This is quite interesting:
This is quite interesting:
TRUMP!!! HAS !!! WON!!!!!
THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN, AND THE SOUND IS GLORIOUS!!!
And Trump took WISCONSIN!!!! I can hardly believe that. My own, humble little state, which everybody (including us) figured would go for Clinton, has not only cast it’s vote for Trump, we’ve re-elected a much deserving U.S. Senator. Hearty, high-energy congratulations to both President-Elect Trump, and Senator Ron Johnson! What a great day this is! Wisconsin hasn’t gone Republican in a Presidential race since freakin’ 1984!!
Now please pardon me while I go dance around my apartment and laugh in sheer glee some more. I feel like a six-year-old on Christmas morning, and it’s the BEST CHRISTMAS EVER! :D
I really have to laugh at this:
Not only is this really, really weak (in fact, Buzzfeed wouldn’t even touch it), it’s especially laughable to me considering that, prior to Trump throwing his hat in the ring last year, I had fully intended on casting a write-in vote for Vladimir Putin for President.
Strictly as a protest vote, of course, since Putin is not actually eligible to serve as President. But give me a break. These people don’t understand the obvious: THEY ARE SO CROOKED WE WOULD RATHER HAVE THE RUSSIANS THAN THEM.
Guys, this is what war looks like before people start fucking shooting each other. – Anon
Posted yesterday by a random everyman, in a place that I frequent, shortly after the four lying female shits-of-the-day came forward with obviously fabricated sexual allegations against Trump. Recall during the 2nd debate how the slimeball moderator pressed Trump for a firm, unequivocal denial of sexual misconduct. We now see the reason for that.
Liberals have pushed and pushed and pushed the “why is a woman’s word not enough?” narrative on sexual assaults and misconduct, and so-called conservatives have done nothing to stop them. Many people are beginning to accept that principle as just. When the public considers a man guilty of a sexual offense simply on the say-so of one woman, how easy is it, given sufficient incentive, to find the right woman willing to say the right things to smack somebody down on an as-needed basis?
But what happens if the person being smacked refuses to back down? Does the brinkmanship stop, or do things escalate even more?
What the establishment and their media shills are doing now is engaging in legally actionable conduct, as evidenced by Trump siccing his lawyers on the New York Times. Trump has the best lawyers in the business. If they are threatening legal action and using the term “libelous” in all seriousness, it’s a safe bet that they are not just making shit up and they are not kidding.
Where do things go from here?
(Best possible outcome at this point would be for 1) the recent allegations to fall down like a house of cards (haha) under scrutiny, thereby 2) embarrassing and discrediting the living shit out of the left-wing dweebs who’ve promulgated them, which in turn might just results in 3) increased support for Trump. I’ll keep my fingers crossed. Early indications are that (1) may already be happening, assuming anybody can get the MSM to actually listen and repeat the info.)
It’s tempting to think of this in the context of the current GOP political maelstrom, but that could very well be inaccurate. It’s unknown what Senator Gudex’s actual motive was. It’s been at least a year (if I remember right) since he decided he was not going to run for reelection.
I didn’t know the Senator personally, but I know people who were acquainted with him. He was the sort of man who made a good impression on people, and who people (myself included) would have been happy to vote for, had he decided to run for reelection. In fact, I recall some consternation among conservatives in these parts when he announced he was not going to do that.
I am a die-hard skeptic in terms of the existence of an afterlife, but if there is such a thing, I hope he is forgiven for taking his own life, and that he can find some peace.
“A Republic, if you can keep it.” – Benjamin Franklin
This is attributed to Franklin as his response to the question, “Well, Doctor, what have we got—a Republic or a Monarchy?” asked at the conclusion of the Constitutional Convention in 1787.
I’ve seen it written in an expanded form, presumably for the sake of clarity:
“You’ve got yourselves a republic, if you can keep it.”
Franklin understood that having defined the United States as a Republic was no guarantee that an American Republic would actually occur. That guarantee can ultimately and only be provided by the American people. if it’s going to happen, we have to make it happen ourselves.
This is really the central issue in the current Presidential race. Do the plutocrats and their hand-picked candidate with her pre-defined agenda get to decide the future of this country, including our future and the future of our children? Or do those decisions rest, as they should, with We, the American People?
Donald J. Trump, every bit as imperfect as the great men who crafted the Constitution so long ago, is the first candidate in my lifetime to actually give us a shot at the latter. We would be fools to pass it up.
Midway through debate #2 and, thus far, Trump is firing on all cylinders. It’s a beauty to behold.
 Whew! It’s over. What a ride!