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  • UK's Cameron says Trump comments on Muslim ban 'very dangerous'

    05/22/2016 5:25:19 AM PDT · 10 of 46
    wayoverontheright to RoosterRedux

    Trump is right.

    Trump is the only one who’s right.

    There simply is no solution to the Muslim problem in America, which doesn’t involve consequences. Consequences that by necessity must accrue to all Muslims. Yes, innocent ones too.

    Our goal should be to make America the most inhospitable place in the world to practice Islam of the Middle-Eastern variety.

    Otherwise, we have to have the ability to read minds.

  • BREAKING NEWS: House Calls For Impeachment Of Barack Obama … It’s Official!

    05/22/2016 4:05:49 AM PDT · 31 of 45
    wayoverontheright to CorporateStepsister

    It was ok when our banks were coerced by “too big to fail”. It was ok when 150 years of bankruptcy law was pretzeled by the Executive to bail out the auto workers unions. It was ok when our Legislative had no say in “stimulus” favoring of Obama cronies who made solar panels and wind turbines, at the expense of coal miners. It was OK when employers were coerced into enabling Obamacare, forced into cutting hours of their employees, told they couldn’t ask any questions about backgrounds and status of prospective hires.

    It was ok when billions were imposed on industry in the name of global warming. They were employers, THE PRIVATE SECTOR, and thus inherently evil. They can just take it out of their ill-gotten, obscene “profit”

    So it’s ok. It’s a bunch of businessmen.

    But now it’s THE SCHOOLS AND STATE GOVERNMENTS that will have to pony up to alter and build new bathrooms, and perhaps SPEND MONEY to accommodate the emperor’s wishes. That’s it! it’s time for IMPEACHMENT!

  • Top Democrat Shaun King Quitting Democratic Party Over Corruption Revelations

    05/22/2016 3:23:59 AM PDT · 10 of 20
    wayoverontheright to chopperman

    Well, here we have a genetically pure white boy, who identifies as black. He leads a grievance group prone to violence, a group which saw its demise in the aftermath of the Charleston massacre, and now he’s pissed because he couldn’t shakedown the Donkey party for some scratch.

    A life-long Democrat, the black part of him wasn’t aware that only OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY would be available for the black part of him. Donations belong to the party, bro’.

    Instructive that he calls Jeremiah Wright “afrocentric”. And David Duke would be......”caucasocentric”?

    Donald Trump “gringocentric”?

  • Report: Megyn Kelly’s Primetime Flop Wipes Out Leverage in Fox Contract Negotiatons

    05/21/2016 4:48:04 AM PDT · 66 of 85
    wayoverontheright to Sir Napsalot
    Good evening, this is Megyn Kelly reporting for CNN...

    Following his divisive, rambling, tele-prompter-less inaugural speech, President Trump today issued a plea to the British to return the bust of Winston Churchill to Washington. Seemingly bent on stirring needless controversy, Trump promised to afford the sculpture a "conspicuous place of honor" in the White House.

    Though some extreme Republicans lauded the move, others seem to think the request to be a gratuitous attempt to impugn former President Barack Obama. Trump once again seems to be impervious to the facts, in that it has been clear from day one that the British held the son of a former Kenyan subject in disdain, thus fully to blame for the disfunctional relationship between the two countries, throughout our 44th President's tenure.....

    Trump also scheduled a talk with the Canadian Ambassador, ostensibly to discuss possibilities of returning to a dialogue on opening the Keystone Pipeline, or perhaps to ask for a commitment from Ottawa to pay for a wall to hinder the re-entry of patriots who fled the US in protest after his election in November.....

    In other news, Trump's Secretary of Transportation, Dale Earnhart Jr., today said he will work with Congress to rescind the decades-old Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards, saying "In line with President Trump's policies requiring each department to be responsible for worker-productivity improvements, we must free our citizens to purchase the high-horsepower vehicles they will require to get to their new jobs, on time, every time."

    Coming up after the break, an interview with Rosie O'Donnell, from her cabin somewhere in Saskatchewan......

  • Suddenly, no more mass shootings. Hmmmm.

    05/20/2016 9:14:23 AM PDT · 39 of 146
    wayoverontheright to Lazamataz

    I don’t know if this is the answer you are looking for, but I think Charleston, SC, and the shooting’s aftermath, was a significant emotional event for this country. A possible turning point. Effects are subliminal, because no one knows how to begin to talk about it.

    Surreal. White man masacres innocent blacks in church. Black community insisted on being Christian first, and black second. Blacks and whites came together in southern city. Race grievance industry told to stay away. At once sad, astounding and beautiful.

    Usual race-mongers disoriented, mystified, muted.

    Shootings stopped.

  • 'Ferguson Effect' Is Real, and It Threatens to Harm Black Americans Most

    05/20/2016 5:51:02 AM PDT · 16 of 34
    wayoverontheright to Kaslin
    Black Americans were the primary victims of the huge crime increase starting in the late 1960s, and they will be the primary victims again if the Ferguson effect continues to result in more homicides. Can't we prevent this awful history from repeating itself?

    Yes. By electing Donald Trump, a halt to deliberate racial incitement from the White House, and reinforcing the "Charleston Effect". A Christian renaissance would work too........

  • Washington Post unleashes army of reporters on Trump

    05/20/2016 5:34:31 AM PDT · 25 of 40
    wayoverontheright to luke1825

    Pravda on the Potomac.

    Owned by an oligarch. Led by Ivy League America-hating lemmings, staffed by brain-washed, anti-capitalist spawn of Antonio Gramsci, none of whom have ever spent a day in the real private sector, mobilized now to “save” the Democrat party, the only ones in the room unaware that the BIG HE is the one who has forsaken them.

    Hey Pravda on the Potomac, don’t you get it? Due to term limits, the BIG HE has no use for your beloved party anymore. His aspirations are global now.

    Oh, the anger. The feeling of betrayal when they realize WHO sold them down the river......may not be soon.

    The BIG HE doesn’t play second fiddle. The BIG HE won’t lift a finger to get a Dem in the WH. LAST thing HE wants.. HE’ll thus retain his leash on the DONKEY, emaciated and weakly braying it may be. Because HE can......

    Why didn’t HE help us? Pravda will wonder. When they figure it out it will be too late.

  • The Case for Panicking (The Left is freaking out on new polls)

    05/20/2016 4:16:16 AM PDT · 43 of 52
    wayoverontheright to JLAGRAYFOX
    Folks.....it’s gonna get much worse....not only for Hillary Clinton, but, for the entire Democrat Party. Problem.....Obama, who loves, “ONLY” himself, has left the Democrat Party with without a POTUS bench.

    Isn't it apparent now, that Barack Obama doesn't care a whit for the Democrat party?

    My prediction is that he won't lift a finger to get a Dem into the White House. Obama wants the party for himself, and it's best for his ambitions if his party is defeated. Obama wants to be the World Community Organizer. To lead the leftist agitation that we will see daily for years to come. Barack Obama, thanks to term limits, has no further use for the Democrat party.

    Signs have been there for years. He didn't attempt to alter Obamacare at all after the 2010 mid-term debacle. He didn't move an inch after the 2014 mid-term shellacking. He has done nothing as the party has been emaciated. All of this has been deliberate, IMHO. Obama considers his "new position" as a promotion. He doesn't want Hillary, he doesn't want Bernie, he doesn't even want Biden. He'll sit back and watch the Dems lose, and be just fine with it.

    Great post, JLAFox!

  • Trump Leads Hillary!,Well Juan Williams? Who Looks Like A Complete Fool Now?

    05/19/2016 2:59:14 PM PDT · 20 of 80
    wayoverontheright to Cruz_West_Paul2016

    Turnout models will more resemble the two recent mid-terms than the 2012 general election. No racial guilt/racism at work here. Big turn out for an angry bunch of voters.

  • Hillary's Support Among Democrats Fades As Party Crisis Looms (Rat high drama alert)

    05/19/2016 4:15:53 AM PDT · 48 of 54
    wayoverontheright to stocksthatgoup
    Why would Obama hand the keys to the Democrar Party back to the Clintons? Hillary looks to be losing the General Election. Obama canker the indictment go forward and hand pick his puppet. Keeping control of the Dem Party levers........

    Yep, Obama has no intention of allowing the Clintons back into the WH. He doesn't like Bernie either. I don't think Obama wants ANY Democrat, including Biden, as President.

    Remember, Barack is a community organizer, agitator extraordinaire, and requires an enemy IN POWER, to be able to lead his cabal.

    Barack doesn't care one whit for the Democrat party. The party has nothing to offer him moving forward. He has destroyed the party, and I think it is deliberate. Obama wants to lead a world-wide leftist movement, better to have the enemy in the WH.

  • Trump refers to alleged Bill Clinton sexual indiscretions as 'rape'

    05/19/2016 3:58:09 AM PDT · 31 of 65
    wayoverontheright to Zakeet

    The brand of leftism that emerged in the sixties has always been about sex. Sex has never been “free”, nor will it ever be. It’s a myth, an illusion, and at some point, a return to tried and true cultural norms becomes society’s only resort.

    I know more than a few parents who are amazed (some even dismayed) their teens seem to value modesty and chastity, and express pro-life views that the parents don’t hold. These kids are today’s campus radicals. “Going steady” is in again. For many kids, it’s a natural reaction to the chaos around them.

    The war is not won, same-sexes can still be seen walking down the halls holding hands, but they’re merely tolerated now, not as exalted as they once were. Perhaps there’s a revolution afoot, maybe, maybe not, but some signs are visible.

  • The Left’s Jihad against American energy

    05/18/2016 5:41:09 AM PDT · 3 of 5
    wayoverontheright to Kaslin

    Good article. Thanks for posting.

    Author sums up the modus-operandi of the anti free-market players involved. Though it is getting little press, I think the pending libel suit brought by Michael (Hockey Stick) Mann against Mark Steyn could be the trial of the century.

    Steyn will be able to subpoena the documents and falsified raw data that Mann used to create the graphic ruse which is the lynchpin of the CO2-is-the-culprit cabal. Discovery, in this trial, will be a big problem for AGW crowd.

    If this gets to a judge, CO2 will be exonerated, because in Mann’s data lies proof that CO2 increases FOLLOW temp increases. Complete ruse, hoax, will be exposed, IMHO.

  • Bernie Sanders Takes Oregon, Looks to California

    05/18/2016 3:59:28 AM PDT · 9 of 56
    wayoverontheright to pieceofthepuzzle
    The question I have is what percentage of the Bernie voters are anti-Hillary, and what percentage are pro-Bernie and pro-socialism?

    Good question.

    2016 will be seen as the "rejection election".

    The Bernie phenomenon is a rejection of the Obama years. For the kids, it's the "I" by his name, the absence of the "D". They don't care about his socialism, they don't know enough to fear socialism. Obama, not Hillary, is the donkey in the room. No one can overtly state the obvious, because.....racism.

    Hillary is tied to the Obama years in ways that Bernie is not, in the minds of Bernie supporters.

    In the same way, the Trump phenomenon is not so much an embrace of his policies as it is a rejection, a visceral one, of the Washington establishment.

  • Whoopi on Trump: I Don’t Want a Racist As President

    05/18/2016 3:17:40 AM PDT · 80 of 89
    wayoverontheright to Impala64ssa

    Donald Trump is not racist.

    He’s gringo-centric.

  • Obama: By Almost Every Measure, America and World Are Better Than 8 Years Ago

    05/16/2016 9:14:48 AM PDT · 73 of 90
    wayoverontheright to Zakeet

    “Things are better now than ever. I know this because people I enriched by giving them power and money agree with me.”

  • At Commencement Speech, Obama Warns Of Climate Change Amid Record Cold Temperatures In New Jersey

    05/16/2016 9:07:49 AM PDT · 23 of 27
    wayoverontheright to rktman

    “I know it’s really cold right now, but take it from me, it’s going to get hot. Really hot. I know because people I funded to say it’s going to be hot, say it’s going to be hot”.

  • NY Times, Washington Post, TV Media, Obama, Clinton, Democrats, Flop Miserably. (Vanity)

    05/16/2016 6:13:33 AM PDT · 16 of 26
    wayoverontheright to combat_boots
    Capitalism is like asparagus. Once planted, it pops up all over, even after the original plants are harvested.

    Asparagus, I LIKE that!

  • New Obama Admin Attack on Payday Lenders Raises Concerns Gun Industry Could Be Next

    05/16/2016 6:01:56 AM PDT · 7 of 11
    wayoverontheright to Vigilanteman
    Personally, I thing payday loan lenders are sleezebags....

    Payday lenders, title loan establishments, and buy-here-pay-here car dealers are a market reaction to federal government interventions in banking. They've all been around since the sixties, but really began to boom after Dodd-Frank, which was possessed of overly extreme aversion to risk. It can be argued that this is a good thing, but these entities cropped up as a reaction by the market to fill a void. This phenomenon is demand-driven. Suddenly there was a huge under-served market to cater to (exploit?).

    I'm sorry, they are being targeted by the CFPB because they serve Donkey party constituencies. Government not the hero. Can't have that.

    Since the market is populated by "sleaze bags" who over-charge, why isn't it an opportunity for someone to enter the market on their white horse and undercut all the current players? Easy pickings, no?

    If you are lending to people who have never paid anyone well, or have no collateral, you are taking risk. This risk must be priced. Over all, the industries above are very profitable. How can this be, if borrowers aren't actually paying the loans back? Customers of these institutions are not the ones complaining. Only those who don't live pay-check to pay-check are complaining.

    The solution is taking another look at the regulations creating this void, not stamping out those filling it.

  • NY Times, Washington Post, TV Media, Obama, Clinton, Democrats, Flop Miserably. (Vanity)

    05/16/2016 5:31:13 AM PDT · 12 of 26
    wayoverontheright to JLAGRAYFOX

    I was a leftist in the late sixties. It was our plan to someday install one of our own in the White House. By the time Bill Clinton came along, I had already left the liberal plantation.

    What we have to understand about the American left, is that it’s always been about sex. Oh yeah, they wanted socialism, but what should have been the primary goal would always succumb to the banal urges. Gramsci would be ashamed. Bunch of pikers.

    Bill Clinton had to purport to be a “centrist”. It was all a ruse. If you’re a true lefty, he didn’t get much done. His years can be summed up as a failed attempt to “sell” America on socialism, without ever saying the word. Didn’t work. American capitalism was just too strongly ingrained, was delivering for the people, and could not be successfully maligned. So let’s just get everybody laid.

    Barack Obama, it can now be observed, clearly attempted to impose socialism, no attempt to sell it to the people. Same outcome. Capitalism has been severely impaired during the Obama years, but not defeated. Obama must feel it’s like some weed in the garden that you whack here and there and it keeps popping back up all over the place. So no surprise, ‘can’t ditch Adam Smith, so we’ll do the bidding of Masters and Johnson, Kinsey, Erica Jong, Madonna, Ellen de Generis. The counter-revolution begins, this time in North Carolina. We’ll survive this too.

    As to American capitalism......

    We made it. We have survived Obama. American capitalism, though wounded, will heal again.

    We’re different than Russia, pre-Lenin. We’re different than China before Mao. Venezuela before Chavez. Cuba before Castro. We’ve tasted the fruits of freedom for 275 years. Makes us difficult to put to sleep for very long.

    I think the Obama years destroyed the Democrat party. Pretty much completely. Decades out of power is what they face. Fitting result. Just desserts. Who will fill the void? We’d be wise to keep our guard up.

    But for now, capitalism too much like a weed. Clinton, Obama both failed.

    Thank God.

  • How the goals set by Democrats have changed in 55 years. (vanity)

    05/16/2016 4:36:36 AM PDT · 5 of 6
    wayoverontheright to Leaning Right

    I was a leftist in the late sixties. It was our plan to someday install one of our own in the White House. By the time Bill Clinton came along, I had already left the liberal plantation.

    Bill Clinton had to purport to be a “centrist”. It was all a ruse. If you’re a true lefty, he didn’t get much done. His years can be summed up as a failed attempt to “sell” America on socialism, without ever saying the word. Didn’t work. American capitalism was just too strongly ingrained, was delivering for the people, and could not be successfully maligned.

    Barack Obama, it can now be observed, clearly attempted to impose socialism, no attempt to sell it to the people. Same outcome. Capitalism has been severely impaired during the Obama years, but not defeated. Obama must feel it’s like some weed in the garden that you whack here and there and it keeps popping back up all over the place.

    We made it. We have survived Obama. American capitalism, though wounded, will heal again.

    We’re different than Russia, pre-Lenin. We’re different than China before Mao. Venezuela before Chavez. Cuba before Castro. We’ve tasted the fruits of freedom for 275 years. Makes us difficult to put to sleep for very long.

    I think the Obama years destroyed the Democrat party. Pretty much completely. Decades out of power is what they face. Fitting result. Just desserts.

    Capitalism too much like a weed. Clinton, Obama both failed.

    Thank God.

  • Feldman: Never Say Never and Obama’s Waterloo

    05/15/2016 1:06:54 PM PDT · 15 of 18
    wayoverontheright to jazusamo

    Big Backfire.

    Some possible repercussions over time........

    Yet another reason for states to refuse any future federal initiative with fed/state cost sharing.

    Another reason for parents to choose private school, or home school, for their children’s education.

    A possible straw/camel effect as regards school vouchers.

    Smart Governors will begin to plan to have the ability to say no to the Feds next time they are extorted into doing the Feds’ bidding against their will. Call it the FUnd. Could be big campaign issue.

  • Mark Mobius: Here's why Trump won't actually start a trade war

    05/15/2016 6:43:08 AM PDT · 8 of 18
    wayoverontheright to central_va
    Trump...is a great negotiator. He’s flexible. I don’t see any of these things about trade wars coming to pass. I don’t see it. I think he will negotiate and get deals done. And I think that’s the important thing.”

    I agree. Perhaps the threat of tariffs was a warning shot, a negotiating ploy, more than anything else. Ditto the proposal to renegotiate the debt service. Focussing their minds in a way that only a good negotiator can.

    We do need to fight back, and there are so many ways to do so. Tariffs should be a last resort, or perhaps a limited one, IMHO.

    As to bringing jobs home, I think Trump's tax plan, the reduction in corporate tax, the one-time 10% incentive to bring overseas profits home, combined with the removal of some egregious regulations, will stunt the exodus of jobs, if not bring many of them back home, and unlike tariffs, won't ask the consumer to pay for it.

  • Hillary and Her Coke Habit

    05/15/2016 6:07:40 AM PDT · 27 of 34
    wayoverontheright to wayoverontheright
    Crack heads do cough, but Hillary would be thin as a rail if she were using crack.

    Actually, I do need to correct this, I have known some heavy crack users who actually had the opposite problem, they became quite corpulent, chronically so. At some point, it seems to become extreme, one way or the other.

  • Hillary and Her Coke Habit

    05/15/2016 5:47:26 AM PDT · 23 of 34
    wayoverontheright to Jess Kitting
    Just wondering, what are the symptoms of long-term cocaine usage?

    Complete and utter alienation from family and friends. Even among rich people who don't have to steal to feed habit. Shaking hands. Noticeable inability to focus, to converse normally. Verbal and cognitive abilities erode noticeably over time. Hillary's brand of semantic deviousness requires a degree of mental agility that an addict just wouldn't be able to retain over time.

    Apathy. Sloth. Chronic inability to show up for work, especially Mondays. Warped concept of time. Memory impairment. (OK, I know....)

    Crack heads do cough, but Hillary would be thin as a rail if she were using crack. At her age, any usage of cocaine would be "chronic". No way to just dabble in this stuff at this stage of her life. Drug addicts, in general, lack ambition and drive, are anti-social, drug is only BFF needed.

    Bill? Now THAT'S another story. Inability to maintain natural body mass? Check. Bulbous redish nose? Check, although virtually no one does powder anymore. My guess is Bill is on the wagon now, from whatever demon chemical. He's also just a bit more....functional, than a current chronic user would be, IMHO.

  • Hillary and Her Coke Habit

    05/15/2016 4:48:23 AM PDT · 12 of 34
    wayoverontheright to Jess Kitting

    Sorry, take it from someone who regrettably has experience here, Hillary shows none of the symptoms of chronic coke usage. Maybe she dabbled in the past, I even doubt that. Signs are not there for either powder or crack. Coke is too all-consuming. Too physically debilitating. She doesn’t use pot, either. Too much meanness in this woman.

    Alcohol? Possibly.

  • Obama, the Potty Bully

    05/15/2016 4:26:33 AM PDT · 7 of 29
    wayoverontheright to GonzoII

    “The Obama Presidency” should henceforth be referred to only as the “Obama Monarchy”.

    Already focus grouped with my liberal friends. I thought they’d wear it proudly, but it really cuts them, no defense offered. It seems the liberal Eden has always rejected authoritarianism. Just sayin’.

  • Obama Admin Rule Forces Hospitals, Doctors Accepting Federal Funds to Provide Gender Transition

    05/15/2016 3:01:04 AM PDT · 3 of 24
    wayoverontheright to detective

    The Obama Monarchy..

    This has backfire written all over it. Doctors will have their own Boston Harbor event, unfortunately they’ll be tossing medicare patients over the side.......as if they needed another reason.

    Legislation without representation.

  • Trump taps climate change skeptic, fracking advocate as key energy advisor

    05/13/2016 11:01:59 AM PDT · 11 of 95
    wayoverontheright to maggief

    But, but, but....Trump’s still not a REAL conservative....I>sarc

  • A chronic problem : Ideas for reducing the debt burden

    05/13/2016 10:10:39 AM PDT · 7 of 11
    wayoverontheright to Lorianne

    1-De-criminlize carbon dioxide.

    2-Remove 80% of animals, bugs from endangered species list.

    3-Sell off a minority of energy-laden public lands for drilling, mining, and development.

    4-Pay off debt.

  • Seattle U Students Occupy Office, Demand School To 'Decentralize Whiteness'

    05/13/2016 10:02:28 AM PDT · 47 of 89
    wayoverontheright to Zakeet
    The curriculum........should place particular emphasis not on traditional educational concepts but instead on "racism, gentrification, sexism, colonialism, imperialism, global white supremacy, and other ethical questions about systems of power."

    In other words, we do not want "education", we want AFFIRMATION for failed beliefs we already hold, beliefs which are difficult to maintain what with all this reality going on around us.

    We want from "education" the same thing we crave from the media. And for the same reason.

  • ‘Progressive economics strikes again!’ Wendy’s proves that the real minimum wage is actually $0.00

    05/13/2016 6:33:57 AM PDT · 7 of 71
    wayoverontheright to TigerClaws

    Having been in the fast food business, I can tell you that there’s more than meets the eye in this move to automate.

    Do you ever get a less-than-welcome feeling from those behind the counter when you order your burger combo? From an overwhelming majority of fast food emporia? Aren’t some of them downright hostile? The ‘burbs are almost as bad as inner-city establishments.

    Wendy’s (and others) have been surveying customers for some time now. They know what their achilles heel is. They are gambling that you’d rather have near-zero human contact to acquire your food, than the status quo, which the fast food business just hasn’t been able to fix.

    It’s more than just the labor cost. The sad, sad, thing is that the purchase experience may very well be enhanced by removing the human element.

  • Trump apology tour -- 'Who's Sorry now?'

    05/13/2016 6:15:29 AM PDT · 17 of 27
    wayoverontheright to luke1825

    I clicked through. Sorry.

    Intriguing thesis, which I agree with. I can quibble and say that I don’t think it will happen on Jan 17, but over time. I hope Donald Trump makes one visit however, to Israel. Only Israel. Then come home to receive groveling foreign guests.

    The very thought of this happening is so gratifying. So delicious, so.....schadenfreude!

  • Breaking! Trump receives his biggest endorsement!!!!!!

    05/12/2016 3:17:09 AM PDT · 126 of 143
    wayoverontheright to BlackFemaleArmyCaptain

    If we want to be able to speak intelligently about the Donald Trump Presidency, then we need to cease thinking like politicians, and begin to understand that Trump is a businessman, and will think like a business man going forward.

    The CEO cannot tolerate wasted positions. But we’ll talk about the VP slot later.

    The first thing the CEO will think about is the marketing department. The product must be sold. The products are the policies. The customers are not Congress, but the American people. Trump has already shown this is the way he thinks.

    Hopefully the CEO will see that the marketing requires ubiquity and repetition. Yep, the head of the sales department should perform the daily press briefings-Press Secretary.

    Remember during the 2012 Republican primaries, especially a particular South Carolina debate, in which one Newt Gingrich barged through the saloon doors and shot more than a few reporters right off their bar stool? How refreshing was it to have a conservative question the premise of inane questions, and turn the tide on liberal press manipulation? It was good for me. Newt’s the best choice to head the Sales Department.-Press Secretary. Everyday. In their face. Conservative brand needs this desperately.

    VP slot. Trump cannot let this go to waste. Possible dead expense. Can’t have that. CEO will want a COO. In charge of expense reduction. Hatchet man-yep.Take out the garbage. Must be qualified to succeed CEO. Help negotiate with THE UNION-including resistance in Congress, on both sides of the aisle. Ideal candidate must have the quality as being the one most likely to instill fear in, and irritate the crap out of the established, entrenched political opposition to change. Because the debt. Because “expenses”.

    Perfect candidate for the job? Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.

    I know, this particular position-COO, requires a first class asshole, and he could help win Ohio, but Kasich cares too much about what people think of him. Scott Walker would relish the thought of, for example, presiding over the phase-out of the Department of Education. The devolution of public lands to the States, negotiating with public employee unions. Cutting waste and possibly other departments.

    Yes, he would take the job, once the CEO explained what it entailed.

    CEO Donald Trump.

    COO Scott Walker

    Head of Sales Department and Marketing Newt Gingrich.

    America Great Again, Inc., a publicly held corporation.

    Yeah!

  • President Trump’s orchard is loaded with low hanging fruit

    05/11/2016 10:12:39 AM PDT · 15 of 26
    wayoverontheright to Oldpuppymax

    He could rescind certainly most, if not all EO’s during Obama tenure, and announce that if the congress voted to restore them, he would not use veto power to oppose.

    With constituent input, not one would get passed, IMHO.

  • Don't Look Now...Folks, But....Hilllary Clinton Has Tanked!!!

    05/11/2016 6:06:00 AM PDT · 30 of 84
    wayoverontheright to JLAGRAYFOX

    The Bernie phenomenon is not an embrace of socialism. It is a rejection of the Obama years. Hillary’s biggest mistake turns out to be accepting a position in the Obama administration.

    The “takers” aren’t happy. Mitt’s 47% is not motivated to turn out for another Democrat.

    For these reasons, even Joe Biden would lose to Trump.

    The country has grown weary of another smooth-talking divider. We’re tired of slick. We’re tired of panderers. Sick of PC. We don’t like weakness in the face of what we perceive to be growing threats. More testosterone, please.

    We’ll take that wild man with the whip....and the gun.

  • Repeal Dodd-Frank!

    05/11/2016 5:42:57 AM PDT · 21 of 41
    wayoverontheright to expat_panama

    Rescind Obamacare, Sarbanes-Oxley, and the entirety of Dodd-Frank. Restore parts of Glass-Steagall.

    Return federally-owned lands to the states in which they reside.

    Eliminate the Dept of Education. Neuter the EPA by declaring CO2 the harmless gas it always has been. Re-define wetlands as places that actually have water on them. Approve the Keystone Pipeline, open both oceans for off-shore drilling. Allow exports of crude. Remove about half the endangered species from the list.

    Mandate the removal of all “Press Here for Spanish” buttons at all ATM’s. Ditto “Oprima el numero dos” as an allowable phone prompt.

    And why should HAPPY HOUR be limited to one hour?

  • Over four in 10 Sanders voters in West Virginia would vote for Trump

    05/11/2016 5:32:22 AM PDT · 8 of 39
    wayoverontheright to detective
    Over four in ten Sanders voters in West Virginia would vote for Trump.

    And if Hillary is the nominee, the rest of them will stay home.

  • London’s new Muslim mayor: If Trump wins I’ll be banned from America [What an idiot!]

    05/10/2016 9:47:31 AM PDT · 21 of 41
    wayoverontheright to SeekAndFind

    Trump response:

    “Mayor Khan, I’ll make you a deal. You can visit America as soon as Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer can visit your country”.

  • Attn: Stuart Stevens and The Never Trump Coalition – The Monster Vote Is Very Real… (Landslide)

    05/09/2016 9:06:41 AM PDT · 34 of 37
    wayoverontheright to HamiltonJay
    .........the sentiment against the Dems is even stronger now... NO Dem can win...

    I agree. Different world now. Ground-up revolution, not bi-partisan....non-partisan. Mitt's 47 percenters are just as angry as we are. Bernie phenomenon is not embrace of socialism, it's a rejection of Hillary/Obama.

    The anger stems from a sense of betrayal, and a feeling of being ignored. In attempting to destroy the country, Obama has destroyed the Democrat party. It has been stormed, looted, not unlike that store in Ferguson..

    Ditto Republican party. We've selected a GENERAL CONTRACTOR to perform the rebuild.

  • Our View: Limiting oil imports would help to protect American producers

    05/09/2016 4:09:45 AM PDT · 19 of 24
    wayoverontheright to Reno89519
    No way, no how!!! What a stupid, DOA idea. Keep our fuel prices low and unfettered.

    I agree. The consumer is always forgotten in these debates. We conservatives want tax cuts in the name of stimulus, here we have the steep drop in energy delivering the identical effect, and we talk of ditching it. The economy will have already tanked without this revolution in energy, Obama got lucky. We got lucky.

    I know, "energy independence". Independence will not change the fact of interdependence, whether we like it or not. It's a world market. Even if we produced all that we consumed, it's still a world market, and the key is net benefit.

  • Trump turns his scorn to 'goofus' Elizabeth Warren- accuses him of 'racism, sexism & xenophobia'

    05/07/2016 9:51:58 AM PDT · 37 of 77
    wayoverontheright to GilGil

    Racist, sexist, xenophobic.

    He doesn’t place people into racial categories, he thinks women should act like women, and he’s America-centric.

  • Through The Shattered Looking Glass

    05/07/2016 9:28:42 AM PDT · 10 of 10
    wayoverontheright to MarvinStinson
    Standard leftwing action to accuse anyone who doesn’t agree with them of being mentally ill.

    Yep. Once we burn down their house, we can plead "temporary insanity".

  • Through The Shattered Looking Glass

    05/07/2016 8:20:19 AM PDT · 7 of 10
    wayoverontheright to MarvinStinson

    OK, so we’re all angry. Implication being we’re acting irrationally. We’d be insane not to reject these idiots, on both sides of the aisle.

    Since the author was delivering bad news to his circle of influence, he had to insert the obligatory Trump slur. “Boorish”, this time, “divisive”, “brash”, “arrogant”, held in reserve. Don’t all those descriptors fit our current White House occupant better?

  • Byron York: What does Paul Ryan want from Donald Trump?

    05/07/2016 3:35:13 AM PDT · 42 of 52
    wayoverontheright to Hojczyk

    People like Ryan are creatures of habit, they succumbed long ago to their fear of the media, and are missing the fact that there’s been a revolution, they don’t see the depth and breadth of the anger that’s out here in the hinterlands.

    They don’t grasp that political correctness has reached its sell-by date. They simply cannot fathom that the media, having sold us a bill of goods for so long, has lost its ability to persuade.

    Trump can win. They don’t get that a revolution has already occurred.

    The government will be stormed, looted, and razed to the ground this November. They still won’t know what hit them.

  • Ron Johnson’s Beltway Blunder: The "The Ronald and The Donald Double Down" Edition

    05/07/2016 2:51:45 AM PDT · 8 of 23
    wayoverontheright to ObamahatesPACoal
    ....Trump's overt racism, sexism, and xenophobia....

    There it is, that's the mantra we're going to hear as long as we put up with it.

    How about...

    "Wrong again, Mr. Libtard, you are ascribing sinister motives to someone who refuses to divide us into racial camps, insists that women be women, and is America-centric, things we all need to embrace if our country is going to be great again".

  • Neither Clinton Nor Trump [#NeverTrump]

    05/06/2016 12:44:03 PM PDT · 60 of 87
    wayoverontheright to C19fan
    But policy is not the issue. Character is. It is clear that Donald Trump does not have the character to be president of the United States.

    After eight years of "policies" that assaulted capitalism in this country to near-death status, an unprecedented transfer of power to the executive branch, the division of the races to tinder-box levels, the ditching of long term allies, the embrace of formerly declared enemies---all from POLICIES.

    Policies run secondary to character?

    Ok fine.

    Donald Trump doesn't drink, doesn't smoke, has a fine family surrounding him. He's a successful businessman, which means his word is good, his checks are good, who are you to read his mind and talk about his character, Mr. Kristol? And Donald Trump would have to be on parole to even be considered to have a character deficit vis-a-vis Hillary Clinton.

    If character is so important, why can't you show character and admit that what you are advocating disenfranchises millions who voted for Donald Trump. You are telling them to go jump in a lake. You lost, yet you whine. Isn't this the very definition of a lacking moral base? You are declaring your intellect to be superior to that of millions of voters. If you know something that we don't about Donald Trump why don't you just say it?

  • November Election Could Rest On Who Voters Hate Least, Trump Or Clinton

    05/06/2016 4:33:59 AM PDT · 17 of 29
    wayoverontheright to IBD editorial writer

    I don’t think elections in general, and this one in particular, can pivot on “hatred” of one candidate or another.

    Anger, however, is a different story. I think America, on both sides of the aisle. are extremely angry. And it’s not jobs, either. It’s deeper than that. It’s more personal.

    The anger at what PC has wrought on our culture was a seething one, it took time for it to erupt. PC has become downright dangerous. So there’s fear involved too. Donald Trump gave voice to this particular anger, and it is somewhat bi-partisan.

    Then there’s the deliberate division of the races. A blatant, wholly unnecessary attempt at performing what amounts to a cultural frontal lobotomy. And no one could talk about it. We instinctively knew this intentional incitement to oppose one another had to have, at some point, extremely dire consequences. But we couldn’t say a word. Because it was Him.

    Then Charleston happened. No, Reverend, no, y’all boys can’t come. We’ll mourn in our own way. And we won’t hate. One day it may be realized what a big moment Charleston was. It exposed the manipulation present in all the previous attempts at dividing us. A eureka moment, for many of us, and it made us even angrier.

    The Bernie phenomenon proves that the “takers”, Mitt’s forty-seven-percenters, are angry too. Once again it’s Him, and they can’t talk about it either. It’s not an embrace of Bernie, it’s a rejection of Him.

    Anger. Of the seething, sublimated variety. The type of anger which can only foster action. Action without words.

    This is what the punditocracy fails to see, and will continue to fail to see, until the house of government is stormed and looted this November.

    A GENERAL CONTRACTOR has already been appointed to perform the restoration, the complete re-build that’s going to be required. Because we’re going to burn it to the ground.

  • Trump Has A Track Record of Hiring the Right People & Ryan Just Failed His First Interview

    05/06/2016 2:57:32 AM PDT · 76 of 78
    wayoverontheright to Stayfree

    We hired a COMMUNITY ORGANIZER who proceeded to put us into separate groups. It divided our house, shook and cracked its foundation.

    Now we’re going to storm it, loot it, and raze what’s left of it.

    So we’re hiring a GENERAL CONTRACTOR to preside over the restoration.

    It’s all pretty simple, really.

  • Paul Ryan: I Cannot Support Donald Trump Yet

    05/05/2016 1:46:56 PM PDT · 71 of 182
    wayoverontheright to i88schwartz

    So, Speaker Ryan, you don’t support building the wall?

    You don’t support reducing corporate and personal tax rates?

    You don’t support repatriating foreign corporate profits with a one-time reduction to !0% from 39%?

    You don’t support limiting immigration from Muslim countries? You don’t support neutering the EPA? You think catastrophic global warming theory isn’t bulls%$? You don’t support using e-verify to discourage current illegal colonization of our country?

    And Trump’s the one who’s not conservative? Are you conservative, Speaker Ryan?

    I realize the headline is misleading, and Ryan’s “just thinking about it”, but at a time when Trump’s at least trying to unite the party, Ryan just missed an opportunity to be big. Small, petty, calculating is what he appears to me to be.

  • Andrea Tantaros: Trump Is Getting 'Disaffected Male Vote'

    05/05/2016 9:43:31 AM PDT · 47 of 63
    wayoverontheright to rktman

    Brilliant observation by this smart young lady. I’m going to buy her book, for sure.

    I was a Cruz guy (still don’t hate him) until the Trump answer during the first Fox debate, in which he railed against PC. It struck a chord with me, and I’ve been on the Trump Train ever since.

    I remember when no man hesitated to open doors for women, compliment them on their attire at work, or pick up the check on a date. For decades now, we’ve had the PC police change the meaning of words, invent words, ban words and phrases.

    At first, it seemed so benign, but it was a slippery slope. With hate crimes laws, they began to claim to read our very minds. Now they tell us we must read minds in order to determine which Muslim in the airline queue might want to kill us. We were told not all Muslims are bent on killing us, ok, which ones?

    Anger. Seething, long-suppressed anger.

    Until the Donald said PC is crap.

    Whites who criticize a horrible black President can’t be anything but racist. A sports reporter can’t express a non-PC view without getting fired. Real-word consequences for common sense-formerly-free speech.

    Anger. Acute tedium.

    “Por Espanol, oprima el numero dos”.

    We’ve had enough. It’s reached critical mass, a preference cascade.

    The punditocracy doesn’t grasp the source or the depth of the anger. This is why they haven’t seen what was coming, and is yet to come.

    Think of the government as that store in Ferguson Mo., come November.
    The store will be stormed, looted, and razed to the ground. I envision Barack and Hillary crouching behind the counter......Immediately afterward, a pre-selected GENERAL CONTRACTOR known for LISTENING TO HIS CUSTOMERS will begin the restoration project, and will supervise the rebuild.

    With American labor.