“I know that when they calm down, they’re going to realize that Donald Trump is much better for this country than Hillary Clinton… Trump is viable almost anywhere. Trump is Hillary’s worst nightmare.” — Rudy Giuliani
I wish I was as optimistic as some of you are. The GOP (renamed by me the CFS, Circular Firing Squad) has blown this election. Even if Trump wins the nomination I’ll vote for him, I have no other choice, but I’ve talked with many republicans who are going to sit out the election if he does. Reminding them that if they do it’s the same as voting for Clinton, their response it basically who cares, i can’t vote for him.For the most part Trump has said a lot of the right things in the worst possible ways and has handed this election to Comrade Clinton. It’s a very sad day.
April 22, 2016,12:55 am
April 20, 2016,10:15 pm
I hope Ted Cruz wins on a contested ballot and wish for God’s sake Kasich gets the hell out of everyone’s way and I also wish for the other candidates that were in the GOP race to come out and give their people the chance to go over and let Ted Cruz win. If you do not band together you can kiss the presidency over to Hillary is that what you want all of you GOPs can’t seem to get it together and you will lose everything and will readily deserve to lose to the biggest phony and liar of them all Hillary. I don’t understand why you cannot get your shit together.
April 20, 2016,6:48 pm
Rudy, sweetie, ANYONE is better than Clinton!! She’s a felon! Love you anyway. Wish YOU would run.
April 20, 2016,6:26 pm
Trump Train All The Way To The White House!
April 20, 2016,5:51 pm
April 20, 2016,5:50 pm
Never never trump
April 20, 2016,4:34 pm
Congratulation,to 🇱🇷Donald Trump wons for NEW YORK state ! I agree with Rudy Guiliani! Why Hillary Clinton will not be president ? SHe has lot of lawsuits and many more violation and crime in her history the cloud over her head and untrustworthy! Donald can make the American🇱🇷 Great again for the country👍🏼
“When you have, in the Carrier case, political power used to bring pressure upon a privately owned institution… you are, in effect, at the end of the day, getting the federal government involved in capital allocation. There is a name for that, it’s called socialism.” — George Will