Showing posts with label Republican Family Values. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Republican Family Values. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Florida voters weigh in on Donald J. Trump's debate performance

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Donald J. Trump cashed a thirteen cent check



In 1990, Spy magazine performed an interesting experiment to find out "Who is America's cheapest zillionaire?"
Spy sent various people a 13 cent check , and waited to see who would actually cash it. They sent the checks to the home addresses of the rich people. DJT cashed his. So did the Saudi businessman Adnan Khashoggi.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Donald Trump gets taken to Chinatown

by Jack Brummet, Republican Family Values Editor



Of all the things DJT said in the Presidential Debate last night, what most offended me was when he referred to President Obama as “your President” while speaking to Hillary late in the debate. It flared up on FB, Reddit, Twitter, and other sites. Was this tied into his earlier refusal to apologize ("I have nothing to say.") for his five year birther jihad; because he believed [and still believes] the President is illegitimate and therefore not his President? To have not said Our President offended me most, but I imagine everyone has their own choices...God knows he gave the nation so many tonight.
"Not global warming, like you think and your President thinks.” - Donald J. Trump

This debate will go down as a turning point in 2016 and in the annals of great/insane debates. In the spin room, Rudy G said he wasn't sure if Donald would be attending the next two debates. Interestingly, the guy who boasted of his testosterone levels a couple of weeks ago (and by implication, last night)couldn't find the "stamina" to finish the debate.
Trump would be smart to duck out; he has nothing to lose, and would, probably, be cutting his losses. Sure, we'll call him a pussy, but all the razzing and the media barrage would be nothing compared to one more monumental f***up like this. I'm sure his base loves him still, but he lost the outliers tonight, and I'll be really surprised if his head to head national poll numbers don't show a 6% drop by next week.
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Thursday, August 25, 2016

A sad day for Ann Coulter and her new book "In Trump We Trust"

by Jack Brummet, National Affairs Ed.


Donald Trump kind of peed on Ann Coulter's book release party yesterday. On the day her book "In Trump We Trust" came out, DJT announced a radical shift in his immigration "policy."


In the book, she writes "There’s nothing Trump can do that won’t be forgiven. . .except change his immigration policies.”
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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

The pivot that wasn't

By Jack Brummet, GOP-Tea Party Ed.



As many expected, Donald J. Trump's long awaited "Pivot" was wishful thinking on the part of the GOP-Tea Party.  From an interview yesterday:
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Sunday, August 14, 2016

Donald J.Trump's babysitters

By Jack Brummet, National Affairs Ed.



The RNC—and his own team—have begun sending babysitters out with DJT. So far, Giuliani, Christie, and Priebus have pulled road duty.
"We've always found it's wise to have people traveling with him, because it's an opportunity to have him engaged and not just sitting there," Campaign runner Manafort said.
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Thursday, August 11, 2016

72% of Republicans still believe President Obama is not a citizen

By Jack Brummet



"Seventy-two percent of registered Republican voters still doubt President Obama's citizenship, according to a recent NBC News|SurveyMonkey poll conducted in late June and early July of more than 1,700 registered voters. And this skepticism even exists among Republicans high in political knowledge." - MSNBC


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Tuesday, August 02, 2016

Is Donald Trump cracking up?




  • “Donald Trump is not of sound mind,” conservative Stephen Hayes wrote in July in the Weekly Standard. 
  • “Have we stopped to appreciate how crazy Donald Trump has gotten recently?” liberal Ezra Klein wrote on Vox.
  • He “appears haunted by multiple personality disorders,” conservative David Brooks wrote last week in the New York Times.
  • “We can gloss over it, laugh about it, analyze it, but Donald Trump is not a well man,” Stuart Stevens, chief strategist to Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign, said on Twitter.  In an interview Stevens said that the available evidence leads to two possible conclusions: either Trump has a substance abuse problem [ed's note: doubtful] or “there is something definitely off about him.”
  • “At best, this is a very damaged person,” Stevens said. “And there’s probably something more serious going on.”
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Saturday, July 30, 2016

The Donald Trump rebuttal to the Democratic Convention

By Jack Brummet, National Affairs Ed.

We could go on and on about this, but suffice to say, he has come close to hitting a new low, after a couple of weeks of scraping the bottom of the barrel.


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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Donald Trump: Don't ask, don't tell

By Jack Brummet, National Affairs Ed.


The Candidate, Donald J. Trump, keeps naming VP candidates and convention speakers he has never actually asked in person. Many of them decline. Tim Tebow's statement today had to be  a nice sucker punch.  








 This week they also leaked Condoleezza Rice as a Veep pick (Trump rang her up himself), although she politely said "no way" months ago.  Tim LeBow, Don King, and Mike Ditka were also named and ducked out.







By STEVE PEOPLES and JILL COLVIN
CLEVELAND (AP) - Thursday morning he was among the biggest stars featured on Donald Trump's convention lineup. Thursday night, Tim Tebow declared his attendance at next week's Republican National Convention wasnothing more than "a rumor."
"I wake up this morning to find out that I'm speaking at the Republican National Convention," Tebow said in a video posted on Facebook. "It's amazing how fast rumors fly. And that's exactly what it is, a rumor."
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to questions about Tebow's departure from a convention program that the New York billionaire's team had long teased would be an extraordinary display of political entertainment. But instead of sports stars and celebrities, as promised, the campaign is relying heavily on the party's establishment for the four-day convention, which begins Monday.


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Monday, June 20, 2016

Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski Fired

By Jack Brummet, National Affairs Ed.
illustration by Jack Brummet


"While Trump and Lewandowski are close, Trump made the decision because of systemic problems in the campaign that had spilled out into the public, leaving Trump's campaign floundering amid sinking poll numbers and image problems, multiple sources from inside the campaign said." (MSNBC)

Trump's New York state director Michael Caputo tweeted immediately after the news broke:

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Saturday, June 18, 2016

The best SuperPac ever: Americans Against Insecure Billionaires with Tiny Hands

By Jack Brummet, Republican Family Values Ed.

“If the White House phone rings at 3 a.m., will his little hands even be able to pick up the receiver?”  Their website is located here


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