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Da Mannn

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Gender: Male
Home country: USA
Current location: Looking through your window
Member since: Sun May 18, 2014, 10:38 PM
Number of posts: 21,720

About Me

Hi. How R U? Great. I'm fine, thanks for asking. (Looks visitor over) Nice shoes. So what brings you here? Me? I'm a guy. I like gals enough to marry one. I eat meat because it is tasty. I've worn black socks with my sandals, and I'm not afraid to do it again. I'm old enough to have worn a leisure suit when it was cool. I don't drink or smoke. I've never done drugs.

Journal Archives

0bama takes credit for the Trump economy

Donald Trump Is the 'Anti-Christ' And Is 'Going To Hell,' thug from Caravan Says
the source is Newsweak. click on the link if you really want to.
If Trump were the anti-Christ, why is this thug walking into the lion's den? Methinks the thug doesn't believe that at all...methinks the thug is expecting a Candyland full of freebies.

Pennsylvania Republican Party Election Update ("surpassed the Democrats in early ballots")
... As of Friday, we officially surpassed the Democrats in the number of absentee ballots returned. We have made an incredible push over the last weeks, and look to continue over the last week to increase our margins. Compared to this point in 2014, the Republican Party of Pennsylvania has doubled absentee returns.

This is an incredible sign for us as we are now just over two weeks away from Election Day...
This is looking more like a RED blowout every day.

Bill Clinton suddenly keels over in pain! Political witches cast their spell tonight.
Catland Books in Brooklyn describes their event as "a public hex on Brett Kavanaugh, upon all rapists and the patriarchy at large which emboldens, rewards and protects them.
My comments: if the spell targets ALL rapists...Brett may get a pass because no one showed where he ever raped anyone. No evidence. No Proof. No time or location. No witnesses.
---------------But Bill Clinton the Rapist is surely in trouble tonight!

These desperate measures are why I believe the Blue Wave will never come. Bit by bit, the Democrats are driving normal people out of the party.

President grant and why there will be NO Blue Wave
Because He Fights

Historians tell us that the War Department didn’t have much respect for him. They told the president that he drank too much. He was reckless. He was too willing to accept large numbers of casualties. Establishment Republicans worried aloud that Grant’s approach would lead to military and political disaster. When Lincoln was asked why he chose the diminutive Ulysses Grant to command the Union Forces, he said that he could not spare him “because he fights.”

Lincoln had more than a stomach full of the resume’ rich Generals who looked the part. The ones who said the right things, who came from the right families and graduated near the top of their class at West Point. They were risk averse. They dawdled while Confederate Generals with smaller armies out maneuvered them. Grant had mud on his boots and graduated in the middle of his class. But, he understood what needed to be done to win the war.

After suffering staggering casualties in the battle known as the Wilderness, Grant wrote, “I propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer.” He would not retreat. He would advance and keep moving South. He would press the enemy all the way to Richmond. Backing up or apologizing were not in his vocabulary. General George Patton was clearly a follower of the Unconditional Surrender Grant philosophy.

Robert E. Lee was a brilliant strategist. The General was also well acquainted with Washington politics. His family plantation was just across the Potomac. (It was taken away for non-payment of taxes and turned into a national cemetery.) He understood that the Union had many advantages. In a long, protracted war, the North had the steel and the numbers. But Lee believed that if he could inflict enough pain, staging some successful raids into Union territory, Lincoln’s political base would go wobbly and demand an armistice.

The modern-day Left believes that if they can inflict enough pain, if they can stage some strikes on judicial appointees and other vulnerable Republicans, GOP leaders will sound the retreat and call for peace. The mob actions are strategic. They will continue until Republicans surrender. Hillary said as much.

Enter a Commander in Chief who thinks like Ulysses Grant. He understands the stakes. That this is about what kind of a nation we will leave to future generations. Will we have mob rule or the rule of law? The days of Republican retreat are over. For too long have been losing this war. We’ve had too many Field Generals who would fight and then quickly withdraw.

Not anymore.

Until Grant started to show other Union Generals that fighting and withdrawing were prescriptions for defeat, the war was not going well. Grant was the indispensable man. So is Donald Trump.

Like Grant, Trump has faults. He may not have mud on his boots. But, too often he steps on his own story by getting into the mud with his adversaries in Twitter storms. The overriding story however is Donald Trump’s clarity of vision and his determination. He will not apologize. He will not retreat. He will press until they are vanquished. This includes our adversaries who pretend to be the defenders of a free press. Not only does he expect to win. He expects the nation to win.

His steely determination is bearing fruit on every front. From the booming economy to trade deals to denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula we see amazing progress. CNN has been reduced to claiming “they are not Fake News!” The Left and their allies in the media have thrown everything they have at him. Trump continues his unrelenting advance.

The same media experts that loudly predicted that Donald Trump would never become president are at it again. They started early this cycle, ensuring us that a Blue Wave was coming. The House was already gone and the Senate was within their grasp.


But they once again discount the massive turnouts at these rallies. They ignore the power of one man with courage. Like Grant, Trump is the indispensable man.

Because he fights.
My comments
Further, Trump taught the establishment GOP to fight as well.
Bush never fought back, and by doing so surrendered the narrative to the democrats. I tie this into the election of 0bama. Now the Left is all upset that trump is a man who WILL fight back.

Thank God that we finally have a President who will fight. Hillary would have ended Freedom in America.

another thread compares tens of thousands drawn to a Trump Rally where Joe Biden only drew 193.
Democrats ignored this in 2016 and it is suicide to ignore it in 2018.

Democrats have invested a lot in their Brown Shirt Mobs. But Americans do not vote because they are intimidated. We vote for those who aspire to greater things.
What have Democrat leadership aspired to? We don't know.
Trump has accomplished more in two years that 0bama did in 8. We see that.
Trump offers a positive message. Democrats are still screaming, "NOOOOOOO!"

Conclusion: NO BLUE WAVE.

Elko NV President Trump EXPLOSIVE Speech. Massive Rally.

Sir Michael Caine on Brexit: 'I'd Rather Be a Poor Master of My Fate' Than a Slave to EU Bureaucrats
Sir Michael Caine, the iconic British actor who has a net worth of $78 million, said he strongly supports Brexit -- the plan for England to leave the European Union (EU) next year -- and stressed that he doesn't listen to the liberal pundits who claim that Brexit will make people poorer and added that it is better to be "a poor master of my fate" than to rely on a stranger to supposedly make "me rich by running it."

"I don't listen to all these pundits," said Caine on the Oct. 18 broadcast of BBC Radio 4 Today. "I'm a Brexiteer myself. Certainly."

He continued, "People say, 'Oh, you'll be poor, you'll be this, you'll be that.'"

"I say I'd rather be a poor master of my fate than having someone I don't know making me rich by running it," said Caine, who is married and has two children and three grandchildren.

Caine, 85, has acted in more than 125 films, including The Dark Knight trilogy, Goldmember, Hannah and Her Sisters, A Bridge Too Far, and Zulu. Seventy-three films he starred in have grossed more than $8.3 billion worldwide, according to Caine was nominated for six Academy Awards and won two of them.

Caine supports the Conservative Party in England. In the late 1970s, Caine moved to the United States because of the then-oppressive taxes in England.

As he told the Essex Chronicle in 2009, "I realised that's not a socialist country , it's a communist country without a dictator, so I left and I was never going to come back.
Not every celeb is a socialist loon.

DemocRATic Left NPC Simulator

Now you can anticipate everything a Lefty might say!

Colorado Court of Appeals upholds states ban on large-capacity magazines
Great! Now its off to a 5-4 USSC. Ban soon to be overturned! Thank God for Trump!

NY Times freaks out over possible GOP win...NO BLUE WAVE
What if the Republicans Win Everything Again?

The end of Robert Mueller’s investigation. The loss of health insurance for several million people. New laws that make it harder to vote. More tax cuts for the rich. More damage to the environment. A Republican Party molded even more in the image of President Trump.

These are among the plausible consequences if the Republicans sweep the midterm elections and keep control of both the House and Senate. And don’t fool yourself. That outcome, although not the most likely one, remains possible. The last couple of weeks of polling have shown how it could happen.

Voters who lean Republican — including whites across the South — could set aside their disappointment with Trump and vote for Republican congressional candidates. Voters who lean left — including Latinos and younger adults — could turn out in low numbers, as they usually do in midterm elections. The Republicans’ continuing efforts to suppress turnout could also swing a few close elections.

No matter what, Democrats will probably win the popular vote in the House elections, for the first time since 2012. Trump, after all, remains unpopular. But the combination of gerrymandering and the concentration of Democratic voters in major cities means that a popular-vote win won’t automatically translate into a House majority.

In the Senate, the election already seems to be slipping away from the Democrats. Several of this year’s close Senate races happen to involve Democrats defending seats in red states. As a result, Republicans may expand their current 51-49 majority, making it easier for them to win close votes on legislation and nominations.
The panic has begun to kick in. Take Nov 7th off so you can stay up late and savor the salty tears on election night. I'll be here!
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