Far too often the amount of money raised by a specific party or candidate is used as being a kind of barometer in determining who’s likely to win an election.  And with word now coming that Democrat members and candidates for the House are bringing in huge donations heading into the November midterm elections we’re being led to believe that that would seem to indicate that Democrats are in a very good position to retake control of Congress.  But I would tend to disagree.

And we’re also told by those who get paid to comment on such things, that if the 2018 midterm elections were held today, the Republicans could stand to lose 56 seats in the House, effectively handing over the speaker’s gavel and committee chairmanships to Democrats.  And while the Republicans, notably, have much less debt than do the Democrats, we’re told that there is a ‘blue wave’ of Democrat support now bubbling just below the surface in many areas all across the country.

The ‘Cook Political Report’ recently released a revised House ratings map for every congressional district in the U.S. Friday and found that Democrats have a shot at up to 56 seats in November.  Some 25 of those seats are in districts that “Lean Republican,” meaning the race is seen as a competitive race, but Republicans have a small advantage in those districts. Another 22 of the 56 districts are considered “Republican Toss Ups,” which means either party has a chance of winning.

There are nine Republicans up for reelection this cycle who are in districts that either lean Democrat or have a Democrat that is “likely” to take the election.  And there are also fifty House Republicans who are said to be resigning, retiring or seeking other office in 2018.  Roughly 22 House members retire each election cycle, so to say the party is going through a tumultuous period of change would not be an exaggeration.  But I don’t think we should make it into something bigger than it is.

And in an attempt to put these fundraising numbers into some sort of perspective, I think it’s important to note that candidate Hitlery raised twice as much money as did candidate Trump and what exactly did it get her?  Nothing more than another second place finish!  And while many of her supporters are still feeling cheated nearly two years later, normal people are able to recognize the fact that America dodged a rather sizable bullet in 2016 and breathe a healthy sigh of relief.

And I think it also important to point out that all the money in the world isn’t going to change the fact that the Democrat Party has no platform, beyond ‘Impeach Trump’ and ‘Open Borders’ on which to run.  I would argue that these would be two sure-fire losing campaign messages.  And I mentioned earlier, Hitlery raised $1 billion and still lost, proving the point in rather spectacular fashion, that you can put financial lipstick on a pig, but it doesn’t alter the fact that it’s still just a pig.

And I think it’s a rather bold statement to make the claim that, “If the 2018 midterm elections were held today, Republicans could stand to lose 56 seats in the House.” Because it means absolutely nothing in what has become an environment of Democrat collapse, driven by a number of growing movements, including the Red Pill movement and the #WalkAway movement that has lifelong Democrats abandoning the Democrat Party in what has been described as significant numbers.

We’re told that President Trump’s approval among Hispanics is up 10 percent during this “border separating, abolish ICE’ brouhaha, and also that millennials are leaving the party in droves. There’s a clear trend here, and it’s AWAY from the Democrat Party.  Spouting off financial numbers is completely useless when the party is in such a state of philosophical collapse, which will eventually leave only the most rabid of supporters, who are also the ones mostly likely to donate.




Ever since he guaranteed that Romney was going to win in a landslide back in 2012 it’s become a rather rare event for me to put much stock in any of Dick Morris’s political predictions.  So while I would like nothing better than for him to be right on the money regarding his most recent prediction of a ‘Red Wave’ come this November, I have a nagging little voice in the back of my head telling me that Republicans have effectively shot themselves in both feet because of their dislike for Trump.

Apparently Morris theory regarding the midterms stems from his thinking that the Democrats are repeating the same mistakes Republicans made by attacking ex-president ‘Slick Willy’ Clinton back in the late 1990s over Monica Lewinsky.  It was this past Sunday on New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” that Morris seemed to shoot down the idea that there will be a “blue wave” in the 2018 midterm elections, instead saying that it’s a “red wave” that’s on the way.

Morris said he believes “Democrats are overplaying their hand” by going after President Trump for the Michael Cohen and Stormy Daniels scandals, instead of focusing on issues heading into the midterm elections, adding that it will show in the 2018 elections.  He said, “I think that [Democrats] see fool’s gold in these scandal.” And added, “They’re putting everything behind the Stormy Daniels scandal and Michael Cohen … and the country doesn’t give a damn.”

Morris claims, “There is no blue wave coming. There is a red wave. And what makes it red is the blood of the Democratic Party.”  He pointed to the rise in President Trump’s approval ratings saying, “Since the Stormy Daniels scandal started, Trump’s approval rating has gone from 40 to 45.”  And he went on to say, “From the beginning of the year it has gone from 37 to 45.  And the advantage of the Democrats over the Republicans in the House elections has been cut more than in half.”

Like I said, there is nothing I would like better than for Morris to be proven right here.  But sadly I tend to think that it’s nothing more than a way to gain for himself few more radio and television invites.  Sometimes I wonder if there’s anyone out there who actually believes anything of what they say or if they’re ALL just telling us what they think we want to here until we lose this whole enchilada called America.  And I worry that should this ‘blue wave’ occur, it’ll be the final nail in our coffin.

So, while I’m not quite ready to throw in the towel, I am a very long way from having any sort of a warm and fuzzy that things will go in the direction that’s best for the country come this November.  I pray Morris will be proven right, but at the same time I’m not holding my breath.  Will the American people decide to send to Congress more of those willing to work with the president, or more of those seeking only to exact a bit of revenge by working to impeach him?  I guess we just wait and see.



Well it would appear as if all the talk coming from Democrats about what they intend to do ‘when’ they take control of the House this November, things like to impeach the president, to raise taxes and to drive a stake through the heart of the Trump Agenda, ‘may’ be having a bit of an adverse effect.  The Communist News Network (CNN) recently released a poll, on Wednesday, the results of which shocked even its own political pundits.  Because it would seem that the much heralded “Blue Wave” so hoped for by many in the Democrat Party regarding the coming midterm elections, has now pretty much evaporated.  At least that’s what we’re all being led to believe.

Anyway, it’s according to this recent poll that the Democrat generic Congressional Ballot advantage has dwindled to three points, 47 percent to 44 percent among registered voters, two points below the five point generic advantage Democrats need to hold onto the 196 seats they currently hold. That five point bar is due to the significant gerrymandering advantage Republicans obtained when Republican majority state legislatures in states that had Democrat majority legislatures in 2000 redrew Congressional district lines after the 2010 census.  The CNN poll of 901 registered voters was conducted between May 2 and 5, and has a margin of error of 3.8 points.

The fall to a three point advantage has been a steep one for Democrats, who according to the same CNN poll held a 16 point generic Congressional ballot advantage as recently as this past December.  And even CNN’s Chris Cillizza had to bring himself to admit that the poll could actually be good news for the Republican Party.  Cillizza wrote, “But dig into the poll further and other shoots of optimism for Republicans sprout up.”  And he then went on to add:

  1. The economy is becoming more prominent as a voting issue, as Trump recedes somewhat. More than 8 in 10 voters (84%) say the economy will be “extremely” or “very” important to their votes, while 64% say the same of the President. The better the economy does — or is perceived to be doing — and the less that people see the 2018 election as a straight referendum on Trump, the better for Republican chances.
  2. While Trump’s job approval numbers remain stuck in the low 40s, he appears to be less of a drag on congressional Republicans today than he was a few months ago. In January, 52% said they would be more likely to vote for a congressional candidate who opposes Trump, while 41% said they’d be more likely to back someone who supports him. That margin has narrowed in the new poll; 48% said they’d rather choose a candidate who opposes Trump, while 43% prefer a candidate who supports the President.
  3. Republicans are getting more interested in the 2018 election. In March, just 1 in 3 GOPers (and GOP-leaning independents) said they were “very enthusiastic” about the midterms. That number is up to 44% in the new CNN survey.

Now even with all that said the RealClearPolitics Average of Polls paints a slightly better picture for the Democrats, currently giving them a 6.1 percent generic Congressional ballot advantage.  Yet even though Nancy Pelosi has been very loudly and quite publicly measuring the drapes in the Speaker’s Office for some time now, her advisers who are reading the latest polls may well be telling her it would not be prudent to begin selecting new patterns quite yet, or to at least be doing so a bit more quietly and a little less publically.  But I doubt Ms. Pelosi will soon be following anyone’s advice in that regard.  She seems convinced the Democrats “Will Win!”

Or, should those of us on the right consider this CNN poll as being little more than another bit of ‘fake news’, the purpose of which is to lull us into what is meant to be some false sense of security or into thinking that we have this thing all but completely wrapped up?   Might a better strategy, on our part, be to simply ignore any and all polls, and simply work as hard as we possibly can to elect more ‘Trump’ Republicans to Congress?  The president has done the best he can with the ‘help’ that he now has.  But it’s time for us to step up.  The ‘midterm tradition’ is about to be hammered.  We MUST NOT surrender Congress to the party of slavery, amnesty, and illegal aliens.

To be honest, Democrats are little more than the political equivalent of drug dealers whose ‘success’ is measured only by how many ‘constituents’ they are able to keep firmly addicted to government ‘freebies’, who then willingly cast their vote in exchange for obtaining the ‘fix’ that only Democrats are willing to provide.  Of course there is no real ‘fix’ only a business model that provides the party with a near endless pool of voters and which provides not one clue about fixing such issues as joblessness, drug dependency or crime.  If anything the Democrats do their darnedest to keep all of those things going the same way that they aggressively support open borders.

I feel pretty confident in saying that Americans all across the political spectrum have become tired of the incessant, relentless and pretty much nonstop political BS.  People are experiencing negativity overload and are now so sick of all the repetitive lies and fictitious scandals that simply don’t appear to accurately reflect any sort of reality.  The leftists will remain tone deaf, vile and nasty, because hate and lies are all they know, it’s their default mode, which they substitute for true solutions.   But as we all know, the left doesn’t really want real solutions. They can only survive by sowing discord and disunity. The left is a joke, an asinine parody of reality.

So it would seem to me that the ONLY viable option available to those of us who are so desperately in search of real solutions for what are some very real problems is to, like it or not, vote for those who, at least going in, say they will support the president that we elected.  It seems to make absolutely no sense to me to vote for those, in either party, whose only interest is in trying for a do-over regarding the last election.  The time has come to move on.  There are issues in need of being addressed, and while we have a president willing to tackle those issues, he has now gone about as far as he can by himself.  Those in Congress are going to need to do their part.

And that’s where we the voters come in.  As I mentioned earlier there have been numerous Democrats who have already made it very clear what their priorities will be when, and not if, they are permitted to again assume control of the House, and, perhaps, the Senate as well.  And those priorities include, but are obviously not limited to, the impeaching of our duly elected president, the attempting to revisit our recent tax cuts and to do all that can be done to stifle the Trump agenda.  These are not the priorities for making America stronger, safer or more prosperous, and therefore are not the priorities that we the American people should be voting for.



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I tend not to spend much time speculating about polls, especially those that at least ‘appear’ to be favorable to those on my side.  But at the risk of jinxing things I felt it necessary to spend a few minutes regarding some new ‘Morning Consult’ polls that apparently show the Democrats ‘could be’ in serious trouble in Senate races all across the country.  Because it’s at this particular moment that it appears Republicans now have serious leads in West Virginia where incumbent Democrat Joe Manchin trails by 14 points, in North Dakota where incumbent Democrat Heidi Heitkamp trails by 8, and in Indiana where incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly trails by 5.

Also Democrats also seem to be in a bit of trouble in Missouri, where incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill trails by 5, in Montana where incumbent Democrat Jon Tester trails by 5, in Florida where incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson is locked in a near-deadlock with Rick Scott, and in Pennsylvania and Ohio where incumbent Democrats Bill Casey and Sherrod Brown are leading by less than two points each, plus Virginia, where Timmy Kaine leads by just 3 on the generic ballot.  So the best-case scenario has the Republicans actually winning up to nine additional Senate seats.  But November is still a very long way away and there is much that can happen.

The polls also ‘appear’ less than favorable for the Democrats in the House where the RealClearPolitics poll average for the generic ballot has Democrats up 6.7%, but the polls are all over the place.  The Economist/YouGov has Democrats with a 3-point lead, Quinnipiac has Democrats with an 8-point lead, as does Monmouth.  The best available data seems to suggest that Democrats are heavy favorites to take the House, but face a seriously uphill battle to take the Senate from Republicans.  This is a rarity in modern politics; the last time a president’s party picked up seats in the Senate but lost seats in the House was Ronald Reagan back in 1982.

And it was in 1970 that Richard Nixon’s Republicans lost 12 seats in the House but picked up two seats in the Senate.  And it was in 1962 that Kennedy’s Democrats lost four House seats but gained three Senate seats. Today, Republicans are expected to lose dozens of House seats but could simultaneously pick up a half-dozen Senate seats.  Given our wildly divisive politics, this isn’t particularly shocking.  But it is a sign that our national divisions are serious and regional — that politics can’t easily be nationalized. And that means that President Trump still has a path in 2020 to victory, if he can eke out wins in the same states he did in 2016.

One thing that I would like to think that the Republicans may have in their favor is a Democrat platform that has as its major planks things like reparations and the ‘promise’ of gutting much of our First and Second Amendment rights.  And then there’s the Democrat Party’s intense hatred of all white people especially those who reside in ‘Red’ states.  To me that would seem to be a losing platform.  And also, instead of the usual relatively muted response to a presidential defeat that they usually display, they lost their freaking minds and have therefore put conservatives on the defense instead of lulling them into an apathetic stupor.

I do kind of like the way the election is shaping up.  We have prosperity, a level of which that hasn’t been seen for decades, a possible big triumph over North Korea, and growing black support, a mainstay of the Democrats has seen a nearly 10 point erosion in just this week as people wake up to the idea that being employed and having control of your life is better than being dependent on Democrat politicians on the welfare plantation.  If Trump or the Republicans pick up another few points in approval I think both the Senate and the House can be held.  With a solid control of Congress Trump can proceed with making America great again.

While we know Paul Ryan will not be returning, those now being mentioned most prominently as candidates for his replacement would bring about little change.  What I think would go a very long way in helping the Republicans maintain control of the House is Rep. Jim Jordan being selected as Ryan’s successor.  If voters knew going in that Jordan would be the next Speaker it just might be what the doctor ordered as far as convincing people to give the Republicans one more shot at being the majority party.  And over in the Senate, Mitch McConnell has got to go.  He has been nothing but an abject failure as the majority leader in the Senate.

And you wouldn’t think the antics of congressional Democrats over the course of the last two years would convince enough voters that they deserve being in charge of Congress. Time and again they have continually demonstrated that they have absolutely no interest in helping working class Americans.  They are all about getting power, but when they get it, do nothing positive with it.  A perfect example of that would be the first two years of Barry’s first term when all they did was to force ‘passage’ of Obamacare, which hasn’t stopped costing us money and unraveling since day one.  Do we really want to go down that road again?


Nancy Pelosi Holds Weekly Press Conference At The Capitol

Well, to hear Nancy Pelosi tell it, it’s pretty much all over but the cryin’, or time to turn out the lights, the Republican Party is over.  Pelosi is pretty confident that she’s going to take Speaker of the House Paul Ryan’s job after the mid-term elections this November.  So much so that it was earlier this week that she told The Boston Globe, “We will win. I will run for speaker. I feel confident about it. And my members do, too.”  She said, “It’s important that it not be five white guys at the table, no offense.”  And she added, “I have no intention of walking away from that table.”

If Democrats do retake the House, Pelosi is certain to face resistance from members of her own party who want her to step aside.  It was Democrat Rep. Seth Moulton who told The Globe, “I think there’s a strong desire out there in America for new leadership in Washington, not just getting rid of Republicans but getting new leadership in the Democratic Party.”  Moulton has repeatedly called on Pelosi to quit her leadership post before November, so she doesn’t hurt Democrats’ chances in the midterms. If her interview with The Globe is any indication, Pelosi isn’t worried.

Pelosi stressed the significance of her being the only woman who holds a top position in the House, Senate and the White House, saying: “It’s important that it not be five white guys at the table, no offense. I have no intention of walking away from that table.”  One unnamed Pelosi ally was quoted by ‘The Hill’ as saying, “The problem that Pelosi complainers have is that no one can beat her. And that continues to be the case. Who’s going to beat Nancy Pelosi? There’s no one that can. So she’ll win in the Caucus, and then she’ll win on the floor.”  But let’s hope it doesn’t come to that.

But with all that said, it’s still a bit too early to start speculating, as the Democrats will need to turn 23 seats blue in order to win back the House.  As many on the left have hoped their voters will show up to turn the tides, an opinion piece in ‘The Hill’ said on Monday that the Democrats are “dreaming” if they expect a blue wave in the upcoming mid-terms this year.  While I am doubtful that there will be any sort of a blue wave, I do recognize the fact that history is on the side of the Democrats.  But I also feel that these are not normal times and political history may not apply.

You may, or may not, recall that it was Pelosi who served as the nation’s first female Speaker of the House from 2007 to 2011.  And it was in 2010 that she led her party to what was a rather crushing defeat in the 2010 midterm elections, after forcing Obamacare through the lower chamber, infamously declaring: “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.” She defied expectations that she would resign after her party’s defeat, and repeatedly fought off internal challengers to retain her “iron grip” on power — in the Globe‘s words — within her caucus.

She has rejected claims that she’s too old, at 78, to lead, dismissing concerns about her mental sharpness and physical stamina by speaking on the floor of the House earlier this year for more than eight uninterrupted hours on behalf of so-called “Dreamers”.  Some Democrats are irritated at Pelosi’s efforts to intervene in primary races to push out “progressive” candidates that appeal to the party base but who are considered less likely to win in a general election.  Republicans believe that Pelosi will help their prospects in November by motivating conservatives to vote against her.

For those who get it, preventing Pelosi from once again becoming Speaker should be enough to encourage every red blooded patriotic American to the voting booth.  Democrats have already made it very clear that ‘WHEN’ they take control of the House, and perhaps the Senate as well, after this November’s election the Trump Agenda will be declared to be officially dead.  So the Democrats have thrown down the gauntlet and it’s up to the American people to now decide how best to respond.  And the question that remains to be answered is, are we up to the challenge?

And if the American people truly are stupid enough to hand back to the Democrats control of the House, or the Senate or, God forbid, both, it will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that they have now officially thrown in the towel on our once great American Republic and are using those in the Republican Party incapable of keeping their promises as their excuse for doing do.  It’s just that simple.  That way it’s not REALLY their fault but the fault of the RINOs who have lied to them.  But I intend to neither stay home this November nor vote Democrat.  I will vote for my country.

And the goal of every freedom loving American must be to do all that they can to expedite the demise of the Democrat Party.  And if that requires the voting for a RINO this time around, so be it.  Because if the Democrat Party loses in the midterms, I have no doubt that the party may very well go into a tailspin. The Bernie wing crazies will not be contained by the wealthiest of Democrats like Pelosi. The infighting could be expansive.  Another Democrat loss could just be that final nail in the coffin of a party that has now moved so far left as to represent a serious threat to our country.



It’s unfortunate but the current situation in which we Republicans now find ourselves, regarding November’s election, can be blamed directly on those in our leadership positions.  And it is those same individuals who, very clearly, have no business being in those positions.  As I’m sure many are well aware, the general consensus is that the Republicans will almost certainly lose the House and could quite possibly lose the Senate as well.  And it has much to do with the fact that our ‘leaders’ chose to support a $1.3 Trillion omnibus bill, which was not just the most reckless spending bill in history, it was an abject surrender on every single political and policy pledge made to those who put them in office.  They have now botched every opportunity presented to them that would have resulted in November’s election being a runaway for them.

And it’s been this way practically from the very beginning.  First, they asked for control of the House and its appropriations authority to right the fiscal ship, and as importantly, to end Obamacare. In 2010, they got it — and immediately stated they could do nothing without the Senate.  In 2014, they were awarded that, too — and just as quickly declared they could do nothing without the White House.  So, in 2016 they were handed that, and with it complete control of the legislative process, and with no more excuses available what exactly have they done?   They surrendered without a fight to where any real advances that have come, have been driven by the White House.  Congress has done nothing.  But I still maintain that our ONLY viable option come this November has us essentially saving the Republicans from themselves.

Here’s the difference, as I see it, between the two parties.  For the past eight years, the GOP has been the party that begins each conversation with, “This is why we can’t do it.” The Democrats begin theirs with, “This is how we’ll get it done.”  That needs to be seen very clearly for what it is, a failure of ‘leadership.’  Who we must have in those positions of leadership are those who are capable of creating smart political strategies and are able to craft much needed legislative victories.  And the part we have to play, as voters, is to keep the Republicans in control long enough, and to make all concerned well aware that while we remain willing to back the Republicans for now, there must be an endgame in sight.  There must be the advancing of an agenda the purpose of which is to prevent any further slippage to the left.

Our Republican members of Congress need to get busy and they can start by showing a willingness to wrap themselves around the president in order to save him from impeachment.  This means publicly embracing him as their leader.  More to the point, it means supporting everything he puts on the table from here through November, and doing so with great enthusiasm.  They must get to work on reversing the disastrous $1.3 Trillion omnibus and to finally kill Obamacare once and for all, because nothing less will do.  Republicans must stop the funding of an organization that proudly massacres more than 300,000 babies annually with $450,000,000 dollars taken from American taxpayers.  They must fund border security and deliver real personal tax cuts to the American people.  These are the reasons people voted for Republicans.

Here is the bottom line. On September 30th, five weeks before the election, there will be the need for a new spending bill to keep the government running.  Everything that have mentioned is able to be accomplished in that one piece of legislation.  No more excuses. No more punts.  No more stalling.  Now what those of us who have tolerated much from this bunch of the last 10 years could say is: “We gave you complete control, and you not only accomplished nothing, you broke your word on virtually everything. Good-bye.”  And while we would be correct in doing so, what would be accomplished other than perhaps making ourselves ‘feel’ better?  Is that really what’s best for the long term?  Personally, I don’t think so.  Because to do so would be nothing less than a complete surrender on our part.

We who love this country had a real chance for positive change and sadly the party leadership, to be perfectly blunt, let us down.  Sadly with RINOs Ryan and McConnell leading the charge too many on our side were willing to follow them instead of doing what they were elected to do.  So now what we, the conservative voters, need to do, what we must do, is focus.  Focus our anger, our frustration and our disappointment on an effort to remove every single RINO that we can, and replace them not with some radical leftwing Democrat but with, yes, another Republican.  If we’re foolish enough to think that handing control of Congress back to the Democrats is the best way to force upon the Republicans some level of retribution then all we have done is to doom not only our country, but our children and grandchildren as well.

For those who say this far and no farther I would only ask that if we do decide to allow the much talked about “blue wave” to simply run its course, what happens then?  Because if that happens it could be an entire generation, if ever, before we may ever have another chance to regain some of what we will most assuredly lose.  The left already has near complete control of the news media including, I would argue, Fox News.  It controls our schools and therefore access to the minds of our young.  As things stand right now at least we have our foot in the door and if we were to focus on electing more would be allies of this president isn’t that at least worth the effort?  Look, we know who the RINOs are, let us be determined in our efforts to get rid of as many of them as we possibly can.  That’s what should be our mission.



We can add yet another voice to the chorus of Democrats who have now made it all too clear what their intent it should the American people be foolish enough to hand Democrats control of Congress come this November’s midterm elections.  This time around it was none other than Bernie Sander who declared in a New York Times interview on Friday that President Trump’s agenda will be “dead” if the Democrats are able to win the majority in the House or Senate in 2018.

Sanders told the times, “If Democrats control either the House or the Senate, Trump’s agenda is dead.”  Sanders also aimed criticism at Democrat Party fundraising organizations, such as the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), for not supporting progressive grassroots candidates.  Bernie went on to say, “The establishment Democrats are still, I think, looking toward candidates who can self-fund.”  On that point I think I disagree with Bernie.

Sanders gained a foothold in the 2016 Democrat primary against Hitlery by raising money for his presidential campaign mainly through small-dollar donations. The failed 2016 presidential candidate said progressive candidates on the left are more electable than conservative Democrats, adding that Americans are catching on to ideas such as universal health care.  Conservative Democrats?  That, my friends, is a breed of political animal that very long ago went extinct.

If the Democrats are successful in their effort to take control of our government it surely will signal the end of America. The Democrats will negate all of the good work that President Trump has done thus far and they will tear our Constitution to shreds. They will start with an attempt to impeach the president, move on to reversing the recent tax cuts and gutting, to the greatest extent possible, our Second Amendment, and placing all manner of limits on the First Amendment.

Once again freedom loving Americans have become this nation’s first line of defense against tyranny from within.  It’s time for patriots to again man up for the sake of the country.  Sanders, for once, is right.  Democrats can not, they MUST not, be permitted to take control of Congress.  Because if they do all that President Trump has been able to thus far achieve, in spite of opposition from the Democrats, the RINOs and the state-controlled media, will be in peril.

Democrats tell us that tax cuts are bad, the fact that unemployment down is bad, more minorities able to find a job is bad, higher wages are bad, miners going back to work is bad, rising consumer confidence is bad, in short anything that can now be said to be better because of President TRUMP is bad.  Meanwhile open borders is good, illegal immigrants being able to vote is good, illegal immigrant are the best folks this country has and, of course, paying higher taxes ALWAYs good.

The goal for conservatives in this November’s election has got to be on getting President Trump MORE help.  Democrats and RINOs MUST go, for they are the impediments in making America great again.  The American people know why they elected President Trump.  And the decision for them this time around, is do they vote for those who will work to advance the Trump agenda or for more of those who will, as Bernie has promised, work to kill it.  The choice is very clear.