Skip to comments.When will Jim banish Trump supporters from FR, like he did with Giuliani advocates? [JR @ 305]
Posted on 07/25/2015 2:15:15 PM PDT by ken5050
On 4/23/2007, Jim Robinson posted a manifesto, "Giuliani as the GOP presidential nominee would be a dagger in the heart of the conservative movement" (and a knife in the back) . The thread was subtitled, "The only difference in a Liberal Rudy Giuliani and Liberal Hillary Clinton is the fact of which bathrooms they select to use and there are some who are willing to even question that.
Or "Bump," "BTTT," "(((((hugs)))))", etc.
Abortion is dying and will be dealt a coup de grace hastening its death as these videos get out one by one.
White people are terrified to be called racist and as these videos get out, white people won’t want to be associated with this genocide.
Gd willing, black people will WAKE UP and see the worst rwcism that could be possible against them is happening from the LEFT.
Thank Gd. And thank O’Keefe et al.
And I agree with YOU on all your points. You expressed my big fear about Trump, given his substantial support for Hillary in the past.
Logically speaking, what would be in it for Donald Trump to support baby parts sales? Why would he nominate an AG who would tolerate baby parts sales?
In the middle early 1800s (whenever Dewey Decimal gave libraries the decimal system in place of binary book serialization,) there was a big fight between the US and UK (partially Canada) about how to order books - left to right, or up or down, on shelves. This gave way to IBTS, a new way of indexing/cataloging books and archives that was based on letters and numbers. Some museums also used this for a number of months, others for literally years. Ultimately there was a shift to using "International Standard Book Number" not as a way of of organizing books, but as a way of identifying books, or IBTZ.
It's essentially a mis-spelled comical reference to 'throwing the book at someone' who says the wrong thing.
But we would have had President Rudy and the GOP would be further left than it is now.
In Before The Zot.
“He is not even a Republican.
1. Boehner is a Republican
2. McConnell is a Republican
3. Scalise is a Republican
4. Cornyn is a Republican
This getting tedious, but you get my drift.
I hear what you did there.
I support Trump...
I support Trump calling out the gop-E as the complicit conspirators that they are...
I support Trump calling out the VA...
I support Trump causing the gop-E to wet their panties because they can’t control him...
I support Trump because the liberals have their knickers tied in knots trying to find something, anything to shut him up...
I support Trump because he is causing RINOs to expose themselves as the traitors to conservatism that they are...(Niki Haley comes to mind)
I support Trump calling out the PC nonsense in this Nation...
I support him because he’s forcing people to rethink what they’ve been told, taught, led to believe, and probably most importantly, how the government in DC has become one against the people...
I support WHAT he is doing, but he’s not my preferred candidate...
If we turn our backs to a man who is willing to expose himself to the kind of retribution he has, who then will be willing to stand up and fight for many of the things we believe in?
Trump is the liberal democrat running as a republican.
Nope. Trump is the bull in the progressive china shop. And he’s smashing everything in sight. Naturally, progressives in both parties hate him for attacking their orthodoxy.
Most importantly, Trump is disrupting the status quo. The surest way to conservative defeat in 2016 is another standard POTUS campaign. The progressives corportists in both parties will again tag team us with top cover from the MSM.
We need a new paradigm and coalition to beat them. Trump hopefully gives us that.
Well, here we go again. His site, his rules. Better?
People tend to think that the attorney general, has his/her own priorities independent of the president.
The attorney general of the previous Bush administration made life very difficult for a couple of border patrol agents who tried to do their job. Bush sat back and enjoyed the show.
Here we go again. His site, his rules. Okay? Better?
I’m ken’s friend, have been for a decade, but he could have done this different.
No worries, ken’s still a solid freeper.
Nothing wrong in evolving so long as it is in the right direction.
I’m really surprised at you ken!!!!!!!
Yours was an unkind post.....and you hit and run with it.
At least give the courtesy of an answer to your long time friends here!!!!!!
FWIW, I like TRUMP!.....and you know where my social agenda lies.
I’m willing to give the man a window to see what he’s going to do.....and so far he’s doing plenty .....and it’s good!!!
I liked Giuliani and still do. I would have supported him if he had been the nominee. Hes pro law and order and would have been light years above Obama. I couldnt voice that much here at the time as I would have been attacked and maybe banned. I loved his attack not too long ago against Obama. It was very Trumpesque in its honesty. It was disappointing that even he felt he had to back peddle to some extent in the days after. He shouldn’t have done that, IMO.
I’m not particularly pro-Trump as I’m pro-Trump not taking any crap. We’ve watched the Repub politicians play nice for far too long and it’s gotten us nothing. We reward the lousy paintywaists with good mid-terms and even good Presidential year races (2004), and they stab us in the back each time, but it’s all we had.
I think it’s very wrong to ask for purges. I think FR was hurt greatly by doing that. It limited creativity, interest, and thought here. I would never ask for that against someone unless they were obviously a Dem.
I voted for McCain in 2008...mostly because of the threat of Obama and for the introduction of Palin. I like her and still do even though I think her time has passed as a viable political candidate...at least as far as president. I voted for Romney in 2012. I’d gladly vote for a Scott Walker or Ted Cruz in 2016. We need a real fighter this time, though. Not a talker. Not a backstabber. Not a reach across the aisle type. We also need a communicator. Bush was terrible at that and it hurt us greatly. What it comes down to is that the country is too far gone. Obama has completely destroyed and demoralized. And that is why Trump is doing well. He’s giving it back to people and people are attracted to that. We need someone to fight because there is much urgency at this point in time.
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