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Saturday, March 02, 2019

Forgotten no longer

Donald John Trump became the first third-party candidate to be elected president. First, he destroyed the Republican Party, then took its nomination and won the White House by destroying Hillary by exposing her as a grifter (you'd be in jail) and a drunk (Sick Hillary). He kept the name Republican because changing all that stationery is expensive.

At CPAC today, President Trump explained who his new party stands for.



The Forgotten Man.

The veterans. The soldiers. The police. The firemen. The paramedics. The groundskeepers. The farmers. The truck drivers. The factory workers. The janitors. The maids. And above all, the coal miners, without whom we would all freeze to death in the dark.

"The forgotten men and women of America will be forgotten no longer. That is the heart of this new movement and the future of the Republican Party. People came to vote and these people, the media, they said where are they coming from? What's going on here? These are hard-working, great, great Americans. These are unbelievable people who have not been treated fairly. Hillary called them deplorable. They're not deplorable. Who would have thought that a word was going to play so badly? That's the problem in politics. One wrong word and it's over. She also said irredeemable, but we won't mention that," President Trump said today.

Ah yes, Hillary's cute and cutting remark about a basket of deplorables as she shucked and jived for the elitists who gave her more than a billion bucks to blow on an election she made about her (I'm With Her) instead of the country.

Journalists who agreed with her assessment that America is deplorable laughed and wrote stories about her clever remark.

President Trump said it cost her the election. Who are you to argue? He won.

Americans won, too, because a new party emerged, one that was conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

"The GOP will be from now on the party also of the American worker. You know, we haven't been as a group given credit for this, but if you look at how much bigger our party has gotten during this cycle, during the early days when we had 17 people running, the primaries, millions and millions of people were joining. I won't say it was because of me, but it was, okay? And we have an amazing, strong, powerful party that truly does want to see America be great again, and it will see it, and it's going to see it a lot sooner than you think, believe me," President Trump said today.

"A lot sooner than you think. We will not answer to donors or lobbyists or special interests, but we will serve the citizens of the United States of America, believe me. Global cooperation, dealing with other countries, getting along with other countries is good. It's very important, but there is no such thing as a global anthem, a global currency, or a global flag. This is the United States of America that I'm representing. I'm not representing the globe. I'm representing your country.

"There's one allegiance that unites us all, and that is to America. America. It's the allegiance to America. No matter our background or income or geography, we're all citizens of this blessed land, and no matter our color or the blood, color of the blood we bleed, it's the same red blood of great, great patriots. Remember great patriots. We all salute with pride the same American flag, and we all are equal, totally equal in the eyes of almighty God. We're equal."

And there he got at the heart of the matter.

God.

This nation was founded on religion, not atheism. It is freedom of religion, not from.

Communists and other tyrannical forms of government do not believe in God.

We do, and as long as we do, we are free.

" I want to thank, by the way, the evangelical community, the Christian community, communities of faith. Rabbis and priests and pastors, ministers because the support for me was a record, as you know, not only in terms of numbers of people but percentages of those numbers that voted for Trump. So I want to thank you folks. It was amazing, an amazing outpouring and I will not disappoint you. As long as we have faith in each other and trust in God, then there is no goal at all beyond our reach," President Trump said.

The Forgotten Man -- and the forgotten God -- are the Republican Party again, just as it was when Lincoln took the new party to the top in 1860.

38 comments:

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  2. “What then shall we say to this? If God be for us, who can be against us?”

    Not the LibCommies. No way. No possible way.

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  3. Don...I didn't hear him say most of the things reflected in this piece. It may have been in the official transcript but he went off the script for most of the two hours. It was classic Trump.

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    1. Just watched the full two hours and you’re right, Mr. T riffed most of it. And yes, it WAS classic. The Raisin story was gold!

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  4. Consider prisons.

    Consider that there are places where the Bible-believing percentage of the population “on the inside” exceeds that of those on the outside.

    Now which of the two is the truly benighted place?

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  5. It is amazing how many people get religion within hours of being arrested.

    "When did you find Jesus?"
    "When the cops found me."

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  6. I've supported prison ministries. We need to keep it up.

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  7. not a fan of lincoln, usurper and creator of federal overreach

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    1. A historian!!!!

      And a not a fan of!!!!

      Scintillating!!!!

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    2. Also not a Lincoln fan, that Civil War he started killed a lot of Americans.

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    3. He didn't start a war.

      He preserved our Constitutional Republic.

      The obsession of the citizens so obsessed with keeping their possessions, aka, slaves, would allow no other resolution to the heinous nature of their obsession.

      To have an opinion on this, your opinion specifically, is your liberty, said liberty courtesy of our Constitutional Republic.

      Presuming, of course, that you are an American citizen.

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    4. Lincoln did not care about the slaves. His war was just an excuse to level the South. We still are subject to the fed tyranny he began. The GOP should disavow Lincoln, like Russia has Stalin.

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    5. Patrick + Bill + Chris

      Wilson + Crook + Hoving


      You knuckleheads gotta think up better phony identifers than that.

      Or is it just you, knucklehead?

      Hey, there, lonely putz.....

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    6. Lincoln did not care about the slaves. His war was just an excuse to level the South. We still are subject to the fed tyranny he began. The GOP should disavow Lincoln, like Russia has Stalin.



      Yeah, well...too bad your ancestors didn't free the slaves just to see what Old Abe would do. I guess that would have thrown him for a loop, right?

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    7. Well, BL, you don't know much about Lincoln, or the timing of his proclamation to make such an idiotic statement. Lincoln's mission was keeping the south as New England's economic colony. Slavery was simply a ploy on Lincoln's part. He had hoped to start a servile insurrection in the south.

      Anyone that Loves Lincoln must love Obama, Lincoln's spiritual heir, as are all the leftist Dims.

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  8. Heard it was ANOTHER great speech. And he is a great ad-libber. He constantly gives fantastic speeches because the topic is fantastic - MAGA.

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  9. Forgotten God?

    You think the immoral filth that is Donald "the John" Trump has any consideration for God? The is the guy who claims he's never asked God for forgiveness. He says he "takes my little cracker" and reads from "two Corinthians".

    The Trump cult can't even recognize their false idol.

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    1. He invokes God almost as much as Zero invoked "Me" and "I."
      You do not know a man's heart., do you?

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    2. "False idol" instruction from the side that substitutes government worship for religion.

      If you believe there's no God, you'll believe anything.

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    3. By your standards, King David would have been classified as immoral filth. In the Catholic Church, it is common to refer to "two Corinthians." And sometimes people refer to the host as a wafer. Good grief. I wonder if you see perfection when you look in the mirror.

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    4. Anonymous (how fitting),

      The Death Cult speaks.

      Pffft.

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    5. Hilarious to compare Don "The John" Trump to King David. David wrote psalms 51. The filth claims he never asked God for forgiveness.

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    6. King David also committed adultery then had the husband killed when his wife became pregnant by David. If nony the ninny had ever read the Bible he would know that the man after GOD's own heart was as human and frail and sinful as the rest of us. he was also forgiven and GOD used him for great things.
      So I'd hold off on the David comparison until President Trump actually murders some one although there are plenty in Washington richly deserving.

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    7. If you want a lecture about God from lefties, show them someone who only respects God only twice as much as they do.

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    8. The Creator is known by the nature of the Creator's Design.

      The Creator's Design's nature is known by the effects we, creatures all, experience.

      The effects we, creatures all, experience provide clues to the Purpose and Intent of the Creator's Design.



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  10. President Trump gave a truly wonderful speech, but CPAC has disgraced itself by banning Laura Loomer, one of the very few actual journalists still working.

    https://lauraloomer.us/2019/03/02/breaking-cpac-bans-laura-loomer/#.XHwJU1XbAfc

    I won't be supporting the fair-weather friends at CPAC any more, but they won't miss me; they'll still have the Chamber of Commerce donors & the RINOs on their side, and CNN- who is still welcome there of course- will provide "coverage" that I'm sure will have their version of the truth.

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  11. Trump's devotion to his family is his strength and his weakness. He really needs to fire Kushner and Ivanka and send them back to New York. They are his Achilles Heel.

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  12. Yes, Don, you cut to the chase here. The real divide is not political, but spiritual. And people who don't believe IN God, tend to behave like they think THEY ARE God. They refuse to see that the universe already is rightly ordered and instead want to shove their own, perverse order down our throats.

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    1. As the book of Judges repeatedly states about the post-Exodus Hebrews, "In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes."

      That's what happens when we lose sight of the Lord. We become our own moral authorities.

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    2. We each are always our own authority on what we choose and choose not.

      We each do as we will, think as we will, feel as we will, believe as we will.

      The Design imposes the reality of what the Designer wills.

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  13. > First, he destroyed the Republican Party

    The wages of being unprincipled.

    Like the Good Book says, "I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm -- neither hot nor cold -- I am about to spit you out of my mouth."

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    1. There is only one principle, that which the Design imposes and we each all are powerless to negate.

      Savor each and every breath, for one will be the last one.

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  14. I will never get enough Bible study and we call it 2-Cor. What now? It takes too long to say Second Corinthians. But we thank God for the trouble in Corinth--it allowed Paul from Tarsus to address the problem for our good.

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  15. Thank you, thank you---from a forgotten center-right Californian!

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