The Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions." --American Statesman Daniel Webster (1782-1852)

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Trust more then Hillary

  The pic was compliments of Irish, on 2 different days...The rant was something I used on a couple of post on Facebook when I got tired of the self important opinions of people that were dog piling on Trump and giving Cankles a pass.  Perhaps I got unfriended but at this stage I don't care.

So, Trump used some "locker room language" 11 years ago, in a private, all male group, when he was a private citizen.  Putting it into perspective, it's not like he compromised national security by using an illegal private server while in public office; left 4 men to die in Benghazi; perjured himself before congress; sold arms to ISIS; ran a pay-for-play scheme while in public office; trashed and harassed his spouse's rape victims; defrauded the earthquake victims in Haiti; stole property from the White House; was involved in Chinagate, Filegate, Travelgate, and White Water; was involved in illegal election fundraising; was involved in insider trading of cattle futures; hid and lied about his health while running for POTUS; is associated with the Muslim Brotherhood; and has left a trail of dead bodies behind him.  I ain't a fan of Trump but I even less of a fan of Hillary.


  1. Many of those DC Republicans took no issue with Sen. Ted Kennedy's sexual exploitation of women. In the words of Republican establishment stalwart John McCain, Teddy Kennedy was someone who could always be trusted. It was disconcerting to watch how many Republicans tried to force Trump out of the race over the weekend... And how those who did seemed to crawl back into the shadows after Trump's solid debate performance.

  2. But Benghazi was 'so' over, so 'last year'... Now a 20 year old set of comments is disqualifying??? MSM is definitely in the tank!


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