry Goldwater, etc…voting will not save America ,,,Only a TRUE REVIVAL and return to our roots will .. It must come bottom up and not top down……….The FIX is in Hillary or Jeb….one and the same =one world ..that is the ONLY ENDGAME.

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  • Henry October 31, 2015, 10:37 pm

    Trump is the only one that can change things. All the rest just are all talk. Where has any of the others given any statement of real solutions? Trump has already given his tax plan, his 2nd Amendment support statement. Also has given many of his opinions. Remember Trump needs to not give all his cards since all the liberal media news channels will attack every word in them.

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  • Chase November 1, 2015, 3:01 am

    Wow. Is Trump rant a joke? Leave politics out of email.
    Unsubscibe.

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  • ztlam November 2, 2015, 12:54 am

    I am totally in dis belief at the number of un informed voters out there. I am also astonished at the number of liberals and socialists that read this site. If you do vote for one of the liberals running, you wont have guns or ammo to defend yourselves. Nineteen trillion in debt and half our population on welfare of some sort. Folks, this country in on the verge of bankruptcy and will happen if we approach twenty three trillion in debt. check out the many counties that are on that road. Wake up- and get informed!! you cannot name one liberal that can stand up to Putin—or any country–they all laugh at us now because of liberal incompetence and cowardice. Trump uses his own money–not money from big lobbies that dictate how they run the country. Trump or Cruz will get people working again instead of getting something for nothing. WAKE UP!!!

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  • MarkOwen November 2, 2015, 7:39 am

    Uninformed is what almost all of the younger generation is, millennials, bullshit! College kids who haven’t got a clue. Most living off mommy and daddy and listening to far left college professors teaching them that socialism is better! Then you have illegals who are also here for the free ride, living off We the People taxpayers who are already standing with bent backs trying to carry the load. This can’t go on much longer before there is a major collapse. Trump has the right idea, close the borders and deport anyone who is not here legally. Then start on birthright citizenship, anchor babies, come across the border a day before hatching out another greasy little tax burden and that is where we are now. How much longer do you think we can carry the load? Now Obama wants to bring in refugees from Syria and God knows where else by the thousands and we are supposed to just smile and accept it? We are heading for revolution, or civil war, not among the people, but the people and the Government.

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  • Ed has had it. November 2, 2015, 10:47 am

    They will kill Don. Trump if he wins, (the new world DISORDER), they control it all and all the SOCIALISM is about more CONTROL …Hillary and Sanders are not about helping WE THE PEOPLE ,, they are about bigger bank accounts for them self … wake up and smell the coffee,,, the end comes fast , (even in one day)…repent and be saved … two roads one to blessings or one road to hell. where are you going… Liberty or slavery..

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  • Ed has had it. July 17, 2016, 12:27 pm

    the NEW V.P. is not going to change things , We are talking many Billions of dollars insider trade profits that are going to stop TRUMP and a free America, We are already taken over,,, LOOK at Paul R. Speaker of the house, he wants many more people from Syria to come to your town , he works hand in hand with OBAMA to BRING down America , this all PLANER by the NEW WORLD ORDER / special interest of the bankers etc., only CHRIST is the answer .

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