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  • Trump Debate a Joke? A Reality Show? Beneath Office of President?

    12/06/2011 9:54:56 AM PST · by maggiesnotebook · 40 replies
    Maggie's Notebook ^ | 12-6-11 | Maggie@MaggiesNotebook
    I don't think so. Last night on the Fox Panel, Donald Trump was roundly flogged for moderating a debate with GOP Presidential candidates. The complaints were that Trump might still run himself, Trump is not a journalist, a Trump debate is nothing more than a reality show, it's a joke and beneath the office of the Presidency (that from Ron Paul). Charles Krauthammer joined in and agreed. Karl Rove has expressed similar opinions. Krauthammer, Rove and other elitists need to get over themselves. True Conservative members of any Tea Party can do as well as any "journalist," and a Trump...
  • Trump: Karl Rove basically is a loser

    12/06/2011 12:01:10 AM PST · by Mozilla · 35 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 11-6-11 | By Alexis Levinson
    In response to comments from Karl Rove that candidates should skip the debate at the end of December to be moderated by Donald Trump, Trump said that in his opinion Rove was highly overrated, and basically is a loser. Rove says that a Trump-moderated debate would trivialize the process I dont think that Karl Rove is a smart person. I think hes highly overrated, said Trump, on a conference call about his new book. Ive watched Karl Rove for years. Hes a man who is only after Karl Rove, and hes part of the problem with the Republican Party. Rove,...
  • Presidential Race Shouldnt be Trivialized by Trump: Jon Huntsman

    12/05/2011 6:04:44 PM PST · by Son House · 61 replies
    CNBC ^ | 5 Dec 2011 | Michelle Fox
    GOP Presidential Candidate Jon Huntsman dismissed Donald Trump and the debate the real estate mogul and reality TV star will be moderating, and told Larry Kudlow hes the only consistent conservative in the race. The former Utah Governor and former ambassador to China likened the Newsmax-sponsored presidential debate to a reality show, and said he would not be participating. Theres some dignity associated with a run for the highest office in the land, and it shouldnt be trivialized and it shouldnt be dumbed down, he said. If Don Trump cares about our nations future, he should have been a candidate...
  • Donald Trump: I really get nothing out of it (He's moderating the debate for love of country)

    12/05/2011 1:09:54 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 17 replies
    Hotair ^ | 12/05/2011 | Tina Korbe
    The Donald has been in the limelight even more than usual lately.Late last week, Newsmax announced that it will host a presidential debate Dec. 27 — and that Donald Trump will moderate it. That announcement made AP want to give up political writing — and sparked an equally impassioned reaction from countless other conservative pundits who couldn’t believe the 2012 Republican presidential candidates would agree to the debate — and so allow the primary to be made even more ridiculous than it has been up to this point.Then, today, Regnery Publishing released the business magnate’s latest book, “Time to Get...
  • Since WHEN did Donald Trump become the GOP Kingmaker?

    12/05/2011 12:36:57 PM PST · by Responsibility2nd · 57 replies
    The internet | 12/05/2011 | R2
    Since WHEN did Donald Trump become the GOP Kingmaker? OK, I'm reading daily reports of candidates flocking to see the Donald. I'm reading of how Trump is moderating debates. And it's disturbing. I guess not quite as disturbing as having Karl Rove call the shots, but still.... Trump to moderate Republican debate Gingrich Will Meet With Trump on Monday Trump suggests his endorsement will be key Jon Huntsman: I wont kiss Trumps ringTrump offers his impressions of Romney, Perry and BachmannRon Paul blasts Donald Trump, says he won't come to his debate in IowaKarl Rove Rips Donald...
  • Trump Kicks Chuck Todd's Butt All Over NBC News (VIDEO)

    12/05/2011 7:30:44 AM PST · by JesseWatters · 33 replies ^ | Dec 5 | TIM MAK
    MSNBC host Chuck Todd and Donald Trump got into a heated on-air exchange Monday over who requested the interview. The flareup came after Todd, host of the Daily Rundown, said earlier on the program that Trump wanted to respond to a poll that showed voters were less likely to support a Republican candidate if one was endorsed by Trump. When Todd got on the phone with Trump on the air, he was greeted by the irate real estate mogul fuming over what Todd had said.
  • Donald Trump Chuck Todd Receives Embarrassing Smackdown At Hands Of Donald Trump

    12/05/2011 12:07:51 PM PST · by redstateone · 8 replies
    Breitbart TV ^ | 12.5.11 | Breitbart News
    Chuck Todd receives a smackdown at the hands of Donald Trump.
  • Donald Trump Chuck Todd Receives Embarrassing Smackdown At Hands Of Donald Trump

    12/05/2011 12:07:46 PM PST · by redstateone · 5 replies
    Breitbart TV ^ | 12.5.11 | Breitbart News
    Chuck Todd receives a smackdown at the hands of Donald Trump.
  • Trying To Hold The GOP Hostage

    12/05/2011 9:18:19 AM PST · by CaroleL · 7 replies ^ | 12/05/11 | CaroleL
    When asked about the possibility of an independent bid for the White House, real estate mogul Donald Trump said, "If the economy continues to be bad and if the Republicans choose the wrong person, I would do it." Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) refused to rule out a third-party run for president if he did not get the Republican nomination he's currently pursuing. Former New Jersey Governor Christie Todd Whitman's Americans Elect is encouraging current GOP contender Jon Huntsman to run as a third party candidate since it's doubtful he would be the Republicans' choice (Mr. Huntsman has refused to rule...
  • Donald Trumps Sideshow Debate (Self-respecting Republicans should avoid it)

    12/05/2011 6:41:37 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 67 replies
    National Review ^ | 12/05/2011 | The Editors
    In announcing that their candidate would not attend the Newsmax debate set to be moderated by Donald Trump later this month in Iowa, the Ron Paul campaign wrote, The selection of a reality television personality to host a presidential debate that voters nationwide will be watching is beneath the office of the Presidency and flies in the face of that offices history and dignity. We could not have put it any better than the Paul campaign, but it is bizarre that such a response was necessary in the first place. The statement goes on to assert, again quite rightly, that...
  • Ron Paul Turns Down Donald Trump's Debate Invitation

    12/03/2011 3:46:49 PM PST · by jpsb · 63 replies
    Forbes ^ | Dec 3, 2011 | E.D. Kain,
    Newsmax and Donald Trump are teaming up for a GOP debate in Iowa and Ron Paul is the second candidate to turn the Donald down.
  • Trump Slams Inconsiderate Obama: You Are Doing One Hell of a Lousy Job! (Video)

    11/30/2011 5:54:40 AM PST · by Hojczyk · 46 replies · 2+ views
    Gateway Pundit ^ | November 30,2011 | Jim Hoft
    Donald Trump: Thousands and thousands and thousands come to New York to see the lighting of the tree. They bring their kids. Everybodys festive. Everybodys having a great time. They love it. Its a big, big occasion. Now we have a problem. We have a president who doesnt give a damn about inconveniencing people You will never see a mess like this tomorrow night. President Obama is holding a fundraiser. Another of his fundraisers, hundreds of them. Every day hes holding fundraisers. He doesnt govern. Alls he does is raise money so he can try to get reelected. So he...
  • Rick Perry hints he doesn't trust Obama's birth certificate

    10/23/2011 1:40:28 PM PDT · by South40 · 45 replies
    CTVNews (AP) ^ | Oct. 23, 2011
    WASHINGTON Texas Gov. Rick Perry, struggling to claw back to prominence in the Republican presidential race, is renewing the so-called birther issue, suggesting in a new interview he harbours doubts that President Barack Obama was born in the United States. "I don't have any idea," Perry told Parade magazine when asked if he believes the long-form birth certificate Obama released in April, largely to silence real estate mogul Donald Trump's assertions that the president wasn't born in the U.S., was authentic. "I had dinner with Donald Trump the other night," Perry said. "He doesn't think it's real." When the...
  • Perry in Parade not Sure about Obama certificate

    10/23/2011 12:26:48 PM PDT · by SMGFan · 50 replies
    Parade ^ | October 23, 2011
    Perry (re Trump)He doesnt think its real. Pery: I dont have any idea. It doesnt matter. Hes the President of the United States. Hes elected. Its a distractive issue.
  • Donald Answers Tweets about Herman Cain

    10/14/2011 2:43:21 PM PDT · by justsaynomore · 14 replies
    Youtube ^ | 10/14/11 | Donald Trump
    Donald Trump has some nice things to say about Cain, and why he likes the idea of a businessman for President.
  • Courting Donald Trump Holds Risks for GOP Candidates (Then why the heck do they do it?)

    09/27/2011 12:52:52 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 16 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | 09/27/2011 | Scott Conroy
    As a longtime tabloid fixture, reality TV star, and Obama birth certificate conspiracy-theorist-in-chief, Donald Trump has never had a problem finding new ways to remain in the limelight. And when Trump welcomed another major Republican presidential candidate to his gilded Manhattan nerve center on Monday, the New York real estate mogul once again demonstrated an uncanny ability to remain a part of the political conversation. Mitt Romney became the latest White House hopeful to seek favor with Trump on Monday afternoon, following on the heels of Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann and prospective contender Sarah Palin, all of whom have convened...
  • Herman Cain to meet with Donald Trump (What the heck is this, the Presidential Apprentice?)

    09/26/2011 1:35:48 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 40 replies
    The Hill ^ | 09/26/2011 | Alicia M. Cohn
    Businessman Herman Cain is the next Republican presidential candidate in line to meet with business magnate Donald Trump. "Yes, it's true," Cain tweeted Monday. "@THEHermanCain will sit down with @realdonaldtrump in NYC on October 3." According to Trump, all of the GOP candidates have reached out to him for his support in their presidential campaigns. Cain, fresh off a high-profile straw poll win in Florida over the weekend, is the latest member of the field slated for a meeting with Trump. Texas Gov. Rick Perry met with Trump in New York City two weeks ago and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt...
  • Cain via Trump

    09/21/2011 8:11:48 AM PDT · by · 6 replies
    Herman Cain is among the featured speakers at the CPAC-Florida event this week, but a Donald Trump slot was what had originally been in the offing, a source familiar with the planning said. Trump, speech-making for cash in Australia, couldn't make the event, and highly recommended Cain for a similar slot, and heaped praise on the low-polling former Godfather's Pizza CEO as a potential Cabinet official for a Republican president (should that happen) and on American Conservative Union president Al Cardenas. Continue Reading Trump first started getting attention this year - and defining the few very early months of the...
  • Obama deception indicators off the charts during Stephanopoulos interview

    04/15/2011 6:58:44 AM PDT · by Smokeyblue · 130 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 04/15/2011 | Doug Hagmann
    If you watch and listen carefully to the 20-minute, 14 April 2011 interview of Barack Hussein Obama by George Stephanopoulos, you will notice something very telling that takes place during that interview when the discussion shifts to the issue of Donald Trump and ultimately, the birther conspiracy. Veteran investigators who are experienced in interviewing and interrogating suspects, witnesses, criminals and non-criminals have undoubtedly identified numerous big red flags of deception precisely when expected, and in textbook fashion. To observe this in action, begin watching the video at about the 13:25 minute mark, when Stephanopoulos lobs the following softball, leading question...
  • Donald Trump: Unlike other less patriotic business leaders, Id be willing to pay more taxes

    08/17/2011 12:14:58 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 37 replies
    Hotair ^ | 08/17/2011 | Tina Korbe
    Donald Trump would be willing to pay more in taxes, he said today in response to Warren Buffett’s news-making op-ed in The New York Times and to President Barack Obama’s exhortation to “put country first.” But, unlike Buffett, Trump doesn’t think all tax hikes are a good idea, economically speaking, because less “patriotic” business “machines” would be apt to take their business outside of the country. National Journal reports: “I’d be willing [to pay higher taxes],” Trump said on Wednesday, responding to Buffett’s op-ed on ABC’s Good Morning America. “I put country first. A lot of people don’t necessarily put...
  • Warren Buffett Is Buying Stocks With Both Hands (Even Donald Trump is Scooping up Financials)

    08/11/2011 2:38:32 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 14 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 08/11/2011 | Vincent Trivett
    Most of us took this week's stock market as self-evident doom, but not Warren Buffett. He's 'never been better'. To Buffett, the S&P's downgrading his company Berkshire Hathaway = opportunity. While buying stocks at cut rates, Buffett is also planning on selling Berkshire Hathaway bonds to take advantage of cheap capital. Buffett told CNN Money's Term Sheet today that the sea of red all over the S&P 500 earlier this week is exactly what he looks forward to--a chance to buy low. "The lower things go, the more I buy. We are in the business of buying," he said. It's...
  • Trump: Ill Run as Independent if GOP Screws Up

    08/09/2011 4:06:11 PM PDT · by clove · 46 replies
    Breitbart TV ^ | August 9, 2011 at 1:20 pm | Donald Trump
    Donald Trump appeared on WOR's Steve Malzberg show to evaluate the current GOP field.
  • Budget Deal a 'Joke,' Obama Is 'Incompetent': Trump

    08/01/2011 7:58:45 AM PDT · by george76 · 51 replies
    CNBC ^ | 1 Aug 2011 | Jeff Cox
    The apparent deal to extend the debt ceiling is "fantastic" for President Barack Obama but a "joke" for the rest of the country, real estate magnate Donald Trump said...the nation is tinkering while losing even more ground to China. ... "Eventually you have to balance the budget. This is a long way from balancing the budget," he said. "This is just a joke. ... Obama...did manage to score a political victory during the debt debate, removing an issue that had the potential to derail his run for a second term next year. Beyond that, he said, Obama is incompetent. "When...
  • Trump Gives GOP Anti-Compromise Debt Crisis Pep Talk (Urges putting ObamaCare Repeal on table)

    07/27/2011 7:33:03 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 46 replies
    Mediate ^ | Jully 26, 2011 | Frances Martel
    Donald Trump has only room on his schedule for one and one political goal only: to defeat Barack Obama. This puts him somewhat at odds with the nation, which is a bit more worried about not defaulting right now, as, in Trump’s own words, a bad resolution to the current debt crisis would “guarantee” President Obama an election loss. “All of the pressure on the debt ceiling is on Obama,” Trump warned in the latest installment of his YouTube series, “not on the Republicans.” While many believe it is Congress that has more to lose from the debt wars, Trump...
  • Bachmann Ahead in Another Presidential Poll (Now ahead of pack of GOP contenders including Romney)

    07/19/2011 2:10:06 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 58 replies
    Dakota Voice ^ | 07/19/2011 | Bob Ellis
    Another poll, this one from Public Policy Polling, finds Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) leading the pack of GOP presidential contenders. Michele Bachmanns momentum continues to build and shes taken first place by the smallest of margins on PPPs newest national Presidential poll. 21% of Republican primary voters say shes their top choice to 20% for Mitt Romney, 12% for Rick Perry, 11% for Herman Cain, 9% for Ron Paul, 7% for Newt Gingrich, 5% for Tim Pawlenty, and 3% for Jon Huntsman. Bachmanns rise has been fueled by her appeal to voters on the far right- and their skepticism about...
  • Ivanka Trump's baby name revealed - by Grandpa Donald

    07/19/2011 8:52:40 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 39 replies ^ | 07/19/2011
    IVANKA Trump was tight-lipped on her newborn daughter's name, but her famous father wasn't. While Ivanka was resting up after delivering a daughter on Sunday morning, Donald Trump was happy to share the news. "I just left the hospital and the baby is beautiful. [Ivanka's] doing great," Trump, 65, told Fox & Friends. "Arabella Rose is the baby's name I just found that out by the way." Ivanka then announced Arabella's name via Twitter. "Jared and I are having so much fun playing with our daughter!" Trump, 29, writes. "Arabella Rose is beyond adorable. She's truly a blessing."
  • Trump: Republicans Are 'Terrible, Frightened' Negotiators

    07/15/2011 8:27:12 AM PDT · by george76 · 61 replies
    FOX ^ | July 14, 2011 | Donald Trump
    DONALD TRUMP: Right. Well, the Republicans are doing another el foldo. They did one during the lame duck session, where they brought Obama, like a phoenix he rose again. He was gone. It was over. And all of a sudden, they just allowed him back into the game. And now they're doing another one but at a much higher level. This is incredible. They had all of the cards. Now, they haven't made this deal yet, but from all indications, it looks like they're frightened. It looks like they're scared. And it looks like they're just folding. VAN SUSTEREN: Why?...
  • In Iowa, Bachmann, Paul, Palin on the Rise: Romney can't capitalize w/Huckabee, Trump, out of race

    07/13/2011 5:57:03 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 17 replies
    The Sunshine State News ^ | July 13, 2011 | Kevin Derby
    A poll unveiled this week from American Research Group shows that three Republican presidential candidates -- U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas and former Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska -- are gaining serious momentum in Iowa, site of the first presidential caucus. Bachmann, who declared her candidacy in June and has been surging in polls at both the national and state levels, topped the poll with 21 percent. Former Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts placed second with 18 percent. Paul, who was the Libertarian candidate in 1988 and ran for the Republican nomination in...
  • Donald Trump dings Eric Cantor, reprises birther talk

    06/05/2011 6:56:37 PM PDT · by opentalk · 18 replies
    Politico ^ | June 3, 2011 | JUANA SUMMERS
    While most speakers at the Faith and Freedom Coalition played up conservative themes, Donald Trump delivered a crowd-pleasing reprise of a few old favorite themes. But also in his sights: House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, who has called for spending offsets for disaster-relief funds following a tornado in Joplin, a southwest Missouri town, that killed at least 138 people. Rep. Cantor, who I like, said we dont want to give money to the tornado victims. And yet in Afghanistan, were spending $10 billion a month, Trump said. But we dont want to help the people that got devastated by tornadoes,...
  • Sarah Palin: A Third Party Is Possible

    06/03/2011 10:46:22 PM PDT · by kevinaw2 · 34 replies
    Ward World ^ | 06/04/2011 | Kevin A Ward
    Yesterday, I posted that Sarah Palin criticizing Mitt Romney made her sound more like a candidate. Her interview with Sean Hannity has given me pause on this matter. It struck me as I watched the interview what she had to say about a possible third party. You can watch the clip and decide for yourself. Sarah Palin's warning to the Republican establishment coupled with her comments about RomneyCare yesterday are painting a picture, her vision. Palin gets it. She feels the angst and is trying to get the message to the Beltway Establishment/I don't think they are listening. Whatever one's...
  • FOX NEWS: Right Now,No Change In Sarah Palin's Status

    06/01/2011 10:07:27 PM PDT · by kevinaw2 · 4 replies
    Ward World ^ | 06/02/2011 | Kevin A Ward
    As reported by The Hill, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin met with FOX NEWS executives in New York. "Right now there is no change in her status with Fox News," said Bill Shine, the network's vice president of programming. "RIGHT NOW"! There are no details about the meeting obviously, but as is obvious from that quote, the door seems quite open to Palin making a run. All of the pundits have said she is not running and her worst critics have said she's just seeking attention. Sarah Palin has defied punditry on many occasions, so this could be the best...
  • Report: Sarah Palin To Meet With Donald Trump In Manhattan Tonight

    05/31/2011 1:23:39 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 65 replies ^ | May 31, 2011 | Frances Martel
    Just when it appeared Sarah Palins road trip for America couldnt confound reporters any further, she has decided to take a significant detour straight into the heart of Manhattan no, not to visit Grants Tomb or get an autograph from the Naked Cowboy, but to meet with (still) potential challenger Donald Trump. ABC News Michael Falcone was the first to tweet the meeting of the minds, quickly followed by a blog post that does little to elucidate the thinking behind the meeting. According to Falcones report, the meeting was Palins idea, and the two have agreed to convene at Trump...
  • Sarah Palin, Donald Trump To Meet In New York City Monday [sic] Night (Tuesday night)

    05/31/2011 1:12:27 PM PDT · by maggief · 53 replies
    ABC News ^ | May 31, 2011 | Michael Falcone
    Sarah Palin plans to meet Tuesday night with Donald Trump in New York City, according to sources close to Trump. Her office reached out to meet with Trump. The two plan to meet in his 45,000-square-foot apartment in Trump Tower and later plan to eat dinner together. Sources say the restaurant will be low-key, not one of New York's more upscale dining establishements.
  • Donald Trump: Late entry still possible

    05/23/2011 7:47:18 AM PDT · by Hawk720 · 46 replies
    Politico ^ | 05/23/2011 | Juana Summers
    Dont count Donald Trump out of the presidential race yet: A week after ending his would-be candidacy, he said on Monday that he might consider getting back in later in the year if he doesnt like the GOP field. "Stranger things have happened, Trump said. After expressing deep dissatisfaction with what he sees as a weak group of Republican candidates in an interview on Fox News on Monday, the real estate developer and reality television star teased the idea that he could still get into the race. "I would not rule it out, no," Trump said on Fox News on...
  • Donald Trump Not Running for GOP Nod for President in 2012

    05/16/2011 10:18:30 AM PDT · by julieee · 41 replies ^ | May 16, 2011 | Steven Ertelt
    Donald Trump Not Running for GOP Nod for President in 2012 Washington, DC -- Donald Trump said today he will not seek the Republican nomination for president, after stoking speculation with statements and speeches taking on pro-abortion President Barack Obama.
  • Trump Planning Independent Run?

    05/14/2011 6:33:52 PM PDT · by ejdrapes · 230 replies
    NRO ^ | May 14, 2011 | Katrian Trinko
    Trump Planning Independent Run?May 14, 2011 8:34 P.M.By Katrina Trinko Donald Trumps long-time advisor Roger Stone tweeted today Get ready for Trump the Novermber Independent !
  • TRUMP'S "DEAN SCREAM": The Donald Loses His Cool On CNBC (This is the end of his candidacy)

    05/13/2011 8:59:54 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 73 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 05/13/2011 | Gregory White
    Donald Trump was just on CNBC responding to allegations over his property dealings made by the New York Times. He blasted the paper for its report, and its reporter for refusing to appear on TV to defend his claims. The article reports that more than 300 people are suing Trump after he removed his name from properties they purchased. Those involved in the lawsuit allege there was no disclaimer that Trump was not the developer of the properties, but rather just "rented his name" to the actual developers. Trump ended up going on a multi-minute rant in which he insulted...
  • Open letter to Donald Trump

    05/12/2011 10:13:23 AM PDT · by nikos1121 · 68 replies
    05/12/2011 | nikos1121
    Dear Mr. Trump: A few weeks ago you made a sincere request of our president to release the long form of his birth certificate. You were ridiculed by many of your close friends and the media, but you stuck to your guns like a true American who knows he is right and won the respect of many people on this forum and throughout the country. Miraculously the president posted a long form birth certificate on the governments web page for all to see, and you went before the media, graciously congratulated him on his new found candor and transparency. You...
  • Trump Collapse Confirmed: New Poll Has Him Tied With Ron Paul

    05/10/2011 10:04:31 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 80 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 05/10/2011 | Joe Weisenthal
    We're thinking the odds that Trump never runs for the GOP nomination are fading. A new poll of Republican primary voters from PPP found that his support plunged from 26% last time to just 8% this time. That puts him tied with Ron Paul. Perhaps "winning" the birth certificate fight has undermined his only point of relevance in this race, although his negatives have always been sky high, with a huge block of voters always saying they'd never support him. Trump is one point ahead of Michelle Bachmann.
  • Afterbirther Nation: A Civil Disagreement Meets The Born Identity

    05/09/2011 1:22:56 PM PDT · by Barry Secrest · 40 replies
    Conservative Refocus ^ | 05/09/11 | Barry Secrest
    The joke goes something to the effect of "Can you name the three differences between God and Obama?" The answers are "Neither have a birth certificate, God is satisfied with 10%, and God doesn't think he's Obama." ...Surprisingly, the caustically vocal Michelle Malkin and Ann Coulter, two women who have always commanded our respect, despite a great deal of their oft considered lunatic ravings by the Left, have essentially insulted a large number of normal Americans from their acid denigration against those who simply ask the birth certificate question. Are we to assume that these two lovely ladies hold the...
  • Donald Trump On Racism Charges: I Am The Least Racist Person There Is

    05/09/2011 11:21:50 AM PDT · by Beaten Valve · 16 replies ^ | May 9, 2011 | Matt Schneider
    Donald Trump returned to the airwaves this morning with his rhetoric about President Obamas job performance remarkably toned down. Trump gave Obama high marks for his handling of Osama bin Laden and said about Obama, hes riding high, hes doing well and I thought he did a good job on 60 Minutes. Trump instead turned his focus to Pakistan and to the online company Groupon. Trump suggested he knew two months ago that Bin Laden was in Pakistan, and declared Pakistan should no longer receive any aid unless they get rid of their nuclear weapons, since much like China, these...
  • Van Jones Targets Trump, Lil' John and Star Jones. Celebrity Apprentice in the Crosshairs.

    05/09/2011 7:07:32 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 16 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 05/08/2011 | Jeannie DeAngelis
    Former White House green czar, Marxist, environmentalist, 9-11 ‘truther' and Mumia Abu-Jamal supporter Van Jones is kicking up a STORM. By way of the political group Color of Change Mr. Jones is doing what he does best, "reclaiming revolution," by pressuring "Celebrity Apprentice" cast members Lil' Jon and Star Jones to boycott Donald Trump. "Color of Change" hopes to hammer Jones and Jon into submission by placing the duo between a racial rock and a hard place.  According to the ‘Change' website, the group uses the Internet to enable its "members to speak in unison, with an amplified political voice,"...
  • The Top 10 Tea Party Bloggers You Need to Read

    05/05/2011 3:31:44 PM PDT · by Walter Scott Hudson · 29 replies
    David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog ^ | May 5, 2011 | Walter Hudson
    The Tea Party stands as a moral challenge to the status quo. Its not a third-party movement. Its an extra-party movement. Its not political. Its philosophical. It is a manifestation of the market, an example of how free minds and free will seep through the cracks of the established paradigm to fulfill unmet needs. Although it did not manifest in rallies and town halls until 2009, the seeds of the Tea Party were planted 15 years earlier. Republicans took control of Congress in 1994, propelled by the Contract with America. The sweeping reforms Republicans pledged to attempt were largely unsuccessful,...
  • Has Donald Trump's presidential run been canceled?

    05/05/2011 10:09:28 AM PDT · by Responsibility2nd · 50 replies
    LA Times ^ | 05/05/2011 | James Oliphant
    American commandos eliminated Osama bin Laden this week. Did they also liquidate Donald Trump's presidential run? A week ago, Trump was riding high. President Obama had been forced to go on television to confirm for the world what most of it already knew: that he had been born in the United States. True to his nature, Trump claimed credit -- and immediately embarked on a tour of New Hampshire in what seemed like a victory lap, as he talked incessantly about running for president. But there's an old axiom in Washington: The more time the media -- and everyone else...
  • It's Time for Obama to Spook the Oil Markets

    05/05/2011 9:06:51 AM PDT · by bananaman22 · 26 replies ^ | 05/03/2011 | Llewellyn King
    The fate of the Obama presidency hangs not on a birth certificate or the red ink on the federal budget but by the hose nozzle of your local gas station. Electoral discontent is measured by the price of a gallon of gasoline. Heading past $4 toward $5, that is a lethal trajectory for President Barack Obama. Enter the demagogues, especially the clown-in-a-business-suit, Donald Trump. Unfettered by the gravity that goes with facts, Trump says that he would fix the oil price now around $110 a barrel by facing down the producers, particularly the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting...
  • CNN Poll: Majority say they wouldn't vote for Palin or Trump

    05/04/2011 2:28:28 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 49 replies
    CNN Politics ^ | 05/04/2011 | CNN Deputy Political Director Paul Steinhauser
    Washington (CNN) A majority of Americans say they would never support Sarah Palin or Donald Trump for president, according to a new national poll. A Quinnipiac University survey released Wednesday indicates that 58 percent of the public says they would never vote for the former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee, with an equal amount saying the same thing about the billionaire businessman, real estate mogul, and reality TV star. Fifteen percent of people questioned say they are enthusiastic about Palin as a candidate and around one in four say they would consider voting for her for...
  • Donald Trumps F-Bombs. This Disqualifies Him from the Presidency. GOP should have no place for it.

    05/03/2011 7:01:22 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 85 replies
    National Review ^ | 05/03/2011 | Dennis Prager
    The following comments were made in a public speech last week by a man considering running for president of the United States. On gas prices: We have nobody in Washington that sits back and says, Youre not going to raise that f***ing price. On what he would say as president to China: Listen, you mother f***ers, were going to tax you 25 percent. On Iraq: We build a school, we build a road, they blow up the school, we build another school, we build another road, they blow them up, we build again. In the meantime we cant get a...
  • Seth Meyers at the White House Correspondents' Dinner: Another donation to Obama

    05/01/2011 8:52:06 PM PDT · by rob88888 · 6 replies
    Orlando Examiner ^ | May 1, 2011 | Robert Elliott
    The establishment media's reportage of the event has been utterly predictable and virtually identical, regardless of the outlet: Seth Meyers was hilarious, President Obama was even more hilarious, the buffoonish Donald Trump was rightfully skewered by both, and the audience loved every minute of it. One small factoid was left out of the media's coverage of the event. A minor detail that I had to research myself, because literally no media outlets reported it. It turns out Seth Meyers is a major Obama supporter and donor. Meyers donated to the Obama campaign on four seperate occasions in 2008, giving a...
  • Levin Attacks Trump now, but used selective amnesia to shill for Romney

    04/25/2011 9:19:02 AM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 76 replies ^ | April 25, 2011 | Kevin "Coach" Collins
    The greatest president in my lifetime was Ronald Reagan. I proudly voted for him twice. In 1980 and 1984, as just about 99% of those who voted for him, I was unaware he had been a Democrat (as I had been). I was also unaware Reagan had been a union president, or as Governor of California, he signed the Therapeutic Abortion Act of 1967 and had contributed to Democrats. But so what? By todays standards, the SIX time union president Reagan would be a Democrat union thug. But who cares? None of this would have made the slightest bit of...
  • Kevin's Korner: End of the truce, Barack's silliness, and losing my Man Card

    05/01/2011 1:28:57 PM PDT · by bigred08 · 3 replies ^ | 5/1/2011 | Kevin Hall
    For all that flak Mitch Daniels took for calling a truce on social issues, the Indiana Governor is about to own one of the strongest pro-life records in the country. Daniels will become the first governor in the nation to sign a bill stripping Planned Parenthood of government funding The lefties in Indiana are going apoplectic, naturally. Daniels response to them is simple: Stop doing abortions, youll get state funding again. The Indiana bill also bans abortions after 20 weeks, like Iowa is trying to do. Our bill is still being held up by a few state senators. If they...