Skip to comments.Titanic GOP Elite Liner Sinks After Collision with Trump on His Maiden Voyage in Politics
Posted on 03/16/2016 5:06:45 AM PDT by poconopundit
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“”I even heard some assert that Corey was under criminal investigation”
I heard the same thing last night but I wouldn’t be able to tell you who said it...It was either someone on the panel at FOX or CNN - I believe it might have been FOX and that panel had Brit Hume and I don’t recall who else. Doesn’t pay to watch TV late at night....
The name Corey and criminal investigation was said and it was just that quick. No one said a word or asked any questions. It was like no one wanted to touch it...
I found out it was Tucker Carlson who threw it out.
Oh! I did see him so that’s probably it. As for the others, I still draw a blank. I remember he wasn’t very nice in his comments...
And while the accusation backfired, is it so ironic that the incident occurred at the same time as the larger, and well-coordinated "Trump incites violence" story was being rolled out across the MSM, White House, GOPe, and Hillary?
WOW! Very good. :-)) Excellent! Love the time frame used. The Titanic sinking a good analogy. The class of old being sunk and eliminated. Not just old money, but old has-beens as well. Clearing the deck for a new crew and captain using modern methods and new strategies in arriving at destinations. The moral to the story - just moving deck chairs around changes nothing. All will eventually sink. Good work.
Wasn’t last night amazing?!! The thought of so many big heads exploding across DC and beyond had to have been the best remedy for those of US who wished to see these pseudo intelligent individuals go down and under. It’s not over yet - just a battle won. But we trod on gaining strength and knowledge; Ready to fight the next.
Don’t remember much of the Regan era primary (unable to follow it as closely) and can truthfully say this primary will be one to remember for life. Never seen nothing like it. So wound up last night sleep was an effort.
Perhaps we will see the pachyderms become more like Horton, true and faithful ...
“I meant what I said, and I said what I meant, an elephant’s faithful 100 percent.” However, not holding my breath.
Thank you for your time, effort and sharing.
|...Trumps helicopter was dispatched to the scene to carpet bomb the survivors.
One of the many wise practices I've observed by watching Trump is he does not hold permanent grudges against people.
Perhaps no one has attacked Trump more strongly than Rich Lowry, editor of the National Review, sadly, one of those whose career was lost in the disaster, God rest his poor soul :- )
Yet a couple months back, Trump wrote the following tweet: I never thought Id be saying this but Ive really enjoyed @RichLowry on television lately, and he was terrific hosting @seanhannity. <>p>Emerson had something to say about this:
Fear not a revolution which will constrain you to live five years in one. Don't be so tender at making an enemy now and then. Be willing to go to Coventry sometimes, and let the populace bestow on you their coldest contempt.
The finished man of the world must eat of every apple once. He must hold his hatreds also at arm's length, and not remember spite. He has neither friends nor enemies, but values men only as channels of power.
So, by all means, send the Trump helicopter out looking for survivors...
It was a joke. No less, no more.
| Thanks, VK. Loved your wisdom:
The moral to the story - just moving deck chairs around changes nothing. All will eventually sink.
And you read between my lines. These pundits who have tried to destroy Trump have failed -- not because of their arguments. They've failed because of their lack of good arguments. Their reasons for opposing Trump are often squishy, emotional nonsense.
Why should these people be put on a pedestal? Because of their seniority? Because they've been commentators since the days of David Brinkley? Why should we listen to them if they don't provide sound arguments for their opposition to Trump?
And the sadder truth is the GOPe pundits have cast a blind eye to the shameful Washington corruption that We the People are so angry about!
Here are a couple of rebuttal columns of mine that further drive my point home:
The GOPe pundit class has outlived their usefulness. Free Republic, Twitter, etc. have changed the ball game. We citizens no longer need the false filter of establishment news and commentary, driven by money and hidden political agendas.
Conversations among thoughtful, honest, and caring citizens are enough to sort out the real from the fake in our politics.
You are correct about the filters in the past. Today’s age has opened new doorways for information going to the public in a speedy, unfiltered format. However, how long will this privilege be ours? The thieves are hard at work at this moment attempting to fundamentally change this new and ofttimes wonderful world into which we’ve been introduced. The sinking of the ship will perhaps indicate to them they must proceed to work at a faster pace - and given the opportunity, they might succeed. ONLY if we manage to keep the path open and cleared will we be able to eliminate the filters that have dominated for these many years. BO’B consistently speaks of ‘rights’ Is having speedy unfiltered information an American citizen’s right? BO’B believes it is the right of everyone to have broadband. Does he speak of broadband and communication or does he speak of fat musicians and instruments?
Enjoy the moment! BTW just read that Cruz/Thump may be soon joining forces. The sparks will fly :-)) How do their supporters feel? The current primary - continues in episodes. What a movie this would be LOL
| I think after the dust has settled somewhat in a Trump administration, we're likely to see Trump pushing for new rights of privacy in the digital age.
That's going to be interesting -- a digital citizen bill of rights. It's much needed. Why do you think the BO'B administration is fighting Apple to get access to their privacy code? The libs have their own ideas on what they can do with that power -- and the IRS screenings of conservative groups are probably just the beginning.
I am surprised that Dana Loesch was pictured. While I did not regularly listen to her, I thought she would not be an GOP-e type. I guess I was wrong.
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