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Rush Limbaugh’s Caution

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El Rushbo’s nervousness is well-founded:

I'm Getting Nervous About All These Calls for Trump to Unify with the Losers
November 10, 2016

I'm Getting Nervous About All These Calls for Trump to Unify with the Losers - The Rush Limbaugh Show

In plain English never sign a peace treaty with a defeated enemy that cannot be trusted. You disarm them by destroying everything they fought for. You cannot make them love you any more than they can make you love them, but you sure as hell can break their grip on every institution of political power.

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Bottom line:

You cannot legislate love. Anonymous

I am happy to report that Donald Trump cannot disappoint me because trusting him began and ended with one issue for me:

Those who read my messages heard me say that I would not vote for Donald Trump. I still do not trust him on a lot of issues. In light of an opportunity to pass H.R. 75, I have to vote for Trump.

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Just to be clear on this. Had Trump not staked a claim on sovereignty, I would not go near him if I was wearing a Hazmat suit:

A Spotlight Shines Through

Melissa Mackenzie said something I always knew:

Donald Trump is many things, but he is not a conservative. President-elect Trump wants to pass a huge spending bill. That’s not conservative. He’s socially liberal (don’t tell the rioters that, they seem to not realize that they got a guy closer to their policy preferences than they realize.) That’s not conservative. He’s used protectionist rhetoric when it comes to trade. That’s not conservative.

I’m under no illusions here. Like George W. Bush, whose “compassionate conservatism” drove me crazy, I suspect President Trump’s mish-mash populism will drive me crazy.

Some Republicans already suffer anxiety due to the news today that Trump may not fully repeal Obamacare:

Managing My Trump Expectations
Melissa Mackenzie
November 11, 2016, 10:42 pm

Managing My Trump Expectations | The American Spectator

NOTE: Loser Mitt “Romneycare” Romney said he would fix Obamacare not repeal it.

Instead of picking apart every issue stemming from Trump’s campaign rhetoric and promises, I want to mention a few items that probably dropped off Trump’s radar screen. Number one is directly connected to Trump’s “America First” promise born in the heat of battle. Trump won the war. He can win the peace by starting with this:

1. I do not doubt that Trump will rescind some of the sewer rat’s executive orders. Considering the FBI’s recent loss of credibility let’s hope this one makes it to the top of Trump’s rescind list:


Clinton control explains why the DoJ, and FBI directors like James Comey, will never indict a well-connected Democrat, and, by extension, never investigate anything that might uncover treason committed for the United Nations. Indeed, both agencies rolled over faster than two dollar whores when Taqiyya the Liar gave INTERPOL diplomatic immunity over American law enforcement.​

The White House released an Executive Order "Amending Executive Order 12425."

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/executive-order-amending-executive-order-12425

It grants INTERPOL (International Criminal Police Organization) a new level of full diplomatic immunity afforded to foreign embassies and select other "International Organizations" as set forth in the United States International Organizations Immunities Act of 1945.

By removing language from President Reagan's 1983 Executive Order 12425, this international law enforcement body now operates—now operates—on American soil, its officers and property beyond the reach of our own top law enforcement arm, the FBI, and is immune from Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. . . this immunity and protection—and elevation above the US Constitution—afforded INTERPOL is likely a precursor to the White House subjecting the United States under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC). INTERPOL provides a significant enforcement function for the ICC, just as our FBI provides a significant function for our Department of Justice. . . Two critical matters are at play. One is an overall matter of sovereignty and the concept of the primacy of American laws above those of the rest of the world. But more recently a more overriding concern principally has been the potential—if not likely—specter of subjecting our Armed Forces to a hostile international body seeking war crimes prosecutions during the execution of an unpopular war. . .​

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In light of what we know and can observe, it is our logical conclusion that President Obama's Executive Order amending President Ronald Reagans' 1983 EO 12425 and placing INTERPOL above the United States Constitution and beyond the legal reach of our own top law enforcement is a precursor to more damaging moves.​

Wither Sovereignty
Executive Order Amended to Immunize INTERPOL In America - Is The ICC Next?
By Steve Schippert, Clyde Middleton December 23, 2009

ThreatsWatch.Org: PrincipalAnalysis: Wither Sovereignty

A Cabal Of National Embarrassment

2. Candidate Trump rightly made hay out of Benghazi:

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Trump and Benghazi: The Real Story of What Happened in Libya Will Take Down Hillary Clinton
Trump rents theater to show Benghazi movie, hands out free tickets to Iowans
Kurt Nimmo | Infowars.com - January 15, 2016

Trump and Benghazi: The Real Story of What Happened in Libya Will Take Down Hillary Clinton

Commander in Chief Trump should have no trouble finding out who gave the U.S. military the order to stand down in Benghazi while Americans were fighting for their lives. There is nothing of more importance involving the military than finding out exactly where the stand order originated. Aside from who gave the stand down order, did any high ranking military officers agree with it?

Leveling unusually harsh criticism against the military, Republican Donald Trump said Wednesday night that America's generals have been "reduced to rubble" under President Barack Obama and suggested he would fire some of them if he wins the presidency in November.​

Trump says U.S. generals 'reduced to rubble,' he'd replace some; Clinton defends email use
By Tribune news services . Contact Reporter
September 8, 2016. 7:37 AM

Trump says U.S. generals 'reduced to rubble,' he'd replace some; Clinton defends email use

When Trump gets around to firing some of them may this be his guide:

Generals and admirals endorsing Hillary Clinton are loyal to the United Nations first. Generals and admirals endorsing Donald Trump are loyal to the country first.

NOTE: Obama purged loyal officers out of high-ranking positions in the military and replaced them with officers loyal to the United Nations and loyalty to him. I can only pray that President Trump purges the entire United Nations crowd.

Analyze The Endorser

3. Putting Hillary Clinton (and/or a former president) behind bars is a whisker away from the twilight zone. Irrespective of the evidence, Obama might have to pardon Hillary just to keep her mouth shut.

Since there is no choice in the matter, let’s give Trump a pass on Gruppenführer Clinton. On the other hand there is no reason President Trump’s attorney general and the FBI cannot charge, arrest, try, and convict Hillary’s foot soldiers. Treason trials stemming from Hillary’s e-mail server and the Clinton Foundation would be akin to punishing the people who ran the concentration camps for Hitler.


4. I think I understand all of the political difficulties involved in prosecuting Hillary Clinton, but I do not understand any American owing Hillary Clinton anything. Perhaps President Trump will tell us exactly what service she performed that is deserving of gratitude. (Approving of Bubba’s blow jobs in the Oval Office should not demand gratitude from anybody except Bubba.)

The president-elect may have signaled his intentions to forgo an investigation when he told supporters Wednesday morning during his victory address that the country owed Clinton “a major debt of gratitude for her service."

Call to 'lock her up' puts Trump in a bind over his threat to prosecute Hillary Clinton
By Del Quentin Wilber
November 11, 2016. 12:25 PM

Call to 'lock her up' puts Trump in a bind over his threat to prosecute Hillary Clinton

5. Aside from his WALL —— Donald Trump has been light on the details explaining how he will actually get rid of illegal aliens short of making them legal:

Donald Trump Endorses Amnesty for Illegal Aliens
Disappointing, but not surprising.
July 26, 2015
Daniel Greenfield

Donald Trump Endorses Amnesty for Illegal Aliens

No matter how President Trump finally comes down on amnesty for illegals he has the authority to get that goddamned plaque out of the Statue Of Liberty:

NOTE: The New Colossus corresponds with the beginning of Socialism in America and the start of America’s decline:​

Author John T. Cunningham wrote that "The Statue of Liberty was not conceived and sculpted as a symbol of immigration, but it quickly became so as immigrant ships passed under the statue. However, it was Lazarus's poem that permanently stamped on Miss Liberty the role of unofficial greeter of incoming immigrants".

Myth No. 1: "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses/The wretched refuse of your teeming shore..." Well, not quite. Emma Lazarus's 1883 poem "The New Colossus" -- written in the year the Statue of Liberty was dedicated -- has been taken by many to reflect a true picture of immigration. This is not the case. From the colonial period on, there were standards that immigrants had to meet. Originally addressed at the regional level, then by the states, they were eventually federalized. The immigration stations, such as the one at Ellis Island in New York harbor, were not welcoming centers. They were processing points for the inspection and certification of new arrivals. Individuals with physical or mental problems, or who were known to be criminals in their country of origin, were denied entry. Older or underage family members required sponsorship. All of this was to ensure that the newly arrived immigrants would not be a burden to their new country and could either support themselves or be supported by others.​

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Myth No. 2: People come here because they want to become Americans.​

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Myth No. 3: Everyone is really seeking the same things.​

November 28, 2010
The Dangerous Mythology of Immigration
By Frank Burke

http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/11/the_dangerous_mythology_of_imm.html

The Most Malignant Sonnet Ever Written

“You disarm them by destroying everything they fought for.” The garbage in the New Colossus is one of the things America-haters fight for in order to tear down this country from within.

6. If President Trump wants to play with walls he can tear this one down:

The Wall Nobody Talks About
 
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Had Trump not staked a claim on sovereignty, I would not go near him if I was wearing a Hazmat suit:
I am hanging tough with Trump for now, but Mitt “Romeycare” Romney getting a cabinet post would place a strain my endurance. Romney in the cabinet with his running mate, Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House, reminds me of General Custer marching to the Little Big Horn.

Source: Trump To Offer Mattis, Romney, Mnuchin Cabinet Jobs
Vince Coglianese
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2:05 PM 11/19/2016

Source: Trump To Offer Mattis, Romney, Mnuchin Cabinet Jobs

Bottom line: Repealing the ACA is not something Yellow Hair should trust to the Indians. I just do not want to hear him ask “Where the hell did all of those Indians come from?”

 
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Western lands activists are urging Donald Trump to test the limits of executive power by revoking millions of acres that President Obama set aside as national monuments, setting up a landmark legal battle over one of the nation’s most frequently used environmental protections.

Such a step would be historic. No president has undesignated a national monument created by his predecessor, and it’s unclear whether he has the authority to do so.​

Lands activists urge Trump to revoke Obama’s national monuments
By Ben Wolfgang - The Washington Times - Thursday, November 24, 2016

Lands activists urge Trump to revoke Obama’s national monuments

I do not know about entire monuments, but President Trump can sure as hell:

get that goddamned plaque out of the Statue Of Liberty:

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Repealing the ACA is not something Yellow Hair should trust to the Indians.
I cannot determine if Republicans will repeal the ACA, or just parts of it. I read and heard dozens of reports on both sides. I tend to rely on Michelle Malkin:

Donald Trump gets it — somewhat. He vows to repeal Obamacare’s most burdensome federal mandates that are jacking up the price of private health insurance. But he also plans to preserve the most politically popular provisions of the Orwellian-titled Affordable Care Act, including the so-called “slacker mandate.” It’s the requirement that employer-based health plans cover employees’ children until they turn 26 years old.

That’s right: Twenty-freaking-six.​

The Slacker Mandate and the Safety Pin Generation
Michelle Malkin | Wednesday Nov 16, 2016 9:01 AM

The Slacker Mandate and the Safety Pin Generation | Human Events

JUST PARTS OF IT is a variation of what Romney/Ryan were saying 2012, and that was before Ryan became Speaker of the House. So far, Ryan has not done a thing for conservatives. Remember that Ryan has a lot more authority over repeal legislation than the president; so I doubt if he will abandon his loyalty to the folks making fortunes off of the ACA when the day comes to repeal that monstrosity.
 
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Remember that Ryan has a lot more authority over repeal legislation than the president;
Paul Ryan remaining speaker is a bigger travesty than Nutty Nancy keeping her job with the Democrats:

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They have passed a key Obama administration health care initiative titled the “21st Century Cures Act.” This betrayal by establishment Republicans is further proof that the voters can’t trust most Republican House members moving forward.

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Common sense dictates that it is a noble goal to fight opioid abuse, cure cancer, and tackle Alzheimer’s. Then why would the leading conservatives in the House and Heritage Action for America oppose the bill? Because it sucks.​

Red flag! GOP leadership won’t support repealing Obamacare, and here’s the proof
By: Brian Darling
December 02, 2016

https://www.conservativereview.com/...eadership-will-not-support-repealing-obamacar

I always said the US Senate is a nest of traitors. The House is no better. Between the two they prove there is:

. . . a war being fought by freedom-loving Americans against the federal government.​

A Few Words About The Medical Industry
 
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I always said the US Senate is a nest of traitors. The House is no better.
Daniel Horowitz tells us about 7 days. Think about what they will do to President Trump in the next Congress:

However, based on what we’re seeing from the lame-duck session, it is clear that the dearth of conservatism is not due to a lack of power but a lack of will. The alacrity of Republicans to promote mediocre or liberal priorities in a lame-duck session with Obama as president instead of passing a budget CR and getting out of town — so that we can do better things next year — demonstrates that they fundamentally don’t share our values.

To that end, I present a week in review in the form of the top seven RINO moments of betrayal.

1. Sold out to the transgender lobby

2. Jammed through 1,000-page health care spending bill

3. Funded Syrian al Qaeda in defense bill

4. Proposed an amendment to protect al Qaeda and Saudi Arabia

5. Thom Tillis threw a tantrum over criminal justice reform

6. Lindsey Graham just can’t divorce himself from amnesty

7. Orrin Hatch might violate his pledge and run again​

BETRAYAL THIS WEEK
By: Daniel Horowitz
December 04, 2016

7 top RINO moments of betrayal this week
 

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