Testing our faith

  • Key fans of Trump are posting warnings
  • If Trump loses Breitbart . . . does he consider that a win?
  • Dance with the ones that brung ya
  • The Denizens gaze back
  • Contra view: Trump is just playing one side against another as need be

These are not to be written off as fair-weather friends.  Having not been their favorite for the nomination, but vociferous defenders, indeed champions of Trump through the election and still now, these posts from Kurt Schlichter and David Limbaugh (links from Town Hall) should be of concern. Our own DLH posted dire concerns at least ten days ago, just after the debt extension agreement, (set forth below) something we agreed would have ended up being the result were Ryan and McConnell in on the act, but nonetheless disappointing as communicated.

Kurt Schlichter:

Read My Lips: Schumer Is Playing You For A Fool, Mr. President 

David Limbaugh:

Holding Trump Accountable When Necessary

Trump has been a favorite at Breitbart all along.  Here are some very recent links to reports and opinion posted there, including one from Tucker Carlson:

9 Lies About DACA Trump Is Buying Into

 Families of Illegal Alien Murder Victims: Trump ‘Looked Us in the Eye’ and Said They ‘Didn’t Die in Vain’

Pelosi: Trump, Ryan Agreed to Move on DREAM Act — with Path to Citizenship

…‘The Wall Will Come Later’…

…‘We’re Not Looking at Amnesty. We’re Looking at Allowing People to Stay’…

 Trump Defends DACA: ‘Does Anybody Really Want to Throw Out Good, Educated People?’… 

Tucker: ‘No Reason to Be Optimistic’ About Trump’s Deal on DACA

Speaker Ryan Asks GOP Panel For Amnesty Plan

When you gaze into the abyss . . .

It appears the coup is now complete. The election of a Republican president, espousing conservative actions to check the dreadful march of the leftist, ultimately anti-America Washington Establishment has been effectively overturned.

The last brick to be put in place, we believe, was the Gen. Kelly appointment which was followed by completion of the purge of MAGA forces. Conservatives are now shut out of access to Trump.

Ivanka, Jared, Gary Cohn are all happy as clams.

McConnell and Ryan are fully exposed for the mendacious fools they are…irrelevant and despised by all.

None of it is good but, for Trump it is spectacular, though silly, spiteful revenge.  The cost , however, is enormous, for America and for the entire world. For Trump it must seem delicious payback to a party without character or principal, a lasting contempt for some very contemptible people. But for conservatives and the many who went to the polls to elect one who promised to Make America Great Again, it is a crushing betrayal, first by their treacherous congressional leadership, and now by the man who promised much, accomplished what he could, but ultimately succumbed to the faithless Republican party and its greedy supporters.

As Friedrich Nietzsche said:

“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster… for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.”

The same can be said for ‘gazing into the swamp.   DLH

We see such concerns about being overtaken by the swamp in some of the commentary by none other than Sean Hannity,  although he remains an all out Trump admirer, he warns that, while people voted for change, not any change will do, and that he (Hannity) is not exactly sure what is up.  Still another take,  along the lines of ~~ Trump is smarter than everybody ~~, and is playing both sides against one another to serve his agenda is this item that first came to us via Hugh Pries about some White House affairs of late. He sent it  without necessarily an endorsement but as another take. The article has been making the rounds, we found a link to it as set forth below. Actual author unknown.

Just Business

Posted in UNCATEGORIZED | Leave a comment

Bless us Papa, for we have sinned




  • “WHO AM I TO JUDGE?” (at least on the subject of gays…)

——–excerpts from various accounts of Pope Francis many expressed opinions——-

Aboard the papal plane (CNN)If US President Donald Trump considers himself “pro-life,” he should reconsider his decision to end a program that allows the children of undocumented immigrants to remain in the United States, Pope Francis said.

“The President of the United States presents himself as pro-life and if he is a good pro-lifer, he understands that family is the cradle of life and its unity must be protected,” Francis said.

The Pope’s comments came during a news conference Sunday aboard the papal plane, as he returned to the Vatican after a five-day trip to Colombia. In the wide-ranging Q&A with reporters, the Pope also said history will harshly judge deniers of climate change.

The Pope acknowledged that he was not familiar with the specifics of DACA. “I think this law comes not from parliament but from the executive,” the Pope said. “If that is so, I am hopeful that it will be re-thought.”

Trump and the Pope have tussled over immigration before, with the Pope saying last year that anyone who thinks only of building walls instead of bridges is “not Christian.”

Trump fired back, saying that no religious leader should question another man’s faith.

The US Catholic bishops have also battled a former Trump administration official on DACA in recent days.

Steve Bannon, who until recently was Trump’s chief strategist, accused the bishops of having an ulterior motive in advocating for families affected by the decision to revoke DACA. They have called the decision “heartless” and “reprehensible.”

Bannon said the bishops “need illegal aliens to fill the churches,” a charge the bishops called “preposterous” and “insulting.”


History will judge climate change deniers

As the papal plane prepared to cross over Hurricane Irma’s path on its way back to Rome from Cartagena, Francis issued a stern warning to climate change deniers.

“If we don’t go back, we will go down,” the Pope said, referring to a study which suggested the world must reverse course within the next few years or suffer dire consequences.

Francis said he was particularly struck by news last week of a Russian boat that managed to go through the North Pole without an icebreaker.

“Whoever denies it has to go to the scientists and ask them,” he said. “They speak very clearly, scientists are precise.”

“Then they decide and history will judge those decisions.”

When asked why some governments refused to see the importance of the issue, Francis quoted the book of Psalms in the Old Testament.

“Man is a stupid and hard-headed being,” he said


North Korea / Columbia

Francis said he did not fully understand the crisis in North Korea. “I’ll tell you the truth, I don’t really understand the world of geopolitics,” he said. “I think what I see there is a fight for political interests.”

Ed Note: “Political interests”, seriously, threats to incinerate freedom loving people are reduced to “political interests”. The mans ignorance of “geopolitics” not to mention geomorality knows no bounds.

Francis’ message throughout his five-day visit to Colombia had been one of forgiveness and reconciliation. It is a hard message for many Colombians, who still have the trauma of kidnappings and killings fresh in their minds, but one which seems to have already had an important effect.

The leader of the guerrilla group FARC, Rodrigo Londono, asked forgiveness on Friday for the suffering his group caused to the Colombian people, in an open letter to Pope Francis.

“Your repeated expressions about God’s infinite mercy move me to plead your forgiveness for any tears and pain that we have caused the people of Colombia,” Londono wrote.

Ed Note: OK fine, what about the other side


Border protection

——–(CNN)Thrusting himself into the combative 2016 presidential campaign, Pope Francis said Thursday that GOP front-runner Donald Trump “is not Christian” if he calls for the deportation of undocumented immigrants and pledges to build a wall between the United States and Mexico.

The Pope, who was traveling back to Rome from Mexico, where he urged the United States to address the “humanitarian crisis” on its southern border, did not tell American Catholics not to vote for Trump.

But Francis left little doubt where he stood on the polarizing issue of immigration reform.

“A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian. This is not the gospel,” the Pope told journalists who asked his opinion on Trump’s proposals to halt illegal immigration.

Ed Note: Then tear down the Vatican walls, . . . what’s that you say  . . . no because of great historical significance . . . you mean like repelling Muslim invaders . . . wall for me, not for thee.


Climate change doubters

Pope Francis on Monday slammed climate change doubters as “stupid” in the wake of a spate of hurricanes that have thrashed the US, Mexico and the Caribbean.

“Those who deny it (climate change) should go to the scientists and ask them. They are very clear, very precise,” the pontiff said Monday during a press conference on the return leg of a five-day Colombia trip.

“A phrase from the Old Testament comes to mind: ‘man is stupid, a stubborn, blind man’,” he added.

Francis said individuals and politicians had a “moral responsibility” to act on advice from scientists, who had clearly outlined what must be done to halt the course of global warming.

“These aren’t opinions pulled out of thin air. They are very clear,” he said.

“They (world leaders) decide and history will judge those decisions,” he added

Ed note:  In all of this , does it not strike objective people as the Pope being one: a person who, while preaching the significance of an issue, has not attempted to read the objective evidence countering the matter, and two: a person enamored with the managed society, scientific materialism and dialectic i.e. Marxism, which by the way he does not object to being called.  See also here and here    The only apparent wrong with Marxism by the Pope’s lights seems to be that it fails to recognize Jesus as the first Marxist, or something.

Gay lobby and more:

“When I meet a gay person, I have to distinguish between their being gay and being part of a lobby. If they accept the Lord and have goodwill, who am I to judge them? They shouldn’t be marginalized. The tendency (to homosexuality) is not the problem … they’re our brothers.”

The problem, he said was, lobbies that work against the interest of the church.

In 2005, during the papacy of Pope Benedict XVI, the Vatican issued directives barring from the priesthood men “who are actively homosexual, have deep-seated homosexual tendencies, or support the so-called ‘gay culture.'”

Francis’ brief remarks seem to signal a sharp shift from that policy.

DLH with R Mall

Posted in UNCATEGORIZED | Leave a comment

Letters from Timbuktu*

Consider this fanciful refrain which would be heard round the world, the truth be known.



We now know you recipients are more moral, more deserving, have a unassailable claim to all the largess in the US just for being there, compared to us schleps.  We know that your folks were just more clever in sneaking across the US border to grab the goodies for you.  THAT MAKES YOU MORE WORTHY THAN US ‘cuz you’re there.

WAITING IN LINE IS SUCH A DRAG!  Sure, a country can only accommodate so many immigrants, and has a right to control its borders, but diminishing our legal chance because your folks elbowed us out, taking our places for you, proves your worth ever more!  IT’S A NO-FAULT WORLD AFTER ALL. 

We understand it has never been hard to do, getting across. The US has the most lax enforcement just about anywhere WITH THE BEST ENTICEMENTS TO COME ILLEGALLY — YOU GUYS ARE THE ABSOLUTE PROOF POSITIVE!

We get that certain industries and illegal vote mongers love to exploit the system in your country. Heck they are your publicity arm, just look at the dominant media in your country.  Of course the incomparable benies and repetitive amnesty means the enticements are always there for the pickings.  THAT MAKES YOU MORE WORTHY THAN US AND THEM, AND EVER SO MORALLY SUPERIOR!

Its great to be able to claim to be a US tax payer of some sort.  However you benefited from your parents illegal entry, presence, and activities, getting subsidized education and more SO WE WON’T TALK NET. We hear Mafia kids get to use that dodge and keep without recourse what the folks saw to it that they have.   IT’S A GREAT COUNTRY, no wonder people make the trip and enter illegally.  

Now that most of you are adults  (you are adults or the taxpayer claim kind of falls flat doesn’t it) you are better than us cuz of course we would never want to pay taxes in America.  

YOU GUYS ARE SO COOL. Most of you speak a second language and employers love that because then they get you to deal with the low wage illegal immigrants who continue to be enticed  because of the endless repetition of amnesty which they advocate and exploit. WE WOULD LIKE TO BREAK INTO THAT CIRCLE, but alas, our folks, while desperate for us, are just not that clever.  It’s hell to be law abiding.

We know that the truth is that the employers who support DACA are just part of shoving the real costs onto the majority of tax payers, and looking for that good old competitive advantage.  NO FAULT THERE, RIGHT!  Otherwise they would offer to pick up the tab for your education and all other benefits received. BUT THAT’S JUST NOT WHO THEY ARE.

With what you have going for you we realize it is easy to crank up the sympathy vote, just keep our pictures out of view. But we are a bit dumbfounded by the success of the family unity argument. Talk about illogic.  Seriously, your parents spirit you across or send you across as unaccompanied minors, thereby achieving the sympathetic main purpose, maybe sending you to a relative in the US or leaving you with one.  In doing so they abandon the majority of relatives in your native country and you by their indifference to laws if they are ever deported. Then, everyone cries that family unification requires that everybody gets to come to the US for family reunification. Talk about an endless one-way troop train.

This fanciful post is intended not as a response to every legitimate argument about DACA but rather  the speciousness of  the moral arguments often used and the self-interest of the proponents. The free pass  DACA proponents get in mainstream media while proponents of serious immigration enforcement  are painted as immoral is extensive.

Posted in UNCATEGORIZED | Leave a comment

School Board Elections in Scott County

  • Tuesday elections in Scott County.  Voting only at your precinct, too late for absentee. Polls open 7:00, close 8:00 PM
  • Voting will take about as much time as buying a quart of milk at a Kwik Shop
  • For the Davenport Community School District we endorse David Reke and for the open positions in other communities, the Republican candidate who has not been endorsed by a rent-seeking union.

First we repeat our wish over the years that the Scott County Republican Party consistently hold its own candidate forums for school board and municipal elections, the so-called non-partisan elections, and use its auspices to survey the candidates on platform matters including education, taxation and social issues.  But again that was not to be. The extent of the low voter turn-out in such elections is in part a reflection of this failure by the party to do so.  It is a failure of local conservatism not to aggressively pursue these elections as candidates and voters.  The state of the public schools is also a reflection of these  shortcomings.

Given our resources, the best Veritas can generally do as a service to readers is report on party affiliation.  We all know such is not reliable in particular but may, without other relevant information, in an overall trend, as a result of electing Republicans, produce more likelihood of improving the education environment than electing Democrats!

We have information from one candidate which we believe is adequate for an endorsement over others who did not come to our door, — most rely on union endorsements and indirect contact through the mail, or a few yard signs. We are also relying on newspaper reports of who the unions are endorsing. That is a thoroughly negative indication this election.  The state legislature’s welcome decision to limit public employee contract bargaining power, limiting hegemony over tax payers means that the profile of unions at all levels is high, as they try to maintain power, and therefore particularly worrisome.

Take the few minutes necessary to vote, however cloudy the glasses, even if it means just basically showing up and writing in a plausible candidate, (we have failed in this ourselves over the years).  Eventually the message filters through to candidates, that conservative people vote, not just the local rent seekers — the public education related union membership, the union apparat in solidarity with them, and liberal big government types in general.

Davenport School Board

Six candidates running for three openings.

We support David Reke because of his financial background, and his support for voucher systems, charter schools, that he is not in favor of Common Core, IS pro-teacher and their ability to be rewarded for superior performance and supported in discipline matters. He said he is pro-life (our hoped for implication on that score is that he would be in favor of rooting out Planned Parenthood type sexology and promiscuity as taught in schools). He came to our neighborhood and our door soliciting a vote.  No one else did. He is registered no-party but voted in the Republican primary in June of 2014.   We suggest a bullet vote for him or with possible write-ins for the remaining two positions.

Bruce Potts is a registered Republican BUT according to the QC Times received the endorsement of the Davenport Education Association. That is compellingly negative information.

Candidates Beck, Blackwell, and Grier  are registered Democrats and have received the endorsement of one or another union.

Candidate Mayfield, the only incumbent running,  is a registered Democrat, but apparently did not receive any union endorsement. That is interesting and if I had to vote for a Democrat, which I do not and is against interests in general, he might be considered after more information.

Bettendorf School Board

Seven candidates running for three openings.

There are only two Republicans running for the school board in Bettendorf!! How pathetic.

Candidates who are registered Republican are Andrew Champion and Adam Holland.  All others are registered Democrats — Goins, Lynch, Marinaccio, McEnant and Trahan (if Sara E Trahan is the same person as “Pepper”).

According to the QC Times: The Bettendorf Education Association recommended three candidates for the Bettendorf School Board: Andrew Champion, Maxine McEnany and Pepper Trahan.

So maybe bullet-vote Adam Holland if he meets your standards after giving him a phone call.  Show up and show the flag so to speak by voting. Write in someone when there is no one who deserves your vote, even comparatively.  Champion, though a registered Republican, has a big albatross around his neck as to any reliability on protecting the taxpayers and limiting union influence.

North Scott Community School District

Four candidates running for three openings.

Candidates Nick Hansel and Tracy Lindaman are registered as Republicans.  Candidates Mark Pratt and incumbent Donn Wilmott  are registered no-party.   We have no information on union endorsements but that is worth checking by phoning the candidates and asking about that and about the following issue —

There is a ballot measure  for North Scott School District voters which reads:

Shall the Board of Directors of the North Scott Community School District in the County of Scott, State of Iowa, be authorized for a period of ten (10) years, to levy annually, as determined by the Board, a voter-approved physical plant and equipment property tax not to exceed ninety-seven cents (97¢) per one thousand dollars ($1,000) of the assessed valuation of the taxable property within the school district commencing with the levy for collection in the fiscal year commencing on July 1, 2018, to be used for any purpose or purposes now or hereafter authorized by Iowa law?

If we lived in the NS school district that would be a big HELL NO.

Pleasant Valley Community School District 2

Two candidates running for one opening.

Brent Ayers is a registered Democrat.  We were unable to locate any information on candidate Deborah Kepple-Mamrios.  We have no information on union endorsements but that is worth checking by phoning the candidates.

Other school board races in Scott County

Other races are uncontested. We will try to provide party affiliation of the sole candidates soon.

Contact the candidates:

Contact information for all candidates, including address, phone and email, can be found here, at the Scott County Auditor website.  Precinct voting locations can be found here.

Posted in UNCATEGORIZED | 1 Comment

Remembering 911

Remembering 911.  Especially the courage of the rescue workers as that spirit is also evident in efforts on display in response to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.  The loss of life on September 11, 2001 and its aftermath, the war on radical Islamic terrorism, we do not have the words to console.

Posted in UNCATEGORIZED | Leave a comment

Busing the crew

• Homies tend to band together  – whoda thunk it

Well this is an admission with implications liberals will chafe at.  Reading this AP article in the Dispatch-Argus  Small Cities struggle with teen gun violence   we took in the usual references to liberal organizations’ analysis of what they refer to as “gun violence as a public health epidemic” among youth. The article’s focus is on Wilmington DE, thought of as a small US city, and as an area previously thought to be exempt from big city strife.  But liberal policies, seeing their eclipse in the Obamanation, know no bounds.  From the print edition:

Mayor Mike Purzycki said some of the blame can be laid on a “fractured education system” that sends children on buses to schools in rival neighborhoods. Many fathers are either in prison or have past convictions that make it difficult for them to find good jobs.

So busing kids outside of their neighborhood, away from nearby schools, where they play and reticulate and have preexisting bonds, might cause kids to “crew” with similarly stressed kids. Whoda guessed it.

The “fractured educational system” we feel is rightfully blamed because we are talking about high school age perps. The education bureaucracies have myriad analysis and excuses for closing local schools. The basic reason is of course cost factors.  But the genator for that is personnel costs more than building upkeep. Costs are driven in no small part by teacher unions who also  drive up turnover and  job dissatisfaction, that must be compensated of course,  because of discipline problems their experimental education policies exacerbate. In our humble opinion of course.  The online edition adds this:

Unlike larger, more organized criminal enterprises such as the Crips, the Bloods or the Mexican Mafia, feuds among teenage gangs in Wilmington don’t revolve around drugs, or territory, or even money. It’s about respect.

In the internet age, bad blood can spring up and spread instantly online with the double tap of a thumb on a smartphone screen or a hastily tapped-out Tweet. Teenagers in Wilmington don’t sport gang colors or uniforms, but identify themselves with emojis and hashtags.

“Technology’s evolution has made it easier for criminals to get guns,” said Deputy Attorney General Joseph Grubb. “It also has made it easier for young people to get offended by something, causing them to go grab a gun and shoot up a block as opposed to, ‘Meet me in the school yard and let’s fist fight.'”

Another quote from the online edition:

“A juvenile with a gun is a heck of a lot more dangerous than a 24- or 25-year-old with a gun,” said James Durham, the acting U.S. attorney based in Savannah.

True that.  But the gun availability part has nothing to do with the problem.  Guns have been readily available on mantels  in homes in small towns for generations. Degradation of family, especially, by liberal policies, and glorification of violence in music and games,  the  resentment-building ethos of the education curricula, and the no-fault-for minors judicial system brings it out. The lengthy online article also has this:

Robert Tracy, Wilmington’s new police chief, says the city needs to do more of this — identifying those committing crimes and getting them off the street. It’s a strategy employed in other cities.

“There’s a small percentage of individuals that are going back and forth causing this violence in the city,” Tracy, Chicago’s former top crime strategist, said earlier this year during a vigil for a 6-year-old boy who had been shot. “And all the good people are tired of it, and they’re outraged.”

We suspect that is the core of the problem . . .a small percentage of individuals.  Getting the punks off the street is good . . . but the other “small percentage of individuals” to get off the street is the liberal educational /political establishment.

R Mall

Posted in UNCATEGORIZED | Leave a comment

The Bible has much about nations and sovereignty

Mollie Hemingway writing at The Federalist has a worthy article extolling that:

Believing In National Sovereignty Doesn’t Make You A Bad Christian 
There’s nothing immoral about wanting border security and its enforcement.

Here is an excerpt:

Are Pro-Nation-State Policies Morally Just?

Most people agree that citizens of a nation have a right to protect their culture and defend their economic and security interests by regulating immigration. Most people also probably recognize the obligation that citizens in free and prosperous countries have toward those seeking asylum for humanitarian or other serious reasons.

Balancing those interests is not immoral. Citizens of a country should be mindful of the cultural and economic changes that immigration can bring and particularly how the downside of those changes tends to be borne by those with lower incomes and less power than the ones who tend to make immigration policy. Unfettered immigration can strain the resources of schools, hospitals, and local communities. Poorly managed immigration policies can also lead to disruptions in the political order and culture.

As Peter Meilaender has written, “The world, after all, contains countless needy people who require assistance. How are we to know whom to help? So we begin with those to whom we stand in special relationships. The neighbor whom we are commanded universally to love takes particular shape as the aged father in need of regular attention, the cousin whose husband is away fighting in Iraq, the fellow parishioner who has lost his job. Immigration regulations are a way of embodying in policy a preferential love for our own fellow citizens and the way of life that we share. Such a preference can be overridden, but it is not inherently suspect.”

The Founding Fathers explained that the Constitution itself was put in place to “form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.”

Immigration laws defined the United States’ borders and boundaries. They ideally foster community for all the people contained therein, including the community benefits from following the rule of law. When immigration laws are flouted and people not lawfully present in the country observe problems with immigration enforcement, they and others can reasonably conclude that consequences for crimes are non-existent and that the government is weak.

In light of all this, ending an unlawful program such as DACA can encourage enforcement of immigration laws and demonstrate the importance of rule of law, a key ingredient in the functioning of a healthy republic.

Progressives who dismiss all manner of Biblical admonitions on so many other subjects, nevertheless, when they find a few that they like on immigration (out of context of course) try to play them to the hilt. Perhaps their favorite as regards immigration is to imply that the Bible uses the same words for immigrants, a conflation, that there are no distinctions as to “strangers in ones land”.  Objective translations and research shows that there are distinctions between the Biblical equivalent of guests , legal and illegal immigration, travelers etc . Reading these essays reinforces that that the Bible does not call for what amounts to open borders as interpreted by leftist clerics:

Jeff Sessions got it right on immigrants and the Bible   By James K. Hoffmeie

Michael Shannon:  Illegal aliens? Listen to the Bible, not The New York Times 

What Bible says about illegal immigration :  Joseph Farah makes distinction between ‘strangers,’ ‘trespassers’

Immigration and the Gospel

What is God’s Perspective on Immigration?  (Biblical Archeology publication)

A Torah Perspective on National Borders and Illegal Immigration
By Nochum Mangel and Shmuel Klatzkin

R Mall

Posted in IMMIGRATION, UNCATEGORIZED | Leave a comment


From Americans for Limited Government (excerpt)

Sept. 7, 2017

U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.), co-chair of the RINO obstructionist Tuesday Group, is tonight calling it quits after 12 years as a Congressman — less than six days after Americans for Limited Government co-sponsored a rally in his district in Allentown, Pa. demanding that he implement the Trump agenda that won the election in 2016 or else be primaried. We have to make this a national movement!

In his statement announcing his retirement, Dent complained of “disruptive outside influences” that had interfered with the politics in his district. In the meantime, most of the speakers at the Allentown rally were local speakers who had simply had enough with this do-nothing, obstruct-everything establishment Republican.

To be fair, we were there, too, to help live stream the rally, which also featured Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning, a Maryland native. It does not matter where we come from, however.

We don’t care. We’re coming after these obstructionists in the GOP wherever they are who only care about hurting the President — and the country in the process.

But we need your help to do this to every single House Republican still in the Tuesday Group or any other group in the House who wants to stop President Trump from building the wall, cutting taxes, repealing Obamacare and rebuilding our nation’s crumbling infrastructure.

These Tuesday Group Republicans don’t care — about helping the country. They only care about keeping their power. Once they know they can’t keep it, however, they’ll fold just like the cheap tent Charlie Dent just did. We just proved it.   . . .


Posted in UNCATEGORIZED | 1 Comment

Antifa ideosa*

*Our little play on words — the Spanish translation is “obsessive, willful” which is appropriate in its way, bring in the “t” and you have willfully ignorant.

Posted in UNCATEGORIZED | Leave a comment

Enough of Tuesday Group & Promises Promises

From the stage musical Promises Promises — “I’ll Never Fall in Love Again” seems apt,  although falling in love with died in the hide RINOs would not pass the upchuck test.

Primary the “TUESDAY GROUP”

The actions, rather the inaction, of the current GOP “leadership” are nothing more nor less than “Election Nullification”.

Mitch McC and Paul Ryan are clearly telling the 60M plus voters who, last November, kept them in power and sent a presidential candidate to Washington who campaigned on a strong conservative agenda, that their votes meant nothing!

The only thing that makes any sense now if America is to halt its decline into socialism and global irrelevance is the primary election alternative.

Unless Paul Ryan, the “Tuesday Group”, Mitch and his band of dishonest frauds are replaced in the coming primary races and those to come in years ahead until they’re cleared out, general elections will mean nothing.

Susan Collins is a great example of the treachery of the GOP’s RINO faction: Susan runs as a Republican, campaigning as though she was the biggest arch-conservative voters could ever send to the Senate, making solemn promises she never intends to keep once comfortably ensconced in her senate office. Her voters in Maine undoubtedly know what a deceitful rogue she is, but they vote for her so that the GOP retains a majority in the senate.

When she gets there, even her voters know what she will do, or not do. But, goodness knows, if Susan doesn’t win, and if just two or three others, i.e.. the Arizona “Flake”, or McCain, or Murkowski, don’t win, Democrat Chuck Schumer would be Senate Majority Leader!

Even if Mitch McConnell were not, himself a deceitful member of the DC establishment, he is at best, a political coward. He is loathe to discipline in the customary political way, Senator Collins for many acts of defiance toward the agenda she campaigned to support.

Mitch would be fearful that the “lady” would then pull a “Jumpin’ Jim Jeffords” trick and switch parties.

Well,”Breaking news”, GOP voters:

a) yes, she probably would!

b) do you really think that Chuck Schumer doesn’t already run the Senate?

c) finally, as John Nance Gardner, FDR’s VP once said of his job, your vote in the general elections is “not worth a bucket of warm p–s”, as long as the the candidates you help put on fall ballots are of the Collins, McCain, Flake, et al ilk!

In our humble opinion, the time has come, in fact it is past time, that the US Chamber of Commerce and the various other “non-partisan” special interest groups are stopped from nullifying your vote and that of a majority of Americans!

Primary Paul Ryan, Jeff Flake, and all of their dishonest colleagues! In sending these people back to Washington time and again, not only does it make little difference than if the other party is in power, conservative voters are saddled with the added humiliation of being scammed over and over while the world looks on wondering whatever happened to the United States of America?


Posted in UNCATEGORIZED | Leave a comment