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Milligan Hay - Iowa d:^)
Veteran Advisor

Trump Wins, Big, Again. Bush, gone.

Donald J. Trump wins big again. Bush is done. My good friend BA Deere does not have to worry about Bush getting pushed in by the crony power brokers in Washington DC. 

 

The RINO crowd are waking up to the fact that WE DON'T WANT THEM!

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HortonGordelson
Senior Contributor

Re: Craig, you should be ashamed!

https://www.facebook.com/MattWalshBlog/posts/1127977783901997

 

Trump won South Carolina, a supposedly conservative Christian state, by a wide margin tonight.

A few quick reactions:

- Don't rationalize this. He didn't win because of Democrats. The man won Evangelicals. The man who -- JUST THIS WEEK -- praised Planned Parenthood, and who fishes for applause lines by cussing out his competitors and mocking disabled people, and who can't name a book in the Bible, and who said he doesn't need forgiveness from God, and who brags about sleeping with married women, and who said he'd love to date his own daughter because she has a hot body, and who supported the murder of fully developed infant children, and who blatantly lies and then lies again about lying, and who has encapsulated literally the exact opposite of anything that could remotely be considered a "Christian value," won with the indispensable assistance of Christians. The anger I feel towards those Christians in this moment cannot be put into words. They should be ashamed. I will pray for them.

- Speaking of winning conservatives, Trump -- JUST THIS WEEK -- said he likes the Obamacare mandate. This was, according to conservatives, the most important thing to defeat not but two years ago. Now some of those same conservatives are voting for a big government liberal who says he supports the very thing these very people were sure would undo the Republic just a few months ago.

- If Trump wins the nomination, conservatism in this country is officially dead, and the country itself will be close behind it.

- Speaking of the country's demise, Trump fans are gleefully ushering in tyranny. I am tired of hearing about their "anger." They claim they are angry at the very thing they now embrace. They aren't angry. They're bored. They're immature. They're infatuated with celebrity and fame and money. They aren't angry. I'm angry about what they are doing to my nation. The rest of us can be angry, but these people have lost the right to have their anger taken seriously.

- I don't want to hear about second place consolation prizes. If Cruz or Rubio can't win South Carolina, it may be time to panic. I'm sorry, but it's true. Deal with the reality, folks.

- According to exit polls, Trump fans don't necessarily think he's electable and they don't believe he shares their values, but "they want change." Dear God, we are really doing 2008 all over again. People voting for ambiguous, non-specific change in spite of the avalanche of red flags. We are really doing this again. I am so disgusted at the stupidity in this country.

- Bush should be commended for dropping out. He's an honorable and decent man, although I didn't support him. The others in the bottom tier, should they stay in, will be doing potentially irreparable harm to this country and my children's future. And that is something I will struggle to forgive.

- Get on your knees and pray for this country tonight. Right now. I feel we are on the cusp of something terrible. Pray we avoid it.

Milligan Hay - Iowa d:^)
Veteran Advisor

Re: America N E E D S a Manager!


@HortonGordelson wrote:

https://www.facebook.com/MattWalshBlog/posts/1127977783901997

 

Trump won South Carolina, a supposedly conservative Christian state, by a wide margin tonight.

A few quick reactions:

- Don't rationalize this. He didn't win because of Democrats. The man won Evangelicals. The man who -- JUST THIS WEEK -- praised Planned Parenthood, and who fishes for applause lines by cussing out his competitors and mocking disabled people, and who can't name a book in the Bible, and who said he doesn't need forgiveness from God, and who brags about sleeping with married women, and who said he'd love to date his own daughter because she has a hot body, and who supported the murder of fully developed infant children, and who blatantly lies and then lies again about lying, and who has encapsulated literally the exact opposite of anything that could remotely be considered a "Christian value," won with the indispensable assistance of Christians. The anger I feel towards those Christians in this moment cannot be put into words. They should be ashamed. I will pray for them.

- Speaking of winning conservatives, Trump -- JUST THIS WEEK -- said he likes the Obamacare mandate. This was, according to conservatives, the most important thing to defeat not but two years ago. Now some of those same conservatives are voting for a big government liberal who says he supports the very thing these very people were sure would undo the Republic just a few months ago.

- If Trump wins the nomination, conservatism in this country is officially dead, and the country itself will be close behind it.

- Speaking of the country's demise, Trump fans are gleefully ushering in tyranny. I am tired of hearing about their "anger." They claim they are angry at the very thing they now embrace. They aren't angry. They're bored. They're immature. They're infatuated with celebrity and fame and money. They aren't angry. I'm angry about what they are doing to my nation. The rest of us can be angry, but these people have lost the right to have their anger taken seriously.

- I don't want to hear about second place consolation prizes. If Cruz or Rubio can't win South Carolina, it may be time to panic. I'm sorry, but it's true. Deal with the reality, folks.

- According to exit polls, Trump fans don't necessarily think he's electable and they don't believe he shares their values, but "they want change." Dear God, we are really doing 2008 all over again. People voting for ambiguous, non-specific change in spite of the avalanche of red flags. We are really doing this again. I am so disgusted at the stupidity in this country.

- Bush should be commended for dropping out. He's an honorable and decent man, although I didn't support him. The others in the bottom tier, should they stay in, will be doing potentially irreparable harm to this country and my children's future. And that is something I will struggle to forgive.

- Get on your knees and pray for this country tonight. Right now. I feel we are on the cusp of something terrible. Pray we avoid it.


Cruz is a fine man. He would be the best Senate Majority Leader, or even a Supreme Court justice. What America needs, right now, is the expertise of a top level manager. America needs a visionary to guide us back to greatness. 

 

America needs a strong executive that will crush socialism into extinction. That is what America needs and that is what I am fighting for. 

 

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HortonGordelson
Senior Contributor

Re: America N E E D S a Manager!

Really Craig?  You want to be "managed"?  At this point, there is no possible way anyone could be sure what Trump stands for.

OKdon
Senior Contributor

Re: America N E E D S a Manager!

Like he usually does. Take all the money that he can and then abandon ship and leave those behind to take all the losses. "No I never took bankruptsy. I just bailed out and left other people to take bankruptsy."

 

As a high powered executive in a company he can make sweetheart deals with other companies he owns. Thus transfering wealth from one corp to another and leave the mess for others to clean up.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: America N E E D S a Manager!


@OKdon wrote:

Like he usually does. Take all the money that he can and then abandon ship and leave those behind to take all the losses. "No I never took bankruptsy. I just bailed out and left other people to take bankruptsy."

 

As a high powered executive in a company he can make sweetheart deals with other companies he owns. Thus transfering wealth from one corp to another and leave the mess for others to clean up.


Trump taking bankruptcy is no different than the federal reserve taking money from those who played by the rules and kept their money in the bank for their old age by going to zero interest rates.

schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: Craig, you should be ashamed!

That just goes to prove what the Tea party really is!!

schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: America N E E D S a Manager!

His list of failed ventures and 4 bankruptcies mean nothing?   I know they don't to you.  All you care about is the tough talk he spews out of his mouth!!  His hate and bigotry fill the hearts and souls of all you false Christians!  I pity you.  You really should like about what you wish for!

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Trump Wins, Big, Again. Bush, gone.

Hey Craig, I have to admit that I am a little more than surprised that Jeb quit, the "cigarette smoking man" must`ve paid him a visit and told him that they are going to back Rubio.   If Trump is in the 30`s% and he would pick up most of Cruz`s 20ish% ..that would put him below the (I think 60% needed) to not have a open convention.  That`s assuming something like the establishment backs Rubio and he gets high 40`s% and Trump low 50`s%, but Trump has already collected a ton of delegates, that is if they stay true at the convention.

 

What could happen is the cigarette smoking man could give Trump an ultimatum at the convention that they will spare him only if he chooses Rubio...or maybe Jeb as a running mate, so the Bilderberg group is repressented in the White House.  Just like Reagan was forced to take skull and bones HW Bush back in `80 

https://sites.google.com/site/thelastjeffersonian/articles/ronald-reagan-s-biggest-mistake  

 

 

 

I think the Democrat party has alienated the few decent blue collar, deer hunting decent Dems in their party, they have layed dormant the last few years and Trump has rejuvenated them.  Trump has made the GOP tent bigger and to be honest, there are alot of good people that weren`t Republicans that Trump tapped into.  Trump should be owed a great debt of gratitude for tapping a portion of the 1/3 that never votes. 

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: America N E E D S a Manager!


@schnurrbart wrote:

His list of failed ventures and 4 bankruptcies mean nothing?   I know they don't to you.  All you care about is the tough talk he spews out of his mouth!!  His hate and bigotry fill the hearts and souls of all you false Christians!  I pity you.  You really should like about what you wish for!


With Trump the losers were the big money people. With the fed it is the heart and soul of the American people. Those who saved their whole lives for retirement only to have their retirement income striped away by zero interest rates.