Saturday, June 18, 2016

So what's going on in the land of Trump? Well quite a lot actually.

Got your popcorn ready?

Okay then let's start.

First there is this courtesy of Real Clear Politics:

Ouch! That's gonna leave a mark!

And then there is this from New York magazine: 

The latest Washington Post–ABC News poll finds Trump’s favorability falling 8 points to a piddling 29 percent, while the percentage of Americans holding an unfavorable view of him has increased by 10 to 70 percent.

Gee, I'm just surprised that there are still three out of every ten people in this country who DON'T dislike Donald Trump.

As it turns out a number of the people who don't like him are in his own party.

Courtesy of CNN: 

A coalition of Republican delegates is mounting a last-ditch effort to block Donald Trump from obtaining the GOP nomination by pushing for a "conscience clause" that would allow delegates to vote against the presumptive nominee. 

Kendal Unruh, a Colorado delegate, organized a call with dozens of other delegates Thursday night to discuss ways to block Trump at the convention. The group, Unruh says, marks the coalescing of disparate "pockets of resistance" -- including backers of Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio and Ohio Gov. John Kasich -- which had been opposing Trump with little success.

"This is a coalition of Kasich, Cruz and Rubio (supporters) and we are all agreeing on one goal, which is: Anybody but Trump," Unruh said Friday.

This will probably fail, but the mere fact that there are so many within the party that really despise the Donald is certainly a sign that this convention might be a whole lot more entertaining than we have been led to believe.

But wait, there's more:

-- The chairman of the House Energy and Commerce committee, Fred Upton, said that Trump has “gone off the track.” The Michigan congressman said he has no plans to endorse Trump “or anyone in this race.” “I’m going to stay in my lane,” he said during a radio interview, according to The Detroit News. 

-- Richard Armitage, who served as George W. Bush's Deputy Secretary of State, announced he will vote for Clinton. “[Trump] does not appear to be a Republican, he doesn’t appear to want to learn about issues,” he told Politico. “So, I’m going to vote for Mrs. Clinton.”

 -- Charles Krauthammer says Trump how shown over the past month that he cannot and will not change. “It’s no accident that Trump’s poll numbers are sliding,” he writes in his column today. Michael Gerson, meanwhile, decries Trump’s flawed character in his column and argues that it is a far worse problem than the first-time candidate's lack of self-discipline. 

-- “At this point, I just can’t do it,” John Kasich said on “Morning Joe.” “But we’ll see where it ends up … I’m not making any final decisions yet.” 

-- Several more companies have announced this week that they are steering clear of the Republican convention in Cleveland: Wells Fargo, UPS, Motorola, JPMorgan Chase, Ford, and Walgreens Boots Alliance all said they will not be participating despite years of previous support 

-- joining Coca-Cola, Microsoft and a host of others refusing to join in Trump’s coronation. (Bloomberg) -- Even Trump’s core supporters are angry with him. Several allies publicly rebuked him yesterday for trying to prevent suspected terrorists from being able to buy guns. Jeff Sessions, Trump's point man on the Hill, declared that congressional Republicans should not take cues from The Donald on the subject. “We’re a co-equal branch of government,” the Alabama senator said.

It's wrong for me to take such pleasure from another person's problems, right?

Well too late.

Now all of that is bad. Really, really bad.

But for my money perhaps the most devastating story concerning Donald Trump that came out this week was not about his political campaign, but rather about his wealth.

And it came from the unlikeliest of sources. Charlie Sheen.

So not only is Donald Trump a TERRIBLE presidential candidate, but he is also a complete fraud. And essentially, according to Charlie Sheen, "Just a bag of dogshit."

Man this popcorn is delicious.


  1. Anonymous11:33 AM

    Is Sarah Palin still on Team Trump? Or, as Todd Palin reminds us, "What's in it for us?" Maybe Trump will fly them into to Cleveland? Does anyone want to make any bets?

    1. Anonymous11:57 AM

      Oh I'll bet she's going, all right, if she can whip up some hate and get some publicity.

      The hound from hell WILL be released, I'd bet my pension on it!

    2. Anonymous12:52 PM

      Even $arah has got to realize by now that Don the Con is all talk. Suck on that cupcake

    3. Anonymous12:53 PM

      Agree that $arah will be at that convention. Otherwise, why donate to her PAC in the future. she has a few scores to settle while she is there, no doubt.

    4. Anonymous1:07 PM

      12:52 PM - of course she does, she's just like him, but that's not going to stop her from hanging onto the last bit of credibility she thinks she has. Think any other candidate would have her stump for them?

    5. Anonymous3:19 PM

      Trump wants this badly enough that he is being coached according to his negatives, one of which is Sarah Palin.

      She and the family just happened to be in San Diego last month which is why they showed up to show support for Trump; no way did he pay for their trip they had business down there for her "Judge" show.

      He knows that she is toxic and lost the race for McCain, everyone knows that. He'll have to keep her at bay if he really is serious about seeing this through and winning this thing.

      She is the one thing that would be the most negative in a campaign that a lot of people already somehow see as negative.

  2. Anonymous11:53 AM

    Repeating this>
    *Funded by the thread prior> dRumpf taxes show>"undisputed, according to Trump’s own accountant>
    "he committed fraud by using his accountant’s signature on returns that the accountant did not prepare."
    "The tradition of presidential candidates disclosing their tax returns has an august purpose: making sure that another criminal is not a heartbeat from the presidency or in the Oval Office. [Emphasis mine.]

    The disclosure tradition dates to when Spiro Agnew resigned as vice president in 1973 and then plead guilty to a tax crime. President Richard Nixon was an unindicted conspirator in a felony for which his tax lawyer Edward L. Morgan went to prison for creating a fraudulent $576,000 tax deduction on his behalf—one of the specifications in the impeachment proceedings that never came to a vote because Nixon resigned in August 1974."

    1. How does Trump get a pass on this? Where are real journalists when America needs them?

  3. Anonymous11:57 AM

    Elizabeth Warren Brings Democrats To Their Feet With A Complete Destruction Of Trump

    1. Anonymous1:17 PM

      Thank you for that link. I just listened to the whole speech (20 minutes) and suggest everyone find the time to do the same. That woman is fearless! She nails Trump!!!

    2. Anonymous1:04 AM

      I watched it; it is well worth the watch. Thank you.


  4. Anonymous11:58 AM

    Twidiots: Donald Trump And Sarah Palin Vie For Stupidest Tweet Of The Day

    In the midst of a campaign season that has seen some startlingly ignorant remarks by the most fact-challenged assembly of Republican candidates and pundits, two of the party’s most laughable dolts are challenging each other for pinhead primacy. The face-off between Donald Trump and Sarah Palin may prove to be an epic contest by the legends of loony.

  5. Anonymous12:00 PM

    How much would it cost to get Donald Trump to give up his presidential run and walk away?

    “I bet if someone offered him $150 million to drop out, he would," one former Trump adviser told POLITICO, unprompted, during an interview Friday.

    1. Anonymous12:41 PM

      A great idea, and the Kochs could make it happen with the stroke of a pen, if it did not gall them too much to do it.

      But I think Trump's financial problems are way bigger than $150M, and the check would have to be a lot bigger. Maybe if the Kochs teamed up with some of their pals? But how to overcome the really upsetting thought that they are giving all that money so The Donald can save face and get away with it? Maybe a secret deal that The Donald would retire to a remote part of the world and shut up forever? Not sure the Trumpster is capable of that.

    2. Anonymous1:21 PM

      Something that doesn't seem to get much attention is that the first day of the Repugnant convention is the day set for the court to hand down rulings in Chump's case, re: Chump U. Most are just defense motions, but the biggie is whether or not to allow RICO charges to move forward. By the middle of the convention, Chump could well be under indictment for operating a criminal enterprise (other than his campaign for POTUS). That just seems too easy a way to let the Repugs off the hook - I'd rather see him survive the convention with the nomination before he's indicted, ensuring the Repugs get the full fu##in' mess they've worked so hard for so long to create for themselves.

  6. Anonymous12:00 PM

    Trump hits a Mormon wall

    Donald Trump will head to Nevada on Saturday, but some of the most committed local Republicans won’t be rolling out the welcome mat for his Las Vegas rally.

    Nevada Mormons, a relatively small but influential bloc within the state party, are struggling to get comfortable with the GOP nominee. And in contrast to previous years — especially 2012, when fellow Mormon Mitt Romney led the Republican ticket — many leaders in the Latter-day Saints community have no interest in activating their extensive networks and grassroots infrastructure on his behalf.

    The result: Trump is facing an organizational disadvantage compared to previous GOP candidates, as well as an enthusiasm gap with an important GOP constituency in a key swing state.

    1. Anonymous3:22 PM

      You added an extra "m", they're actually referred to as "Morons" and no one in their right mind cares one whit about what they think about anything.

      All religions are based on stupidity and suspension of rational thinking, but damn, have you ever taken a moment to read what these idiots bought into? They have to be some of the dumbest people on this planet.


  7. Anonymous12:00 PM

    Charlie has his way with words and it is funny and RIGHT ON!
    dRumpf "never invited">PERFECT!

  8. Anonymous12:04 PM

    Trump Is a Man on an Island -- and He's Sinking

  9. Anonymous12:05 PM

    The enthusiasm gap is back – but this time, it favors the Democrats.

  10. Anonymous12:08 PM

    The Mad World of Donald Trump Full Documentary

    1. Anonymous3:28 PM

      OMG! That is one of the scariest things I have ever watched in the context of this guy wants to run the country. Holy hell.

  11. Anonymous12:11 PM

    TRUE FACE of Donald Trump - a must watch documentary

  12. Hedgewytch12:15 PM

    Well isn't that Trump to a T? Tell you something is wonderful, special, and you should be so proud that The Trump is paying attention to you and gave you such a wonderful, generous, amazing gift - that is completely NOT what it is represented to be! "A complete bag of dogshit" EXACTLY!

  13. Anonymous12:17 PM

    Full Speech: Elizabeth Warren DESTROYS Donald Trump at NH Democratic Convention (6-18-16)

    1. Anonymous3:29 PM

      Damn, E was FIRED UP! And she got the audience right there with her. She is a FORCE to be reckoned with. No punches pulled for this lady!

  14. Anonymous12:19 PM

    Trump is giving broad hints that he should be making money from the media who allegedly had substantial bumps (and profits) from him. He also commented on the current problems between China and Apple and said Apple should pay him because now that he's brought it up publicly, China will probably back down (probably more delusional thinking like his opinion that NATO is listening to him too). He is delusional on a scale not seen since the 1930's imho.

  15. Anonymous12:19 PM

    I have thought from the beginning that Trump's motive to enter the race was totally to increase the worth of his brand, which was about to fail. His fortune is way less than stated but he must maintain the illusion to keep the bankruptcies, lawsuits, and plain insolvency from causing his highly leveraged empire from imploding.

    What we have learned since he started -- apart from how gullible many angry and know-nothing-and-proud-of-it Americans are -- is that he lies, thinks a deal is a way to cheat others to enrich himself, and is very poorly educated.

    As the Sheen clip shows: Trump must have thought Sheen would not realize they were fake; if he realized, he did not think Sheen would tell. But he did.

  16. Anonymous12:28 PM

    Jesse, I think you are wise to hold back your major revelation(s) on the Levi/Palin front until we learn whether there will be a Palin presence in any part of the Trump effort. If yes, that would be the time to give it your most interesting shot: in that way, you and Levi would be helping in the effort to reveal Trump as the fraud he is by revealing to the MSM the full depths of fraud of the Palin type.

    By the way, it was never clear to me what the exact issues were that led Palin to resign Gov in a hurry. Hope you add clarity to that episode also.

    1. Anonymous1:05 PM

      I think the latter to be the more important, 12:28 PM

      Remember - Sarah did the resignation in a hurry and called for the press to be there.

      Even Todd didn't have a clue as to what was going on and had to rush back quickly from his fishing grounds.

      People should watch the video of Palin giving her resignation speech! She's truly something to behold! Stressed to the max - deep breathing, etc.!

      There have been so many rumors that circulated throughout Alaska as to why she quit!

      One thing is for sure - other Republicans in Alaska know the facts as to her quick exit from the capitol City of Juneau! (she's never returned there since leaving!).

      I pick Parnell as to being the most knowledgeable Republican to disclose the facts! After all, he did follow her as gov - and, did a horrible job!

    2. Anonymous 12:28 PM wrote: By the way, it was never clear to me what the exact issues were that led Palin to resign Gov in a hurry.

      Ethics charges, which she correctly expected would be dropped if/when she resigned.

    3. Anonymous3:24 PM

      That was her "story," Ted, I believe it went deeper than that!

    4. Anonymous6:51 PM

      If "other Repubs in Alaska know the facts," why can't someone make a leak happen? Or just come out with it? Because we old-timers here on this blog are so familiar with the welter of details, it would be so interesting to know the specifics -- to know how, in the end -- actual politics works.

    5. Anonymous10:51 PM

      Palin received many lucrative offers which she could take advantage by resigning. From her actions she quit to be on tv. The Fox contract paid a million for brief segments from her home. She stayed politically relevant although only capable of commentary.

      IMO she may have quit to make millions and her family cash in too.

  17. Anonymous12:29 PM

    Charlie winner!

    With Trump as presumptive nominee, unlikely savior emerges to help GOP: George W. Bush

    1. Anonymous12:45 PM

      George W Bush will show himself even further an idiot for supporting the Donald. He's making a huge mistake - AGAIN!

  18. Anonymous12:37 PM

    I now start my day with this and it never fails to put a smile on my face.

    1. Anonymous3:30 PM

      Oh yeah! I just now bookmarked that one. How satisfying to watch...over and over and over and over and over and over and over, again.

  19. Anonymous12:39 PM

    Mateen was little different from Dylann Roof, who began associating with white supremacists only shortly before he attacked an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, exactly a year ago Friday, killing nine.
    “It’s the same exact phenomenon,” says John Cohen, who now teaches at the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice.
    "it occurs “between the ears of the individual,”

    From 1990 to 2014—excluding the mass victims from 9/11 and the Oklahoma City bombing—62 people were killed in 38 ideologically motivated incidents committed by extremists associated with Islamist terrorists while four times that many, 245, were killed by far-right extremists in 177 ideologically motivated incidents. There have been, in other words, a lot more Dylann Roofs than Omar Mateens.

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  20. Anonymous12:40 PM

    O/T but so very important:

    It’s Time to Get Serious About Climate Change. Seriously.

    Our dysfunctional political system is now a threat to the existence of all mankind.

    1. Anonymous3:31 PM

      Very sobering article. It's stunning that so many right wingers are in denial about all this. The way that he connected the dots inn that article was truly eye-opening.

    2. Anonymous8:00 PM

      Right wingers are fed a steady diet of big energy propaganda. They have a completely distorted idea of what is going on(conspiracies are big with these non critical "thinkers"). They only trust RW "news sources" that offer up an idea of a reality that doesn't exist.

  21. Anonymous12:49 PM

    I'm glad to see DT falling in the polls, but hte polls don't predict the election. What matters is the polls in each state. He only needs enough electoral votes, not a majority of the popular vote.


    1. Anonymous2:56 PM

      Right, but he doesn't have electoral votes either. Apart from Texas, he plays (relatively) well in states with small populations.

    2. Anonymous3:47 PM

      I agree the electoral map makes it easier for Dems. I listened to someone on MSNBC tonight who outlined how is was possible (not necessarily probably) he could get the electoral votes. I agree it's not likely, but I'd love to see polls the confirmed my hopes.

  22. Anonymous12:50 PM

    "The circus will leave town before it contaminates the Oval Office."
    In my heart of hearts, this is my hope. Yes, the media have given him a lot of free advertising for titillation and revenue purposes, but I can't imagine them staying with him until the end.

    His advisers have told him to calm down, but he's not going to listen to them anymore than $arah does. If he chooses her as his veep, expect a big smack down. The media cannot stand her, with good reason, and they'll attack hard.

  23. Anonymous12:56 PM

    Man, I hope Charlie's Trump story really gets out there.

    It's also good to see Charlie looking good and sounding together. I hadn't heard anything on his health in a while and had last heard that he was not going to take HIV meds, but it looks like he's doing better emotionally and also physically and he's not as thin and tired as he was looking before.

    1. Anonymous2:54 PM

      He was funny and articulate and sharp as heck. Who knew.

    2. Anonymous3:28 PM

      Charlie is a cool dude. Sure he likes to meth and booze to extreme, he's HIV positive and he likes to bang hookers and porn actresses and then beat some of those bitches afterwards, leading lots of them, even though they are less than upstanding citizens themselves, to get restraining orders against him. Who knew hookers and whores didn't like to be punched...

      He is always trying to weasel his way out of child support for his kids with 1st and 2nd wives, and did I mention that he beats his porn star girlfriends after he fucks them silly?

      Great guy, he's funny!

  24. Anonymous12:57 PM

    The People's Summit - Day 2 - 6.18.2016

    The People's Summit 2016 -Friday - Day 1

  25. Anonymous12:59 PM

    The GOP Should ‘Start Worrying’ About Losing The House

  26. Anonymous1:01 PM

    Palin ain't on it.

    Sucks to be you Sarah.

  27. Anonymous1:06 PM

    Last night on The Late Show, comedian Michael Ian Black showed off the new children’s book he’s written called A Child’s First Book of Trump.

    He explained to Stephen Colbert that this is his way of teaching kids what to do if they end up in the presence of a wild Trump.

    Donald Trump has taken a hit in national polls, with several this month showing him trailing Hillary Clinton, but the presumptive Republican presidential nominee says it isn't a big deal.

    "I’m four down in one poll, three and a half in another that just came out, and I haven’t started yet," he told the New York Times Thursday night.

    "And I have tremendous Republican support," he added. "Unfortunately they never talk about that, they talk about the few rebels."

    In a handful of polls released in June, Clinton has maintained a lead over Trump, despite his dominance during the Republican primary.

    1. Anonymous1:13 PM

      The beasty is called an American Trump.
      Its skin is bright orange, its figure is plump.
      Its fur so complex you might get enveloped.
      Its hands though are, sadly, underdeveloped.

      The Trump is a curious creature, very often spotted in the wild, but confounding to our youngest citizens. A business mogul, reality TV host, and now…political candidate? Kids (and let’s be honest many adults) might have difficulty discerning just what this thing that’s been dominating news coverage this election cycle is. Could he actually be real? Are those…words coming out of his mouth? Why are his hands so tiny? And perhaps most importantly, what on earth do you do when you encounter an American Trump?

      With his signature wit and a classic picture book style, comedian Michael Ian Black introduces those unfamiliar with the Americus Trumpus to his distinguishing features and his mystifying campaign for world domination…sorry…President of the United States.

  28. Anonymous1:06 PM

    And today Trump's campaign sent out an "emergency" email to raise $100,000 by midnight. Raising that kind of money should be so easy, but it's not.

    1. Anonymous1:28 PM

      Interesting isn't it? He said he was self-funded; what's the matter, Donnie?

      Reminds me of the last SarahPAC thing in March. "We need $10K by midnight tomorrow!" Notice no one mentions SarahPAC anymore, even at c4p? AND I'll bet no one ever received the signed hockey stick from past money grabs. The FEC filing next month will be interesting!

  29. Anonymous1:12 PM

    I'll bet if Trump picks Parah Sailin as his running mate all these Alaskans who pretend to hate her will be tripping ober themselves to vote for her, including Johnstons and Griffins.

    1. Anonymous1:41 PM

      I really doubt that.

    2. Anonymous2:14 PM

      LOL they didn't vote for her the first time why would they vote for her this time?

      There's this thing called Google and you can use it to find out what happened in Alaska when Mrs Palin was nominated for high national office. It might prevent you from making stupid statements in the future.

    3. Anonymous2:23 PM

      What color are the unicorns in your world?

    4. Anonymous2:42 PM

      Is that you, Dakota? Did you finally dismount the Wasilla Town Bicycle to promote your new skank-in-law? Are you proud of your new adopted baby, Sailor Junker? How is that criminal half brother-in-law with the domestic violence charges?

    5. Anonymous2:50 PM

      How do you know Griffin didn't vote for Palin? When Trig's birth was announced, he wrote a smug post titled What Did Your Governor Do Today in which he bragged about Palin.

    6. Well 2:50 if you found that old post I am surprised you have not found the multiple posts in which I said I voted for Tony Knowles and NOT Sarah Palin.

      As for other Alaskans voting for Sarah if she became Trump's VP, well I have no doubt that the state will vote for the Republican candidate because it always does, but if anything could keep that from happening this time around it would be due to having Sarah Palin sharing the ticket.

  30. Anonymous1:25 PM

    For anyone who has ever wondered what it would have looked like had Sarah Palin run for president in 2012, we're witnessing it now in Donald Trump, who is just Sarah Palin with more ridiculous hair, a screech two octaves lower, about the same level of intelligence, and slightly bigger tits.

    1. Anonymous2:01 PM

      I often suspect that Trump has been taking advice from Palin- some of the more amateurish things he has done are straight from her very odd playbook.

      Sarah even cleaned up her creepy eldest daughter's murky sex life this time, so she must want the veep gig very badly.

    2. Anonymous4:36 PM

      I seriously doubt Trump is asking Sarah for advice.

      His ego is tooooo huuggee and he would never take advice from a woman.

  31. Anonymous1:25 PM

    Hey Look - A Whole Other Trump Disaster

    According to this new story out from AP, the Trump campaign estimates that it currently has a nationwide field staff of 30 people. 30. This in a country with 50 states.

    1. Anonymous1:39 PM

      His whole campaign is smoke and mirrors. He lacks the cash by a billion to self fund and is completely oblivious to what it is to be POTUS. Voting for Trump is akin to voting for a freeway off ramp panhandler wearing a Chinese knockoff suit.

    2. Anonymous7:31 PM

      His primary campaign strategy involved saying outrageous things and totally dominating the news cycle, day in and day out. In a 16-horse race, it worked.
      In a 2-horse general election, not so much. Welcome to the real world, little Donny.

  32. Anonymous1:36 PM

    This Is Why Bernie Isn’t Endorsing Hillary Clinton Yet

    1. Anonymous1:51 PM

      Who gives a shit? Nice try, though.

    2. Caroll Thompson2:23 PM

      Bernie is being left behind. Already no one is talking about him.

      We don't need a revolution anyway. We need Democrats to show up to vote in every election.

    3. Anonymous2:33 PM

      1:36 PM You are too silly to laugh at. Your juvenile attacks on Hillary are as stupid as your trolling.

    4. Anonymous3:34 PM

      I don't endorse Hillary either, so what? Bernie can be an independent thinker just like a lot of us are.

      My parents and most of my extended family are Trump supporters. They want a person in office that will protect what they worked hard for and not give it away to a bunch of shiftless welfare food stamp types that have "work allergies", and believe me, here in AK there are so many people on the public dole that it makes one ill. At least welfare/ebt are capped at 5 years now, perhaps Trump would cap them at 1 year though and put our tax dollars towards more important things.

      I haven't decided yet but have usually voted for the Libertarian.

      It is nice to live in a country where we have choices!

    5. Anonymous4:33 PM

      @3:34 PM

      Your family is voting for Trump because they hate the welfare folk?

      Well what about Trump, he is supposedly a billionaire, but pays NO TAXES. Talk about welfare.

    6. Caroll Thompson4:44 PM

      3:34, it is quite obvious that you have never stared poverty in the face. I wish that for you now so you can know what it like to walk in shoes of the poor.

    7. Anonymous5:29 PM

      3:34 - it's obvious that neither you nor your family have ever even voted.

    8. Anonymous6:12 PM

      Wow Caroll, that's really mean, but from what I've read from you here it's to be expected.

      You see Caroll, when my parents had children, they planned our conceptions and arrivals, they prepared financially for having a family, by investing their money and saving when possible.

      They invested money to pay for our college experience and put aside money to help us in our adult lives, should we require it.

      Those "poverty" stricken folks that you speak of tend not to plan their lives but just let life happen to them, thus, they're never very well prepared to take care of themselves.

      But thanks for the sentiment Caroll, rest assured, it ain't gonna happen, my parents made sure of that, as all parents should do.

    9. Anonymous7:28 PM

      Wow 612, that's really callous, but from what I've seen of Trump supporters it's to be expected.
      You see, 612, you've enjoyed advantages your entire life that other people just don't have. You've also clearly never been hit with the kind of downsizing pressures that have pushed so many out of the middle class in recent decades. Ain't ever going to happen to you, 612? Okay, then, bully for you. I'd ask what you have to say to the millions of kids who don't grow up with the kind of advantages that you had, or to the millions of adults who did all the right things and still got slammed by global forces, but if I asked a question you might actually answer, and I've heard enough from you for one lifetime.
      But thanks for the sentiment, 612.

    10. Anonymous7:49 PM

      @3:34 pm
      Please send back the money that tax payers from across the country pay for the services you are provided or stay off all the roads we built since your state is the biggest welfare queen.

    11. Anonymous10:23 PM

      Hey 3:34 pm Are the Palins welfare recipients? They don't work, they are behind in their property taxes, and they have received FREE NATIVE HEALTHCARE for many years.

  33. Anonymous1:37 PM

    Republicans Are Finally Turning On Trump

  34. Anonymous1:38 PM

    This assclown is a bigger fraud than Palin.

    1. Cracklin Charlie7:08 AM

      Sarah Palin in a suit!

  35. Anonymous1:49 PM

    Epic downfall: Trump is slowly losing the GOP, but the GOP has already lost the country

    There is no easy way for Republicans to circumnavigate the Trump problem. You have a pathological racist leading the ticket, a man with no fidelity to anyone but himself.

  36. Anonymous2:00 PM

    Obama at Yosemite attacks 'lip service' to natural beauty amid climate inaction

  37. Anonymous2:07 PM

    You could tell what was really eating at Trump was less concerns about a full venue than the Republican insurgency he is now facing as Republicans increasingly realize how much trouble they are in with Trump at the helm.

    Watch the rally via Right Side Broadcasting (Trump enters at 57 minute mark):

  38. Anonymous2:44 PM


  39. Anonymous2:49 PM

    That Charlie Sheen video is the best thing I've seen all day. That's gotta burn!


  40. Anonymous3:50 PM

    Mental rump is on the stump and echoing the same old ugly nonsense. What a complete idiot. embarrassment deluxe.

  41. Anonymous3:51 PM

    tiny fingers is screeching again.

  42. Anonymous4:28 PM

    The uninformed, racist, and just plain stupid are now easier to identify. They are also known as Trump voters. They are easy marks for the charlatan.

  43. Anita Winecooler4:46 PM

    He had to reach this point, now he's pulling punches with the RNC saying he'll do it on his own without them if "They don't treat me fairly". The climb up was kind of funny, can't wait to see small hands sink like the titanic.

  44. Anonymous9:55 PM

    Trump now claims his low polls are a hoax by the media. Some of this shit trump truelly pulls out of his ass!

    1. Cracklin Charlie7:07 AM


      I think pretty much everything Cheeto Jesus says comes straight outta his ass!

  45. Anonymous9:58 PM

    Marc Cuban claims Trumps only worth $165 million. Good luck running on that,Dumpster. He's just a bullshitter.


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