It appears that the Democrats/Media/Left (which is all basically one thing) has decided that the best way to bring down Trump is to convince GOP officeholders in the bubble that there is political danger to supporting the GOP agenda (as defined by the votes) in general and this GOP candidate in particular. I suspect these … Continue reading It May be Time for Trump Candidates in GOP Primaries
Malone: [stopping at a post office] Well, here we are. Ness: What are we doing here? Malone: Liquor raid. Ness: [looking at the police station across the street] Here? Malone: Mr. Ness, everybody knows where the booze is. The problem isn't finding it, the problem is who wants to cross Capone. [...Enters Post office and … Continue reading Mike Flynn: The Deep State Establishment Empire fights Back
Gen.Patton: I know I'm a prima donna. I admit it. What I can't stand about Monty is, he won't admit it. Patton 1970 Brett Maverick: Jimson hadn't been in the game 10 minutes before I when I knew why he was there. He was the real expert making his two brace men look like a … Continue reading GOP treating Romney as Conservative Savior for Hitting Trump Are You Kidding Me?
Missy (The Master): He's trapped at the heart of the Dalek empire. He's a prisoner of the creatures who hate him most in the universe. Between us and him is everything the deadliest race in all of history can throw at us. We, on the other hand, have a pointy stick. How do we start? … Continue reading The 2004 Red Sox The #gop Establishment & My Fellow Conservative Activists
Leonard: Okay, fine. Live with cats. Be like my Aunt Nancy. She had dozens of them. And do you know what happened after she died? They ate her. Sheldon:You don’t have to sell me on cats, Leonard. I’m already a fan. The Big Bang Theory: The Zazzy Substitution 2010 There has been some fun in … Continue reading Tip O’Neill Explains why the GOP Establishment fears Donald Trump
“The target audience for all this activity was 535 people in Washington,” Treglia says — 100 in the Senate, 435 in the House. “The idea was to create an impression that a mass movement was afoot — that everywhere they looked, in academic institutions, in the business community, in religious groups, in ethnic groups, everywhere, … Continue reading Dear GOP Senate you’re about to be played again
As I watched the Democrat Debate last week, or as I should more accurately say flipped from back and forth from the Dem debate and Hogan's Heroes Reruns because there is only so much socialism and Rachel Maddow a person can take, I found myself fascinated by the predicament that Hillary Clinton finds herself in … Continue reading Hillary and the Establishment GOP Sowing and Reaping
As of this moment the only think we know for sure about Iowa is the fact that hotel room prices are about to drop like a rock. As I will be at work with no access to a radio or the net my first knowledge of the results in Iowa will, unless I take my … Continue reading #IowaCaucus Predictions Scenarios and when it’s Done, Then What?
At Politico, Shane Goldmatcher writes that there is a new target in tomorrow night's debate: Hollow or not, Donald Trump’s threat to boycott the final GOP forum before Iowa votes has complicated Ted Cruz’s game plan, forcing the Texan to prepare for two different debates — one in which he tangles directly with the front-runner … Continue reading The GOP’s Pragmatic Decision to Aid Donald Trump…
You would think that as a Ted Cruz fan I would be touting his victory in the Metropolitan Republican Club straw poll in NYC that has amused Erick Erickson so much: This is hilarious. The Metropolitan Republican Club has been around since 1902. It’s a pretty big deal up there, with virtually very Republican Presidential … Continue reading The real story out of NYC Straw Poll: Jeb Bush 1%
One of the things you might have noticed if you've watched any GOP candidate, not just for president but for any office is they always seem to campaign as the cowboy or the sheriff, standing strong and tall willing to protect the people from the bad guys and thieves. Reagan was often depicted as a … Continue reading The GOP isn’t the cowboy in the western, it’s the broken horse
To say that Byron York is required reading for someone who wants to be informed is like saying you should wash your hands after going to the bathroom. It's something so basic it should be automatic. So naturally this rule applies to his piece today about the GOP Plan to take down Trump: Insiders have … Continue reading I have only one beef with Byron York’s Examiner Piece
Ted Cruz: In 2012 we searched out and found the one person on the face of the planet who had actually designed & implemented a program just like obamacare and that's who we nominated as our presidential candidate. Literally there are seven billion people on the planet and you could walk up to anyone one of … Continue reading Will the GOP do it to Conservatives Again?
Michael Corleone: Your enemies always get strong on what you leave behind. Godfather III 1990 The third of three parts (plus an epilogue) series on Donald Trump and the MSM part 1 Donald Donald Donald is here part 2 The Big Lie: is here. And today we are talking about the author of what is … Continue reading The Trump MSM Symbiotic relationship Pt 3: The Enablers
As you might have noticed there has been a decided lack of courage among some in the GOP since the Democrats launched their RFRA squirrel. It's true that Ted Cruz came out and remained strong in support of religious liberty While more moderate Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush appeared to soften his stance, GOP Sen. … Continue reading Over
400750,000 reasons for GOP to show Courage