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Vote For the Old White Socialist of Your Choice

Posted by V the K at 11:06 pm - October 12, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election


Another Democrat with a Thing for Kiddie Porn

Posted by V the K at 4:02 pm - October 10, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

A state chairman of Martin “Rain Tax” O’Malley’s presidential campaign has been charged with possession of kiddie porn.

A former assistant principal, who was the state chairman for presidential candidate Martin O’Malley, and who most recently served as the vice-president of a Henrico-based financial firm, was arrested Thursday for possession of child pornography.

Michael C. Teegarden, 51, of Mechanicsville, was charged on two counts of child pornography after deputies executed a search warrant at his home in the 10000 block of Morning Dew Lane.

His penchant for pictures of little kids being raped puts him in the illustrious company of Virginia ACLU President Charles Rust-Tierney, Democrat Senate Aide Jeffrey P. Rosato, and San Francisco Gay Left icon Larry Brinkin.

Ben Carson: This Week’s Object of Leftist Two-Minutes Hate

This week, a lot of very spoiled, very privileged, very stupid people on the left aimed their hate at a brilliant African-American neurosurgeon; a man who grew up on the rough streets of Detroit to become not just the country’s foremost pediatric brain surgeon but a leading contender for the 2016 Republican nomination.

The Democrats are pretty upset that this “uppity boy” doesn’t know his place. But what really riled them up were a couple of positions he has taken of late.

1. Mohammedan Shariah is not compatible with the American Constitution.

2. Self-Defense is a Human Right.

Which led to this nuanced perspective from Gayman Quarterly.

Fuck Ben Carson

You know, the only thing more alarming than Donald Trump leading the Republican presidential field is the fact that Ben Carson is the guy right behind him. While establishment puds like Jeb! Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) can’t decide if they want to beat Trump or emulate him, the Good Doctor made it clear this week that he is not only willing to replicate Trump’s signature brand of hot-garbage-spewing, but he’ll say even DUMBER shit.

Ben Carson’s success makes it harder to attack Republicans as racists; but it sure has brought out the racism on the left.




Carly Fiorina: “I have great admiration for Hillary Clinton.”

Posted by V the K at 7:37 am - September 17, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election
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The Cost of Bernie Sander’s Socialist Programs

Posted by V the K at 1:21 pm - September 15, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Social Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders has engaged the insatiable greed of the Democrat base for ‘Free Stuff from the Government’ including ‘free’ college, ‘free’ health care, and a vast expansion of welfare.

‘How much would all of this cost to implement?’ might you ask if you’re a racist homophobic warmongering theocrat who supports rape-culture. Oh, not so much, only about double the current national debt.

In all, he backs at least $18 trillion in new spending over a decade, according to a tally by The Wall Street Journal, a sum that alarms conservatives and gives even many Democrats pause. Mr. Sanders sees the money as going to essential government services at a time of increasing strain on the middle class.


Donald Trump Threw a Wrench in the GOP’s Plan to Neutralize the Illegal Immigration Issue and Nominate Jeb

Posted by V the K at 8:41 am - September 15, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

I have a theory on Trump/the GOP-E. I think the GOP candidates had a tacit agreement that they would neutralize the Illegal Immigration issue by all taking the same position on it. “Of course we can’t build a wall, and we can’t tear families apart. We will secure the border, someday (pinky swear), but we have to give all the illegals we have now (and the ones who will come in while we are working on securing that pesky border) some kind of legal status.”

But then Trump comes in and says, “Screw that, deport ‘em and build a wall!”

It really screwed up the GOP’s plan to neutralize the issue.

Trump is a pretty smart guy and he saw that the rift between Mitch McConnell’s business interests and the base was a “y-u-u-u-u-u-g-e” opportunity, and he took it.

I am not a Trump supporter, but it’s become hard not to be impressed with the guy.

Better GOP Debate Questions

Posted by V the K at 12:31 pm - September 14, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

These questions are not going to be asked at the GOP debate. They should be. For example, this question is for Jeb Bush:

You support amnesty and Common Core, you won’t undo the Iran sellout of Israel on your first day in office and – as we always expected – you’ve come out in support of more gun control. Since you have adopted Hillary’s platform, why are you running as a Republican?

Why are you so damn special that despite there being 320 million other Americans, we can’t do any better than a third Bush?


Making America a Robert Palmer Video Again

Posted by V the K at 10:32 am - September 14, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election



I think the reason I don’t get freaked out about Donald Trump is because I never believed the GOP was going to nominate a conservative anyway.


Pretty Much Sums Up the Progressive Media, AmIRight?

Posted by V the K at 11:08 am - September 10, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Trump Derangement Syndrome – The Federalist Has Got It Bad

Posted by V the K at 4:28 pm - August 24, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

The Federalist has really been on an anti-Trump tear lately.

National Review Online has been somewhat more balanced, but has had its moments.

And the GOP Establishment be like: “Trump supporters are a bunch of idiots and crybabies, and you stupid jerks should come home and support whoever we nominate.”

Meanwhile, the GOP Establishment’s golden boy – backed by all the “smart money” to the tune of $114M and with the GOP’s Top Consultants on his side… sends out a mailer that appears to show the candidate’s head poorly photoshopped on the body of a black men.


Trump Frustrates the Useless GOP

Posted by V the K at 10:44 pm - August 21, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Donald Trump buzzed the Alabama football stadium were 20-30,000 supporters were rallying in his private 757. Let me see if I can predict how this will play out. Some GOP establishment tool (Karl Rove or Rick Wilson) with a stick up his butt will decry this “recklessness” and say that it proves Trump is unfit to hold office. Trump will respond something like this, and his polls will shoot up five points.

It’s kind of funny watching the GOP establishment sputter that “Trump is not a true conservative.” Expecially considering these are the same guys who went scorched Earth on true conservatives like Chris McDaniel, Martin Wolf, and Matt Bevin back in 2014 because “true conservatives can’t win elections.”

Conservatives may not agree with Trumps policies, but a lot of them love watching the establishment that has for so long lied to them at election time, and betrayed them once in office sputter and fume in frustration. Even if Trump ultimately flames out, for now he is the vessel for a lot of frustration.

Why I Will Never be a wealthy Republican Consultant

Posted by V the K at 2:33 pm - August 18, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

I don’t embrace the Donald Trump phenomenon. But if I were part of the GOP, I would be looking at the  enthusiasm of his supporters and wondering why my preferred candidates don’t get that kind of energy. I would be carefully studying his messaging and techniques to see if I could learn something from them that might improve my candidates electoral prospects.

I guess that’s why I’m just a moron in flyover country instead a wealthy Republican consultant. Because obviously the thing to do with the Trump phenomenon is attack his supporters as ignorant hick rubes who are also idiots.

The Unelectable Ones

Posted by V the K at 8:51 am - August 12, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Recently, a smug leftist on Facebook smugged smugly, “Trump and Cruz are at the front of the Rethuglican pack. This is good news for us because both are unelectable.”


That does seem to be the conventional wisdom. Hillary wants to face off against Trump or Cruz because they are unelectable, toxic even. But are they really unelectable?

Donald Trump is an anti-politician in an age where politicians are roundly despised. He is a celebrity in a culture that adores celebrity. Putting aside his policy positions — which are largely irrelevant since most voters are ignorant at best, misinformed at worst — there is a path to the White House for him. He is unlikely to lose any of the states Mitt Romney won. It’s not inconceivable that Trump could flip states like Florida, Nevada, and Ohio, or even siphon off disaffected moderate Democrats put off by Hillary’s corruption, cronyism, and dishonesty.

Ted Cruz is despised by the Republican Establishment, and therefore, it is believed, he is “unelectable.” However, the last time I looked, the Republican Party was hated liberals, moderates, and conservatives, so he is in good company. Ted Cruz is a very gifted speaker and debator. His biggest challenge would be getting through the MFM filter; the same MFM that smeared Mitt Romney as a dog-torturer who gave women cancer with his Mormon cancer gun. Ted Cruz does do something none of the “electable” Republicans (Jeb, Kasich) do; he turns on the base and makes them excited to come out and vote.

Since 1992, the Republican Party has decided its nominee on the basis of “electability.” Every election but 2004 has featured one or more upstart candidates from the right (Pat Buchanan, Steve Forbes, Newt Gingrich) that was crushed by the party establishment in favor of a more moderate “electable” nominee. In that time, their record has been Lose, Lose, Lose Popular Vote, Win, Lose, Lose.


Not that Trump or Cruz would have an easy time of it. They wouldn’t. The MFM in this country is a propaganda arm for the Democrat Party. The Democrat fraud machine in cities like Chicago, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Detroit all but guarantee their states will turn blue regardless of how voters actually vote. But any Republican candidate would face those exact same hurdles.

But there are also other variables; a Democrat nominee that turns off their base or commits a gaffe too big for the MFM to hide; a sudden change in the economy or in the national security environment. Hurricane Sandy was certainly a last minute boost to Obama in 2012, though whether he needed it is debatable.

It’s also kind of funny that the Democrat Party front-runners are a corrupt, tone-deaf woman of no accomplishment who has a tough time appearing even moderately human on a good day and an angry old white Marxist. But no one ever seems concerned about the ‘electablility’ of Democrat candidates.

Hillary/Sanders Bidding for Votes with Your Money

Posted by V the K at 7:38 am - August 12, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

The Democrat Party has basically one electoral platform; “We will take money away from other people and buy you stuff with it.”* Democrat Frontrunners Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bernie Sanders are promising to raise taxes on other people (to 90% of income in Sanders case) so they can offer free college tuition to feed their voters’ ravenous appetite for Government programs.

The plan—dubbed the “New College Compact” and estimated to cost $350 billion over 10 years—would fundamentally reshape the federal government’s role in higher education by offering new federal money, but with strings attached.

States would have to increase their own spending on higher education, and universities would be required to control spending…

Never mind that the entire reason college costs have been spiraling out of control is because they are subsidized by the Federal Government.

The increased availability of subsidized loans and federal aid is itself the primary cause of rising tuition. After all, the price of higher education can only keep rising if people somehow keep finding money to pay for it. And it is the loans and grants that provide most of that money.

It is precisely because of the Federal Government’s bottomless subsidies that colleges have become bloated with unnecessary administrative staff and useless degree programs like Womyns Studies and Queer Migration Studies. The economy doesn’t need more degreed social justice warriors, it needs more skilled tradesmen and engineers. But then, the Democrats are equally determined to flood the country with cheaper foreign labor to keep Americans out of those jobs anyway.

Republican Scott Walker notes it’s ironic that a woman who takes in quarter-million dollar speaking fees from universities would be whining about the high cost of higher education.

Sanders, by the way, is now beating Hillary in the polls. Can we admit the Democrat Party is full-on Socialist now? Not even the Swedes have the magnitude of tax-and-spend policies Clinton and Sanders are proposing.

Here’s a chuckle from Hillary: “As President, I Would Model The Kind Of Behavior I Would Hope All Americans Would Have.” So, I guess that means we’re all supposed to commit felonies, lie about them, and destroy the evidence.

*”And in return, you will turn a blind eye to our massive corruption and cronyism.”

Is Carly Fiorina Coo-Coo for the Caliphate?

Carly Fiorina did pretty well in the Republican undercard debate. As a result, her poll numbers and more importantly, donations, have been rising.

So, naturally, her rivals for the VP slot in the Republican nomination have brought out the long knives. In particular, they focus on a speech she gave as CEO of Hewlett Packard two weeks after 9-11-2001, in which she appears to effusively praise Islam.

There was once a civilization that was the greatest in the world.

It was able to create a continental super-state that stretched from ocean to ocean, and from northern climes to tropics and deserts. Within its dominion lived hundreds of millions of people, of different creeds and ethnic origins.

When other nations were afraid of ideas, this civilization thrived on them, and kept them alive. When censors threatened to wipe out knowledge from past civilizations, this civilization kept the knowledge alive, and passed it on to others.

While modern Western civilization shares many of these traits, the civilization I’m talking about was the Islamic world from the year 800 to 1600.

I guess we’re supposed to take from this that Fiorina (or FioRINO as some are calling her) is actually a closet Mohammedan who is going to sell us out to the Muslim Brotherhood and help our terrorist enemies acquire weapons of mass destruction.

First, it’s a bit late to be worrying about that. Second, while Fiorina’s rightward shift from the positions she ran for the senate on a few years ago should give conservatives pause, I’m not sure this speech is quite the smoking gun her opponents are hoping for. It’s a lame speech by a corporate CEO with lots of pablum about diversity and making connections between people. Her praise of the Caliphate is over-the-top and historically questionable. It may betray a tendency to unquestionably accept politically correct narratives. It may raise questions about her authenticity, but I don’t think it means she thinks ISIS is all that and a bowl of falafel.

I don’t think it’s a big deal, but I’m open to other points of view.

An Uninformed Recap of the Republican “Debate”

Posted by V the K at 3:16 pm - August 11, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

I didn’t watch the debate, but based on what I have read on the internet, this is how it went down.

Megyn Kelly: “Welcome to the FoxNews Republican debate. First question to Donald Trump. Given your history of bankruptcies and corruption, why would any woman vote for a misogynist pig like you?”

Trump: “Grrrr! Snarl! You have periods!”

Kelly: “Next question, President Bush, you once said “Illegal Immigration” is an act of love, how did you become so compassionate to the plight of the less fortunate?”

Bush: “Um… um… secure the, um, border, and … mumble (check watch) stuff like that…”

Kelly: “Thank you, President Bush. Now, Ted Cruz, you say God talks to you. Are you a nut?”

Cruz: “Thank you for that question. I read scripture every day, and what it tell me is…”

Kelly: “I’m sorry, your time is up. Vice President Rubio, isn’t President Bush far more qualified than you to be president after his fantastic record as Florida Governor?”

Rubio: “My parents were immigrants.”

Kelly: “Good answer. Governor Huckleberry, what do you think of President Bush? Don’t you love the way that sounds? ‘President Bush?’”

Huckleberry: “Well, gosh all fish hooks.”

Kelly: “Next question: Governor Walker, are you awake?”

Walker: “No.”

Kelly: “Next question, Donald Trump, you’re unelectable and no one likes you.”

Trump: “That wasn’t a question.”

Kelly: “Control your temper, Mr. Trump. Next question. President Kasich, why do you think other Republicans attack you for providing health care to the poor in your state.”

Kasich: “My dad was a mailman.”

Kelly: “Governor Christie, Senator Paul, slap each other with herrings.”

Kelly: “Final Question to President Bush, isn’t America going to be great after you’re elected?”

Jeb: “I dunno, maybe, I guess.”

Kelly: “Well, that’s all we have time for. You’re watching FoxNews, Fair and … (cracks up)… I’m sorry, fair and balanced.”

Fox’s Anti-Trump Strategy Backfires

Posted by V the K at 8:16 am - August 10, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Speaking as someone who is standing outside the pissing contest between the equally obnoxious pro-Trump and anti-Trump camps, two things are clear:

However, if the debate hosts were out to get Donald Trump, they totally went about it the wrong way.

If Trump really is the clown and buffoon the GOP Establishment says he is, then Fox shouldn’t need to ask the attack dog, tabloid-style questions they asked during the debate. They could have asked meaningful, substantive questions and let Trump implode on his own. But instead, they asked questions like “So, why should women vote for a misogynist pig like you?” (paraphrasing), and the attack was so obvious it only galvanized his supporters further.

You don’t expose a buffoon by asking him buffoonish questions. You ask him serious questions and let him expose himself.

As a buffoon.

It was also wrong for Erick Erickson to disinvite Trump from the Red State forum. We’re not the left. We respect free speech and believe in giving people a chance to defend their ideas.

And also, that the best way to expose someone as a fool is to let him talk.

GOP Candidates Struggle to Relate to the Common Folk

Posted by V the K at 9:23 am - August 7, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Reviewing the transcript, one is struck that some of the GOP candidates were eager to show off their middle-class bonafides.

MARCO RUBIO: You know, both of my parents were born into poor families on the island of Cuba.

CRUZ: I’m the son of a pastor and evangelist and I’ve described many times how my father, when I was a child, was an alcoholic. He was not a Christian. And my father left my mother and left me when I was just three years old.

JOHN KASICH: Well, Megyn, my father was a mailman. His father was a coal miner. My mother’s mother could barely speak English.

CHRIS CHRISTIE: Listen, I was born into a middle class family in New Jersey. My dad came home from serving in the Army after having lost his father, worked in the Breyers ice cream plant in Newark, New Jersey. Was the first person to graduate from college. He put himself through college at night. My mom was a secretary.

It’s been done better.

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Obligatory Comment on an Irrelevant Debate

Posted by V the K at 7:53 am - August 7, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

After checking the comments at a couple of sites and on teh Facebooks and Twitter-machine, one is left with the impression that if one watched the Republican “debate” last night, one came away feeling that one’s preferred candidate was great, the other candidates one likes did OK, and the candidates one doesn’t like sucked.

It’s difficult to muster much enthusiasm or interest in these events. The country’s fiscal, economic, and social courses are unsustainable, and no “viable” candidate has the will to alter these trajectories. It’s like 17 people who all want to be the Captain of the Kobayashi Maru.

Some people think Carly Fiorina had a good night.

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Meh. It’s not so much that she blew Chris Matthews away so much that anytime a Republican responds to a media attack with anything other than Droopy-the-Dog resignation it is a remarkable thing.

The Republican Party in its current form is simply not inspiring. The Republican Senate “Leadership” announced this week that they will not “shut down” the Government no matter what. Which basically means they will let Obama and Harry Reid get all the spending they want; Planned Butchershop, Obamacare, Obamamnesty, the EPA… all will be protected and fully supported by our cowardly Republican Majority.

Are Jeb Bush Opponents “at war with Western Civilization?”

Posted by V the K at 10:00 am - August 4, 2015.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Roger Simon watched the GOP mass interview yesterday and graded the candidates. Simon also had a rather harsh assessment of those who have no intention of voting for big government enthusiast Jeb Bush.

Look, the worst thing about Jeb is, sadly, his name. [Editor's Note - Um, no, that is far from the worst thing about Jeb.] Call him a RINO or whatever, but he jumped in tonight to say that our enemies were in a war against Western civilization. Can you imagine Obama, Hillary or any Democrat saying anything like that? … As for the Jebster, he’s not my favorite candidate, but those who say they would stay home if he’s nominated are themselves at war with Western Civ


So, does he mean that not supporting Jeb Bush is tantamount to jihadism? It couldn’t possibly be that some of us look at the last two disastrous Bush presidencies and don’t see the point in continuing this particular dynasty, could it?