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Glenn Beck is leaving the Republican Party. Peace Out. Sayonara. Aloha. Buenas Noches*.

 
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^OK, probably not Buenos Noches. He's not a big fan of the espanol.
 
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Posted - Mar 23 2015 : 1:04AM
Here, Nancy Pelosi appears to be giving in.

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[link inactive:404 - Page not found]ATLANTA -- Conservative commentator Erick Erickson on Friday night disinvited GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump from speaking at an activist conference he is hosting here this weekend, citing disparaging remarks Trump made hours earlier on CNN about Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly.
In an interview with The Washington Post, Erickson said Trump had been scheduled to speak at his RedState gathering on Saturday at the College Football Hall of Fame, but he told Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s campaign manager, about an hour before midnight that Trump was no longer welcome.
Trump's campaign said in a statement that Erickson’s decision was "another example of weakness through being politically correct. For all the people who were looking forward to Mr. Trump coming, we will miss you. Blame Erick Erickson, your weak and pathetic leader. We’ll now be doing another campaign stop at another location."
Trump’s CNN interview Friday evening instantly drew controversy and criticism after he said Kelly, one of the moderators of Thursday’s Republican presidential debate in Cleveland, "had blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever."
Erickson, a Fox News regular and face of the popular RedState blog, has long been a foe of congressional GOP leaders and an ally of conservative grass-roots organizers. He has also drawn criticism for saying impolitic things, once calling retired Supreme Court Justice David Souter an "[expletive] child molester" and First Lady Michelle Obama a "Marxist harpy." He has since apologized for both comments.
Trump’s words about Kelly simply went too far, Erickson said Friday, making him, someone who enjoys and appreciates barbed political rhetoric, uncomfortable and queasy. And with his invited guest dominating the 2016 race, and few if any conservatives reining him in, Erickson thought he’d try.

 
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Posted - Aug 19 2015 : 9:42AM
Maybe we should change the name of this thread to "Donald Trump vs. the GOP"
Like I've said, it's all theatre. It's WWE-posturing (except from the POV of the Trump supporters: Just like the people who supported Perot, Pat Buchanan, and Ron Paul, they are deadly serious about this)
Nevertheless, it is addictingly watchable, (especially on Twitter) just like seeing the Undertaker go after Brock Lesnar:
 
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"Those deemed least qualified to be president are most qualified to do what voters want done today… which is send a message," Will said, comparing Trump to segregationist Dixiecrat candidate George Wallace.
Will also compared Trump to primal scream therapy, a fad from the ’60s in which patients just yelled to make themselves feel better. “He’s a one-trick pony. ‘I’m rich, everybody who disagrees with me is stupid, and all our problems are simple. Put me in power.’”
"Since we are at the end of this going to elect a president, people have to say, ‘Do we really want to give nuclear weapons to Donald Trump?’ at which point I think things change," he predicted.


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The most troubling is, "All our problems are simple."
His simple solutions include ignoring the constitution and ignoring treaties, and running the country solely by what he dictates.
It's also hilarious, his story about how tall the border wall is, so even if people have really big ladders, when they get to the top they won't be able to get down the other side. He's willing to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on a wall, on the bet that people with big ladders won't be able to acquire ropes.
 
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^ Actually, he thinks he will make the Mexicans pay for the wall.
 
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^
Yes. Seize the remittances people send to Mexico (and, I assume, any Central American country, but not those sent to, say, Britain or France)
So here we have a Republican candidate threatening to seize/confiscate property from individuals, and the same audience that loves Cliven Bundy and thinks Jade Helm is a thing is cheering him and seriously wants to see him in the White House.
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Other than the celebrityholics and the people who use reality television shows as a political litmus test no one is voting for him. They are just voting for the most familiar non-politician on the ballot. The only thing Republican voters want less than Donald Trump right now is a Republican politician and given the performance of every Republican politician since Reagan either during the campaign or actually in the Oval Office who can blame them. This is the Republican voting block telling the Republicans to pull their heads out of their asses or they will embarrass the Republican party by giving them the most embarrassing presidential election nominee they can think of. Right now this is a familiar scene to anyone who has ever had their five year old child decide he is going to hold his breath until you give him what he wants.
 
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Posted - Aug 22 2015 : 6:50PM
Goldstein is going out-on-a-limb here...
2016 will be Biden/Warren (or Biden/Sanders, if Elizabeth Warren really does not want to be on the ticket) vs. Romney/Kasich (Romney being drafted by acclaimation, as Trump will not have enough delegates to win the nomination).
Also, let this be heard loud-and-clear...
National tickets of Biden/Warren or Biden/Sanders and Romney/Kasich would be five exceedingly decent and intelligent individuals for a change.
We could do a lot worse (and have, repeatedly).
If Bernie Sanders is not on the ticket (e.g. if Elizabeth Warren decides to run for VP), he should -- must -- be brought into the administration in a significant and important manner.
Romney is actually a much better guy than his 2012 pandering to the worst elements of the GOP base reflected.
 
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I disagree with you on one note -- although the comparison to a five-year old is quite apt -- I think that there's a good number of these Trump voters, enough for him to win some primaries. Again, and I've said this before, this strain of a voice being given to an angry constituency pops up every so often: Pat Buchanan, Ross Perot, Jesse Ventura, Ron Paul. So when a Trump comes along and says '"Hey all you non-voters -- I fell you-- come vote for me!", that's a pretty good size constituency (anti-constituency??) that he's tapping into.
I will go with you on this; the Trump voters are not deep-thinking political people. Whether they're attracted to the celebrity, the ostentatious wealth (which I though died out in 2008, along with MTV Cribs, but guess not...) or , as you said the "I don't wanna eat my spinach and you can't make me!!" 'tude, anyone who is even just a little bit well-informed can see immediately that very little he says actually makes sense, or is Constitutionally or financially feasible.
 
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This could be the name of a totally boss rock band:
Limbaugh unleashed a new torrent of sexist vitriol on Tuesday, arguing that "the solidarity of the vaginas" led GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina to defend Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly from Republican frontrunner Donald Trump’s misogynistic broadsides.
Limbaugh’s invective came after a caller praised Trump for his opposition to "political correctness," something the caller lamented other candidates didn’t share. The caller singled out Fiorina, who called out Trump after he suggested that Kelly’s pointed questions during last month’s GOP presidential debate were symptoms of menstruation
 
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Still don't know what Trump's endgame is,
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Posted - Sep 1 2015 : 11:47PM
All nonsense. Who cares. Idiocy to the tenth power. It really amazes, but doesn't surprise how fucking dumb people are.
 
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Unlikely. However if there was a deal where Harry Reid would go with him, I'd be all for it.
 
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Rev. Franklin Graham -- son of Billy Graham, for the few of you ADTers who are not the churchgoing type -- is so upset at the new budget that just passed (there's still funding for Planned Parenthood in it)
 
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The Republican Party has always had a number of different constituencies and they've been very powerful together. But narcissism, growing resentment, and the ingrown zealotry as exemplified by the likes of Kim Davis and Cliven Bundy have those fissures starting to explode.

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Yuh huh.
 
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It's not just Franklin Graham:
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The fissures between Trump supporters and Everyone Else are going to get bigger and uglier as time goes on:
 
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Outvoted by foreigners! So ethnicity makes them not citizens somehow?
Or is this part of the claim of massive voter fraud that no one can actually locate?
This kind of crazy rhetoric would be political poison anywhere else in the Western democracies.
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To prepare for this political campaign I suggest we all watch or rewatch ELMER GANTRY and A FACE IN THE CROWD.
 
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Superb films. I think A Face In The Crowd is a masterwork.
 
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^ They just showed it again on TCM.

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Shit. Next time, tell me BEFORE they show it.
 
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Haha will do.
 
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This is what it's come to:
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I'm rapidly losing interest in this election. All signs point to the apocalypse happening before November so what's the point anyway?
 
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Posted - Jan 28 2016 : 1:15AM
Politics are one matter. I check in on Megyn Kelly the other day and noticed her hairstyle is approaching that of Rachel Maddow. What's the deal there? Is she thinking about switching teams?
 
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I wouldn't read too much into it -- many women, as they advance in age -- or into upper levels of their profession -- prefer to style their hair so that it no longer reaches the collar. For some, having hair that reaches one's collar is either for young girls or bimbos.
 
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Personally, I agree with Erick Erickson of Redstate about as often as all nine planets line up in a perfect row -- but I will say at least he has principles.
Four years ago, he noted that he would never vote for Jon Huntsman. He did not believe a man could be ambassador to China and faithfully execute his duties while planning to run against the president (Obama) who placed him in that position. I didn't necessarily agree with that, but fair enough.


Donald Trump believes the federal government should fund Planned Parenthood. Donald Trump believes there are good things the child killers do. What is most damning is how so many are willing to be compromised by Donald Trump.
For eight years the conservative movement compromised itself as a wing of George W. Bush’s Republican Party. The movement became ill defined and conservative became a synonym with Republican.
Already we are seeing pastors and religious leaders compromising their integrity to vote for Donald Trump. Jerry Falwell, Jr. has joined the whores of Moloch, defending Trump’s Planned Parenthood statement on Twitter. Falwell presides over an institution that expels students who have abortions, but is willing to give positive lip service to Trump saying there are good things Planned Parenthood does.
If Trump were elected President, there would be members of the pro-life movement who would compromise their convictions for access to power.

"Whores of Moloch?!?!" That's some Old Testament ish right there!
Of course, what's ironic is that Erickson fails to see
He also doesn't seem to realize that he tacitly admits that the Republican Party of the last 22 years is basically a sham built on an incredibly shaky foundation of saying one thing and doing another behind the backs of the conservative base. Trump, were he to revert to being a Noo Yawk Librul, would basically be doing the same thing.
 
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Another precinct heard from:
I actually agree with Nichols on most of this part, except for one thing: Trump's judicial appointments will not be "liberal friends from New York". He hasn't the slightest clue on what qualifications to look for in a judge, so he'll just pass that job onto his advisors, who will take suggestions from the activist wing of the House who pay attention to that kind of boring stuff.
Also, good to see I'm not the only one this election season to use the word "unmoored"
Edited by - sMILER gROGAN on 2/24/2016 4:48:31 PM
 
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Can't deny it though: I'm especially loving the Sean Hannity v. Ann Coulter dust up. It's Biggie and 'Pac all over again!! (Although with less shooting. At least so far. They're both NRA members so stay tuned!)
Edited by - sMILER gROGAN on 3/4/2016 8:43:04 AM
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No wonder Twitter's stock has been going down the last few months.
 
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Jennifer Rubin:
Kathleen Parker: [link inactive:404 - Page not found]The End of This GOP Might Not Be Such a Bad Thing
 
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I've been very hopeful, so far
Now for the first time I think we're going wrong
Hurry up and tell me this is just a dream
Oh could we start again please?
I think you've made your point now
You've even gone a bit too far to get the message home
Before it gets too frightening, we ought to call a halt
So could we start again please?

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I know I probably used the popcorn smiley more than a few times in this thread, but no more. The Trump campaign simply isn't funny anymore.
 
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There is simply no doubt about it; the GOP convention is going to be Epic. I don't know what movies Hollywood has planned but the biggest blockbuster of the decade is taking place in Cleveland. And it'll Be FREE.

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The latest example can be seen here,

"If ever there were a time to not take away our vote, it’s now – at a time when more people than ever are invested and voting," said the judge.
"You want to keep your status quo – the one where one hand washes the other, and we pay for the soap."
Pirro reacted to Karl Rove’s recent remarks, where the former White House Deputy Chief of Staff had said “a fresh face” might be needed to beat Clinton in November.
"You want a fresh face? Aren’t you the guy who kept bringing us one Bush after another?" said Judge Jeanine.
She also responded to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, who this week refused to tell Sean Hannity "whether the presidential nominee for Republicans will be one of the top vote-getters – Trump or Cruz."
"Whatever happened to ‘your vote matters’?" said Judge Jeanine. "Not only is that infuriating, it is un-American."

And also here,

Beck added that "I'm not voting for Trump. No way." So if his feelings are mirrored by others, then -- as I've stated -- it may be the death of the GOP regardless.
 
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It's just all out internecine warfare now:


 
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