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Sunday, October 09, 2016

To hell with Republicans

I registered as a Democrat in 1972, stopped voting Democrat ten years later, and finally registered Republican in 2002. If Trump loses this election, I will blame only him.

But I will register either Independent or some bizarre third party, because I have finally seen the Republican Party's true colors, and they no longer are red, white, and blue. And Never Trump can have it.

The attempt to sabotage his campaign shows a disloyalty that I do not wish to associate with.

Let us begin with the Family Bush, a dynasty begun under Prescott Bush, a senator circa World War II. As president, George H.W. turned the Party of Reagan into the Party of Bush -- cowards and sneaks.

Read my lips: No more taxes.

Hah!

The Family Bush was noticeably silent when Republican senators failed to hold an impeachment trial over Bill Clinton's perjury.

Now Jeb is all starchy because Trump said "pussy" in private.

Maybe the remark was too close to home.

You have this idiot Congressman Jason Chaffetz pulling his support of Trump. Guess what? Polls show Utah is the most pro-Trump state in the union, which means after four terms, Chaffetz no longer represent Utah. He represents Washington, D.C.

My advice in Utah: Vote for Democrat Stephen Tyron because we must punish cowardice in Congress.

The Clinton campaign used this idiocy to divert atention from just how corrupt and incorrigible Bill and Hillary are.

From Breitbart:
As WikiLeaks prepared its dump of devastating emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta, video and audio of Donald J. Trump—the Republican nominee for president—making off-color comments about women while with George H.W. Bush’s nephew, Billy Bush. were leaked.
George H.W. Bush, the former president, is voting for Hillary Clinton for president, Politico reported a few weeks ago. One of his sons, former President George W. Bush, has told people to vote in November but did not tell them who to vote for. And now his nephew is at the center of a disparaging tape on which Trump made lewd remarks about women. Both Trump and Billy Bush have apologized for the comments they made on the video.
But anti-Trump forces in the media, at the Washington Post which broke the story, and other outlets, have engineered it into a major scandal. And the Bushes and anti-Trump Republicans appear at the center of every turn in it.
Almost instantly, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush—a bitter Trump rival who has broken his pledge to support the eventual GOP nominee for president—denounced Trump, as did failed 2012 Republican nominee and fellow anti-Trump activist Mitt Romney.
Billy Bush.

Screw Republicans who work for the Clintons.

Trump loses, I am out of here.

And no, I will not blame anyone other than Trump if he loses.

But I would be out of my mind to remain with them.


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29 comments:

  1. I suspect you'll do that more in anger than in sorrow.

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    1. Sorrow. The Republican "Leadership" has rebranded - by their actions - GOP to mean "Government's Other Party.

      Good luck in their new careers.

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  2. I sent Trump a donation yesterday. The comment threads of most blogs are on fire for him and damning the republicans just as you are, butyour comment about the use of the word pussy hitting too close to home takes the cake. The Bush family certainly seems to be lacking in introspection, but I suspect that a coward knows he's a coward and the guac bowl merchant simply can't get over his humiliation. One of my sons has announced that Trump is the only republican party candidate he will be voting for as many of the candidates in his state have denounced the man carrying their banner. Trump may be the only chad I fill in on my ballot. One thing I wonder about is if they will try and throw it away if there is a recount.
    If I had a chance I'd like to ask the Bush Klan if they think that all the lost lives, hopes and fortunes that they have directly and indirectly been responsible for are worse than saying that you grabbed someone by the balls or pussy.
    The man on the street already knows the answer.

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    1. Bush Senior once moved a journalist out of his way on an airplane by grabbing the journalist by the balls to get his attention. Therefore, Bush Senior must be gay and actually did a sexual assault, right. True story but sarcastic in nature by this deplorable and irredeemable person.

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  3. The Republican party is dead. That's one of the outcomes of all of this furor. Some flavor of Nationalist party will rise up.

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  4. Take a deep breath, Big D. Hold it for three seconds. Now, exhale. Good. C'mon brother, you know Republicans are getting the job done here at the state level. I've met and talked to both Craig Blair and his pretty, sharp as a whip daughter Saira, and they are salt of the earth West Virginians. And that comment about Utah cut me to the quick. DubVee is the most pro-Trump state in the country. I'll bet you a jar of Apple butter on it. Screw the polls...

    Just cut back on the caffeine a bit, take a walk, and enjoy what is going to be a beautiful autumn day here in Almost Heaven. We STILL got this!

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  5. Speaking as a #NeverClump who left the Republican party months ago, I say it's all a scam; an agitprop scam.

    In 2011, Sect’y of State Hillary Clinton left 4 Americans to die in Benghazi for the sake of Obama’s illegal gun running to arm Jihadi rebels against Syria’s dictator Bashar Assad, yet I’m supposed to be outraged that this Trump clown said ‘pussy’ in 2005?

    IT’S ALL A SCAM AND THE MEDIA ARE PLAYING US LIKE SUCKERS!

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    1. Two thumbs on that post. And also, your user name is beyond awesome. Dang it, haven't heard that tune in a while and now I'm going to have to dial it up!

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  6. Trump will do just fine in tonight's debate.

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  7. Welcome to the club Don. The Republican party was dead to me when they destroyed Thad Cochran's opponent in the Mississippi Primary runoff.

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  8. I second your emotion. I will be changing to No Party Affiliation after the election.

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  9. I've been a career Republican (gawd I'm ashamed to admit that now) since I shook Barry Goldwater's calloused hand at the age of 10 inside Luke AFB in Glendale AZ, so, the betrayal has been a bit more lengthy for me. But, it's hard to discern bad and more bad and really really bad.

    But, right now, my plan is to go thermonuclear on them using MIRVs until November 8th, and thereafter, get ready for full blown unpleasantness if our man doesn't make it. Because, friends, unlike third world countries, the Sons and Daughters of Liberty have been civilized with these traitors standing squarely on the big "X". Rumors in the wind say it won't be so if the dark side wins--And, those folks give it worse odds than Nate Silver 3 months ago. Just one reason I won't talk to them right now.

    The real logistical issue is this. If it doesn't break clean, and you're registered as a fringe party, and there actually is another election, my state doesn't allow a partisan vote by independents in order to pull off another insurgency (if this is all we got--hard to tell).

    Cache 22.

    Your move.

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  10. As a retired UAW conservative, I have held my nose and voted for the pathetic nominee's the republican party chose. If Trump doesn't win, it will be the last vote they will ever see from me. Trump didn't ruin the republican party. The liars I have been voting for have ruined the republican party. j.catara

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  11. It's not Republicans so much as it is the Party Itsownself. I think zregime said it well, but it depends on your state. Mine is so damned blue that only a few Repubs can get elected.

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  12. I left the Republican Party (now independent) after the 2012 election when they squandered their gains on selling out and rolling over. If Trump loses (or even worse, is forced out) I will probably never vote again in Federal elections.

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    1. While I have serious problems with Republicans especially with their gentlemanly conduct when in a knife fight with Democrats. But in January 2016, after gaining the senate, they passed a House bill to revoke ObamaCare. But little was reported on it and Obama vetoed it. The Senate rules screw up getting TEA Party issues approved. Because of those rules 332 votes on revoking or changing ObamaCare never got a vote.
      Yes, the politicians are a lousy group on both sides of the aisle, but the leadership is the major part of the problem.

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  13. I thank God I'm almost 80 - not really my problem although I passionately agree with 99% of the above.

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  14. Great comments, and right there with ya Don. Regardless of how some view Ann Coulter, she has made a statement I think is really intuitive.. If Trump loses to Hillary, it's not going to matter anymore. In 4 years much less 8, the court will be majority progressives and 30 to 80 million illegals will get the amnesty.... and the border will not tighten. There is no opposition-party except Trump. If he loses, ... well... it's 1854 like edutcher says.

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  15. Be a bit ironic if the Bush Bozos' attempt to sabotage Trump also loses the Relublicans the Senate or even the House of Representatives.

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    1. If Trump loses, the Republicans will never win the presidency again. We have watched the Republican Party commit political suicide.

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    2. The dems want power and will do anything they need to do, lie, cheat, steal, to acquire that power. The repubs are comfortable as being the minority party because they still get the perks without the responsibility and they will do whatever they need to do to acquire that status. Both are pigs feeding at the same troth!

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  16. Could be that this episode will make Trump go all-in, attack-wise, at the next debate. What's he got to lose?

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  17. Trump can't count on a third debate. Use it or lose it. Clinton won't go for a third debate, there'll be some reason. Trump is an Alpha male. Clinton can't deal with that. Personally, locker room talk weeds out the manginas. As for offended feminists, hey, I'm all over that.

    Trump needs to be Trump tonight. Call out Clinton on treason and "Arkancide". Ya'll know, getting on the wrong side of the Clinton Crime Family has gotten a lot of people killed. That's a serious fact. Clinton is a serial killer.

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    1. Okay, just watched the debate. Trump surely got his points across.....he told her to her face that if he wins she's going to jail. He didn't cut her any slack, none......he was agressive, and she fought back, no doubt, but there old Bill was, hung around her neck. I had forgot about that 12 year old girl....and how Clinton laughed. Clinton has a serious problem there, and that doesn't wash out.

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  18. "...Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government..."

    The problem with the Republican Party is at the national level where it is dominated by the national Democratic Propaganda media. So does the above declaration apply to political parties, too. Could/might the state republican parties disown the national party?

    That however won't check a worst case (heck, best case?) Hillary administration if Trump loses. So which state pulls the plug first on the Progressive Federal Empire? I'm keeping my eyes on Texas.

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  19. Down here in hillbilly country, we have an old saying. "If you can't help, don't hinder.". I've watched Never Trump Harrumphs do everything they can to hinder since before he locked up the nomination, without having the cojones to admit they're trying to help Hillary, under some misguided delusion that all the Trump voters will suddenly see the moral and intellectual superiority of "movement conservatism".

    They've worked hand in glove with liberals and pushed the talking points put out by the Clinton campaign, regularly cross posted from left wing sites, and provided covering fire for them at every turn.

    My best guess is that they consistently cost him between 1-3% points early on, at a time that he was building much needed momentum.

    I finally left the Democrat Party after more than 30 years of voting a straight Democrat ticket, because they moved much farther left on many issues than I was willing to go. I've voted a straight Republican ticket since, even though I have substantial differences with them on many of their platform positions.

    But if Donald Trump loses by a narrow margin, I will be voting a straight Democrat ticket once again, and urging others to do the same. If they're going to destroy the country, they need to be made to own it lock, stock and barrel. And the Never Trump traitors need to be left to their dwindling readership and rendered irrelevant.

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  20. Down here in hillbilly country, we have an old saying. "If you can't help, don't hinder.". I've watched Never Trump Harrumphs do everything they can to hinder since before he locked up the nomination, without having the cojones to admit they're trying to help Hillary, under some misguided delusion that all the Trump voters will suddenly see the moral and intellectual superiority of "movement conservatism".

    They've worked hand in glove with liberals and pushed the talking points put out by the Clinton campaign, regularly cross posted from left wing sites, and provided covering fire for them at every turn.

    My best guess is that they consistently cost him between 1-3% points early on, at a time that he was building much needed momentum.

    I finally left the Democrat Party after more than 30 years of voting a straight Democrat ticket, because they moved much farther left on many issues than I was willing to go. I've voted a straight Republican ticket since, even though I have substantial differences with them on many of their platform positions.

    But if Donald Trump loses by a narrow margin, I will be voting a straight Democrat ticket once again, and urging others to do the same. If they're going to destroy the country, they need to be made to own it lock, stock and barrel. And the Never Trump traitors need to be left to their dwindling readership and rendered irrelevant.

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