Monday, February 29, 2016

Republican Establishment: Race Baiting And Class Warefare Are O.K. Now?

Polls have confirmed Donlad Trump is pulling away from the other two remaining and "questionably" viable candidates for the Republican presidential nominee position.  Yet, the polls haven't thwarted the Republican establishments self rightious effort to thwart the will of the voters who make up the Republican party.  It's obvious these pompous establishment leaders have gone so far as to start acting like Democrats employing both "class warefare" and when that failed "race baiting" to try and suppress Trumps support.

What's race baiting? Race-baiting includes defaulting to ad hominem character assasination of your opponent as racist. The key is that race is brought into the discussion in order to influence the outcome of an election.  This is a shameful action on the part of the establishment and one that Republican voters are likely going to be incencsed over.  If anyone has any doubt the Republican establishment is reaching here in trying to assasinate Trumps character, even, Al Sharpton refuses to call Trump a bigot.  Further, David Duke a former Ku Klux Klan leader has not endorsed Trump making CNN's Jake Tapper wrong in posing that as fact to Trump on Sunday 2/28/16. Trump had already disavowed Duke on Friday 2/26/16. The history of the Ku Klux Klan is adamantly anti-Jewish and Trump has been a friend to Israel (a jewish state) for many years. Trump has criticized U.S. President Barack Obama for his attitudes toward Israel and warmly praised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Trump has called Israel America’s best and most reliable friend, while arguing that Israel be viewed as the cornerstone of U.S. policy in the Middle East. Trump has accused Obama and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry of “selling Israel out,” and said that the U.S. should do everything possible to protect and defend Israel. “They’ve always been there for us and we should be there for them,” he declared. Trump highlights the facts that he served as grand marshal for the Israel parade in New York in 2004 and that he has received many awards from American Jewish organizations for his support of Israel.

Establishment pundits point to billionaire Donald Trump’s huge lead in the Republican presidential primary race as being the result of his generally anti-Washington, anti-government, anti-establishment, anti-politically correct attitude.

However, it’s not just caucasions who are infuriated at the bureaucracy, but minorities too.

A new poll, continues to show Trump leading the race, it's also showing 40 percent of African Americans are lining up behind Trump, as are 45 percent of Hispanics, and nearly 19 percent of Asians.

African Americans and Hispanics, in fact, even support Trump at a higher level than caucasions.

*The results are from a new WND/Clout poll by Clout Research, a national opinion research firm in Columbus, Ohio. The telephone survey of registered voters was taken Dec. 18-27, except for the holiday, and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.35 percentage points.

At any rate, establishment Republicans had better start supporting Trump because the voters in the Republican party sure do!!  New CNN/ORC poll,  Trump 49, Rubio 16, Cruz 15.  Trump +33%, that's more than Rubio and Cruz combined.

Can Trump win the general election?  Polls suggest he can and a new poll suggests Trump will win over Clinton in N.Y. state.  There's no doubt if the establishment gets on board, Trump and the Republicans including establishment Republicans will have a chance to "Make America Great Again".  Hopefully the establishment won't squander the opportunity, an opportunity not only Republican voters support, but, many blue collar Democrats as well.

Saturday, February 27, 2016

The Resolve Of The Trump Voter Is Being Challenged By The Establishment Republicans

Donald Trump supporters understand it's not Marco Rubio who's challenging Trump to be the Republican nominee for President. Trump had already defeated Rubio in every state that's voted thus far with a primary or caucus.  It's now the Republican establishment that's decided to aid  Rubio's failed campaign effort with a full assualt on Trump ahead of the March 1st SEC primary. Rubio's been so unpopular amongst Republican voters even his home state of Florida shows Rubio trailing in the polls. As of Thursday February 23rd Donald Trump had a commanding lead in those SEC voting states.  If Donald doesn't perform well in the SEC states it's going to be obvious the establishment has hijacked the will of its own base "the people who vote" and replaced it with big money interests. ANYONE can be taken down, however, this will be the first time in memorable history that the Republican establishment attempted to take down its own front runner. Make no mistake Trump is popular among Republican voters and the establishment is losing great respect.
Replace governemnt with Republican establishment above

Who are the establishment leaders who've lost the most respect to date?  House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel. More on that to follow. First lets look at the Republican establishments media tool Fox News and see what the Trump effect has had on them. Reportedly the Fox News brand has taken a 50 percent hit among Republicans.  Both Ryan and McConnel would be wise to take note and drop the politcally correct crap. 

Why are Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnel being singled out?  In Ryan's case it's because President Obama said "Donald Trump is disqualified to be President".  That's an un-American position because the bigger concern is that a sitting President made a comment like that in the first place.  President Obama knows full well the correct position is to let the people decide and trust in the Constitutional Republics election process as all Presidents before him have.  Why does this become an issue involving Ryan?  Because, Ryan was quick to cover his political backside by parroting Obama's position instead of condemning it.  Ryan probably made one of the biggest mistakes of his political career because the voters in the party of which he belongs expect that he fight for his parties front runner for the presidency and not against.  Obama's certainly given plenty of fodder for criticism and thus action could have been taken by Ryan to deflect from Trump.  The case is easily made that Obama has been the most divisive Presidents in U.S. history. Ryan decided to ignore this fact in favor of attacking Trump. In McConnel's case he suggested that his own party could run negative ads against Mr. Trump. McConnel's dividing the party with comments like that.  McConnel "should be" smart enough to realize Trump has actually created a slew of new Republican voters and mobilized previously registered voters to vote.  Trump's image isn't set only by his own campaign, but, also by his support. McConnel and Ryan have both the ability and duty to support the voters of their party who've so far voiced support for Trump over the other candidates. They should be trying to mold a positive image of Trump in the face of media and opposition attack and not detracting form it.

A Rubio win at this point is not going to coalesce support for anyone. Trump supporters know it's not Rubio vs Trump it's the establishment vs Trump. The actual second choice by voters to date has been Ted Cruz for the Republican nomination, however, the establishment isn't fond of Cruz either. The sad part about that is the establishment seems to be using Cruz along with Rubio to attack Trump. Have they cut a deal?  Who knows? The only thing for certain is that if the establishment continues down this path it's they and not Trump who've divided the party. Battle lines have already been drawn and that's scaring the establishment so much they've  decided to unleash Mitt Romney on Donald Trump. Likely, the move was to try and dissuade future Trump endorsements.  Romney's not exactly seen as a non establishment type and he's not a favorite among the parties conservative base. This establishment move further divides the GOP.

In a warning shot to the establishment Governor Chris Christie recently endorsed Trump. Today 2/27/16 the Governor of Maine Paul LePage also endorsed Trump. In addition  in February Trump landed his first congressional endorsements.

Unless the establishment changes its tune Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnel will receive the rath of politically active Trump supporters.  Both men have several skeletons in their closet and if things continue as is readers can come back here and find out just what those skeletons are. After all the party that Ryan and McConnel belong to have candidates who've all sworn to support the parties eventual nominee including Donald Trump.  Rubio and Cruz would be wise not to forget this either because Trump supporters won't forget at the ballet box going forward and their are a lot of them.

Update; Alabama and U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions endorsed Donald Trump on 2/28/2016

Sessions spoke of a "movement afoot that must not fade away. It has the potential to have the American people's voice heard for a change."

Friday, February 26, 2016

Rubio Talking Point Wrong In GOP Debate On Issue Of Japan

Rubio talked about Japan developing a nuclear weapon if America pulled out of that region of the world while exaggerating a Trump talking point and calling it wrong. What Rubio fails to realize is most Americans would probably
prefer that Japan did have "their own nukes" so America doesn't have to keep them (Japan) under America's own nuclear umbella. America's kept in a dicey position precisely because America does keep Japan under its nuclear unbrella. Keeping Japan under this nuclear umbrella could draw America into a war in support of Japan or force America to back down in an effort to prevent an all out nuclear war against itself involving China.

China would potentially learn a lesson that's very catastrophic if they messed with a nuclear armed Japan, however, it would be far less dangerous to the world than a confrontation with the entire American nuclear arsenal. Japan right now has the edge in modern weapons, however, Japan is slowly losing that edge as is America, this emboldens China absent a nuclear deterrent. Now for arguments sake, Japan develops a nuclear weapon allowing Japan to stand up to China on their own in the East China Sea. Now, Japan could use its current technological edge around current disputed Islands in the East China Sea without fear of China bombing the main island of Japan. China would be fearful of a nuclear response and have to take a more reserved posture. Nuclear weapons can be a peace maker and the reason the world has never seen world war III is largely because of the nuclear deterrent . If China does go to war wrongly with Japan they would soon lose the taste for war and without America being involved in something far more devestating to both countries and the world. Right now China is so bold they could wrongly provoke a nuclear war with the USA over Japan.

Rubio was definitely off on his talking point in the above regard. Rubio, also had the entire Republican establishment and their talking heads prepare him for the debate with Donald Trump on 2/25/16. Now the question should be is that all Rubio's got?!! Trump fared better than Rubio did on Rubio's big night when a single man took him down ahead of the GOP primary in New Hampshire. That man of course is Gov. Chris Christie who's now endorsed Donald Trump.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Trump: Striking Fear In The Heart Of The Democrat Establishment And The Republican Establishment "Should" Support That

Here's why Democrats are fearing Donald Trump, In the Nevada caucus Donald Trump garnered 34,531 votes all while Rubio and Cruz are waging serious campaigns for the GOP nomination themselves. In comparison on the Democrats side of Nevada Hillary Clinton received just 6,316 votes and Bernie Sanders who's supposed to have started some kind of movement received a mere 5,678 votes. Trump also managed more votes in the New Hamphire primary than Hillary Clinton, a state that typically goes for Democrats in the general election. Trump achieved this with a large field of viable Republicans still in the Presidential race at the time of the New Hampshire primary contest.

States Republicans don't usually count on winning are "in play" because of Donald Trump, however, only if he's the Republican nominee for President. It's often mentioned as a talking point by political pundits that Republicans need Florida to win the Presidency, that's because Republicans don't do well in the northeast and need to make up the delegates lost with a win in Florida a state rich in terms of number delegates. Now, enter Trump who may not need a Florida win to win the presidency, that's not to say he won't take Florida. It's just Trump may take those "no win for Republican" Northeastern states. The New Hampshire primary was a mere glimpse of the potential Trump vote turnout.

FOR REASONS STATED ABOVE TRUMP DOES NOT NEED TO WIN THE LATINO VOTE TO COME OUT ON TOP!!! Nonetheless Donald Trump has many hispanic supporters and won their support and vote in Nevada

The Demeocrats and liberal biased news networks are now asking aboat Trump's "harsh retoric" and "tone", asking "is it good for the country?" The obvious answer, throw this question back at the media. Go offense and point to the Obama effort when he first ran for President. Obama had been palling around with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright for 20 years, a guy who makes blatent racial slurs. Obama's made some racial slurs himself, read a certain book he wrote "Dreams From My Father" if you'd like to find them. Demand the media and Democrats renounce as racist Black Lives Matter when they (Black Lives Matter) are being racist. Remind them, all lives matter! Make the case about the devisive policies coming from the Whitehouse. Make them explain unchecked immigration and ask why our leaders in both parties don't fight for European immigration from South Africa the same way they fought for aparthieds end? Today many European South Africans have requested America or Europe take them in because they see genocide being waged against them. Immigration is supposed to be non biased, yet, it's not.

If the Republican establishment bands together and supports Donald Trump by fighting the obvious double standards, Trump should win the Presidency. Barrack Obama has been the most divisive President in recent history and has largely been given a free pass by those fearing the word "racist". Today the left uses the word to silence opposition while engaging themselves in racist policy. Policy favoring ILLEGALS through open borders and support for fringe groups such as Black Lives Matter is dividing the nation. Black Lives Matter supporters just knocked unconcious a former Marine war hero outside a McDonalds in a racist attack. Just after that racist event, President Obama welcomed Black Lives Matter to the Whitehouse without a word about this attack?

Why do many minorities favor Donald Trump? Minorities know the left panders to them and believe it or not many of them are tired of being pandered to. They are tired of pandering because they've worked hard to get ahead in life and they find themselves fending off the immage that they've succeeded only because of the pandering, WRONG, it was through hard work that they succeeded the same as everyone else!!

Trump is all about inclusiveness and understands playing the victim or race card has fallen out of favor in today's America. America's a nation that treats all races well, most the time, anyway. Obama would be wise to learn this, he is "the President" after all and not "a victim" though you'd never know it by the policies coming from the Obama administration.

See; Super Tuesday, Donald Trump leads everywhere

See; No ceiling for Tump 50% lead !!

A quick note about tonights debate 2/25/16

Donald Trump is the undisputed front runner going into the SEC primary and for that reason he should be ready for a major personal attack from one failed Ted Cruz campaign.

Cruz trying to place ahead of Donald Trump in the delegate count at this stage of the game is playing right into Marco Rubio's hand. Rubio finished the last two contests in front of Cruz and with Bush out of the Presidential race will be winning higher and higher margins over Cruz. The fact is the higher Rubio marging for second place behind Trump was already seen in the Nevada caucus. Marco Rubioa is strong on allowing immigration and amnesty for ILLEGALS he may under pressure talk about building a wall, however, it ends there. Maybe Rubio should watch this; Invasion of America

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

The Socialist Utopia That Sanders And Clinton Are Both Fighting For Made Simple

For arguments sake lets say only two families exist in America. Both families make $70,000 a year for 20 years. The first family lives the good life going on vacations, going to parties, their children have all the latest gadgets and this family has five children enjoying a great lifestyle. The second family on the other hand saves and only has two children so that they may live within their means, expecting nothing from the other family going forward. In twenty years this second family with two children has money saved and the two children are going to college all paid for by the very family who brought them into this world. This family now has interest income helping to pay the way. The other family, the one with five children is now upset and demands "free college" so their children don't have to work at jobs paying less, however, these jobs need to be filled for the nations survival. In this example everyone can see that "free college" here is punishing the family that was responsible and only has two children. The two child family has already missed out on multiple vacations and many parties to save for their childrens future.

Socialism is exactly the above example on large scale. Socialism dumbs down any country because it breeds continuous and growing need. When the government is in the business of leveling the playing field it comes with a cost. The cost is at the expense of those who are responsible as can be seen above and gives to those who are not responsible. Unfortunately, the family who's offspring will likely continue having larger numbers of children under this system is the irresposible family. The irresposible family has never been forced to learn the lesson taught through the school of hard knox. Without this lesson bussiness as usual continues for the offspring.

Now, take the above socialist system and apply it to the larger scale population in America today. Also, think about this, the family of five above failed at the ballet box to get all the "free gifts" to continue living a care free life. Understand this situation is now multiplied by millions of families and what are those families doing now? That's right voting for open borders so that like minded people can come in and vote for "free gifts" because they made different choices in life, the choices that gave them instant gratification. Continuing, the soon to be voting immigrants take the lower paying jobs that the five child family in this example didn't take, it was easier to vote to take from the family with two children and vote for open borders. Guess how the new immigrants will be voting going forward? That's right some will save and become Republicans, however, the majority will become Socialist Democrats voting for "free gifts". It's a vicious cycle creating more and more need and vilifying the rich family as the gap between the rich and poor widens even faster with open border socialism.

One man Donald Trump as seen in the below video will stop the cycle by enforcing the border and immigration laws, maybe he's a bit left on some social issues, however, he's a realist. Lets take America back and make it great again one step at a time!!

Watch the above and Love TRUMP in 12 Minutes or less

Sunday, February 21, 2016

A Look At The Open Borders Establishment Candidate Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and the establishment want you to think Donald Trump can't beat Hillary Clinton in the general election, however, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz can't even beat Donald Trump! See: Establishment lie debunked

Here's a little fact checking, Donald Trump in polls beats Hillary Clinton by a wider margin than Ted Cruz. Here's a second fact, Republicans by a wide margin are voting against open borders and Marco Rubio's been all about keeping them open, that is until the emergence of support Donald Trump has shown exists for enforcing the countries borders. Marco Rubio's looking at a RINO VP candidate as well, one who will no doubt also be soft on the issue. The question really should be is Marco Rubio any different than Hillary Clinton on the immigration issue? The clear answer is NO!!

Here's what Marco Rubio has said about the border issue when asked why he now supports a wall. "I can see we can't have any serious discussion on immigration till we build a wall". That position is recent and credit should be given to Donald Trump for pressuring the entire field of candidates to at least talk tough on the issue. Marco didn't say any of his other pro-immigration positions have changed. Rubio was a supporter of Democrat Chuck Schumers 'Gang of 8' bill that can be best described as follows; The old “lowering the crime rate by legalizing the crime” approach.

Anybody who believes the “I will gladly secure the border Tuesday for amnesty today” pitch also buys it every time a guy like Schumer claims a new massive spending program will be offset by “future spending cuts” that never, ever come. No thanks, Chuck.

Credit the 'Gang of 8' description to; Doug Powers

You've Seen Rubio above, Now See Marco Rubio attack Ted Cruz's voting record both appear to be lightweights

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Will The Republican Establishment Wake up?!!

Establishment Republicans including Lindsey Graham who has backed Jeb Bush for president after dropping out of the presidential race himself better wake up when it comes to Donald Trump. Lyndsey Graham is quoted as saying such things as Trump can "go to hell".  Graham and other establishment type Republicans need to realize that when you total the count of voters who opted for either Donald Trump in South Carolina or Ted Cruz it's over 55 percent of the total vote. Both candidates are the anti-establishment vote not just Trump. This means the majority of Republican voters view the establishment as the problem. The substantial reason Jeb Bush did so poorly in South Carolina and why Jeb dropped out of the presidential race on 2/20/16 the same day the South Carolina vote concluded is because he symbolizes the establishment.

While  the establishment accuses Trump of making several controversial comments, the Republican voters love Trump's comments and see the truth behind them.  The Republican establishment fails to realize (at least they don't mention it) that Barrack Hussein Obama (BHO) has through action or lack thereof done very controvercial things himself while in office. Republican voters have not forgotten that BHO used to hang out with the controversial Reverend Jeremiah Wright for well over 20 years.  A reverend that has railed against white Americans.  Trump voters understand discrimination works both ways and so does the establishment,  it's just the establishment has become a bunch of cowards. Establishment Republicans fear the left calling them racist if they fight for what's really just. What's just is protecting native Americans of all races against the influx of largely uneducated and finacially needy ILLEGAL immigrants who place great burden on current social systems in America.  Unchecked immigration even when legal can easily destroy a nation.  Common bonds and culture make a nation. Unchecked immigration will turn any nation into an empire like the old Soviet Union that collapsed. An empire is basically when you have pockets or even entire states that have nothing in common with the rest of the nation. Therefore these areas are actually being ruled vs being part of a nation that has a common glue holding it together.

Marco Rubio is not the answer for the majority of Republican voters.  Rubio's the answer to establishment types that continue to support open borders against the will of their own constituency. Nobody is against immigration, however, it needs to slow down to an absorbable pace. A pace where the goal doesn't appear to be removing the current demographic makeup from America. If the goal is the removal of the current demographic makeup in America, then why is this not seen as a hate filled agenda? Both Trump and Cruz voters understand that the intentional change of the American demographics is hate filled in nature.

Nobody of any race or religion is going to be better off if the demographic balance that created a beautiful country called America is destroyed.  Hopefully going forward, Cruz slows his campaign attacks on frontrunner Donald Trump and the Republican establishment follows suit. The better focus is to support Trump and help make him better prepared for the general election.  Unfortunately the establishment likely won't learn a thing from the voters.  No, the establishment Republicans and media will instead go into overdrive to destroy Trump who is leading heading into the March 1st SEC primary elections.  In the next ten days expect the worse when it comes to establishment and media treatment of Donald Trump.

When in doubt which candidate for president will serve the country best, look to the enlisted ranks and lower ranking officers serving in the U.S. military. By a majority they voted for Donald Trump in South Carolina.  The senior officers are often split because some in their ranks have been selected by the establishment currently headead by BHO.

Friday, February 19, 2016

Trump Is Correct About Both Iraq Wars

Donald Trump stated on the CNN hosted Town Hall Meeting held on 02/18/16 that the first Gulf War was done right and that the second was a problem.  Guess what he's correct!

The first Gulf War was conducted under the leadership of George H.W. Bush because Saddam Hussein made the mistake of attacking and invading Kuwiat.  The objective was merely to force Iraq out of Kuwait and then get out. Mission accomplished.

The second Guld war was more about George W. Bush the son of H.W. Bush wanting to finish the job after years of news media and political attacks from both parties blaming his father for not finishing the job.  In reality his father did what was required and left the natural order of things between Iraq and Iran in place.  Trump said durring the Town Hall meeting mentioned above that he did not fault the younger Bush for wanting to fight for his fathers honor.

The fact is Trump is correct,  no weapons of mass destruction were found and the situation was destabilized in the Middle East.  First off Trump understood that Iraq was ruled by Suni Muslims and that the majority population was Shitte Muslim.  Once America toppled the Suni's Iran would find and did find a natural ally in Iraq.  To Iran went the spoils of war and it has emboldened Iran who's got regional power ambitions. This second Gulf War set a power struggle in motion between Saudi Arabia and Iran.  This second war also set the Suni's on edge because they had lost the power they were accustomed to enjoying. Trump further understands that Barrack Hussein Obama in an all to hasty move further destabilized the entire situation in the region.  Hence ISIS was born, a largely Suni uprising. America needed a plan and had none and Barrack Hussein Obama was not going to allow the time needed to enact one.

Today Russia is back in Syria and has a vested interest in Syria as a buffer to American ally Israel. Russia is leary of Israel and welcomes a re-established presence in Syria.  The Russians have very different goals in the middle east compared to those of the United States.  For any real peace America may wish to find common ground with Russia and not from a position of weakness.  Trump gets it!

Both Russia and the United States have far bigger concerns, namely, radical Islam being a threat to both countries and the rise of an ever assertive China.  Ground exists for cooperation Trump gets it!

Old school conservatives need to change with the times on such issues as Russian and Cuban relations.  Now that America has relations with Cuba, hopefully, someone like Trump can navigate a closer relationship of respect and not by giving them the farm. Americans have a two party system for a reason. Some ideas from both are good.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

The American people form the single greatest repository of intelligence and common sense on the planet. That's why Trump is resonating. It's common sense to want America to enforce her borders via slowing or halting immigration from area's where people often come to harm American citizens. The American people understand it's not racist to protect the homeland. Americans understand that politicians have not been protecting our police officers and giving the military the means to win in conflicts. Those politicians are the problem and not part of the solution. The people understand a strong military prevents the odds of a serious war. The people understand the founding fathers gave Americans the 2nd Amendment to protect themselves if need be from the government or other people who exibit extreme violence.

Do Americans support Trump blindly?  No,  however, his core beliefs are common sense and it's something that eludes the crop of politicians empowered today.  With a racist President like Barrack Hussein Obama (BHO), America is ready for Donald Trump and not a continuation of BHO via a Clinton or Sanders.

Don't think Barrack Hussein Obama is a racist? Click on this video: Jeremiah Wright, guess who hung out with him for over 20 years?  That's right BHO and while at it look who was standing with no hand over his heart in a picture under that video durring the American national anthem,  that's right BHO again.  He didn't start doing that till it became a liability to his first election effort.

    Ben Shapiro Destroys the Lie of White Privilege

Benjamin Aaron "Ben" Shapiro (born January 15, 1984) is an American conservative political commentator, columnist, author, radio talk show host, and attorney.

A native of Los Angeles, California, Shapiro graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles and Harvard Law School. He has written six books, the first of which was 2004's Brainwashed: How Universities Indoctrinate America's Youth, written when he was 17 years old. He currently writes a column for Creators Syndicate and is editor-in-chief at The Daily Wire and editor-at-large for Breitbart News Network. He is the co-founder and former editor-in-chief of the media watchdog group TruthRevolt.

Racist Whites Buy Black Man A Car After Seeing Him Walk 10.5 Miles To Work Each Way Every Day!

It's a shame that President Barrack Hussein Obama is not a free thinker like the man who made this video.  If he was America would have united and not diveded further under his 8 year reign.