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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The businessman succeeds where the GOP has failed

Austin Bay has a terrific piece in the Observer:
That plurality gave Trump over 13 million votes—an all-time Republican presidential primary record. The number is a hard fact, one that Trump’s most bitter detractors cannot dismiss without loss of moral and intellectual integrity. To do so would wage War On Honesty.
Great read. Nice quote from Dole. And this insight:
 It is visually obvious Trump does not avoid entanglements with attractive women. Ignore the constant godless-puritanical caw caw of the Feminist Left. Knockout Trump Girls are a campaign asset and—I predict—a future global-diplomatic plus. Trump Girls will slay’em in Bejing.

11 comments:

  1. I'm not convinced those "lifted lines" in the future First Lady's speech were just an inadvertent error. Consider what subliminal advantages might accrue to the Trump campaign from having the Leftard media pile on her speech like rabid dogs.

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    1. Who cares?

      A few unattributed quotes in a First Lady's convention speech is probably the silliest tempest in a political teapot I ever heard of.

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    2. Just you watch Trump spin it as the NoGoodNiks of the media beating up on poor, sweet Melania. Probably at least a percentage point or two of the male vote, young and old, will be swung over to Trump right then and there.

      Even the Mafia didn't make it a practise to go after a man's wife in place of the man himself.

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    3. It was done on purpose to draw attention to the rickroll. Getting more internet attention than anything else among the young.

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  2. Yeah, those lovely ladies will make a great asset to a Trump Administration.

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  3. Strange comments from the socially liberal UK paper. At this point Jeb Bush is not relevant and if you want to find irrelevancy, quote Bob Dole - a camouflaged liberal all his days in the Senate and he has been out of politics for how long? So Austin Bay says the NeverTrump faction is all but gone but the sister newspaper of The Observer, and leader of the pack, The Guardian, has an editorial piece by Leon Wolf where he points out:

    After the Republican National Committee used strong-arm tactics and outright deception to crush an effort led by anti-Trump delegates to obtain a roll call vote on a rules package that didn’t even directly concern the nomination of Trump, many in the media (and in the Republican party) hastened to carry Trump’s water by declaring that “#NeverTrump is over” or “#NeverTrump has been defeated”.

    These claims show that most in the media (and in the Republican party) have not really understood #NeverTrump from the start. That’s primarily due to the fact that they appear to not understand the meaning of the word “never”. Which is surprising, because it’s a relatively simple word: it means “not ever”. It does not mean, “not ever, unless Trump becomes the Republican nominee”.

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    1. Oh Lord. So this is the first time ever that "strong arm" tactics have been used at a political convention. I am just so amazed.

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  4. Strange comments from the socially liberal UK paper. At this point Jeb Bush is not relevant and if you want to find irrelevancy, quote Bob Dole - a camouflaged liberal all his days in the Senate and he has been out of politics for how long? So Austin Bay says the NeverTrump faction is all but gone but the sister newspaper of The Observer, and leader of the pack, The Guardian, has an editorial piece by Leon Wolf where he points out:

    After the Republican National Committee used strong-arm tactics and outright deception to crush an effort led by anti-Trump delegates to obtain a roll call vote on a rules package that didn’t even directly concern the nomination of Trump, many in the media (and in the Republican party) hastened to carry Trump’s water by declaring that “#NeverTrump is over” or “#NeverTrump has been defeated”.

    These claims show that most in the media (and in the Republican party) have not really understood #NeverTrump from the start. That’s primarily due to the fact that they appear to not understand the meaning of the word “never”. Which is surprising, because it’s a relatively simple word: it means “not ever”. It does not mean, “not ever, unless Trump becomes the Republican nominee”.

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    1. Nevertump grammarnazi to the rescue.

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  5. "Oh Lord. So this is the first time ever that "strong arm" tactics have been used at a political convention. I am just so amazed."

    No political party, ever, has let a dissident group access to the party stage in order to put on the dissident drama.

    God alone knows what Gadfly is doing pointing out the blindingly obvious in outraged tones, but by golly he is outraged at the obvious.

    Now that NeverTrump has symbolically done the Buddhist monk trick by symbolically lighting themselves on fire, what the devil do they propose to do?

    *slow clap*

    Great show. Now what? Trump is the GOP nominee and you plan what? How do you influence him by going all Gollum with "Thief Baggins! We hates you forever!"

    -Mikey NTH

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  6. Personally, I'm quite enjoying the #neverending #tempertantrums from the #neverTrumptards, as they #rendtheirgarments and #weepcopiously while #hittingthemselvesintheface with large hammers. I do wish they would film themselves having their tantrums, and set it to music; it would be soothing to my eyes and ears.

    But then, YMMV!

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