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Posted in: 'Racist' Trump ad pulled from air as campaigns rush to uncertain end See in context

This is how Trump sees anything. If it works for him, it's OK, no matter how immoral or divisive. -- comment

If President Trump is "divisive", then what are the democrats?

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Posted in: 'Racist' Trump ad pulled from air as campaigns rush to uncertain end See in context

Trump headed to . . . . Missouri at the end of a six-day pre-election sweep -- article

An absoluely GREAT wrap up campaign stop by President Trump in Cape Girardeau tonight. Seismologists must have issued an earthquake alert for that part of the state.

But to be fair, Obama did hand out doughnuts at his "rally' held in a tiny room in Va. that was attended by more media lap dogs than actual supporters of the ex-president. 44's days of drawing Berlin-type crowds are now behind him.

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Posted in: Everything's at stake on eve of first Trump-era elections See in context

I've yet to see any pollster reference the impact of the (pound sign)walkaway movement. Oh right, I forgot, liberals claim it's Russian bots.

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Posted in: Everything's at stake on eve of first Trump-era elections See in context

but both Rihanna and Diddy are campaigning for the Dem in Florida sobtgat guarantees his win? Haha

@blacklabel,

Read that both Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity are going to be guest speakers at President Trump's final campaign stop tonight. Liberal heads will be exploding during that rally, Bank on that.

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Posted in: Everything's at stake on eve of first Trump-era elections See in context

Some things to ponder:

If the democrats were indeed going to savor a much-promised "Blue Wave": CNN's viewership would be through the roof instead of lagging behind the Cartoon Network; Obama would have had crowds that dwarfed all of President Trump's rallies combined instead of speaking at partitioned off high school gymnasiums at his speeches. Etc., etc., etc.

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Posted in: Everything's at stake on eve of first Trump-era elections See in context

polls show dozens of U.S. congressional and gubernatorial races as too close to call. -- article

Lots of opinion slinging being tossed around concerning Tuesday's voter turnout, but there is a curious absence by the pollster clowns on TV (example: Liberals are once again hanging on to the prognostication of polling guru Nate Silver -- he of the 95-percent chance that "Madam President" would win at 5:30 p.m. On election night 2016 fame -- that the democrats have an "85 percent chance" of reclaiming the House) of any mention of the now-proven Trump-era phenomenon of Republican and independent voters consciously rebel against all forms of both polling and pollsters.

The polls say THIS and the polls say THAT don't mean a thing when the election day results come in and "suddenly" all the polls are off by five or six percentage points. "Suddenly" dozens of republican house, senate and governor candidates received a far higher percentage of votes than any of the earlier polls (or even exit polls) showed.

That is, in all likelihood, what we will see being discussed everywhere In th MSM come Wednesday morning (even cut-and-paste operations like this): The "sudden" manner in which republican candidates received much higher voting percentages than any of the polls indicated.

Cue the repeat of liberals screaming helplessly at the sky.

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Posted in: Everything's at stake on eve of first Trump-era elections See in context

What the democrats don't -- or can't -- comprehend is that their party has been in the minority since the 2010 midterms. They have lost more than 1,200 seats at the national, state and local government levels.

Instead of making adjustments to make themselves more palatable to voters, its leadership has given control over to the social democrats whose only philosophy is hate and violence; telling themselves inside their political bubble that that recipe is one that the majority of American voters desire.

Tuesday will be a day of reckoning of us; this upcoming vote is one of Americanism vs. socialism.

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Posted in: Trump and Obama make dueling stops in U.S. campaigns' closing rush See in context

Obama should hold his campaigning stops in VW Beetles so the democrat enablers, aka, the MSM, could wax poetic about how he addressed "near capacity crowds."

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Posted in: Trump and Obama make dueling stops in U.S. campaigns' closing rush See in context

Opinion polls and election forecasters have made Democrats favorites on Tuesday -- article

Heh, these are the same geniuses who all predicted "Madam President" by a landslide all the way up to 8 p.m. on Election Night in 2016. Judging from the reported early voting numbers by Republicans and us independents that have not been seen since the 1994 midterms, watch for the highly touted democrat "Blue Wave" turning into a pathetic puddle come Wednesday morning.

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Posted in: Trump and Obama make dueling stops in U.S. campaigns' closing rush See in context

Obama's appearance on the campaign trail is his second in three days. -- article

Heh, such an exhausting schedule. Meanwhile in other news, President Trump has been doing two campaign stops a day since Thursday and will do three campaign stops tomorrow in the run up to the mid-terms.

Obama will appear in Indiana . . . . and his old home state of Illinois -- article

President Trump had two campaign appearances yesterday; but unlike Obama who only went to adjacent states, the President held one meeting with voters in Florida and the second one about half a country away in Montana.

Like him or not, just like in 2016, President Trump is once again out politicking any and all his democrat rivals; even ones who can't fill high school (Obama) or junior high school (Biden) gymnasiums.

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Posted in: Is the U.S. still a real democracy? See in context

there are substantive issues like climate change -- article

This is a great example of why people fall for the global warming scam because our schools and colleges teach a false ideology. The guy writing this article is neither a scientist nor a climatologist. He is a Political Science teacher: Meaning, his college degree is limited to the navel gazing confines of the academia echo chamber where those members all nod in bovine agreement to what each other says.

Secondary education students today aren't educated enough or are too intellectually lazy to know they are being lied to They don't do enough research -- if any at all -- to find out global warming is a hoax.

If they bothered to be more inquisitive, they would learn the global warming harbinger's only whose goal is to transfer wealth from the working class to the globalist elites.

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Posted in: Is the U.S. still a real democracy? See in context

We have never been a democracy. We are a Constitutional Republic. The clown who wrote this tripe is a Poly Sci teacher at Columbia? The students' parents should be demanding a refund from the university.

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Posted in: Trump touts economy; Georgia sees racist calls as U.S. vote nears See in context

That's why the GOP. . . . is using them as props. -- comment

Heh, and that is why three Crow Nation tribal leaders are at a President Trump rally; because the sooo hate him.

Foreign liberals continue to lower the bar of decency when they liken our Native Americans to cigar store Indians.

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Posted in: Trump touts economy; Georgia sees racist calls as U.S. vote nears See in context

A great photo showing members of the Crow Nation supporting our President in Montana. Rest assured the democrats are melting down over this picture. Deep in their dark, dark hearts, they are blowing a gasket that their liberal leaders stumping for candidates (cough, cough, Obama, Biden, Harris) are unable to get just one photo op with any representative of America's Tribal Nation.

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Posted in: Trump backtracks on suggestion U.S. troops could fire on migrants See in context

More "Art of the Deal" from President Trump.

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Posted in: Trump warns that migrants who throw stones at U.S. military may be shot See in context

Positioning LRAD battery's from Ft. Hood along the border would do the job. They are an effective non-lethal deterrent.

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Posted in: Trump warns that migrants who throw stones at U.S. military may be shot See in context

America's military arsenal now includes several weapons that repels invaders without using lethal force.

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Posted in: Trump hardens stance on Mexico border; says 15,000 troops could be sent See in context

Better make it a blue shirt and skip the MAGA - as Trump said, "he's kind of a Democrat actually" -- comment

Heh, love it when liberals get trolled by President Trump.

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Posted in: Trump hardens stance on Mexico border; says 15,000 troops could be sent See in context

James Mattis: We don’t do stunts.

Gotta love Gen. Mad Dog!!! Gonna have a MAGA red T-shirt made with that quote printed on it.

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Posted in: Trump visits synagogue in Pittsburgh attack as protesters march See in context

I watched the IL rally where our President denounced, in no uncertain terms, anti-Semitism, multiple times. Then I get a news flash on my phone, courtesy of AFP, how protesters are defying the President as he visits Pittsburgh. The highlighted quote:

It’s just enraging that this type of hate crime could occur here and that the leadership of our country does not denounce anti-Semitism and does not denounce white nationalism and does not denounce neo-Nazism.”

IMO, the press is fully complicit in stoking hate. They won’t report on President Trump’s comments during that rally.

The irony from these "progressives" is so thick and they just never see it. “Love trumps hate”, while continuously spewing hate. Their blind hatred has now consumed them.

It used to upset me a bit but no more. I now feel immense deep pity for these sad creatures. It is the price one pays for basting in the liberal stew.

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Posted in: 2,500 attend Pittsburgh synagogue massacre memorial See in context

Let's place the blame where it belongs: Trump, the NRA and the GOP -- acting in unison to foster fear, division, bigotry and gun violence. -- comment

This shooting was carried out by a person who is rabid anti-President Trump.

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Posted in: Obama takes aim at Trump, GOP in fiery Milwaukee speech See in context

Obama didn't make stuff up to win an election. -- comment

No, he hid (and is still hiding) stuff.

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Posted in: Florida man charged in connection with 14 mail bombs sent to Trump critics See in context

Looking at pictures of the van, something is not quite right. Those types of stick on decals and images would fade and discolor quickly on vehicles sitting in the hot south Florida sun. After only a few months anything on those windows would look worn out; instead of being attached, say, five days ago.

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Posted in: Florida man charged in connection with 14 mail bombs sent to Trump critics See in context

Those types of stick on decals and images on the perp's van would fade and discolor very quickly on vehicles sitting out in the hot south Florida sun. After only a few months anything on those windows would look worn out; not like they were attached, say, five days ago.

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Posted in: Obama takes aim at Trump, GOP in fiery Milwaukee speech See in context

Obama's greatest legacy is that under his watch, democrats lost more than 1,200 seats nationwide since the 2010 midterms.

When Obama stumps for/endorses a candidate, people vote for the other person. I hope he keeps on campaigning. It's change America Can Believe In.

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Posted in: Obama takes aim at Trump, GOP in fiery Milwaukee speech See in context

The biggest tell as to his impact on voters today was buried in the 3rd paragraph:

Obama . . . told the crowd in a Milwaukee high school gymnasium . . .

Heh, wonder how many partitions they had to put up to make it look like he was talking to a "crowd".

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Posted in: Obama takes aim at Trump, GOP in fiery Milwaukee speech See in context

At one point Obama said: "Here's the thing. Everything I say you can look up." -- article

"Shovel ready jobs". . ."If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor". . ."The first time I heard about Benghazi was when I turned on the TV news". . . "Mine was a scandal free administration" . . . .

Yes. We. Can

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Posted in: Trump calls on media to end 'hostility' after thwarted bombs See in context

The democrats are trying to muzzle President Trump in final days before the midterms. It's another in a long list of strategies that's not gonna work.

At the WI rally, President Trump cleverly used, in measured tones and without naming names, a call for an end to the political behavior of violence and intimidation. Any listener with an ounce of common sense could easily fill in the blanks as to which person(s) bad behavior he was referring to.

Chalk up another win for our President,

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Posted in: Suspected bombs target Obama, Clinton, other top Democrats, CNN See in context

This ain't gonna end well for the Left. Mark my words.

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Posted in: Will 'all Trump, all the time' help the GOP in the midterms? See in context

I early voted last night. Waited 90 minutes to cast my ballot because the line stretched for four blocks outside the polling station. I slept very soundly last night knowing I did my part to shock the world again on Nov. 6th.

Leftists, get ready to once again scream helplessly at the sky because the Red Tsunami is coming.

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