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The Republican-controlled Congress appears to be powerless compared to the President and the Democratic minority.

The Republican-controlled Congress appears to be powerless compared to the President and the Democratic minority.

After the Iran deal was drafted, Iranian leader Ahatollah Khamenei led an audience in chanting, "Death to America, Death to Israel." Can Iran be trusted to stop its nuclear ambitions or will it continue to fulfill their threats?

After the Iran deal was drafted, Iranian leader Ahatollah Khamenei led an audience in chanting, “Death to America, Death to Israel.” Can Iran be trusted to stop its nuclear ambitions or will it continue to fulfill their threats?

 

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In case the leader falls

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Donald Trump says his treatment by the party will dictate whether he runs as a third party candidate. “I’ll have to see how I’m being treated by the Republicans,” Mr. Trump said. “Absolutely, if they’re not fair, that would be a factor.”

Donald Trump says his treatment by the party will dictate whether he runs as a third party candidate. “I’ll have to see how I’m being treated by the Republicans,” Mr. Trump said. “Absolutely, if they’re not fair, that would be a factor.”

Obama's Flags

It appears the U.S. Supreme Court expanded their powers in this session.

It appears the U.S. Supreme Court expanded their powers in this session.

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Donald Trump is running for president.

Now Donald Trump (R) is running for president.

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From GOPUSA:

Krauthammer predicts final three GOP contenders

For the time being, a best-selling author and commentator says one of three men is likely to win the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.

Real Clear Politics has been the go-to source for political pundits, with its compilation of various presidential preference polls. On the GOP side, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush maintains just over a two point lead on Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and Florida Senator Marco Rubio with almost 15 and a half percent. Walker and Rubio are tied with just over 13 percent. No other candidates are in double figures.

Charles Krauthammer has recently released the paperback edition of his best-selling book, Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes, and Politics. Though it is early, he believes one of those three will ultimately get the nomination.

“Jeb is, of course, the so-called establishment candidate, the legacy candidate. He’s a serious guy, a serious governor, very successful and rather conservative, despite the fact that many people think that he’s not,” Krauthammer explains. “But nonetheless, he doesn’t quite have the fire and the kind of newness that you see in a Rubio or the kind of recent experience you get from Scott Walker taking on the unions and liberals in Wisconsin.”

And Krauthammer believes the game will ultimately be decided in the field.

“The debates are going to be decisive. The speeches — anybody making [gaffes], interactions — all those things that we can’t predict because they haven’t yet happened are going to be the ones that determine who gets ahead,” the writer foresees.

Krauthammer believes Rubio and Walker have a better shot than Bush at defeating Hillary Clinton.

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Reblogged from The Daily Beast, by Nick Gillespie:

Hillbillery and Jebro

Hillbillery and Jebro

For partisan and media elites, ‘the past is never dead. It’s not even past,’ which means with these two candidates likely to lead the race in 2016, the future doesn’t look so different.
 
As if we need it, here’s extra proof that contemporary politics is more thoroughly exhausted than adult actress Lisa Sparkxxx must have been at the end of her record-setting roll in the hay at the 2004 “Eroticon” in Warsaw, Poland.
The Washington Post reports, “Many of the Republican Party’s most powerful insiders and financiers have begun a behind-the-scenes campaign to draft former Florida governor Jeb Bush into the 2016 presidential race, courting him and his intimates and starting talks on fundraising strategy.” For once, I found myself agreeing with Jesse Jackson. Can’t we just “stay out the Bushes” this one time at least?
On the other side of the aisle, it’s a given that Hillary Clinton is not only the presumptive Democratic nominee, but the only possible Democratic nominee anyone can name with a straight face (sorry, Joe Biden, but this just ain’t your century any more than the 20th was). “There was a Bush or a Clinton in the White House and cabinet for 32 years straight,” notes Maureen Dowd at The New York Times, whose headline writer adds, “Brace Yourself for Hillary and Jeb.”
As it was, it shall always be. About the only cause for optimism is that there’s no Kennedy in the mix.

At least Lisa Sparkxxx participated voluntarily in her own screwing. For the large and growing plurality of Americans who identify as independent, there’s seemingly no way to opt out of the compulsive-repetitive disorder among legacy media types and partisan string-pullers. What is it that Faulkner said in Requiem for a Nun (1950)? “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” Who knew that he was talking about politics in the goddamned 21st century, not Yoknapatawpha County after the Civil War?

It’s not a mystery why elites would totally dig a retro contest between two of the nation’s least-appealing families. It would mean that zombified pundits such as David Gergen, whose lack of cogency is directly proportional to the number of administrations in which he served, could push off retirement a few more years and writers such as Dowd, who peaked in terms of what passes for wit and originality during the Clinton era, could recycle old columns as unashamedly as Cate Blanchet recycles plastic bags at the local Safeway. GOP and Democratic apparatchiks and their big-money enablers wouldn’t have to struggle with the grim and unavoidable fact that fewer and fewer of us are willing to identify with either party – even to strangers on the phone.

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…with Texas Senator Ted Cruz as her running mate. At least he admits to being from Calgary, Canada.

Dear TMQ2 readers, there isn’t a single individual in or out of politics in my memory who has been subjected to, and I might add has fully stood the test of the abomination of ridicule and contamination from the political left’s so-called progressives to the extent as Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin.  

The vitriol espoused by said progressives with the full and unwavering support of our nation’s media not only occurred during one of our nation’s most pivotal presidential elections (2008), but has continued unabated and without cease since that time.  

This should give one pause to consider just what in the hell makes them so afraid of her, this contributor thinks that just maybe it’s because she speaks from a position of knowledge, faith and truth.

If you have approximately 40 minutes to devote to watching a video, please watch this one:

http://www.wnd.com/2014/03/palin-this-is-a-great-awakening/#ooid=RtdnUybDpyaJjVXYi0Ru3OY9JFAQEb

God Bless America! and God Bless Sarah Palin!

And for those of you who don’t have the time to spare, or are just passing by without care, here’s a bedtime story for you that you can read to your children as well.  Adopted from Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham, by Sarah Palin.

I do not like this Uncle Sam,
I do not like his health care scam.
I do not like these dirty crooks
or how they lie and cook the books.
I do not like when Congress steals,
I do not like their crony deals.
I do not like this spying, man.
I do not like, ‘Oh, yes, we can.’
I do not like this spending spree,
we’re smart, we know nothing’s free.
I do not like reporters’ smug replies
when I complain about their lies.
I do not like this kind of hope
and we won’t take it, nope, nope, nope.

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hang obamaThings are getting really serious. A Republican is now saying impeachment is not enough for Barack Obama. He says the president should be hanged for treason.

Obama should be tried and executed for treason, and treachery. He should swing from a rope, have his neck stretched—hang him high. Use whatever metaphor you want, but to borrow Larry the Cable Guy’s term, “let’s git-r-done.”

Finally, the press and at least one Republican are saying what I’ve been saying since 2008. Now let’s see who will call this Republican a racist, the fallback position for Dems/liberals when anyone alludes to Obama’s obvious criminal, treasonous, treacherous behavior.

From WND:

Republican: Obama Should be Hanged
‘Execution is the appropriate punishment for traitors’

A GOP candidate for the Florida House of Representatives is under fire from his own party and said he’s been visited by the Secret Service after he tweeted Monday that President Obama should be hanged for treason.

Joshua Black, 31-year-old Republican candidate for Florida House District 68, quoted a tweeter, saying “I’m past impeachment. It’s time to arrest and hang him high.” Black added, “agreed.”

Chris Latvala, a Republican candidate for House District 67, shot back: “You aren’t seriously calling for the killing of Obama are you? I know you are crazy but good heavens. U R an embarrassment.”

Black then replied, “Execution is the appropriate punishment for traitors. Don’t you have a race? Don’t you have a primary? #MindYourOwnBusiness?” (more…)

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Why ObamaCare is a Fantastic Success

By Wayne Allyn Root | 21 Oct 2013

There are two major political parties in America. I’m a member of the naïve, stupid, and cowardly one. I’m a Republican.

How stupid is the GOP? They still don’t get it.

I told them 5 years ago, 2 books ago, a national bestseller ago (“The Ultimate Obama Survival Guide“), and in hundreds of articles and commentaries, that ObamaCare was never meant to help America, or heal the sick, or lower healthcare costs, or lower the debt, or expand the economy.

obammy-001The GOP needs to stop calling ObamaCare a “train wreck.” That means it’s a mistake, or accident. That means it’s a gigantic flop, or failure. It’s NOT.

This is a brilliant, cynical, and purposeful attempt to damage the U.S. economy, kill jobs, and bring down capitalism.

It’s not a failure, it’s Obama’s grand success.

It’s not a “train wreck,” ObamaCare is a suicide attack. He wants to hurt us, to bring us to our knees, to capitulate—so we agree under duress to accept big government.

Obama’s hero and mentor was Saul Alinsky—a radical Marxist intent on destroying capitalism. Alinksky’s stated advice was to call the other guy “a terrorist” to hide your own intentions.

To scream that the other guy is “ruining America,” while you are the one actually plotting the destruction of America. To claim again and again… in every sentence of every speech… that you are “saving the middle class,” while you are busy wiping out the middle class.

The GOP is so stupid they can’t see it. There are no mistakes here. This is a planned purposeful attack. (more…)

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