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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Hillary's stalking horse?

If so, Donald Trump is doing a very, very poor job of it:
The Fox News-sponsored controversy over Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server will become another anti-Clinton national tragedy if Donald Trump wins, the Republican front-runner told Fox News’ Sean Hannity at a town hall Monday night.

Hannity asked if Trump would order his attorney general to investigate Clinton if he wins the White House in November, and Trump said he would “have no choice,” because “in fairness, you have to look into that — she seems guilty.”

He momentarily tried to walk his comment back, saying, “but you know what, I wouldn’t even say that,” before saying what he just said he wouldn’t say again. “But certainly, it has to be looked at,” he said. Trump later added that “she’s being protected, but if I win, certainly it’s something we’re going to look at.”
Wheels within wheels, my friends. Wheels within wheels.This post also serves as an open thread to discuss the Nevada Republican caucus and its results.
In a state where only 33,000 of the state's 400,000 GOP voters turned out to caucus in 2012—a mere 7%—the campaigns of Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and one-time candidate Jeb Bush got organized early, snapping up talented operatives and key endorsements, while beginning caucus trainings last fall in the hopes that a strong organization could overcome Trump's momentum.

But Trump appears to have steamrolled through all of that, dominating not just Nevada's unreliable polls, but capturing the excitement and buzz in the race with his visits here. In interviews with dozens of Republican voters across the state over the last week, many said without hesitation that they were standing firmly with Trump and had given little thought to the other Republican candidates.
It's going to be interesting to hear the convoluted explanations of how winning three states in a row is the certain death knell of the Trump campaign.

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Blogger Eric Wilson February 23, 2016 6:10 PM  

I actually was watching when he said that. The clarification seemed to me that he didn't want to presume guilt, not that he was walking back that he would prosecute.

It was another killer move by him of course. He is truly unstumpable.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother February 23, 2016 6:13 PM  

Push pull

Blogger Timmy3 February 23, 2016 6:18 PM  

Maybe he's trying to push the current administration to pull the trigger so he doesn't have to. Or make it so the public won't vote for her so it is a political decision. If Trump becomes the President, prosecuting her is a fait accompli.

Anonymous Steve Brown VFM# 0273 February 23, 2016 6:22 PM  

And after Trump's statement, Hannity said that he thought Obama would pardon Hillary.

Blogger Salt February 23, 2016 6:23 PM  

I wasn't aware Trump plays the violin.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan February 23, 2016 6:24 PM  

D voters would vote for Charles Manson if they were told to vote for him. So I don't hold with the usual failed scandal strategy that the right has served up for decades of fail, fail and more fail.

The D party's weak spot is the misfits who pull the lever for the Ds expecting a sugar treat to be dispensed. They are generally as weak in the head as crying chick Bern supporter.

Blogger Noah B February 23, 2016 6:26 PM  

Soon, cucks.

Anonymous joke10 February 23, 2016 6:29 PM  

She's guilty, and it's obvious. Although I think it will be the FBI, not trump that prosecutes her

Anonymous Godless Infidel February 23, 2016 6:32 PM  

"Wheels within Wheels" always brings to mind F. Paul Wilson. Great stuff.

Blogger Thucydides February 23, 2016 6:39 PM  

Hillary serving two terms in a Federal supermax would be the right solution, she gets some of what she wants (two terms in a government accommodation) and also some of what she deserves.

Blogger Noah B February 23, 2016 6:46 PM  

Hillary has been building a defense based on technological incompetence and mental impairment for years. Handy because they're both true.

Blogger Bard February 23, 2016 6:51 PM  

Alpha, check
No apologies, check
Tells it like it is, check
Does not back down, check

Rubio's face screams homo and Cruz is an emotionless tool

Anonymous VFM #6306 February 23, 2016 6:55 PM  

Only could the media portray an exact repeat of a statement as a "walkback."

Blogger Doom February 23, 2016 6:59 PM  

Yeah, I keep laughing. What is better, when you know a real human who hates Trump, and you laugh at their notions that Rubio, Bush, or Kasich will be the nominee. I've been laughing at one guy for months. He's my favorite joke!

One called him Hitler. I just told him that if Trump was the next Hitler, I would know it because he would be supporting him like he is supporting Sanders. Laughed some more. You know, I'm starting to think he doesn't like me anymore. *grins* Good to be a king among even men, if that doesn't quite mean how it might sound. The only true king is only his own, and his woman's and family's.

Blogger Jon M February 23, 2016 7:01 PM  

"Surely Trump's campaign has peaked too early. His support is going to start dropping...now.

Uh, okay, here we go, it's going to start dropping....now!

Dang it! This usually works! It's going to fall off.......now?

Wait, wait, this time for sure. Here we go - Trump support dropping....."

Oh man, November 9 can't come soon enough. The sea levels really are going to rise dramatically - not from global warming, but from all the tears shed by the Drama Club.

Anonymous The OASF February 23, 2016 7:05 PM  

Another rhetoric meme attempt floated my way...

Marco Rubio = Rubot?

Probably doesn't work but sure is damn funny as I see he was at it again on Fox News... has to make you wonder if somebody is making a practical joke out of sabotaging his teleprompters.

Blogger tz February 23, 2016 7:09 PM  

NV Cuckservatives passed a mass tax increase - Even Glenn Beck said Trump will win huge because of the anger.

Meanwhile a subtle WMD has just exploded with Trump's Hillary policy. One of the most hated parts of the cronyism is elites never go to prison no matter what they do - dem or repub. Trump just signaled the rule of law is back, and we'ff see what Cruz and Rubio say.

Blogger Krul February 23, 2016 7:17 PM  

The OASF wrote:... has to make you wonder if somebody is making a practical joke out of sabotaging his teleprompters.



I'm Marco Rubio?

Anonymous BGKB February 23, 2016 7:21 PM  

Hey Trump Hillary took $40million from nations that execute gays while secretary if you want to come up with a number to fine her for

If you thought Hookers for HilLIARy was bad she forced students to attend an event with Bill
http://eagnews.org/school-investigates-three-employees-for-busing-students-to-clinton-campaign/

China No Fear Obamapussy http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3455911/China-fire-shots-ram-U-S-warships-teach-lesson-disputed-South-China-Sea-islands.html

Anonymous Passinthough February 23, 2016 7:29 PM  

Off to the caucus. Will report later.

Blogger YIH February 23, 2016 7:30 PM  

Bard:
Rubio's face screams homo
If you listen close, I swear you can hear a bit of lisp in his voice.
And the RU-BO 2016 software is still in early beta.

Blogger LES February 23, 2016 8:44 PM  

Can you trust Yahoo news?
Trump going to court?

Blogger shackleford44 February 23, 2016 9:12 PM  

Hillary is untouchable.
Remember those 700 FBI files ?
Look at the weak field of Presidential/senatorial candidates she has faced since then.
Hell, look at their behaviour since.(Bill visiting orgy island,etc, Clinton Foundation racking up 100's of million$, Muslim Brotherhood connections, etc. )
I'll bet there were as many democrats as republicans in those files.

Blogger Noah B February 23, 2016 9:19 PM  

Does this mean the NRO foam party is canceled? Asking for a friend.

Anonymous Steve Brown VFM# 0273 February 23, 2016 9:36 PM  

@17 "Meanwhile a subtle WMD has just exploded with Trump's Hillary policy. One of the most hated parts of the cronyism is elites never go to prison no matter what they do - dem or repub. Trump just signaled the rule of law is back, and we'ff see what Cruz and Rubio say."

Bravo! Once again Trump controlling the debate.

Blogger Unknown February 23, 2016 9:38 PM  

No. Hillary' s talking horse:

https://youtu.be/VcOqb356fQo

Blogger Rantor February 23, 2016 9:42 PM  

That idiot commentator with the white board, Rove, was declaring peak Trump last night. Whatever.

Mark Levin likes Cruz, thinks Trump is too mean and rude. Does he listen to his own show?

I hope Trump is close to 50% in Nevada. Maybe Rove's head will explode. I get to vote on 1 March. Learned that there are about a dozen on the ballot and you can vote for those who dropped out if you have the feelz for them.

Anonymous Steve Brown VFM# 0273 February 23, 2016 9:44 PM  

@23 But, but, I thought it was Obama who had Harry Reid beat up. Now you are telling me it was Hillary! Wow, what a thought.

Anonymous Ronnie February 23, 2016 9:47 PM  

It will be nice when bozo the clown is finally out of the White House. Hillary will make his eight years look like amateur hour though if she wins.

Anonymous Bill Martin February 23, 2016 9:59 PM  

Bard:
Rubio's face screams homo

One of the supermarket tabloids last week had a cover story about "The candidates, what they're hiding".

Trump's "secret" was that he was even more popular than he claims! Wow, what a campaign killer that is!

Rubio's "secret" was more interesting. The tabloid claimed that Rubio liked to cruise gay bars in Miami. MSM, of course, totally silent on this subject, and the tabloids often just make things up, but if there is even a grain of truth in the claim, the Dems are sure to exploit it if Rubio is the nominee (even if only as a whispering campaign, because, after all, we can't badmouth gays, now can we?).

Anonymous BGKB February 23, 2016 10:07 PM  

Sweet Sweet tears http://www.youngcons.com/bernie-sanders-supporter-cries-uncontrollably-because-trump-voters-were-mean-to-her/
She called people in the south to pimp for Bernie. Calls them less IQ than a brick wall, but they are mean for saying illegal.

Blogger Derek Kite February 23, 2016 10:22 PM  

I swear to God that if any of these brilliant strategists I've heard over the years showed up at my doorstep I would have to leave before I picked up a stick to chase them with. They are the most vile human beings I have ever run into.

So is it surprising that a bunch of them showing up in a state decreases the candidate's poll numbers?

I thought that Walker could have turned his fortunes around by throwing his campaign manager out a window, then apologizing for losing it when the consultant went on and on about acting presidential. One can dream.

Blogger Charlie Martel 7359 February 23, 2016 10:34 PM  

The false flags tonight (black KKK for Trump?) have been amateur and hilarious. This is anti-GG teir shenanigans.

Blogger ScottD February 23, 2016 10:39 PM  

@30 - The Washington Post ran a story a few weeks back about Rubio being arrested as a teen for drinking in a public park after hours. What they didn't report, but is public knowledge, is that the park was a gay cruising ground, and the guy Rubio was arrested with later went on to start a gay porn company. Do some Googling. Mickey Kaus hinted at the same thing today with a tweet about Rubio and foam parties. Rubio would be slaughtered in the general election.

Blogger Charlie Martel 7359 February 23, 2016 10:46 PM  

@30 Anything about the drug lord brother in law or Big Cat Sanctuary?

Blogger bob k. mando February 23, 2016 10:47 PM  

34. ScottD February 23, 2016 10:39 PM
What they didn't report, but is public knowledge, is that the park was a gay cruising ground, and the guy Rubio was arrested with later went on to start a gay porn company.



in other words, Rubio is a member of the Hastert pedophile faggot wing of the GOP.

and you all think that when i say things like this that i'm joking.

Blogger Charlie Martel 7359 February 23, 2016 10:47 PM  

@34 The gay stuff is minor. Feeding bodies to tigers and connected to cocaine (like Clinton and Bush)...

Blogger Charlie Martel 7359 February 23, 2016 10:48 PM  

@36 Did Hastert get Flynt? I heard it was Trent Lott. But yeah, same deal here with Baird and Fantino.

Anonymous Ronnie February 23, 2016 10:59 PM  

Rubio definitely gives off that sodomite vibe. Most politicians are sexual deviants in some capacity. Sociopathic behavior is a given when analyzing a politician.

Blogger Charlie Martel 7359 February 23, 2016 11:45 PM  

OT but this is textbook motte and bailey argument on culmarx:

http://archive.is/gJ0TG

http://archive.is/Sf5qN

Anonymous Roundtine February 23, 2016 11:46 PM  

Rush finally understands the Democrats must be defeated, that whoever wins will be mercilessly attacked non-stop, that the bureaucracy is as large a problem as anything, that the country always moves to the left and conservatives have won nothing. Rush Blows the Lights Out

Anonymous Jack Amok February 24, 2016 12:04 AM  

Remember those 700 FBI files ?

I don't think the files are of all that much use without the cooperation of the current FBI. The most dangerous thing they could be used for is convincing/coercing the FBI into prosecuting something, but if the FBI doesn't want to play ball (and they seem rather anti-Clinton at the moment), then all you're left with is public disclosure.

But if the AG started playing hardball with Hillary, and Hillary produced something she claimed was an FBI file (or if her campaign leaked something it claimed to be an FBI file to CNN) that implicated the AG in crimes or sordid details...

...would anyone who matters believe it?

And how much legal exposure would it leave Clinton?

It's a big gamble to use those files. They might very well be simply ignored as possible forgeries, and they could be used to prosecute the person illegally possessing them.

OpenID sigbouncer February 24, 2016 12:09 AM  

Fox news has declared Trump the winner of the Nevada Caucus. Trump is currently running 43% of the vote.

Anonymous Jack Amok February 24, 2016 12:11 AM  

Hillary has been building a defense based on technological incompetence and mental impairment for years.

Makes you wonder who has a better case for "Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity" - Hillary for marrying Bill, or Bill for marrying Hillary.

Or the rest of the country for putting up with both of them.

Anonymous Soga February 24, 2016 12:14 AM  

sigbouncer wrote:Fox news has declared Trump the winner of the Nevada Caucus. Trump is currently running 43% of the vote.

I seem to recall trolls recently saying that Trump couldn't beat 30%.

Glad to see we've skipped the next goalpost position, 40%.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother February 24, 2016 12:23 AM  

AHAHAHAHA

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother February 24, 2016 12:25 AM  

Is it possible to mouth a gay badly?

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother February 24, 2016 12:26 AM  

Is it possible to mouth a gay badly?

Blogger Nick S February 24, 2016 12:28 AM  

Karl Rove looks like he is about to cry.

OpenID sigbouncer February 24, 2016 12:32 AM  

"I seem to recall trolls recently saying that Trump couldn't beat 30%.

Glad to see we've skipped the next goalpost position, 40%."

Their next move will be to tell us he's disqualified because he has a 3rd testicle.

OpenID sigbouncer February 24, 2016 12:34 AM  

"Is it possible to mouth a gay badly?"

Something about that sounds so wrong.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother February 24, 2016 12:39 AM  

AHAHAHAHA

Blogger BunE22 February 24, 2016 12:51 AM  

CNN panelist on the results of the entrance poll:

"Trump won across every category. There's almost no demographic; racial, age, income, college degree, all the categories we've been talking about all campaign, Donald Trump has won every single one.

He's won in NH, which has a electorate with a lot of independents, he's won in SC which has a sort of nicely divided electorate of the republican vote, and he's won in NV, which has a huge Mormon population and a huge number of very, self-described, very conservative secular voters.

He's winning everything."

They're in shock. Now it's all about tapping into the anger and getting even for Obama, the mistake was the other candidates not going after Trump while hoping the voters realized all the things wrong about him, blah blah, rubbish.

Blogger Beefy Levinson February 24, 2016 12:58 AM  

At this point, if I were John Kasich or Ben Carson, I'd begin vigorously arguing that it's the two Cubans who need to drop out.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash February 24, 2016 1:01 AM  

Nick S wrote:Karl Rove looks like he is about to cry.
For the first time in 30 years, I wish I had a television.

Blogger Robert What? February 24, 2016 1:14 AM  

Hillary's campaign is taking on an air of desperation because she knows that becoming President is the only way she stays out of jail.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 1:17 AM  

@50 sigbouncer

Their next move will be to tell us he's disqualified because he has a 3rd testicle.
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Reminds me of that old George Carlin thing about Hitler having only 1 ball.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 1:19 AM  

@56 Robert What?
Hillary's campaign is taking on an air of desperation because she knows that becoming President is the only way she stays out of jail.
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The better Trump does, the more pressure is on Hitlery.

The more pressure Hitlery is under, the more a chance Bernz gets found face down in a cornfield.

Even though he's a useless old Commie buzzard, I hope he has really good security.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 1:20 AM  

Cruz now yappin' about having won Iowa.
He seems to forget he lost the next 3.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother February 24, 2016 1:21 AM  

Yeah that's called Marketing, Were-baby!

Blogger praetorian February 24, 2016 1:23 AM  

I agree with Stg58/Animal Mother: AHAHAHAHA

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother February 24, 2016 1:28 AM  

How are a bunch of cat herding libertarians going to support Cruz, 2 minutes after he says he is going to rip up the Iranian deal, destroy ISIS, defend marriage, etc.?

Blogger praetorian February 24, 2016 1:36 AM  

Guys, he's only pulling 46.5% of the vote. Do you realize that if every single republican voting for anyone else decides to vote for the same one of the guys who isn't Donald Trump, he will, like, lose?

Think about that.

Basically, I'm saying that Nevada was really a Trump loss, if you think about it.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 1:43 AM  

Yes, that 46% support is very tenuous, and I would be very afraid of not getting the nomination if I was Trump.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 1:45 AM  

I have just the thing for those who were schlonged tonight.

Blogger praetorian February 24, 2016 1:54 AM  

46.9%

Nevada, I swear if you get Trump over 50% I take back everything I ever said.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash February 24, 2016 2:17 AM  

Anybody see the video of Trump taking over a Glen Beck caucus event?
It's hilarious.
Evidently in NV, you don't have to be a local to speak at a caucus, so Beck found this big one at a high school with several hundred voters and did his "Cruz is Jesus" spiel. Trump walks in, grabs the spotlight, shuts Beck down and takes over the event. It's awesome. Beck's glad he didn't bring his wife, cause Trump would have walked away with her too.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 2:26 AM  

25% in and the Fruit Ninja hasn't broken 1000 voters yet.
Some people just can't take a hint.

OpenID sigbouncer February 24, 2016 2:26 AM  

"Reminds me of that old George Carlin thing about Hitler having only 1 ball."

Not familiar with that one, or much Carlin at all. Sam Kinison (RIP) was more my speed as comedians go back in the day. Miss that guy.

Anonymous The Kulak February 24, 2016 2:30 AM  

OT, but...#Snowden text-game:

https://twitter.com/latifahaque/status/690670387101831168

Blogger SciVo February 24, 2016 2:33 AM  

This morning, I analyzed the contests up through Super Tuesday, just in terms of who will get state delegate majorities. My conclusion then: I expect Cruz to get a large delegate majority in Texas, while Trump gets majorities in Vermont, Georgia, Tennessee, and either Alabama or Massachusetts.

Since Trump already has one in South Carolina, that means he could have five by the 1st. There are ten other contests before the winner-take-all states start voting on the 15th, so I'm going to analyze them now out of curiosity to see if Trump could have eight by then. There hasn't been any polling of contests out past Super Tuesday, so this will just be rules analysis and guesswork.

[Bottom line: My best guess is that Trump will grab a sixth majority in Idaho, and none of the other states will produce any for anyone.]

I doubt that the Virgin Islands counts for the eight-state minimum; but anyway, it's winner-take-all, so that's simple. Guam isn't doing a preference poll, so that's even simpler.

Even if they count, Puerto Rico and D.C. probably won't make a difference. D.C. has a 15% threshold and Puerto Rico has a 20% one, but they're simple at-large proportional distributions. I could easily picture three candidates breaking both of those thresholds, so that no one gets a majority of the delegates. And they might not even count anyway.

Kansas and Maine won't make a difference because they're pretty simple proportional allocations with a 10% threshold, with minor variations. Ditto for Kentucky with a 5% threshold and Hawaii with no threshold. Even Michigan's 15% threshold probably won't keep there from being at least three qualifying candidates.

Weirdly, Mississippi's 20% threshold probably won't make things interesting. The delegates are apparently allocated according to the total statewide vote, with the remainder remaining unbound; so someone getting 40% of the vote would only get 16 of the 40 delegates, even if no one else qualified for any.

Louisiana is the only state with interesting rules in the 5th-12th block of contests. It's a hybrid distribution with some at-large and some by congressional district, with that fun rule that the 3 per CD go 2 to #1 and 1 to #2 in that CD. A candidate sweeping all six districts would then have 12 delegates right off the bat, needing only 11 more to get half of the 46. However, even though it has a 20% threshold for the at-large 28, it also uses the same weird rule as Mississippi, so this hypothetical winner would still have to get 40% of the statewide vote. Without polling to go by, I don't know Mississippi well enough to say whether someone could get that.

That just leaves Idaho, which has a purely statewide proportional allocation, but with a 20% floor. I have a feeling that everyone but Trump and maybe Cruz will struggle there, so I'm going to go ahead and call it a Trump/Cruz division with Trump getting his sixth majority. In fact, once it starts getting polled, watch for the possibility of Trump breaking the winner-takes-all 50% ceiling.

[Resources: Contest rules from The Green Papers, with supplementary rules and a calendar from Wikipedia; and with polling and a supplementary calendar from RealClearPolitics.]

Blogger SciVo February 24, 2016 2:54 AM  

Snidely Whiplash wrote:Anybody see the video of Trump taking over a Glen Beck caucus event?

It's hilarious.


Ha! Great reaction shot.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 2:59 AM  

Now at 35%, Tundra Ted has edged past Marco Rinubio by maybe 100 votes.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 3:00 AM  

And at 35%, Fruit Ninja still hasn't topped 1000 votes.

Blogger SciVo February 24, 2016 3:10 AM  

I had to look up which one was Fruit Ninja. We should make list somewhere of all the candidate nicknames; that's been one of the funniest things about this cycle.

Blogger lowercaseb February 24, 2016 3:11 AM  

A dark part of me sincerely wants Hillary to win, just to see the historic first instance of both a Husband and Wife being impeached.

Anonymous VFM #6306 February 24, 2016 3:19 AM  

To the tune of the Imperial March:

TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP TRUMPTRUMP.

Most media are not putting the percentage in the headline at all.

Blogger SciVo February 24, 2016 3:24 AM  

What's the over/under on Bill Kristol declaring Peak Trump for the thirteenth time, and drawing a new line in the sand at a 45% ceiling?

[Making mixed metaphors great again!]

Anonymous VFM #6306 February 24, 2016 3:30 AM  

In other news:

Russia Turns Back Napoleon, Loses Crops to Fire

D-Day Successful, Allied Assault Vessels Damaged

Dallas Wins Super Bowl XXVII, Leon Lett Fumbles Certain TD

Anonymous VFM #6306 February 24, 2016 3:32 AM  

Trump loves the poorly educated, SciVo.

Blogger Doc Rampage February 24, 2016 4:22 AM  

Early on, there was some good evidence that Trump was acting as a stalking horse to help Hillary, but I don't think anyone has believed that since Trump made Bill's Clinton an issue. That was a pretty sure sign that he wasn't out to help Hillary.

Blogger L. Jagi Lamplighter Wright February 24, 2016 7:53 AM  

I don't think the media understands Trumps number one main appeal...and it isn't the things you all praise him for.

Trump's number one appeal...the thing that made me think that he had a good chance of winning the moment I heard he was running, before I heard a word out of his mouth about what he believed...is:

People have heard of him.

He's been on their television. They've seen or, in some cases, even read, his book. They shout "You're fired" at people.

Who else that is running, other than Hilary Clinton, has anyone who does not follow politics closely heard of before? Maybe Cruz.

My first thought, when I heard he was running, was that he was another Ronald Reagan...a popular actor everyone knew.

Then, he opened his mouth and proved to be refreshingly unpolitical. He talks like a regular guy.

This, I suspect, won over a lot of people in and over itself.

Blogger bob k. mando February 24, 2016 10:34 AM  

57. Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 1:17 AM
Reminds me of that old George Carlin thing about Hitler having only 1 ball.



where do you think Trump got his extra cojone from? his father was German, you know?



82. L. Jagi Lamplighter Wright February 24, 2016 7:53 AM
People have heard of him.



nah.

a - we knew about it
b - while everyone has heard of Trump, the public persona was that of a clown ( shaving Vince McMahon's head on a WWE or whatever ). this is too Trump's detriment, not benefit.



82. L. Jagi Lamplighter Wright February 24, 2016 7:53 AM
Then, he opened his mouth and proved to be refreshingly unpolitical. He talks like a regular guy.

This, I suspect, won over a lot of people in and over itself.



there you go.

only, people like Sarah Hoyt keep telling us that we're retard dupes for not understanding that Trump is all act and he's just lying to us.

because we're stupid or something.

Anonymous Jack Amok February 24, 2016 10:38 AM  

Ha! Great reaction shot.

Glenn Beck should either lose some weight or buy different pants. Probably both.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 12:49 PM  

@84 Jack Amok

Glenn Beck should either lose some weight or buy different pants. Probably both.
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Blubberin' Beck would not be the same without the mom jeans and Magical Underwear :P

Anonymous Jack Amok February 24, 2016 11:31 PM  

Blubberin' Beck would not be the same without the mom jeans and Magical Underwear :P

I know a lot of Mormons. None of them dress that bad (Magical Underwear potentially excepted - I don't ask and I don't let them tell).

Blogger Jordan179 February 24, 2016 11:43 PM  

I have to admit, one joy of a Trump Administration would be seeing the Clintons finally in prison.

Blogger Sevron February 25, 2016 2:38 PM  

Serious question- is Beck holding a fedora?

Blogger Banjo February 26, 2016 6:50 PM  

@88 Beck fedora?

Nope, Beck's too gamma/hipster-light for that. What you see there is a trilby

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