I must study POLITICS and war that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy

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The title is a quote from John Adams, 2nd president of the US.  It is an admonishment which the people of the US have totally disregarded in recent past and the present.  Sadly, many of them actually believe they are studying, but, they’re not …..

So, today from Breitbart we see this.

Quinnipiac Poll: Photo-Finish Between Trump and Cruz in Iowa

Well, I’ve made it no secret as to who I would prefer, and, today, I’ll detail some more.  It seems I’ve, once again, misjudged the American people.  Like many, I supposed that Trump would fade, he hasn’t. 

Now, the reasons why I supposed he would fade differ from most others.  Many thought the American people would reject him based on his own crassness.  It seems to be endearing to many.  Many thought he would utter something senseless and cause a minor scandal to cause him to fade.  I thought the would-be voters would actually look at the man’s actions and advocacy that would cause him to fade. 

Sure, I get the initial attraction …. the in your face, I’m going to say what I want and to hell with political correctness, I get that.  But, that’s personality, not policy. 

Over the course of the last several months people should have tried to dig beneath the surface.  Perhaps some have and simply embrace the things he’s done and his advocacy. 

It is true that I believe the border to be the biggest issue facing the American people today.  But, I also believe there’s more to cover, and more to look at other than a promise to close the border (as we’ve been lied to several times before on this issue).  There are others running in the race who promise to do the same.

I find it fascinating that people believe he’s a Washington outsider, he isn’t.  He’s the embodiment and epitome of crony politics.  He literally brags about how many politicians he’s donated to, he brags about how much influence this has bought him.  I would note that before, during and after the brags he never promises to change that culture in Washington.  It’s just that he brags about advantaging said culture. 

Over the course of the last several months, he’s demonstrated a woeful ignorance and lack of ability to grasp the foreign policy issues we face today.  I seriously and literally doubt that he knows the difference between a Sunni and a Shia. 

Trump has, many times, throughout his career, has used an overgrown powerful government to make his fortune. 

Of course, none of this disqualifies him to run for president, and there’s nothing wrong with citizens supporting such.  It isn’t as if Trump and his supporters are like Hillary and hers.  That’s an entirely different subject of someone embracing lawlessness and their supporters being intentionally blind to it.  And, it isn’t like Sanders and his supporters, with the unicorns and rainbows for everyone mindset with no desire to address reality.  These are different dynamics and not the point of the post. 

What has me baffled are the conservatives.  In many times in the past, I’ve noted two very different types of conservatives; that being fiscal conservatives and moral conservatives.  Both have me very confused.  I happen to be a bit of both, a fiscal and moral conservative. 

I believe the POTUS should be a Christian.  I cannot and will not vote for a person who isn’t Christian.  I understand many don’t feel that way, but, I can’t understand how a moral conservative would lend their support to a person who has stated publically and on more than one occasion that he’s never asked God for forgiveness.  That statement is wholly incompatible with the state of being a Christian.  I cannot and will not support Trump.

One of the biggest reoccurring and rallying themes of fiscal conservatives is a call for a much more limited government.  Our overgrown government has led to a severely bloated budget causing a crippling national debt in which there is no view on ending.  It has also empowered the government so much that nearly every branch and agency seems to be in a competition to see which one is best at stomping the individual and his rights.  From the BLM to the IRS to the EPA and everything else in between seems hell bent on spending our money in a united effort to destroy the individual American. 

And yet, conservatives? both fiscal and moral are flocking to and supporting Trump, a man who has literally used government power to strip people of their homes.  A man who says he’s never occasioned to ask God for forgiveness.  ——-  I can’t explain this.  I’m not sure I want to know why or how this is happening.   

People better start studying their politics and their politicians.  We’re already going through 8 years of some idiot in the office because he was different.  Are Repubs simply going to return the favor? 

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91 Responses to I must study POLITICS and war that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy

  1. leftinflagstaff says:

    ‘We’re already going through 8 years of some idiot in the office because he was different.  Are Repubs simply going to return the favor?’

    But, a different kind of different. At least as perceived. Dems adored the idea of a different America eight years ago. They hate what it is. Repubs adore it as it is, and see in Trump a possibly different kind of politician who will put America first again, differing from what either establishment has to offer.

    I favor Cruz also, but I think many see the natural-born question, valid or not, and just the fact that he has been a politician as negatives.

    Can either do what they promise? Who knows…

  2. Latitude says:

    The whole thing is a scam…
    ..they’ve all conned us into running around waving our little red and blue flags
    Same dog, different collar…..

    So far, I’m voting for Trump….I feel he’s the only one that might prosecute any of those other dogs and at lest he will call a mutt a mutt

    • squid2112 says:

      I am squarely with you Latitude! … Any other candidate on that stage will only ENSURE that the political elite (or Washington Cartel, as Cruz puts it, and he is one of them) continue on, unabated. I don’t know if those things can/will change with a Trump presidency. But rest assured, there is NO WAY it will change with any OTHER candidate. No way, no how. The ONLY possible solution is Trump, even if not guaranteed (as it is not) it is still the only chance left. …. In My Humble Opinion ….

      My household will be voting Trump in the primaries, and Trump in the general.

      If this doesn’t fix it, then I still have guns in the closet.

  3. Alfred Alexander says:

    Thank you.
    I will not vote for a ‘casino’ person who robs old retired people
    of their Soc. Sec. This is GREED at its best!
    Alfred

  4. Latitude says:

    My favorite line of all time….

    “Trump just fired the air traffic controllers of the republican party”

  5. I. Lou Minotti says:

    Excellent post, James. Not only is Trump not a Constitutionalist, my biggest fear is that he would prove to be an oligarch or a plutarch given the opportunity. He’s already on record supporting partial birth abortion (see Kermit Gosnell), and abortion in general.

    He’s also a pay-to-play redeveloper who takes full advantage of the 2005 SCOTUS decision in Kelo v. New London. You of all people know how I feel about that! Here’s the dissent of Justice Clarence Thomas that adequately expresses my sentiments on the issue:
    ***************************************************************************************************************************
    Dissenting opinions[edit]
    The principal dissent was issued on 25 June 2005 by Justice O’Connor, joined by Chief Justice Rehnquist and Justices Scalia and Thomas. The dissenting opinion suggested that the use of this taking power in a reverse Robin Hood fashion— take from the poor, give to the rich— would become the norm, not the exception:

    “ Any property may now be taken for the benefit of another private party, but the fallout from this decision will not be random. The beneficiaries are likely to be those citizens with disproportionate influence and power in the political process, including large corporations and development firms. ”
    O’Connor argued that the decision eliminates “any distinction between private and public use of property — and thereby effectively delete[s] the words ‘for public use’ from the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment.” 125 S.Ct. 2655, 2671.

    Thomas also issued a separate originalist dissent, in which he argued that the precedents the court’s decision relied upon were flawed. He accuses the majority of replacing the Fifth Amendment’s “Public Use” clause with a very different “public purpose” test:

    “ This deferential shift in phraseology enables the Court to hold, against all common sense, that a costly urban-renewal project whose stated purpose is a vague promise of new jobs and increased tax revenue, but which is also suspiciously agreeable to the Pfizer Corporation, is for a ‘public use.’ ”
    Thomas additionally observed:

    “ Something has gone seriously awry with this Court’s interpretation of the Constitution. Though citizens are safe from the government in their homes, the homes themselves are not.
    545 U.S. 469, 518 (2005)


    Thomas also made use of the argument presented in the NAACP/AARP/SCLC/SJLS amicus brief on behalf of three low-income residents’ groups fighting redevelopment in New Jersey, noting:

    “ Allowing the government to take property solely for public purposes is bad enough, but extending the concept of public purpose to encompass any economically beneficial goal guarantees that these losses will fall disproportionately on poor communities. Those communities are not only systematically less likely to put their lands to the highest and best social use, but are also the least politically powerful.[8]
    ***************************************************************************************************************************
    For this conservative, Ted Cruz makes the most sense.

    • leftinflagstaff says:

      But if Trump is the nominee…..not voting for him is a vote for a greater Anti-Constitutionalist.

      • That, to me, is a different problem. We’re talking about primaries, and who’s better. If it’s between Trump and a Democrat, then Trump gets my vote. In that case, I’m not voting for Trump–just against the Democrat.

        Trump used to be for Obamacare, and now he says he’s against it. Will the real Trump stand up? Ever?

        Jim

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Yes, I jumped the gun a little, but it appears Trump is staying upfront.

          100% on how a conservative’s mindset should flow as this plays out.

        • cdquarles says:

          I agree. Between Trump and Cruz, I’m taking Cruz. I don’t see a ‘native born’ problem here, if both Obama and McCain were qualified. If it is Trump vs a D, I’m going to hold my nose, again. Sigh

        • Latitude says:

          Trump used to be for Obamacare…

          You mean the we have to pass it so you can read what’s in it…..health care?

          You think someone like Trump was even paying attention?…..I don’t, he had a lot better things to do

        • >>
          You think someone like Trump was even paying attention?
          <<

          Seriously? You want someone who’s not paying attention running things.

          Anyway, he was for Obamacare before he was against it. Who does that sound like?

          Jim

        • squid2112 says:

          Jim, you really believe that Obamacare, at that time, was something that Trump should have been paying attention to? .. and exactly which part was he supposed to be paying attention to? .. All those parts that weren’t even disclosed to the American people? .. seriously? .. Our own Congressmen and Senators DIDN’T KNOW WHAT WAS IN IT .. How would you expect that Trump would have known, and would have even paid any attention to something that he simply COULD NOT HAVE BEEN ABLE TO PAY ATTENTION TO?

          There are a lot of valid arguments against Trump, and I share some of those. But I am also bewildered by some of the completely insane arguments that I have heard coming from people that I have respected as intellectuals with common sense and the ability to process logic. This “Obamacare” argument is akin to the “draft dodger” argument that I so soundly debunked yesterday. It’s just another side show.

          First things first, as all else is moot. We either secure our nation, or nothing else in the entire world is going to matter. At our present position, we can afford to do NOTHING else until that is done. period! … Obamacare isn’t going to matter a whit if we don’t stop the bleeding.

        • >>
          How would you expect that Trump would have known, and would have even paid any attention to something that he simply COULD NOT HAVE BEEN ABLE TO PAY ATTENTION TO?
          <<

          Squid, for most businesses, healthcare is a major cost. Unlike all other business individuals in the country, Trump couldn’t be bothered? You’re playing a silly game about passage. Once passed, it’s up to ALL businesses to know how to implement ACA, yet you and others are still saying Trump couldn’t be bothered–even after passage? I find that pure nonsense.

          >>
          It’s just another side show.
          <<

          So is Benghazi, apparently.

          >>
          First things first, as all else is moot.
          <<

          Some politicians can actually multitask–that is, deal with more than one thing at a time. Apparently, Trump is a one act play. After immigration, he’s got nothing. He use to be in favor of our progressive tax system (I’m not), and he was in the Planned Parenthood camp. I don’t know where he stands on any of these or other issues, because he’s not exactly firm on issues in general.

          Jim

    • I. Lou Minotti says:

      “Donald Trump is running a pretty successful campaign saying that he wants to ‘Make America Great Again.’ But he seems to have very little interest in what exactly it is that makes America great.” ~Star Parker

      http://townhall.com/columnists/starparker/2016/02/03/trumps-disregard-for-private-property-n2113737/page/full

      For Donald Trump, it would appear the U.S. Constitution benefits first the elite rich and powerful, with the middle class left to “feast” on their crumbs.

  6. DirkH says:

    O’Keefe seems to be on a vendetta against Common Core.
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/01/27/exclusive-former-houghton-mifflin-exec-reveals-how-pearsons-win-of-the-lausd-ipad-deal-was-rigged/
    “O’Keefe added, “In an extraordinary sequence of events, we released three Common Core corruption videos and three Common Core executives have been fired. But so far, none of this has been mentioned by the mainstream cable news networks. “

    • squid2112 says:

      And I support him wholeheartedly! .. I hope that he is instrumental in bringing down that entire corrupt invasion into our children’s lives. The federal government has absolutely NO BUSINESS in the education business of this country. PERIOD!

  7. Latitude says:

    I love it…..FOX sold the advertising for the debate for a sky high premium….
    …..mega money
    because of Trump
    …and now the advertisers are raising hell with FOX

    Man makes me jumping for joy happy,….he burned their asses…knew what he was doing and did it

    I want a president with a mouth, some balls, and wipe the floor with all of them

    • DirkH says:

      Nicely played indeed.

      • Latitude says:

        Difference between rank amateurs…and the pros

        ….and now FOX’s ass is in a major crack because the advertisers are pulling out
        Which means they have no advertisers!

    • suyts says:

      Yeh, Obama won’t go on Fox either.

      • Latitude says:

        …and Regan skipped a TV debate too 😉

      • Latitude says:

        but unlike Obama…Trump is driving the bus

        Obama didn’t go on FOX…and no one cared
        ….Trump doesn’t go…..and it’s still going to be all about him

        ….the man’s a genius

        • suyts says:

          Yes, he’s very good at self-promotion.

        • Latitude says:

          so is Obama….and that’s why he won

          Voters want a rock star…they vote for rock stars…..rock stars win

          People tend to vote straight down the party line…..we need senators, congressmen, mayors, etc….there’s more to this than just electing a president

          We need someone that’s not dead in the saddle like McCain, Romney, and the rest of them…the past few elections we looked like we were grave robbers
          ….we need a rock star full of energy, piss and vinegar, that can win a damn election for us…and carry the rest of them that we really need

        • squid2112 says:

          SPOT on Latitude!! .. spot on man!

  8. DirkH says:

    Trump says something right again: Brussels is an Islamic hellhole.
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/01/28/donald-trump-once-beautiful-brussels-like-living-in-a-hell-hole-right-now/
    MEPs in Brussels are regularly mugged by Muslim Yoof in the parking garages of the Eurocrat Towers. Police is as usual very understanding towards anything islamic going on. Eurocrats are of course so in love with their own greatness that they cannot even recognize that it is they who enabled this destruction of Europe.

    We gotta help them, and move them to a place with very soft walls where they can’t hurt themselves.

      • DirkH says:

        The Pan-Europa parties are scaret sh*tless as they see their EU dictatorship crumble. These are desparate announcements. German SPD-CDU govt announced a law that allows extradition on any crime punishable with prison whether suspended or not for foreigners.

        We have yet to see whether these stay mere announcements. They are good in the announcement department.

        OTOH, a document from the city of Kiel, Germany, has just leaked that commands police to not persecute illegal immigrant petty crime. For months now it has been reported in the sub-press that incaders steal in supermarkets and just walk out the door, and that the shops are discretely compensated by the cities and the police does nothing.

        This has always been called a lie by the press but has now been proven.

        Police very likely does this to keep crime statistics low. Regime heaps lies on lies. As the lies become bigger, the regime approaches its fall. This is an irreversible ratchet effect.

        • DirkH says:

          SPD-CDU has just halted family reunion for all Import “refugees” for 2 years.

          As I said, they’re running scared.

        • DirkH says:

          Ah, the lying scoundrels. It affects only 20,000 of the Million imports, the ones who are granted asylum even though they have no right to it , the “subsidiary refugees”.

          So, it’s just smoke and mirrors.

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Time to stop blaming any ‘regime’, Dirk. If you ever want it to end, take responsibility for it. Probably too late for us.

        • DirkH says:

          I do. I actively propagandize against them. You wouldn’t believe how asleep some Germans can be.

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          ‘You wouldn’t believe how asleep some Germans can be.’

          Of course I would. I’m an American.

  9. DirkH says:

    FOX chooses islamic Sanders-supporter to ask questions at GOP debate.
    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/01/28/2885208/
    Is this a habit in America? Do they have bible-thumping knuckle-dragging gun-toting Mid westerners ask Democrats the questions? Or is this more Murdoch treachery?

  10. Latitude says:

    Damn…I was hoping that FOX would do a split screen..
    The debate on one side…and Trump’s benefit on the other

    One side would look like it was made at the old folks home…..

    • It sure was nice to watch a real debate instead of the Trump clown act sucking all the oxygen out of the room. They actually discussed real issues tonight.

      Jim

      • Latitude says:

        yeah…like why wasn’t Trump there………….LOL
        They looked like pathetic little children fighting with each other….
        ….and FOX made the two front candidates out to be liars and cons, with the film clips to prove it

        • As usual they were gotcha questions. The talking heads after the debate admitted it was a strategy to either pass something meaningful or get the Democrats to kill it–which Schumer did. Playing politics doesn’t lend itself to great talking bites.

          As for Trump–he’s still a one-trick-pony. The majority of the illegal aliens in this country, came legally and overstayed their visas. Building a wall between Mexico and the US won’t fix or address that problem. Trump said he was going to make Mexico pay for the wall. How is he going to do that? Declare war?

          Once you stop the flow of migrant workers across the border, who’s going to pick our vegetables? US citizens won’t unless you really pay them A LOT. Also, once the underground, illegal worker route is plugged up, any legal migrant worker program will also cost consumers A LOT. In the end (if we ever get there), it will be better for all but expect A LOT of pain for many years–not exactly a political win for Republicans.

          And if Trump does become President, he’ll have to work with some of these “pathetic little children” to get his programs through Congress. He’s insulted and attacked all of them, so I predict the shortest “new President honeymoon” in history. He can’t just fire Congress (although he may try considering he doesn’t know the Constitution any better than Obama).

          Jim

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          ‘The majority of the illegal aliens in this country, came legally and overstayed their visas.’

          As if anyone could possibly know that to be fact.

        • cdquarles says:

          In that case, Jim, they’ll make a harvester for those crops, just like they did with others.

        • >>
          . . . they’ll make a harvester for those crops . . . .
          <<

          That’s probably true, Cd. I think the free market can solve any problem, as long as government keeps their stupid, heavy handedness out of the mix. Until then, you’ll probably have to pick your own vegetables.

          Jim

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Government no longer paying people to not work, would be a better solution also.

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          I gotta believe picking veggies still kicks the snot out of starving to death.

  11. DirkH says:

    Now FOX tries to destroy Cruz as well.
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/01/29/breitbart-news-daily-fox-attacks-cruz-cruz-challenges-trump-to-debate/

    Looks like Murdoch as the “conservative” agent for the CFR has the task of trying to revive the Bush dynasty. If Clinton doesn’t win, Bush has to, seems to be the goal.

    • Latitude says:

      None of the candidates would be my first choice….I would settle on Cruz, but I don’t think he can stand up to the attacks and beat Clinton…FOX even attacked him and they would not have done that if they didn’t think they could get away with it.

      Nothing scares me more than Clinton or Sanders.

      Teflon Trump is the only one I think can take it, dish it out…and whoppass

      • According to Drudge, Mook says Trump will win if nominated. Drudge’s poll also has trump at 58%. He’s getting to be quite formidable as a candidate (at least in some people’s minds).

        Jim

        • Latitude says:

          I don’t believe him one bit, Jim….and the fact he emailed that makes me worry about Trump now..

  12. DirkH says:

    Dawkins retweets this video

    gets disinvited from feminist Love Fest.
    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2016/01/28/atheist-civil-war-angry-feminists-get-richard-dawkins-disinvited-from-skeptics-conference/
    You gotta give him, he knows how to make enemies.

  13. jackie sexton says:

    you’ve got that right!!!

  14. DirkH says:

    Interesting. Ted Cruz is married to an ex Goldman Sachs manager, Heidi Nelson, who also happens to be on the CFR.
    https://www.cmc.edu/robert-day-school/discover/board-of-advisors-bios
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Cruz
    I hope this unlikely marriage between a Tea Party hero and an entrenched establishment NWO type survives the odds.

  15. DirkH says:

    UK Labour joins protest against march for the safety of UK truck drivers in Dover.
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/01/30/why-are-only-political-extremists-standing-up-for-britains-truckers-in-calais/
    That’s right: UK Labour is AGAINST the working man. They should rename themselves from UK Labour to UK Welfare. Or UK Islam.

  16. DirkH says:

    Did you know that humanity has developed the cat walkway? It’s kinda like a book shelf only for cats.
    https://www.google.com/search?site=&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1040&bih=539&q=cat+walkway

  17. Me says:

    “I believe the POTUS should be a Christian. I cannot and will not vote for a person who isn’t Christian.”
    And with your statement there is why you will lose. Do you not understand the greedy Christians taking you for what it was worth for their one enrichment? Does not the Democrats claim they are Christians? That is a fail on two parts! I don’t believe in God not only for those reasons, but It’s a scam. And you wanted Me to just cross the line and be with you because we are on the same issues on pretty much everything except that God thang! Nope I don’t buy into that Crap anymore than I buy into the CO2=Man Made Global warming crap. It is what is it and it is selling sanctuary where none exist!

    • DirkH says:

      Are you a materialist reductionist; i.e. do you think there is matter and energy, following physical laws, and that’s all? In other words, no creator, no spiritual level, consciousness just a self-delusion emerging from complex circuits in the brain, with no substance beyond that?

      • Me says:

        What you believe is your problem, ask the muzzies what they believe? Problem!

      • Me says:

        Ya got anything else?

      • Me says:

        Do you have any solutions DirkH?

        • Me says:

          I am waiting? Since you are so much into this, Does anyone else out there have any solutions?

        • DirkH says:

          I asked you what YOU think. Is that already too touchy for you?

        • Me says:

          DirkH, I already told you what I think! Apparently it is too toutchy feely fer you! So why are you trying so hard to make it look other wise?

        • Me says:

          Ya got anything else?

        • Me says:

          Yeah no you don’t because you got yourselves in the mess you are in, and it is comming here!

        • Me says:

          And we don’t want it, but with the governments elected we may have no chioce. But if they ever do what they did over there there will be hell to pay, Nor I don’t believe in Heaven or Hell but trust me on this, If you believe in that hell you will get it.

        • DirkH says:

          Ok. you said
          “What you believe is your problem, ask the muzzies what they believe? Problem!”

          I take that as taking cheap shots at everyone else. You don’t know anything and you don’t want to learn anything, you just want to deride everyone around you – and stay willfully ignorant.

          If that’s your spiel, I’ll have none of it, thank you very much. Good day, Sir.

        • Me says:

          Yeah funny how that problem is thrown at others now isn’t it

        • Me says:

          So what else do you have to say, you tried to defend christians, then defend what the muzzieds are doing? What side are you on? Apparently it doesn’t matter as long it’s one of the beliefs. At least I said I will stand with the christians here even though I don’t believe what they do, but it’s our culture and way of life.

        • Me says:

          So guess what you people are making your bed this time live in it, you will not have us to come to your rescue anymore. It’s 2016 as we kept hearing as it’s the new age of inlightenment just like it eas said all them years before. Yeah it’s 2016 and if you want to live like it whatever dark ages then Have at it, we are sick of spilling our blood to free you once yet again. Enough is enough

        • Me says:

          And you see there was a reason people came here, it was to get away from the bullshit over there and make a new life here for them selves, So how is that looking right now?

  18. Me says:

    Now if we are to fight for our freedoms by some that doesn’t like the way that we live then I am with you!

  19. Me says:

    Because you can continue to believe and I can continue to not and live in peace.

  20. Me says:

    Now was Cruz born in Canada, If he was, he should not be in this race, Again I don’t want all you people blaiming Canada yet again, as you are so easily led to blame Canada for anything that happens. No matter what. We are sick of crap. Blame yourselves for the shit you make for once.

  21. Latitude says:

    How are they getting away with painting Sanders as an “outsider”?
    …He’s been a senator for almost a decade

    Unless they mean because he hasn’t done anything in that time….

  22. DirkH says:

    Pierre went the low carb route 2 years back after I gave him the idea and he now posts a chart of his weight and trigglyceride levels over that time.
    http://notrickszone.com/2016/01/31/how-the-high-fat-low-carb-diet-dropped-my-weight-and-triglyceride-level/

    • Lars P. says:

      This is a cool post!
      As so many Americans do have a problem with obesity I think this is really an important point. I haven’t seen it discussed in the LSM, so I guess it is something for the skeptics to bring forward…

  23. DirkH says:

    NYC: Muslim Uber driver refuses pregnant woman ride because of her service dog, then beats service dog.
    http://pamelageller.com/2016/01/uber-muslim-driver-refuses-passenger-because-of-service-dog-then-beats-service-dog.html/
    Click the “no Muslim driver” option in the Uber app to make sure your service dog stays save! Thanks, your Uber management!

    • DirkH says:

      Go back to their countries when there’s no more war there.
      There are 3 state elections in Germany beginning of March.
      So CDU must pretend they want to stop the Muslim mass immigration.
      Merkel was educated as propaganda officer in the DDR.
      She’ll say anything.

      I won’t bother you with the rapidly increasing, vicious crimes going on.
      http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/01/29/migrant-crisis-live-wire/

      It’s turning to civil war quickly now. I had to kill my car. I got the axe handle out that I had in there. I’ll keep it in my train luggage. There will come the time when it will be useful. Train stations can be a bit unruly these days.

    • leftinflagstaff says:

      ‘totally out of her mind’ is her advantage. The primary characteristic her supporters are looking for. Might decide our next election.

  24. Larry Geiger says:

    There are two wars. Two battles. Like WWII. Two fronts. I’m not sure that one man is up to the task. Like WWII we need two generals. One for the eastern battle and one for the western battle. Don’t know how that gets done in our system.

    One front is the media. This is Trump’s battle. His war. And he is waging war on them. One reason that he is popular is that we instinctively know that he is the only one right now up to the job. An we despise them. Even Fox. They are all one in the same.

    The second front is the government. Someone needs to actually reign them in. The DOJ and State need to be completely reconstituted. The military needs refactoring at the highest ranks. A bunch of other stuff needs to be done.

    I think that right now the two best generals would be Trump and Cruz. I don’t know how you do that with one guy. No republican, except Trump, appears able to take on the media. Trump doesn’t seem to be up to some of the other tasks. That’s why it’s so confusing. In a way there are really three fronts, media, government, and education. We really need to clean up all three.

  25. DirkH says:

    Sally Kohn offers extra bargain if Trump wins: Vote for him and she’ll go to Canada.
    http://twitchy.com/2016/01/31/sally-kohn-wants-conservatives-to-pay-for-her-to-move-to-canada-if-realdonaldtrump-wins/

    • Trump’s not a conservative. No one’s making her move, so why do we have to pay for her moving choices? And (like Alex Baldwin) liberals never act on their threats to leave the US anyway.

      Jim

  26. DirkH says:

    German mayor suggests in town hall meeting that schoolkids take detour to avoid passing by new Refugee home; to prevent sexual early education by Muslims from happening. Citizens (Saxons) are having nothing of it.
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/02/01/german-mayor-young-girls-should-avoid-migrant-areas-of-town-but-german-men-just-as-bad/

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