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Reporter Is Shocked by the Behavior of Trump Supporters

Posted by V the K at 12:07 pm - October 25, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Blogger goes to Trump Rally, is shocked by what he sees.

The people there were nice, peaceful, and nothing at all like what I expected. …
There were no incidents of violence, no craziness, none of the stuff the media has been reporting on. In fact, it was quite the opposite. The rally was held at the amphitheater, which is a venue for a lot of concerts and big events, and I have *never* seen a crowd so well behaved as this one. Usually people are all up in your personal space, jostling, bumping up against you. There would be spilled drinks, screaming people, dirty looks and occasional fights. Not at the Trump rally.

When the rally ended, everyone filed out in orderly fashion, personal space was respected, there was no jostling, or the usual hostile folks trying to force their way out. For me, the contrast was staggering. All this despite the fact that the amphitheater was packed to the gills, and there was a whole crowd outside the venue.

If the reporter was stunned at how well-behaved and respectful the crowd was, it is probably because he is more accustomed to the behavior of progressive leftists and SJW’s and how they behave at their events.

Because this is who Trump represents: The part of America that believes in following the rules; whether they be rules about the proper handling of classified information or the immigration laws that prescribe the correct process for entering the country. The part of America that isn’t about shoving their way ahead of everybody else and getting into their personal space. We may hate the stupid rules Washington is churning out, but we want to change them, not violently protest that they don’t apply to us.

It is in contrast to the America Hillary represents: Rules? The rules are only there to keep the little people in their place. They don’t apply to people who have the money and power to evade them. And you can ask #BlackLivesMatter, #QueerNation, and Third Wave Feminists how they feel about the personal space of others.  The same groups who believe shoving their way in front of everybody else is what the Government should help them do.

This is also the heart of the Red State/Blue State — Conservative/Progressive divide in this country.

Crazed, Elderly Woman Threatens Hillary Supporters with Sex

Madonna, your sell-by date was 1990. Why are you even still alive?

Madonna teamed up with Amy Schumer last night to give the 2016 US Presidential election a fresh twist.

Her Madgesty told the crowd: “If you vote for Hillary Clinton I will give you a blowjob. I’m really good. I’m not a douche, and I’m not a tool. I have eye contact and I do swallow.”


Trump Voters Gave Hillary the Republican Opponent She Wanted

Posted by V the K at 4:54 pm - October 11, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

In early 2016, the Hillary Campaign was pretty sure she would lose to every Republican candidate but one; guess which one.

Brent J. Budowsky, a former congressional staffer and current liberal blogger who has written for The Hill, the LA Progressive, and The Huffington Post, told Podesta he was “petrified” that Clinton might lose the 2016 election, should someone besides Trump win the GOP nomination.

Right now I am petrified that Hillary is almost totally dependent on Republicans nominating Trump….she has huge endemic political weaknesses that she would be wise to rectify…..even a clown like Ted Cruz would be an even money bet to beat and this scares the hell out of me……

Subsequently, the media gave Donald Trump some two billion dollars of free airtime coverage, and twelve million Democrats crossed over to vote in Republican Party. (Because the Republican Party is run by complete and total mouth-breathing idiots who think letting Democrats choose their nominee is a great idea. Right, Todd Akin?)

Hillary was especially afraid of Marco Rubio, a younger Republicans with no scandals and crossover appeal. She was also terrified of the candidate I supported in the primaries, Senator Rand Paul. But the Media and Democrat support for Trump coupled with the Republican Party’s absolute contempt of its own voters combined to give us the Trumpster Fire this election has turned out to be.

This is why we can’t have nice things.

Off the Grid

Posted by V the K at 8:56 pm - October 10, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Posting will be limited as a family member is in the hospital; a rural hospital with lousy wiffie.

I have been thinking about the deepening social, political, racial, and class divisions in the country and how Hilary Rodham Clinton is absolutely incapable of dealing with them. For one thing, the Democratic Party finds too much political advantage in exacerbating divisions; and it’s run by a class of people who actually get off on taunting the opposition through their policies. For another, Hillary is a bitter, vengeful creature who is by her own nature incapable of conciliation with opponents. On top of which, she’s already damaged goods, and will assume the presidency already distrusted and despised by a majority of the population.

Paradoxically, the one sure way to ease the social divisions would be for Government to back off and give people room to work things out for themselves.   Hayek explained it succinctly in The Road to Serfdom how as government force grows in every aspect of our lives, the inevitable result is friction as policies invariably favor some groups over others. Over time,  fewer and fewer support the actions and when the intrusion is greater and greater – the angst, anger and predictably the violence grows. The divisions we are seeing now are precisely the result of 80 years of steadily expanding authoritarian Government.

The next four years are going to be ugly, very ugly.


That Depressing-But-True Article Everyone Is Talking About

Posted by V the K at 6:58 pm - September 29, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Angelo Codevilla on why, regardless of who wins in November, America as a Constitutional Republic is over.

Over the past half century, the Reagan years notwithstanding, our ruling class’s changing preferences and habits have transformed public and private life in America. As John Marini shows in his essay, “Donald Trump and the American Crisis,” this has resulted in citizens morphing into either this class’s “stakeholders” or its subjects. And, as Publius Decius Mus argues, “America and the West” now are so firmly “on a trajectory toward something very bad” that it is no longer reasonable to hope that “all human outcomes are still possible,” by which he means restoration of the public and private practices that made the American republic. In fact, the 2016 election is sealing the United States’s transition from that republic to some kind of empire.

Electing either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump cannot change that trajectory. Because each candidate represents constituencies hostile to republicanism, each in its own way, these individuals are not what this election is about. This election is about whether the Democratic Party, the ruling class’s enforcer, will impose its tastes more strongly and arbitrarily than ever, or whether constituencies opposed to that rule will get some ill-defined chance to strike back. Regardless of the election’s outcome, the republic established by America’s Founders is probably gone. But since the Democratic Party’s constituencies differ radically from their opponents’, and since the character of imperial governance depends inherently on the emperor, the election’s result will make a big difference in our lives.


Lesbian Trump Supporter Calls Out Hillary’s Gay Campaign Manager

Posted by V the K at 9:30 am - September 28, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

I’m gonna quote a lot of it because the page it’s on is an Ad-Block nightmare.

“My message today … is to Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s manager,” she said. “You know, I’m 61 years old. I’ve been out of the closet for 40 years. And Mr. Mook is a gay person, just like me. …

“And it’s really flooring the hell out of me that he’s supporting a woman that took money from [Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the Emirates], from these countries that would take him and his friends or his lover or his partner and throw them off a building and kill them,” she said.

DeplorableCorgiGirl, also known as @DebraMax on Twitter, donned a Trump for President 2016 shirt in the video. She explained that she lived through the worst of the aids epidemic and believes threats and acts of terrorism from radical Islamists that support Clinton present a far scarier situation.

“It’s not funny going into a gay club and having some terrorist from these Muslim countries coming to kill us,” she continued, referencing the gay nightclub shooting in Orlando. “And you should be ashamed of yourself for campaigning for that bitch. Unbelievable.

“And for me, this is a worse time now, worrying about ISIS killing us,” Deb said. “You don’t even know the time of AIDS, that was a bad time that I never thought in my life I would see another time that I would fear for me and my other gay friends. …

“But to know that you are a gay man, like us, and you’re her campaign manager,” she said. “How disgraceful, that you are out there in the public supporting somebody that is going to come here and will kill you for being a gay man.

“You are a disgrace, Robby Mook.”

The Debate Question That Should Have Been Asked But Wasn’t

Posted by V the K at 8:30 am - September 28, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

“Mr Trump, Madame Secretary, a majority of Americans find neither one of you acceptable as a choice for president. For most Americans, the two of you represent the worst candidates ever put forth by the major political parties. Now, it may be easy to forget this when you are standing in front of a cheering crowd… or, in Mrs. Clinton’s case, a politely applauding group of wealthy hedge fund managers… but out in the real world, most voters loathe both of you…. passionately.

“And this has resulted in a sense of overwhelming despair among American voters, solid majorities of whom report that they now envy the animals in Sarah McLachlan commercials because ‘for them it will be over soon.’ When a pollster asked Americans, ‘If I held a gun to your head and told you had to vote for Trump or Clinton, what would you do?’ nearly a third responded, ‘I would ask you to pull the trigger.’ In fact, this election is viewed by millions of voters as Karmic payback for slavery, the genocide of native populations, and every one of America’s other sins; a choice not between the lesser of two evils, but between the less horrifying of two abominations.

“Now, addressing these wretched voters, the question to both of you is, ‘Why should anyone vote for me even though the mere presence of my name on the ballot can be seen as proof that God has abandoned his creation.’ You have two minutes to respond.”

Hillary: Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist

“When talking about race-relations in the country, and the shootings of black men by police officers, debate moderator Lester Holt asked Mrs. Clinton: “Last week you said that we have to do everything possible to improve policing to go right at implicit bias. Do you believe police are implicitly biased against black people?

Mrs. Clinton replied: “I think implicit bias is a problem for everyone, not just police. I think unfortunately too many of us in our great country jump to conclusions about each other and therefore I think we need all of us to be asked the hard questions ‘why am I feeling this way?’”

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Leftists: If Trump Wins, Nuclear War

Posted by V the K at 8:29 am - September 23, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Shot: Some headlines from the left about how Republicans exploit fear to win elections.

Chaser: This ad from the Hillary Camp.


Two Completely Different Stories in One Post

The rumor is that George HW “Read My Lips” Bush has been telling people he’s voting for Norwegian Blue.  Apparently, the guy who repealed Reagan’s tax cuts and appointed David Souter to the Supreme Court, and whose son not only botched an unpopular (but eminently winnable) war, but also massively expanded domestic spending and entitlements, doubled the national debt, and left the border wide open while 20 million illegals entered the country… thinks that Donald Trump will be the death of the Republican Party.

But the “Oh, Good Lord, You Have Got to Be Kidding Me, Bring on SMOD, Our Culture Is Too Weak to Survive” story is this: The University of Houston is Handing Out “Emotional First Aid Kits” to college children who suffer from microagressions.

“The stress of school gets to them. Like a bad grade, a missed class, being late, a microaggression, uhh whatever,” (University of Houston psychology department advisor Bobbie Sue) Schindler said to O’Keefe about the emotional distress University of Houston students face.

This emotional first aid kit ended up containing a baby blanket, chocolates, a plush kitten, a bag containing the smell of lavender, ear plugs, a genderless pastel teddy bear, hand written notes, and a pacifier. Schindler did think students would take the pacifier the wrong way and instead said they could suggest students suck on their thumb instead.

Rumor: Trump Considering Gay Activist Billionaire for SCOTUS

Posted by V the K at 1:10 pm - September 15, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

It’s a rumor, it’s sourced from the Huffington Post (Democrat Propaganda Site) who would definitely have an incentive to start a rumor that would weaken Trump’s support among conservatives.

OTOH, the notion that Trump would nominate to the Supreme Court someone who used lawfare to shutdown a media organization (Gawker) that published unflattering information about him is, at least, plausible.

Trump’s campaign and the gay activist billionaire deny it.

Anyway, something to ponder.

Spreading fast on social media this Thursday morning is a story originally posted at the Huffington Post, which reports that Donald Trump is considering PayPal founder, gay marriage supporter, and culture war snob Peter Thiel for the Supreme Court. If appointed, Thiel would be the first openly gay Supreme Court Justice, a landmark I personally think Trump would find irresistible.

In other election news, Hillary is still pining for the fjords, and Gary Johnson is an idiot. The crook, the blowhard, the idiot, and the nutjob. Our electoral choices this year are like the cast of a Coen Brothers movie.

Would You Vote for Lucille Bluth Over Hillary?

Posted by V the K at 11:34 am - September 14, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

Hillary basically is Lucille Bluth without the warmth or charm.

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Deplorable Black Trump Supporter to Angry Feminist: “You Don’t Own Me.”

Posted by V the K at 9:44 am - September 13, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

The contortion of rage in the angry feminist’s mug is a thing of beauty.

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Donald Trump has really handled the “Basket of Deplorables” attack beautifully. The Democrat-Media Collaboration on this line of attack was supposed to work like this:

1. Hillary denounces Trump supporters as “a basket of deplorables.”

2. Media runs with the phrase and challenges Republicans to denounce their deplorable followers.

3. Republicans obediently comply, thereby conceding the point and giving power to it, while also alienating their supporters who resent being cast as deplorables.

This 1-2-3 was exactly how the Democrat-Media Complex (DMC) succeeded in turning Mitt Romney’s (truthful) “47% remark” into a successful attack, and how the DMC turned the McCain campaign against its own VP candidate.

But Trump successfully short-circuited the attack by refusing to comply with Step 3, and instead turning it around into an attack on Hillary; a very successful parry it is difficult to imagine a standard-issue Republican pulling off.

No wonder the DMC is eager to change the subject and talk about how courageous Norwegian Blue is for “powering through” her pneumonia, which is the only medical condition she suffers from, pinky swear. Other than that one little thing, she’s ready to run a triathlon, so they assure us.


Donald Trump Gets Harder and Softer at the Same Time

Posted by V the K at 7:20 pm - September 2, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

I hate it when our reality intersects with a parallel one. 14202634_10210184398063694_5803670331295367517_n

In other news of this wretched excuse for an election, the *other* New York Big Government Liberal running for president seems to have, um, totally lied to the FBI and everyone else about her illegal use of an email server, and also claimed a convenient head injury made her forget what “Classified” Meant. And yet, all the left wing gays will still vote for her.

One other thing, you know that liberal Republican who’s running for president on the Libertarian ticket? Yeah, he actually thinks Barack Obama has been *too tough* on enforcing Immigration Laws and he turns into a really pissy little bitch when you use the phrase “illegal immigrant” around him. (more…)

Should Everybody Vote?

Oh, hell no. In fact, there’s a lot of people who shouldn’t be allowed to vote.  Stupid voters produce stupid politicians. Like the one who said Guam was going to tip over from the weight of military equipment on the island. Or the glittering jewel of stupidity who describes herself as a “freed slave,” thinks there are still two Vietnams, and that Neil Armstrong landed on Mars.   These people would not be in positions of power if there were minimum standards of civics for voting eligibility. Before you can vote, you should be required to pass the same test legal immigrants must pass for citizenship, at a minimum.

I was thinking about that when I read this: (Snipped)

Every four years, celebrities and movie stars look earnestly into the camera and tell the country to “get out and vote.” They tell us it’s our “most important civic duty,” and they speak as if the very act of casting a ballot is more important than the outcome of the election. This strikes me as somewhat hysterical. Does anyone actually believe that Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen DeGeneres, and Ed Norton would encourage the “masses” to vote, if they believed the “masses” would elect Donald Trump?

Regardless of their political agenda, my celebrity pals are fundamentally mistaken about our “civic duty” to vote. There is simply no such thing. Voting is a right, not a duty, and not a moral obligation. Like all rights, the right to vote comes with some responsibilities, but lets face it – the bar is not set very high. If you believe aliens from another planet walk among us, you are welcome at the polls. If you believe the world is flat, and the moon landing was completely staged, you are invited to cast a ballot. Astrologists, racists, ghost-hunters, sexists, and people who rely upon a Magic 8 Ball to determine their daily wardrobe are all allowed to participate. In fact, and to your point, they’re encouraged.

The undeniable reality is this: our right to vote does not require any understanding of current events, or any awareness of how our government works.

So no, Jeremy – I can’t personally encourage everyone in the country to run out and vote. I wouldn’t do it, even if I thought it would benefit my personal choice. Because the truth is, the country doesn’t need voters who have to be cajoled, enticed, or persuaded to cast a ballot. We need voters who wish to participate in the process. So if you really want me to say something political, how about this – read more.

Remember – there’s nothing virtuous or patriotic about voting just for the sake of voting, and the next time someone tells you otherwise, do me a favor – ask them who they’re voting for. Then tell them you’re voting for their opponent. Then, see if they’ll give you a ride to the polls.

If there were standards, we might get politicians who were elected on the basis of intelligence and policy; and not because millions of idiots were convinced that Mitt Romney was going to outlaw tampons.


Trump Says Democrats Are Using Blacks for Votes While Keeping Them Down

Posted by V the K at 8:33 am - August 22, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

He’s right about that.

Trump focusing on Democrats’ disservice to the Black Community is a smart move. Even if it doesn’t win over any black votes, it forces the MFM to talk about it, it puts Democrats on the defensive, it helps defuse the ‘racist’ tag, and it gives ‘moderate’ white voters something they can agree with Trump on without looking racist.

And the left is, of course, squealing about this. Oh, yes they are.

“If Democrats are so bad for blacks,” whine the spologists, “then why do they get 90% of the black vote.” When you give populations just enough to get by, and brainwash them to believe that someone else is going to take what little they have away from them… a message pounded in daily by the media, by ‘community activists,’ and by those selected politicians and bureaucrats given positions by the party…also the black Democrat Media Operatives linked above … it’s a pretty effective means of control.  Especially when Republicans are too cowed and too timid to offer an alternative.

Not to mention, Democrat-voting among minorities is also enforced by groups like #BlackLivesMatter advancing a phony narrative that racist police are constantly shooting innocent black teenagers who weren’t doin’ nuffin’ and are lavishly funded by Democrat-front groups and Black Churches, which are largely exempted from the enforcement of laws against churches engaging in politicking.

Trump Daddy?

This Is the Weirdest Election in My Lifetime

“What is it about Donald Trump’s policies that these twinks like so much?” (Lucian) Wintrich was asked.

“First of all, he’s a wonderful, strong daddy figure and every twink loves that,” he answered.

Wintrich added twinks are attracted to Trump’s policies on immigration, taxes and government spending.


The Moment Gary Johnson Lost Me

Posted by V the K at 6:26 pm - August 9, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

A few weeks old, but I have been debating commenting on it and finally decided to comment on it. It was as part of a response to a question about religious liberty.

I mean under the guise of religious freedom, anybody can do anything. Back to Mormonism. Why shouldn’t somebody be able to shoot somebody else because their freedom of religion says that God has spoken to them and that they can shoot somebody dead.

So, what he is saying is… and he is running as a “libertarian,” mind you… is that if the Government doesn’t force people to bake cakes for gay weddings even if they have religious objections to it, then it’s going to be okay to kill people of other religions in the street.


That is just plain shabby reasoning. Reasonably, there is no compelling reason for the Government to force anyone to bake a cake for someone else’s wedding. No harm results from such a refusal. The gay in question can simply seek out a baker willing to supply the cake. At very worst, they have to do without a cake. That comes nowhere near rising to the level of murder; where there is a compelling state interest to prevent harm.

Can I, in good conscious, vote for someone who really thinks it’s the Government’s business to force people to be nice to each other? I might as well vote for Hillary.

I also wasn’t crazy about his support for open borders. (“My vision of the border with Mexico is that a truck from the United States going into Mexico and a truck coming from Mexico into the United States will pass each other at the border going 60 miles an hour. Yes, we should have open borders.”) But between that, his support for wedding cake fascism (and his poor intellectual argument for same), his support for left-leaning Supreme Court justices, and his naivete about the threat of Militant Mohammedanism, I just can’t.

Not even if the alternatives are corrupt lying harridan and Trumpster fire.

Scenes from a Debate

Posted by V the K at 2:15 pm - August 1, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

I would actually have Gary Johnson say something to the effect of, “Hey, Bernie Bros, I’m anti-war, pro-Islamic immigration, and pro-wedding cake fascism. What more could you ask for?” The Libertarian-Pot thing is kind of hackneyed.


This is our choice?

Posted by ColoradoPatriot at 11:39 am - July 23, 2016.
Filed under: 2016 Presidential Election

So here we are.

This is the choice we’re given this year:

An egomaniacal New York Democrat who represents the terrible nexus between powerful moneyed interests and overbearing governmental influence in our lives.
A candidate whose entire family’s wealth in fact is a direct result of underhanded, criminal at times, manipulation of power that puts the ‘little guy’ under the thumb of those in undeserved positions of power and authority.
A candidate with actual legal travails in fact hanging like the Sword of Damocles as we move into the general election season.
A staunch supporter of Planned Parenthood, universal healthcare, and the expansion of governmental power, with a blindly protectionist view of free trade, who (although a supporter of it at the time) contends that George W Bush lied us into war in Iraq.
A candidate who cozies up to (and profits from relationships with) foreign strongmen.
A candidate who expresses an excitement and yearning desire to gut the First Amendment, primarily with the goal of targeting political enemies.
A candidate who colluded with party leaders to squelch any expression of inner-party dissent and explicitly and in the most personal and insulting ways conceivable to deny fellow-party adversaries any legitimacy even if it meant dragging them through the mud.
A candidate who chooses to offset such obvious personal (and universally accepted) flaws with a boring and milquetoast running mate with the hopes the general electorate will not take notice of such clear unfitness for the job.
A crooked, deceitful, duplicitous lout with an unquenchable desire for power and a seemingly physical inability to tell the truth.
The most unliked major-party nominee for president in the history of the United States.

So what, then? Are we supposed to vote for his opponent instead?

-Nick (ColoradoPatriot, from TML)