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Sunday, January 10, 2016

Why the man with the funny hair is so popular

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled Why the Man with the Funny Hair is so Popular.

15 comments:

  1. If the election isn't already bought & paid for, I think we'll see Trump elected. There are so many more people who are finally waking up to what the establishment of both parties have been up to for many years.

    One thing to remember, if you want to vote for Trump, you need to support him in the primary to support him in the general election. In most states, you must be a registered Republican to vote in the Republican primary. Hold your nose & sign up as a Republican or keep on the Republican roles for now. Perhaps this year I will not feel I'm just voting for the lessor of 2 evils for a change.
    Mary

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  2. If America wanted a MORAL man, they'd elect Huckabee, but we know he doesn't stand the chance of the proverbial snowball. If they wanted someone with common sense, they'd elect Trump, but I don't believe they do. THEREFORE, since they actively PREFER someone with neither morals NOR common sense, they'll elect Hillary.

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  3. From one Red State Rube to another, great stuff. Right on the spot.

    Huggs..

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  4. HRC should be behind bars at this time as should her partner in crime, Bill. I've never seen two people so Teflon coated that none of their criminal behavior would stick to them.
    If she is not charged with a crime before the election, I fear you will be right in your assessment.
    Sidetracksusie

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  5. Patrice is absolutely correct as to why Trump is so popular. I love seeing the Republican Party being exposed as a traitor. But... (you knew that was coming), it is apparent by Trump’s statements that he will not govern according to the US Constitution. That is a deal-breaker.

    When it is all said and done, the election is being held for a nation that no longer exists. Our once-great nation is awash in traitorous oath-breakers: leaders in every branch of government, our military, evil hireling pastors which Christ warned us about, doctors who took an oath to do no harm etc. I challenge anyone to name a nation throughout history that has caused more harm and suffering of innocent people worldwide than the US. Ridiculous you say? Do the math. I have.

    I suspect that God has already passed judgement on America. Perhaps that is what we witness every day. There is hope, in God and in what rises from our nation’s ashes. I believe God has moved on and I’m following Him. DC, you are fired!
    Montana Guy

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    1. "I challenge anyone to name a nation throughout history that has caused more harm and suffering of innocent people worldwide than the US. "

      Bullshit!

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    2. I am flattered to be quoted, even though you couldn't name a nation.

      I'm curious. How did you get that name?

      Montana Guy

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    3. Shine it on if you want to but your comment is offensive and shows a lack of knowledge of history and to me sounds anti-American.

      People Sleep Peacefully in Their Beds at Night Only Because Rough Men Stand Ready to Do Violence on Their Behalf. Your comments belittle those good people.

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    4. After two replies you still could not answer my question. I'm sorry but I am not going to be able to help you any further.
      Montana Guy

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  6. Huckabee is a moral man? :LOL: Someone has been drinking the KoolAid again.

    I supported Ron Paul the last two elections and did not bother to vote for the trash offered. Huckabee participated in the bashing of RP. Nothing Christian about Huckabee.

    I may just vote for Trump. At least his wife is hot and maybe it may inspire more American women to lose a few pounds and grow their hair out. Making friends with Putin is not a bad idea either. A further discussion of immigration and birthright citizenship would be a good thing.

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  7. He's a businessman. He's advertising, pure and simple. He wants to throw in our faces the fact that he can sell himself to the largest chunk of the population--white men with a high school diploma or less--and win an election.

    If by some miracle he is elected--and I'm still convinced that he will be "out of the race" by then in one way or another (and he may not be alive at the end of it)--that segment of the population is going to be mighty disappointed when Trump jeers at them and tells them to just quit complaining about how bad their lives are and get a job. I'm also convinced that if we think the rest of the world doesn't take our leadership seriously now, we ain't seen nothin' yet. Can you imagine him at a summit? It makes me shudder just thinking about it.

    A United States President serves his country. Period. Trump will never serve anyone but himself. I believe that any President of this country should have a graduate degree and extensive time in the military--an education in political science, especially foreign policy, and firsthand knowledge of what we're sending our children into when we declare war is essential.

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  8. The article certainly makes one think. The one statement that I totally agree with is that many American citizens are furious and fed up with "government as usual". I have been saying this for more years than I care to count.

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  9. That was a good article, but it made this thought pop into my head. The more Trump pokes the sleeping tiger, the more likely he'll end up... dead.


    Steve Davis
    Anchorage, Alaska

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