An Open Letter to Republicans

Dear Republicans –

I know quite a few of you. My friends, readers, and commenters on this blog run the gamut from libertarians who vote GOP, because they feel they have a better shot of getting their views represented to moderate, establishment-loving Republicans, to strict constitutionalists, to social conservatives. There are even a few liberals, and I think this topic touches all of you, so I want to speak frankly to every last one of you.

This Donald Trump thing is no longer amusing. It’s no longer a simple protest against the establishment. It’s no longer an extended bad hair joke. I realize many of you will claim his popularity is merely a reflection of the frustration many Republicans feel with what’s going on in Washington today, but I will tell you right now that this bloviating, froth-flecked, lying, ignoramus in an expensive suit is dangerous. He’s a fascist, he’s a liar, and while he may be a decent businessman, he’s arrogant and lacks basic human decency and knowledge about how government works – other than what’s needed to bribe government officials to advance his business interests.

Roughly a quarter of you actually support this despicable human being, because you claim he’s honest. Honest? Like the time he claimed that Marco Rubio was Mark Zuckerberg’s personal senator, and when proven a liar, refused to acknowledge it? Like when he claimed that CIA director George Tenet told George W. Bush that the 9-11 attack was coming – a claim that’s patently false, as evidenced by the declassified PDB Bush was briefed on the issue? Like when he claims he’s pro-growth and pro-individual rights, but supports eminent domain? Like when he claimed he did not want casino gambling in Florida – publicly lied on the national stage? Or when he outright lied about his utter disrespect for women, and when called on it by Megyn Kelly, made inappropriate remarks about her… bleeding out of certain places, and subsequently backpedaled and claimed he meant “eyes“?

Yeah, real fucking honest, that one.

Some of you claim you support him, because you’re tired of political correctness. Aren’t we all? I’ve written about the insanity of PC numerous times here. But there’s a difference between telling facts as they are, and using demagoguery, outright insults, lies, and wild accusations against anyone with whom you disagree. It shows a lack of maturity and depth. I can rant on this blog as much as I want, because writing is catharsis. Calling douchebags douchebags (among other things) and venting online is just fun. But when you’re applying for the highest office in the country, and a big part of your job is to be diplomatic, factual, and honorable, while still remaining strong, rational, and courageous, and all you can come up with is insults and screeching, red-faced rhetoric, it tells me that you don’t consider plain facts enough to support your case, don’t know enough of them, and are incapable of discussing issues with those with whom you disagree in an adult manner. Governing is not about venting.

14423314861603Oh, but he’s just trying to rile his audience, you say! No. He’s trying to appeal to the meathead contingency – the nut-scratching, light beer-swilling, barely literate troglodytes, whose facts come from Facebook memes and are shaped by conspiritard sites such as InfoWars or the “Free thought project” – while alienating everyone else who has an understanding of policy, diplomacy, national security, and actual truth. When you work specifically to appeal to the lowest common denominator, you will invariably alienate a good portion of the rest of the party.

Oh, but he’s the best on national security, you say! And we know that many of his proposals would be impossible, unconstitutional, and downright fascist, but he probably wouldn’t even be able to implement them without legal and legislative challenges! Really? You want to hang your rights and your hopes on a gutless Congress and an unpredictable Supreme Court? You really want to send a message to the rest of the country that Republicans are willing to vote for someone who wants to deprive American citizens of due process by relieving them of their rights based on their faith? You really want show that you’re willing to vote for a guy whose idea of securing our nation involves violating the rights of hundreds of thousands of people without any kind of proof of their involvement – even tangential – in terrorism? You really want to violate the Constitution by tossing out anyone who chooses to exercise a specific religion?

For years, liberty-minded people have fought to open the doors of the Republican party to people who have not traditionally been a target constituency – gays, African Americans, Asians, legal immigrants, women. They have tried to welcome anyone who believes in the principles of limited government, personal freedoms, responsible spending, and a strong national defense, and they have made progress. While there are still bigots within the GOP, they appear to be shrinking. The GOP slate of candidates for President is pretty diverse – Hispanics, a woman, an African-American, a couple of frothing fundamentalist fruitcakes, a fatass, and an angry Ohioan, among others.

Do you really want to destroy all the progress the GOP has made over the years by vocally and loudly supporting a bigot?

Do you really want to become the embodiment of every despicable stereotype the left has sought to further about you?

Do you really want to become the bigots, constitutional illiterates, and fascists they claim you are?

Because by supporting Trump, this is exactly what you are doing.

He’s not a small government conservative! He’s nothing more than an authoritarian oligarch, who has bribed his way into opulence and bought his way onto the national stage.

Trump wants to deprive Americans of their right to keep and bear arms based on a secret no-fly list without due process and without any evidence that they have any connection to terrorism whatsoever.

He wants to prevent people from entering the United States based on their faith, and even ban American citizens, if they happen to be Muslim, from returning to the United States if they have traveled to a country he doesn’t happen to like. “Sorry Muslims. If you travel to the Middle East, you can’t return home.” Do you understand how repugnant this is?

He wants to register them – based purely on their faith. Do you understand the historical context of this?

He supports big government programs. He wants to restrict trade and supports protectionism. This is a guy who supported the so-called “assault weapons” ban and “universal healthcare.” You cannot possibly be a supporter of limited government while lauding eminent domain.

No, he doesn’t say it “like it is.” He says what the meathead factor of the GOP wants to hear. He screams and bloviates and gets the already-riled up even more angry. He’s given them a focus for their hate – Muslims: the people he wants to register, deprive of their rights, kick out of the country, and not allow back in.

Let me tell you something, people! If you don’t mind him depriving Muslims of their rights based on their faith, then you support him depriving everyone else of their rights based on their faith – including you!

I get it. You’re angry. We’re all angry. The business-as-usual, establishment douchebags in Washington don’t listen, and don’t care about you further than they can exploit you for votes. But are you really so gullible that you don’t see Trump is doing exactly the same thing? He’s tapping into your anger for votes, and you’re falling for it, painting yourselves as hateful, bigoted, and authoritarian – just like the left paints you to be.

Anger is not governing. Venting is not governing. Governing is mature, objective, just, and lawful. Governing is not pandering to the lowest common denominator in hopes of getting the clod votes. Governing is knowing and understanding the law and policy.

Or at least it should be.

And if you really step back and objectively look at the sideshow that’s Donald Trump, you will realize he’s not someone you want anywhere near the White House! Not even on a West Wing tour!

 

68 responses

  1. Since there is no way to vet those coming into country, seems reasonable to stop those coming in that believe in jihad. The heads of those agencies responsible for our safety have said that is not possible today. Pause until they get it worked out. Was not supporting trump until he said this and the Republicans bashed with no method given on how they would prevent those wanting to kill us from entering.

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    1. This is correct. That said, we’ve already been allowing refugees into this country and not just from Syria. The proposal was to allow MORE ostensibly because more would be asking for asylum because of the Syrian crisis. I would propose that a limit on military aged males be included. Also, how will barring actual AMERICAN CITIZENS who already live here or were born here from coming back to their home help this issue?

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    2. Nicki, You are wrong on the “Not allow citizens back”. It isn’t trumps proposal. It makes you sound a little like the Trumpster.

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      1. Yeah? Maybe you should read a bit.

        “If you’re an American Muslim on vacation abroad and the Trump plan goes through, you’d better get comfortable where you are. Apparently you don’t get to come home.

        When asked by The Hill whether that would include Muslim-American citizens currently abroad, Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks replied over email: “Mr. Trump says, ‘everyone.’””

        http://hotair.com/archives/2015/12/07/trump-its-time-for-a-total-and-complete-shutdown-of-muslims-entering-the-u-s/

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    3. During a Tuesday morning interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America,” however, Trump clarified that American Muslims would still be able to travel freely under his plan.

      “If a person is a Muslim and goes overseas and come back, they can come back. They are a citizen, that is different,” Trump said.

      http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/262348-trump-calls-for-shutdown-of-muslims-entering-us

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    4. BTW I largely agree with your take on the Trump phenomenon. Like you, I don’t see him as a principled conservative but simply a populist.

      His power comes from his willingness to challenge the “PC box” the left uses to trap and constrain. His latest proclamation “We need to pause Muslim immigration until our representatives figure out what the hell is going on” is an example. It is a common sense truthful statement but can’t be uttered by any politician except Trump. The left would have us believe that “Islam has nothing to do with terrorism” and “To single out Muslims for special screening” is immoral and un-American. As Obama would say “ Just not who we are”.

      The left appeals to our sense of compassion – care for the weak and needy – and denies the validity of any moral concern for fairness to the American people or the desire to protect ourselves and our culture. This is obviously a recipe for destruction but can’t be challenged within the prevailing “PC Box”. Trump lifts the lid.

      I don’t take issue with your concerns about Trumps style or the possible political damage to the conservative brand but he’s the only politician willing to challenge the “box”. Is it possible we need Trump to open the lid? What’s the alternative.

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  2. I can’t stand the POS, and wish he would go take a long walk off of a short pier – into a vat of tar, then a pool of feathers, surrounded by Mexicans and Muslims…

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    1. And that’s why we love you!

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    2. I vote we make him “water-tight” with acid-soaked cacti.

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      1. The visual I just got was… priceless!

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  3. Nicki, Donald Trump appeals to that roughly 20 – 25 percent of the population who ARE actually bigoted pieces of shit. And these people don’t fit into one Party or the other, they are Republicans, Democrats and anything in between.

    Most of the time they don’t vote because there isn’t usually a candidate that literally speaks to them the way The Donald does.

    If he had been running on the Democratic primary instead of with the Republicans, his poll numbers would still be the same, and he would still be drawing in the same exact demographic.

    I understand why the Republicans allowed him to run for the Republican primary. It is because they were afraid he would run AGAINST the Republicans and suck away votes like Ross Perot did both times Bill Clinton won.

    I have this suspicion — well, Rachel Maddow first posited this — That Trump is really trying to get kicked out of the race. I don’t think he really wants the job, this probably started out more of a lark than anything else, and now that he sees that he COULD actually win the primary, he is trying like hell to turn people against him.

    The problem is, there are too many people who actually LIKE that bullshit.

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    1. I don’t know about him trying to get kicked out. I think he’s a narcissistic fucktard who just wants to be President because he’s TRUMP! That whole “Making America Great Again” thing is complete shit. It’s all about his ego.

      And the Republicans can’t STOP him from running. There’s no real “allowing him to run.” He used his own money and he’s running on that ticket. I don’t think they can legally block him in anyway.

      Personally, I think he’s like a bad case of the herp. He just doesn’t go away. Ever. And he’s red, angry, and ugly.

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    2. yeah..can’t stop him running. One of th reasons the repubs are ripping themselves apart over him is just because of that. He’s not dependent on the party or donations, for money to Run. Plus I suspect even though he signed that ‘pledge’ not to run as an independent if he didn’t have the support and get the nod…he’ll go independent. I mean he might surprise me and not run but realistically that ‘pledge’ which was stupid of the party to do…isn’t worth the paper it’s written on

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  4. I really hate that guy. He is an unmitigated shitty asshole of a person. Worst of all he is a Democrat. If he gets the republican nomination and Clinton gets the democrats nomination I would not be surprised if he dropped out of the running couple of months before the election, pretty much guaranteeing the election.

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  5. Unfortunately until the other candidates (like Ted Cruz) start to speak up in a take-no-prisoners manner and tell the politically correct media to go to Hell he’ll be with us. The fault is not with Trump or the 20 % or even the MSM. It’s with the GOP eunuchs who are running. (and they’re 10 miles better than Juan McAmnesty or Mitt) Time to start fighting against the status quo in a meaningful manner because squishes like Jeb will lose us the White House yet again.

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    1. Have you seen Cruz do just that in the CNBC debate without being a jackass?

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    2. Sorry Nicki, I worded that poorly. My intent was to demonstrate that Cruz actually DOES stand up to the media. And he keeps his cool while doing it which has to drive them crazy. He’s like a surgeon. Something the other candidates need to emulate.

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      1. Oh, cool! Yeah, he was pretty amazing, right?

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  6. Even Charles Manson has followers.

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  7. My impression of Trump has always been a negative one, and I’m Republican (mostly). I agree with some things he has to say, but his persona/vibe/personality always rubbed me the wrong way, because Republican or Democrat, I think someone needs to have some humility and personal integrity which I see him lacking. Just a snap judgment, really. I was favoring Ben Carson, personally.

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  8. Two thoughts:

    One, I disagree with the tenor of your rhetoric about Trump but you’re a Jew and much of what he says is sure to be “triggers” for you. It’s expected and excusable for you to have a strong, negative reaction – though, possibly somewhat less so for you to continue ranting about PC….

    Two, to me the point of electing Trump is less about what he can actually do, though he can legally do more than you think (Carter did more for less), than about sending a strong message to our various domestic enemies.

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    1. This has nothing to do with my “triggers” as a Jew, and more with my “triggers” as a decent human being.

      Two, sending a “strong message” to anyone is not governing. It’s a shortsighted, immature, and reactionary way to elect someone to lead our nation.

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    2. Jonolon, setting aside your bigotry and the resultant ignorance for a moment , Trump is a divisive demagogue and nothing more than the white chocolate version of Obama. American needs the message Reagan sent out not the one Obama has projected or the one Trump would, that of petty, insular, childishness.

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    3. Rick,

      You call me a bigot. I think of myself as discerning and as understanding the world. Also, the Left and those they pander to have moved to far away from what it is to be American for Reagan’s methods and approach to work in these latter days. What was divisive is now just drawing a line and making what is hopefully not a last stand.

      Nicki,

      Much as I replied to Rick, were now past the point where what you want will work. The nature of the threats have changed as has the rules of engagement. We need to adapt and care less about collateral damage and more about victory conditions.

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      1. If we want to save America, depriving American citizens of their rights based on faith is not the way to go. Appropriating their property via eminent domain, which Trump loves, is not the way to go. Having no actual leadership skills other than shrieking and insulting everyone is no way to go. I would submit those who have no problem with depriving Muslims of their rights shriek like fuck at the idea of those on no-fly lists being denied their RKBA.

        But hell, what do I know? I’m just a hysterical Jew.

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    4. Yes, we have seen a lot of that kind of last ditch thinking, Hitler, Pol Pot, Stalin.If we have to go that far, we have lost the idea of America. We will overcome, and we won’t have to resort to Trum
      p to do it.

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  9. “While there are still bigots within the GOP, they appear to be shrinking.” Really? It’s not just a Trump problem with the GOP. http://thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2015/12/08/3729521/rubio-carson-cruz-huckabee-lgbt/

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    1. Yeah… because that’s not an unbiased source or anything! SMH

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  10. Ohhh I wouldn’t vote for him…I’m just enjoying watching the world burn. He makes the Dems foam at the mouth. I’ll grant you there’s nothing new there…silly fuckers are always foaming at the mouth a lot of them and those that aren’t and greasy snake oil salesman.
    The GOP whom I have no more love for than I do for the dems.[fucking party elites gave us Romney after all, helpled the main stream press and the Dems destroy every other candidate they had til Romney was the last one standing] ..are busily ripping themselves to shreds over him. I’m just sad I don’t have beer, hotwings and doritos to munch while I watch this shit

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    1. just an FYI, Trump is Hillary with a dick, and a better border policy.
      His closest personal freinds in politics are the Clintons.
      He favors Single Payer Health boondogles.
      Whay you will watch burning is your rights

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  11. We SHOULD be angry after the last 7 years but I can assure you, Trump is not the answer that moves this country forward. I’m almost shocked that someone would have the guts to write an article like this, well done N. Now get ready to duck.

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    1. Thanks, Joe. Not particularly worried. I’ve never been known for popular opinions, and never been afraid of dissent.🙂

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  12. I love what you write! This was awesome and dead on in my book as you always are!

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    1. Thanks, Julie. Good to know you enjoy the site!🙂

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  13. Everything else being said…if he were president he COULD do what he suggests. Ban all muslim travel into the Us…outside of those who are already US citizens. It is perfectly logical. And LEGAL. US Code 1182. Passed by a democrat controlled house and senate, signed into law by a democrat president and first and last used by Jimmy Carter in 1979

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  14. Love it: He’s trying to appeal to the meathead contingency – the nut-scratching, light beer-swilling, barely literate troglodytes, whose facts come from Facebook memes and are shaped by conspiritard sites such as InfoWars or the “Free thought project” – while alienating everyone else who has an understanding of policy, diplomacy, national security, and actual truth.

    Tell it like it is !!

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  15. My gut went with Cruz right from the beginning. I didn’t openly support him right away because going with my gut, while sometimes right, isn’t an objective and reasoned decision to do so. I want to wait and hear what he says and see what he does.

    But Cruz has been proving my gut right. (I gave my gut some pie today for being right yet again:)) I think he has what it takes to use reasoned approaches to real problems. And I think he could take Hillary apart in a debate.

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    1. yep. that’s what I’m hoping for a Cruz candidacy. local elections this year ended with a run off for mayor to be scheduled. the Con is a Cruz supporter. So when the lib is running his campaign ads now the newest one says he “supports extremist Ted Cruz” To which I respond…wait because he’s fairly constitutionalist…he’s an extremist? what the fuck?.

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  16. Alas, I am forced to agree with Nicki. Trump seems dumb to me, to the same degree Obama seemed dumb; in 2008. I look at the man and I think, “What does he bring to the table?” Obama was a cypher — a blank canvas onto which a majority of Americans (apparently?) plastered various images and imaginary creations. Almost none of which had anything to do with the actual person, or his capacity to lead and govern. I think Trump is the same. For all his ability to stick a hot poker up the butts of the media and other usual suspects, the enemy of our enemy is not necessarily our friend. I can’t bring myself to trust or support the man.

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    1. Hey, you say that as if it’s a bad thing!😉

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  17. Trump is a very good salesman of a particular type – the type who will say or do anything to get the sale and will then go back on the contract. Check the fine print.

    He’s had my hackles up from day one. Oh, I admit it’s very entertaining to watch him piss off the usual suspects, but there is no way the US should elect the man. The US will regret it big time if he is elected.

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    1. And frankly, he’s just a fucking jerk.

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    2. as Milady Nicki says, and we keep getting told how great at business he is … how many times has he or his companies declared bankruptcy?

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      1. He never personally did. His companies – four times. He claims it’s because the loophole was there for him to take advantage of. That’s – to me, anyway – nothing to be proud of. That’s not how you run a national policy.

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        1. And in doing so, handed a ton of people the shitty end of the stick, if they were lucky enough to get even that.
          (sorry for slow response. been ill and really not coherent enough lately)

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        2. Sorry about you not feeling well. Hoping you’re better soon!

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        3. thanks, It has been over a week!. It has to go away, right?

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        4. If it doesn’t, it may be time to see a doctor

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  18. Every time he says or does something boneheaded, I think his “candidacy” is about to finally implode. And then it doesn’t. It seems to have more fucking lives than a cat.

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    1. That’s because there’s an endless supply of stupid people out there!

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    2. And he has figured out how to play them violins.

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    3. “like violins”.

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  19. Nicki,
    the really sad thing is that even with all his warts he would be infinitely better than the sleeper cell currently inhabiting the White House.

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  20. “Do you really want to destroy all the progress the GOP has made over the years by vocally and loudly supporting a bigot?”

    Over the last 50 years all the supposed progress the GOP has made, has not reduced the size, reach or invasiveness of the Federal Government. The Federal Government has become a leviathan which is now importing its choice of citizenry rather than being constrained by its existing citizenry.

    Over that time, the GOP has ceded its principals to the Left’s clear, coherent and consistent incrementalism in framing the national discussion further and further left. Without meaningful constraint, the logical conclusion is that there is only, really, one current party; the Government Party, with two wings: Democrats and Republican Establishmentarians. Sadly, I say this as a former Executive Vice Chairman of a county Republican Party. Trump’s viability as a candidate is an either an indictment of the GOP’s ineffectualness, or a recognition of its’ current intent. This next Presidential election and its aftermath will determine whether the Republican Party, as it is exists, will go the way of the Whigs after the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854.

    Is it time to “GO-Party like it’s 1854”, and start a new party? Time and candidates will tell.

    As regards, Mohammedans, (Islam means submission to the one true God), which, as a Jew, I have a categorical issue with that appellation, there is no separation of the political/ideological and the religious. Please remember that Islam, a pre-nation state artifact, was and has remained always remained tribal. There simply is no recognition with Mohammedanism of surrendering political organization to the State. The State is an existential competitor to Mohammedanism. Ultimately, sadly, there is no middle ground.

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    1. Palmharbordave, well said with regards to the two issues, that there are no two parties there is a Big Government party, and that the word faith may not quite cover the idea.

      Nicki, Trump may of course be ridiculous and all the other negative adjectives people want to cobble together, and of course his supporters are horribly horribler. Insults do not bring him down. And insults do little to enlighten. Attacking his supporters thus is off the mark in that these people run the gamut from blue collar through the business world to the intelligentsia. On the times we live in, the negative charade of the Obama presidency has hurt some people so much that they seem to want that kind of candidate for their very own. One who cares not for the traditions and mores of traditional campaigning. A demagogue. One who vows to do what politicians in the past have be constrained and restrained from doing.

      People know he is not a conservative, the media crows it and he himself has said it.

      The maelstrom of the BHO administration which never suffers consequences for misdeeds and lawbreaking, and the stranglehold the media has on the narrative, has led to Trump’s successful candidacy.

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  21. You miss the point…

    He’s the spoiler for Billary. On the surface, you have a vile bitch with no laudable credentials, a RICO-list of felonies, and a total distaste for American values surpassing the current Narcissist-in Chief (and a male-whore husband that she seems unable to equate to a “war-on-women” story line). How do you get her elected? Spend 100 TB of data mining convincing those that can’t think that her opponent (a false-surrogate Republican) is the only alternative.

    Slap you forehead in 2016. This is designed.

    Trump is a cool-dude with cool ideas. He’s a life-long Democrat with many Democrat ideals. But the manipulators discovered that his allure was worth the investment to make him a Republican to advance their agenda through negativisms.

    Sad to say, the majority in Amerika will follow the sheep.

    Orwell to the power of ten.

    jcp

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  22. Ok, here goes. Donald Trump does for the Republican Party what a chainsaw does for a surgeon. Sure, there are problems within the Republican Party. Huge problems that demand answers, maybe out and out whole hearted change. Perhaps, even, gasp, learning to get along with people not like themselves, like, oh, I don’t know, those gays?
    But The Donald is wrongheaded on so many fronts, where does one start? Everyone is familiar with his lies, his financial shenanigans, his taking property that doesn’t belong to him, which we used to call stealing. Let’s see, saying the most outlandish things to keep the crowd following him and for the free publicity, living a king’s lifestyle, the womanizing when he was single.
    As I was looking over this list, I was amazed that it reminded me of a Clinton. All that was missing was the huge number of strange coincidental deaths that followed them around.
    I guess it shouldn’t really surprise me that he reminds me of the Clinton’s, since he was a donor to them and they attended his wedding, oh, I almost forgot. Until a short time ago, he was a confirmed LIBERAL who was anti gun and pro abortion. Until he somehow had an apparent change of heart.
    Maybe he was struck blind on the road to Damascus.
    He continues to polish his act. P T Barnam would have been proud. I have to admit that I no longer follow coverage of the Repubs. much. It is still a long time to go, and I can only take so much. It has almost gotten to be a game for some of the candidates. Kind of like school boys, seeing who can top the other one for pandering.
    It’s not so bad right at the moment, but when Trump insulted John McCain, and got away with it, the next few days were fun, as Repubs. were trying to see what they could get away with. I almost was waiting for the your mother is so fat jokes to start.
    I think that best way for the Republican Party to begin to restore itself to what it was, or rather, what it needs to be, is for the other candidates to refuse to play Trumps game at all. In debate, when he says something outrageous, don’t be baited, mere look at him like the irrelevant piece of shit that he really is, andcontinue on with more meaningful debate. When Trump spouts off to the media about deporting Muslims, don’t engage, merely say that is a dumb idea, and continue on, giving them your message.
    Move the party forward, bringing intelligence and common sense back to the White House. Israel is our only friend in the middle east. Befriend them again. Begin to secure our borders. It can’t be done overnight, but it won’t ever be done if we don’t start. Make the party a party that welcomes people of diversity, whether race, religion, sexual preference, whatever. If you cannot accept the people like that, you will never win another presidential election. Plain and simple.
    Oh, and then, by all that is Holy, if you win, you had better be ready to lead, and to lead well. Because things are fucked up. And whoever is in office next time is going to be under the scrutiny of the entire country. Of that, I am confident.
    Dear G-d, don’t let it be Trump.

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  23. I am so glad we have Great Republican Leaders like Paul Ryan to once again betray and a$$ f*ck us all. Yes, lets us all vote for these lying, back stabbing a$$holes.

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      1. Really? So you are claiming that Ryan and all the other leaders of the Republican Party did not just f*ck every registered Republican who voted for them to go to Congress and stop all this sh*t? “alternate viewpoints”? Thats it? People saying one thing in order to get elected and then doing the exact, diametric opposite is just “alternate viewpoints”? Ryan just surrendered and is crawling on his knees, begging Barri to like him. So yes! Vote for the same pack of a$$holes who just, once again, f*cked us. THAT will change things.

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        1. Reading comprehension. It’s key. Your implication is that it’s either the establishment RINOs, who indeed fuck us all, and Trump, it’s a false dichotomy. There are options that are better than Trump without kissing the ass of Paul Ryan or the establishment.

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        2. Every one of them running currently has ALREADY fucked us. All of them. They lied to get elected. They arrived in Congress. And immediately did the exact opposite of what they said they would do during the election cycle. All of them. Carson is the only one besides Trump who has no record of lying to get elected and then screwing the American people. Carson has no realistic chance, the media is seeing to that, yet again, still. That leaves Trump. He has never lied to me and never fucked me so he is hell and gone way ahead of any of the rest. And I don’t even like the man.

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        3. So his support for eminent domain, universal health care, registration of people based on their religion, etc. doesn’t bother you? That’s not a RINO? How has Ted Cruz fucked you? Just curious.

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        4. He is doing it right now. He was elected and sent to Congress on the basis that he would stop all this shit, and he immediately caved. He lied. And he continues to lie.

          As for muslims, islam is the codification of evil and muslims are the enemy, they keep telling us they are. I been across the water, I have seen what muslims do when they are in control and registering people based on religion is the least of the sh*t they do to people who are not muslim. And Trump never said anything about registering anyone, that was put in his mouth by a talking head at cnn and EVERYONE has run with it. What he said and I 100% agree with is placing a hold on muslims being brought into America until the morons in our government can pull their heads out of their asses and figure out who the enemy is.

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        5. He would stop all this shit. Well, that’s certainly detailed. You expect one Senator to stop all the bad shit going on in the legislature? May I remind you that he was LEADING the fight against ObamaCare and was shit on by every establishment douchebag for it? And typical in Trump style, he was asked a question by a reporter, and later claimed he didn’t understand it. Well, hell, yeah… that’s a guy I want in the White House – a guy who can’t even understand a simple fucking question or answer it with “No, I don’t fucking want to register anyone based on faith!” Oh, nevermind. You’re a Trumproid, and therefore impervious to logic.

          As for placing a hold on Muslims being allowed into the country, how do you propose to effectively do that? Jihadists are allowed to lie about their faith and do. The only way you’re going to stop them from immigrating here legally is by placing a hold on ALL immigration. Good luck with that. Thousands of illegal aliens make their way across the border with Mexico every day – with several middle easterners already have been found hiding among them. Again, good luck with that – especially since a ton of them who are born here and grow up here get radicalized later in life.

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        6. Fine. Keep voting for the same lying assholes who keep fucking you. I am sure they will stop if you vote for them enough times. I have far too much to do on a daily basis than to waste 2-3 hours giving you a detailed list of all the shit being done to us by the people you keep defending. Go here, https://www.congress.gov/ all the details are there.

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        7. Good luck with Trump. You’ll have no rights at all if he ever gets everything he wants and buys himself a country.

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  24. And Fiorinna, she has a long history of duplicity and double dealing. Another non-starter.

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