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Brandon Straka opens the Trump Rally in Cincinnati 8/01/19 (7 min 07 sec):


Published on Aug 12, 2019 by #WalkAway Campaign​
 

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A friend of mine reminded me that if I register as a Democrat, I can vote in the primaries, for or against whomever I wish, and also vote for Trump in the general election.

Plus, my ballot is less likely to be thrown away.

Still debating...
 

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A friend of mine reminded me that if I register as a Democrat, I can vote in the primaries, for or against whomever I wish, and also vote for Trump in the general election.

Plus, my ballot is less likely to be thrown away.

Still debating...
I kinda like that idea. I can vote for whomever I like in the primaries without breaking any voting laws. Yes, I do like this idea!
 

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You guys are WAY behind the times... :godfather

I registered REPUBLICAN so I could vote against Nixon in both the Primaries, and the general election.

Thass two votes agin... filed and receipted.
 

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They just didn't cheat enough last time. I expect they won't make that mistake again.
So when whatever communist wins there will be a military intervention.
Only way Trump wins again is releasing the "we have it all" files every week until the election.
Gotta ramp up to the bombshells.
 

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Only way Trump wins again is releasing the "we have it all" files every week until the election.
I don't see anything that suggests he will do that, other than talk about it! He's a great talker.
 
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I hope people don't get over confident and stay home on election day.
I like what this poster says, I just hope it comes true.

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From his lips keyboard, to God's ear.
 

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I hope people don't get over confident and stay home on election day.
I like what this poster says, I just hope it comes true.

From his lips keyboard, to God's ear.
it's true though. This is literally going to be a fight between the socialists coming for everything we hold dear and some semblance of liberty. Once they get power, they'll change all the rules to prevent liberty-loving America from ever having a chance again.
 

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they'll change all the rules to prevent liberty-loving America from ever having a chance again.
they already have,

we have no borders,
we have no spending constraints,
we have no liberty,
there is no one in jail,
there are no pending court cases,
etc.

tramp hasn't been able to accomplish anything other than 'not being the emailer'
 

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I don't see anything that suggests he will do that, other talk about it! He's a great talker.
You must have missed the revelation from this morning that Stefan Halper's attorney admitted he was working for the CIA and was tasked with approaching Papadopolous...

A CIA operation from the very beginning...with John Brennan (and Obama) intimately involved...

Yeah - nothings happening...
 

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it's true though. This is literally going to be a fight between the socialists coming for everything we hold dear and some semblance of liberty. Once they get power, they'll change all the rules to prevent liberty-loving America from ever having a chance again.
they already have,

we have no borders,
we have no spending constraints,
we have no liberty,
there is no one in jail,
there are no pending court cases,

etc.

tramp hasn't been able to accomplish anything other than 'not being the emailer'

The negativity here is almost overwhelming - almost.


May i remind you all that :

It's always darkest before the dawn

If you keep your faith, you keep your trust, you keep the right attitude, if you're grateful, you'll see God open up new doors.

 

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You must have missed the revelation from this morning that Stefan Halper's attorney admitted he was working for the CIA and was tasked with approaching Papadopolous...

A CIA operation from the very beginning...with John Brennan (and Obama) intimately involved...

Yeah - nothings happening...
But every time a major revelation comes out, there is a mass shooting by some "white nationalist" or other...convenient.
 

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they already have,

we have no borders,
we have no spending constraints,
we have no liberty,
there is no one in jail,
there are no pending court cases,
etc.

tramp hasn't been able to accomplish anything other than 'not being the emailer'
Well, aren't you Mr. Sunshine.
:dduck:
 

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I don't think Beto has a chance in the election but just for the record.....

Cory Booker is polling at 2% and Beta is behind him ...
 

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Public sector unions, probably. Private sector union members are smarter than you might think. I worked with and around those guys for the better part of four decades and they were good guys with a lot of common sense. A few were indoctrinated leftists, but most of them saw through the democRat party bullpucky.
 

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I think the majority of the public still votes based on their pocketbook.

If its good...Trump gets re-elected. If its bad...

That is why the MSM is working so hard to alter peoples confidence about the economy. If they can swing public opinion - that WILL have a significant effect on peoples purchasing behaviors - which obviously will impact the economy...
 

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I think the majority of the public still votes based on their pocketbook.

If its good...Trump gets re-elected. If its bad...

That is why the MSM is working so hard to alter peoples confidence about the economy. If they can swing public opinion - that WILL have a significant effect on peoples purchasing behaviors - which obviously will impact the economy...
Might be so, but I’ve listened to a variety of people on YTube that think that Trump will be elected, no matter what happens to the economy and that most people realize the Rats are batcrapcrazy. I think the ONLY thing that can sink The Donald is if he signs off on too much gun control. It seems to be a worry, though some folks say he won’t backstab us on it.
 

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Why would the Dims be in trouble?

Will they lose their pensions? Will they never be able to get their names on the ballot again? I think they are happy to play second fiddle, the pay is roughly the same and they don't get blamed when the tune goes astray.
 

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Why would the Dims be in trouble?

Will they lose their pensions? Will they never be able to get their names on the ballot again? I think they are happy to play second fiddle, the pay is roughly the same and they don't get blamed when the tune goes astray.
Presidency has been going back and forth for many moons. One side wrecks havoc, then relinquishes custody to the other side. Only now with DJT as POTUS, both sides fight him because he isn't going along with them.
 

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Presidency has been going back and forth for many moons. One side wrecks havoc, then relinquishes custody to the other side. Only now with DJT as POTUS, both sides fight him because he isn't going along with them.
POTUS DJT vs the Uniparty.

Is this a shock to anyone here?
 

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Not Your Grandfather’s Democratic Party
https://www.theepochtimes.com/not-your-grandfathers-democratic-party-2_3074650.html
by Mark Hendrickson, September 11, 2019

I wonder how many voters under, say, 40, realize how far removed from traditional American political values today’s Democrats are?

Those listening to this week’s third round of debates between aspirants to the Democratic presidential nomination are unlikely to hear anything remotely similar to ideas that leaders of both parties used to believe in.

Below, you can read a collection of ten statements—some of them undoubtedly familiar to you—made by leading political figures in U.S. history. The values embodied in these statements were not really expressions of Republican values or Democratic values; they were simply American values. They were shared and cherished by overwhelming majorities of Americans of both parties over the span of many generations.

If you find yourself tending to recoil from the ideas expressed in the statements cited next, then you have been taught contrary values, or you are, at the very least, unfamiliar with the political and ethical values that they describe. You should be aware, though, that if your grandparents or great-grandparents had already immigrated to the United States, chances are, these were their values.

Here they are:

  1. “I think … that we have more machinery of government than is necessary, too many parasites living on the labor of the industrious.”
  2. “If we can but prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people, under the pretence [sic] of taking care of them, they must become happy.”
  3. “Distinctions in society will always exist under every just government. Equality of talents, of education, or of wealth cannot be produced by human institutions.”
  4. “The less government interferes with private pursuits, the better for general prosperity.”
  5. “Though the people support the Government, the Government should not support the people.”
  6. “High rates of income and profits taxes discourage energy, remove the incentive to new enterprise, encourage extravagant expenditures, and produce industrial stagnation with consequent unemployment and other attendant evils.”
  7. “We are spending altogether too much money for government services which are neither practical nor necessary. In addition to this, we are attempting too many functions.”
  8. “Democracy is, first and foremost, a spiritual force, it is built upon a spiritual basis—and on a belief in God and an observance of moral principle. And in the long run only the church can provide that basis.” “Our religious faith gives us the answer to the false beliefs of Communism [including socialism].”
  9. “The rights of man come not from the generosity of the state but from the hand of God.”
  10. “The federal government’s most useful role is not to rush into a program of excessive increases in public expenditures, but to expand the incentives and opportunities for private expenditures.”
The themes of limited government, individual rights, and faith in deity run through these statements. By the way, I wrote above that all of the statements I was going to quote were made by famous Americans. Indeed, they were famous. All were former presidents of the United States. And not only were they all presidents, they were all Democrats.

The first two, which warned of a large and intrusive government, came from Thomas Jefferson when the federal government was only a minuscule fraction of its current size.

Andrew Jackson was the author of the third, in which he rejected the egalitarian error common on the left today that “justice” means material “equality.”

The fourth was Martin Van Buren’s warning about government interference in the economy.

The fifth was from a famous veto issued by Grover Cleveland, who repeatedly vetoed progressive bills that bestowed privileges on select citizens at the expense of the rule of law.

The sixth—sounding so very much like Ronald Reagan’s supply-side economic philosophy—belongs to Woodrow Wilson. Indeed, it seems out of character considering the way Wilson governed, but at least he acknowledged an important economic truth.

The seventh, with its warnings about government waste and government attempting to do more than it is capable of doing, was uttered by none other than Franklin Roosevelt.

The eighth came from the famously blunt Harry Truman, who would never be mistaken for a right-wing evangelical Christian. This statement simply reflected the dominant belief that in the battle with secular ideologies, faith in deity would prevail over atheistic belief systems such as communism and its economic component, socialism.

The last two—reiterating the primacy of our God-given rights and the superiority of the private sector, consisting of free individuals, over government control over economic activity—are statements of John F. Kennedy.

Somehow, I don’t think any of those former Democratic presidents would be welcome in today’s Democratic Party, much less stand a chance of being the party’s presidential nominee.

In stark contrast to these traditional American precepts, today’s Democratic presidential candidates call for a massive expansion of government power and spending. They want a powerful paternal state to be in charge of jobs, health care, standards of living, and major industries—an overtly socialistic agenda.

For today’s Democrats, faith in government has supplanted faith in God. They believe that government should wage a war against nature and make us all more equal to each other in the name of “progress.”

Ladies and gentlemen, what you will see and hear in the Sept. 12 debate is in no way, shape, or form your grandfather’s Democratic Party.

Mark Hendrickson, an economist, recently retired from the faculty of Grove City College, where he remains a fellow for economic and social policy at the Institute for Faith & Freedom.
 
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Not Your Grandfather’s Democratic Party
https://www.theepochtimes.com/not-your-grandfathers-democratic-party-2_3074650.html
by Mark Hendrickson, September 11, 2019

I wonder how many voters under, say, 40, realize how far removed from traditional American political values today’s Democrats are?

Those listening to this week’s third round of debates between aspirants to the Democratic presidential nomination are unlikely to hear anything remotely similar to ideas that leaders of both parties used to believe in.

Below, you can read a collection of ten statements—some of them undoubtedly familiar to you—made by leading political figures in U.S. history. The values embodied in these statements were not really expressions of Republican values or Democratic values; they were simply American values. They were shared and cherished by overwhelming majorities of Americans of both parties over the span of many generations.

If you find yourself tending to recoil from the ideas expressed in the statements cited next, then you have been taught contrary values, or you are, at the very least, unfamiliar with the political and ethical values that they describe. You should be aware, though, that if your grandparents or great-grandparents had already immigrated to the United States, chances are, these were their values.

Here they are:

  1. “I think … that we have more machinery of government than is necessary, too many parasites living on the labor of the industrious.”
  2. “If we can but prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people, under the pretence [sic] of taking care of them, they must become happy.”
  3. “Distinctions in society will always exist under every just government. Equality of talents, of education, or of wealth cannot be produced by human institutions.”
  4. “The less government interferes with private pursuits, the better for general prosperity.”
  5. “Though the people support the Government, the Government should not support the people.”
  6. “High rates of income and profits taxes discourage energy, remove the incentive to new enterprise, encourage extravagant expenditures, and produce industrial stagnation with consequent unemployment and other attendant evils.”
  7. “We are spending altogether too much money for government services which are neither practical nor necessary. In addition to this, we are attempting too many functions.”
  8. “Democracy is, first and foremost, a spiritual force, it is built upon a spiritual basis—and on a belief in God and an observance of moral principle. And in the long run only the church can provide that basis.” “Our religious faith gives us the answer to the false beliefs of Communism [including socialism].”
  9. “The rights of man come not from the generosity of the state but from the hand of God.”
  10. “The federal government’s most useful role is not to rush into a program of excessive increases in public expenditures, but to expand the incentives and opportunities for private expenditures.”
The themes of limited government, individual rights, and faith in deity run through these statements. By the way, I wrote above that all of the statements I was going to quote were made by famous Americans. Indeed, they were famous. All were former presidents of the United States. And not only were they all presidents, they were all Democrats.

The first two, which warned of a large and intrusive government, came from Thomas Jefferson when the federal government was only a minuscule fraction of its current size.

Andrew Jackson was the author of the third, in which he rejected the egalitarian error common on the left today that “justice” means material “equality.”

The fourth was Martin Van Buren’s warning about government interference in the economy.

The fifth was from a famous veto issued by Grover Cleveland, who repeatedly vetoed progressive bills that bestowed privileges on select citizens at the expense of the rule of law.

The sixth—sounding so very much like Ronald Reagan’s supply-side economic philosophy—belongs to Woodrow Wilson. Indeed, it seems out of character considering the way Wilson governed, but at least he acknowledged an important economic truth.

The seventh, with its warnings about government waste and government attempting to do more than it is capable of doing, was uttered by none other than Franklin Roosevelt.

The eighth came from the famously blunt Harry Truman, who would never be mistaken for a right-wing evangelical Christian. This statement simply reflected the dominant belief that in the battle with secular ideologies, faith in deity would prevail over atheistic belief systems such as communism and its economic component, socialism.

The last two—reiterating the primacy of our God-given rights and the superiority of the private sector, consisting of free individuals, over government control over economic activity—are statements of John F. Kennedy.

Somehow, I don’t think any of those former Democratic presidents would be welcome in today’s Democratic Party, much less stand a chance of being the party’s presidential nominee.

In stark contrast to these traditional American precepts, today’s Democratic presidential candidates call for a massive expansion of government power and spending. They want a powerful paternal state to be in charge of jobs, health care, standards of living, and major industries—an overtly socialistic agenda.

For today’s Democrats, faith in government has supplanted faith in God. They believe that government should wage a war against nature and make us all more equal to each other in the name of “progress.”

Ladies and gentlemen, what you will see and hear in the Sept. 12 debate is in no way, shape, or form your grandfather’s Democratic Party.

Mark Hendrickson, an economist, recently retired from the faculty of Grove City College, where he remains a fellow for economic and social policy at the Institute for Faith & Freedom.
Most of the points of that article are invalid because of the #white, #slaveholding #misogynistic #patriarchy. This is why we need to smash the patriarchy and free oppressed people from it's grasp!**

#thenewdemocrats


**my comment is sarcasm
 

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Most of the points of that article are invalid because of the #white, #slaveholding #misogynistic #patriarchy. This is why we need to smash the patriarchy and free oppressed people from it's grasp!**

#thenewdemocrats

**my comment is sarcasm
And them Roosians.
 

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Burning AOC ad during Democratic debate sparks outrage


An advertisement showing the image of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez bursting into flames aired during ABC's Democratic debate in Houston on Thursday, prompting a heated response from viewers.

The 30-second ad, from a Republican-affiliated PAC named New Faces GOP, features its founder Elizabeth Heng, a former GOP congressional candidate in California, warning about liberal politicians who embrace socialism.

"This is the face of socialism and ignorance," Heng says as a photo of Ocasio-Cortez catches fire and burns away to show harrowing images from the Cambodian Civil War in the 1970s from which her father fled.

"Does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez know the horrors of socialism?” Heng continues. “My father was minutes from death in Cambodia before a forced marriage saved his life. That’s socialism: Forced obedience. Starvation. Mine is a face of freedom. My skin is not white. I’m not outrageous, racist, nor socialist. I’m a Republican."






It appears the ad ran on at least one Sinclair station in the Washington, D.C., area.

Social media buzzed with criticism after the ad aired, with many angry that ABC allowed it to air.

Lots of snowflakes whining including Donkey Chompers herself
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Burning AOC ad during Democratic debate sparks outrage


An advertisement showing the image of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez bursting into flames aired during ABC's Democratic debate in Houston on Thursday, prompting a heated response from viewers.

The 30-second ad, from a Republican-affiliated PAC named New Faces GOP, features its founder Elizabeth Heng, a former GOP congressional candidate in California, warning about liberal politicians who embrace socialism.

"This is the face of socialism and ignorance," Heng says as a photo of Ocasio-Cortez catches fire and burns away to show harrowing images from the Cambodian Civil War in the 1970s from which her father fled.

"Does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez know the horrors of socialism?” Heng continues. “My father was minutes from death in Cambodia before a forced marriage saved his life. That’s socialism: Forced obedience. Starvation. Mine is a face of freedom. My skin is not white. I’m not outrageous, racist, nor socialist. I’m a Republican."






It appears the ad ran on at least one Sinclair station in the Washington, D.C., area.

Social media buzzed with criticism after the ad aired, with many angry that ABC allowed it to air.

Lots of snowflakes whining including Donkey Chompers herself
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My 2020 campaign is only 2% behind booker with almost no funding.
In that case, I'll back out now so as not to steal votes from you :2 thumbs up:
 

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LOL! President Trump retweeted this tweet of Terrence Williams.


Then after retweeting the above tweet, President Trump posted a tweet quoting the last line of the tweet by Terrence... and it triggers some hateful responses as exhibited by the poor soul spewing "f bombs" and having a tantrum.

I love our President! Trump, the master troll! LOL!


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Good Lord. Mr. Posnanski (AKA: "Tony Pus") seems like a perfect, progressive, slam-dunk AnyDem vote as far as I can tell.