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  • Woo hoo!! Working on the last $8k!! Let's wrap this baby up!! [FReepathon thread]

    02/29/2016 6:09:16 PM PST · 125 of 225
    parksstp to Jim Robinson; All; onyx; erod; VinL; Isara; SoConPubbie; gov_bean_ counter; katiedidit1; Finny; ...

    No one who still values conservative principles should give to this shitty website that portends to defend conservative ideals.

    How many millions of unborn babies have been murdered on FR’s watch?

    How many decent conservatives have been slandered at FR for standing up for the Constitution?

    Donald Trump is the destruction of this website. I will NEVER support this asshole trickster who is the epitomy of Mathhew 24:24

    You should be ashamed of yourself. I hope in future FReepathons your blood money runs dry. And since you are closer to meeting your maker than many of us are, you had best hope HE doesn’t tell you “Depart from me” like he’ll tell Trump since Trump says he’s never asked God for forgiveness. You can bullshit all the people you want trying to pretend Trump is some sort of conservative outsider, but you’ll never Bullshit the Lord.

    20% of Republicans will NEVER vote for Trump. Count me as one of them. And I will do my damnest to defeat this asshole to protect the ideals of limited government, life, and liberty which is far more than anything you or your shitty site has done the last 20 years.

    I will never forgive you for the vitriol you allowed to spew on Ted Cruz at this fraudulent conservative website.. Hillary Clinton’s guaranteed election is on YOUR Hands, not mine. You were the ones that abandoned conservatism for populism and nationalist bullshit. Not me.

    Do the honorable thing and shut this dumpster fire down. You’ve done more to damage this country at it’s greatest time of need than any one person could do. Your actions have assured the contiued destruction of our country to the liberal downslide.

    Have fun with your Groupthink. When you discount the General Election polls that show Hilderbitch crushing the faux Conservative, don’t say you were warned.


  • Hopes rise for Trump rivals as South Carolina votes

    02/20/2016 6:09:49 AM PST · 41 of 107
    parksstp to C. Edmund Wright

    Do you have any specific numbers for Fairfield County?

    This is a heavily DEM County, but oddly, the % of the 08 and 12 GOP Primaries were closest to the results of any in the state:

    McCain: 33.2
    Huck 29.9
    Thompson: 15.7

    McCain 33%
    Huck: 29%
    Thompson: 17%

    Newt: 40.4%
    Romney: 27.8
    Sant: 17%
    Paul: 13%


    Gingrich: 41%
    Romney: 29%
    Sant: 17%
    Paul 11%

    So +/- 2% but pretty consistent to the overall statewide totals. There were 2,385 that voted in the GOP Primary, which is a pretty high number considering the GOP Nominee usually gets only 3,900 votes in the General Election.

    So if you’re saying 700,00, it’s looking like we may see about 2,600 people in Fairfield. If that happens, then Trump probably wins. I’d estimate he’d have at lesat 800 votes. For Cruz to have a chance, he has to be within about 50 votes here, but he’ll be lucky to get to 600. My last stats had him with about 510 with this turnout but even if he gets to 600 it would match the WSJ Poll but still not be enough. Turnout in this county needs to come down to around 2,000 or less.

    Based on what you’re projecting, I’d guess:
    800 - Trump
    510 - Cruz
    480 - Rubio
    280 - Bush
    230 - Carson
    165 - Kasich
    Others / More Trump Votes: 135

  • Why Ted Cruz's Preemptive Rejection of a Supreme Court Nominee Is Illegitimate

    02/14/2016 12:08:03 PM PST · 61 of 63
    parksstp to C. Edmund Wright

    Before you know who gets suspended happy, can you give some insight into the real situation in SC.

    I haven’t forgotten that in 2012 I was way, way off on turnout. You tried to tell me over 600,000 were coming out and I said you were smoking crack because that would have been a 33% increase from 2008.

    Well it happened. And in addition to that I noted that many of the SC DEM Counties that don’t have a high turnout normally in the primary had pretty high growth with Newt picking up the bulk of the support.

    So where does it stand this time. Are we going to see 600,000 again? Is SC going to back a Pro-Planned Parenthood funder who blames W for 9/11 and that he lied about WMDs?

    If SC goes the way as Iowa, it looks like Cruz should win out a little in the NW part of the state, do no worse than splitting in the low-country low populated counties with Trump, and then hope a Rubio or Establishment takes more votes from Trump in Charleston/Myrtle Beach/Columbia that doesn’t give him a place to make up the vote difference like it did when Rubio won Davenport, Des Moines, and Ames, Cruz still managed to win the heavily populated Evangelical areas in Sioux County and hold his vote totals from previous cycles in the populated areas. If this plays out, Cruz should win.

    But then again if SC voters are just as stupid as the mindless Trumpbots on this site, it doesn’t matter anyway since this country is screwed anyways.

  • Mark Levin Show,M-F,6PM-9PM,EST,WABC AM,February 11,2016

    02/11/2016 3:55:28 PM PST · 42 of 45
    parksstp to Clint N. Suhks

    It’s not about the neutrality.

    Rush and Mark want to believe that after years and years of listening, their audience would be able to identify a true constitutional conservative over a fraud without them having to painstakingly point it out bit by bit.

    Obviously this isn’t the case. Anybody that’s stupid enough to vote for Trump obviously isn’t a conservative. Yet, you notice a boatload of Trumptards come into these threads every single day even after they swear “never to listen to Rush/Levin” again because they desperately want validation for their insane hero worhsip of Anthony Kennedy, er Trump (the political equivalent of Anthony Kennedy).

  • NH Primary Predictions (Trump Wins, but by how much?)

    02/07/2016 10:09:49 AM PST · 18 of 30
    parksstp to Liz

    Take your Anti-Semitism to another thread Liz. I’m not going to tolerate your BS polluting this thread.

    For those unaware, Liz is an Anti-Semite that criticized Cruz for “taking advantage of the goodwill of Arab Christians” and thinks it was great Cruz was booed off stage at this event because Cruz compared the plight of Arab Christians to the plight of the Israelis and that there was common ground and a need to stand with them.

    This has been documented in her posting history several times.

  • NH Primary Predictions (Trump Wins, but by how much?)

    02/07/2016 9:56:37 AM PST · 14 of 30
    parksstp to Anitius Severinus Boethius

    HOLD ON!

    I just remembered something VERY Important.

    NH Polls don’t use voter files. Plus they allow people to vote in their primary if they have the “intention” of claiming residence in the state.

    I forgot, Hillar won NH Primary in 2008 Primarily because she bussed in supporters from Mass. I suspect a lot of that will be going on Tuesday for the Dems as well.

    Watch those State Lines for charter buses coming into Nashua/Dartmouth/Salem on Tuesday!

  • NH Primary Predictions (Trump Wins, but by how much?)

    02/07/2016 9:46:35 AM PST · 12 of 30
    parksstp to dforest

    Dude, stop it, just stop it.

    It’s been a week and you still can’t find ONE person willing to come forwrad that will say “Hey I was going to vote for Ben but then the Cruz people told me he was dropping out and I switched to Cruz and got bamboozled”.

    Cruz won IA fair and square. Get over it.

  • NH Primary Predictions (Trump Wins, but by how much?)

    02/07/2016 9:43:44 AM PST · 9 of 30
    parksstp to Anitius Severinus Boethius

    Lol, Carson isn’t getting 7% of the vote in a state he’s done virtually no campaigning. Carly will most likely beat him.

    You are severally underestimating Kasich’s strength on the ground in NH. He has campaigned there like McCain as if he’s running for President of NH. He will get at least double digits, the voters aren’t bothered by his amnesty talk because they’re a bunch of libs anyway. Ditto with the Jebster.

    I know you’re trying to drag more points for Trump, but just like in IA, they aren’t there. Trump can get as high as 25% and that’s if nobody else crosses 15%, which is possible. But the 30%’s or higher? Unlikely.

  • NH Primary Predictions (Trump Wins, but by how much?)

    02/07/2016 9:26:20 AM PST · 1 of 30
    The easiest method to use is to work "backwards" because information at the lower end is more certain than the upper end.

    Carly/Carson/Gilmore: (5%) -Even ABC didn't think Carson was still in the race as they virtually ignored him for most of the debate. I'm no Carly fan, but at least she's been actively campaigning in NH and had she been on stage maybe Hillary Clinton would've been mentioned and attacked more than last night. Nevertheless, they probably won't comprise more than 5% of the NH vote, and that's including the handful of people who know who the heck Jim Gilmore is.

    Christie/Bush/Kasich (40%) - Last night's debate was make or break for these guys. Had Rubio not stumbled and unified the Establishment, they'd pretty much all be toast. But that didn't happen. Kasich is apparently where Huntsman was 4 years ago in the polls and Bush is close behind. Christie was lagging despite the Union Leader endorsement, but after the assault he put in Rubio last night, it's almost certain that he will at least get to double digits with the rest of them. And that's the problem. None of these guys have nowhere to go after NH so taking down Rubio as important as it was, won't be good enough. Had Rubio consolidated the Establishment vote, the 3 Governors may have combined for as high as 30% on Tuesday, but now it looks more likely that they will take at least 40% with all 3 of them hovering around 13% plus or minus a few points. In this situation, I don't see what difference it makes to be the lead Governor here unless one of them tops Rubio.

    Rubio - He blew it, no way around to say it. Rubio had the best chance to jump into the mid-upper 20's had he consolidated the Establishment vote. But now it's a cluster. He could still probably finish ahead of the 3 Gov's or slip into the same percentages with them. I'm guessing 15% is his floor where one of the Govs may or may not catch him for 3rd.

    So that leaves 40% of the vote to decide between Trump and Cruz, meaning the first one to 20% wins.

    Cruz largely avoided the Rubio assault last night and nobody really attacked him because his voters are not the same for the Establshment. A good showing for Cruz would be to pick up at least 70% of Santorum voters and 50% of Ron Paul supporters from the 2012 results which would get him to around 18% and clear 2nd. But because it looks like whoever can post 20% will win, there is a slight chance Cruz can slip through and win in an upset. If that happened, it would be a historic upset and I don't think the margin would be more than a handful of votes.

    That leaves Trump. After assigning all the numbers, I see Trump winning the NH Primary with about 22% of the vote. He could get to 25% if Cruz fails to clear the field for a solid 2nd, but I think 25% is his cap. This is why that debate for Rubio was so devestating last night. Trump largely stayed out of the fray but some of his answers were horrid such as on eminent domain, forgetting that there's $350B in Medicaid already taking care of the indigent, and his cheap shot at Cruz in the end in his closing statement that was pretty cowardly.

    But NH is a liberal/moderate state. And for those of you into facts, the last time a GOP Candidate won a contested NH Primary AND the Presidency was in 1988 with Bush 41. The last time a Democratic Candidate won a contested Dem Primary AND the Presicdency was Jimmy Carter in 1976! So this thing about NH picking President may be over-rated because Obama, GWB, and Clinton all lost their contested NH Primaries.

    To Recap: Trump 22% Cruz: 18% Rubio: 15% Kasich/Bush/Christie: ~40% total Caly/Carson/Gilmore: ~5% total

  • Donald Trump lost Iowa and perhaps the nomination because he was cheap [vanity]

    02/02/2016 6:58:01 PM PST · 128 of 140
    parksstp to Georgia Girl 2

    Take a look at this map

    Donald Trump can stay in for as long as he wants for all I care! The map shows the REAL story. Trump dings Cruz in the rural areas but not enough to get an overall statewide advantage. It’s almost a tradeoff in the small populated areas. But in the Urban areas such as Des Moines and Davenport where the more moderate Republicans are, Trump underperformed but was clearly getting his votes of Establishment voters that kept Rubio from racking up an Establishment margin in the area of that state. Cruz’s totals in Polk/Scott Counties were the same as the conservative canddiate before. Trump was clearly hurting Rubio much more than Cruz.

    If these 3 are still in at SC, Cruz will win the same way. Myrtle Beach and Charleston are the most “moderate” Republican areas in the state. Based on IA, Rubio won’t rack up the Establishment margins in these areas needed to win SC thanks to Trump. But Trump won’t be able to get a big enough advantage over Cruz in the more conservative parts along the I-85 corridor and in the low country.

    As for NH, Cruz doesn’t need to win. He just neeeds to finish strong leading into SC. His best chance is to consolidate the liberty/Tea Party voters which is good enough for about 20%. It could be good enough for 2nd if Rubio doesn’t consolidate the Establishment Vote, or 3rd at worst. And if Trump slides AND Rubio fails to consolidate the Establishment vote, then Ted DOES have a chance in NH.

  • Trump:"I could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot people and I wouldn’t lose voters."

    01/23/2016 11:00:33 AM PST · 100 of 216
    parksstp to paintriot

    Changes nothing because you’ve lost your ability to think.

    How sad.

  • Trump Spokeswoman (Katrina Pierson): "Malcolm X is my Idol, Republicans are Racist"

    01/23/2016 4:46:40 AM PST · 15 of 90
    parksstp to Cincinatus' Wife; Admin Moderator

    Dang CW, don’t any of you guys ever sleep at night. I did a search on the first page thinking not a lot of articles would be posted overnight, but there it was on the next page. Sorry about that.

    We’ve got a duplicate here mods, please delete my thread. Thanks.

  • Trump Spokeswoman (Katrina Pierson): "Malcolm X is my Idol, Republicans are Racist"

    01/23/2016 4:33:07 AM PST · 2 of 90
    parksstp to VinL; Isara; cripplecreek; CatherineofAragon; SoConPubbie; editor-surveyor; Finny; libbylu

    PING. I might be going out on a limb here, but I don’t think Ms. Pierson like Christians. /sarc

  • Trump Spokeswoman (Katrina Pierson): "Malcolm X is my Idol, Republicans are Racist"

    01/23/2016 4:31:10 AM PST · 1 of 90
    Nah, this isn't something to worry about. I love to get my dose of liberty served like this /sarc

    2 Things I always thought Trump was supposed to be good at: (1) Finding Great People and (2) Firing not so great people. Might be time for Trump to do a #2.

  • Conservative Writers Explain Anti-Trump Manifesto

    01/21/2016 7:26:38 PM PST · 27 of 90
    parksstp to Whenifhow

    Thanks for the link. It wasn’t posted to YT yet so I didn’t get a chance to upload that. Is there 1 video with the full program now?

    Conservative outrage for the bailouts? You mean the bailouts Donald Trump was on record as vocally supporting?

  • Conservative Writers Explain Anti-Trump Manifesto

    01/21/2016 7:24:38 PM PST · 24 of 90
    parksstp to Cboldt

    The Establishment vrs Trump, eh?

    But Burr, Hatch, Dole, McConnell have all pretty much said they can work with Trump and would choose him to stop Cruz because they know they can work with him to get the RINO deals done?

    And again, trying to paint people like Loesch, Sowell, Bozell as “Establishment”? Um, ok.

  • Conservative Writers Explain Anti-Trump Manifesto

    01/21/2016 7:22:09 PM PST · 16 of 90
    parksstp to TTFlyer

    Why, because they have principles and beliefs vital to conservatism that they are unwilling to compromise and view Trump with great skepticism? Did ANY of these people in the video go after Donald Trump personally, or did they stick to the issues?

  • Conservative Writers Explain Anti-Trump Manifesto

    01/21/2016 7:19:41 PM PST · 8 of 90
    parksstp to tennmountainman

    Not necessarily true, there is a mixed bag.

    I see about 8 on the list I know have come out for Cruz. There’s also definite RINOs like Kristol. Squishes like Medved. And Sowell is one of those that really believes Cruz is a showboater event though he agrees with him on most issues.

    Minus Lowry, for the 3 that were interviewed tonight in the video, I don’t think any of them would be considered Bushies.

  • Conservative Writers Explain Anti-Trump Manifesto

    01/21/2016 7:15:28 PM PST · 2 of 90
    parksstp to VinL; Isara; CatherineofAragon; cripplecreek; SoConPubbie; Finny; libbylu; FerociousRabbit; ...

    PING (we’re not alone asking these questions that need to be asked, hopefully)

  • Conservative Writers Explain Anti-Trump Manifesto

    01/21/2016 7:12:59 PM PST · 1 of 90
    There's obvious RINOs on this list, but come on. Dana Loesch is an Establishment hack now? Thomas Sowell (who doesn't even like Cruz)? Brent Bozell?

    The schism is deep and wide. Mark Levin said if you find yourself asking the kinds of questions these people were, it means you're probably a conservative because your an independent thinker who values liberty.

  • Mark Levin Show,M-F,6PM-9PM,EST,WABC AM,January 21,2016

    01/21/2016 5:42:46 PM PST · 136 of 181
    parksstp to Democratic-Republican

    Why do you birthers always ignore the 14 year Residency requirement?

    I keep asking this question and not a single birther can answer it. If the founders were so concerned with the Chief Executive of the USA being influenced or having conflicting loyalties to foreign powers, then why did the founding fathers require ONLY a 14 year residency requirement? 14 years sounds very low. Someone can be born on US Soil to two US Citizen parents, and if they live 60 years in Russia or Saudia Arabia, as long as they live in the US for 14 years, they can be eligible for President using the birther standard. A person like that, the Founders under the birther definition have no problems with becoming President. But someone born to an American mother in Canada who has lived in America virtually their entire life, well, that’s a problem.

  • Trump grabs double-digit lead in Iowa poll (Jeb at 3%)

    01/21/2016 5:27:20 PM PST · 76 of 85
    parksstp to SamAdams76

    How come President Trump turned into Obama?

  • Trump grabs double-digit lead in Iowa poll (Jeb at 3%)

    01/21/2016 5:00:06 PM PST · 66 of 85
    parksstp to SamAdams76

    Well it’s like this.

    President Huckabee basically camped out Iowa where over 90% of his organization was. President Huckabee blew off NH to run a week-long campaign in SC where he beat Fred Thompson and served as a stalking horse for President McCain, as also evidenced in FL and WV.

    President Huckabee had virtually no organization and he still got 30% in the SEC States, winning GA,AL, and AR.

    This time Cruz has $50M and an organization on the ground in every state leading up to Michigan.

    You want to keep playing this game, fine. I guess it’s better than talking about where your crappy progressive liberal slimebag candidate stands on the issues and how they attack anyone using leftist tactics.

  • Mark Levin's fiancee's son works for Ted Cruz.

    01/21/2016 4:47:21 PM PST · 151 of 253
    parksstp to CatherineofAragon

    Mark Levin just used the term “Trumpster” and ripped one to shreds on the radio.

    This is becoming my favorite show. Levin does the job Rush and Hannity refuse to do.

  • Trump grabs double-digit lead in Iowa poll (Jeb at 3%)

    01/21/2016 4:04:02 PM PST · 7 of 85
    parksstp to jimbo123

    Last CNN Poll in 2008 had Romney +6. Huckabee won +9.

    The day of the actual caucus only hitting the large areas, CNN had Romney 25, Paul 21, Santorum 18. Final results: Santorum 24 Romney 24, Paul 21

    320,000 Caucus Voters in JUST the GOP Primary? Let me put it this way. Every FReeper that posts in this thread has a better than of winning the next Powerball Jackpot than this happening. All reports on the ground are that it will be a stretch to get even 20,000 new caucus goers.

    This is why Silver still has Cruz at 52% probability to still win IA.

  • Donald Trump Drafts Sarah Palin in Fight Against Ted Cruz, a Tactic With Risks for Both Sides

    01/20/2016 7:40:56 PM PST · 14 of 50
    parksstp to odawg; erod; VinL; Isara; SoConPubbie; CatherineofAragon; editor-surveyor; Finny; libbylu; ...

    Had Palin endorsed Cruz, is there any doubt what Donald Trump’s Twitter feed would have looked like?

    Probably something like this (Note: These are NOT real Tweets, just an illustration of what would have probably been said had Palin endorsed Cruz).

    from @Real DonaldTrump: @SarahPalinUSA is a washed-up has been who ran away from office when the job got tough. And her Katie Couric Interview was a total disaster.

    from @RealDonaldTrump: Nobody likes @SarahPalinUSA Anymore. Just ask Steve Schmidt or Nicole Wallace who had to deal with her. Totally Unprofressional.

    from @RealDonaldTrump: @SarahPalinUSA isn’t even good at television. How many of her shows have been canceled due to low ratings? And not even on a major network like me.

    from @RealDonaldTrump: @SarahPalinUSA came to me for mentorship and never once listened to any advice I gave her. What a loser!

    And therein lies the problem. We could have a contest about what Trump’s twitter feed would have looked like had Palin endorsed Cruz. Would they look similar to the examples I just provided above? You Betcha!

  • Trump: "The Problem With Washington,They Don't Make Deals,It's All Gridlock"

    01/20/2016 7:38:42 PM PST · 171 of 173
    parksstp to CatherineofAragon

    And people that defend him and REAL Conservative sites like Conservative Review are the ones being persecuted.

    I would have replied to the FReepmail you sent me earlier, but apparently someone thought calling a Trumpster “stupid” for their trashing of CR by propping up a pseudo-conservative website like CTH which has been Cruz bashing 24/7, my posts are now being screened and not posting until hours later.

    I’ve almost lost total interest in this. It’s back to prayer and fasting for now.

  • Trump NOW BASHES Cruz for what Sarah Palin wanted in 2011 – to END ethanol subsidies!!

    01/19/2016 8:53:27 PM PST · 67 of 72
    parksstp to TBBT; VinL; Isara; CatherineofAragon; cripplecreek; Finny; libbylu; editor-surveyor

    It’s a disgrace and truly and disappointing day.

    I don’t have a problem with her endorsement. I’m more angry with the timing. Trump has been rabid in a left-wing attack on Cruz for over a week, continues bashing him today, and Palin awards him with this?

    And to top that off, Bristol refers to Ted as “mean”? Are you freaking kidding me?

    At this point, I don’t care anymore. If any of you know of a decent company that invests in food/supplies for the coming disaster, please let me know. Our chances of saving this country are going down the toilet.

  • Trump: Please join me tomorrow in Iowa for a major announcement featuring a special guest (Update)

    01/19/2016 12:54:39 AM PST · 415 of 441
    parksstp to libbylu

    the plane already landed today. the event is tomorrow.

    This is strange. I don’t see anything that leads to a Palin endorsement. It would be very strange given the leftwing attacks Trump went after Cruz on. Unless she’s one of those that buy into the birther garbage.

    I don’t think it’s her unless Falwell jr. backed out and Trump asked as a favor for Sarah to attend to save the rally, not as an endorser but as a guest. What’s she going to say, no? I don’t think she’d turn down speaking if asked. But I don’t think that will be an endorsement no different from when Sessions attended the rally in Mobile.

  • Mark Halperin hints Sarah Palin will endorse Trump tomorrow in Iowa [vanity]

    01/18/2016 2:03:43 PM PST · 21 of 108
    parksstp to springwater13


    It was supposed to be Jerry Falwell Jr but this appears to have been pre-mature or at least there was enough backlash to where Falwell Jr has now backed out. Kind of like Trump on his “visit to Israel” and his announcement about being endorsed by 100 pastors when it was only a handful.

    Now they’re trying to save face.

  • Donald Trump just shredded NY-hater Ted Cruz in 6 Tweets

    01/18/2016 11:28:18 AM PST · 75 of 103
    parksstp to CatherineofAragon; cripplecreek; SoConPubbie; editor-surveyor; VinL; Isara; Finny; libbylu

    COA, I can’t FReepmail but check out the twitter feed for Deace this afternoon. Bad news for VA. Will hurt the credibility of Falwell Jr.

  • Poll: Trump leads, but when it comes to second choice, Cruz is on top

    01/17/2016 10:08:55 PM PST · 45 of 60
    parksstp to Critical 1

    I’ve looked at the data and gone through each of the counties. I know what type of person votes for whom.

    Covered with on the ground reports, all indications are turnout will now be less than even 130,000 in IA. In 2 weeks, I’ll put the hard vote totals out. The spreadsheet only has 60 of the 99 counties so far but I’m working on the rest.

    What I do know is at this time, Cruz is running ahead of Huckabee’s 08 numbers and Trump is capped at 27%, but the closeness of the Dem Caucus is going to bring that number down further.

  • Ted Cruz’s Father: My Son “Anointed” To “Take Control of Society”..

    01/17/2016 9:03:36 PM PST · 57 of 371
    parksstp to Jane Long

    Can you say stupid much?

    Conservative Review isn’t out to protect Cruz or ANY candidate for that matter. Conservative Review exists to promote conservative values and principles. Just because their researched and FACTUAL ratings don’t correlate to your projections of Trump doesn’t mean they suck. It just means you enjoy living in denial.

    CTH has had a hate-on for Cruz for the entire cycle with these garbage hit pieces. Just because your candidate sucks on SUBSTANTIVE issues doesn’t give you the right to pull up BS crap stories with no merit.

    Only an idiot would beleive Ted Cruz subscribes to this nonsense. But then again, only an idiot would back Trump in the debate on the NYValues question and pretend like they didn’t know what Cruz was talking about, which is what you did.

    So when you have SUBSTANTIVE issues to discuss come back and reply to me. Otherwise, FReep off.

  • Ted Cruz’s Father: My Son “Anointed” To “Take Control of Society”..

    01/17/2016 8:37:14 PM PST · 5 of 371
    parksstp to Just mythoughts

    No, it’s another crap hit piece by Trumpsters using their favorite BS poster at Conservative Treehouse.

    Seriously, Sundance sounds like one of those Ron Paul nutcases or a DNC operative.

  • Poll: Trump leads, but when it comes to second choice, Cruz is on top

    01/17/2016 8:33:49 PM PST · 35 of 60
    parksstp to Red Steel

    General Election polling is much different from Primary/Caucus polling.

    2008- ARG, Reuters, and CNN/ORC had Romney +3 and +6 respectively the week of the caucus. Huckabee won by 9.

    2012 - On the day of the Caucus, CNN Exit Poll had Romney 25%, Paul 23% and Santorum 18%. Santorum won by less than 30 votes. There’s too many rural princints not taken into account which puts too much weight on the larger areas that can skew results.

    Cruz is going to win IA by at least 10 points (possibly more). If the Caucuses were today:

    Cruz: 37%
    Trump: 23%
    Rubio: 14%
    Carson: 7%
    Bush: 5%
    Paul: 4%
    Huckabee: 4%
    Christie: 3%
    Fiorina: 2%
    Santorum/Kasich/Others: 1%

    This will reset the polls somewhat. NH will be closer, but if Trump doesn’t have a meltdown Howard Dean moment losing big in IA, he’ll still be the favorite in NH. But Cruz is on a NH tour right now where the goal will be 2nd place and 20% to get delegates. It will look something like this:

    Trump: 24%
    Cruz: 20%
    Rubio: 15%
    Christie: 12%
    Kasich: 11%
    Bush: 11%
    Fiorina: 4%
    Carson: 3%
    Others: <1%

    Trump wins but it’s not as dominant, setting up SC. Cruz’s game will be very strong and Cruz will come out on top.

    Cruz: 32%
    Trump: 25%
    Rubio: 15%
    Bush: 10%
    Carson: 8%
    Christie: 7%
    Others: 3%

    Kasich, Chrisie, Fiorina, Santorum, and Huckabee are gone by then end of SC. Bush and Rubio stay in for the NV Caucuses.

    Here, Cruz uses his organization and as a Caucus to once again beat Trump. Rubio’s ground game never materializes and he and Bush are further back, with Bush finally dropping out.

    Cruz: 40%
    Trump: 35%
    Rubio: 15%
    Bush: 10%

    From there it’s onto Super Tuesday where Cruz wins the SEC primary.

  • Donald J. Trump: Major Announcement, special guest Tuesday January 19th Ames, Iowa

    01/17/2016 2:48:54 PM PST · 167 of 201
    parksstp to Theodore R.

    Branstad and the IA GOPe are unofficially behind Christie but won’t come out publically because Christie’s numbers were low and they were waiting to see if he would challenge Rubio there for the Establishment spot.

  • Donald J. Trump: Major Announcement, special guest Tuesday January 19th Ames, Iowa

    01/17/2016 2:46:43 PM PST · 166 of 201
    parksstp to springwater13

    You people are smoking something wild if you think Palin will come anywhere near Trump after he went left with his attacks on Cruz. That crap isn’t going to work and Palin will be with Mark Levin on this.

    As for announcements, I see 3 possibilities based on other rumors I am hearing:

    (1) Mike Huckabee suspends his campaign and endorses Trump in IA to spite the people that abandoned him since his ego is about as big as Trump’s


    (2) Willie Robertson to counter Phil Roberson’s endorsement of Cruz


    (3) Trump’s going to continue the false narrative on “NY Values” debate by inviting some Iowan that was involved with the 9/11 events such as a former NYPD or NYFD worker who will tell their story and endorse Trump or whatever.

    I tend to think it’s the 3rd and is being used as an attempt to continue the false attacks because Trump thinks he won the argument, and by using an Iowan that somehow it will give him more credibility there.

    It will be one of these.

  • Trump: Ted Cruz Is ‘A Nasty Guy’ [VIDEO]

    01/17/2016 2:19:25 PM PST · 23 of 141
    parksstp to 2ndDivisionVet

    So when is Cruz going to post the Janet Jackson “Nasty” video to Twitter? Seems like a good response, lol.

    Cant wait for Cruz to kick Trump’s arse in IA. And Trump knows it’s going to get bloody.

  • Heh Crook-Uz! (Sen. Ted Cruz)

    01/17/2016 2:12:55 PM PST · 35 of 42
    parksstp to Liz; VinL; Isara; cripplecreek; CatherineofAragon; editor-surveyor; Finny; libbylu

    Anyone engaging with the poster “Liz” needs to read the link from the following posts. Not only have they attacked Cruz in the past, but have made comments that can only be classified as anti-semitic, specifically when they criticized Cruz for “Taking advantage of the plight of middle eastern christians” when he was booed off stage for stating that they needed to stand with the nation of Israel who suffer similar persecution. Also note that while “Liz” is a supposedly bleeding-heart Trump supporter, there’s not one comment from them regarding the joint rally Cruz and Trump held on the Iran Nuclear Deal which was very much concerned with Israel’s security as well as the US.

  • TRUMP: I’m bigger than REAGAN!

    01/17/2016 8:34:53 AM PST · 6 of 123
    parksstp to Nachum
  • Ted Cruz Visits Texas Border To Welcome Illegal Alien Families…

    01/17/2016 5:30:29 AM PST · 2 of 66
    parksstp to Sybeck1; All

    LOL, Sundance, a DNC Operative working under the guise of a conservative website. You people citing this moron are going to look real stupid when the truth comes out about who they really are.

  • Democrats side with Donald Trump on one question from Republican Debate

    01/16/2016 8:51:23 AM PST · 43 of 53
    parksstp to Pravious

    And at least I know what the difference is between real conservatism and being a progressive a-hole. No wonder you like Trump so much. Birds of a feather...

  • Democrats side with Donald Trump on one question from Republican Debate

    01/16/2016 6:45:37 AM PST · 32 of 53
    parksstp to Pravious

    Facts are NOT TDS Moron. If your too ignorant to actually research your candidate’s positions and realize what Trump did in the debate on the NY Values question was play the equivalent of the race card, then you have no business being anywhere near a voting booth. We have enough lofo voters to deal with already.

  • Lay off New York, Ted Cruz

    01/15/2016 9:08:22 PM PST · 110 of 112
    parksstp to WRhine

    Concrete Examples of this, else this is precisely what I mean when I say your posts are dependent on “making sh*t up*.

    By the way, Levin’s a FReeper. If you’re not a coward, you should repeat what you just said to him directly.

  • Lay off New York, Ted Cruz

    01/15/2016 8:43:43 PM PST · 106 of 112
    parksstp to WRhine

    There’s a difference between “thinking on one’s own”(which I always do, but very shrewdly do my homework and research to come to the conclusions I do), and “making sh*t up” (which is the hallmark of your postings)

  • Lay off New York, Ted Cruz

  • Did Trump walk into a trap on “NY Values” fight?

    01/15/2016 8:11:23 PM PST · 82 of 164
    parksstp to Awgie

    You’re a moron.

    “All” Trump did was play the equivalent of the Race Card. Cruz laid out EXACTLY what New York Values are. Trump knew he couldn’t win the argument on substance because of the Russert interview. So what did Trump do? He basically said, you’re not attacking me because I’m a liberal in disguise, you’re attacking me because I’m a New Yorker.

    It was the Race Card...Republican Style and it was planned by Trump. So if you buy this crap Trump is selling, the next time you get po’ed at a lib trying to say people disagree with them because of their color, you have nothing to stand on since you encourage this garbage.

    Nothing Cruz said had ANYTHING to do about 9/11 or the NYPD or the FD. And you either know that or you’re a liberal troll who’s hidden in the shadows. There is no middle ground on this.

    I guess we’ll never be able to talk about the Washington Cartel anymore because Trump will bring up the Pentagon attack. And we probably won’t be able to talk about Hollywood’s war on America because Trump will bring up the San Benadino attacks.

    But for lofo voters like you, I guess that crap works.

  • Mark Levin DID go Beck

    01/15/2016 6:13:51 PM PST · 21 of 68
    parksstp to ShivaFan; holdonnow

    Since you were too much of a coward to ping Mr. Levin with your idiotic rant, I helped you out.

  • Lay off New York, Ted Cruz

    01/15/2016 6:03:50 PM PST · 73 of 112
    parksstp to WRhine

    Your on the wrong board. You Bernie people aren’t going to be able to hide behind the shadows forever. That class warfare just oozes out.

  • Lay off New York, Ted Cruz

    01/15/2016 5:33:40 PM PST · 29 of 112
    parksstp to napscoordinator


    I guess your not remembering when Trump called out all Iowans when he was losing to carson and said “What the hell are you doing, why I am losing to [carson], are you all stupid?”

    people knew what Cruz meant Naps. Even the MSM and Trumpsters knew. Cruz won the exchange hands down.