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  • Is Hillary Clinton's ‘win’ in the eye of beholder?

    09/27/2016 11:40:41 PM PDT · 16 of 35
    AlanGreenSpam to 2ndDivisionVet

    I was hoping for a knockout by Trump and was really disappointed with some of his meandering thoughts and inordinate/repetitive focus on China/Japan “stealing jobs” when he could have talked about Hillary’s influence peddling.

    We saw a different Donald last night and I had the idea that maybe he’s got a soft spot for women and debates differently with women. So maybe he was coached to not go too hard on “the woman” he’s running against in the first debate.

    Think about how caring he is to the women in his life... He does have a soft spot for women (certainly not Hillary), but he’s not used to debating one-on-one in this male-female dynamic — where he could be accused of bullying a “poor me” woman.

    But I think he’ll get up to speed and resolve it and win in the end.

  • Signaled and Triggered #RiggedDebate

    09/27/2016 10:21:27 PM PDT · 35 of 51
    AlanGreenSpam to Voluntaryist

    *** TRUMP should address the American people and say this in his opening statement at the next debate:

    “To all of you Americans watching tonight. As you watch this debate, take note of the following:

    I am NOT here to debate BOTH the moderator AND my opponent — as was the case last time when the moderator stepped in with false corrections to what I said and argued several points with me. That’s called being tag-teamed.

    That is inappropriate behavior for a moderator in a presidential debate. Candy Crowley did that to Mitt Romney in the 2012 debate with Barack Obama and he was too weak to fight her on it. Unlike Mitt Romney, I will call the moderator out on inappropriate behavior immediately. To those of you in the audience, if you notice the moderator is debating AGAINST me, please verbalize this phrase: “MODERATOR FOUL!” — because if the moderator is not following the rules, why should the audience follow the rules of not clapping or booing?

    Those of you watching tonight, I’d like you to:

    1. Notice how many softball questions they give my opponent compared to how many personal attack questions they direct to me. That’s because the mainstream media is in pockets of the Democratic Party, in case you hadn’t noticed. This is called “media bias.”

    2. Notice how when I make a good point, the moderator tries to shift attention away from the point that was made or interrupts me — but doesn’t do the same for my opponent.

    3. Notice how calculated Hillary is when she has that fake smile plastered on her face while citing far-fetched allegations about me. I’m a real person. My opponent is a phony and a fraud. Just look at all the scandals that have swirled around Hillary and her husband for the past 30 years. It’ll make your head spin. That someone with an astonishing history of dishonesty tries to pin fraudulent behavior or racism on someone like me is unacceptable and embarrassing to her.

    4. When politicians don’t have a valid argument against their opponent on principles, they resort to ad-hominem attacks. I may attack her record (deleting 33,000 emails and being against protecting our borders), but I do not do ad-hom attacks, although there are so many I could do. For example, when she cited likely false allegations from a mere handful of my past employees many years ago, I could equally have cited all the nasty things her personal secret service agents have said about working for her. Or many other “hear-say stories” in her past. But that’s petty.

    Those of you watching are smart enough to see the phony person that is here on the stage with me.

    Let’s stick to the issues tonight.

    Thank you, Donald Trump.

  • LIVE Thread: Trump rally 9/27/2016 Melbourne, FL at the Orlando AeroMod Hangar at 7pm.

    09/27/2016 4:09:47 PM PDT · 354 of 798
    AlanGreenSpam to nikos1121

    *** TRUMP should address the American people and say this in his opening statement at the next debate:

    “To all of you Americans watching tonight. As you watch this debate, take note of the following:

    I am NOT here to debate BOTH the moderator AND my opponent — as was the case last time when the moderator stepped in with false corrections to what I said and argued several points with me. That’s called being tag-teamed.

    That is inappropriate behavior for a moderator in a presidential debate. Candy Crowley did that to Mitt Romney in the 2012 debate with Barack Obama and he was too weak to fight her on it. Unlike Mitt Romney, I will call the moderator out on inappropriate behavior immediately. To those of you in the audience, if you notice the moderator is debating AGAINST me, please verbalize this phrase: “MODERATOR FOUL!” — because if the moderator is not following the rules, why should the audience follow the rules of not clapping or booing?

    Those of you watching tonight, I’d like you to:

    1. Notice how many softball questions they give my opponent compared to how many personal attack questions they direct to me. That’s because the mainstream media is in pockets of the Democratic Party, in case you hadn’t noticed. This is called “media bias.”

    2. Notice how when I make a good point, the moderator tries to shift attention away from the point that was made or interrupts me — but doesn’t do the same for my opponent.

    3. Notice how calculated Hillary is when she has that fake smile plastered on her face while citing far-fetched allegations about me. I’m a real person. My opponent is a phony and a fraud. Just look at all the scandals that have swirled around Hillary and her husband for the past 30 year. It’ll make your head spin. That someone with an astonishing history of dishonesty tries to pin fraudulent behavior or racism on someone like me is unacceptable and embarrassing to her.

    4. When politicians don’t have a valid argument against their opponent on principles, they resort to ad-hominem attacks. I may attack her record (deleting 33,000 emails and being against protecting our borders), but I do not do ad-hom attacks, although there are so many I could do. For example, when she cited likely false allegations from a mere handful of my past employees many years ago, I could equally have cited all the nasty things her personal secret service agents have said about working for her. Or many other “hear-say stories” in her past. But that’s petty.

    Those of you watching are smart enough to see the phony person that is here on the stage with me.

    Let’s stick to the issues tonight.

    Thank you, Donald Trump.

  • LIVE Thread PART II: Trump rally 9/27/2016 Melbourne, FL at the Orlando AeroMod Hangar at 7pm.

    09/27/2016 3:47:34 PM PDT · 10 of 89
    AlanGreenSpam to nikos1121

    TRUMP should say this in his opening statement at the next debate:

    “To all of you Americans watching tonight. As you watch this debate, take note of the following: I am not here to debate BOTH the moderator AND my opponent — as was the case last time when the moderator stepped in with false corrections to what I said and argued several points with me. That’s called being tag-teamed.

    That is inappropriate behavior for a moderator in a presidential debate. Candy Crowley did that to Mitt Romney in the 2012 debate with Barack Obama and he was too weak to fight her on it. Unlike Mitt Romney, I will call the moderator out on inappropriate behavior immediately. To those of you in the audience, if you notice the moderator starts debating against me, please take note and verbalize this phrase “MODERATOR FOUL!” — because if the moderator is not following the rules, why should you in the audience follow the rules of not clapping or booing?

    Those of you watching tonight, I’d like you to:

    1. Notice how many softball questions they give my opponent compared to how many personal attack questions they direct to me. That’s because the mainstream media is in pockets of the Democratic Party, in case you hadn’t noticed. This is called “media bias.”

    2. Notice how when I make a good point, the moderator tries to shift attention away from the point that was made or interrupts me, but doesn’t do the same for my opponent.

    3. Notice how calculated Hillary is when she has that fake smile plastered on her face while citing far-fetched allegations about me. I’m a real person. My opponent is a phony and a fraud. Just look at all the scandals that have swirled around Hillary and her husband for the past 30 year. It’ll make your head spin. That someone with a sordid history of dishonesty tries to pin fraudulent behavior or racism on someone like me is astonishing and embarrassing to this process.

    4. When politicians don’t have a valid argument against their opponent on principles, they resort to ad-hominem attacks. I may attack her record (deleting 33,000 emails and being against protecting our borders), but I do not do ad-hom attacks, although there are so many I could do. For example, she cited likely false allegations from a mere handful of my past employees many years ago. Well, I could equally cite what her personal secret service agents have said about her. Or many other petty “hear-say stories” in her past. But that’s petty.

    Those of you watching are smart enough to see the phony person that is here on the stage with me.

    Let’s stick to the issues tonight.

    Thank you, Donald Trump.

  • Top Trump Adviser Giuliani: I Wouldn't Do Another Debate

    09/27/2016 2:54:32 PM PDT · 96 of 114
    AlanGreenSpam to Publius

    TRUMP should say this in his opening statement at the next debate:

    “To all of you Americans watching tonight. As you watch this debate, take note of the following: I am not here to debate BOTH the moderator AND my opponent — as was the case last time when the moderator stepped in with false corrections to what I said and argued several points with me. That’s called being tag-teamed.

    That is inappropriate behavior for a moderator in a presidential debate. Candy Crowley did that to Mitt Romney in the 2012 debate with Barack Obama and he was too weak to fight her on it. Unlike Mitt Romney, I will call the moderator out on inappropriate behavior immediately. To those of you in the audience, if you notice the moderator starts debating against me, please take note and verbalize this phrase “MODERATOR FOUL!” — because if the moderator is not following the rules, why should you in the audience follow the rules of not clapping or booing?

    Those of you watching tonight, I’d like you to:

    1. Notice how many softball questions they give my opponent compared to how many personal attack questions they direct to me. That’s because the mainstream media is in pockets of the Democratic Party, in case you hadn’t noticed. This is called “media bias.”

    2. Notice how when I make a good point, the moderator tries to shift attention away from the point that was made or interrupts me, but doesn’t do the same for my opponent.

    3. Notice how calculated Hillary is when she has that fake smile plastered on her face while citing far-fetched allegations about me. I’m a real person. My opponent is a phony and a fraud. Just look at all the scandals that have swirled around Hillary and her husband for the past 30 year. It’ll make your head spin. That someone with a sordid history of dishonesty tries to pin fraudulent behavior or racism on someone like me is astonishing and embarrassing to this process.

    4. When politicians don’t have a valid argument against their opponent on principles, they resort to ad-hominem attacks. I may attack her record (deleting 33,000 emails and being against protecting our borders), but I do not do ad-hom attacks, although there are so many I could do. For example, she cited likely false allegations from a mere handful of my past employees many years ago. Well, I could equally cite what her personal secret service agents have said about her. Or many other petty “hear-say stories” in her past. But that’s petty.

    Those of you watching are smart enough to see the phony person that is here on the stage with me.

    Let’s stick to the issues tonight.

    Thank you, Donald Trump.

  • Rudy Giuliani says Donald Trump should skip remaining two presidential debates

    09/27/2016 2:28:58 PM PDT · 49 of 88
    AlanGreenSpam to allendale

    —”The phony Clinton foundation was nothing more than a money laundering operation to collect her bribes masqueraded as “speaking fees”. “

    Excellent point.

    In exchange for Trump releasing his tax returns, he should demand that Hillary disclose the financials of the Clinton Foundation to get more color on how these sleazy transactions were done. That, after all, is an integral part of her money.

    And what about the $1.50-per-pair-of-donated-USED-underwear that she & Slick Willie Clinton declared as Donations (tax writeoff) before he was president. A USED PAIR of underwear.

    These people are swamp scum...

  • Rudy Giuliani says Donald Trump should skip remaining two presidential debates

    09/27/2016 2:23:39 PM PDT · 47 of 88
    AlanGreenSpam to Behind Liberal Lines

    TRUMP should say this in his opening statement at the next debate:

    “To all of you Americans watching tonight. As you watch this debate, take note of the following: I am not here to debate BOTH the moderator AND my opponent — as was the case last time when the moderator stepped in with false corrections to what I said and argued several points with me. That’s called being tag-teamed.

    That is inappropriate behavior for a moderator in a presidential debate. Candy Crowley did that to Mitt Romney in the 2012 debate with Barack Obama and he was too weak to fight her on it. Unlike Mitt Romney, I will call the moderator out on inappropriate behavior immediately. To those of you in the audience, if you notice the moderator starts debating against me, please take note and verbalize this phrase “MODERATOR FOUL!” — because if the moderator is not following the rules, why should you in the audience follow the rules of not clapping or booing?

    Those of you watching tonight, I’d like you to:

    1. Notice how many softball questions they give my opponent compared to how many personal attack questions they direct to me. That’s because the mainstream media is in pockets of the Democratic Party, in case you hadn’t noticed. This is called “media bias.”

    2. Notice how when I make a good point, the moderator tries to shift attention away from the point that was made or interrupts me, but doesn’t do the same for my opponent.

    3. Notice how calculated Hillary is when she has that fake smile plastered on her face while citing far-fetched allegations about me. I’m a real person. My opponent is a phony and a fraud. Just look at all the scandals that have swirled around Hillary and her husband for the past 30 year. It’ll make your head spin. That someone with a sordid history of dishonesty tries to pin fraudulent behavior or racism on someone like me is astonishing and embarrassing to this process.

    4. When politicians don’t have a valid argument against their opponent on principles, they resort to ad-hominem attacks. I may attack her record (deleting 33,000 emails and being against protecting our borders), but I do not do ad-hom attacks, although there are so many I could do. For example, she cited likely false allegations from a mere handful of my past employees many years ago. Well, I could equally cite what her personal secret service agents have said about her. Or many other petty “hear-say stories” in her past. But that’s petty.

    Those of you watching are smart enough to see the phony person that is here on the stage with me.

    Let’s stick to the issues tonight.

    Thank you, Donald Trump.

  • Hillary calling Mr Trump "Donald"

    09/27/2016 8:16:11 AM PDT · 57 of 85
    AlanGreenSpam to ilovesarah2012

    Of course Trump isn’t trying to win their votes, but he’s alienated Japan & China unnecessarily. I know people in Japan and the news presents Trump as “anti-Japan”

    Trump needs to tone it down on that issue and rephrase it. Lose the phrase “stealing from us” when referring to Japan & China.

    It’s not befitting of a President to accuse your trading partners of being thieves, when the problem is mostly that American workers are not as competitive and we have too many regulations due to Democrats.

  • Hillary calling Mr Trump "Donald"

    09/27/2016 7:09:40 AM PDT · 22 of 85
    AlanGreenSpam to erlayman

    I’m curious what was the overall reaction on the news in Japan to the debate that you saw?

    Trump did make the mistake of mentioning China & Japan are “Stealing our jobs and our companies.”

    I know lots of Japanese people and that’s the wrong way to phrase it. In Japan, that plays like, “The Japanese are thieves” — which they are not.

    Rather he should be saying Japanese & Chinese are OUTCOMPETING us for jobs BECAUSE of the high taxes and high regulations here.

  • LIVE THREAD:Trump-Clinton Presidential Debate 9/26/2016 at HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY, HEMPSTEAD, NY 9pm ET

    09/26/2016 7:14:26 PM PDT · 3,367 of 5,126
    AlanGreenSpam to twin2

    On the Cybersecurity section, TRUMP MISSED A HOMERUN, DAMMIT!

    He should have said —

    “Lester: Consider the irony that you are asking Hillary about Cybersecurity — and she’s the one who had an illegal private email server that was hacked???”

  • Debate Live Thread: Trump vs. Clinton (Begins 9 pm EST)

    09/26/2016 3:50:11 PM PDT · 24 of 72
    AlanGreenSpam to SkyPilot

    Trump can win the debate by simply mocking Hillary’s Campaign for being all about this central theme:

    *** “Make America GUILTY Again!” ***

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3451312/posts

    Hillary Clinton must be so jealous of Donald Trump’s marketing brilliance with his hugely successful “Make America GREAT Again” campaign theme.

    At the Republican Convention, Trump’s campaign theme brilliance was further embellished: Each day of the RNC schedule was focused on four cohesive sub-themes of “Make America Great Again.”

    . Monday: Make America Safe Again
    . Tuesday: Make America Work Again
    . Wednesday: Make America First Again
    . Thursday: Make America One Again

    This shows a great ability to organize & strategize – traits that will make for good leadership later. And traits desperately lacking on the Left.

    So, really, isn’t it time Hillary comes up with a catchy campaign theme that encapsulates her political philosophy? How about “Make America GUILTY Again!”

    After all, her entire campaign can be distilled into the following GUILT themes.

    . “Make Corporations GUILTY Again”
    . “Make Males GUILTY again”
    . “Make Heterosexuals GUILTY again”
    . “Make White Males GUILTY again”
    . “Make the US Military GUILTY again”
    . “Make our Borders GUILTY Again”
    . “Make our Police GUILTY again”
    . “Make Liberty GUILTY again”
    . “Make Capitalism GUILTY again.”
    . “Make Successful People GUILTY again and again and again...”

    The foregoing is the essence of the Clinton/Obama legacy. Notice how these thugs NEVER COMPLIMENT America for excelling. Never!

    In reality, it is the “Greedy Liberals” who should be declared GUILTY for wanting to steal other people’s money for their various socioeconomic fascist agendas. After all, their programs require the implied use of government force on otherwise free individuals (e.g. if you do not pay your taxes to support their socioeconomic fascist agendas, someone will come with a gun to your house and take you to jail).

    Compare Trump’s campaign theme to other recent democratic campaign slogans:

    . The condescending “It’s the economy, Stupid!” theme concocted by the almost sub-human James Carville for Slick Willie Clinton’s campaign.

    . The vacuous “Hope & Change” theme adopted by Obama managed to suck in throngs of gullible Obama Kool-Aid drinking sheeple into voting for his regime of socioeconomic facism.

    . Hillary’s “Stronger Together” theme is bland and unpatriotic. It does nothing to celebrate the individual and is all about collectivism/socialism.

    . And Hillary’s “I’m with her” theme is just laughable. What does that have to do with running the most powerful country in the world?

    None of these campaign themes come close to matching Trump’s theme of optimism. This is the same recipe that won Ronald Reagan his re-election with his “Morning in America” theme.

    The Republican National Convention was a celebration of optimism for America and a “can-do” attitude.

    In contrast, the Democrat convention was a celebration of whining negativity and grievances from their loose aggregation of GREEDY special interest victim groups (socialists, anti-racist racists, and feminazis).

    Ironically, it is the LEFT that is the GREEDY party because they want to use government to steal from productive members in society to fund their socioeconomic fascist agenda.

  • Ex-CIA director: Trump knows what he's doing with Putin

    09/25/2016 10:05:40 PM PDT · 26 of 34
    AlanGreenSpam to Innovative

    Trump knows the demographic future of Europe: It will be dominated by Islam in 30 years — NO MATTER WHAT WE DO!

    Merkel just advanced that timeline by several years by inviting 1,000,0000 mostly young semen-filled sexist/racist Islamicists into the EU.

    Trump understands that in the long run it’s futile for us to spend another red cent defending Europe from its own demise. Withdraw ALL of our military from Europe NOW!

    Instead, perhaps Trump is thinking we should let Putin have the EU and let him deal with the Islamic problem. He’s good at it! He’s the only hope for Europe to have a semblance of Western Civilization in 30+ years from now.

    The PC Euros are impotent to do anything about the horrible future they face.

  • How Trump Wins the Debates - (Hillary's optics problem ..lol)

    09/25/2016 9:26:02 PM PDT · 85 of 88
    AlanGreenSpam to RipSawyer

    I stand corrected!

  • Trump could win the debate simply by bluffing

    09/25/2016 6:02:44 PM PDT · 74 of 77
    AlanGreenSpam to GrandJediMasterYoda

    -—”But even with that, I think he is going to drop a bombshell on her tomorrow night that is going to make history, it’s going to expose her like an atomic bomb for the criminal lying treasonous witch she is.”

    You got that right! I agree that he will drop a bombshell OR there will be a watershed moment that will define her as the loser.

    The debate will be pivotal. On Tuesday morning, it’ll be all over the press that Hillary has essentially lost the election.

    Good time to invest Monday in stocks that will do well without a Hillary presidency. For example, Pharmaceuticals. PFE, MYL, JNJ etc...

  • How Trump Wins the Debates - (Hillary's optics problem ..lol)

    09/24/2016 1:36:53 PM PDT · 55 of 88
    AlanGreenSpam to onyx

    Trump can win the debate by simply mocking Hillary’s Campaign for being all about this central theme:

    *** “Make America GUILTY Again!” ***

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3451312/posts

    Hillary Clinton must be so jealous of Donald Trump’s marketing brilliance with his hugely successful “Make America GREAT Again” campaign theme.

    At the Republican Convention, Trump’s campaign theme brilliance was further embellished: Each day of the RNC schedule was focused on four cohesive sub-themes of “Make America Great Again.”

    . Monday: Make America Safe Again
    . Tuesday: Make America Work Again
    . Wednesday: Make America First Again
    . Thursday: Make America One Again

    This shows a great ability to organize & strategize – traits that will make for good leadership later. And traits desperately lacking on the Left.

    So, really, isn’t it time Hillary comes up with a catchy campaign theme that encapsulates her political philosophy? How about “Make America GUILTY Again!”

    After all, her entire campaign can be distilled into the following GUILT themes.

    . “Make Corporations GUILTY Again”
    . “Make Males GUILTY again”
    . “Make Heterosexuals GUILTY again”
    . “Make White Males GUILTY again”
    . “Make the US Military GUILTY again”
    . “Make our Borders GUILTY Again”
    . “Make our Police GUILTY again”
    . “Make Liberty GUILTY again”
    . “Make Capitalism GUILTY again.”
    . “Make Successful People GUILTY again and again and again...”

    The foregoing is the essence of the Clinton/Obama legacy. Notice how these thugs NEVER COMPLIMENT America for excelling. Never!

    In reality, it is the “Greedy Liberals” who should be declared GUILTY for wanting to steal other people’s money for their various socioeconomic fascist agendas. After all, their programs require the implied use of government force on otherwise free individuals (e.g. if you do not pay your taxes to support their socioeconomic fascist agendas, someone will come with a gun to your house and take you to jail).

    Compare Trump’s campaign theme to other recent democratic campaign slogans:

    . The condescending “It’s the economy, Stupid!” theme concocted by the almost sub-human James Carville for Slick Willie Clinton’s campaign.

    . The vacuous “Hope & Change” theme adopted by Obama managed to suck in throngs of gullible Obama Kool-Aid drinking sheeple into voting for his regime of socioeconomic facism.

    . Hillary’s “Stronger Together” theme is bland and unpatriotic. It does nothing to celebrate the individual and is all about collectivism/socialism.

    . And Hillary’s “I’m with her” theme is just laughable. What does that have to do with running the most powerful country in the world?

    None of these campaign themes come close to matching Trump’s theme of optimism. This is the same recipe that won Ronald Reagan his re-election with his “Morning in America” theme.

    The Republican National Convention was a celebration of optimism for America and a “can-do” attitude.

    In contrast, the Democrat convention was a celebration of whining negativity and grievances from their loose aggregation of GREEDY special interest victim groups (socialists, anti-racist racists, and feminazis).

    Ironically, it is the LEFT that is the GREEDY party because they want to use government to steal from productive members in society to fund their socioeconomic fascist agenda.

  • Zach Galifianakis Interviews Hillary Clinton: "I Really Regret Doing This" (I LOL'd @ Video)

    09/23/2016 7:09:40 AM PDT · 64 of 70
    AlanGreenSpam to LesbianThespianGymnasticMidget

    *** TRUMP SHOULD USE THIS LINE AT THE END DEBATE ***

    —”As the comedian who interviewed you said: ‘We should stay in touch. What’s the best way to get a hold of you, email?’”

    That would win over about a million Millennial votes in 2 seconds.

  • Charlotte Burning - Riot Live Thread 9/22

    09/22/2016 8:32:03 PM PDT · 107 of 172
    AlanGreenSpam to tcrlaf

    The BLM Pledge of Allegiance

    “Yo, I pledge of allegiance to the flag
    of the Divided States of America.
    And to the racism for which it stands,
    One nation under siege,
    With violence and lootin’ for all”

  • Memo to GOP 'Never Trumpers': Reagan Isn't Rising From the Dead

    09/22/2016 5:53:22 PM PDT · 45 of 45
    AlanGreenSpam to Ohioan

    Well said about the diff between Obama & Carter (Obummer hates America).

    And the price for the Obama years, including FOMC interest rate increases will fall in the Trump years. Same as a lot of Slick Willies’ problems fell into the GWB years (Bin Laden, underfunding the military)

  • Memo to GOP 'Never Trumpers': Reagan Isn't Rising From the Dead

    09/22/2016 9:13:07 AM PDT · 31 of 45
    AlanGreenSpam to Kaslin

    Though Reagan was a better President than Trump will ever be, we need a MEAN PITBULL this time around to dismantle the socioeconomic fascists and PC thought police regime.

    Trump is the man for these tough times.

    Reagan was tough, but he was a gentleman.

    A gentlemanly style doesn’t work against today’s leftist thugs. GHWB, GWB were “gentlemen” (they never fought back and now look what we ended up with).

    Slick Willie Clinton was a low-class junkyard dog and his wife is his B.... Trump has more class than Slick Willie and his wifey.

  • Hillary's Hate Code

    09/22/2016 12:09:31 AM PDT · 5 of 12
    AlanGreenSpam to Trump_vs_Evil_Witch

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3451312/posts

    Hillary’s Campaign Theme Should Be: “Make America GUILTY Again!”
    Self | 7/20/16 | Self

    Posted on 7/20/2016, 6:31:03 PM by AlanGreenSpam

    Hillary Clinton must be getting so jealous of Donald Trump’s marketing brilliance with his hugely successful “Make America GREAT Again” campaign theme.

    At the Republican Convention, Trump’s campaign theme brilliance was further embellished: Each day of the RNC schedule was focused on four cohesive sub-themes of “Make America Great Again.”

    . Monday: Make America Safe Again
    . Tuesday: Make America Work Again
    . Wednesday: Make America First Again
    . Thursday: Make America One Again

    This shows a great ability to organize & strategize – traits that will make for good leadership later. And traits desperately lacking on the Left.

    So, really, isn’t it time Hillary comes up with a catchy campaign theme that encapsulates her political philosophy? How about “Make America GUILTY Again!”

    After all, her entire campaign can be distilled into the following GUILT themes.

    . “Make Corporations GUILTY Again”
    . “Make Males GUILTY again”
    . “Make White Males GUILTY again”
    . “Make Whites GUILTY again”
    . “Make the US Military GUILTY again”
    . “Make our Borders GUILTY Again”
    . “Make our Police GUILTY again”
    . “Make Liberty GUILTY again”
    . “Make Capitalism GUILTY again.”
    . “Make Successful People GUILTY again and again and again.”

    The foregoing is the essence of the Clinton/Obama legacy. Notice how these thugs NEVER COMPLIMENT America. Never!

    In reality, it is the “Greedy Liberals” who should be declared GUILTY for wanting to steal other people’s money for their various socioeconomic fascist agendas. After all, their programs require the implied use of government force on otherwise free individuals (e.g. if you do not pay your taxes to support their socioeconomic fascist agendas, someone will come with a gun to your house and take you to jail).

    Compare Trump’s campaign theme to other recent democratic campaign slogans:

    . The condescending “It’s the economy, Stupid!” theme concocted by the almost sub-human James Carville for Slick Willie Clinton’s campaign.

    . The vacuous “Hope & Change” theme adopted by Obama managed to suck in a lot of gullible Obama Kool-Aid drinking sheeple.

    . Hillary’s “Stronger Together” them is bland and unpatriotic. It does nothing to celebrate the individual and is all about collectivism/socialism.

    . And Hillary’s “I’m with her” theme is just laughable. What does that have to do with running the most powerful country in the world?

    None of these campaign themes come close to matching Trump’s theme of optimism. This is the same recipe that won Ronald Reagan his re-election with his “Morning in America” theme.

    The Republican National Convention has been a celebration of optimism for America and a “can-do” attitude.

    In contrast, the Democrat convention will be a celebration of whining negativity and grievances from their loose aggregation of GREEDY special interest victim groups (socialists, anti-racist racists, and feminazis).

    Ironically, it is the LEFT that is the GREEDY party because they want to use government to steal from productive members in society to fund their socioeconomic fascist agenda.

  • Killing Camelot: How Trump is Smashing the Style of the Political Elite with his Character & Honesty

    09/20/2016 8:14:11 PM PDT · 28 of 52
    AlanGreenSpam to poconopundit

    Good writeup poco...

    Yes, one of the key features of Trump is that he stands for MERITOCRACY over MEDIOCRACY.

    Obama and Hillary celebrate the MEDIOCRE things/people in the world. Trump encourages everyone to improve their MERIT. Be the best they can be without claiming victimhood.

    Trump is an OPTIMIST. Reagan was an eternal OPTIMIST.

    Hillary is a PESSIMIST.

    The voters like a winner.

    Obama is not an OPTIMIST - as it turned out, but with the “Yes we can” slogan, the Koolaid drinkers were duped into thinking he was an optimist.

  • ABC’s Debate Moderator Grills Pence, ‘No Proof’ Clinton Campaign Used Birtherism in 2008

    09/18/2016 8:51:32 PM PDT · 116 of 123
    AlanGreenSpam to tflabo

    Of course, Trump can handle the hack moderators.

    But he would accomplish a lot by going ballistic against the moderators from the start to help delegitimize them in the eyes of the millions of Americans watching the debates (who are clueless about media bias).

  • ABC’s Debate Moderator Grills Pence, ‘No Proof’ Clinton Campaign Used Birtherism in 2008

    09/18/2016 4:48:55 PM PDT · 27 of 123
    AlanGreenSpam to Kaslin

    Trump need to preface each debate with his own summary of the background of the moderator.

    He can address the public watching and say:

    “To all Americans watching, I want you to know the background of the moderator tonight, just so you understand their bias against conservatives and against me”

    For example, Martha Radish:

    —”Raddatz married Obama’s Harvard Law School classmate and Harvard Law Review cohort Julius Genachowski in 1991, years before Obama appointed Genachowski to head the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Obama went to the wedding, years before he became a national politician.”

    Can you say conflict of interest?? And bias? YES!

  • Je Suis Deplorable

    09/17/2016 12:01:59 PM PDT · 88 of 90
    AlanGreenSpam to cpdiii

    Yeah, after all, ISN’T HER 50% STATEMENT ALMOST EQUIVALENT TO ROMNEY’S 47% STATEMENT??

    Why isn’t the left-wing media all over this?

  • Shouldn't You Be at Work? (Trump to Obama)

    09/13/2016 12:23:43 PM PDT · 23 of 43
    AlanGreenSpam to Sybeck1

    Actually, it’s better to have President Narcissus NOT WORKING because the more he does, the more harm he causes to our country.

    Put him out to pasture on the golf course every single day!

  • Donald J. Trump Statement Regarding the Shameless and Grotesque Attack on American Voters by HRC

    09/10/2016 8:39:34 PM PDT · 135 of 158
    AlanGreenSpam to MeneMeneTekelUpharsin

    And when Trump wins, he needs to make a speech to Americans about upon turning over the White House to GWB, the Clintons’ employees in the White House vandalized keyboards (took out the “W”) and trashed a lot of things. And Clintons stole a lot of things.

    Trump should then THREATEN Crass Obama and his ilk that if they do the same sore loser sabotage, that Trump will PUBLICIZE everything they’ve done with pictures shown in the media.

  • Donald Trump to Address Black Detroit Church Saturday

    09/03/2016 11:04:55 PM PDT · 65 of 66
    AlanGreenSpam to NormsRevenge

    —”If you like your liebrally run plantation, you can keep your liebrally run plantation.”

    Great slogan idea that can be morphed into many other forms of ridicule.

    -”If you like your food stamps, you can keep your food stamps.” /sarc (Trump will take it away and put your sorry azz work to again).

    -”If you like your affirmative action, you can keep your affirmative action.”

    “If you like your global warming you can keep your global warming.”

  • Row on tarmac an awkward G20 start for U.S., China

    09/03/2016 12:46:13 PM PDT · 42 of 51
    AlanGreenSpam to mandaladon

    Ha! Its because Susan Rice is BLACK and the “Chinese official” thought she was a maid or helper, not the US Nat Security Advisor.

    Chinese Racism!

  • Trump considers last-minute meeting in Mexico with the country’s president

    08/30/2016 8:33:16 PM PDT · 135 of 150
    AlanGreenSpam to servantboy777

    -—”That is until the drug cartels send a hit team. The whole damn government is full of cartel moles that would likely provide info about the date, time, whereabouts of the meeting.

    Bad idea.”

    ____________

    You got that right! It’s a creative idea and makes Trump look presidential (as he already is the de-facto President anyway).

    BUT!!!! It’s just too complicated to ensure his safety in the squalor of Mexico. You’d need a small army of Special Forces. They could take out his jet on takeoff. No WAY Jose!

    Instead, invite him to stay at a Trump resort and meet at Trump Tower.

  • EU Socialism Bites Apple

    08/30/2016 6:51:21 PM PDT · 13 of 14
    AlanGreenSpam to Kaslin

    I have to laugh at the liberal Millennials and Gen-Xers who are so smug about their fondness for Apple, when there is so much wrong with the company (sweatshops in Asia, exporting jobs, stashing profits overseas).

    They think they’re so “cutting edge” but Apple has been behind the competition for at least 5 years. While other Smartphone mfrs made large screen devices that became the standard, Apple stubbornly stuck with the small screen iPhone 3 for years. Embarrassing size.

    The irony is that these so-called Apple-fanboys who fashion themselves as “tech rebels” have really become “the tech establishment” that needs to be overthrown.

  • What Is The Alt-Right? | Vox Day and Stefan Molyneux

    08/30/2016 4:01:09 PM PDT · 51 of 64
    AlanGreenSpam to Voluntaryist

    The ALT-RIGHT is another one of LEFT’s attempts to define and target their opposition.

    Just with the TEA PARTY, there really isn’t such a thing as an ORGANIZED TEA PARTY that the media portrayed.

    Rather the Tea Party was a true grass roots group of UNORGANIZED individuals who rose up to protest Obummercare.

    It’s still unorganized, from the heart - today. No major office with lots of employees/lobbyists like the DNC and the RNC.

    In short, the TEA PARTY doesn’t exist as the mainstream media portrayed it, but labeling it as such was a useful tool to galvanize the Left against conservative principles.

  • Putin to visit Japan in December

    08/30/2016 3:55:23 PM PDT · 17 of 19
    AlanGreenSpam to DoughtyOne

    Gosh, I sure like to hear your optimism for the EU and I sure hope it works out that way.

    The Eastern Bloc gets it, but I just can’t see a way that the foolish Politically Correct Left Wing Socialists who run the EU can turn the tide.

    They still think “deporting” is inhumane and racist. How to overcome that? Are you seeing something that I don’t?

  • Putin to visit Japan in December

    08/30/2016 3:33:28 PM PDT · 14 of 19
    AlanGreenSpam to DoughtyOne

    I see a stronger US-Russia alliance in the future, after all there are several advantages:

    1. US & Russia are WESTERN societies with a common super-enemy (ISLAM). Japan also fears Islamic terrorism.

    2. Given Merkel’s huge 1,000,000 male muslim “refugee” blunder and decades of cheap muslim labor in the EU, anyone who studies the demographic projections for Europe will know that Europe will be a majority Muslim zone in just decades. So Europe can’t be counted upon. And the nukes in France will be at the hands of Muzzies.

    The EU is totally hosed in the future, so why spend a cent more of our defense budget on them. Instead, given the bleak Euro demographic future, we should just give Europe to the Russians and let Putin strongarm the problem better than we or the EU would do.

    Trump understands this and understands that Putin can be an ally in the future. Japan will likely always be our ally.

  • The S.E.C. Shoves The U.S.A. Further Into The P.C. Swamp

    08/30/2016 11:21:30 AM PDT · 9 of 17
    AlanGreenSpam to reaganaut1

    The “DIVERSITY POLICE” are at it again.

    Different kind of brownshirts, but brownshirts nonetheless.

    This is SOCIOECONOMIC FASCISM and no such powers were granted by the Constitution.

  • Breitbart/Gravis Arizona Poll Shows Razor Thin Margin Between McCain, Ward Heading into Election

    08/30/2016 10:33:31 AM PDT · 50 of 56
    AlanGreenSpam to MIA_eccl1212

    I got a kick out of her statement:

    “I’m ready to MIX THE MORTAR to FIX THE BORDER!”

  • Breitbart/Gravis Arizona Poll Shows Razor Thin Margin Between McCain, Ward Heading into Election

    08/29/2016 10:23:23 PM PDT · 35 of 56
    AlanGreenSpam to AlanGreenSpam

    And this Kelli Ward vid is FANTASTIC! Trump should use this same theme.

    McCain is “Directly Responsible” for ISIS - YouTube

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzV9bjMg2ZU

  • Breitbart/Gravis Arizona Poll Shows Razor Thin Margin Between McCain, Ward Heading into Election

    08/29/2016 10:19:51 PM PDT · 34 of 56
    AlanGreenSpam to cotton1706

    Great Kelli Ward vids. Go girl!!!

    Pass these vids around!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7TDn5ckALY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvEWdJbqtOk

  • Great Moments in Oscar History: McDaniel, Chaplin, Hayward & Wayne

    08/19/2016 1:22:18 PM PDT · 12 of 13
    AlanGreenSpam to Borges

    You’re missing my overall point.

    Sure film producers might give awards to technicians in film, but I’m talking about the VAST accomplishments of engineers/scientists who have IMMENSELY improved people’s standard of living due to their genius and hard work.

    Hollywood is the most self-aggrandizing group of any profession in the world. These people are not heroes. They’re just good at pretending they’re someone else and usually happen to be attractive (genetic celebrities).

  • What The Past Can Teach Us

    08/16/2016 3:14:37 PM PDT · 6 of 12
    AlanGreenSpam to Kaslin

    I hate it when the dishonest LEFT refers to all their handouts as “an investment” (e.g. in jobs). It is so slick & greasy when they do so.

    No, it’s not an investment, it’s SPENDING TAX DOLLARS.

    For every so-called “INVESTMENT,” the gov’t had to steal from some lowly taxpayer to pay for the “Investment.” SO it’s really a “confiscation.”

  • 14 Winning Issues Trump Could Use against Hillary

    08/14/2016 10:32:41 AM PDT · 19 of 21
    AlanGreenSpam to wastoute

    MEDIA-ocracy!

    yes, I hadn’t thought of that.

    That’s a good one (a society governed by the MEDIA!) This needs to go viral.

  • 14 Winning Issues Trump Could Use against Hillary

    08/13/2016 6:05:38 PM PDT · 10 of 21
    AlanGreenSpam to AlanGreenSpam

    In other words:

    TRUMP = MERITOCRACY
    HILLARY = MEDIOCRACY

  • 14 Winning Issues Trump Could Use against Hillary

    08/13/2016 6:04:27 PM PDT · 9 of 21
    AlanGreenSpam to thinden

    TRUMP == “Make America Great Again” = a meritocracy where people have an incentive to do their best.

    HILLARY == Mediocracy = Celebrate the downtrodden and shame those who excel.

  • Volunteer to be a Trump Election Observer

    08/13/2016 12:31:18 PM PDT · 86 of 94
    AlanGreenSpam to Pollard

    And if Trump supporters brought billy clubs like the New Black Panthers did in 2012 at a Philadelphia polling site, does anybody think the media & the DOJ would be all over it?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neGbKHyGuHU

    Shocking that Eric Holder played cover for these voter intimidation thugs.

  • The GOP Elite Want To Make Establishment Great Again

    08/13/2016 12:26:02 PM PDT · 6 of 30
    AlanGreenSpam to Lurkinanloomin

    Hillary’s Campaign Theme Should Be: “Make America GUILTY Again!”

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-chat/3451312/posts

    Hillary Clinton must be getting so jealous of Donald Trump’s marketing brilliance with his hugely successful “Make America GREAT Again” campaign theme.

    At the Republican Convention, Trump’s campaign theme brilliance was further embellished: Each day of the RNC schedule was focused on four cohesive sub-themes of “Make America Great Again.”

    . Monday: Make America Safe Again
    . Tuesday: Make America Work Again
    . Wednesday: Make America First Again
    . Thursday: Make America One Again

    This shows a great ability to organize & strategize – traits that will make for good leadership later. And traits desperately lacking on the Left.

    So, really, isn’t it time Hillary comes up with a catchy campaign theme that encapsulates her political philosophy? How about “Make America GUILTY Again!”

    After all, her entire campaign can be distilled into the following GUILT themes.

    . “Make Corporations GUILTY Again”
    . “Make White Males GUILTY again”
    . “Make the US Military GUILTY again”
    . “Make our Borders GUILTY Again”
    . “Make our Police GUILTY again”
    . “Make Liberty GUILTY again”
    . “Make Capitalism GUILTY again.”
    . “Make Successful People GUILTY again and again and again.”

    The foregoing is the essence of the Clinton/Obama legacy. Notice how these thugs NEVER COMPLIMENT America. Never!

    In reality, it is the “Greedy Liberals” who should be declared GUILTY for wanting to steal other people’s money for their various socioeconomic fascist agendas. After all, their programs require the implied use of government force on otherwise free individuals (e.g. if you do not pay your taxes to support their socioeconomic fascist agendas, someone will come with a gun to your house and take you to jail).

    Compare Trump’s campaign theme to other recent democratic campaign slogans:

    . The condescending “It’s the economy, Stupid!” theme concocted by the almost sub-human James Carville for Slick Willie Clinton’s campaign.

    . The vacuous “Hope & Change” theme adopted by Obama managed to suck in a lot of gullible Obama Kool-Aid drinking sheeple.

    . Hillary’s “Stronger Together” them is bland and unpatriotic. It does nothing to celebrate the individual and is all about collectivism/socialism.

    . And Hillary’s “I’m with her” theme is just laughable. What does that have to do with running the most powerful country in the world?

    None of these campaign themes come close to matching Trump’s theme of optimism. This is the same recipe that won Ronald Reagan his re-election with his “Morning in America” theme.

    The Republican National Convention has been a celebration of optimism for America and a “can-do” attitude.

    In contrast, the Democrat convention will be a celebration of whining negativity and grievances from their loose aggregation of GREEDY special interest victim groups (socialists, anti-racist racists, and feminazis).

    Ironically, it is the LEFT that is the GREEDY party because they want to use government to steal from productive members in society to fund their socioeconomic fascist agenda.

  • Turkey to transit Russian natural gas to Europe via Turkish Stream pipeline - Erdogan

    08/10/2016 2:26:46 PM PDT · 41 of 45
    AlanGreenSpam to Texas Fossil

    What’s hard to understand is the fact that even though Putin is fed up with Islam, he chooses to align with Turkey.

    Well, the pipeline deal probably answers that, right? No consistent principles when it comes to Putin making money?

  • Elizabeth Warren criticizes DNC on emails

    08/08/2016 11:34:40 AM PDT · 19 of 40
    AlanGreenSpam to MeganC

    Regarding DemoRATS and Elizabeth Warren, just remember that a RAT will eat a DEAD RAT.

    If Hillary fails, Warren will swoop in like a rat eating another dead rat.

    They have no respect for one another, actually.

  • Donald Trump Is Proposing The Biggest Tax Cuts Since Ronald Reagan's Presidency

    08/06/2016 11:06:03 PM PDT · 92 of 101
    AlanGreenSpam to cymbeline

    The problem is if Trump is explicit about how he’s going to slash gov’t programs, he’ll lose a lot of votes.

    It’s better that he be as vague as possible about spending cuts.

    Otherwise, it’s back to the “Romney 47% of the voters” problem where Romney was recorded saying he wouldn’t get votes from the 47%.

  • Khizr Khan Believes the Constitution ‘Must Always Be Subordinated to the Sharia’

    08/02/2016 8:42:30 PM PDT · 105 of 163
    AlanGreenSpam to maggief

    Trump should simply state that ISLAM is a THEOCRACY (religion + govt) and their “government” is Sharia Law, which is TOTALLY incompatible with human rights as stated in our Constitution!!

    So those maggots should NEVER be allowed citizenship (or entry to the US) because they will always say Sharia Law trumps the Constitution. They are enemies of our system of laws & individual rights.

    And Trump should read select parts of the Koran to all Americans (such as killing infidels with a sword, etc.) — So they wake up. There are so many ignorant people here.

    My gosh, Sharia Law is the opposite of everything American Feminists have worked for for decades... Why aren’t they marching in the streets against Islam???

    And aren’t the DemonRats supposed to be the champions of the rights of “the people?”

    Islam destroys the rights of the people.

    And DemonRats rally behind their cherished concept of diversity. Don’t they realize Islam tolerates NO DIVERSITY. They are religious & cultural fascists.

    And what about the LGBT rights the DemonRats love so much? Where’s the uproar over Islam tossing homos off bridges?

    Why aren’t the DemonRats marching in the streets against Islam???

  • What Trump Should Have Said about Khizr Khan’s Speech

    08/02/2016 8:39:29 PM PDT · 70 of 75
    AlanGreenSpam to PGR88

    Wow! Perfect. Creative comeback. You should be a speechwriter for Trump.

  • Is Trump the Peace Candidate?

    08/02/2016 8:48:46 AM PDT · 10 of 10
    AlanGreenSpam to Kaslin

    The Euro-snobs used to chide America for not having as lavish gov’t health care as they did.

    So many times I’ve heard arrogant Germans say, “Yah, und ve have much better health care than the Americans do...[because we’re better than Americans]!”

    HOWEVER, the US has paid for their defense for years, thus allowing them to spend the “saved defense money” on healthcare that each country would normally have spent on defense in their budget.

    Their lavish gov’t healthcare plans were indirectly a GIFT from American taxpayers.

    Now, you’re on your own, chumps. Enjoy your Islamic Healthcare plans.