Category Archives: Republicans

Buchanan On Trump Challenging The Golden Calf Of Democracy

Democracy, Donald Trump, Elections, Political Philosophy, Republicans

“An Establishment in Panic” by Pat Buchanan:

… It may rule and run the country, and may rig the system through mass immigration and a mammoth welfare state so that Middle America is never again able to elect one of its own. But that establishment, disconnected from the people it rules, senses, rightly, that it is unloved and even detested.

Having fixed the future, the establishment finds half of the country looking upon it with the same sullen contempt that our Founding Fathers came to look upon the overlords Parliament sent to rule them.

Establishment panic is traceable to another fear: Its ideology, its political religion, is seen by growing millions as a golden calf, a 20th-century god that has failed.

Trump is “talking down our democracy,” said a shocked Clinton.

After having expunged Christianity from our public life and public square, our establishment installed “democracy” as the new deity …

Read the rest of Pat Buchanan’s must read on Trump’s challenge to the Golden Calf of democracy.

Roundup Of The Third Presidential Debate

Constitution, Debt, Democrats, Donald Trump, Elections, Hillary Clinton, IMMIGRATION, Republicans

Good retort from Trump on trade: “I disagreed with Ronald Reagan.”

I’m being honest. Trump won the 2nd debate, not the 3rd.

Spending more doesn’t increase the deb. LOL.

Crappy Chris Wallace’s questions:

Hillary doesn’t know her ass from Aleppo:

Why didn’t Trump blurt out that Clinton Foundation rigged an election in Haiti?

Trump’s locution:

Motormouth Clinton even manages to make business look bad compared to a government job:

She killed jobs, never created em. Why didn’t he say it?


Nukes: Another missed opportunity:

If I were preparing Trump to one-two punch Hillary on her Putin prattle, I’d have told him to say, “Now there’s a conspiracy theory.”



Gun rights:

Clinton should have been nailed strongly on the Constitution as a living document.

Despite What The Moron Media Will Say, TRUMP Won 2nd Presidential Debate

Barack Obama, Democrats, Donald Trump, Elections, Foreign Policy, Gender, Healthcare, Hillary Clinton, IMMIGRATION, Islam, Media, Republicans, Taxation, Terrorism, Trade

Despite this, Donald Trump won the Second presidential Debate hands down.

At some point, Andy Copper even:

Can’t legislate biology. The guy factor:

However, Andy did touch on the “deplorables”:

Maybe this is no longer true, after 2nd Debate:

Be afraid, guys:

A shame Hillary’s dream of one-world order didn’t get mentioned, but enough did:

I’m a sexist, too:

“Make Government Great Again” is Hillary’s slogan:

Does he have strategy, or what! Pivoting and more:

The strategy vis-a-vis Islam: Stand your ground:

Hillary’s strategy/pivot: ‘Go to my website’:

The Obamas are not such great Clinton pals:

HillaryCare aka ObamaCare:

I suspect Bill is not unhappy, deep down:

Hillary left holding a lump of coal:



I have a soft spot for the … Kurds:

SCOTUS: Hillary hates her own money in politics …

Group hug: Trump is kinder than Hillary:

Is GOP Base Celebrating A Victory For The Team, Or A Blow To Ideas That Got Trump Nominated?

Donald Trump, Elections, Foreign Policy, Morality, Republicans

Everyone is agreed. VP candidate Mike Pence won the debate at Longwood University on October 4, 2016 in Farmville, Virginia. But what exactly is the GOP base celebrating about this somewhat pyrrhic victory over the very silly Tim Kaine? Since his victory, Pence has been mouthing non-stop about foreign policy positions in opposition to those of Donald Trump. America will take her lead in the world again, Pence keeps on repeating. We need to be in Syria, in Russia’s face, blah, blah. As I predicted, not a word about the theme of the Trump campaign: America First!

So what’s the GOP base celebrating? A victory for the team? Or a blow to the ideas that got Trump the nomination?

“How Pence upstaged Kaine … and his boss, too.”
“2016 VP Debate: Prepare To Be Bored, Uninspired & Pelted By Political Correctness.”