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  • David M

    Ummmm Yup. Guilty as charged. Go Zed!!!

    • MasterDiver

      I’ve even got a membership card!

  • Kafiroon

    Will they remember and morn for our demise in the coming gulag’s and/or fema camps?

    • Too Tall

      Given their incompetence, ignorance, and inability to deal with reality; it is far more probable that liberals. socialists, marxists, progressives, communists, et al will be extinct, long before the first gulag or FEMA camp is up and running.

      As Robert Heinlein said: “The only capital crime in nature is stupidity, and the punishment while not always swift, is certain.”

    • rooftop voter

      Who said anything about agreeing to a Gulag or FEMA camp?

      I don’t remember thinking too much about it as I was sighting in the last AR……..

      Remember, Alpha Male? ” Men of the South, it is better to die on your feet than live on your knees” – Zapata

    • Kafiroon

      Yah,Hey. I was not clear enough that I expect all of A’s to go down fighting. I was thinking of all the “peace now”, and thug types that get ‘camped’ to be “re-educated”

  • WayneM

    Is it okay if I don’t imagine the reality Zed describes? It gives me a headache…

  • JTC

    She left off the best one…he’s a Marxistist!

    As for Sarahcuda, she’s still a milf and still makes the progs crazy, that’s all good. And she’d make a badass RNC chairman; shake those damn wingtips up and dump that damn Prius or whatever his name is.

    And she and the corn country gov might have just took TC down a notch so he’ll see he needs to be veep for 4 years to be ready for ’20. Of course he’s right about the gasohol and a lot of other stuff, but he ain’t quite ready for prime time; he can learn a lot about that from the Donald.

    Trump/Cruz ’16
    Cruz/? ’20

  • Spin Drift

    Long game is that the Palin endorsement of Trump maybe enough to get the establishment repubs to back Cruz to stop Donald Windsock Trump (his political direction is whatever way the political winds blow his toupee.) I still see Ted as a better solution set than Trump.

    As to being better for prime time nobody is going to deal with Windsock because he will change directions in a heartbeat if the winds blow that way.

    Deal makers stand their position and get a deal that is within that position. it may not be perfect but it is better than being sold out. Anybody remember what the repubs have been doing to us for the last 4 years.

    Spin
    “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.” B. Dylan

    • JTC

      “…the Palin endorsement of Trump maybe enough to get the establishment repubs to back Cruz…”

      So, how ironic is this? the Palin endorsement of Trump maybe enough to get the establishment repubs to back Cruz

      Neither is true of course; those wingtips are scared shitless of both of them. Funny as hell though. 😉

        • H_B

          That’s actually pretty brutal. First potentially successful attack I’ve seen on Trump. (And if he’d thought of it then, it would have mattered a lot more in the debate than his “New York Values” comment.)

          • JTC

            No harm no foul, DT can just ask Prius, Ryano and the nitwit SC gov from Punjab (call me Nikki!) if he gets their endorsements and watch them turn blue…

            Actually a major backfire for TC methinks, he needs to think before yapping if he wants to be vice, exactly my point about needing time to marinate.

          • H_B

            Might not work. Bob Dole just gave a backhanded endorsement to Trump (over Cruz).

  • JTC

    Hard to see how it’s a good thing for the wingtips who have sold us out for two cycles to get behind Ted as a compromise…more likely the kiss of death for him.

    As for political winds, hell I was once a Jimmy Carter supporter; intelligent people learn and change when presented with logic, reason, and hard facts.

    And deal making? I do not think anyone wants to go head to head with the dude who perfected the art of it. No doubt that’s what happened with Sarah, we’ll see where she ends up in a Trump admin. Same for little ell Rand Paul, can you imagine a better choice for head of the department of getting rid of departments? He’s putting together a team, and we best all hope it’s a winner.

    • H_B

      I’ve got a short-list of dream administration appointments. I’d love to see John Bolton as Secretary of State. I expect he’d go in there with a big axe and fire a lot of career bureaucrats.

      I’d also like to see Ann Coulter as White House Press Secretary. That would only last a couple of weeks though, because after that all the White House press corp would have died of apoplexy.

    • John Greer

      What was it Winston Churchill said? If you are not a liberal by the time you are twenty you have no heart. If you are not a conservative by the time you are fifty you have no brain?

  • JTC

    This example of not being ready for prime time will be playing in prime time this weekend:

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/cruz-dons-face-paint-in-appeal-to-hunters-gun-owners/ar-BBorGH5?li=BBnb7Kz

    Getting close to going all Dukakis there; he’s awesome on 2A and a LOT of other issues, but the boy needs time to marinate. Can’t imagine DT doing facepaint no matter which way the wind’s blowing.

    And further to the team-building and deal-making, Cruz in second chair for four years with a private plan to take the top of the ticket after the dismantling of the disaster of the last twelve (yes, twelve) would be a great one, paving the way for the ’20’s to be my childrens’ version of the 80’s (please God).

  • Morris

    “Thanks” Perfect response.

  • It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it.

    • jackdeth72

      This is not a job for amateurs!

  • jackdeth72

    Memo to Skye:

    And?…

    You forgot “Gun Loving”.

  • H_B

    Y’know, I’ve commented on it before but I think it bears repeating today: Trump is an incredible political operator – yet gets no recognition for it. Someone assails him and he immediately ripostes in a telling and disabling way.

    In the heating competition between Cruz and Trump, the Senator starts attacking him for not being a “real” conservative. (He certainly doesn’t appear to approach things from a high ideological standpoint – certainly not in the way that I’d prefer, but Reagan isn’t available anymore…) Days later, Trump trots out Tea Party standard-bearer Sarah Palin and neatly undercuts Cruz’s attack without devolving into a “Yes I am”-“No you’re not” argument.

    And that’s not even to mention that he made Hillary Clinton shut up and back down. When has that ever happened before?

    Whatever comes of this campaign season, this is an impressive performance to watch.

    • Iconoclast

      To reply succinctly: “You BETCHA !!”

      • rooftop voter

        Ayup!

        It’s why I love Trump……..

  • The only label I find objectionable is “homophobic”.
    I just can’t see Zed as afraid of homosexuals

    • GWB

      Yes, their use of that word is just one more example of turning language on its head.

    • Otto Didact

      The problem is that as the word is used now it really does’t mean “afraid” but disapproving of homosexuals. I have never met any man who was genuily fearful of faggots. In my experience most hetero males find homosexual behavior so repugnant that they try to minimize any contact with homosexuals. The “phobia” aspect is a sobriquet applied by the left to explain that repugnance. It is an attempt to control the narriative so as to make a normal behavior seem abnormal and pathological. It is part of the “new speak” PC process described by Orwell so many years ago.

  • Ozymandias

    Skye didn’t seem to mind that alpha-male part when he was saving her ass from Karl.

  • B Woodman

    I agree with Sam, I would consider Skye’s “insult” to be the highest of compliments.
    “Better to be despised by the despicable, then admired by the admirable.”

    • billf

      Yes,this.

  • OpenTheDoor

    What Progs consider insults, I consider a red badge of courage, shows you have been in the fracas.
    They call us names they dislike, like water off a ducks back, yum, ducks.

    • JTC

      “…yum, ducks.”

      We’ll see how the progs like this:

      In the TC facepaint commercial this weekend, apparently after displaying a nice mound of feathered victims, one of those bearded dudes out of La. will say of Ted, “if you’re gonna be one of us, you gotta be able to shoot a duck and make a good duck gumbo…Ted Cruz is one of us!”

      Not as good as a Sarahcuda endorsement, but I like it!

  • Bill G

    “Politics makes for strange bedfellows” is an old phrase. But it’s the left that has the really strange combos – as in the way that the LGBTXYZ (or whatever it is today) cannot say anything about CAIR, et al, who represent in ideology that would behead or stone them.

  • Pamela

    Truth always wills out and Sam is a lucky woman.

    This came in an email and has a different slant on the why of DT:

    You’ve been on vacation for two weeks, you come home, and your basement is infested with raccoons. Hundreds of rabid, messy, mean raccoons have overtaken your basement. You want them gone
    immediately so you hire a guy. A pro. You don’t care if the guy smells,
    you need those raccoons gone pronto and he’s the guy to do it! You don’t care if the guy swears, you don’t care if he’s an alcoholic, you don’t
    care how many times he’s been married, you don’t care if he voted for
    Obama, you don’t care if he has plumber’s crack…you simply want those
    raccoons gone! You want your problem fixed! He’s the guy. He’s the best. Period.
    That’s why Trump. Yes he’s a bit of an ass, yes he’s an egomaniac, but you don’t care. The country is a mess because politicians suck, the Republican Party is two-faced & gutless, illegal’s are everywhere. You want it all fixed!

    You don’t care that Trump is crude, you don’t care that he insults people, you don’t care that he had been friendly with Hillary, you don’t care that he has changed positions, you don’t care that he’s been married 3 times, you don’t care that he fights with Megyn Kelly and Rosie O’Donnell, you don’t care that he doesn’t know the name of some Muslin terrorist,…this country is weak, bankrupt, our enemies are making fun of us, we are being invaded by illegal’s, we are becoming a nation of victims where every Tom, Ricardo and Hamid is a special group with special rights to a point where we don’t even recognize the country we were born and raised in; “AND WE JUST WANT IT FIXED” and Trump is the only guy who seems to understand what the people want.

    You’re sick of politicians, sick of the Democratic Party, Republican Party, and sick of illegal’s. You just want this thing fixed. Trump may not be a saint, but doesn’t have lobbyist money holding him, he doesn’t have political correctness restraining him, all you know is that he has been very successful, a good negotiator, he has built a lot of things, and he’s also not a politician, he’s not a cowardly politician.
    And he says he’ll fix it.
    You don’t care if the guy has bad hair.
    You just want those raccoons gone.
    Out of your house.

    Now!

    • JTC

      Heh. New campaign slogan:

      “Get those ‘coons out of our house!”

      Maybe not. Great email though.

    • billf

      Your analogue has several good points.I don’t particularly care for DT as a celebrity,but he has the opinions about what’s wrong,that are closest to mine ,of all the candidates .(Of most politicians ,for that matter)
      You don’t have to like the guy,just as long as he gets the job done.

      • H_B

        I don’t like Trump at all. And I don’t trust (anymore) that any politician is going to do what they say, no matter how sensible it is or how stridently they say it. But I loooove what he’s doing to the GOP establishment and PC-hall monitors.

        “Measure a man by his enemies.”

    • David M

      This is a persuasive argument indeed.

      I no longer identify as GOP, they left me way before I left them and now the seem like feckless Dem-light Proglodyte Elite infested vermin such as rabid raccoons indeed.

      This is an effective argument.

      Hmmm…

    • Browncoat

      But what if the guy that gets rid of the raccoons just replaces them with possums? Or skunks? Because he ‘knows a guy’ in the possum/skunk market…

      • JTC

        Skunks? Just hold yer nose.

        Possum? Hell, they can’t get across the road; no threat.

        But them damn ‘coons is evil, mean, nasty, and conniving!

        • H_B

          I must politely disagree with you. Possums are utterly revolting animals. Skunks are pretty inoffensive if you show respect and don’t mess with/crowd them.

          • JTC

            “Possums* are utterly revolting animals.”

            Frogs too, but give me a slimy Frenchie instead of a Russkie in a coonskin coat anytime. 🙂

            *Also, Jed & Granny whupped up a helluva stew from ’em.

  • Curley Gumbo

    I do not see the surprise about Sarah Palin. Trump was talking about her when he first started running for president. I think she has been in his corner from the beginning.

  • Paladin

    I am seriously disappointed with Sarah. Really Trump over Cruz? Cruz is the embodiment of the Tea-Party.

    My hope was that Trump would go to Cruz with “the Deal”. “Look Ted..may I call you Ted? OK. You run as my VP. Now just listen. See I will get bored with this whole President thing, since I won’t be able to Fire Congress. So, I’ll serve 2years and a couple of days, then resign. Then you can finish my term, and run for two of your own. That will give you 10 years to straighten this country out…It will be Hugggeee!”

    • Browncoat

      I think I can get behind that plan… Have your people call his people and make it happen.

    • H_B

      It’s spelled “Yugggeee”; with a “y”.

    • JTC

      As I said upthread and for the past few months, DT doesn’t want to be prez, he just wants to win, he’ll be done after four and if TC acts right and keeps his mouth shut a little more often, he’ll be in for eight.

      Trump/Cruz ’16
      Cruz/? ’20

      • rooftop voter

        Amen, if Ted would simply learn from Trump how to work people, he would be unbeatable.

        Sarah would make the perfect next Secretary of the Interior………..

        i could see a hundred Libbies heads explode every time she said “Drill baby DRILL!”

  • Spin Drift

    If in fact winDsock is already cutting cabinet deals for endorsements, is the SarahCuda a sell out? My gun toting/conservative spousal unit hates her. Why I don’t know but if anything put a nail in winDsock’s ticket that was it. While being on the fence before, she is now “Totally for Ted.” I found this out during some pillow speak last night. She spoke I listened, no rebuttals were entertained. Politics does make the strangest bedfellows.

    Spin
    TrusTed
    The tale of the tape starts in Iowa

    • H_B

      Lots of women hate her. She’s attractive, successful, and popular with lots of men – so of course they hate her. That really is SOP (and incidentally why successful female political leaders are so much rarer than men in the world).

      • JTC

        More importantly, ALL progs and rinos hate her. As I said upthread, put her in Prius’s chair at RNC and she will shake some shit UP!

  • nadadhimmi

    When Skye mentions Alpha Male, it’s interesting where her right hand is, and what she’s rubbing.

    • rooftop voter

      Good catch!

      Maybe there is hope for her after all………

  • Brodder

    I know Trumps a bit “off”, but Sarah P I think shes pure concentrated nut butter. Woman scares me in the visceral way that happens when you find out you done stuck your dick in crazy.
    I never discount my gut feelings in these things. Saved my ass in the Army and Navy- and saved my ass as a kid during coups in Brazil and Peru.
    I think Trumps gonna gather in the troops/cabinet early – if naught to force the others to show who they favor so he can destroy them as part of the system. trump will just say, “What? I’m famous for saying, ‘You’re Fired.’ Of course I can change my picks…now about their’s…let me just say………..”

    I still think he’s a NYC Democrat who’s figured that if he’s a bit more conservative he can win big. That’s what matters to him. If he gets ignored or fails in primaries, he’ll take his game and back Hilary big time.

    He owes clintons big for certain laws and they him for donations…

    What we need for President is a no nonsense dwarf (classic D&D) Hammer in hand ready to wade in and adjust kneecaps until everything is as it should be.

    Our biggest problem isn’t at top, it’s the entire system that ensures everyone gets a turn at top and keeps them and their cronies in power. That needs to be gutted. Logrolling is what killed GOP. THey assumed they’d always have certain votes, instead of adjusting and moving out – stretching to reach more and more voters.

  • Steve H

    Just asking, is someone holding a baby bump?

    • steveb919

      Just a pooch I think. But interesting where her hand is as she spouts off.

    • Tuna

      That’s what I thought too. But Skye is so responsible- I can’t believe she’d do that…again…unless some rich Baby-daddy was involved. Trump was at the DD no too long ago. Hmm.

  • Skip

    I don’t know what the problem is with Sarah Palin endorsing Donald Trump. Was he supposed to tell her to go away…don’t come near me? I met Palin at a fundraiser in my city and she was a nice lady and the only one who seemed to want to win in 2008. McCain ran a terrible campaign and almost anyone could have won after eight years of George W. Bush.

  • My first reaction was heartbreak. As in a freshly minted one-handed Luke Skywalker yelling NOOOOOOO!!!

    After I got over the shock, I realized that either Trump or Cruz was going to drive everyone batshit crazy with a realized win in November. While my preference was Cruz, I would accept Trump as an alternative to Clinton, Sanders, Bush, etc.

    If we can’t outright turn around and away from the abyss, we can at least slow down the approach until we can get someone in office capable of the 180 degree turn.

    It hacks me off to no end that we have to do things the hard way rather than the smart way.

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