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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Huckabee says DC conservatives are afraid Trump will win

Mike Huckabee is absolutely right.

Those think-tank conservatives who write for National Review and the like are afraid Trump will win -- and not so secretly hoping he loses so they can keep "their" party.

From Fox News:
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, also a former presidential candidate, said the marked amount of Republicans disavowing endorsements or support of Donald Trump following the release of the vulgar 2005 video were not made for reasons the public might think.
"A lot of these bed-wetting, hand-wringing Republicans--they're not afraid Donald Trump is going to lose: They're scared to death that Donald Trump is going to win," Huckabee said.
Huckabee said Trump will "mess up the neat little package of fun they have and they all play to the donor class."
Note, the Murdoch Family which runs Fox News is heavily vested in Hillary's victory as its members have donated roughly a million dollars or more in the Clinton Foundation.

I liked this:
He also compared Trump to the captain from "Jaws", while he compared Clinton to the shark:
"She's going to eat your boat," he said, referencing her economic policy platform.
Piss 'em off and vote Trump.

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17 comments:

  1. Trump is the wildest card playable. I want to see him clean the table.

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  2. '...In spite of them.'

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  3. D.C. needs a real shake up, and I mean all of the career politicians and their sycophants need to lose their sinecures and go home for a bit. Either by vote or something worse, we need to clear these money changers from our temple of freedom!

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    1. Almost none of them go home. Why would they?

      --TIME FOR MY REVOLVING-DOOR SURTAX: Evan Bayh’s extremely lucrative post-Senate career. “How lucrative is it to be a former member of Congress? Just ask Indiana Democratic Senate candidate Evan Bayh, who in just six years after leaving the Senate in 2011 built as much as $40 million in wealth — mostly from K Street lobbying firms and corporate board positions he never would have had except that he’s a former senator and governor.”--

      https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/246037/

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    2. Almost none of them go home. Why would they?

      --TIME FOR MY REVOLVING-DOOR SURTAX: Evan Bayh’s extremely lucrative post-Senate career. “How lucrative is it to be a former member of Congress? Just ask Indiana Democratic Senate candidate Evan Bayh, who in just six years after leaving the Senate in 2011 built as much as $40 million in wealth — mostly from K Street lobbying firms and corporate board positions he never would have had except that he’s a former senator and governor.”--

      https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/246037/

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    1. If I could only spell!

      So Huckabee wants to be The Donald's huckleberry? Strange - because Huckabee talks like a church-goer who stays away from pussycats.

      The former Arkansas Governor did say: “Yes, there are things Donald Trump says I wouldn’t say and I wouldn’t advise him to say,”

      October 11, 2016 at 4:45 PM

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  5. I find it ironically humorous that Paul Ryan, said that keeping a Republican Congress would provide a bulwark against the excesses of a President Clinton. He means like the Republican Congress was a bulwark against the excesses of President Obama?

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    1. Bulwark, doormat. I don't think Ryan knows the difference.

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  6. If I read the tea leaves of several headlines today. The Donald has seen the real polls and knows the public is behind him on the latest nonsense and is serving notice he will do exactly what Huckleberry says.

    And I can't wait.

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  7. One of the reasons we either don't talk with pollsters, or lie outrageously to them.

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    1. The official licensed conservatives you read in newspapers or see on tv. Official Conservative is their title, hopeless, hapless opposition is their style.

      -Mikey NTH

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    2. I got it. My point is that George Will and Bill Kristol and their fellow slimy lying low-life hypocritical reptiles are conservatives like I am a Mongolian nomadic tribesman.

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  10. And there are still "conservatives" who think Michael Bloomberg did a fine job as NYC Mayor. Ha. Ha ha. Ha ha ha!

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  11. DC Cuckservatives are afraid Trump will win. FIFY.

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