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Jerks! Republicans Not Voting For Trump

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Jerks! Republicans Not Voting For Trump

Food For Thought and this is Very Crucial:  The Supreme Court

If you are a Republican that won’t vote for Trump, think about this:

  • If Trump wins and he turns out to be a jerk as President, he’ll be tossed out in 4 years.  Do you think he’ll be as bad a President as Obama?  The guy has done pretty well managing a very large business so at least he’s got some credentials and is not a community organizer like Obama.
  • If Hillary wins, because ‘you’ didn’t feel dignified enough to vote for Trump, you, your children, and grand children will live under Hillary’s designated Supreme Court justices and their liberal rulings for many years to come (even if she’s a terrible President).

Even after Hillary is gone AND even if she is followed by a Republican President after 4 years that you do like, its most likely SHE will have CONTROL over future Supreme Court decisions.

Food For Thought and this is Very Crucial:  The Supreme Court

Some people have brought up the fact that they won’t vote for Trump for whatever reason. I just want to put something in perspective:

Justice Scalia’s seat is vacant, and Ginsberg is 82 years old, Kennedy is 79, Breyer is 77, Thomas is 67.

Nowadays, the data shows that the average age of a Supreme Court retirement or death occurs after 75.

These are 5 vacancies that will likely come up over the next 4-8 years. The next President will have the power to potentially create a 7-2 Supreme Court skewed in their ideology.

Think about that… 7-2 rulings…for LIBERAL policies!!

If the next President appoints the next 5 justices, it will guarantee control of the Supreme Court for an entire generation … and 7-2 decisions will hold up much more over time than any 5-4 decisions which are viewed as lacking in mandate.

obama gun control ammo

Hillary to go after Second Amendment!

Hillary has made it clear she will use the Supreme Court to go after the 2nd Amendment. She has literally said that the Supreme Court was wrong in its Heller decision stating that the Court should overturn and remove the individual right to keep and bear arms. Period.

A “No” vote for Trump ‘is’ a vote for Hillary !

Hear this! If Hillary Clinton wins and gets to make these appointments, you likely will never see another conservative victory at the Supreme Court level for the rest of your life. Ever.

Remember Romney? Three million conservatives who had voted for McCain did not cast a vote for Romney (for whatever reason) and the result was four an additional 4 years of B.H.O.

If you are not convinced yet, I’ll leave with one final thought:
Hillary is already on the record as saying that her buddy, B.H.O. (Yep, that’s Barack Obama) “would make a great Supreme Court Justice.”


If elected President, Hillary will make Obama a Supreme Court Justice!  He and she will continue to destroy our country taking away all of our rights including the Second Amendment!

Supreme Court appointee
Supreme Court appointee

Walker Thrills a Packed House at CPAC

Walker Thrills a Packed House at CPAC


Scott Walker Wisconsin Governor Gov WI

Scott Walker hit all the right notes when he took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday to address a standing-room-only crowd — even gamely handling a heckler.

Walker was talking up Republicans’ push to pass a right-to-work law in Wisconsin, a measure to weaken labor unions, when a heckler stood up and began shouting in the packed ballroom. What he said wasn’t clear, but Walker handled it like a pro: He quipped, “Apparently the protesters come [here] from Wisconsin as well.”

The governor, considered a top contender in the 2016 Republican presidential primary, got a quick standing ovation for his response — one of a number he got during his address.

After spending some time touting his strong domestic record as governor of Wisconsin, Walker sharply criticized the Obama administration for its ineffective strategy in the fight against the Islamic State, and its disapproval of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming address before Congress.

Looking to shore up his own bona fides on foreign policy, Walker went out of his way to tell the audience that, as governor, he receives FBI briefings about potential threats to his state. And he pointed to his 2011 face-off with public-employee unions as preparing him for these sorts of situations.

“If I can take on 100,000 protesters, I can do the same across the world,” he said.

Walker’s speech, one of the most anticipated of the conference, capped off the first day, and had the auditorium filled to capacity, including crowds standing alongside the walls.

Before Walker wrapped up, the crowd briefly erupted into a chant of “run, Scott, run” when talk on stage turned to 2016. “I’ve run three time in the last four years, so I’m getting pretty used to it,” he said.

Carson Making Major Presidential Announcement Very Soon

Carson Making Major Presidential Announcement Very Soon

WASHINGTON - JUNE 19:  U.S. President George W. Bush (R) presents a Presidential Medal of Freedom to Benjamin S. Carson, Sr. M.D (L), for his work withneurological disorders during an East Room ceremony June 19, 2008 at the White House in Washington, DC.  The medal is the nation

Neurosurgeon Ben Carson is expected to announce soon that he is forming an exploratory committee to run for the White House as a Republican in 2016, The Daily Caller has learned.

Terry Giles, a longtime friend and adviser of Carson’s who would serve as chairman of the presidential campaign, told TheDC on Thursday: “I fully expect in three or four weeks to announce our exploratory committee.”

A formal announcement about entering the presidential contest would likely follow sometime before May, Giles said. “It won’t be later than May 1st. And whether it’s sooner than that will depend on circumstances.”

Giles has been spending the last several months interviewing potential staff in case Carson decides to run.

“It’s really going great,” he said. “I’m very pleased with where it is.”

Carson has never run for office before, and his potential presidential bid is seen as a long-shot. But the former director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital has become a favorite of the conservative base, routinely placing at the top of presidential preference polls.

Mike Huckabee ends Fox News show as he looks at presidential race

Mike Huckabee ends Fox News show as he looks at presidential race


Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee (Susan Walsh, AP)

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee said farewell to his Fox News program on Saturday night as he considers another presidential bid.

“I won’t make a decision about running until late in the spring of 2015, but the continued chatter has put Fox News into a position that is not fair to them nor is it possible for me to openly determine political and financial support to justify a race,” Huckabee said in a statement posted on Facebook.

“The honorable thing to do at this point is to end my tenure here at Fox,” he continued. “As much as I have loved doing the show, I cannot bring myself to rule out another presidential run. So as we say in television, stay tuned!”

Huckabee has been talking to potential donors and strategists about a possible 2016 race. Fox News said in November that it was “evaluating” Huckabee’s status with the network, given his political activities.

A favorite of religious conservatives, the ex-governor and ordained minister won the 2008 Iowa presidential caucuses and other nominating contests in mostly southern states. Huckabee began hosting his Fox News program later that year.

He was leading some early presidential polls for the 2016 GOP nomination that were taken last year, but has since lost ground to Jeb Bush.

By ending his program now, Huckabee avoids any potential conflicts between his political ambitions and TV work. Fox News has a history of terminating the contracts of contributors with White House ambitions, including those of Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum as they geared up for their presidential campaigns.

Bush-Clinton Dominates Presidential Polls

Bush-Clinton Dominates Presidential Polls

Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential candidates
Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton
Americans more interested in brand name than political change
If the 2016 presidential election was held today, Jeb Bush would square off against Hillary Clinton.

At least, that’s what a CNN poll states.

Liberals are behind Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren but her anti-bankster rhetoric is too much for the political class. She comes in a distant second on the Democrat side.

It’s more of a mixed bag in the Republican column. Jeb Bush holds the lead, followed by Chris Christie, the governor of Maryland.

Unfortunately, the quasi-libertarian side of the party is showing poorly, if we can believe CNN’s numbers. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul grabbed a meager 6% while Ted Cruz came in dead last at 4%.

Unless something significant happens between now and November, 2016 two dynastic candidates will dominate the race.

Some Republicans insist there is no way Jeb Bush will capture the nomination. He’s too liberal on many issues. Previous contenders, however, including John McCain and Mitt Romney, were elevated by their party despite less than conservative records.

As for the Democrats, there has long been little doubt Hillary Clinton will be the candidate. Many liberals see Clinton has more “hawkish,” that is likely to advocate military intervention, than other potential candidates.

“In terms of foreign policy, Clinton might be a great deal more of an interventionist than President Obama and more willing to send U.S. troops to faraway lands than Rand Paul or Jeb Bush,” writes H. A. Goodmanfor the liberal Huffington Post.

Clinton will also continue the economic policies destroying America. “As for reigning in Wall Street to prevent a future collapse, that’s not likely to happen under another Clinton presidency. Unlike Elizabeth Warren, the former first lady has strong ties to investment banks, making the likelihood of any CEOs serving jail time for potential illegal activity in 2008 a virtual impossibility.”

Jeb Bush is also a Wall Street candidate. “If it turns out to be Jeb versus Hillary we would love that and either outcome would be fine,” a “top Republican-leaning Wall Street lawyer” told Politico in April.

Jeb Bush: GOP Congress Must Pass Amnesty

Jeb Bush: GOP Congress Must Pass Amnesty

‘Action must come in the form of bipartisan comprehensive reform’

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush called on Congress to pass bipartisan comprehensive amnesty legislation after President Barack Obama unilaterally granted nearly five million illegal immigrants executive amnesty on Thursday.

Bush, a potential 2016 presidential candidate who has come under fire for his support for comprehensive amnesty legislation and Common Core, said Obama’s “ill-advised unilateral action on illegal immigration undermines all efforts to forge a permanent solution to this crisis.”

But he said the GOP-led Congress should act on a comprehensive amnesty bill.

“Action must come in the form of bipartisan comprehensive reform passed through Congress,” he said. “President Obama has once again put divisive and manipulative politics before the sober leadership and sound laws required of an exceptional nation. It is time for Republican leaders in Congress to act. We must demonstrate to Americans we are the Party that will tackle serious challenges and build broad-based consensus to achieve meaningful reforms for our citizens and our future.”

Ben Carson 2016 Presidential Candidate? Surgeon To Air 40 Minute Docu-Ad

Ben Carson 2016 Presidential Candidate? Surgeon To Air 40 Minute Docu-Ad


WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (UPI) — Ben Carson is officially a Republican again, and he’s unofficially running for president.

The conservative physician switched his political affiliation back from independent to the GOP on Election Day, and made no effort to hide the reason why.

“It’s truly a pragmatic move because I have to run in one party or another. If you run as an independent, you only risk splitting the electorate,” Carson told The Washington Times Tuesday, after making the change. “I clearly would not be welcome in the Democratic Party, and so that only leaves one party. Fortunately, the fit is pretty good.”

Carson, the Johns Hopkins surgeon known for his work separating conjoined twins, made waves at the 2013 National Prayer breakfast with a speech criticizing President Obama while the president sat just feet away.

He grew up a Democrat, but was inspired by President Reagan to join the Republican Party. By the time the GOP Congress impeached President Clinton, he said, he was left with a “sour taste” and left the Republicans too.

Carson, 63, has made no secret of his presidential ambitions, although in September, he said he wasn’t planning on making a formal announcement one way or the other until May.

For now, he’ll concentrate on introducing himself to the country. Sometime this weekend, a 40-minute advertisement will air in 22 states and Washington, D.C., detailing his biography and personal life, from a childhood in Detroit to his four decades at Hopkins.

“A Breath of Fresh Air: A New Prescription for America” was filmed and paid for by the production company run by conservative commentator Armstrong Williams, who is also paying for airtime, and aide told ABC. Williams is Carson’s business manager.

Ben Carson: Potential For Anarchy In America

Ben Carson: Potential For Anarchy In America


On “Fox News Sunday,” Dr. Ben Carson said there is “certainly the potential” for widespread anarchy in the United States within the next couple of years.

When host Chris Wallace asked Dr. Carson about a previous statement he made that America could see widespread anarchy Carson said, “Well, I hope that’s not going to be the case, but certainly there is the potential. You have to recognize we have a rapidly increasing national debt, a very unstable financial foundation.

“You have all these things going on like the ISIS crisis that could very rapidly change things that are going on in our nation. Unless we begin to deal with these things in a comprehensive way, and in a logical way, there is no telling what could happen in just a matter of a couple years. Particular his in a situation where we have a Senate and Senate leader who has 300 bills sitting on his desk thereby thwarting the will of the people.

“This country was supposed to be a country where the government conformed to the will of the people, not the people conforming to the will of the government.”

Cruz wins Values Voter straw poll again, Biden finishes ahead of Christie

Cruz wins Values Voter straw poll again, Biden finishes ahead of Christie


Senator Ted Cruz Republican Texas Tea Party
Sept. 26, 2014: Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, at the 2014 Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C. (AP)

Sen. Ted Cruz has for the second straight year won the Family Research Council Action’s 2014 Values Voter Summit Straw Poll.

The first-term senator on Saturday received 25 percent of the votes, ahead of Dr. Ben Carson (20 percent) and former Arkansas GOP Gov. Mike Huckabee (12 percent.)

“I’m optimistic because I’m convinced God isn’t done with America yet,” Cruz, R-Texas, said during a speech Friday at the summit.

Former Pennsylvania GOP Sen. Rick Santorum finished fourth. And Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, Republicans, tied for fifth.

Carson, an Independent, won the vice presidential straw poll with 22 percent of the vote. Cruz, a Tea Party favorite, finished second with nearly 14 percent of the vote, and Jindal came in third with roughly 11 percent.

“Values Voter straw poll reveals that the path forward for the GOP to engage Republican-leaning voters is to put forward true conservative candidates” said Tony Perkins, president of the 31-year-old conservative Christian and lobbying group.

Only those who attended the summit in Washington were eligible to vote. And roughly 2,000 people had registered to attend the event, the group said.

Florida GOP. Sen. Marco Rubio finished 6th, 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney finished 8th, Democratic Vice President Biden finished 18th, New Jersey GOP Gov. Chris Christie finished No. 19 and presumptive 2016 Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton finished No. 23 out of 25, according to the group.