Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Post Election Analysis !

Because of the Donald J Trump win, I must put down some post campaign cycle and election thoughts.
To the media.
You lying, in the tank for the democrats, self important, conceited dumb ass bastards.  Thank You, Thank You and Thank You !  Your pathetically transparent Trump bashing and obscene clinton love slave orgies brought out voters who have not voted in maybe Decades to stuff it up your wazoo and to let you know we don't need dumb asses telling us how to vote.   You really got out the vote you morons !  I can't thank you enough.  Keep up the good work !


To the leaders of failed socialist countries - LOLOLOL!!!  
Thank you also for getting out the vote by thinking that your opinion means 
more than a bucket of horse manure to American Voters !!! Lol

That goes for you too, Cameron and Merkel.

To the celebrities.   I feel your pain.  I've felt it for the last 8 years.  Now it is Your Turn.  Also please reduce your carbon footprints you self important, unbelievably inflated ego, hypocritical Pieces of hilrod clinton's used Depends.

I'll go easy on you though.  I'll let press-a-dent oBAMa give you my message.
Oh, and Move to Canada before Donald J Trump makes you all got to Church and obey the 10 Commandments!  Lol.

To "Wall Street" in general, mostly the big banker types like Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, etc. who have been screwing America with telephone poles for as long as you have existed, Eat caca, die and go to hell. (There are Some decent people in the Wall Street crowd though)


Georgie Porgie Soros, It's hard to even come up with an appropriate punishment for you.  This bastard spent 2 million getting Sheriff Arpaio booted from his job in Maricopa County, Arizona, as well as injecting himself in a million other places he doesn't belong just to fuck things up so he can make more billions trading currencies.  There has to be a special place in hell for you.


To the libtards.  I am glowing knowing that your little brains will be squirming like  earthworms on hot cement for at least  the next 4 years and very likely 8.  Ha HA HA !
PS, you little snowflakes, the likes of which were squealing like lost cats because someone wrote "Trump 2016" in chalk on the sidewalk of your college campus...

1. Grow the hell up.
2. The media lies their asses off to you.
3. Trump will make the world a better place.
4. Move to Canada just in case I'm wrong.


Finally to oBAMa. AKA barry Soetoro  -  Click the Picture to hear the audio.

In Closing.  I'm now done with hammering on the libtards.  Now that My guy is in the white house, I'm going to enjoy life rather than sit around in a dark basement, posting negative troll crap all over the internet.  This is what it means to "have a life".

58 comments :

  1. GOOD GOING, KID!! VERY WELL DONE....get it ALL OUT!! :-)
    and yes, a VERy special place for Soros...VERY.

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    1. Z, Thanks so much. There has to be a way for the world to deal with disrupters like soros. They're just as damaging if not more so than people countries are running around putting bullets in their head.

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  2. America voted out the old corrupt political establishment.

    Sometimes a country has to take a dump. Sure it's unpleasant and it stinks but, after the job is is done and the toilet is is flushed everyone feels better and life goes on.

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    1. Mr Hecht. We have a way to go yet for significant healing, but the process has started. I'm very happy about that. Maybe we have hit the low point that we needed to hit.

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    1. Z, I agree. And they are currently outside the fence. They need to be dealt with. They operate with complete impunity and do SO much damage. Maybe a whitehouse.gov petition once Donald is in office. Define actions like Soros a threat to National Security to be dealt with - is my basic thought. Put that SOB on notice then Whammo.

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  4. Georgie porgee Soros, spent a lot of money in the county here where Houston has now turned blue.
    All of the Republican Judges and other Officials were given the boot by the Democrat voters who voted straight ticket; and Dallas, and San Antonio/Austin. Blame can be givin to the Republican Voters who did not vote. By a small number of votes let the Democrats take over.
    This happened before in 2,012. But would not have happened this time if not for George porgee Soros.
    BUT THIS DID HAPPEN not just here in Texas - But All Over The Country. City by City/ Big Counties. This was a strategy Hilory and the Dems did ----it is a chess game. I used to be laughed at for saying it is all a chess game to the power players.

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    1. TS/WS, Chess game? I'd call it a war, where the republicans haven't yet gotten the memo.

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  5. And the job has just started (pay back), the ABC Media has to have all their Advertisers boycotted - to hit them in their money bags.
    If you have a business that will be affected -then you will have to sacrifice for a while until the ABC Media has received the message.

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    1. alphabet media-alphabet media
      I told you all I can't write

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    2. TS/WS, To your point, I read today that the CEO of Grub Hub emailed all emplpoyees, telling any Trump supporters to please resign. I've never used grub hub, but will be resigned to never using them in the future.

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  6. A lot of Soros money has been funneled into miscreant pockets to disrupt and mislead the election process. THE SCOTUS has determined that money is speech, and therefore is protected under the 1st Ammendment. George is just speaking, that's all. You and I don't care much for his speech, granted.

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    1. I not saying anything about Gorgie Porgee Soros right to spend his money with the protection of the First Amendment--I frankly don't care a wit about the Supreme Court blessings on this.
      I talking about the unawares of the games these commies play- that most Americans are not aware to block. We only see after it is to late.
      Like I said, the Dems were kicked out last time in the midterm elections. The Republicans were put back in--and it happened again--we should have learned, but was to focused on stopping the Hilory.

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    2. Fredd, Well then, lets see what happens with a Constitutional Supreme Court. Coming Up Shortly !

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    3. Fredd, He is being sued over the BLM stuff though by the family of a person/cop maybe who was killed.

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  7. I've been smiling a lot since the wee hours of Wednesday morning. The silent Americans, also known as the forgotten Americans, or the leaners, they all came out to vote. Thank goodness for that. The house landed on the crooked witch of Chappaqua and many of us munchkins (or peons according to her highness) are happy.

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    1. Cube, Ditto. Can't add anything to that.

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    2. Cube, Yea. See my comment to Ed below as soon as I make it. Perfect Storm.

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  8. BRAVO, Kid! I agree with the substance if not completely with the style of your statement. Good show, man!

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    1. FT, Thank you much. Yea, I could have done better I think, but like I haven't given any free rent space in my brain to obama for the last 8 years, I'm not about to start now. Just wanted to make a few points.

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  9. FOR THE RECORD: WHY I SUPPORT DONALD J. TRUMP - PART ONE

    I have taken considerable trouble to LISTEN to MOST of Mr.Trump's extended remarks thanks largely C-Span. The picture one gets of Mr. Trump when he is freed from biased, agenda-driven "editing" and the tendentiously selected “sound bites” produced by the enemedia is very different from the grotesque caricature the media has perpetually made of him.

    If you had stayed up, as I did, to witness last Tuesday’s historic event in its entirety, you would have had the chance to hear Mr. Trump's acceptance speech, which came close to 3:00 AM. He was extraordinarily gracious, generous, quiet-spoken, and kind to point of magnanimity.

    What impresses me most about the way Mr. Trump has generally addressed his audience during this campaign is the way he never fails to include his hearers with talk of “US” and "WE working together for OUR country." He doesn’t CONDESCEND to the millions upon millions of people who have flocked to his rallies all over the country.

    A stark contrast to Mr. Obama's dour, humorless, perpetually lecturing –– or downright rabble-rousing –– tone, and incessant use of the first person pronoun "I" in nearly every sentence of every public statement he's ever made. And then we’ve had Mrs. Clinton's Academy Award Winnng evocation of a shrewish Mother-in-Law from Hell scolding everyone in sight on general principles –– OR –– Nurse Ratched coldly and cruelly presiding over a Pscyho Ward filled with dangerous lunatics.

    In contrast Mr. Trump never fails to acknowledge and give thanks those who have helped him along the way. He does this amiably with considerable warmth and even affection. Unlike Mrs. Clinton's harsh, toneless, abrasive, uncultivated, unmodified Midwestern twang, Mr. Trump's tone, –– despite his limited vocabulary, inelegant phraseology, and painfully obvious NOO YAWK upbringing ––, is gracious, gentle and genuinely appreciative when speaking to or about those who have aided and applauded him during the arduous process of campaigning.

    Of course, I may well be wrong in my enthusiastic appraisal of Mr. Trump's performance, but I have watched him closely for at least six months, and have seen him evolve and grow tremendously along the way.

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  10. WHYI SUPP{ORT DONALD TRUMP - PART TWO

    If you received your impression of Mr. Trump only from sound bites and video clips heavily edited to present him in the most unflattering light possible, it's unlikely you've really seen him at all.

    In answer to those who perpetually accuse him along with Mrs. Clinton of being “the two most unpopular candidate we’ve ever run,” and then insisting he “knows nothing,” and has been “incapable of addressing specifics” I have listened to him in depth, and found him to be far more astute, far better attuned to reality, and far more aware of the acute dangers face than anyone I could name, since Richard Nixon, who, –– unlike the maladroit Mrs. Clinton ––, really was “the best-prepared politician ever to run for the office of the president.”

    Like most I regarded Mr.Trump as a vain, bombastic boor at first, but I have since come to realize that there could be no reason for him to have put himself through the grueling, viciously insulting process he's endured for fifteen months other than a genuine desire to help rescue our country from the steep downward spiral on which the Leftists, the RINO’s, and the International Elitists have so callously and so stupidly put us.

    I believe Mr. Trump when he says he loves this country, is grateful to her, and feels a moral obligation to “give back.”

    In contrast I've never been able to believe a SINGLE THING Mrs. Clinton has said in public. She continually radiates excessive pride, conceit, arrogance, an unwarranted sense of entitlement, blatant hypocrisy, and a cold, –– almost reptilian ––, detachment in the way she habitually treats and regards others. Not only have I found her unappealing to the point of repugnance; I also find her frightening. She is a person I'd make every effort to avoid meeting if ever I had the misfortune to find myself sharing the same street with her.

    With that in mind naturally I rejoice at her resounding, humiliating defeat, and the near-certainty that neither she nor her lecherous, ill-bred consort in corruption are ever likely to sully our political process again. I’m content to let them keep their ill-gotten gains, as long as they withdraw into Obscurity, and suffer a similar fate as that endured by the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.

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    1. FT, I think Trump has the opportunity to accomplish more positives than any other president just on the basis of how far we've fallen in the last couple decades.

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    2. Me too! IF he doesn't let the Establishment often him up now that he's "in."

      I desperately want him to keep his vulgar, "adolescent," "uncouth , anti-PC edge." THAG is wha go him ELECTED –– his having no fear of calling a spade a SPADE.

      It's LONG past time we took the gloves off when dealing with the Left.

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    3. How much will Trump compromise so as to include the Establishment in his unifying America?

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    4. FT, he needs to lose the adolescent thin skin. Outside of that keep all the rest of the NON-PC

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    5. AOW, the people who haven't voted for years and years and who came out for Trump will puke if Trump 'reaches across the aisle' in the name of unity or anything else.
      Unity means do what the democrats want you to do.

      They need to be politely smacked down hard.
      Trump needs to at least shoot par, or he and the republicans are dust bin occupiers as of the next elections in 2018 and 2020. I'll even vote for Bernie.

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  11. The election is over
    The sparring is done.
    Your party lost.
    My party won,
    But let’s make amends
    Go on as friends,
    Let our differences pass,
    While I hug my Dumbo,
    And you kiss my ass!


    ~ Anne Animus

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  12. I am so sick of the boohooing of the leftists. Progressivism is a disease.

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    1. Euripides, The progressives are fascist, adolescent, violent to the extreme, and should be banished from society.

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    2. Worse than that, Euripides. It's a PLAGUE.

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  13. YOUR post brought a big smile and warmed my heart-
    as to the commentors- you are all RIGHT ON -
    now
    back to watching my Red wings and my Kings --HOCKEY - you know--
    my mind is at peace --
    C-CS

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    1. Ed, It was a perfect Storm as I thought about it today.

      An unbelievably disgusting person running for the Dems (as seen in the eyes of older white voters as the post election analysis tells us came out to vote) versus a Non Politician, Non-PC, Saying All the right things interspersed with some adolescent think skin embarrassing stuff (but not enough to outweigh the evil of clinton) combined with the totally transparent pathetic media and celebrity collection opf assholes who still believed they could tell America how to vote.


      It brought out people who haven't voted in years, and maybe decades. It was the perfect Storm. I can't imagine people being so satisfied voting over the last 100 years as they were in 2016. Hell yes.

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    2. All spelling mistakes are intentional. I wanted to add, older folks are well up to speed on the evilness of the clintons. That played a big part imo. A very big part.

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    3. Amazing she garnered so may votes. Sad, actually. We have work ahead of us.

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    4. Ed, Yea, actually got .02% more of the popular vote. Good God !!

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    5. I think America spoke on November 8th.

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    6. Cube, America spoke. I'm going to be enjoying this one for a Loooooong while.

      You know what? If all we get out of Trump is a 50 year Constitutional Supreme Court and clinton Not in the white house, I'll take it. If that was the offer on the table for me Nov 7, I'd have taken it.

      I think we get more, but let's see.

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  15. I despise the whiny college snowflakes most of all of all the post-election "victims."

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    1. AOW, I'd call them Fascists or at least paid Soros operatives.

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    2. AOW, ED, Did you see where Cornell University had a Cry In ! hahhaaaa Only 30 of them, but still. There's 30 future food stampers.

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    3. A little Parris Island would do them well.

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    4. Ed, Even a little 1960's poverty

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  16. _____ HILLARY'S LAMENT _____

    My party's over, it's time to call it a day
    They've burst my pretty balloon
    And taken the moon away
    It's time to wind up the masquerade
    I've made my mind up
    The piper must be paid

    My party's over, the candles flicker and die
    I screamed and dreamed through each night
    It seemed oh-so right as I told each lie.
    Now I must wake up, my dream must end,
    Remove the makeup, my party's over
    I now am empty with nothing to spend.


    LET'S FACE it. I am KAPUT!

    ~ Ibin Kahned - selection from the D'RAT FOLLIES of 2016

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  17. From this link left at my web site:

    ...President-elect Trump is facing a two-pronged attack by his opponents. One, led by entrenched neo-con bureaucrats, including former Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency director Michael Hayden, former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, and Bush family loyalists are seeking to call the shots on who Trump appoints to senior national security, intelligence, foreign policy, and defense positions in his administration. These neo-Cold Warriors are trying to convince Trump that he must maintain the Obama aggressiveness and militancy toward Russia, China, Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, and other countries. The second front arrayed against Trump is from Soros-funded political groups and media. This second line of attack is a propaganda war, utilizing hundreds of anti-Trump newspapers, web sites, and broadcasters, that will seek to undermine public confidence in the Trump administration from its outset....

    More information at the link.

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    1. AOW, Trump won't fall for much of that. If he does anything beside drain the swamp he and the repubs are toast in 2020.

      On the brighter side, the dems have come apart a bit at the seams. Many are seriously wondering why they ran such a flawed candidate. Maximum hubris in my opinion and I think they are doing some serious re-thinking. I hope they don't come up with anything good. They're left plenty of tracks on this one, with some help from wikileaks and their own actions. I've been educating a couple of my Nieces using a lot of this and they are getting it. Couple weeks ago, they had no idea who to vote for. Voted for Trump and glad they did. Turning back, if Trump screws up they'll probably do a 180. They're not expecting perfection but he's gotta come through on the big stuff.

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    2. I compare the dems running hilrod to the repubs running mcLame

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  18. I will miss kicking the president's ass---now have to concentrate on Hillary and Sander's die hard supporters. No plowshares here!

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    1. Ron, Personally, I'm just looking forward to some clean air for a while. :)

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