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If you spend any amount of time listening to the Democrats you’d swear that President Trump is nothing but a Russia-colluding racist Hell bent on destroying the lives of every single Black, and Hispanic, person in America.  Now if that were in fact true, then we’d have to agree that President Trump is failing, and pretty miserably so, on all fronts since it can now be said that he is the architect of what is the best economy in recent history to the benefit of ALL people both white and non-white!

I can say that because we recently got news that the unemployment rate for blacks and now fallen to the lowest level ever recorded, in August, dropping from 6 percent to 5.5 percent.  As a result, the persistent gap between white and black unemployment also narrowed to its smallest on record.  But wait, how can this be?  Why would someone who is as racist as Democrats claim him to be, be the least bit interested in doing anything that would improve the lives of blacks in any way?

And it’s under the heading of ‘sad but true’ is how for decades the unemployment ratio between blacks and whites has averaged roughly 2 to 1, meaning that the black unemployment rate is typically twice that of whites.  In good times, the unemployment rate of both blacks and whites falls but the gap always remains. And in bad times, the unemployment rate for whites and blacks rises, but black unemployment typically remains around twice that of white employment.

It was a year ago that the black unemployment stood at 6.6 percent while white unemployment rate was 3.4 percent, meaning that black unemployment was 185 percent that of white unemployment.  In August, that gap narrowed to the point where black unemployment was under 162 percent of white unemployment. That is the smallest gap ever in records going back to January 1972.  This is all the more remarkable because it comes at a time of remarkably low unemployment.

Prior to the era of Donald Trump, the last time the gap fell below 170 percent was in August of 2009, when the black unemployment rate stood at 14.8 percent and the white unemployment rate was 8.9 percent.  Then the gap declined because white unemployment was increasing at a much faster rate than was the already sky-high black unemployment.  To be honest, black employment is seen as racist to a Democrat, after all, we can’t have all these people working and being self-sufficient.

In other words, the decline in employment inequality now is undeniably the best on record because it comes in the context of falling unemployment.  Now try to imagine just how low black unemployment would go if Democrats were ever to assist President Trump in stopping the flood of illegal immigrants into this country.  Hopefully more blacks will begin to take note and finally begin leaving the Democrat plantation as the Democrats seem quite satisfied to simply replace them with those here illegally.

And also, let’s not forget that it’s not only black unemployment that’s hitting a record low, but also Hispanic unemployment has tied the previous low from earlier this year. Things are going well despite the Democrats’ being more consumed than ever with Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) driven by their pure hatred of the man.  They don’t want to give President Trump any kind of a win. They have been obstructing him since day one.  Every position he takes, they take the opposite one.

Once upon a time it was Barry ‘O’ who had argued that the anemic performance of the economy during his tenure was to be “the new normal.”  Barry also said that the jobs lost were jobs lost forever, and never coming back unless, of course, Trump was to come into possession of a magic wand.  President Trump’s impressive list of accomplishments have not only added jobs but also increased consumer confidence to a rather astounding level. Black and Hispanic unemployment is an all-time low.

And yet, oddly enough, it’s the ‘leadership’ of the black community that continues to tell blacks to flock to the Democrats, who will keep them on welfare and perpetuate their victim status while they take their votes for granted.  President Trump has been a huge boon to blacks, but it’s unlikely they’ll credit him for that.  This despite the ‘fact’ the Democrat Party is the party of slavery, is the party that imposed segregation, and also fought against the civil rights acts of the 1950s and 1960s.

And it was after all of their efforts to enslave blacks, keep them enslaved, and to prevent them from voting had all failed, that the Democrats came up with an entirely new strategy: If blacks were going to vote then, by golly, they might as well be voting for Democrats.  And as President Johnson, Democrat, was quoted as having said about the Civil Rights Act, “I’ll have them n*****s voting Democrat for two hundred years.”  And he seems to have been right, at least up to this point.  Which is truly kind of sad.

It’s painfully obvious, or at least it should be, that Democrats have long seen blacks as being little more than cattle to be herded in the right direction, and have done absolutely nothing for them as far as bettering their lives.  And I’m sure that if blacks were going to “get it” they would’ve gotten it by now.  It’s not like they’re suddenly going to wake up one day and say, “wait a minute, these Democrats have done nothing for me or my community, in fact their policies have made my life worse.”

It has been said that a rising tide lifts all boats; except, of course, when the Democrats are busy drilling holes in the bottom of black folks’ boats, sinking their hopes to flee those blighted ghettos where Democrats plunder their desperation for continued power.  The Democrats have raised to an art form the ruining the economic and cultural value of the family, made easier the importing of drugs, encouraged substandard schools and all the while blaming it all on their opposition.

And yet blacks continue to vote, and in overwhelming numbers, for Democrats, the party that all but destroyed the black family and has orchestrated what has been a veritable black genocide with their murderous abortion policies. And then blacks wonder why all other races think blacks are not rational, even ignoring their propensity for criminal and violent behavior.  Personally, I’m sick of hearing blacks’ endless whining and complaints when virtually all of their problems are self-inflicted.

President Trump once asked blacks what they had to lose by voting for him.  And while the answer to that question is so obvious, most blacks have refused to even consider doing such a thing, instead falling for the idiotic drivel they are spoon fed by both members of the Democrat Party and those they continue to recognize as leaders within their community.  Which does cause one to wonder if they truly are satisfied with the crumbs that they continue to receive from the Democrats.



Frankly, I’m getting more than a little tired of hearing about how it is that President Trump has yet to make good on any of his campaign promises.  And yes I know he claimed numerous times during the campaign to be the ultimate dealmaker.  However, I think what he failed to realize is that making deals in the business world is very different than making deals in the world of politics.  Politicians are a sleazy bunch, and more often than not the potential cost of any deal can end up being rather prohibitive. And it can be rather difficult to make deals with people who have absolutely no interest in making a deal.  Because what’s become far more important to the RINOs and their Democrat friends in Congress than making any kind of a deal, is working to slow the Trump agenda to the greatest extent possible.

So it would seem only appropriate that Senate Republicans, and not President Trump, should now find themselves in the crosshairs.  Some center-right media commentators blamed the moderates, others blamed the conservatives, and some blamed both.  “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade singled out both the left and right members of the party, addressing Sens. Paul, Portman and Collins. He said, “These people are being true to their school.”  And added, “Just not true to their party, and maybe not true to their country.”  Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham singled out only conservative members Sens. Mike Lee and Rand Paul in a tweet, asking “Q[uestion] for @SenMikeLee & @RandPaul: Why is keeping Obamacare preferable to any alt[ernative] that could get 50 GOP votes in the Senate?”

And it was another conservative talk show host, Hugh Hewitt, who directed his dissatisfaction at moderate GOP Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada for opposing the bill, questioning his intelligence (“he’s not the sharpest knife in the drawer”) and lamenting the damage he has done to the Republican Party.  Heller is perhaps one of the most vulnerable GOP Senate incumbents up for re-election in 2018.  And Rush Limbaugh hammered “establishment” Republicans for being too afraid of the bill’s unpopularity: “You gotta know where to take the battle and fight, and I’m sorry — investing in the Republican leadership to carry your water? Who ever thought that would work?”  The Trump agenda will be going nowhere as long as our current leadership teams in both houses remain in place.  Thus, they need to go.

And then it was Senate Conservative Fund President Ken Cuccinelli who said in a statement that his group will “seek to identify, recruit, and fund conservative challengers against Republican senators who vote against repeal. If they won’t keep their word and if they can’t find the courage to repeal a liberal takeover of our health care system that has hurt so many American families, they should be replaced by someone who will.”  The GOP’s failure to repeal Obamacare, and the time spent doing so, jeopardizes Republican lawmakers’ ability to grapple with tax reform as well as the likelihood of passing legislation on infrastructure this year.  This could leave Trump and the Republican with no meaningful legislative victories in his first year as president all thanks to our spineless congressional leaders.

So say what you will about the president, but this latest fiasco rests 100% on Congress.  They campaigned on the promise to repeal Obamacare for straight 7 years.  They never developed an alternative plan in all that time.  Trump cannot introduce or vote on legislation, that’s Congress’ job.  And I would like to think that many of these do-nothings will never get re-elected after this mess, but I also worry that our rather ignorant electorate will make the mistake of replacing them with Democrats, and the only result from doing that would be the complete grinding to a halt of the president’s agenda. This latest fiasco should make clear that the Republicans want 1) to keep Obamacare and 2) so see Trump to fail.  And I think little doubt remains that the RINO’s would have preferred to have Hitlery win the election.

In 2015 members of Congress passed a repeal of Obamacare and sent it to Obummer’s desk, who then promptly vetoed it.  This same exact bill was again offered to these same members of the Congress and they refused to back it because they never expected Trump to be the President and were waiting to help Hitlery implement single-payer healthcare. They all need to be retired at the earliest possible date, which would be 2018.  And it this is not just about the Healthcare vote.  Republicans are spineless wimps in the face of the Democrat opposition, even when it comes to the president’s appointees. The Democrats are in the minority yet you sure can’t tell that from the spineless action of the majority.  Republicans need to be doing what the Democrats would be doing, ramming our agenda down their throats.

As I have said before, the primary focus of the 2018 midterm elections must be the exorcising from our party as many of these pathetic RINOs as possible.  That and doing all that we can to further reduce the number of Democrats in BOTH houses of Congress.  Only then can we move forward.  What I wish we could do is elect a whole new batch of Republicans who can work together for the betterment of the country.  These nefarious ego driven congressmen/women live as if they and only they know the answers to what the country needs.  If you can’t come to a consensus after sorting out ideas then you don’t belong in the group.  My take is Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, John McCain, Susan Collins and many others would like nothing more than “to see Trump fail”.   But they should be the ones who are made to fail.


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When it comes to what we commonly refer to today as our ‘state-controlled media’ I think most reasonably intelligent people are able to agree that this group of various organizations who while they may all like to call themselves ‘news’ organizations are in truth nothing more that creators of fiction, or “fake news”, that is always, or nearly always, focused solely in the direction of one political party.  And it’s many of these organizations, some of which have been around for a very long time, that have over time come to much more closely resemble purveyors of what is little more than pure political propaganda.  And as such they have essentially abandoned the American people who have now been left with an ever shrinking number of reliable sources willing to provide to them accurate and useful information.  As proof of that I would only ask if anyone genuinely believes that Barack Obama, the color of his skin notwithstanding, would have ever been elected president if those in our supposed ‘mainstream media’ had actually done their job and reported accurately when it came to exactly who this man was at the time.

And in reviewing the events that took place over the course of our most recent presidential campaign, who can deny the fact that it was this very same group of ‘news’ organizations that attempted to do everything within its ‘power’ to sway voter opinion and to create the false impression that the candidate they were so obviously supporting was nothing more invincible and her election was inevitable.  It would seem that their game plan was, through the use of bogus polls and patently false ‘news’ stories, to advance the notion that there was simply no way she could possibly lose and doing so in the hope that they would be able to convince enough of those who supported her opponent that theirs was a lost cause and that they might just as well stay home on Election Day.  They were determined to let nothing stand in the way of their effort to convince voters that she was without a doubt the most qualified person to ever run for president, and certainly more qualified than was her opponent who they portrayed as a mere novice when it came to such important matters as international relations, national defense and terrorism.

But as we all saw on Election Day, all of their hard work was, thankfully, all for naught because their favored candidate, the one they had tried so very hard to get elected, the one they had tried so hard to convince the American people was the best person for the job, came up short.  And while they persist, to this day, in their claim that she did win the ‘popular vote’ it’s always that they very conveniently leave out of their argument that the ‘only’ reason she was even able to accomplish that feat was all because of one state, California.  So once the loss of their candidate was confirmed it was almost immediately after that that the search to come up with what could then be used as a plausible excuse for the loss was launched.  Because there had to some sinister, some clandestine reason, some sort of foul play involved, to explain why their perfect candidate somehow came up short.  Because there could be no other reason that could possibly explain her loss.  They honestly wondered who it was that could not bring themselves to vote for such an highlyly qualified candidate.  Yet, millions of Americans did not!

So immediately after their candidate was declared the loser it became necessary, I guess, for those who felt that they had somehow been robbed of a victory because of some sort of shenanigans, was to come up with some sort retaliatory measures, or a Plan ‘B’ so to speak, that could then be implemented against the new president in order to undermine, to the greatest extent possible, his ability to properly execute the duties of his job.  Once the plan was properly formulated, it didn’t take long for all the players to get onboard.  So there now continues what can only be described as a very coordinated effort between members of the Democrat Party and their many minions in the ‘state-controlled’ media to undermine the presidency of Donald Trump.  And it would seem to matter very little to them that despite having no facts or evidence to support any of their wild claims they continue to spew all manner of accusations the purpose of which is to destroy our president.  And it is out of some genuine concern for our country that they seek to remove our president?  No, it’s all about revenge, and nothing more.

Which brings to what I’m quite sure everyone is by now very familiar with as being the latest dustup involving the president and his decision to fire the Director of the FBI.  And as part of the ongoing campaign to unseat our duly elected president it was just this week that we had the Washington Post and the New York Times acting as partners in crime as they each published new versions of the story of how former FBI director James Comey came to be fired.  Each of the articles, published late Wednesday, seeks to explain more details about how President Trump arrived at his decision, and each aims to catch the White House in alleged contradictions between its official account of how the decision was made, and how it actually happened.  Now as is usually the case whenever dealing with any of these promotors of “fake news”, a certain degree of trepidation is always required.  One should always take anything that they may say with a significant grain of salt.  Truth is something that seems to be in very short supply whenever you’re dealing with anyone in either the Democrat Party or the ‘state-controlled. Media.

Anyway, it was the Post story that characterized Trump’s decision as a “sudden” one, driven by “anger and impatience,” and by a desire to stop the FBI’s investigation into supposed connections between the Trump campaign and Russia. The Post says that President Trump initiated a meeting with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein — not the other way around. It portrays them as anxious to fulfill “the boss’s orders,” and suggests that Trump felt events were “spiraling out of his control.” Perhaps the most startling claim is that Rosenstein threatened to resign after the narrative emerging from the White House on Tuesday evening cast him as a prime mover of the decision to fire Comey.” The Post relies on a single source — “a person close to the White House” for that rather sensational claim. Interestingly, the Post story also portrays the testimony of former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates on Monday as damaging to the White House — although there were no new details revealed about the Russia investigation.

Meanwhile, the Times story is a bit more circumspect, saying Trump’s decision on Comey had less to do with fear of the Russia investigation and more with irritation at Comey’s political grandstanding. The article claims, “He was particularly irked when Mr. Comey said he was ‘mildly nauseous’ to think that his handling of the email case had influenced the election, which Mr. Trump took to demean his own role in history.”  Curiously, the Times story claims that White House adviser Steve Bannon was a dissenting voice — which contradicted earlier speculation by a Times reporter. The Times does not go as far as the Post in concluding that Trump initiated the Department of Justice review that led to Comey’s firing, leaving the order of events a bit more vague and including the White House’s explanation.  The two accounts agree that there was near-unanimity in the White House about firing Comey, and that the White House was surprised by the public backlash. Neither suggests an imminent FBI breakthrough on the Russia probe.

Operating under the Watergate template, and salivating over the prospects of a similar conclusion, those in our state-controlled media will likely endeavor to suggest that “the cover-up was worse than the crime”, even though there has been no cover-up, and no evidence of any crime.  What these leftwing zealots fail to grasp is that ”We the People” now pay very little attention to them and that we now consider them as being little more than the propaganda arm if the Democrat Party.  And of course what I’m referring to is anyone once referred to as the ‘mainstream media’.  But as most of us are now aware, sadly there is very little about abut modern day media complex that can, in any way, be described as “mainstream.”  They keep trying to tell us what to think not realizing we’ve moved beyond them.  There’s no direct evidence that Trump has any ties to Russia, yet the media has a hysterical obsession.  Yet there are stacks of evidence that Hitlery committed numerous felonies with respect to her email and secret information which the media couldn’t care less about.  And yet, there isn’t any bias, and no, they aren’t ‘fake news.’

Our ‘fake news’ organizations have spent more time on this non-scandal scandal than they spent on all of Barry’s bona fide scandals combined.  Remember the Benghazi massacre where four Americans dead, including the US Ambassador, Obama’s War in Libya WITHOUT Congressional approval, the great “stimulus” “shovel-ready” heist, Eric Holder held in contempt of Congress, the IRS Targeting Scandal with the destruction and wiping of servers and Lois Lerner’s testimony, ‘Fast and Furious’, the GSA scandal, the lies and deceit of ObamaCare, the Iran nuclear deal and ransom payment, the EPA Cover-up of the pollution of the Colorado River, the VA death-list scandal, Barry’s “Red Line” in the sand to Syria, and refusal to back it up which helped destroy US credibility, Hitlery’s e-mail’s and her Secret, Unsecured Server, Hitlery’s RUSSIAN Uranium deal, ‘Slick’ and Hitlery’s Foundation – Pay for Play, ‘Slick’s’ meeting Loretta Lynch on the Phoenix Tarmac days before Comey reveals his findings and conclusions about the Hitlery e-mail scandal, Barry holdovers illegally leaking the names of Trump associates to the press, and the list goes on!

So here we are seven months into the Trump presidency and still ZERO evidence of any collusion with Russia.  Zip, Zero, Zilch, Nadda!  We know that Trump didn’t collude with Russia, because if any evidence had been found our supposed ‘news’ would have wasted no time in making sure that it became a big problem for the president.  And yet nothing but silence and admissions that they have nothing.  Still I can’t understand how anyone would ever think that Russia would rather have someone like Trump over someone like Hitlery, on whom they likely possess all manner of blackmail ammunition.  So I find myself wondering how many of my fellow Americans remain able to take seriously any of these politicians and ‘journalists’ who are so very obviously suffering from what is a most severe case of ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’.  These people have now allowed themselves to become so consumed by such a level of hatred they come across as sounding completely insane.  And how does their bizarre behavior convince those who may disagree with them that what they’re claiming is anything other than some crazy leftwing conspiracy?



As I have likely said before, not that it makes much difference at this point, when the process of electing a new president first began, a process that seems to have gone on for far longer than it really has, I was pretty firmly in the camp of Ted Cruz.  But as the campaign continued and it became obvious that Trump was going to be more than just a flash in the pan, the change that came about in both Cruz’s demeanor, as well as his tactics, caused to me to question by decision to support him.  That said, I did vote for him in my state’s primary while the other two members of my immediate family went with Trump.  And as time went by and 17 was reduced to 15 then to 12 and to 3 then 2 and finally to 1 candidate, I was then forced into a decision that I never thought I would be making.  And since I could not imagine myself sitting out what I still see as the most important election in my lifetime, I chose to, still somewhat reluctantly, to climb on board the ‘Trump Train.’

Now with all the being said, while I do not regret my decision to do so, my biggest issue with Trump then, remains my biggest issue still.  And that is the issue of trust.  We have had a president for the last eight year who, time after time after time, gave us reason after reason not to trust him.  And in candidate Trump I was looking for someone who I could, and without any reservation, bring myself to trust.  And I want to be able to trust Mr. Trump to do the things that he said he would do.  Now I’m not naïve enough to think that he’ll be able to do everything, but he must do all that he can.  So if Mr. Trump, chooses not to keep the promises he made to those who supported him throughout his campaign, or fails to continue to rid the country of political correctness and the liberal initiatives, then he will be a one term president because his supporters, including myself, will abandon him as just another establishment type who blew smoke to the American people.

Trust me when I say that I want nothing more than to see President Trump succeed, and to succeed in a very big way.  Actually, mere words cannot describe how much I want him to succeed.  And as word has now come that he doesn’t intend on prosecuting Hitlery, while I disagree with his decision, I can, in a way, understand it.  But he needs to understand this, that he has now gotten the only ‘freebee’ that he’s going to be getting from me, and he hasn’t even been sworn in yet.  Granted, I’m pretty sure that Mr. Trump would be unlikely to consider me as being someone who he needs to be taking advice from, but I’ve never been shy when it comes to handing out free advice.  However, it was millions like myself who made it possible for Mr. Trump to win and it is us with whom he needs to make sure to follow through.  He ran as being an outsider, and he needs to remain true to that outsider philosophy.  So it’s to our President-elect that I would just like to say:

  1. Relax. The campaign is over. And it was pretty brutal, pretty much from start to finish. But it’s over now; you won, and won against what many had said were some pretty formidable odds. The entire establishment was arrayed against you and did everything they could to vilify you.  Regarding the ‘Establishment Republicans’, you were viewed as being a direct threat to their fiefdoms, so they were compelled to try to destroy you.  When they failed, most headed for the tall grass rather than to support you, and now, of course, it’s quite the different story.  So make ’em squirm.

And then we have the Democrat establishment types.  Even better.  Because when the swamp is finally drained, they’re headed down the commode with the rest of the sewage, and they know it.  Enjoy the scene.  Relish it.  It will be like something out of “Night of the Living Dead,” except in this case the zombies that have been feasting on America will be headed over a cliff.

Hollywood?  Academia?  They won’t be able to build safe spaces fast enough, or large enough for this pathetic crowd.  In fact, they’ll probably come to you for infrastructure funding.  Resist.  Suggest they work out their aggressions with therapeutic wall-building.

  1. Laugh. Because there is nothing that infuriates those on the left more than to see someone who not only is not intimidated by them but also bursts out laughing at them whenever attacked. So do it and watch your popularity soar.  It won’t be just that supposedly “angry” base that will chuckle along.  This will transcend your base.  Your political enemies in Washington will attack you viciously and personally.  Don’t take the bait.  Go Reagan and laugh at them.  You will bring millions to your side.  The enemy of my enemy is my friend, especially when my friend is ridiculing my enemy.
  2. Pick and choose your TV spots. Barry “Almighty” could safely navigate TV at will because the entertainment industry unanimously slobbered all over him, unlike any president in modern history. Trust me when I say that that ain’t gonna happen with you. The Stephen Colberts and Bill Mahers despise you and will low-blow you at every opportunity.  Refuse their invitations for appearances.  More importantly, demand that no one in your administration give these leftists the time of day.  That said, there are those in that industry who will poke fun at you without the ugly edge — Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, etc.  You’ve shown a thick skin with them.  Keep it up. Take a page from President George H. W. Bush.  No one laughed harder at Dana Carvey’s devastating impersonation of him, and that was at the White House with Carvey as his guest.
  3. And please, stop tweeting! You were right to say that tweeting is a terrific way to communicate directly with the American people. You showed your marketing brilliance by employing this weapon before anyone. It worked beautifully for you.  But enough already.  You’re the president-elect now. It’s so beneath the office!  It’s sad!  The public expects leadership and gravitas.  It could be embarrassing! You don’t need to use this medium.  It’s unnecessary!  When you need to say something formally, let your staff release a statement.  Want to personalize that statement? Conduct an interview. You’ll never disappoint.
  4. Pay attention to the experts — NOT. The editors at The New York Times and the Washington Post have serious thoughts on the direction your administration should take. There are profound ideas coming from seasoned political observers at PBS and NPR. I know it doesn’t appear this way, but the anchors (and producers and reporters and executives) at NBC, ABC and CBS do want to help. By all means, have them in for a chat.  Hear them out. Then laugh out loud while you throw them out.  Watch as they pull out their cellphones on the sidewalk to furiously tweet their feelings to the world: “@realDonaldTrump hurt our feelings! #needasafespace! #whereismygriefcounselor? Sad!”

And finally I would like to offer just one final suggestion to our President-elect:

  1. You were elected primarily on the basis of being a POLITICAL OUTSIDER, and by choosing now not to follow through with the promise to prosecute the Clinton Mob, you’re likely to end up looking like a – POLITICAL INSIDER. And like I said earlier, while I disagree with the decision, I guess I can understand it.  But there is most definitely a limit to my generosity, and the millions of those like me, and it would be wise to keep that in mind.  The ball is now in your court.  We will be watching, we have put all our faith in you, and we have some pretty high expectations.

So, for whatever it’s worth, that’s all I have to say.  Expectations are now very high for President Trump, at least from those of us who voted for him.  After eight years of Barry ‘O’, Mr. Trump now has a very long way to go and relatively short time to get there.  So it will be important for him to hit the deck running.  Because if he hasn’t made what voters will come to judge as significant progress within the next two years, or when the next midterm elections roll around, he can fully expect to see the Republicans lose control of one or perhaps both houses of Congress.  So he needs to get on the stick right out of the gate and drag, kicking and screaming if necessary, his Republican majorities in Congress right along with him.  Time is of the absolute essence and he has quite the mess to clean up.  Barry once said that it was the Republicans who had put America in the ditch, well if that’s the case, Barry has buried us up to our collective neck in quicksand.  And we’re sinking fast.



I think it quite reasonable to say that, comparatively speaking, the easy part for Mr. Trump is now over.  Because what lies ahead is likely to be far more challenging than even he possibly ever imaged.  But above all else he must remain true to those, like myself, who saw something in him that made him worthy of our support.  President Trump will need to very wary of those ‘Establishment’ Republicans in Congress who could choose to take part in what would be a clandestine effort to slow, or even stop, his progress forward.  And he must ignore any calls to be ‘reasonable’, to not push too hard, and any warnings to not force any particular issue.  But most importantly he should shy away from calls to compromise with Democrats and any suggestions that maybe he shouldn’t name one of the [Supreme Court] justices who are conservative who’s on his list, but should, instead, maybe find a nice moderate acceptable to the Democrats.

Because were he to venture down that road it would be nothing short of a disaster, because it would be in very short order that he would come to lose the support of those who made his election possible.  And Mr. Trump, while experienced in the world of business, remains very much of a novice in the world of politics.  Those whom he places around him must make sure that he remains vigilant when it comes to the many dangers he may come to face from those ‘establishment’ types, dangers that will likely not come in the form of any open fight, but will come much more covertly.  The danger is that those enemies from within will likely opt for honeyed words of subversion that undermines the entire movement to make America great again.   And while Mr. Trump should be magnanimous and gracious toward those whom he defeated this week, his first duty is to keep faith with those who put their faith in him.

The many protests and riots together with the violence that have attended his triumph in city after city should only serve to steel his resolve.  As for promptings that he “reach out” and “reassure” those upset by his victory, and trim or temper his agenda to pacify them, Trump should reject that out of hand as being bad advice of the worst kind.  This is nothing more than more of the same old con.  Trump should take as his models the Democrats FDR and LBJ.  Franklin Roosevelt, who had savaged Herbert Hoover as a big spender, launched his own New Deal in his first 100 days.  History now hails his initiative and resolve.  Lyndon Johnson exploited his landslide over Barry Goldwater in 1964 to erect his Great Society in 1965: the Voting Rights Act, Medicare and Medicaid.  He compromised on nothing, and got it all.  And if it was good enough for these Democrats then Mr. Trump should consider it as being good enough for him.

Because the historic opportunity that he and the Republican Party have now been given by his stunning and unanticipated victory of November 8 will not last long.  His adversaries and enemies in politics and in the state-controlled media are only temporarily dazed and reeling.  They will recover quickly.  This opening should be exploited now, President Trump must strike while the iron is hot.  Few anticipated Tuesday morning what we would have today: a decapitated Democrat Party, with the Obamas and Clintons gone or going, taking ‘Slow Joe’ Biden with them, no national leader rising, and only the power of obstruction, of which the nation has had enough.  The Republican Party, however, on January 20, will control both Houses of Congress and the White House, with there being the real possibility of remaking the Supreme Court in the image of the late Justice Antonin Scalia.  And not a second should be wasted.  Time is far too precious.

And while Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan have indicated they are willing to work with President Trump, only time will tell if they are part of the team or nothing more than ‘establishment’ saboteurs only out for themselves.  Because knowing these two sleazy characters as I’m sure we all do, what actions they actually take to either help or to hinder Mr. Trump will be far more telling than any of the words they have uttered thus far.  And I’m sure it won’t take very long before we see whether they will prove to be men of their word, or will proved to be nothing more than the gutless RINOs that history tells us is far more likely.  There is nothing to prevent the new Republican Party from writing history but themselves.  In his first few months in office, Trump could very well put a seal on American politics as indelible as that left by Ronald Reagan.  But he must be up for the challenges that lie ahead.

And here’s what really needs to happen, and right out of the gate.  On January 20, Mr. Trump should have vetted and ready to nominate to the high court a brilliant constitutionalist and strict constructionist.  He should act to end interference with the Dakota Access pipeline and call on Congress to re-enact legislation, vetoed by Barry, to finish the Keystone XL pipeline.  Then he should repeal all regulations put in place by Barry that unnecessarily restrict the production of the oil, gas and clean coal necessary to make America energy independent again.  Folks in Pennsylvania, southeast Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia should be shown, by executive action, that Mr. Trump is a man of his word.  And when the mines open again, he should be there.  He should order new actions to seal the Southern border, start the wall and begin visible deportations of felons who are in the country illegally.

And then, with a new education secretary, President Trump should announce White House intent to work for repeal of Common Core and announce the introduction of legislation to put federal resources behind the charter schools that have proven to be a godsend to inner-city black children.  He should propose an immediate tax cut for U.S. corporations, with $2 to $3 Trillion in unrepatriated profits abroad, who will bring that money home and invest it in America, to the benefit of our economy and our Treasury.  He should take the president’s phone and pen and begin the rewriting, or complete repeal, of every one of Barry’s executive orders that does not comport with the national interest or political philosophy of the GOP.  Mr. Trump should announce a date soon for repeal and replacement of Obamacare and introduction of his new tax-and-trade legislation to bring back manufacturing and create American jobs.

Mr. Trump said throughout his campaign that this election was America’s last chance.  And that if we were to lose this one, we would likely lose the country.  And I very much agree with that sentiment, which is how I came to be onboard ‘The Trump train’ in the first place.  He has now been blessed with a very rare opportunity and he must seize it.  And as our soon to be president he must ignore his more cautious counselors, and act with the urgency of his declared beliefs.  His window of opportunity may be prove to be very brief, perhaps only two years.  He must support all who supported him and forget those who did not, with no appeasement offered to the liberal establishment.  He should work with those in the ‘Established Republicans’ who desire that same return to responsible government and against those that want only to maintain the status quo.  He has a mandate from the people to change our system for the better, and now he must act on it.

And what must always be kept at the forefront is the fact that those on the left do not want unity, nor reconciliation, nor healing.  And I feel very confident in saying that if we had been unfortunate enough to have had Hitlery win this most crucial of elections, there would already be talk of hate speech laws, of purging our voices from social media, of doxing and slandering political opponents and thoroughly ruining their lives.  There would now be threats being made about taking our guns, about further restricting our religious liberties, rewriting our Constitution by way of judicial fiat and of ending the sovereignty of the United States by Executive Decree.   There would be talk of creating new and improved ways to further regulate every aspect of our lives into conformity and our businesses into oblivion and how best to increase the flooding into our country of hostile aliens to ensure their perpetual dominance.  And that would just be the first 100 days.

It would appear that the American people have now chosen to put the adults back in charge of the running of their government.  While it remains far from certain, at least at this point in time, if that will come to pass, that was certainly their intent.  And we can only hope that’s how things will come to play out.  Hopefully this reemergence of a stronger and more viable right in this country will result in the repairing of at least some of the damage done by the left.  But we must be wary because the left has but two plays.  To try to shame you into virtue signaling and conceding to their agenda, or political violence.  Now that the real right has come back, and will not virtue signal, we see the left, with their hate and violence, showing who they really are. They want to destroy us.  We must not help them do it by yielding to weak calls for compromise.   Destroy them now and salt the ground. For surely, if they ever win again, they will do exactly that to us.



Now I would think that to even the most dedicated Democrat, Donald Trump’s rather stunning victory Tuesday night can be described as being nothing less than a total repudiation of Barry “Almighty’s” policies and presidency.  The very presidency that was declared to have ushered in what some said would be 40 years of Democrat rule.  Fortunately for America it fell just 32 years shy of that.  And it was after his 2008 win that Barry himself was heard to say, “Elections have consequences.”  Well Barry, NO SHIT!  And for Barry, I can only assume that it must be rather difficult for him to imagine a more consequential outcome than what occurred Tuesday night.

With the Republicans being able to maintain their control of both the House and the Senate, President-elect Trump will now be in the perfect position of being able repeal substantial parts of Barry’s legislative, anti-America, agenda, repeal his executive orders with a mere stroke of a pen, and install conservative Supreme Court justices.  And I would recommend that, and in very short order after officially assuming office, he invite Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell over to the Oval Office and make it very clear, and in no uncertain terms, what his agenda is going to be and what assistance from them he will see as being ‘required’.  I hope they’re up to it.

Now consider the opposite scenario: Had it instead been Hitlery who won the election, she would have ushered in what clearly would have been a new, and rather dark, era of American politics, The Barry “Almighty” era, a very dark era indeed.  With his former secretary of state in the White House, Barry would have been able to count on a successor who would have reliably pursued some of his most transformative and controversial policies: immigration reform, the expansion of health care and environmental regulation.  And what’s truly scary is that Barry could very well have ended up on the Supreme Court.   Talk about a nightmare scenario!

Trump has pledged to repeal every one of Barry’s damaging policies and significant reduce the thousands of new regulations that Barry put in place over the last eight years.  I’m quite sure that Barry, as well as most other Democrats, will view Trump’s election as being the equivalent of a “hostile takeover” of the White House, having the desired result of upending the political order with a new brand of politics that doesn’t neatly fit into the existing bipartisan framework.  That’s how it was described by Curt Nichols, a political science professor at Baylor University who has studied how presidential elections affect the reordering of American politics.

And in judging from his whirlwind campaigning over the past few weeks, it would appear that no one was more acutely aware of Trump’s potential threat to his legacy than Barry himself.  He recited a litany of supposed ‘accomplishments’ — from the auto industry rescue to Obamacare to the Paris climate accords.  It was in stump speeches in Ohio, North Carolina and Florida that Barry said, “All the progress we’ve made goes out the window if we don’t win this election.”  He added, “Let’s go finish what we started.”   And all were states that Trump won by appealing largely voters disaffected by the economic disruption of the last decade.

Trump’s win puts more urgency into Barry’s lame-duck presidency, as Barry will now have to redouble his efforts to solidify his agenda. The Trans-Pacific Partnership must pass on his watch, or will likely not be passed at all. With criminal justice reform less likely, he could resort even more to his power to pardon and commute sentences.  Regardless of how it ends, Barry has accomplished something that history cannot take away: He is the first African-American president, and a two-term president at that.  But consider the fact that he is also likely to go down in history as being this nation’s worst president, and is that really something to be bragged about?

Barry’s reliance on executive action in the final years of his horrendous presidency makes many of his accomplishments able to be rather easily erased.  Historians will debate whether Barry could have done more to establish a more permanent legacy, or whether he was simply the ‘victim’ of forces beyond his control.  Let’s face it, the ONLY thing that Barry has in any way been the victim of, is his own arrogance.  And it is my fervent hope that President Trump will do all that he can, and as quickly as he possibly can, to work toward making it appear as if the stain on this nation referred to as the ‘Obama Presidency’ never even existed.  It must be erased!

And it’s also according to the previously mentioned Prof. Nichols: “With this loss, President Obama loses the opportunity to go down as one of America’s great presidents.”  And the professor went onto say, “It looks like Obama has failed to exploit his opportunity to be a transformation president.”  While Barry may soon be gone he won’t soon be forgotten.  The mess that he will have left behind will surely test even Mr. Trump’s abilities.  And realistically speaking, when was it that Barry might have ever had the opportunity to go down as one of America’s great presidents?  He had no interest in being a great president, he sought only to destroy this nation!



I remain rather perplexed when it comes to trying to figure out many of my fellow Americans.  I mean here we are privileged to live in this the freest land in all the world, and yet what is it that so many us seem very determined to do?  None other than to compound the mistakes made in 2008 and again in 2012 with yet another mistake, and quite possibly the worst of all, by electing Hitlery Clinton as our next president.  What better example is there that would exemplify the definition of insanity?  That would be doing the same thing over and over again and yet expecting a different outcome.

Just as I wish I could say that I’m confident that enough of my fellow Americans will come to the right decision tomorrow when going to the polls, I can only hope that a majority of those who have already voted have, like myself, also made the right decision.  It’s been a campaign that has seemed to have gone on for much longer than it really was, and now that the end has finally arrived, never have I been so apprehensive about an election outcome.  I have to be honest in that I really don’t think that enough people are up to the challenge that this election so very clearly represents.

I must admit that I do have rather difficult time trying to figure out how it is that anyone can look at someone as corrupt, dishonest and outright sleazy as Hitlery, and still be able see a person who is fit to be our president.  Granted, Mr. Trump, far from being the ideal candidate, has said things that some people find offensive and therefore disqualifies him from being president.  However, it would seem that anything Mr. Trump may have said, pales in comparison to the very many things that Hitlery has done, some of which were blatantly illegal.  So I’m not understanding how what he has said outweighs all that she has done.

And frankly I find it all rather disappointing that there are so many Americans who seem only too happy to assist the Democrat Party in its effort to destroy our country.  I makes no sense to me.  What is it that we should most want to leave to our children?  Is it really nothing more than a lifetime spent living under an oppressive government, or a lifetime living in what America has always been known for, freedom?  I can understand those in the entertainment industry, because most of those soulless bastards relish their life of depravity and only wish to elect those who see nothing wrong with it.

It’s sad that we could now be on the verge of electing as president a person dedicated to abolishing our religious freedom as well as reducing our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms to that which is little more than words on what they see as being just a piece of paper.  And what is it with Democrats that seems to make them so happy that their country is going down the tubes?  And also has them so excited about voting for a politician who is enthusiastically in favor of not only continuing that process but has actually worked very hard doing all that she can to accelerate it?  It’s all so bizarre.

So here we are at a point where we are being provided with what could very well be the final opportunity we may ever have to salvage what’s left of our country and to perhaps get it headed back in the right direction.  And yet what is it that so many Americans are saying we should do instead?  That would of course be to vote for the one candidate in this race who has absolutely no interest whatsoever in changing our present course and who wishes to only make matters worse by taking this country even further to the left.  And Hitlery would seek to place our existence as a sovereign nation very much at risk.

And I fear that with all that Mr. Trump has going against him, between the state-controlled media, the Democrat Party and of course our many RINO NeverTrumpers, that he will not be able to pull out a victory.  And I fear our country will never be the same if Hitlery does win.  And, ya know, who is it that we really have to thank for that?  Not the Democrats, none other than the many Republicans, all of those supposed conservatives who have spent the majority of the last 6 years doing little more than to lie to us.  None of the promises they made to us about stopping Barry, have they kept.

And it would seem to me that anyone possessing even an ounce of commonsense should feel the same way.  Because if Hitlery does win it will be nothing less than a tragedy for generations of Americans yet to be born.  Her vision for the future should terrify every freedom loving American.  Because hers is a future where the government will come to acquire an increasing level of control over the citizenry, and that, my friends, is nothing more than a nightmare scenario of the very worst kind.  Hitlery is not fit to be president and she is a risk to the safety of this nation on any number of levels.

Never in my voting life have I been more fearful of how an election might turn out.  And not since the election of 1980 have the choices been so stark in their differences as they are for this election.  To me it makes a vote for Trump a no-brainer.  And yet we have those on our side who would rather see Hitlery win.  Now not wanting to sound too dramatic here, but this election will, without a doubt be life or death for our country.  The socialist policies that have been implemented over the last eight years have brought this country to where we are now teetering on the precipice.  Where will we choose to go from here?



Well the first debate between our two primary presidential candidates is now in the can.  And as far as I’m concerned it more closely resembled playing a poker game where only one player was aware the deck was marked.  And as the debate progressed it didn’t take long for one to notice on whose side old Lester Holt was operating from.  And while I don’t think Trump suffered any significant harm, being the political rookie that he is, there were plenty of missed opportunities that he could have used to blunt Holt’s effort to allow Hitlery to escape completely unscathed.

Holt had own his “Candy Crowley” moment, likely more than one if we’re being honest, at this the first debate of the 2016 presidential election on Monday night.  And it was more than a little obvious that he bowed under the pressure from Hitlery’s campaign and the liberal media by “fact-checking” Trump on the question of his support for the Iraq War.  Holt lived up to the expectations of his peers.  But he lived down to the worst expectations of conservatives, who routinely see Republican candidates treated unfairly by these leftist debate moderators.  When will we learn?

Again and again, Holt, the supposed unbiased journalist, asked Trump questions that were obviously taken straight from Hitlery’s campaign talking points, and which were obvious set-ups for Hitlery to attack (and for fact-checkers to pounce on whatever Trump asserted in his own defense).  In addition, the audience repeatedly interjected — almost always in Hitlery’s favor — and Holt didn’t bother to stop them, though it was against the rules. He only stopped the audience when there were cheers for Trump calling for Hitlery’s emails.  Take another bow, Lester. You did your job well.

Here are Lester’s five worst examples:

Tax returns. Holt never asked Hitlery about her e-mail scandal, about Benghazi, or about the Clinton Foundation and all of its rather dubious dealings. But he did ask Trump about his tax returns, arguing — not asking — that there might be questionable information in them that the American public deserved to hear.

Birther conspiracy theory. Holt never asked Hitlery about her past record of racist statements, including her “super-predator” remarks as First Lady, or her explicit appeal to “white Americans” in her 2008 primary campaign against Barry. Yet he asked Trump about the Birther conspiracy theory and cast it as racist.

Stop-and-frisk. After an exchange between the candidates over the policy of “stop-and-frisk,” Holt interjected to bolster Hitlery’s point by stating, erroneously, that stop-and-frisk had ended in New York because it had been declared unconstitutional by a court. Trump countered, correctly, that the new mayor had canceled the policy before the litigation was over.

“A presidential look.” Towards the end of the debate, Holt asked Trump about what he meant by saying Hitlery did not have “a presidential look.” He did so after noting that Hitlery had become “the first woman” to be nominated for president by a major political party, thus setting Trump up as a sexist. As Trump answered, Holt interrupted him, then gave Hitlery a chance to respond with her talking points about Trump’s past comments on women.

Iraq War. The question of whether Trump supported the Iraq War or not has been widely debated. What is beyond doubt is that Hitlery voted for it. Holt only represented one side of the debate about Trump, and never asked Hitlery about her own vote.

I’ll admit my expectations regarding Trump’s debate performance were pretty low.  There isn’t much call for debates in his current line of work.  And, I can honestly say I’ve never voted for someone based on their performance in a debate. I’ve made my mind up well before that.  I look at the fact that Trump is able to fill stadiums of 15,000 quite easily all the time while Hitlery struggles to fill a gymnasium with 200 people.  Trump could have let it rip on so many different issues, but he chose not to.  Perhaps he’ll bring up Bengazi, and so much more, next time.

And despite what we hear from the state-controlled media, Hitlery is far from being as pure as the wind driven snow.  She is without a doubt the most evil person I’ve ever seen in politics.  The Clinton Crime Machine is very much alive and well.  Come this November 8 the choice should be very clear, we will either choose Liberty or we will choose Communism.  It could not be clearer if you have watched what has happened to this country over the course of the last eight years.  You will get to decide how it is that you and your family will be able to live out the rest of your lives.

Those able to recognize the fact that our country is in big trouble must also recognize that at least with Trump as president we would have a chance to make things better, whereas with Hitlery we’d have absolutely no chance whatsoever.  Slick and Hitlery are two of the most corrupt people to have ever occupied the White House. There is absolutely nothing positive to say about either one of them.  These two are nothing more than a couple of grifters.  Hitlery has worked to shred our constitution and done all that she can to jeopardize our sovereignty as well as our national security.

And does anyone remember the Community Re-Investment Act (CRA)?  That Jimmy Carter nightmare made even worse by ‘Slick’?.  It was the Democrat scheme that forced banks to provide home loans to people they knew couldn’t afford them. Bush tried shut it down but the Democrats wouldn’t allow it. It was giving loans to people that couldn’t afford them that created the bubble that inevitably burst.  Our government backed those crappy loans and ORDERED banks to make them or be penalized.  Would you ever loan money to someone you knew couldn’t pay it back?

I think most sane people in this country, or anyone not a Democrat, are able to recognize the fact that we are rapidly approaching a very crucial of election.  And the issue to be decided is one that could determine what sort of future we create for generations yet to come: Will the American people decide that socialism is no longer something we wish to experiment with?  Or will they determine that it is working so well for us that we wish to take it even further?  It’s at this point in time that my confidence in the American people to make the right decision is pretty low.

But that said, here are but a few facts to ponder as you consider who it is that you think would be the best person to be our next president.

1 – When Barry “Almighty” entered the White House, the U.S. government was $10.6 Trillion in debt. Today, the U.S. government is $19.5 Trillion in debt, and Barry still has several months to go until the end of his second term. That means that on average more than $1.1 Trillion will have been added to the national debt every year during his presidency.  Think about the tremendous amount of wealth that we are stealing from future generations and for what?  To make our economy appear much, much better than it would otherwise appear by systematically destroying our future in the process.

2 – As Barry prepares to leave office, the rate at which we are adding to the national debt is actually increasing.  During the fiscal year that is just ending, the U.S. government has added another $1.36 Trillion to the national debt.

3 – Barry “Almighty” is on track to be the only president in all of U.S. history to never have a single year when the U.S. economy grew by at least 3 percent.

4 – The percentage of Americans with a full-time job has been sitting at about 48 percent since 2010. You have to go back to 1983 to find a time when full-time employment in this country was so low.

5 – The labor force participation rate peaked back in 1997 and has been steadily falling ever since.  Today 95 Million Americans are out of the workforce.

6 – The “inactivity rate” for men in their prime working years is actually higher today than it was during the last recession.

7 – The United States has lost more than five million manufacturing jobs since the year 2000 even though our population has become much larger over that timeframe.

8 – If you can believe it, the total number of government employees now outnumbers the total number of manufacturing employees in the United States by almost 10 million.

9 – One study found that median incomes have fallen in more than 80 percent of the major metropolitan areas in this country since the year 2000.

10 – According to the Social Security Administration, 51 percent of all American workers make less than $30,000 a year.

11 – The rate of homeownership in the U.S. has fallen every single year that Barry “Almighty” has been in the White House.

12 – Approximately one out of every five young adults are currently living with their parents.

13 – In 1971, 61 percent of all Americans were considered to be “middle class”, but now middle class Americans have actually become a minority in this nation.

14 – One recent survey discovered that 62 percent of all Americans have less than $1,000 in savings.

15 – According to the Federal Reserve, 47 percent of all Americans could not even pay an unexpected $400 emergency room bill without borrowing the money from somewhere or selling something.

So there you have it.  And while it all seems pretty much cut and dried to me, oddly enough it would seem that far too many Americans can’t quite seem to figure things out.  Which, to tell you the truth, is more than a little scary.  If you are able to look around you and not be able to see just how bad things have gotten, and how much worse things would get if we were actually to elect Hitlery, then I’m afraid there’s simply no hope for you.  Think what you will of the man, but the only hope we have of being able to regain control of our country is to elect Donald Trump.



For someone who is supposed to be not only the smartest women in the world but also someone for whom this election was deemed to be little more than a formality, those on her side seem to working very hard to tilt things even more in her favor.  As recently as this past weekend we heard from Hitlery’s campaign manager who seemed to imply that Hitlery apparently thinks it’s moderator Lester Holt’s job to do her job for her at this evening’s first presidential debate.

Because rumor has it that Hitlery’s campaign has practically begged old Lester to do a little on scene “fact checking” of ‘The Donald’ during Monday’s debate, even though historically that is the other debater’s, not the moderator’s, job.  During an interview with ABC’s George ‘Stephy’ Stephanapolous, Hitlery’s campaign manager, Robbie Mook, explained why Hitlery ‘deserves’ even more special treatment from the state-controlled media than she has already managed to receive.

Mook said, “What we’re concerned about is that there might be some sort of double standard here.”   And he went on to say, “You know, Donald Trump can’t lie on that debate stage and — and win or even get a passing grade.”  ‘Team Hitlery’ has been very worried about the public’s expectations for the debate, which definitely place the onus on her, given her so-called years of “experience” and policy knowledge.  So I’m quite sure there will be a double standard, and in Hitlery’s favor.

And Stephy responded, “You guys have been pushing that pretty hard, this idea of a double standard, and saying it’s up to the moderator to point out falsehoods.” And added, “But the debate commission has been pretty clear that they think it’s the job of the moderator basically to get out of the way and just ask the questions.”  Now as we all know, Hitlery has always been of the opinion that such rules simply were not meant to apply to her only to her opponents.

But like a dog with a bone, Mook wouldn’t relent, saying “All that we’re asking is that, if Donald Trump lies, that it’s pointed out.”  He then complained about how “unfair it is” for Hitlery to “play traffic cop while with Trump, make sure that his lies are corrected, and also to present her vision for what she wants to do for the American people.”  To his credit, and surprisingly so, Stephy gave the perfect, most accurate response: “But isn’t that what a debater is supposed to do?”

To which Mook stammered and attempted to qualify Trump as being a “special case” because he allegedly lies a lot. Yes, we suppose Mook would know a thing or two about a candidate who lies a lot.  This is classic Hitlery strategy, accuse others of that which they are guilty a thousandfold.  I think we can all agree that when it comes to someone who “lies a lot”, and not just allegedly, there is absolutely no one who can hold a candle to Hitlery.  Except for maybe Barry “Almighty”.

Tilting the playing field is the only way Hitlery even has a chance.  Of course, they want this only because one of the major defining moments in 2012 was when Candy Crowley inserted herself into the debate to help Barry.  Of course if Romney hadn’t been such a wimp it likely wouldn’t have mattered as much as it did.  He could have easily turned it into being in his favor.  Be Romney folded like a cheap suit and it was one of the reasons he lost.  I don’t think Trump would fold.

But I supposed Crowley paid and, to some degree, may still pay a price for her obvious politically motivated decision, one which most everyone agrees was the wrong one.  But more importantly it demonstrates just how far the Democrats, and their media allies, will go in using any and every trick at their disposal, legal or not, in order to win an election since they can’t win with the same tired ideas that they have been pushing for years and many voters have continued to reject.

What Trump will need to be prepared for, in all three debates, is the fact that they will all be moderated by Democrat hacks disguised as impartial moderators.  And attempts will be made to put him in the position of defending himself, whereas Hitlery will be made to face no such challenge.  That’s why he must do his homework and have an argument ready to defend any of his positions.  He must be wary of any such bias formed as a question such as, “Why do Republicans hate blacks?”

He must turn such questions around and talk about freeing blacks from the liberal plantation and preventing the Democrats from trying to keep them there.  Also, he should waste no time in pointing out questions that appear to come from either the DNC or Hitlery’s campaign.  And if necessary he can bring up the hacked DNC emails that show how the debate moderator has been influenced by the DNC.  And he can easily imply the moderator is little more than a Democrat Party hack.

If the moderator persists he, or she, should be properly admonished with it being made clear to the audience the level of bias that is taking place.  If the moderator takes offence, Trump can very simply point out the numerous times they have personally exhibited such bias or point out the fact that their network has essentially been on the Democrat Party payroll for years.  Trump should rephrase any question into the conservative perspective before proceeding to answer it.

So I’m ‘debating’ on whether or not I’m even going to watch the debate tonight.  I wish I felt confident in Trump being able to handle anything that might be thrown at him.  But I fear that once it becomes obvious that it’s a two against one scenario, things might start to unravel, and much to the delight of Hitlery.  He just needs to point out that it’s become two against one and move on.  But the $64,000 question is, will he be able to?  I guess in a matter of hours we’ll all know.



Does anyone other than myself remember how it was back in 2008 when so many on the left declared that the election of Barry “Almighty” in 2008 would help to usher in 40 years of Democrat rule.  But instead, it’s been during Barry’s tenure that Democrats have lost 900+ state legislature seats, 12 governorships, 69 House seats and 13 Senate seats.  And perhaps if the Republicans running for Congress and kept but a few of the many promises they made in their effort to get elected in 2010, 2012 and 2014, the numbers might be even worse for the Democrats.  And I can’t help but wonder had Barry not been elected and the proceeded to drag this country so drastically to the left, would Donald Trump now be in the position that we find him, on the verge of becoming our next president?

Barry’s recent warning in his final address to the United Nations, notwithstanding, about the many dangers of “crude populism,” populist sentiment is very much on the rise in America following what has been Barry’s rather disastrous eight years in office.  And, more importantly, it is what may actually end up being his enduring legacy.  American politics, as most of us I’m sure will agree, has long been manipulated by large corporations and wealthy individuals with incredible lobbying power.  Hitlery’s candidacy looks like a case of the elite within the Democrat Party simply deciding that it was now “Hillary’s turn”, an assessment confirmed by hacked emails which proved that the supposedly neutral Democrat National Convention favored her over her rival, Bernie Sanders.

There is no doubt that over the last eight years wealth has become concentrated in ever fewer hands, while the titans of Silicon Valley disrupt the old economy and the jobs it provided.  These are valid criticisms which have been picked up by Mr. Trump and turned into a formidable mixture along with immigration reform, rebuilding our military and saving the Supreme Court.  No one knows if Trump can win the presidency, but it becomes more of a distinct possibility each day.  But what is clear is that the Trump insurgency will leave its mark on politics in the US and around the world even if he loses.  As the economy becomes more globalized, politics is becoming more local, a process hastened by the rise of social media and the decline of the old media gatekeepers in newspapers and television.

And so it would seem that our Racial-Arsonist-in-Chief will not be at all happy to have the Rise of The Donald as being his “legacy”.  Though Barry has done precious little else that has been worthwhile.  If Trump does win it will be due in large part to the actions of our Liar-in-Chief, so at least there will be some good to come from eight disastrous years of Barry’s presidency.  But Trump must work to make good on what he has laid out during the campaign.  The bottom line here is that if Trump doesn’t win, we will no longer have a nation.  And if you missed Barry’s rant at the United Nations, it can be summed up in pretty much one line. He wants one world totalitarian government, with Him as its Supreme Leader.  And the sad truth is is that Hitlery, Romney, and yes the Bushes too, are all in on it.

Barry has proven to be nothing if not the straw that broke the camel’s back. I’ve always maintained that if Barry had continued the march toward globalism/socialism/ communism, or whatever you want to call it, a bit more slowly he would’ve likely gotten away with it.  It was his brazen attitude, speed, and audacity which slapped the sleeping people in their faces and woke many up from their slumber.  So thanks, Barry. The frog was made to jump out of the boiling pot because of you, and that’s the only legacy you’ll have.  But having said that, America would be in a much better position in the world had it not been for our pansy-ass, limp-wristed congressional Republicans.  Because they have done nothing to stop, or even slow, Barry, after promising they would do all that they could to stop him.

So now enter Donald Trump from stage right.  And after all of the disappointments that we have been forced to contend with because of all the many broken promises that have been made by so many of our supposed ‘conservative’ leaders, Trump, if he is fortunate enough to win come this November, will be called upon, by those who voted for him, to administer to those who, over the course of the last eight years, have allowed Barry to pretty much run roughshod over them, nothing short of a boot in the ass.  Because those of us who will be voting for Trump will be doing so for one reason and one reason only.  That being to reverse as much as possible, and as quickly as possible, all of what Barry has managed to do to our country.  If Trump does not win, then America as we know it, is done!