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'Keep America Not Muslim'


Trump says he wants to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the country in order to sort out national security issues. Turns out this is a shocking thing to say.

What should be a standard, bland assumption — that a nation should determine who gets in, that open borders are incompatible with nationhood — is treated like the vile guttural grunts of zombie Hitler. That sounds silly (and it is), but when you adhere to an ideology as fundamentally intellectually bankrupt as liberalism, using cookie cutter arguments is pretty much all you have.

The formula for all liberal outrage: designate a few historical figures as simply bad, then comb through their ten second quotes and their actions as filtered through politically correct revisionist history until superficial similarities to the present political enemy is found, and boom, you’re done. If you blur your eyes and inhale some of the dankest ideologies, Trump does kinda look like Hitler because he doesn’t want America to become Muslim. Political analysis for dummies.

In true junkie fashion, addicted to the social feelgood of righteous outrage in defense of the socially popular, everyone impulsively rushed to jump on Trump. Wait, that’s not right; let’s not mistake the artificial echo chamber of mass media for reality. Not everyone, but every media personality immediately whined about the pain in their rump from listening to Trump.

A White House spokesman said Trump’s comments “disqualified him for President.” It should be no surprise to anyone reading this that the current regime actually believes that Presidents aren’t allowed to act in their nation’s interest. Maybe if we’re charitable we can find some practical reasoning behind this judgement. Looking at past presidential enthusiasm for Muslim ingenuity, perhaps what was intended was the observation that without Muslims, who will build our clocks? Ouch, I think I just pulled my mental psoas from those mental gymnastics.

Hillary Clinton says it’s “extremist,” and “both a shameless and a dangerous idea.” It’s certainly dangerous to plans to undermine America, and there’s no shame in that. Again, no surprise here–she wants power, Trump is a threat to that, and so she attacks. But she followed this meaningless invective with rhetoric that would make me concerned for her mental psoas were she not an Olympic level mental gymnast (it’s an event in the special Olympics):

[Republican candidates] are all driving the exact narrative that jihadists want to advance. That we are at war, not with barberist, violent murderers, but with an entire religion. This is a grave mistake. I know very well that the fight against these radical jihadists is one we must win. It is a fight against a brutal enemy who twists religion, twists Islam to justify mass murder. They must be defeated. But in order to accomplish that goal, we have to work with Muslims, in our country and around the world.

Ah yes, the people who want to establish a worldwide Muslim caliphate win if we restrict Muslim immigration. They want everyone to be Muslim, so naturally limiting the number of Muslims here plays right into their hands! Of course, Trump didn’t say anything about a war. He didn’t say anything about an entire religion. He simply made a very reasonable statement about not risking the security of our nation for nothing.

But it’s not just his political enemies who are attacking him, it’s also those who are ostensibly on the same side of the political divide. According to one of the low-polling candidates, what Trump said “helps his buddy, Hillary Clinton, for sure.”

Why are all these liberals and cuckservatives so obsessed about basing their actions on some interpretation of what their enemies want instead of just doing what’s right? Poor Jeb is confused about how getting elected works, for sure. He thinks voters want to hear an accountant talk about how if we all just work a bit harder and a bit longer, we’ll be able to sustain this behemoth system. We don’t want this behemoth system, Jeb — do you need that explained en Español so your wife can understand it too? Trump may be a loudmouthed clown, but the content of his policies is realistic. Jeb is the anti-Trump: a low-energy personality bloviating boringly about how “serious” he is while pushing hilariously bad propositions as solutions. Jeb is the ideological clown.

Lindsey Graham chimes in with a soft-spoken angsty attempt subversive sloganeering: “You know how you make America great again? Tell Donald Trump to go to hell.” Very clever way to demonstrate your irrelevance, Mr. Graham.

That’s enough; we don’t have to seek out these stupid outbursts, they’re all around us. What’s unfortunately uncommon is avoiding the bickering internal squabbles and focusing on instituting good policy. Ted Cruz stands alone in not vilifying his fellow party member with what he calls “Republican-on-Republican violence.” While partly disagreeing with Trump in favor of his own half-way good plan on immigration (which is almost as good as it gets on illegal immigration, but will merely “halt increases” on legal immigration), Cruz maintained tact, giving us presentiments of a 2016 Trump/Cruz ticket:

“Look, I like and respect Donald Trump. I don’t anticipate that changing at all,” Cruz said. “The reason why I won’t get engaged in personal insults and attacks, I don’t think the American people care about a bunch of politicians bickering like school children.”

“I’m grateful Donald Trump is running,” he added, saying the mogul has focused the national conversation on border security.

Indeed, many have commented on Trump’s success at Overton window shifting, despite the frequent stump attempts. We look forward to the day when the national conversation shifts further to the yet more important issues of existence and identity.

http://www.amerika.org/politics/keep-ame...ot-muslim/

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I don't know if he will be elected but at least he is a funny guy. Big Grin
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I'm the only Trump supporter in my house Big Grin
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(2015 Dec 12 21:52)Tintagell Wrote:  I'm the only Trump supporter in my house Big Grin

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If he wins the next elections, we should make The President as significant as The Leader.
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(2015 Dec 13 22:10)Tintagell Wrote:  If he wins the next elections, we should make The President as significant as The Leader.




You goddamn communist heathen, you had best sound off that you love the Virgin Mary... or I'm gonna stomp your guts out!
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Just as the name says, why the mainstream are against Trump and the next probable attack they are planning against him after the Muslim attack failed.





On how establishment Republicans were planning to get Jeb Bush nominated as the 2016 Republican candidate by manipulating the delegates system in his favor and how they did not foresee the rise of Trump. It also talks about what the Democrats might scheme in order to deal with Trump at an election if he does manage to get the nomination.




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Quote:Washington (CNN) - Donald Trump has hit a new milestone in national polling, garnering 41% of the Republican vote in a new national poll.

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/12/14/politi...index.html

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when memes become reality

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Trump's biggest challenge yet...

HOW THE REPUBLICAN ESTABLISHMENT CAN KEEP DONALD TRUMP FROM GETTING THE NOMINATION

It is going to be much more difficult for Donald Trump to win the Republican nomination than most people think

In order to win the nomination, a candidate must secure at least 1,237 of the 2,472 delegates that are up for grabs. But not all of them will be won during the state-by-state series of caucuses and primaries that will take place during the first half of 2016. Of the total of 2,472 Republican delegates, 437 of them are unpledged delegates – and 168 of those are members of the Republican National Committee. And unless you have been hiding under a rock somewhere, you already know that the Republican National Committee is not a fan of Donald Trump. In order to win the Republican nomination without any of the unpledged delegates, Trump would need to win 60.78 percent of the delegates that are up for grabs during the caucuses and primaries. And considering that his poll support is hovering around 30 percent right now, that is a very tall order.

In the past, it was easier for a front-runner to pile up delegates in “winner take all” states, but for this election cycle the Republicans have changed quite a few things. In 2016, all states that hold caucuses or primaries before March 15th must award their delegates proportionally. So when Trump wins any of those early states, he won’t receive all of the delegates. Instead, he will just get a portion of them based on the percentage of the vote that he received.

In 2016, more delegates will be allocated on a proportional basis by the Republicans than ever before, and with such a crowded field that makes it quite likely that no candidate will have secured enough delegates for the nomination by the time the Republican convention rolls around.
And this actually plays right into the hands of the Republican establishment. A dinner for prominent Republican leaders that was held in Washington D.C. last week discussed the possibility of a “brokered convention” if they can keep Trump from getting the required number of delegates during the caucuses and primaries.

Reed full article here

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