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You can cut down that yellow slice to half if you support the Welfare System.
You can likewise cut down that green slice to less than that if you believe in the Welfare System.
Involuntary Servitude is slavery.
Me working for wages, 'THEY' take to support those who will not work to support themselves.
Sure never volunteered for any of that.
Quote:Crystal Kelly

Donald is the alpha. He has the best looking wife, Ivy league business degree, and hosted one of the most watched TV shows of all time where he viciously fired people every week. Cruz is a sleazy lawyer who rode the pockets of his wife to office.

Democrats and RINO’s have destroyed this country. I sincerely hope Mr. Trump wins and turns this car around before it turns into another Detroit or Baltimore.

We can no longer afford to split the pot with everyone who wants a piece, especially with illegals. It’s too risky. America is struggling enough as it is. Most of us are making below living wage and just had our health insurance forcefully taken away. I make 60k per year and my healthcare is up to $400 per month; compare this to my $25/month car insurance (from Insurance Panda) or my $13/month renters insurance. Both private enterprise (take note, Obama). Do we really want our tax dollars aiding these border jumpers and terrorists?

This country has gone so far off track it isn’t funny.

There appears to be only one man who can right this ship…

Trump 2016
Did you see El Bullshitissimo speaking for Jeb today in SC?

Man, GW looked bad. 
Dementia is just another word for nothing left to confuse.

Lindsay Graham was there sitting near by to Laura Lovelace Bush  Lol
Where were the Bullshitissimo twins?

Do you miss the Bush twins?
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Jenna's mouth is always wide open for that Deep Throat moment.

The Bush Twins are special, because they have given me so much amusement over the years.
Remember the famous image of Jenna out on a South Carolina beach,
looking for Cam Newton to cast his vote in her polling booth?

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I can  hear Trump announcing with his forefinger in the air like he does:
"I will never say the word p---- again!"
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Note that Trump pointedly remarked in the debate that he will NEVER say curse words again.
Lets look at the polls.

A dead heat between Cruz and Rubio,
with Bush close behind but sweating blood and tears for little gain.

All the Laura Lovelace and GW winky stinky support they try to pile on Jeb isn't going to work.


Dick Cheney was on TV today, of course, since it is the token Jeb Bush media day.
I turned off the sound and watched Cheney's pantomine unfold for a few seconds.
A palate of distatseful dystopian future caused me to pause and then go spit into the bathroom sink.
I turned the faucet on and washed away the memory,
and then turned the TV off.

Flashes of fresh but cumbersome current memories of Jeb and GW,
on the TV stage together there made me wonder,
how many South Carolinians really fall for this crap like the polls say they do? 

I don't think so.
We shall see what the SC voters say about Jeb Bush on Saturday.

Man, GW looked bad on TV there.
Dementia is just another word for nothing left to confuse.

Reefer Whip
"Their" "here"
for the Middle Class
and upgrade "minimum" Wage and All
While I'm still talking to someone with a Foreign accent
over my new Dish system put in Super Bowl Sunday
Horsepoop Sheep Horsepoop

Election still reminds me of Who can steal the most Poker Chips
and I am a Pee-on .
Horsepoop Sheep Horsepoop Sheep

I only Pray ..

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Society has been watching "Soap Operas" for Years now
now Life has become one big soap opera
go figure .
Horsepoop Sheep Doh

Quote:Betty Davis Stephens shared Mike Rowe's post.
11 hrs ·

Need a job, are you in high school, thinking about college, need a career change....this article is a good read. Please share a college degree is NOT the only route to having a good job with good benefits.

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Mike Rowe added 3 new photos.Like Page
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Last week, my personal toilet at mikeroweWORKS Headquarters coughed up a disgusting clog of bad advice, noxi...ous bromides, and odorous stereotypes, leaving my entire office awash in the horrific stench of myth and nonsense. With no licensed plumbers on hand, I was forced to address the problem myself, pulling each offending fallacy from it’s cardboard tube of allegorical poo, and confronting it with a mix of government statistics and righteous indignation. As always, my objective was twofold - to shine a light on America’s widening skills gap, and debunk the growing perception that “all the good jobs are gone.”
This latest effort is called “Hot Under the Blue Collar,” and it was sponsored by One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, and Mr. Sparky Electrical. Like so many other companies who rely on a skilled workforce, the people who own home service businesses are struggling to find the next generation of tradespeople who will keep our lights on and our pipes clear. Right now, thousands of good jobs - literally thousands - exist within these three companies alone. But no one seems to want them, and the reasons have nothing to do with low pay, poor benefits, or a lack of available training. They have more to do with the metaphorical miasma of misinformation currently clogging my commode. Consider:
Back in 2009, 12 million people were out of work. Most Americans assumed that could be fixed with 12 million new jobs. Thus, “job creation” became headline news. But then, the Bureau of Labor and Statistics quietly announced that companies were struggling to fill 2.1 million skilled positions. That statistic generated a lot of questions.
How could so many good jobs go unfilled when so many people were out of work? Why weren’t people lining up for these opportunities? Why weren’t apprenticeship programs exploding with eager applicants?
Democrats blamed corporate greed. “Just offer workers more money,” they said, “and the skills gap will close itself.”
Republicans blamed the unemployed. “See? The jobs are out there,” they said. “Now get off your lazy ass and get one!”
Consequently, the skills gap became politicized, and ultimately overshadowed by unemployment figures, interest rates, inflation, and just about every other economic indicator. And so, the existence of 2.1 million good jobs got very little attention.
Now, eight years later, unemployment is down, interest rates are under control, and inflation is in check. But the overall labor participation rate is very low, and the skills gap is wider than ever. In fact, the latest numbers are out, and they are astonishing. According to the Department of Labor, America now has 5.6 million job openings. [url=]…/america-has-near-record-56-m…/37901930
Forget your politics for a moment, and consider the enormity of what’s happening here. Millions of people who have stopped looking for work, are ignoring 5.6 million genuine opportunities. That’s not a polemic, or a judgment, or an opinion. It’s a fact. And so is this: most of those 5.6 million opportunities don’t require a diploma - they require require a skill.
Unfortunately, the skilled trades are no longer aspirational in these United States. In a society that’s convinced a four-year degree is the best path for the most people, a whole category of good jobs have been relegated to some sort of “vocational consolation prize.” Is it any wonder we have 1.3 trillion dollars in outstanding student loans? Is it really a surprise that vocational education has pretty much evaporated from high schools? Obviously, the number of available jobs and the number of unemployed people are not nearly as correlated as most people assume.
I’m no economist, but the skills gap doesn’t seem all that mysterious - it seems like a reflection of what we value. Five and half million unfilled jobs is clearly a terrible drag on the economy and a sad commentary of what many people consider to be a "good job," but it also represents a tremendous opportunity for anyone willing to learn a trade and apply themselves.
As long as Americans remain addicted to affordable electricity, smooth roads, indoor plumbing and climate control, the opportunities in the skilled trades will never go away. They’ll never be outsourced. And those properly trained will always have the opportunity to expand their trade into a small business. But if we don’t do something to reinvigorate the trades, and make a persuasive case for good jobs that actually exist, I'm afraid the metaphorical crap in my literal toilet will never go away, and millions of great opportunities will go down the drain.
In closing, please - don’t let anyone tell you that opportunity is dead in America. That’s the biggest myth of all, and in honor of President’s Day, I propose we smash that turd to pieces and flush it away with all due speed. In a few weeks, mikeroweWORKS will release another batch of Work Ethic Scholarships. This year, I put a call out to a few large companies that rely on skilled labor, and they've agreed to help me fund a new round. I’m grateful. Along with the help of many on this page, we’ve raised enough to make a sizable splash in mid March.
I’ll also provide a link to “Hot Under the Blue Collar,” which probably won’t win a Cleo, but just might keep the conversation lively.
Stay tuned…

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Quote:Jueri Svjagintsev “…The significance of Trump’s foreign policy “heresy,” as liberal commentator Jonathan Chait characterized it, is that his views are only “heretical” inside the Washington Beltway. Out here in the real world, they’re the conventional wisdom.

… – let’s just kick back and enjoy the sheer beauty of this moment when the neocons, their “liberal” doppelgangers, and indeed all of “respectable” society melts down over the GOP frontrunner’s “heretical” foreign policy views.”
Quote:Bernie Sanders a Bum Who Didn’t Earn His First Steady Paycheck Until Age 40 Then Wormed His Way Into Politics
Jim Hoft Feb 15th, 2016 6:39 pm 197 Comments
What a shock.
Bernie Sanders was a bum who didn’t earn a steady paycheck until he was 40 years old. He was a slob who lived in a shack with a dirt floor. He later wrote about masturbation and rape for left-wing rags for $50 a story. The Socialist then wormed his way into politics.

Bernie had his electricity cut off a lot so he’d run an extension cord down to the basement. He couldn’t pay his bills.
And today he’s running for president so he can take your money and redistribute it.
Investor’s Business Daily reported:
Quote:Sanders spent most of his life as an angry radical and agitator who never accomplished much of anything. And yet now he thinks he deserves the power to run your life and your finances — “We will raise taxes;” he confirmed Monday, “yes, we will.”

One of his first jobs was registering people for food stamps, and it was all downhill from there.

Sanders took his first bride to live in a maple sugar shack with a dirt floor, and she soon left him. Penniless, he went on unemployment. Then he had a child out of wedlock. Desperate, he tried carpentry but could barely sink a nail. “He was a shi**y carpenter,” a friend told Politico Magazine. “His carpentry was not going to support him, and didn’t.”

Then he tried his hand freelancing for leftist rags, writing about “masturbation and rape” and other crudities for $50 a story. He drove around in a rusted-out, Bondo-covered VW bug with no working windshield wipers. Friends said he was “always poor” and his “electricity was turned off a lot.” They described him as a slob who kept a messy apartment — and this is what his friends had to say about him.

The only thing he was good at was talking … non-stop … about socialism and how the rich were ripping everybody off. “The whole quality of life in America is based on greed,” the bitter layabout said. “I believe in the redistribution of wealth in this nation.”

So he tried politics, starting his own socialist party. Four times he ran for Vermont public office, and four times he lost — badly. He never attracted more than single-digit support — even in the People’s Republic of Vermont. In his 1971 bid for U.S. Senate, the local press said the 30-year-old “Sanders describes himself as a carpenter who has worked with ‘disturbed children.’ ” In other words, a real winner.

He finally wormed his way into the Senate in 2006, where he still ranks as one of the poorest members of Congress. Save for a municipal pension, Sanders lists no assets in his name. All the assets provided in his financial disclosure form are his second wife’s. He does, however, have as much as $65,000 in credit-card debt.

Sure, Sanders may not be a hypocrite, but this is nothing to brag about. His worthless background contrasts sharply with the successful careers of other “outsiders” in the race for the White House, including a billionaire developer, a world-renowned neurosurgeon and a Fortune 500 CEO.

The choice in this election is shaping up to be a very clear one. It will likely boil down to a battle between those who create and produce wealth, and those who take it and redistribute it.
So it only makes sense that Democrats would look to Bernie to be their leader.

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Carroll County Sheriff James T. DeWees posted on Facebook Saturday morning a letter to the president following the deaths of law enforcement officers across the country, including two sheriff’s deputies in Harford County.

Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees, Facebook

 Dear President Obama:

In case you haven’t heard, eight American police officers over the past eight days have been killed in the line of duty. Two of these police officers were Harford County Sheriff’s Deputies that were gunned down at a Panera Restaurant just 50 miles from where you live. I’ve watched and listened intently for words of encouragement and sorrow to come from you, but haven’t heard or seen anything.

Conversely, just two weeks ago my governor, Larry Hogan, spent the better part of a week placing a call each day to one of my deputies that was involved in a severe traffic collision in Carroll County. He wasn’t satisfied with speaking to me in order to send his prayers and regards; he called every day after the collision until he spoke with my deputy’s wife. Governor Hogan also drove to Harford County the day after two deputies were slain to meet Sheriff Gahler and the men & women of his office to grieve with them. The governor is in the middle of the 2016 Legislative Session and is pretty busy, yet found time to call, visit and pay his respects to me & my deputy, and the men & women of the Harford County Sheriff’s Office.

I understand that you are a busy man and are being pulled in multiple directions every day of the week. But, when my president doesn’t take the time to openly recognize the sacrifices that brave men & women of law enforcement make each day to keep domestic peace, I’m disappointed! I suspect that if these same deputies walked in to a restaurant, and without provocation shot and killed an innocent man, you and your staff would quickly whisk their family away to Washington for a future speech to make an example of police officers nationwide.

For me Mr. President, it has nothing to do with Republican or Democrat; black or white, male or female; but, it has everything to do with leading or following. I’m not shocked that you haven’t openly reached out or acknowledged publically the recent rash of deaths in law enforcement, but I’m tremendously disappointed!

Mr. President, your silence about these events SPEAKS VOLUMES!!!!

PS: I’ll be standing outside in the cold next week with my deputies for the funerals of the Harford Co deputies; I’ll save you a spot next to me!

James T. DeWees
Carroll County Maryland 
Lead Photo: Harford County Sheriff reports deputies deaths (Baltimore Sun)

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Quote:It appears the 2016 presidential race has gone to the dogs.
At a campaign event in Reno, Nevada, Hillary Clinton barked like a dog while explaining how Republicans lie.
After blasting Republicans for claiming that the Great Recession was caused by too much Wall Street regulation, Clinton told the crowd at Truckee Meadows Community College that she wishes a dog could follow Republicans and bark whenever they lie.
She then literally barked into the microphone.
Hillary Clinton is an idiot.
Start celebrating now Lol because the Bush Dynasty will die nasty in SC on Saturday. 

Bush is burnt toast. He is road kill splatter. 
Jeb is nothing more than a toilet stain awaiting the Comet cleanser and the Drano.

A CNN national poll had him at 1 percent this morning Rofl

Take Laura Lovelace Bush and the Bullshitissimo suck monster twins back to Texas,
and put GW in a rest home for dementia cases.

America has had enough of the Bush family.
Lindsay Graham failed.

Go away and don't come back any other day.

I will have everybody here know that it was V, and that would be me,
who made the very first:
Anybody But Bush baseball caps way back when GB sr. ran for president.
I revived the hats when GW ran.
Trump elimanted Bush by choosing to run, and so the hat does not need to be resurrected.


Old friends of mine still have their hats displayed on a wall at home.

For those of you that dislike Hillary,
you can have hats made that say:
Anybody But Hillary


Bulk Republican voters don't care,
that Trump doesn't have a ... how to ... or a ... we do it this way,
on all the promises he makes.
Those voters are happy with the premise of Trump winging it,
and adapting to conditions as they would unfold.
because all the rest of the candidates are liars Whip
with a cotton plantation of plans that they will have to pick-a-ninny wing it on,
if they got elected.
If Trump were to fail in office, 
all the rest of the candidates would fail as much or more,
and the American voter senses that.

Most of the candidates are political pick-a-ninny's.
Especially Bush, and Sanders, and Carson.

The race at this point is streamlining to the two political plantation owners.
Trumpty Dumpty and Heebie Jeebie Hillary.
That may change, 
but for now that is where it stands.

on the issue of Trump being assassinated.
The momentum is a bit scary in that direction.
I want to point this out in that regard:

What is the most powerful cartel that Trump has threatened .... economically?

The corporate pharmaceutical terrorists, ... aka ...  health care Mafioso.
This group of international criminals has the money and apparatus in place to assassinate anybody.

raising his finger in the air at the debate stated on the issue of escalating drug prices,
that the era of price gouging by pharma terror corporate swindlers,
"was going to end" 


Do you think that they are going to sit there and let that happen?
too much money in those cancer drugs, etc.
Powerful pharma cartels could easily manipulate a scenario of a Muslim lone wolf attack,
and assassinate Trump.

That is just one of many threats he faces.
But that is the one threat veiled behind the headlines to seriously consider.
Not to mention the Bush clan and it's shadowed CIA attachments,
going for revenge and behind the scenes manipulation once Jeb is sent packing.

In the meantime,
Bush is dieing in SC polls Applause

Bush might take 5th place Rofl

I will love every second of watching El Stupidissimo Bush,
concede and drop out of the race.

That is my worry as well, that someone will try to kill Trump, if that happens you can be sure the Republicans will loose this election.
Quote:USA Today national poll shows entire Republican field can beat both Hillary and Bernie.
Against Hillary:
Trump wins 45% to 43%.
Cruz wins 45-44
Rubio wins 46-42
Against Bernie: 
Trump wins 44% to 43%.
Cruz loses 42-44
Rubio wins 46-42
The ads touting a “vote for Trump/Cruz” is a vote for the Democrats are not only offensive to a large segment of GOP voters who support these candidates, but also not supported by current polling data. Apparently each of the top three GOP candidates are capable of beating either Clinton or Sanders. Of course, that’s not necessarily saying much, since Clinton and Sanders are arguably the worst two presidential candidates in recent history.
I was asked last night which of the two candidates I thought was going to win in Nevada'
"What do you mean who do I think will win in Nevada?" says I. "I KNOW who's going to win in Nevada.
I don't care what face he's wearing.... The Devil's going to win in Nevada."
Quote:"We're Voting With Our Middle Finger": South Carolina Explains Why It Will Pick Trump
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 02/16/2016 20:45 -0500
Earlier today, we noted that going into the South Carolina primary, Donald Trump is sitting on a commanding lead not just in the state, where he’s up 17 points, but nationally, where his lead over Ted Cruz is an even larger 20 points.
Perhaps most disconcerting for Cruz, Trump has a nine point national edge among white evangelicals, a voter base the Texas senator should by all rights dominate. Trump is also only 3 points behind Cruz among voters who identify as “very conservative.”
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In short, the Teflon Don is living up to the hype and while everyone was laughing last summer when Trump declared his candidacy, the only one who is laughing now is Trump himself.
Some were surprised that the latest GOP debate - which appeared at times as though it might devolve into a fist fight - didn’t dent Trump’s numbers. We’re not sure why the shock.

Quite a bit of what Trump said at the debate was true. America shouldn’t have gone to Iraq. There were no weapons of mass destruction. Jeb Bush’s brother didn’t prevent 9/11. All of those statements - which drew boos from a crowd Trump claimed was stacked with Bush supporters - pale in comparison to virtually everything else the bellicose billionaire has said on the campaign trail. We’re talking about a candidate that called immigrants rapists, says he will demand that Mexico pay for a wall on the border, said John McCain isn’t a war hero, and called for a ban on Muslims. And people are somehow surprised that a few slightly controversial comments about foreign policy didn’t sink him in the polls? The most amusing thing about the debate - well, besides how utterly absurd it was - was that Trump at times appeared to have a better grip on foreign policy than anyone else on the stage.
In any event, The LA Times is out with a new piece that explores why South Carolina voters are overwhelmingly coming out in support of Trump. Excerpts are presented below, but John Baldwin, a used-car dealer from Greenville summed up the mood quite succinctly: “We’re voting with our middle finger,” he declares. We imagine Bernie Sanders' supporters would say the exact same thing, if asked. A message to Washington’s entrenched political aristocracy: Americans have just given you the finger. Literally.
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From The LA Times
Robert Bowers, a 50-year-old debt collector, conceded that Donald Trump may have gone “overboard just a little bit” when he attacked President George W. Bush, saying he lied about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and failed to stop the Sept. 11 attacks.
But that did not stop Bowers, of Fountain Inn, S.C., from putting on a cap with Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan and walking through an icy cold parking lot so he could crowd into a raucous Trump rally Monday night.
“I hope he drops an F-bomb,” one fan said to another on the way into the rally.
During past controversies, Trump’s supporters have stuck with him, believing his unvarnished criticism of immigrants, Muslims, women and Sen. John McCain’s war record shows he is willing to take on establishment interests and unwilling to bend to what he calls political correctness.
“We’re voting with our middle finger,” said John Baldwin, a used-car dealer from Greenville.
Baldwin and his wife were passing out stickers and signs calling Trump’s supporters the “silent majority,” a phrase that dates to President Nixon and is used by Trump to assert that he is giving voice to beliefs that others are afraid to say out loud.
Betty Carter also didn't like the way Trump went after former President Bush. But she's still sticking with him.
"He needs to know where he is: He's in Bush country," she said waiting in a long line to see him Tuesday afternoon at Riverview Park in North Augusta, where she moved more than 15 years ago to care for her grandkids. "I didn't like it, but I'm still voting for him."
Monday night’s rally was typical of Trump’s performances, which feel like arena rock concerts as much as political events. Thousands packed into the TD Convention Center. Many stood along the sides of the cavernous convention hall when the seats ran out. Others were sent to an overflow room or turned away. Giant screens lit up Trump’s face; spotlights vacillated in front of the stage; Van Halen music blared.
“Didn’t you love this last debate?” Trump said to cheers. “They came at me from every angle.”
We shouldn’t have gone into Iraq. That was a big mistake because it destabilized the whole Middle East,” Trump said. “Some people say ‘Oh, don’t say that.’”
“Everything you see right now is an offshoot of that decision,” he added,
Saddam Hussein killed terrorists,” Trump said. “He didn’t do it politically correct. He found a terrorist, they were gone within five seconds, OK. With us, we find a terrorist, it’s going to be 25 years and a trial.”
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We're reasonbly sure Trump has no idea that Islamic State's top ranks are almost entirely comprised of former Baathists.
But in this case we'll forgive his ignorance because when he says that everything wrong in the Mid-East today is "an offshoot" of the decision to invade Iraq, he is 100% correct.

The first CNN Town Hall ... tonight/ last night ... with Carson, Rubio and Cruz.

Ted 'Harvard 666' Cruz  Lol

I watched the town hall with Carson, Rubio, and Cruz on CNN in SC.

Carson ... he is a likeable fellow. 
He is a really nice guy, a really fine human being ... 
When he first stands up and talks on stage,
in the background of your mind suddenly,
you begin to faintly hear ... that chorus of black choir singers singing praise and glory.
The choir of Sisters ebbs and flows in low volume with the tenor of his responses,
but in a short period of time actually,
that choir just fades away in bittersweet dissonance ... 
and you just can't listen to Buckwheat any longer.

Carson's warm and fuzzy teddy bear demeanor while talking tough on national security,
does not instill American Eagle confidence in this candidate.

Rubio actually kept me listening and observing with interest through his entire round.
He connected very well with the crowd, and no doubt with the TV audience.
He was relaxed and professional and his answers weren't that scripted,
they were actually presented quite well.

I was impressed enough to look at the presidential race this way.
Rubio is indeed too young, 
but he got his needed shot in the arm today with the Nikki Haley endorsement.
That gave Rubio a chance to relax with confidence into the Town Hall tonight.
Not only was that endorsement a hard blow to Bush, 
it didn't help Cruz at all either.
Tonight Rubio showed his quality human side,
and his excellent intelligence focused with sharp responses.

But maybe that is what the country needs.
Maybe the country needs Young Blood at the top for a change.
Maybe not, as Rubio has questionable qualitifications, and actions as well.
But it crossed my mind as I watched Rubio perform.
Rubio grew up today.
He is no longer Christie's "boy in the bubble" or in debate trouble.

But he needs that knock out punch now.
He has to take second place from Cruz.

It was Cruz this time that did not sit well with me.
I just have to Cruz-i-fy this slick talking conservative.  

Cruz is "young blood" as well.
Cruz is a spooky brand of conservative.
He has this unpleasant demonic undertone to his demeanor.
He knows how to express several specific political points in a row,
to several narrow niches of conservatism successfully.
His vocal tones and accentuations,
are exactly how each conservative niche wants to hear the content stated.
I know this  Naughty  
and why?
Because when Cruz goes off on Iran,
and talks about deep sixing the AyaGhoula Khameini,
and carpet bombing nuclear plants into pancakes in Iran,
well I just get all ... hell yea ... go Ted Cruz.
He expresses it all just so perfectly,
with facial expressions like he is disemboweling the AyaGhoulah Rofl 
But as soon as he says anything else,
I come back to reality and get that spine chill syndrome from the guy. 

He has to have some Satan with a dash of snake oil in his veins.
Well maybe Satan is a bit harsh ... the Beast?
Ted "Harvard 666" Cruz. 
Ted Cruz would make a great Count Dracula in a Hollywood vampire movie.
Cruz was abslolutely dripping in Draculosis,
as he rambled on and on about Trump tonight to CNN's Anderson Stupor's questions.

Cruz started off like an arch bishop in the Spanish Inquisition on stage tonite.
He puts a bible of damnation in front of you, 
and instructs you that you are going to confess now. 
Then he calmly informs you that you are going to die in terrible pain for your sins,
with little doubt that hell will be your last stop.

Anderson was sitting there totally erect and petrified in terror.
The audience likewise was frozen in fear, 
motionless and almost breathless.
It was bizarre.
There was nothing ... nothing .. but sound of Ted Cruz in total Draculosis mode.

Cruz was pontificating like he was God there to judge a sinner,
all the good, the bad, and the ugly sinners,
with a bible judgemnent of damnation in hell for the special sinner Donald Trump.

I had to turn the TV off after a solid dose of Ted "Harvard 666" Cruz.
Cruz is a Tricky Dick and a devil in disguise.

Rubio unfortunately was at the mercy of Anderson Stupor at the end of the session.
Anderson being the NY gay snotty pantie waste that he is,
goes way off track and somewhat embarrasses Rubio,
with  a question on Marco's tastes in modern electronic music.
This quickly diverted attention from Rubio's solid performance.
Unfortunate, even Rubio was like ... c'mon man ... what kind of question is that?

Ben Buckwheat Carson 
Marco JFKO Rubio
Ted Harvard 666 Cruz
John Marcel Marceau Kasich
Jeb El Stupidissimo Bush
Vladimir Napoleon Trump

Trump has a tall task to entangle with tomorrow night.
It will be his defining moment.
He is quite distracted with Cruz Draculosis,
and has hammered at all the Bush contingencies hard,
such as Lindsay Graham Cracker.

The main problem I have with Cruz is that everything he says seems rehearsed, listen carefully when he talks and it seems like he is just acting and not engaging, he is like an actor and it does not sound truthful
South Carolina Town Hall on CNN tonight.
Carson is a good guy, good ideas, but no fire.

Rubio nailed it from first to last.

Cruz is just tedious.
Give him the job of national Chaplain.
His cadence is that of an old time Baptist preacher

As I said after Iowa, Rubio will come on in three states thereafter. He may still do so, even after stumbling in New Hampshire debate with Christy.
He looks to be recovering. Don't know if he'll be there quite on track by the time SC is over, but after I think you'll see him surge.
Will he overtake Trump?
Tough question.

Wrote this just after last night's town hall, saw I didn't post it.
Amused just now how much it matched V's critique
So the Pope fire a shot at Trump
Trump fired back
Angel Sheep Angel
just a Thought
maybe the Pope should do What he should do most
Pray ...................

John Nolte18 Feb 20162,539

Pope Francis attacked Republican front-runner Donald Trump Thursday as “not a Christian.” Aboard his plane, the pope was asked specifically about comments Trump made about the Pope’s visit to the Mexico border. The pope did not mince his words.

A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not of building bridges, is not Christian. This is not the Gospel. As far as what you said about whether I would advise to vote or not to vote, I am not getting involved in that. I say only this man is not Christian if he has said things like that.

Breitbart’s Alex Swoyer, live from Trump’s latest South Carolina rally, reports Trump’s response:

[The Pope] actually said that maybe I’m not a good Christian, which is really not a nice thing to say. If and when the Vatican is attacked by ISIS, which as everyone knows is ISIS’s ultimate trophy, I can promise you that the pope would have only wished and prayed that Donald Trump would have been president, because this would not have happened. ISIS would have been eradicated unlike what is happening now with our all talk no action politicians.

The pope only heard one side of the story. He didn’t see the crime, the drug trafficking and the negative economic impact the current policies have on the United States. The Mexican government its leadership have made many disparaging remarks about me.

REMINDER: The Pope lives in a Vatican City surrounded by towering walls.

If the translation is correct, the Pope is going way beyond “Who am I to judge?” (his famous comments about homosexuals) to declaring a man “not a Christian” over one issue. To condemn an entire man over this one issue, especially when the Pope himself lives behind towering walls, is hard to grasp.

UPDATE: Rubio pushed back against Pope: “Vatican City controls who comes in, when they come in, and how they come in, as a city-state. The United States has a right to do that, as well.”

UPDATE: Trump’s full official statement:

If and when the Vatican is attacked by ISIS, which as everyone knows is ISIS’s ultimate trophy, I can promise you that the Pope would have only wished and prayed that Donald Trump would have been President because this would not have happened. ISIS would have been eradicated unlike what is happening now with our all talk, no action politicians.

The Mexican government and its leadership has made many disparaging remarks about me to the Pope, because they want to continue to rip off the United States, both on trade and at the border, and they understand I am totally wise to them. The Pope only heard one side of the story – he didn’t see the crime, the drug trafficking and the negative economic impact the current policies have on the United States. He doesn’t see how Mexican leadership is outsmarting President Obama and our leadership in every aspect of negotiation.

For a religious leader to question a person’s faith is disgraceful. I am proud to be a Christian and as President I will not allow Christianity to be consistently attacked and weakened, unlike what is happening now, with our current President. No leader, especially a religious leader, should have the right to question another man’s religion or faith. They are using the Pope as a pawn and they should be ashamed of themselves for doing so, especially when so many lives are involved and when illegal immigration is so rampant.

another thought for the Pope

the Church made Mexico what it is today .
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Quote:so who else is there ... in the democritters cesspool?
Elizabeth Borring .
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Quote:Hillary is going to be the next president
her health will stop her
and her mouth.

It is excellent to see the SC vote go down tomorrow, Saturday.

The Pope nonsense went nowhere.
Rubio also coming in and affirming that the US had the right to build a wall was bold.

Rubio and Cruz are bludgeoning each other repeatedly ad nauseum.
Cruz exhibits a repetitive dirty tricks operation lubricated with demon dickhead snake oil.
But he knows when and how to play tough on Rubio who might take second place.
The recent fake Obama - Rubio TV ad by Cruz,
was top hat filthy nasty and totally distatseful politics.

Trump chumped on the Bush Lies,
and played it politically safe for the Town Hall which was handled very tactfully,
in that he literally escaped scrutiny while on prime time.
Today CNN has been on a tirade trying to bury Trump on this subject,
with the old interveiw between Trump and Howard Stern.
those CNN fuckheads Hmm2

CNN  --- aka --- Con News Network Whip
Anderson Stupor as the elite NYC national gay news pixie,
and the rest of CNN are doing everything they can to bury Trump before tomorrow's vote.
those CNN scumble 


Trump did well on the Town Hall.
He showed relaxed presidential command.
Trump did better than Rubio overall actually, 
and by virtue of appearing more experienced in the larger spectrum of international life,
which has it's merits in dealing internationally with business and politics.

I watched Kasich a bit.
... too much Energizer Bunny trying to Ohio Jack in the Box excessive political feel good positivity,
all of which does not really exist in Ohio except in Kasich's mind. 
He had a few interesting ideas, 
that I became quickly disinterested in having him excessively explain.
I don't know why ... 
but he reminds me of the Democrats bullshit after listenting to him for 25 minutes.
So I opted to go to the store for some beer, 
instead of sitting out the ... John "alice in ohio wonderland" Kasich reruns Whip

Bush ... what a sorry lame butt bozinski Shemp
Mama is in the audience glowing with prime time pride as the camera pans in her direction.
Jeb is so goddam pathetic.
You can see it in his face.
With every answer he gave to Anderson Stupor's intro Q&A,
you could see Jeb hopefully glancing over to Mama Bush,
for that oh so timely CNN camera shot right in her direction.
I watched Bush for maybe 7 minutes.
Nauseating half wit.

I watched the whole Trump interview on the Town Hall.
He kept me there interested and attentive, and I liked his capability to handle the event,
nobody in the rest of the rat pack of Republican candidates,
had it even one fourth as tough to engage in what Trump had to endure that night. 

I think that Trump will walk away with SC,
and Rubio will come in second.

It is neck and neck between Rubio and Cruz,
and it should be a photo finish,
and Trump will be taking the photograph with a blinding flash at them as they cross the finish line.

Trump will remain in the lead for the foreseeable future.
Whether Rubio overtakes Cruz before Nevada is a flip of the coin, maybe not even at Nevada, but after Nevada I think the public will tire of Cruz, and then I expect Rubio will overtake him down the stretch, and then support for the also-rans will begin to leak into Rubio's camp, and the gap between himself and Trump will close.....maybe too late!
I think we will be able to thank that 'TUB' Christy for destroying any real chance of a decent choice in the end.

My choice has been pretty much Rubio from before the beginning (Last election as well, but he wouldn't run). But if needs be, I wouldn't be too devastated if Trump is the eventual nominee.

If only the GOP would fall in solidly behind the working man, middle class American, on whose back this nation rests, while maintaining traditional, conservative values (Some things I tend toward liberal... but just!), there'd hardly be a contest.
Secure the border!
Bring back the jobs!
Get rid of welfare, put 'em to work rebuilding the nation's infrastructure to earn that dole instead!
Get rid of the IRS. Flat tax!

Just for starters.
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Another way of looking at this whole thing is;
US troops on the ground in the Middle East. Perhaps Iran goes hot. Much violence and Chaos there.

If Dems get POTUS
US troops on the ground in the Middle East. Perhaps Iran goes hot. Much violence and chaos there.
US troops and police in the streets here as the message of anything goes, and open borders forever gets reinforced.
ISIS finds a home in the US as well.
American citizens disarmed and placed defenseless before her enemies.
A nation headed for collapse.

(Oops Bush just got out!)
One thing can be said now for certain.

The Bush Dynasty is finished for good.
The Bullshitissimo twins will never amount to anything politically viable,
and Jeb couldn't drag out any more Bushkins to try and save his dummy dust filled campaign.
no more GW, no more El Stupidissimo, and no more Mama Bush, 
in a televized slow death of lingering political failure.

The CNN post election coverage has an Obama-noid named Van Jones,
that went off on Trump for not saying something nice Lol
about the Bush failure and campaign departure in SC.
Rubio and Cruz both distastefully sucked up to Bush voters in post election speeches,
but only Trump held firm to his dislike and disdainful comtempt of El Stupidissimo,
but he showed class in just not saying anything at all about Bush.

Well I will say it.
Jeb Bush is the 100 milliion dollar failure.
wasting that 100 million dollars in his clown campaign.
Jeb Bush is an international political embarrassment.

We all owe Trump a round of applause for entering this race,
and by doing so,
burying the Bush dynasty forever.

Well, I called it for Rubio taking second place. Applause

This was a major setback for Cruz.
SC, an evangelical state,
rejected the Ted -Harvard 666- Cruz brand of evangelical politics,
by voting for Rubio and Trump in greater numbers.

Cruz exists on the edge of sociopathic evangelical fanatcism,
causing him to be a political liability in electability against Hillary.
As such a sizable contingency of SC voters abandoned Cruz,
and voted into the Rubio surge to second place.

The post SC primary speeches by the candidates were interesting.
Trump interestingly brought the family women on stage and had Melania say a few words,
and though she is somewhat novice and stumbly in that stage presence,
she was sincere and attractively sweet,
and looked upon quite positively by the CNN post debate pundits.

Trump cleaned up and sent the Pope packing.
Trump cleaned up and sent the Bush dynasty packing.
Trump cleaned up as well on evangelical voteras abandoning Cruz.

The  Trump brought out Ivanka, {who I earlier in a post called Bianca while drinking beer} Slap2
and she is also a very interesting addition to the overall stage setting,
that Trump is unfolding for the upcoming states.
12 Pics That Prove Ivanka Trump 
Would be the HOTTEST First Daughter EVER

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I am still trying to decide if her titties are real  Smoke   
The above looks photo shopped rather than hot stuffed silicone taffy, 
but they are a bit overtly and voluptuously rounded.

Perhaps she uses padded bras in some images   Hmm2

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Those titties look real.  Luv

Megyn Kelly cannot even compete with Ivanka Trump's class and beauty.
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Melania Trump, First Lady. 

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Melania Trump's titties are definitely real.

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wow, what a first lady

holy Smoke smokes 


On to Nevada!
Bring all those campaign champagne trail titties to Nevada Mr. Trump, 
because those titties can help win elections in Nevada,
and even in the bible belt.
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San Bernardino County Calls the FBI Liars Over Terrorist's iCloud Account, now claiming that they reset the password under the direction of the FBI. Senior Apple exec also suggesting this mess was created by the FBI.
Quote:CIUDAD JUAREZ, Chihuahua — In front of a large audience of manufacturing leaders, Pope Francis I spoke out against focusing on the bottom line instead of on the lives of the workers.
“God will settle the score with the slavers of our day,” the Pope said.
The comments came when the Catholic Church’s top official visited this border city, considered to be an industrial hub that provides materials and workforce for both sides of the border.
“There is a special relation that this city has with the world of jobs,” Pope Francis I said. “Because of this place, we need to foster debate and relations to create a better future.”
According to the Pope one of the harshest blows to Ciudad Juarez is the lack of employment opportunities. Pope Francis also cited the lack of education which perpetuates the cycle of poverty and marginalization.
“This poverty is the best recipe for young men to fall in the cycle of drug trafficking and violence,” the Pope said.
As manufacturing leaders looked on, Pope Francis I spoke out against the “paradigm of economic utilities as the basis of modern relations”.
By focusing on the bottom line and in the maximum profit, the ethical dimensions of businesses becomes lost, he said.
“They forget that the best investment is to invest in people,” Pope Francis said. “The current mentality exploits employees. They use them, abuse them and dump them. God will settle the score with the slavers of our day.”
According to the Pope, the flow of moneys can not determine the flow of life and the flow of individuals. He added that the modern social doctrine of the church is to look out for individuals who are threatened. The doctrine will push for fair wages, just employment, a roof to sleep under, time to spend with family.
“The doctrine will be prophetic. It will help us to not get lost in the seductive sea of ambition,” the Pope said. “This is not against anyone but in favor of everyone.”
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If Trump wins Texas, and New York, the race is essentially over.

Been watching folks question Rubio about Trump, and Trump's declarations about what he will do for America, and Rubio is 'On Point', as always when responding, that all of Trump's promises are without details about 'How' he will do what he says he will do.
But in nearly every case, Rubio is quite polite about how he does it. Not vindictive, very selective about approaching every criticism concerning Trump. Maybe with an eye to a VP position down the road?
Not that he hasn't been polite with nearly all the other would be candidates in turn, but he has called out at least one on falsehoods told about him. Time is running out for a five man race.
Speaking of VPs, it might be a gamble, but this is an extraordinary election cycle, and dropping hints about a possible VP consideration early on might be a game changer, but I've got the definite feeling that something could be in the works concerning Nikki Haley, regardless of her denials about the possibility.
A Latino, and a popular woman governor would be quite a combination!
An all minority ticket would certainly signal a major change in the way the GOP is perceived among many Americans. Might do the trick for Rubio!
If we don't get a two man race soon, the choice will be narrowed down to one sooner than we might think.
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Gabby Giffords and her husband, Mark Kelly, on the gun range.
Kind of weird since both of them are anti-gun.

Rubio was a Member
of the Gang of 8
insider no less
he will not win
to much back lash/ grassroots
against him .

I think going fishing is a better idea ..

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The Cruz campaign is in trouble for dirty tricks against Rubio again today.
Cruz fires head leader in his campaign for putting out false claims in a video about Rubio saying "There are no answers in the Bible".
But the 'DIRTY' is not quite gone from Cruz. Who himself says pointing that 'Finger' as he likes to do,
"Even.... were it true! Even if it were true?" repeats himself with emphasis as though he'd like you to question it's truth, "We wouldn't do that"

What hogwash he's pulling, and I hope it bites him in the AZZ, just as it ought to do!
Trust eh? He's a bookend to Hillary as far as I'm concerned.
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Rajneeshpuram was an intentional community in Wasco County, Oregon, briefly incorporated as a city in the 1980s, which was populated with followers of the spiritual teacher Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, later known as Osho.

Outcome >
Sheela was extradited from Germany and imprisoned for these crimes, as well as for her role in infecting the salad bars of several restaurants in The Dalles (the county seat of Wasco County) with salmonella, poisoning over 750 (including several Wasco County public officials) and resulting in the hospitalization of 45 people. Known as the 1984 Rajneeshee bioterror attack, the incident is regarded as the largest biological warfare attack in the history of the United States. These criminal activities had, according to the Office of the Attorney General, begun in the spring of 1984, three years after the establishment of the commune.[3] Rajneesh himself was accused of immigration violations, to which he entered an Alford plea. As part of his plea bargain, he agreed to leave the United States and eventually returned to Poona, India. His followers left Oregon shortly afterwards.

The legal standing of Rajneeshpuram remained ambiguous. In the church/state suit, Federal Judge Helen J. Frye ruled against Rajneeshpuram in late 1985, a decision that was not contested, since it came too late to be of practical significance.[11] The Oregon courts, however, eventually found in favor of the city, with the Court of Appeals determining in 1986 that incorporation had not violated the state planning system's agricultural land goals.[11] The Oregon Supreme Court ended litigation in 1987, leaving Rajneeshpuram empty and bankrupt, but legal within Oregon law.[11][12] The Big Muddy Ranch was sold. Currently, a Christian youth camp, Washington Family Ranch, operated by Young Life, and the Big Muddy Ranch Airport are located there
Quote:No, The FBI Does Not 'Need' The Info On Farook's iPhone; This Is Entirely About The Precedent
from the stop-saying-that dept
Over and over again as people keep talking about the Apple / FBI encryption stuff, I keep seeing the same line pop up. It's something along the lines of "but the FBI needs to know what's on that phone, so if Apple can help, why shouldn't it." Let's debunk that myth. The FBI absolutely does not need to know what's on that phone. It might not even care very much about what's on that phone. As the Grugq ably explained last week, there's almost certainly nothing of interest on the phone. As he notes, Farook destroyed his and his wife's personal phones, indicating that if there were anything truly important, he would have destroyed the last phone too. Also:
Quote:FBI already has a massive amounts of data, all of which indicates that Farook and Malik were not in contact with a foreign terrorist organisation, nor were they in contact with any other unknown terrorists.

Even if, despite all evidence to the contrary, Farook and Malik were somehow in invisible traceless contact with an ISIS handler, that handler would not have revealed information about other cells, because that would violate the most basic tenet of security — need to know.
Other information, including things like who they were in contact with could be obtained from other sources -- either service providers for metadata or from the phones of those they were in contact with.

There's another post by forensic scientist Jonathan Zdziarski that

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Flanked by liberal legislators, and Black Lives Matter founders Brittany Packnett and DeRay Mckesson, President Obama told White House meeting of young militant leftists that they “are much better organizers” than he was at their age, and that he is “confident that they are going to take America to new heights.”

During Thursday’s meeting on the U.S. criminal justice system, Obama praised Baltimore mayoral candidate DeRay Mckesson for his “outstanding work mobilizing in Baltimore around these issues.”

More than 30 Baltimore businesses and buildings, including a senior living facility, were burned to the ground last April by hundreds of thugs enraged over the police-involved death of Freddie Gray.

Obama thanked the room of leftists for “the degree of focus and seriousness and constructiveness” they bring to the issue of police violence.

The meeting also included Rep. John Lewis (D-GA)

 Al Sharpton, MSNBC anchor and president of the National Action Network, plus Rashad Robinson, the executive director of the far-left boycott campaign organization Color of Change, and Cornell Brooks, president of the NAACP, among others.

“Not only did everyone get time to talk and engage, but there was also time to ask questions and go back and forth, not only with the president but also with senior staff,” Mckesson said, according to Raw Story.

Follow Jerome Hudson on Twitter @jeromeehudson.

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George W. Bush continues to haunt the Republican Party and damage its electoral chances. At home, Bush has been staying out of public gaze; abroad, he is widely hated and limits overseas travel due to fear of war crimes arrest for his 2003 invasions of Iraq. America’s name across the globe has been ruined, making us look no better, maybe even worse, than the Soviet Union. Bush/Cheney aggressions led directly to the spread of the al-Qaida movement whose goal was to drive western influence from the Muslim world. More on the baggage that saddles the GOP at the link:
Bush Haunts The GOP
‘Bordertown’ Claims the Only White People Having Sex Are Rapists, Rednecks and Racists

Quote:Another disgusting installment of Fox's adult-only cartoon, Bordertown continues its onslaught on conservative values. For all the hype about Fox News being “fair and balanced,” their sister broadcast network’s choice in cartoons is anything but. In fact, this show seems to go out of its way to be openly offensive to all things conservative, including marriage.
The premise of the episode “Groundhog Day” is that a new baby has been born in Mexifornia and, being that the baby is of Mexican descent, Caucasians are now the minority. This, of course, sets off a barrage of jokes about how minorities are overlooked, overworked, and underpaid and we couldn't possibly let this happen to the whites in town. The solution? White people just need to have more babies. “All right, time to make a baby and get my country back,” says Bud.
The only problem is the white people are all married and therefore disdain the idea of sex with their wives. Or they’re rapists, kidnappers, stalkers, or having sex with their inbred redneck sister .