Republicans prepare for the worst. Armageddon cometh.



Trump is not the candidate

Republicans would choose.

He’s bigoted and full of hate

And missing several screws.

So who would better head the slate?

Would it be lying Cruz?

Or Kasich whom some highly rate?

No matter which, they’ll lose.


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  • Despite Letterman having Christmas Carols of "Oh Hillary, Oh Hillary, you'll get from 1 to 3" and "Hillary, Hillary, you're going to the Penitentiary" she looks inevitable.

    When the campaign gets down to the head thug tweeting that he is going to spill the beans on anyone, and it turns out he doesn't have any beans, that's a new low. However. the Belgian terrorist attack has taken away some (but not all) of this means of free publicity.

  • There was just a clip of Cruz saying that his opponent is a bully scared of strong women, which is about the only thing with which I agree with him.

    Also, diagram the preceding sentence.

  • In reply to jack:

    1st of all, there are 'beans', you just had to google it and that was probably the intention.

    2nd, the Cruz people swiped at Trump's wife first, why did you not mention it?

  • In reply to 4zen:

    1. In the Mrs. Cruz case, Trump sent out a further meem saying forget the beans, compare pictures with an ugly one of Mrs. Cruz.

    Similarly it was pointed out last night that if the Ricketts don't know how to run the Cubs, how did Forbes say that the team's value has increased to $2.2 billion?

    The only beans are rattling in the bully's cranium.

    2. The "Cruz people" were a PAC. While one can argue whether a PAC really is independent, who runs @realdonaldtrump? Donald Trumpowitz?

  • In reply to jack:

    Rosenbloom similarly said:
    "Add this page to the Scrapbook of Stupid: A Republican presidential candidate whose companies often declare bankruptcy is threatening to run ads criticizing the way the Rickettses run a Cubs franchise that has raised its value 22 percent and is picked to win the World Series."

  • Politics aside, if Hillary wins the losers are the American people who have to listen to her weaponized voice for four or possbily eight years.

    It makes men duck and women cringe and activates images of flying plates and frying pans. For decades after there will be cases of PTSD.

    The enitre nation will mandated to use ear plugs -- supplied free of course, because that's the Democrat way.

  • In reply to Chef Boy RD:

    So you would be happy with someone with an orange face, whose only discourse is "Choker," "Blood coming out of her whatever," and I'LL SPILL THE BEANS?"

    But I forgot, you are Chef hit and RUN on these comment boards. You certainly didn't have a comment of substance here. Turn down the volume button on your HDTV.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Romney proves there is no difference between Republican and Democrat.

    In Other News: Study finds the 99% terrified of freedom. Beg for their chains.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    In the case of your thug, there isn't. Remember the post where I said that I would prefer a real Democrat than the fake one you are passing off on trade, tax inversions, and the like..

    Also, there is no difference between your man and Rat except Rat is more credible, and has a real Pig on his security force.

  • In reply to jack:

    No. It's all a farce. There is no vote. There is no republic. It's an Oligarchy.

    I've been reading here for five years how Aquinas hates the Republicans with you in general agreement. Now you both have been tricked into doing their bidding. You think it's a coincidence you guys ended up on the same team as Romney?

    Ask yourself why the Republican establishment has spent over 300 million dollars to stop Trump. They didn't try this hard to beat Obama. They're not afraid of losing to Hillary, who's bought and paid for by the big banks. They're afraid of losing their jobs, their power, their cheap labor, their trade agreements, their lobbyists that make them billionaires and kings.

    They've literally destroyed the middle class and catapulted a stock market on zero % interest rates, obliterating any saver's money in the country (mostly 60 and older).

    It was never about Trump. It was just a means to an end. A means that was too vulgar for modern sensitive American ears, oh my, oh my.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    BREAKING NEWS: The beans have been spilled!! #Cruzsexscandal.

    In Other News: Crow tastes good with beans.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Who, other than you care about your BREAKING NEWS? Trump doesn't need you to tweet.

    Maybe you should read what I just posted below.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    But as I pointed out, and AW seems to agree, you got your end of destroying the Republican party on the national level.

    And, as I and all the polls you love now indicate, at it has done is strengthen Hillary. You,, obviously didn't read my first post, nor the numerous ones in which I said you were punked by the sniveling thug who didn't have the guts to show up at UIC.

    You also didn't read where I said that Hillary, Sanders and your candidate are exactly on the same page on trade agreements.

    " You think it's a coincidence you guys ended up on the same team as Romney?" Romney endorsed Cruz. Neither of us did so.

    "It was never about Trump. It was just a means to an end."
    Then tell the pretender to quit f-ing us over.

    Either you want a blowhard with no principles as President, or somehow you have disconnected your typing fingers from your brain.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Which is why my first choice is Bernie.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Hypocrisy or expediency, like when he employed illegal Polish immigrant workers. Not principles.

    BTW, the Illinois Primary is over, in case you didn't know. Or is he going to make good on his statement that the UIC rally was "postponed," not canceled?

    In the meantime, if he and Cruz want to destroy each other with personal attacks, I think that was the point AW was trying to make. Doesn't seem like you comprehend that.

  • Precisely. Trump has no moral core or compass. I think it was Abba Eban who was once of another statesman that he was a man of principle. And that principle was expediency. He could have been talking about Trump.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Speaking of expediency over principle is this article about how Trump was in favor of eminent domain, until Steve Wynn wanted to use it. And with regard to moral compass, Trump tried to buy off the landowner's attorney by trying to engage him in the Wynn case, but the lawyer realized that that was a clear violation of legal ethics.

    All of that is notwithstanding any view whether eminent domain should be used to foster a private developer.

  • The penultimate paragraph in this story seems to say it all, at least to a rational mind.

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  • In reply to 4zen:

    Sorry, 4zen, you lose again. Heidi Cruz isn't running for President.

    Why do you keep trying to prove me right?.

    And I see you rely on the National Enquirer. Don't forget, Trump says "I love... I love... I love... I love the poorly educated." It must really be hurting your self esteem to be put into that group.

  • In reply to jack:

    Somehow the lousy blogging software messed up the tiny url, so here's a long one.

  • Now I think I'm David Venable!

    There seems to be a pattern here.

  • In reply to jack:

    Yeah, the same pattern we saw in 'Play Misty For Me.'

    Jack, two questions: Do you like Edgar Allen Poe and do you think you've made it onto any 'lists?'

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Unless you state a reason for needing to know, as Seinfeld would put it, no answers for you.

  • Donald Trump is the vanguard of the white walkers.

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