September 16, 2015

The Donald: What Bill Whittle Loves About Donald Trump...

"Look, I've said it before and I'll say it again, 'I don't think Donald Trump is a conservative. I don't know what he is. But there does seem to be one thing he isn't, and that's afraid."

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Posted by gerardvanderleun at September 16, 2015 11:36 PM
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"An actual mummified communist, a thin-skinned, mean spirited felon, and a man who could lock himself into his own car.." LOL

Posted by: Leslie at September 16, 2015 6:52 PM

I am loving The Donald!

Why?

Because I'm loving watching the MSM and the punditocracy heads explode. They've tried everything and every time they do The Donald goes up another 2-5% in the polls. They simply do not understand why none of their weapons are working...they've worked so well before on the likes of Sarah Palin and dozens of others.

I am also loving seeing the masks drop to reveal the true colors of some of the members of the so called "conservative blogosphere". Roger Simon is still a lefty liberal Hollywood democrat at heart and Ed Driscoll is sounding more and more like Andrea Mitchell every day. Pretty soon both of them will be working for MSNBC.

I am also loving watching the paid orcs and trolls of both parties crawl out of the woodwork like a plague of cockroaches. They have tried everything to beat us serfs back into line in various comment sections and it ain't working.

None of them understand why they haven't been able to slay the giant that is The Donald. I understand why. I am not going to explain it to them but suffice it to say that the world has changed and they are soooo last century.

History teaches many lessons.

Ulysses S. Grant was called a drunk, a loser and worse by the cognoscenti and media of the time. Abraham Lincoln cut through all that with his statement "I can't spare the man -- He fights!"

Winston S. Churchill (who many forget is the father of such beloved liberal sacred cows as the British welfare state and the NHS in Britain and was a great proponent of a European Union) was considered a loser, a drunk, a bombastic crackpot, a narcissist and worse by the cognoscenti of the day. He was the first person called a "drunken imperialistic warmonger" for his constant warnings about Hitler and his demands that Britain had to prepare for war to stop him. The elites and the MSM of the time LOVED Hitler and agreed with many of his policies and tried repeatedly to silence Churchill. We all know what happened with that one, don't we..at least those of us who learned history before the leftist liberals "revised" it.

We all remember what was said about Ronald Reagan before he ran for president, while he was president and after he was president. There is no need to go into that because most of us remember it.

Am I saying The Donald is in the same league as the examples I listed? No...and yes. What I do know is that Bill Whittle succinctly put into words my thoughts on the subject. What I do know is that we as a nation are at the tipping point and so is the rest of the world. For the forseeable future we will need a strong leader who doesn't give a crap what the ossified 20th century liberal elitists, MSM, punditicracy, Hollywood celbutards and San Francisco oligarchs say, think or want. Honey Badger don't care and neither does The Donald.

Posted by: Nahanni at September 17, 2015 3:10 PM

Whatever else one may say about Trump, he is a winner.

Posted by: chasmatic at September 18, 2015 6:11 AM

I know I will hear stuff from Trump that I don't like. F that. He's a leader in attitude and personality. He is not the second coming of Obama; he is the anti-Obama. He is as American as apple pie, and even if you don't like that apple pie with cinnamon, tough spit.
Drive on, Donald.

Posted by: Casey Klahn at September 18, 2015 9:48 AM

Bigoted? Again with race - the most boring topic existing. If I here anything more about "race" or "bigotry," I will fall into a coma.
I just listened to BW. He nails it, as always. Except he doesn't mention, if I heard it correctly, the national trauma that is our political class of all parties. It is people versus politicians now. Oh, and bigots. Gotta get all them bigots outta the bushes! Theyz so obnoxious!

Posted by: Casey Klahn at September 18, 2015 8:09 PM

As you were. "Hear."

Posted by: Casey Klahn at September 18, 2015 8:13 PM

This isn't an election of labels, a tour bus that says Conservative was never enough. This is about reversing course. A future for the next generation. This is an election to see who has the biggest gonads. The more the better. The Donald has that wrapped up.

Posted by: Candygram for Mongo at September 19, 2015 7:46 PM

How could we possibly do worse than Donald Trump? I am tired of carreer politicians from either party. Not one of them will take a decisive stand on the invasion occurring right now. The flood of illegals is ramping up exponentially, and the government is not only doing nothing about it — they are actively encouraging them to pour in!

The illegal invasion by citizens of other countries is one of the most critical issues facing Americans. But not the only one. The gutting of our military (Obama just dumped 40,000 soldiers); the political litmus test that general officers must pass (is your loyalty to the country, or to me?) has caused more flag officers to be cashiered than under any other President. And the national debt has ballooned to more than $18 TRILLION!

The rule of law has become political. Witness the flipping of the Chief Justice on Obamacare. Judge shopping is endemic. Obama rules by decree, and the Republicans just roll over.

Then there's Iran. Who could have believed even ten years ago that Congress would support the President and effectively give Iran nuclear weapons — and hundreds of $billions to make trouble with? And allow only Iranian 'inspectors'? Are they INSANE?? Who does Congress and Obama represent? Americans? Or Iran's Ayatollahs?

Donald Trump is the only candidate who doesn't first go to focus groups and in-house pollsters in order to formulate a careful statement. He is plain-spoken: we must control our borders! Illegals with any kind of a police record must be promptly deported — ALL of them. Law abiding ones can be determined on a case by case basis.

Our military must be rebuilt. This is not a safe world! The UN is virulently anti-American; they are salivating at America's wealth, just waiting to have its 106 countries vote our hard-earned prosperity into their thieveing pockets. Does anyone seriously believe that any other candidates would really put a stop to that nonsense? All they want is the status quo, with their own brand of minor tweaking. That won't work any more.

Finally, I DO NOT CARE what Trump may have said in the past. We have a series of existential crises right now. Any other Republican who wins would only be a place-holder for the end of America, and if another Obama clone were to win, that would be the end. That is no exaggeration.

My wife is a school Principal. Ten years ago, student mothers wearing headscarves were extremely rare. Now, they are fully HALF of the PTA! They may be nice people. But there are plenty of very evil people among their tribe. And they are flooding in by the millions.

Vote accordingly, folks.

Posted by: Smokey at September 19, 2015 8:12 PM

I love the guy, and I wouldn't hesitate one moment to trust him with this mess. You know, he has to have a big heart, which means he has a soul and he is persistent which means he's got a heart, and his brain works, he's probably never done crack. He has done something right to make it to this point in time. He is aggressive and we need his talent in Washington to make sense of some of this other stuff that bho believes is important... Forward Donald!!

Posted by: mdew at September 20, 2015 8:48 AM

I'd prefer it if Trump was a genuine conservative/Constitutionalist. We do need that. We ain't got none. So, in the meantime, we need a wrecking ball to get the Constitution - and America - out of the concrete straightjacket that Washington has poured around us. Tell me if you know of any management champion who is also a wrecking bell, whose most well-know phrase is "You're fired," and who has focused on aliens, China, bad fiscal management and other critical issues - that will cut federal overreach. For this time in history, perhaps Trump is a blessing. Let's give it a try.

Posted by: Hal Rounds at September 20, 2015 9:24 AM

This country USA must have Donald Trump to guide
us back to yesteryear's pride and leadership !
Never again should the president be elected due
to the color of his/her skin, If Donald was green
I would vote him in.

Posted by: Charles B Ford. at September 26, 2015 6:13 AM