Every time I hear some RINO Congressman or Senator gaze into the camera with dead eyes and a Manchurian smirk and say "the American people want us to come together and get things done", I flip my lid. For the millionth time, we don't want things to get done; we want things to get UNDONE!
"Demomocrats are forced to be loved, not understood" squawked a democrat from Iowa. Or was that Oscar Wilde? Perhaps I should ask Donald Trump but this isn’t about him. It’s about the horrible barnicle on the USS Deplorable captained by her retchedness Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump may not have been the ideal candidate but compared to Hillary he’s Mother Theresa with a Bad tan.
I saw Johnathan Hoenig on Cavuto's show on FBN melt down over the Carrier deal in Indiana. He called it crony capitalism and said it's the same thing Hussein Obama did with Solyndra. He has no idea what he's talking about.
In recent years, conservatives have been far too willing to allow the Left -- and its media lackeys -- to define every debate in its own carefully-crafted terms. The miserable broken wreck of Obamacare -- and the question of what the new Republican administration should seek to do about it -- is a perfect opportunity for us on the Right to recover the initiative and define the debate in our own terms.
I'm looking forward to seeing what President Trump will do with a majority in the House and Senate, and I pray I'm wrong about him being liberal.
Hillary done got herself in a pickle thanks to hackers and ongoing investigations, but I don't see it swinging the election. Trump supporters and Hillary supporters won't budge, and too many people have voted.
I always thought Huma might take the fall and get thrown under the bus. It seems like she may have known it as well and tried to hide some get-out-of-being-dead-free emails on a degenerate's device.
The ongoing back-and-forth with Trump supporters has been pretty consistent. This is a summary of how that conversation started, up to present day.
The left has abandoned so-called climate change as an issue in this election. Here's why.
2016 is done. It's time to move on and work on taking the Republican Party back from the Marxists. I know it seems bleak, but we can do this from the ground up. The structure of the Republican Party makes this possible.
How did the most unlikable candidate end up running circles around the GOP nominee? The trifecta of social media, traditional media, and crossover votes were the recipe to hand Donald over to the Democrats.
Donald snuck in a good zinger, but the conservative platform had no representation.
The great Scott Adams is a Trump supporter. The other day, Erick Erickson lobbed a tweet his way, and Adams responded with some points regarding Donald, so I figured I'd comment on them.
Right before the next debates, in a townhall format, Donald gets to tap dance around the narrative of being a tax dodger who sexually harasses women. Thanks again Trump supporters!
Hillary continues her march towards the White House, even though Alicia Machado gained weight, Bill Clinton bought a house for his brother Roger, and Hillary tries to pay less in taxes. Odd.
Trumpers are in a major panic over Trump getting smashed like we said he would.
Bernie, the pretend anti establishment candidate gave in to the establishment and will now go back to the congress where he has been serving for a quarter century. In other words back to the establishment. All he did was waste a lot of people’s money in order to live out his Che fantasy.
It's only the first week, yet Hillary is running circles around Trump. Good luck with that, GOP.
Rush had a unique way of exposing the agenda behind every whacked out leftist idea, from global warming to Greenpeace back in the day; and yeah, he was quite entertaining as well. What happened?
Liberal Governor Chris Christie really wanted to be the Vice Presidential nominee. In the end, he wasn't good enough for Donald.