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  • LIVE THREAD:Trump-Clinton Presidential Debate 9/26/2016 at HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY, HEMPSTEAD, NY 9pm ET

    09/26/2016 5:56:16 PM PDT · 1,457 of 4,521
    Pinkbell to nikos1121

    Debate is about to start. I’ll check in after, but I will say that I am a pessimist by nature. I expect the worst, and then anything better, I feel better. Many probably disagree with my approach, but it serves me well. That way I won’t be disappointed by expectations. I wish Trump the best of luck. I hope he knocks it out of the park and shows America why he would make a great President.

  • Report: Lester Holt May Pull a Candy Crowley at First Presidential Debate

    09/26/2016 8:10:32 AM PDT · 113 of 136
    Pinkbell to Helicondelta

    CNN was droning on and on about how it’s the moderator’s duty to fact check the candidates, and then they said (with all seriousness) that Trump has a more tenuous relationship with the truth.

    CNN post debate will fact check everything Trump says using biased Politifact and then talk about how Clinton is so much more honest than him.

  • Transgender Man Gives Birth to his Female Transgender Partner’s Baby

    09/26/2016 7:41:32 AM PDT · 78 of 81
    Pinkbell to HollyB

    Yeah, I know “he” is a woman, but the headline is a complete lie and impossible. A man can’t give birth. A woman pretending to be a man can.

  • CNN’s Jeff Zeleny: “So Long Ohio” …Hillary Is Giving Up on Buckeye State (VIDEO)

    09/25/2016 10:55:59 AM PDT · 27 of 108
    Pinkbell to Helicondelta

    She definitely still running ads, but the electoral map is easier for the Democrats, and she doesn’t need Ohio. This is good news because Trump does need Ohio.

  • Clinton would make a sober, smart and pragmatic president. Trump would be a catastrophe. (tr)

    09/25/2016 9:58:08 AM PDT · 46 of 61
    Pinkbell to dayglored

    I literally was just saying this morning that I was waiting for the LA Times and Washington Post to join the New York Times in endorsing Hillary. Sure enough. What’s taking the Washington Post so long? I don’t like it when papers endorse candidates. I think papers need to honestly report facts about candidates and let the people decide.

  • Laughing of Rape

    09/25/2016 8:40:41 AM PDT · 2 of 12
    Pinkbell to keving

    I just said that. Make the MSM cover it. Hillary keeps touting her love of children in an ad that keeps running - minus unborn children of course (which Hillary supports killing).

  • Pence says Gennifer Flowers will not attend Trump, Clinton debate

    09/25/2016 8:35:07 AM PDT · 17 of 112
    Pinkbell to DoodleDawg

    I didn’t think so. The bottom line is the left would use it to paint Trump as a misogynist because they won’t cover the “bimbo eruptions” and Hillary’s roll in them. Trump should invite that poor woman whose life was ruined when she was 12 years old and Hillary got her rapist off. That woman’s life was ruined - she just did an interview and has said so. Make the media cover that.

  • Gennifer Flowers Will Join Trump at Debate, Says Her Assistant

    09/24/2016 6:30:25 PM PDT · 138 of 156
    Pinkbell to Pravious

    It will be interesting. If Trump loses, they will probably go back, or try anyway, to what they had in the past (even thought that didn’t work with moderates like McCain and Romney). If he wins, I guess it depends on how successful and popular he is.

  • Russia’s Brutal Clinton-Bashing, Trump-Loving Election Coverage

    09/24/2016 6:22:07 PM PDT · 8 of 37
    Pinkbell to Navy Patriot
  • Gennifer Flowers Will Join Trump at Debate, Says Her Assistant

    09/24/2016 2:42:24 PM PDT · 48 of 156
    Pinkbell to MaxistheBest

    It actually saddens me that as long as I live, I will probably never get another candidate like Trump or another election like this.

  • Mark Cuban Offers $10 Million if Trump Answers His Policy Questions

    09/24/2016 1:32:19 PM PDT · 41 of 76
    Pinkbell to bryan999

    He refuses to debate the guys who wrote Clinton Cash and Mike Cernovich.

  • N.Y. Times endorses Clinton for U.S. president {Stop the Presses...}

    09/24/2016 11:30:20 AM PDT · 37 of 59
    Pinkbell to Sub-Driver

    Whoa! I was so shocked I fell over. I think I’m okay, but wow! Who could have seen this coming?

  • CUBAN 2020

    09/24/2016 11:23:48 AM PDT · 18 of 36
    Pinkbell to Afterguard; DIRTYSECRET

    You are both right. He offered to be either candidate’s VP.

  • CUBAN 2020

    09/24/2016 11:22:47 AM PDT · 16 of 36
    Pinkbell to OddLane

    I thought so too. However, when he didn’t run, I thought for sure she would have picked him or Booker (who gave an Obama like speech at the convention). Either would have fueled minority and millennial turnout. I’m still baffled why she chose Kaine.

  • CUBAN 2020

    09/24/2016 11:07:40 AM PDT · 5 of 36
    Pinkbell to DIRTYSECRET

    I was thinking they would run another Obama like figure like Corey Booker or that Castro guy from Texas. I know if Trump gets elected, the media will spend the next four years trying to ruin him, but if Trump is a good President, the people will see it. Let’s worry about this election right now.

  • Clinton Has 7-Point Lead Over Trump In National McClatchy-Marist Poll (I call BS)

    09/24/2016 1:36:27 AM PDT · 54 of 54
    Pinkbell to KC_Lion

    Right. I’m one that accepts the polls for that reason, but they are all over the place, and the momentum seems to be going for Trump.

  • To Help Clinton Win the First Debate, Campaign Asks for Online Support 'Early and Often'

    09/23/2016 9:12:01 PM PDT · 29 of 31
    Pinkbell to Honorary Serb

    I haven’t seen that one. I saw a new one tonight, though. She had an ad of women watching clips of various comments Trump made about women in the past like Rosie O’Donnell. I rolled my eyes at it, and I would think those comments are well known, but maybe she’ll reach some moderate undecided women with it. That’s obviously who she is targeting. She does a lot of anti-Trump ads. She’s trying to make it an election of why people shouldn’t vote for Trump, not why they should vote for her.

  • Transgender Man Gives Birth to his Female Transgender Partner’s Baby

    09/23/2016 4:43:44 PM PDT · 71 of 81
    Pinkbell to nickcarraway

    Nope. Not possible. Media is lying again.

  • Glenn Beck: Cruz backing Trump 'profoundly sad' (LOL!)

    09/23/2016 4:37:01 PM PDT · 73 of 129
    Pinkbell to jazusamo

    I wondered where Glenn Beck was. I thought maybe he was on suicide watch, although heading off to his bunker in the mountains doesn’t sounds so promising.

    Anyway, he fails to understand that the “idea” of America will be much harder to achieve, if it can be, after Hillary’s Supreme Court and amnesty.

  • Heil Donald? Students instructed to compare Hitler to Trump

    09/23/2016 3:28:01 PM PDT · 32 of 48
    Pinkbell to july4thfreedomfoundation
    Parents did not want to be identified because they feared retribution “from the very liberal school district.”

    “Most conservative parents don’t want to fight the system because they know they are going to be shouted down,” the dad told me. “Every parent is reticent to speak out because we are afraid the school board will come after us. We’ve seen them do that in the past.”

    This ties in with an article I just read about people being afraid to say they are voting for Trump. People have got to stand up and stop being afraid of being attacked by liberals. It's easier said than done because they have the media on their side, but if we don't stand up, they win.

  • Heil Donald? Students instructed to compare Hitler to Trump

    09/23/2016 3:22:09 PM PDT · 30 of 48
    Pinkbell to VitacoreVision

    The kids only have to go to the Washington Post for help doing that assignment. In fact, that’s probably where the teacher got her idea for this assignment.

  • To Help Clinton Win the First Debate, Campaign Asks for Online Support 'Early and Often'

    09/23/2016 1:54:03 PM PDT · 24 of 31
    Pinkbell to Lent

    Right. It isn’t who wins the debate, it’s who THEY SAY won the debate.

  • Ted Cruz endorsement of Donald Trump forthcoming: Report (WT)

    09/23/2016 12:11:55 PM PDT · 40 of 76
    Pinkbell to Innovative

    That’s why Cruz will do it if he does. It’s all about his political future. If Trump was doing badly in the polls right not, do you think Ted would come forth with an endorsement to try to help save him? No! He wouldn’t. He’d be planning his 2020 campaign. However, Trump is doing very well right now, and Ted is thinking that it would be better to support him for his own future prospects - including his 2018 Senate race. He’s walking a fine line here if he endorses because there are Trump supporters who like him and will welcome it, but there are other Trump supporters who see him doing it for political expediency. He has to regain Trump supporters again and keep his diehards.

    Now over to Twitter to read #CruzCrew tweets.

  • To Help Clinton Win the First Debate, Campaign Asks for Online Support 'Early and Often'

    09/22/2016 11:20:06 PM PDT · 1 of 31
    They have to tell her supporters to Tweet that she won to give the illusion that she won whether she won or not.

    Also, their biggest fear is:

    They believe Trump will be given softer questions than his opponent.

    So we know their debate strategy. Have Hillary supporters Tweet that she won, and if that doesn't work, blame the moderator.

    I posted an article just the other day that Lester Holt is a Republican. That said, there is no way after what NBC sees as failures with Lauer (and Fallon too) not going after Trump, that Lester isn't going to have tough questions for Trump. I only hope that are as tough for Hillary.

  • Cruz supporters alarmed by possible Trump endorsement

    09/22/2016 9:52:41 PM PDT · 296 of 350
    Pinkbell to Jim Robinson

    I don’t think he’ll do it, and I say this because this is about Ted calculating his political future. Ted has already alienated Trump supporters. What does Ted have left? Ted has his diehards who have stood by him, whether it’s trying to get Trump kicked out at the convention or whether it’s after he was resoundingly booed off the stage at the convention. They’ve stood by him to the point that they still make known on Twitter that they are Cruz supporters and go around bashing Trump and retweeting anti-Trump stuff put up by Hillary supporters.

    At first, to Ted and his supporters, his stunt at the convention seemed like a good gamble because Hillary had her big convention bump in the polls and Trump’s poll numbers dropped after comments about Russia (of course he wasn’t encouraging espionage but media made it out like that), the Kahn controversy, and various other off the cuff statements. A series of high profile (establishment) Republicans came out in support of Hillary. They thought that Trump would lose and Ted could say, “See, I told you! Vote me in 2020!” However, Trump hired Kellyanne Conway and has turned things around and surged in the polls. For a while, the media kept speculating if he could act Presidential. You don’t hear them speculating on that talking point like they used to. He has a good shot at winning now with momentum on his side.

    If Ted changes his mind now, he may garner some favor with Trump voters, but he figures other Trump voters will still remember his actions and think that he sees a Trump win possibility or at least the degree of Trump’s popularity and think he is doing it for their vote in future elections. Recall that Ted has to run for Senate in 2018. Also, he risks losing his base of diehards that still see him as their hero and lament over the fact that he is not on the ballot.

    Ted is trying to calculate in his mind if he can support Trump and regain Trump supporters who once liked him while keeping his base of supporters or if he should stay the course. Yeah, he’s still bitter about Heidi and his dad (according to him after he was booed), but ultimately, Ted wants to be President someday, and political calculations are in mind.

  • Former Haitian Senate President: Clintons Exploited Haiti Earthquake ‘to Steal Billions ...'

    09/21/2016 11:43:13 PM PDT · 35 of 53
    Pinkbell to dp0622

    You assume that it will even be covered by the MSM. They are too busy covering Trump’s Foundation. This will likely be ignored.

  • Ellen DeGeneres Whines Over ‘Amazing’ Hillary Clinton Being Held to ‘Different Standard’

    09/21/2016 9:44:28 PM PDT · 49 of 59
    Pinkbell to drewh
    “...because she’s an amazing woman but there's so much judgment on her charm, her personality, whatever...”

    Her "charm"? Hahahahahahaha!

  • (vanity) CNN Asks for Police Help - After Race Baiting All Day

    09/21/2016 9:05:28 PM PDT · 36 of 54
    Pinkbell to TigerClaws

    I saw it, but it’s very hard to feel sorry for CNN when they immediately leap to conclusions after every shooting and fan the flames without getting any facts first.

  • First on CNN: ISIS suspected of mustard attack against US and Iraqi troops

    09/21/2016 2:45:49 PM PDT · 1 of 80
    Glad our troops are ok.
  • Donald Trump Says He'd Use Stop And Frisk To End Violence In Black Communities.

    09/21/2016 2:39:54 PM PDT · 11 of 26
    Pinkbell to erlayman; Behind the Blue Wall

    I guess that was my main question about it is whether it is Constitutional or violates “unreasonable search and seizures.”

  • Donald Trump Says He'd Use Stop And Frisk To End Violence In Black Communities.

    09/21/2016 2:18:51 PM PDT · 1 of 26
    I really don't know a lot about the program to be honest. I looked it up and saw mixed articles on whether or not it worked - of course a lot of liberal media sources said it didn't work.

    I'm curious to hear from FReepers on this. Did stop and frisk work? Is it a program that people support from a Constitutional stand point? There are black and hispanic people who didn't like it - saying it caused a disproportionate number of arrests in those communities, so do you think that could be a negative with Trump's outreach to those voters?

    Liberals currently going nuts on Twitter over it, and I imagine Hillary will use this as well as the Democrat pundits on the various shows.

    I'm curious to hear opinion here on whether people agree with it or not.

  • Donald Trump Called Debate Moderator Lester Holt a Democrat. He’s Actually a Republican.

    09/21/2016 12:44:06 AM PDT · 25 of 54
    Pinkbell to Robwin

    Hillary actually gathered up an actual “basket of deplorables” or Republicans who publicly came out against Trump and made an ad...which she runs over and over on TV.

  • Donald Trump Called Debate Moderator Lester Holt a Democrat. He’s Actually a Republican.

    09/21/2016 12:39:23 AM PDT · 24 of 54
    Pinkbell to pissant

    Valid point.

  • Donald Trump Called Debate Moderator Lester Holt a Democrat. He’s Actually a Republican.

    09/21/2016 12:38:34 AM PDT · 23 of 54
    Pinkbell to Dilbert San Diego

    I agree with you. I put CNN on after the forum just to see what they were saying, and they devoted their entire show after to Trump. They picked out various things Trump said like about Iraq (which the media went after Lauer for), Putin, the generals turned to “rubble” under Obama, etc. and ignored the fact that Hillary did not do well. She struggled to defend herself over the email scandal. At one point, she snapped on Lauer, realized what she was doing, and hurried and regained her composure. I thought that would be discussed. It wasn’t. They just put focus on Trump.

    Then I looked on Twitter and saw the media members were not pleased with Lauer. They wanted Lauer to go after Trump, especially on Iraq. Their hope was that Lauer destroy Trump that night and make Hillary look good.

    We have to realize that these journalists believe it is their duty to use their position to change the world for the better and make a difference. That’s not a bad thing in some situations, but in politics, that is obviously subjective. What one person considers for the better is not what another considers. The problem is that the vast majority of journalists are leftists, and what they consider for the better is taking our country further down the path of leftism. Therefore, they have become unofficial surrogates for the Clinton campaign - which isn’t doing so hot right now. The media knows this and is trying to carry their water.

  • Donald Trump Called Debate Moderator Lester Holt a Democrat. He’s Actually a Republican.

    09/20/2016 10:36:26 PM PDT · 8 of 54
    Pinkbell to Fai Mao

    Well, I will say that I think he does a good job hosting Dateline (which is obviously not a political show), so when I heard they assigned him to do the news after Williams left, I thought he was a good choice. I assumed he was a Democrat (I assume most in the media are or liberal Republicans), but then again, I certainly don’t expect a conservative doing a nightly newscast or show at NBC.

    He has never hosted a debate before. While I think he’ll have to be very tough on Trump to make up for Lauer, we’ll see if he’s equally as tough on Hillary.

  • Donald Trump Called Debate Moderator Lester Holt a Democrat. He’s Actually a Republican.

    09/20/2016 10:24:31 PM PDT · 1 of 54
    Lester's a Republican? He'd have to be a liberal one. I can't see NBC having a conservative Republican do their nightly news. I rarely see their nightly news, although I do see bias of NBC news, CBS, and ABC pointed out on Newsbusters. However, MSNBC is obviously very liberal. The reporters covering Trump and politics for NBC seem liberal if you read their Twitter accounts.

    I think that Trump may be right, and after what liberals decided was a fiasco with Matt Lauer, Holt will feel he has to be extra tough on him. NBC wouldn't be able to stand it if people think they were too easy on Trump twice.

    For the record, that would still make 2/3 debates hosted by Democrats or 3/4 moderators. I'm not sure about the VP debate.

  • Don’t compare Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. It belittles Hitler. (He's serious)

    09/20/2016 3:40:18 PM PDT · 16 of 39
    Pinkbell to mbrfl


  • Don’t compare Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. It belittles Hitler. (He's serious)

    09/20/2016 3:22:40 PM PDT · 7 of 39
    Pinkbell to Billthedrill

    Check out the comments’ section! There are liberals agreeing with him!

  • Don’t compare Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. It belittles Hitler. (He's serious)

    09/20/2016 3:17:54 PM PDT · 2 of 39
    Pinkbell to Pinkbell
    The Washington Post is so far in the tank for Hillary that I'm not sure they would find the surface if they had to get oxygen. One of their tactics, besides churning out generalized anti-Trump pieces on a daily basis, is to try to scare people into not voting for Trump by comparing him to Hitler and assorted dictators. This is is irresponsible, wrong, and an insult to those who suffered under Hitler and the millions who lost their lives. This is not the first time the liberals have compared GOP candidates to Hitler. They did it with George Bush. The leftists would have big anti-war parades with signs comparing George Bush to Hitler. They did it with McCain and Romney. Here's Romney:

    The next Republican in the next election will undoubtedly be referred to as Hitler, and they'll mean it that time!


    The moment of truth: We must stop Trump

    Like any number of us raised in the late 20th century, I have spent my life perplexed about exactly how Hitler could have come to power in Germany. Watching Donald Trump’s rise, I now understand. Leave aside whether a direct comparison of Trump to Hitler is accurate. That is not my point. My point rather is about how a demagogic opportunist can exploit a divided country.

    The Hitler-ification of Donald Trump

    Trump’s flirtation with fascism

    Donald Trump’s new favorite slogan was invented for Nazi sympathizers

    He wasn’t quite promising “America über alles,” but it comes close. “America First” was the motto of Nazi-friendly Americans in the 1930s, and Trump has more than just a catchphrase in common with them.

    Would checks and balances stop Trump? Don’t bet on it.

    Trump is following in the path of despots

    Donald Trump’s creepy fascist infomercial

    The theory of political leadership that Donald Trump shares with Adolf Hitler

    Don’t compare Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. It belittles Hitler.

    Trump’s Hitlerian disregard for the truth

    From building walls to Hitler comparisons, Emmy night was full of digs at Trump


    Donald Trump, America’s modern Mussolini

    In 1927, Fox News Service filmed Benito Mussolini telling immigrants to ‘make America great’


    This is how fascism comes to America

    How does Donald Trump stack up against American literature’s fictional dictators? Pretty well, actually.

    Clinton hits Trump’s dictator infatuation

    Trump’s favorite dictators: In reviled tyrants, GOP nominee finds traits to praise

    Donald Trump is a unique threat to American democracy

    Former Mexican president calls Trump ‘a false prophet’ and warns, ‘Wake up, America!’

  • Don’t compare Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. It belittles Hitler. (He's serious)

    09/20/2016 3:16:58 PM PDT · 1 of 39
    This article is so disturbing. There are two parts to this. First, addressing this article. Second, we have to address the number of times the Washington Post has referred to Trump as Hitler. They are going after Don Jr. now too.

    I am a Jew — a New York Writer Liberal Jew, the scariest Jew of all — and from a very young age, I was taught about an unimaginable horror called the Holocaust and about an evil man named Adolf Hitler.

    The Jew part doesn't scare me at all. The only thing scary is "New York Writer Liberal."

    Hitler was a psychopath. Trump is just a con man.

    Even if that were true, how in the world would that make Trump worse? There is a huge difference in a psychopath who murdered and tortured millions and a con man.

    Hitler had some opinions, he had some plans. They were monstrous and evil, and reason enough for even an avowed atheist to consider the existence of Satan. But I don’t recall Hitler flip-flopping. I don’t see him saying one morning, “I’m going to invade Poland,” and then “softening” his stance that afternoon after meeting with Sean Hannity. He didn’t decide to kill the Jews, then change his mind when his new campaign manager arrived. “I said the kill the Jew — singular, one Jew, not all the Jews. Just the bad ones.” Hitler was a megalomaniacal psychopath who should burn in Hell for eternity… who actually believed in something.

    He's an atheist. So he's not even a practicing Jew.

    This man, who was raised in synagogue and sat next to a man who survived the Holocaust, says Hitler was a "megalomaniacal psychopath", but gosh darn it, at least he had "opinions" and "plans". This is better than Trump who has changed his mind on issues - although I think he has been consistent on issues like lowering taxes, removing regulations, expanding American energy, building the wall, trade, America first foreign policy, repealing Obamacare, school choice, and appointing conservative SCOTUS judges. Irrelevant, though, that Trump has changed his mind on things after time and discussion. Hitler was at least not a flip flopper - he was consistent.

    To make a buck, to get out of hock, to get some fame, to get his own TV network — the ignominious ends always justify the ignoble means. Even his run for president is a con, a way to gain even more power than this millionaire’s son was already born with. It certainly isn’t to implement any deeply felt ideas. It can’t be. He hasn’t got any. It’s all about the con.

    First of all, Trump already had bucks. Trump already had fame. Trump spent over 60 million of his own money to run for President. If there is any candidate running for the sheer power, it is Hillary Clinton. She stuck with Bill and enabled his bimbo chasing, working her way from governor's wife, to First Lady, to Senator, to a failed run, to Secretary of State, and now she is aiming for the Presidency again. That has always been her ultimate goal. She wants the power. As stated above, Trump does have consistent positions on issues.

    And give the man credit, by the way — he’s good at it. He is, as he says, the best. The white nationalists are eating it up,

    Trump has disavowed them, but continue on. The Communists have endorsed Hillary by the way with no disavowal.

    Am I praising Hitler? No. I’m saying that if you absolutely had to find just one thing to say about Hitler that was positive — if you could somehow siphon out all the festering, maggot-infested sewage that filled his soul to reveal one razor-thin sliver to point to in his favor — you could possibly say, well, at least he believed what he said.

    WOW! (He says you can't say that about Trump.)

    Is Trump a megalomaniacal demagogue? Yes. Is he a sociopath? Undoubtedly. Is he dangerous? Maybe.

    Wait a minute. Am I reading the same article? He just said that Trump isn't a psychopath but a con man paragraphs earlier. Now he's sociopath which is essentially the same thing. He also said Hitler was megalomaniacal while referring to Trump as a con man, but not he has applied that word to Trump too.

    The comparison that matters is not, “Is Donald Trump like Hitler?” but, “Are we like Hitler’s willing executioners?”

    This is from the same people that bristle when abortion is compared to the Holocaust because there are legitimately over 50 million dead unborn children. However, this guy makes a Holocaust style comparison with Donald Trump and liberals praise it. Shameful.

    Will we look the other way, say we didn’t know, stand silently by while millions of our neighbors are rounded up, while women who get abortions are “punished,” while immigrants are given “ideology tests” and our leader heaps praise on oppressive tyrants?

    ~Millions of your neighbors rounded up? I would assume he is referring to people who are here ILLEGALLY. Also, based on Trump's speech it doesn't sound like there is going to be a big round up of illegal immigrants right away (if ever). It sounds like the focus will be on securing the borders and rounding up criminals. How many illegal immigrants do you think are neighbors to this guy anyway? I mean, really. If he's like a lot of liberal elitists, he lives in a nice neighborhood or nice part of town where there are no illegal immigrants next door.

    ~Trump is NOT going to punish women who get abortions. Useless argument.

    ~Trump wants to check immigrants to ensure that they are immigrants who love and want to assimilate into this country, not people who want to do it harm. Hitler!

    ~Here we go with the old Washington Post Trump and tyrants spiel again to end this. I have done extensive posts addressing these issues if anyone is interested:

    Hillary's Camp Says Trump Loves Dictators - Media Agrees With Slew Of Articles

    Barack Obama And Dictators

    Hillary Clinton's Ties To Russia

  • Trump & the Press—A Death Struggle

    09/20/2016 1:43:35 AM PDT · 12 of 23
    Pinkbell to chris37

    Yikes! Get well soon! I’ll include you in my prayers.

    It made me happy too. I laugh every time I think of it. Trump is the GOP candidate we have been dreaming of. Most candidates roll over for the media attacks. Trump plots a counteroffensive.

  • George H.W. Bush to vote for Hillary

    09/20/2016 1:02:50 AM PDT · 153 of 193
    Pinkbell to Trump20162020

    This doesn’t surprise me at all. In fact, I expected him to. The Bushs and Clintons have been very close. Some people say that the two parties were really one at the top, and things like this make me believe them. The establishment is bigger than party. It shows how much they care about abortion and the Supreme Court, gun control, and lower taxes. Obviously there are disagreements on immigration, trade, and foreign policy with Trump, but I would think that after there was a terrorist attack that his son dealt with as President that he would want a strong foreign policy. However, Hillary voted for the war in Iraq and has shown to be ready to go to war. She is neocon like in her foreign policy. It’s why the neocons like her. The bottom line is, both sides are elite with their own sets of big money donors and lobbyists. It’s not surprising and explains why many former Bush aides are among those who endorsed Clinton or won’t support Trump at the least.

  • Why Hillary Lost: A Premature Obit (HuffPo meltdown!)

    09/19/2016 10:03:16 AM PDT · 52 of 129
    Pinkbell to TigerClaws

    I just read their list. I guess they forgot Benghazi, Her Emails, The Clinton Foundation and state department, and her lying about her health. The writer of this piece doesn’t understand why she would lose.

  • Why Hillary Lost: A Premature Obit (HuffPo meltdown!)

    09/19/2016 10:00:53 AM PDT · 48 of 129
    Pinkbell to TigerClaws
    If Trump wins, we’re all going to be too busy moving to Canada to read the postmortems (or write them), so we offer them to you now: RANK REASON

    As wonderful as them moving to Canada, I think it's ironic they never want to move to Mexico.

  • More than 800 immigrants mistakenly granted citizenship

    09/19/2016 9:11:11 AM PDT · 5 of 37
    Pinkbell to jennychase

    “Mistankenly” Suuuuuurre.

  • General Election: Clinton average lead down to .9%

    09/18/2016 11:27:59 PM PDT · 6 of 51
    Pinkbell to Eleutheria5
  • Media Attacks Trump For Saying "A Bomb Went Off In NY"...But Hillary Said Same Thing

    09/18/2016 11:24:44 PM PDT · 68 of 68
    Pinkbell to windsorknot

    Yesterday morning, they attacked him for not offering condolences and comforting words to the victims quickly enough.

  • Media Attacks Trump For Saying "A Bomb Went Off In NY"...But Hillary Said Same Thing

    09/18/2016 10:47:45 PM PDT · 66 of 68
    Pinkbell to SMGFan

    Essentially the same meaning, yes.

  • Candidates who don't back Trump may not be allowed to run again, RNC chairman says

    09/18/2016 8:55:07 PM PDT · 54 of 70
    Pinkbell to ConservativeMind

    I believe Fiorina has come out in support of Trump.

  • Trump Hits Record High in LA Times/USC Poll, Lead Nears 7%

    09/18/2016 8:52:58 PM PDT · 93 of 96
    Pinkbell to Graybeard58

    Could be tomorrow.