Trump seemingly has a few good points going for him. He says he will stop the insanity of admitting middle east “refugees”, and wants to clamp down on illegal immigration. I’d like to know what he wants to do about so-called central American “refugees” whom Obama is inviting into our fair country, and once here, is lavishing resettlement and benefits galore. He wants to take care of the Vets and fix the VA, but on most other issues, he is just another progressive liberal. That is why the RINOs like him, and they can count on him to be willing to make a deal. After all, he is the self-professed king of the deal.
Trump is not an outsider, and his business acumen is also open to question. The RINOs have declared war on Constitutional TEA Party conservatives, you know, us little people who gave them the House and later the Senate in order to stop Obama, and instead betrayed us by giving Obama everything he wanted, even after we got Boehner tossed as Speaker. I’ll stop right here, more comments below.
Welcome to RichTAkes! On the RINO National Convention!
Check out the Trump and Hillary look-a-likes near the end!
I’m sure I’m not alone in thinking that the RNC reminds me more of a wake, instead of a look ahead at a future to support and believe in. Erick Erickson’s coherent thoughts on what is happening to the party at the RNC.
>> . . . it is just meaningless team sport in favor of their team. There is no substance, just sloganeering that means as much to each person and is taken as much differently by each person as “hope and change” was in 2008.
So much could have changed, but nothing will. And in four years, the very people who lamented Trump only to jump on his train cheerleading to the end will be back at it again because “not Clinton.” <<
The Failure of the Republican Party: Never Forget that the GOP Establishment Preferred Trump to Cruz
McConnell promised to crush the TEA Party over two years ago. After smashing Bevin with Trump’s support, McDaniel, Cruz, Stutzman, and others, the RINOs are now attacking Tim Huelskamp.
The irony of the GOPe defeating Stutzman for the IN Senate nomination is that they will probably now lose that seat. I don’t think they even care. Former Governor and Senator Evan Bayh tossed his hat into the ring last week. Bayh will probably win on name recognition alone. Stutzman would have had a chance, but this Young guy, hand-picked by McConnell, is an unknown back-bencher.
Under the rules of the convention, a majority of seven delegations could force a roll vote on the rules; it would then take a majority of the delegates to toss the rules committee’s book. At least 11 states signed on: Colorado, Washington, Utah, Minnesota, Wyoming, Maine, Iowa, Virginia, Alaska, North Dakota, and Washington D.C.
So the secretary of the convention hid behind a curtain to avoid having to accept the signatures.
RINO National Committee consolidates power, prohibits a vote on this set of reform rules . . . to take effect during the 2020 election cycle.
Ken Cuccinelli explains
The key word here is “law”
I’m guessing that Trump is now owned by the GOPe
Rest In Peace…
Cruz denied that ridiculous charge on the day of the Indiana Primary
Zeke Miller on Twitter: “Two sources tell me Trump team actively whipped the “boos” at the end of Cruz speech”
The Trump whips in each delegation were wearing hi-vis orange, yellow or pink ball-caps, clearly meant to be visible
For those who claim that Cruz violated his pledge to support the nominee, Trump already recanted his pledge last March. I am not hearing any outcry over Graham withdrawing his endorsement, or Kasich’s lack of an endorsement either.
I am not seduced, are you?
But David Duke loved it!
A from the heart testament from a young black Baltimore cop. He is a Patriot, this is well worth the read.
>>We as a people need to declare that we stand with rule of law, and not with the false tales of the revolutionary Marxist forces, who most recently have rebranded themselves from Occupy Wall Street to Black Lives Matter.
The targeting of police for hate and for murder by Black Lives Matter and their accomplices are, in actuality, the targeting of our rule of law. Groups like Black Lives Matter, blessed by the progressive left and most recently our own President Obama, need to be exposed and condemned for their true aims: revolution.<<
Triggered by the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in August 2014, the Black Lives Matter movement holds that racist police officers are the greatest threat facing young black men today. PDF.
this is what we get by promoting BLM lies from the well-meaning and uniformed
FBI Finds Clinton was Careless with Classified Information, Makes Recommendation to Department of Justice (FULL PRESSER VIDEO)
Comey was touted by all as being an impartial good guy who would do what is lawful and right. I guess that “all” got that wrong
the Hill is a moderate to leans left site.
Online Music Service Pandora Faces Backlash After Supporting ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘Racial Justice’
It’s nearly always a bad idea for any business to get involved in politics overtly. Some potential customers will nearly always be pissed.
It’s an “Oiler”!
Apparently Senate Democrats don’t believe in enforcing Federal law.
They have learned from Obama that you only need enforce laws if they agree with the law
Howard Stern Dismantles Calls for Gun Control After Orlando Attack With Chilling ‘Sheep’ and ‘Wolves’ Analogy
“That’s for 400 years of slavery you bitch,” Batey said, according to sources.
>The assumption is that someone whose label is ‘Libertarian’ has libertarian values and would promote them in office. In the case of Johnson, that notion is absurd.<
You know her as Christine McVeigh, this is the Song of the day