Trump speaks truth, McCain denounces him

November 30, 2015

McCain: “ISIS is not that strong”

Sounding a lot like his pal Barack Obama who claimed just prior to the deadly Islamic jihadist terror attacks in Paris that “ISIS is contained,” John McCain appeared on CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sunday to lob word bombs at GOP 2016 presidential front-runner Donald Trump. During the interview, McCain actually said, “…ISIS is not that strong…”

McCain, who lost his own 2008 presidential bid, barely carrying his home state of Arizona, was interviewed by host John Dickerson from the U.S. embassy in Baghdad alongside his frequent adviser and traveling companion Lindsey Graham, (R-SC) a less than single digit presidential candidate.

The former GOP presidential nominee who will be 80 by Election Day, and now running for his sixth six-year senate term, accused 2016 Republican hopefuls of “harping on the Syrian refugee crisis,” while, in his opinion,  the U.S. faces much more substantial threats.

“As all of our candidates bloviate about the refugees, [Syrian President] Bashar Assad is a major cause of the refugees which are now flooding Europe and causing such consternation in the United States,” he said. “A no-fly zone will provide a refuge at least for some of these refugees.”

John McCain opined that what he termed Donald Trump’s “’divisive rhetoric’ is only serving to turn the international Muslim community against the U.S.”  

Donald Trump wants implementation of a system to keep tabs on the thousands of Syrian refugees Obama is bringing into the U.S. The majority of state governors want a halt to the influx. Despite Obama’s claims they are “subjected to vigorous screening and security checks,” experts say doing so  is virtually impossible. Obama makes this assertion despite the fact that several of the Paris terrorists entered Europe as part of the flood of “refugees” leaving Syria.

Referring to Donald Trump, John McCain said, “Oh, I think it (his stated opinion) has an interesting effect of turning Muslims all over the world against the United States of America, which is 99.44 percent people who practice an honorable religion.”

That remaining .56 percent is sure keeping busy slaughtering vast numbers of innocent people as they shout “Allahu Akbar!” (Allah is greater) and train their children to carry on gruesome beheading traditions. This list includes radical Islamic terrorist attacks in just the past 30 days.

And Barack Obama? Unable to even acknowledge the radical Muslim component of terrorism, he spoke Monday at the COP21 climate change summit in Paris, warning the assembled world leaders not to be distracted from focusing on the threat of global warming which he says is a root cause of the bloody violence. Sticking with his agenda, he blamed America.

Ending illegal invasion is national security priority

November 16, 2015


On Friday, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz released his detailed “Plan to stop illegal immigration, secure the border, restore the rule of law and protect Americans,” declaring “It’s not that we don’t know how to solve illegal immigration. What is missing is the political will to get it done. And, as president, I will get it done. We will secure the borders.” 

Sens. Cruz and Marco Rubio have been trading barbs on the issue of illegal immigration, which is paramount for an increasing number of American voters in the 2016 presidential election. While Donald Trump deserves credit for bringing this subject front and center, he is short on specifics and long on repetitive bravado. Slick talking Rubio teamed with John McCain, Jeff Flake, Chuck Schumer and a pack of other liberals and RINOs comprising the notorious pro-amnesty Gang of Eight.

In discussions regarding the illegal invasion, talk routinely turns to the importance of adherence to the Rule of Law. We hear of those who are waiting in line to legally immigrate to the United States. The notion of American workers displaced by illegals is not the fallacy we are led to believe since they are supposedly only “doing jobs Americans refuse to do.” Stop at any construction site and it’s clear that myriad jobs that once supported middle-class American families are now held by non-English speakers undercutting American wages.

In the wake of the synchronized and calculated Islamic Jihadist attacks perpetrated in Paris days ago accompanied by the now all too familiar cry of “Allahu Akbar!” (Allah is greater) it’s time to take into account the national security issues also at stake. At least two of the murderers were “refugees” who repaid European kindness with carnage.

Here at home, Barack Obama is similarly opening the floodgates not only to Central American and Mexican nationals, receiving taxpayer subsidized benefits as documented by Judicial Watch, but also to unvetted Middle Eastern Muslims from countries that despise the United States — mostly unaccompanied, single young men — claiming refugee status. Christians from the region are not so fortunate.  They are oddly deported by the Obama regime as not qualifying due to lack of government persecution. But hundred of thousands of Somali, Iraqi and Syrian Muslims of unknown political bents are being resettled throughout the U.S.

Despite the fact that ISIS murderers who perpetrated the massacres in Paris, said “American blood is the sweetest,“ the global jihadist threat is being welcomed into America by our own government in collusion with the United Nations. The insanity continues. WND reports that U.S. Mayors are foolishly claiming that more Muslim refugees will ‘help build our economies’

Bloody assaults on freedom loving nations should be a wake-up call. Was Sept. 11, 2001 too long ago for us to remember? Has the Fort Hood massacre faded from memory? The beheading of a female factory worker by a Muslim convert in Oklahoma? These and more were accompanied by shouts of “Allahu Akbar!” Home grown terrorists exist. Must we import others? At this point in our history, unchecked immigration is a national security issue. America’s first obligation is to the citizens of this country.

Vote as if your life and those of your family depended on it. They do.

Donald Trump’s implosion difficult to watch

November 14, 2015

Trump’s increasingly odd, unpresidential behavior 

As the Iowa caucus looms and Ben Carson is gaining momentum, Donald Trump is veering off into a land stranger than OZ.

In a 95-minute tirade in Fort Dodge, Iowa on Thursday, Trump lashed out at the very voters he needs, saying those who believed Carson’s explanations clarifying portions of his autobiography, “Gifted Hands,” in which he admitted having a “pathological temper” as a child, illustrated signs of stupidity of Iowa voters and voters in general, who are beginning to pay close attention to the retired neurosurgeon.

“How stupid are the people of Iowa?” Trump asked. “How stupid are the people of the country to believe this crap?” A master of repetition, he continued, “Give me a break, give me a break — it doesn’t happen that way. It doesn’t happen that way.”

Trump claimed Carson has a “pathological disease” with no cure, comparing it to the incurable mental conditions of child molesters. “A child molester, there’s no cure for that,” Trump incoherently ranted. “If you’re a child molester, there’s no cure. They can’t stop you. Pathological? There’s no cure.”

This was Dr. Carson’s calm response:

Questions arose in August when Trump announced he had fired his longtime friend and campaign advisor Roger Stone. Stone disputed that, saying he quit.

Politico discloses a portion of Stone’s email to Trump:

“I was proud to have played a role in the launch of your presidential campaign. Your message of ‘Make America Great Again’ harkened back to the Reagan era. Restoring national pride and bringing jobs back to America — your initial and still underlying message — is a solid conservative message. In fact, it catapulted you instantly into a commanding lead in the race,” Stone’s email said.

“Unfortunately, the current controversies involving personalities and provocative media fights have reached such a high volume that it has distracted attention from your platform and overwhelmed your core message,” Stone wrote. “With this current direction of the candidacy, I no longer can remain involved in your campaign.”

Try to imagine being an advisor to a billionaire showman who refuses to take advice. No paycheck would be adequate compensation.

Dole endorses Jeb! Establishment keeps on truckin’

November 12, 2015

There’s a strong sense of irony as Bob Dole — who lost as the 1996 Republican presidential candidate — now endorses single-digit Jeb Bush, who will not secure the 2016 GOP presidential nomination.

Former U.S.Sen. Dole, a severely wounded World War II vet, used Veterans Day to announce he had joined Jeb Bush’s campaign as its National Veterans’ Chairman. Jeb Bush never served in the military. 

“I will do all I can to be helpful to Jeb’s campaign,” Dole, now 93, pledged. His proven leadership skills “will fix the country.”

“I think he’s the most qualified, and we need somebody with experience and there are a lot of good candidates — I like nearly all of them,” Dole said of Jeb Bush and the rest of the field. He then added, “Except Cruz.”

Last year, at the Conservative Political Action Committee conference, Ted Cruz offended Dole, John McCain and Mitt Romney, all members of the GOP establishment, when he challenged their moderate political postures that didn’t resonate with conservative voters.

“All of us remember President Dole, and President McCain and President Romney,” Cruz told the CPAC crowd. “Those are good men, they’re all decent men but when you don’t stand and draw a clear distinction, when you don’t stand for principle, Democrats celebrate.”

At the time, Cruz noted the “heroic” military service of Sens. Dole and McCain, which he said he greatly respected, but made clear he would not hesitate to talk about substantive matters of conservative principle that are important to bringing Republicans to victory — even if others may disagree.

That fragrant scent is ripe truth.

John McCain makes “most vulnerable senators” list

November 10, 2015

Roll Call lists John McCain number six on the roster of the ten most vulnerable U.S. Senators on the 2016 ballot. Also on the list is Colorado Democrat Sen. Michael Bennet who threw in with McCain, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio, all elected as Republicans who teamed with liberal Dems on the infamous Gang of Eight — pushing amnesty for illegal aliens.

Snuggling up to McCain hasn’t helped Graham, now a long-shot presidential candidate. He’s so unpopular that he couldn’t rise high enough in polls to even make it on tonight’s second tier debate stage. Like McCain, Graham has been has been censured numerous times by local Republican Party officials in his home state of South Carolina for his collusion with Democrats. Both McCain and Flake were booed and met with turned backs and walkouts by elected state delegates at the Statutory Meeting of the Arizona Republican Party earlier this year.

Political canoodling with the toxic John McCain is clearly a sure-fire recipe for disaster.

4th GOP debate tonight: Main event 7 PM (AZ time)

November 10, 2015

Undercard event begins at 5 pm (AZ time)

The prime-time debate which will last two hours begins tonight at 7:00 pm AZ Time, (9 pm ET) and includes candidates who earned 2.5 percent or higher in the four most recent national polls conducted through Nov. 4.

This top-tier event features Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, John Kasich and Rand Paul. Moderators are Fox Business Managing Editor Neil Cavuto and Global Markets editor Maria Bartiromo, along with Wall Street Journal editor-in-chief Gerard Baker.

To qualify for the single hour second-rung debate, the bar is low. Candidates need only score at least 1 percent in the polls. This event will start at 5:00 pm AZ time, (7 pm ET). Relegated to second stage this time around are Mike Huckabee and Chris Christie. They will appear with Bobby Jindal and Rick Santorum.

This event will be hosted by Fox Business’ Sandra Smith and Trish Regan and Wall Street Journal Washington bureau chief Gerald Seib.

Neither Lindsey Graham nor George Pataki qualified for the debate stage, having failed to meet the 1 percent minimum requirement.

Both debates promise to focus on jobs, taxes and the economy, as well as domestic and international policy issues. They will be broadcast from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Locate Fox Business Channel here. Cox Channel 68 and Radio KFYI 550-AM will also be among outlets carrying the debates.

Anchor babies taught vulgarity by proud illegal parents

November 5, 2015

Así que, ¿quién es racista?

In the event you missed this vile anti-Donald Trump video flying under the bland title, “Deport Racism,” we present it to you here. For those who wonder why Trump’s message regarding illegal immigration is igniting his poll numbers, wonder no more.

These children of illegals, who deride the term anchor babies that correctly describes them — although CNN considers it a “loaded term” and a “slur“ — are classic examples of the family values Republicrat Jeb Bush tells us exemplify the “act of love” that brings their parents to the United States. He views questioning that rationale as steeped in “harsh political rhetoric” and says their unlawful entry into our country “shouldn’t rile people up.”

After Jeb’s flaccid showing at the Oct. 28 Republican debate in Boulder, Colorado, conservative columnist Peggy Noonan described him as “The Not Ready for Prime Time Bush.”

His skewed views could explain why Jeb, the establishment’s anointed “inevitable candidate”  has now fallen to 4 percent in the most recent Fox News (page 3) and Quinnipiac (page 3) surveys.

Americans are clearly weary of double-talking amnesty proponents who pander to illegals, and are looking in new directions for leadership as we see our country collapsing. Thinking citizens realize we are running out of time.


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