Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Tin Foil Hat Time

Trump and Soros are/were friends.
(Also the Clintons)
Trump entered the race on a lark (perhaps to split the Repub vote, remember, he met with Bill a couple weeks before announcing) and found himself carried on a wave he did not intend.
That’s why he’s so ill prepared.
(This is the guy everyone says will hire the best advisers. He hasn't hired a real campaign manager!)
So far it's been a personality contest for him.

He wants out.
A contested convention allows him to bow out and claim he was robbed, ego intact.
Hillary, his friend, goes against Cruz, who Hillary thinks she can beat, particularly if Trump Cult members buy it all and stay home. A large portion of them were dems anyway.
(But they can’t stand Hillary, so they may vote against the script.)
It’s all orchestrated.
That our Republic hangs on such machinations is a travesty.
Hopefully, God intervenes, her aneurism, or indictment, hits and Cruz goes in.
God save the Republic!

27 comments:

  1. HEY! I just read this EXACT thing on my FB feed!!! Are you some kind of Trojan Horse for the Cruz campaign!? Oh wait... that was you on my FB feed... Nevermind. BTW, I do believe you nailed this.

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    1. People should devoid them selves of FB. It's pure evil. It's almost the mark of the devil. I don't nor will I ever have a FN account.


      Or whatever works for you.

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    2. I've been there. It was too dark !

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  2. My first thought was that Trump couldn't be doing this just to stroke his ego, because it's gone on too long. Then I remember the out-sized ego in question, and withdraw the thought.

    Cruz remains a better choice than Hillary, but that might not be saying much. At this point, I'd vote for a box of oatmeal over her.

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    1. I'd vote for a blind libtard raccoon with coyote blood and infected with rabies over the hildebeast. Just sayin.

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    2. I thought you were describing the Hildebeast.

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    3. hilrod is much worse Ed.

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  3. It is not simply the contrarian in me still who says Hillary will not be the next president. Obama and his team is rightfully fearful of payback from her. He will find a way to prevent her from winning. He'd even be happy with a GOP winner because the GOPe that has consistently let him get away all his excesses will hamstring whomever is the nominee, even Cruz. And the media will serve even a bigger role ensuring such limitations than they did on the willing centrist W (who they still falsely label as a right-winger). The turmoil in the GOP process that the media fostered has already forced Cruz to form alliances with the GOPe. No, Obama is quite likely safe under a GOP Prez whereas that is not so certain under Hillary.

    One more thing to consider. If I can see how Obama is endangered by a Hillary follow-on I am sure his advisers have weighed the risks too. Especially since it's their skin that is at risk too. Should Bernie continue to win primaries and caucuses, the way the Dem super delegates are set up may let them decide on an unknown to run yet. When a Trump operative goes on TV and openly tries to intimidate GOP delegates with 'we know who you are and we know your room numbers,' what numbskull believes that Obama's thugs are incapable of more far more greater coercion to the Dem delegates behind the scenes? Oh, right. Obama is such a nice guy he has no political enemies on the Left so he'd never try to protect himself from them. Not even the widely expected Queen in waiting who he has wounded.

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    1. I still don't know if Obama will unleash DOJ on her.
      I hope so.

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  4. pascal, I had someone say to me yesterday that they think Obama will help Hillary because he wants to be a SUpreme Ct Justice OR a bigwig at the UN. I don't think that, but it's a rumor.

    Rev Paul...I'm with you about the oatmeal.

    Ed...Trump is going to destroy this country single handed...none of the scenarios work for us: He wins, and we have a thin skinned, vindictive, reactionary KING for president, he loses the nomination, he turns Third Party and we have HILLARY for president, he wins the nomination and loses, we're back where we started...ugh

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    1. The only hope I see is that as I said above, he'll slink away claiming he was robbed.
      Or God deals with Hillary.
      Or 3 way split, Hillary does not get a majority, Presidential selection goes to the House. VP to the Senate.

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    2. Ms Z, You sure are cute baby.

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  5. actually, it is God's judgement which is taking hold of this country.
    sow the wind, reap the whirlwind.
    only desperate soul-wringing repentance by the whole nation is able to move God.
    since sin of every kind, much of it unthinkable in my day, is the norm i don't see that the people know any earthly reason why they should repent, so it isn't going to happen except by a Holy Spirit miracle.

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    1. Maybe God will respond to a remnant.
      Hopefully.

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  6. If it's up for a vote, then I say the aneurism is our best bet in taking Hillary out. The indictment thing is just not lethal enough given how oily she can be; she may find a way to dodge the bullet there. Not very Christian of me, granted.

    But I'm sticking with the aneurism.

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    1. I won't cause the aneurysm.
      I won't regret the aneurysm.

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  7. I agree Ed! And kinda pray it's true. I hope that The Donald pulls out and just crawls back home. Oh, and by the by, Kasich is also taking money from the devil (George Soros). We are in sooooo much trouble ...
    Just keep praying that Jesus will have mercy on us who do Believe and allow us to have good, strong, Christian leadership. We sure don't deserve it, but, one can ask. ~:)

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    1. We have a winner!
      I deliberately left the Soros/Kasich connection out to see who would comment on it!
      You win!

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    2. Maybe there is no firm connection

      Of course Factcheck may be part of the liberal media and funded by George "the Devil" Soros.

      Anyway, how much influence do these billionaires have on presidential elections? L'il Jeb got 125 million and didn't make it past the third round. Benasleep Carson raised more money than Kasich but that's what his "candidacy" was all about, the money.

      Sanders is running a very strong campaign on smaller donations (including my two C notes).

      We get too wound up about presidential donations.

      Congressional lobbying on the other hand ... much nastier animal.

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    3. God points. Thanks for the fact check.

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    4. duck. you gave Sanders $200? Let it be known I have not given anything to a politician, nor will I ever.

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    5. Sanders has run a decent campaign largely on small contributions. Seems a positive to me.

      Compared to Little Miss Wall Street I prefer Bernie's campaign.

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  8. We can only Hope Trump bows out and doesn't go 3rd party. If he does that, I will admire him for bringing much needed subjects to the fore. If he does go 3rf party, then he should burn in hell and be forced to marry hilrod clinton.

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