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    To JakeStarkey: You failed to mention the best option. Do not vote for a president.
    QUOTE="Flanders, post: 13304652, member: 25144"]p.s. Tea Partiers are back to square one. Concentrate on electing conservatives to Congress so they are strong enough to shove the rigid rod of reality right up the rear end of the sewer rat’s replacement should he or she be a clone.[/QUOTE]
    To Iceweasel: Trump’s long list of negatives can be excused if he changes his tune. But this alone disputes Sarah’s switch:

    I’m sensing an undercurrent that says some big name establishment Republicans are threatening to leave the party if Donald Trump gets the nomination. The threat is horseshit. Trump billing himself as a negotiator is fine if it ended at negotiating with foreign governments, but it also means bipartisan legislation which is exactly how Republicans and Democrats have been screwing Americans since the LBJ years. Democrats love bipartisan negotiations because they never once compromised entre nous on their Socialist agenda.​

    NOTE: I do not know how it is in Trump’s business negotiations, but should he get the nomination he better understand that Democrats negotiate incrementally. Anything Democrats agree to moves their agenda forward one baby step at a time. Example:​

    XXXXX

    Question: When did the negotiations take place for the Affordable Care Act? Answer: Democrats began negotiating after the pubic found out what was in it.

    Establishment Republicans would leave the party a lot faster if Ted Cruz gets the nomination. They fear Cruz will negotiate the same way Democrats negotiate —— It’s our way or nothing. Bottom line: Karl Rove’s Republicans and Democrats can live with Trump, but they will not live with Ted Cruz. ​


    Here is another take on Palin that might give you second thoughts about defending her infidelity:

    This year, it appears we have Colin Powell II, the Palining. In a country of overabundant sequels, this is one we could do without. In this edition, instead of a pillar of the Republican Party endorsing perhaps the most radical-left major party nominee ever, we have a major figure of the Tea Party throwing support behind the candidate perhaps least concerned with the Constitution or limited government of any major GOP contender.​

    January 20, 2016
    Sarah Palin goes full Colin Powell on the Tea Party
    By Joseph Ashby

    Blog: Sarah Palin goes full Colin Powell on the Tea Party
    To JakeStarkey: Yeah, right —— but only if moderate Republican means flaming liberal. You cannot have Hillary Clinton, or Bernie Sanders, so you are trying to plug Kasich and Rubio among USMB conservatives.
    To IcebergSlim: Thomas Jefferson
     
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    Flanders you can define me as blue if you want.

    The fact is that we in the moderate GOP will not let Cruz be the nominee, and we will do our best to co-opt Trump (he likes deals) if we cannot prevent his nomination. That would be much easier than co-opting Cruz, because Trump's ideals are negotiable.
     
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    To Iceweasel: Trump’s long list of negatives can be excused if he changes his tune. But this alone disputes Sarah’s switch:

    I’m sensing an undercurrent that says some big name establishment Republicans are threatening to leave the party if Donald Trump gets the nomination. The threat is horseshit. Trump billing himself as a negotiator is fine if it ended at negotiating with foreign governments, but it also means bipartisan legislation which is exactly how Republicans and Democrats have been screwing Americans since the LBJ years. Democrats love bipartisan negotiations because they never once compromised entre nous on their Socialist agenda.​

    NOTE: I do not know how it is in Trump’s business negotiations, but should he get the nomination he better understand that Democrats negotiate incrementally. Anything Democrats agree to moves their agenda forward one baby step at a time. Example:​

    XXXXX

    Question: When did the negotiations take place for the Affordable Care Act? Answer: Democrats began negotiating after the pubic found out what was in it.

    Establishment Republicans would leave the party a lot faster if Ted Cruz gets the nomination. They fear Cruz will negotiate the same way Democrats negotiate —— It’s our way or nothing. Bottom line: Karl Rove’s Republicans and Democrats can live with Trump, but they will not live with Ted Cruz.​


    Here is another take on Palin that might give you second thoughts about defending her infidelity:

    This year, it appears we have Colin Powell II, the Palining. In a country of overabundant sequels, this is one we could do without. In this edition, instead of a pillar of the Republican Party endorsing perhaps the most radical-left major party nominee ever, we have a major figure of the Tea Party throwing support behind the candidate perhaps least concerned with the Constitution or limited government of any major GOP contender.​

    January 20, 2016
    Sarah Palin goes full Colin Powell on the Tea Party
    By Joseph Ashby

    Blog: Sarah Palin goes full Colin Powell on the Tea Party
    To JakeStarkey: Yeah, right —— but only if moderate Republican means flaming liberal. You cannot have Hillary Clinton, or Bernie Sanders, so you are trying to plug Kasich and Rubio among USMB conservatives.
    To IcebergSlim: Thomas Jefferson[/QUOTE]


    Another jewel in the Scrub Legacy........wiping out 200 years of US history...
     
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    Op-ed hit pieces are good enough for you? LOL.
     
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    Flanders, you can define me as a communist if you wish.

    We don't let the shitty philosophy of ideologues like you define the GOP.
     
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    Uh....those are from the OP....

    You've never been all that sharp, have you...
     
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    Learn to quote, Einstein.
     
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    These Android pads frequently go rogue......but the [/quote] thingy at the end was rather unambiguous.

    You didn't pick up on the similarity to the opening post?
     
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    Like she thought she could ...Sorry history tell us that they are a PAIR OF LOONEYS
     
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