THE PEOPLE DO NOT NECESSARILY LOVE TRUMP

MAYBE IT’S NOW TIME FOR A BULLY-PRESIDENT AT THE HELM OF THE BULLY PULPIT:

CARLY FIORINA WAS THE BIG WINNER . . . BUT THEY ALL DID WELL ENOUGH:

AND ABOUT CNN – That’s why I prefer FOX News, Conservative Print, Conservative Radio, and the Internet.

And if there was a REAL LOSER – it was the Democrats – because the RIGHT shone through.

Let me make this as CLEAR as I possibly can . . .

IT’S NOT THAT THE PEOPLE LOVE TRUMP/CARSON/FIORINA – THEY HATE THE RINOS:

As the political polls continue to pour in . . . the Media, the other Candidates, the Democrats, and the RNC DON’T SEEM TO A HAVE CLUE.

I HAVE WRITTEN OVER AND OVER AGAIN THAT TRUMP IS NOT MY FIRST CHOICE:

But, if it came down between Trump and ANY Democrat, I will support Trump.

One of the HUGE mantras we all hear AGAINST Trump . . . is that he makes massive claims of what he will do if elected, and no real game-plans and/or specifics to go with any of them. AND THAT’S A FAIR ARGUMENT.

BUT . . . when you look at all the complicated and clear game-plans that have been laid out over the years, in this case by Republican RINOS, as to all the wonderful things they’re going to do if you elect them – THEY DO NONE OF IT.

WORSE . . . they don’t even try. So, why would anyone want to elect or support LIARS and political CON MEN/WOMEN?

IT HAS COME TO THE POINT . . . where I and a HUGE number of people aren’t interested in hearing lies – BUT, are very interested in hearing someone who spells out what he or she is going to do without spelling-out how, because personally, I couldn’t give a RAT’S ASS how he or she gets it done, AS LONG AS THEY JUST DO IT!

AND THAT’S WHY PEOPLE ARE FALLING ALL OVER THEMSELVES FOR TRUMP:

I think that Trump is a blowhard and a narcissist . . . BUT HE’S ALSO BOTH OF THOSE THINGS WITHOUT A TELEPROMPTER. He is genuine, and I don’t care where he stood as a businessman on issues before this election.

In fact, I don’t care if he sucked-up to Democrats as an independent non-political businessman . . . or much of anything else he did or said before becoming a candidate. I ONLY CARE ABOUT WHAT HE IS SAYING NOW.

AND THAT THE RNC AND LEFT ARE PILING-ON . . . to make Trump look like a BUFFOON only strengthens him in my eyes, since the RNC AND THE LEFT ARE AS GUILTY AS SIN FOR THE MESS AMERICA HAS BECOME.

MAYBE IT’S NOW TIME FOR A BULLY-PRESIDENT AT THE HELM OF THE BULLY PULPIT:

My preference for the Nominee of the Republican Party is Fiorina, Cruz, Carson, and perhaps still Walker (somewhat) – and not necessarily in that order, since they all have the same message as does Trump, but delivered in different ways.

AND THAT’S WHAT POLITICIANS LIKE BUSH AND CHRISTIE DON’T UNDERSTAND:

Even Kasich doesn’t really get it, since his campaign is to become the Republican’s somewhat LIBERAL Conservative VOICE OF REASON.

But what Kasich and the rest of them can’t get through their Politically CORRECT Heads, is that the people do NOT WANT A VOICE OF REASON IN THE WHITE HOUSE. They’ve had enough REASONABLE SPEECH TO LAST AMERICA A LIFETIME.

WHAT THEY WANT IS A VOICE THAT IS UNCONDITIONALLY PRO USA . . . PERIOD!

I sincerely believe that what many of the American people really want is a REVOLUTION, even if this revolution becomes hot and furious.

EVEN THE SUPER LAUNCH OF COMMUNIST BERNIE SANDERS SHOUTS LOUD AND CLEAR:

Sanders’ unbelievable rise above and beyond Clinton isn’t about Sanders . . . BUT IS ABOUT DEMOCRATS also having had enough with the Political Class. AND THEY’RE NOT ALL FAR TO THE LEFT.

Trump’s slogan – MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN . . . doesn’t just resonate with Hard Core ConservativesIT RESONATES WITH REAL AMERICANS, and that has got to be scaring the crap out of all the INSIDERS on both sides of the not-so-great divide.

AND WHAT MIGHT SCARE THESE LOSERS (A WORD FROM TRUMP) EVEN MORE:

I don’t think Trump’s BOMBAST is going to carry him over the REPUBLICAN finish line. It might, but not likely. But what Trump has already done . . . TO HIS INCREDIBLE CREDIT, which I think is UNDOABLE, HAS BEEN TO WAKE-UP AMERICA, and crash the dreams of RINOS and other Political NE’ER-DO-WELLS on the rocks of American commonsense and PATRIOTISM.

And that in a nutshell . . . IS AS AMERICAN AS IT GETS.

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28 Comments

  • Yes and you help Howard keeping the truth rolling like a fined tuned” RV”. I also like Trey Gowdy. Let’s keep him at the top. Hope John Boehner steps down.

    Carolyn Jones, Sevena Park MD
  • I think the Trump knows he really is not a stand alone leader. What he does know, I bet, is how to surround himself with the best talent available to get the job done.

    Kenneth Oldfield, Hasselt, Belgium
  • Regardless of whose parade one marches in, the concept of revolution is at the forefront.

    Richard (Dick) & Suzanne McMains, Sierra Vista, AZ, USA
  • Trump has game plan.. look at his success…and had someone hated him within that organization as it sometimes seems you think they do, don’t you think the Dems and Rinos would have flushed it out by now? I’ll take a guy who has a track record, teats his people well, and has the best interests of the country at heart because it means his businesses are safe.

    Harry Siemens, Winkler, Manitoba, Canada
  • Howard;
    It really worries me but I have to agree with you 95%. Keep up the good work and let us pray for a positive change to bring us back to our roots.
    John Ross; Florida

    John T Ross, Vero Beach , FL
  • I just hope that Trump doesn’t bow out at the last minute like Ross Perot did in a previous election. Up to now I am voting for Trump because he has a head on his shoulders and has common sense, unlike a lot of politicians that are running against him for president. I agree that Trump would gather committees of bright people that could handle the tasks of straightening out this country and protect Americans. If America goes under, Trump goes under and I don’t think he will allow that to happen!

    JIM OUDMAN, GRAND RAPIDS, MI
  • I’d love to see a Fiorina/Carson ticket. Not only are these two the best candidates for the USA to ever have a chance of making a comeback, but they also disarm the Dems ‘female/black’ sideshow that they love to use to get votes from both of those democraphics.

    Joel Goldman, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • I watched the debates last night. I felt the clear winner was Carly. She had substance and clarity. If the election was held today, I would vote for her in a heart beat. Sometimes it takes a woman to do a man’s job. Howard I agree with you on your assessment of Trump. Like yourself, he is not my first choice, but, clearly understand why people are choosing him. As far as Carson, I like him. He is a real nice guy; however, but, is still weak when it comes to dealing with danger

    Charles Zittin, Fleming Island,FL
  • If Trump wins, and wishes to surround himself with talent, I think he’s got a whole stage of people standing next to him to choose from. Fiorina certainly didn’t disappoint, Rubio’s foreign policy knowledge really shown, and I still think Ted Cruz is fantastic. Any of them would be great.

    Nathan C. Holder, Huntsville, AL
  • Howard as usual you are spot on as the comments out here, and don’t worry about asking for donations, isn’t that what we are fighting for. Nothing is free! If everyone spare $5 that reads you and miss a trip to Starbucks well there you go. I love forwarding you on Twitter. Hopefully someone will pass the torch. I didn’t like christy till last night but he really brought it home I thought. We need to get back to the way we were feeling after 9/11 more spirit for this nation. Stand for something!

    Leslie V Davis, Amelia, Va
  • You outdid yourself, once more, dear Howard. Watching the Debate Show yesterday, I was reasonably convinced that the Titanic might not sink after all… Almost all the participants (minus Paul and Kasich, in my view) were in a sturdy lifeboat, so they could finally eradicate the terrible Obama legacy. Unless the Military and the People do a 1776 BEFORE November 2016
    (one can always dream). Once more, all the best, my dear friend, and thank you a million.

    Louise Zizka, Vancouver, BC
  • I see Trump peaking. It’s alright to be bombastic and insulting to get peoples attention, but this schtick only lasts so long. One does not impress voters by insulting fellow candidates and at some point people want to know how you are going to accomplish things. Bob McDonald, Veterans Administration Secretary and retired CEO of Proctor and Gamble, in a recent interview expressed his frustration with the government bureaucracy and getting things done. “Your fired” doesn’t work on government empl

    Martin Achilles, Edgecomb, Maine, United States
  • UNDER CARLY FIORINA, HP SOLD MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF PRODUCTS TO IRAN
    by JORDAN SCHACHTEL 16 Sep 2015 Washington, DC
    Carly Fiorina, a Republican candidate president and the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard. She’s promising to take a hardline on the regime in Tehran.
    As the chief executive of HP, she “sold hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of products to Iran through a foreign subsidiary,despite strict U.S. export sanctions,” Bloomberg reports.

    Dave Hollenbeck, Prescott, AZ United States
  • I never met a genius that people didn’t think they were a narcissist and egomaniac. Their thinking is so past ours. I lived on the border 20 yrs & traveled in Mexico with friends who were top in the Pan party. 40 yrs ago, one told me “We like a strong sword and you are a bunch of wimps”. Yes he can build that wall and they will pay for it. I also know how. He is not going to show his hand until he is in charge. We have to have faith that he can do all these things. He is our greatest hope.

    Peggy Johns Bland, San Antonio, Texas USA
  • CNN should just keep doing a lousy job as a network, the Debate was poorly done. Yes, Carly did well, but what about in the real world. Is she the one to take over the mess this Country is in? Step back and look at will need to be done. Both sides are so afraid that Trump may make it because they know the free lunch is over. He will be known as “Chain Saw Don” and they all know that especially the losers in the White House. Grrrrrr.

    Paul Branch, Osprey, Florida USA
  • Early on I favored either Rand Paul or Mike Huckabee. But IMHO, both have shot themselves in the foot so to speak, a real shame, but we must move on.

    I like Trump, Carly and Ben Carson along with Rubio and Cruz. Carson is obviosuly brilliant, but I am afraid he is just not forceful enough to be a winner at the final finish line next November. That leaves Donald or Carly. Either one surely can get the job done. I pray that 1/20/2017 will be a great day for America and the world. GOD Bless us a

    Wallace Day, Plattsburgh NY
  • Pretty good debate last night. It was very clear that most were trying to out shout each other to get noticed. I think the three that looked most Preidential were Rubio, Cruz, and Fiorino in that order. Clearly Rubio can answer any question you throw at him, with great clarity. He has a very clear grasp of our problems, and can, in my opinion get the job done. I think he looked and sounded the most Presidential last night.

    Winston "Flash" Gordon, Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
  • I agree with your missive (SIC) entirely except Cruz is my man. I put Carly in with trump, do not trust them.

    Mary Joanne Nickelson, South Bend IN
  • Great editorial as usual! I think Carly was outstanding last night and clearly “won” the debate. I appreciate that Trump has forced the Republican Party to address issues that matter like illegal immigration, but he is not Conservative. He supports some form of Government provided health care, the current tax system with tweaks, and says nothing about reducing Government and a return to a truly Constitutionally controlled/limited government. I’m leaning toward Carly/Cruz/Jindal at present.

    Karen Smith, Casselberry, FL USA
  • Trump consistently BRAGS that he is a GREAT NEGOTIATOR. Well, he acted as such in the debate because he is a GREAT LISTENER–a trait which is most necessary in negotiations. His not being as DYNAMIC as usual was probably planned–he just LISTENED and OBSERVED while PLANNING his next move, one of which is to present a PLAN in a couple of weeks. Re: Carly–she “OPENED UP THE DOOR” for a “TRUMP COMEBACK” with more definitive, political material! Hold on to your hats, as “IT AIN’T OVER YET”! AMEN!

    PAULINE M DEMERS, Woonsocket, RI - USA
  • Maybe the folks here think Fiorina won the debate, but polls I’ve seen show that Trump out did her by more than 2 to 1. Fiorina seems determined to start WW III. She’s dangerous. For me it is sad to think that the people in both debates were the best we could come up with. I’m not real happy about any of them. I am grateful that Trump has put the immigration issue front and center.

    Wade Ward, Tampa, Florida, United States
  • CNN was the big loser in last night’s debate. Not one intelligent, cohesive question was asked. All the moderators did was pit one candidate against the other with the obvious intent to cause arguments and mud-slinging. “(So and so said this about you – what is your reply?)” When will the candidates be permitted to discuss the issues and present ideas and solutions? Ben Carson remained out of the fray. He remained cool and confident, as usual. Very Presidential!

    Eugenia Obrecht, Washington, Michigan
  • Trump is peaking and I am tired of hearing him, lambast the other candidates! CNN did the worst job ever, for hosting a political debate. I wasn’t that pleased with Fox News, either. Mainstream Media is the worst hosting job, since, they are really only worried about RATINGS!!! I did like Cruz, Rubio & Carly, especially Cruz & Rubio. Everyone thinks that Carson would make a good Surgeon General, I think, he could make a good Secretary of State. Time will tell the tale, right???

    Mickey D Watson, Rome, GA, USA
  • I believe the establishment media were poised to declare Carly Fiorina a victor over Trump and most of the field as she has become one of the establishment favorites. On Meet the Press, she said “I applaud and salute the Gang of Eight`s proposal. In 2011 she told Anderson Cooper on July 14 that “we must raise the debt ceiling. Check out Carly’s Conservative Review presidential profile. These are the very issues that will be raised by the Democrats in the general election. Trump does know how

    Sherry Phipps, Chireno, Texas, United States
  • cnn made the debate a circus intentionally. My votes go like this: Cruz, Carson, Trump, Rubio, Huckabee, Fiorina. They rest might as well quit.

    Kenneth Lee, Lake Alfred, Florida, United States
  • I don’t know if you have the ability to personally get in touch with any of the four I am going to mention but if you can why don’t you suggest they get together, make a plan on all of them on a winning ticket by picking one to be Pres. another to be Vice Pres. another Secretary of State, and another one what ever is the most important position and run on that. That would be a slam dunk as far I cam see. I think Trump, Cruz, Fiorina, and Carson, in my opinion but not necessarily in that order

    Pat Eubank, Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States
  • Actually, at this point, I would select Carson and Carly as his running mate….maybe, a worthwhile combo.
    Trump has the money and confidence to shake up this election; however, he is very devisive in nature and cannot contribute to the cohesiveness this party needs to win.

    MADELYN SMITH, PASADENA, California, United States
  • Would it be too much to ask for: a humble dark horse.

    Billie F Luchi, Fountain Hills, AZ

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