GOP Strategist: Trump Supporters Are 'Single Men Who Masturbate To Anime'

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GOP Strategist: Trump Supporters Are 'Single Men Who Masturbate To Anime'
GOP strategist Rick Wilson is not afraid to speak his mind. "The fact of the matter is, most of them are childless single men who masturbate to anime. They’re not real political players. These are not people who matter in the overall course of humanity," Wilson said of Trump supporters on MSNBC's "All In with Chris Hayes." Read more >>
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So now we know GRM should get

So now we know GRM should get themselves "right" after posting this item.
Are we so afraid that this trash has to be deseminated amongst all you "right " people .
What would Margaret would have thought about this ?

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Bruce, want to bet that this

Bruce, want to bet that this guy has a Jeb poster over his bed, he sounds like has experience in this area.

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And here I was thinking GOP

And here I was thinking GOP consultants were just parasites who only cared about perpetuating their fat fees.

Tom C
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lol. The GOP-e is about to

You know, the smug, snarky comment works better when you aren't getting your head handed to you.

lol. The GOP-e is about to get smoked.

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MSNBC<--that says it all

MSNBC<--that says it all

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No wonder most candidates

No wonder most candidates eventually say really stupid stuff; they have a consultancy class that has even less self-control.

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They say that a lot of people

They say that a lot of people do it, but only the perverts talk about it.

Anyway, this is from the legal pot, pro-abortion, gay marriage wing of the party - that has about 3% of the vote locked up.

Yikes - the arrogant, immoral self-centered temperament oozes from every pore. How'd you like to have to work with this guy, and his filthy mouth, every day? The GOP-e is so smart, so clever... that, gosh, they wonder why no one wants to have anything to do with them.

Well, except for MSNBC, I guess!

Flailing and crashing and burning, the GOP-e in desperation is now reaching out to the lefties, and in the process creating only a bigger group of losers.

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Ok, I'll admit I had to

Ok, I'll admit I had to Google "Anime":

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My question is, why did AMG

My question is, why did AMG post this?

Tom C
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My guess is Mike Tipping and

My guess is Mike Tipping and Gerald gave him the information as an embarrassing "gotcha" for the conservatives. Since AMG has apparently joined forces with the floundering far left, he has to pass it along.

Anyway, as we saw in the governor's race, and in the recent Lewiston mayoral race, the tired old slime-smearing macaca politics of the left are now relegated to the failed politics of the past. They don't seem to know that yet.

However, as long as they keep doing it, they will continue to lose, which is good for us!

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Tom C: "The GOP-e is about to

Tom C: "The GOP-e is about to get smoked."

Unfortunate turn of phrase...

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mainemom

mainemom
Actually in the scheme of things, besides why , is this all you got, is another option ?
The why is rhetorical and other is the indicator how desperate they are.

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"My question is, why did AMG

"My question is, why did AMG post this?"

When you consider who has been labeled "idiotic"--and who hasn't--by "AMG", and the subject matter of the "sticky's", and who has been banned--and who hasn't--

...the question sort of answers itself, doesn't it?

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"My question is, why did AMG

"My question is, why did AMG post this?"

The Susan Collins fantasies drove him mad.

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This clown is a showcase of

This clown is a showcase of the arrogance and condescending crap that is costing the RNC dearly. Jeb made a fetish of bragging as to how he would ignore the conservative base & get the nomination anyway. How's that working our for you cupcake?

BTW, I notice this jerk is wearing glasses. Apparently he didn't listen when his parents told him if he didn't stop he'd go blind?

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'"My question is, why did AMG

'"My question is, why did AMG post this?"

The Susan Collins fantasies drove him mad.'

I'm sending you a bill for all the brain bleach I've had to use to remove the images your post created,

You're a bad person, Taxfoe. (\humor)

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Wow after reading the AMG

Wow after reading the AMG post about true conservatives, I'm guessing that true conservatives masturbate to The National Review...and switch hands for the Weekly Standard.

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Trump is the true

Trump is the true conservative.

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"My question is, why did AMG

"My question is, why did AMG post this?"

Because he is the "adversarial blogger" as named by our good Governor.

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From an email:

From an email:
This says it very plainly and thoroughly for GRM and others.

The author is the political correspondent for Bloomberg and
wrote extensively about Obama even before he was elected
and he did it with facts and more facts.

"Who is Donald Trump?"

The better question may be, "What is Donald Trump?"
The answer: A giant middle finger from average Americans to
the political and media establishment.

Some Trump supporters are like the 60s white girls who dated
black guys just to annoy their parents. But most Trump supporters
have simply had it with the Demosocialists and the RINO's
"Republicans in Name Only." They know there isn't a dime's
worth of difference between Hillary Rodham and Jeb Bush, and only a
few cents worth between Rodham and the other GOP candidates.
Ben Carson is not an "establishment" candidate, but the Clinton machine
would pulverize Carson , and the somewhat rebellious Ted Cruz will
(justifiably so) be tied up with natural born citizen lawsuits (as
might Marco Rubio). The Trump supporters figure they may as well have
some fun tossing Molotov cocktails at Wall Street and Georgetown while
they watch the nation collapse. Besides, lightning might strike,
Trump might get elected, and he might actually fix a few
things. Stranger things have happened. (The nation elected a
Marxist in 2008 and Bruce Jenner now wears designer
dresses.)

Millions of conservatives are justifiably furious. They gave
the Republicans control of the House in 2010 and control of the Senate
in 2014 and have seen them govern no differently than Nancy Pelosi
and Harry Reid. Yet those same voters are supposed to trust the GOP
in 2016? Why? Trump did not come from out of nowhere. His
candidacy was created by the last six years of Republican failures.

No reasonable person can believe that any of the establishment
candidates will slash federal spending, rein in the Federal Reserve,
cut burdensome business regulations, reform the tax code, or
eliminate useless federal departments (the Departments of
Education, Housing and Urban Development, Energy, etc.). Even
Ronald Reagan was unable to eliminate the Department of
Education. (Of course, getting shot at tends to make a person less of a
risk-taker.) No reasonable person can believe that any of the
nation's major problems will be solved by Rodham, Bush, and
the other dishers of donkey fazoo now eagerly eating corn in Iowa and
pancakes in New Hampshire .

Many Americans, and especially Trump supporters, have had it with:
Anyone named Bush
Anyone named Clinton
Anyone who's held political office
Political correctness
Illegal immigration
Massive unemployment
Phony "official" unemployment and inflation figures
Welfare waste and fraud
People faking disabilities to go on the dole
VA waiting lists
TSA airport groping
ObamaCare
T he Federal Reserve's money-printing schemes
Wall Street crooks like Jon Corzine
Michelle Obama's vacations
Michelle Obama's food police
Barack Obama's golf
Barack Obama's arrogant and condescending lectures
Barack Obama's criticism/hatred of America
Valerie Jarrett
"Holiday trees"
Hollywood hypocrites
Global warming nonsense
Cop killers
Gun confiscation threats
Stagnant wages
Chevy Volts
Clock boy
Pajama boy
Mattress girl
Boys in girls' bathrooms
Whiny, spoiled college students who can't even place the
Civil War in the correct century

. . .and that's just the short list.

Trump supporters believe that no Democrat wants
to address these issues, and that few Republicans have
the courage to address these issues. They certainly know
that none of the establishment candidates are better than
barely listening to them, and Trump is their way of saying,
"Screw you, Hillary Rodham Rove Bush!" The more the
talking head political pundits insult the Trump supporters,
the more supporters he gains. (The only pundits who seem
to understand what is going on are Democrats Doug Schoen
and Pat Caddell and Republican John LeBoutillier. All the others
argue that the voters will eventually "come to their senses"
and support an establishment candidate.)

But America does not need a tune-up at the same old garage. It
needs a new engine installed by experts--and neither Rodham
nor Bush are mechanics with the skills or experience to install it.

Hillary Rodham is not a mechanic; she merely manages a garage
her philandering husband abandoned. Jeb Bush is not a mechanic;
he merely inherited a garage. Granted, Trump is also not a mechanic,
but he knows where to find the best ones to work in his garage. He
won't hire his brother-in-law or someone to whom he owes a favor;
he will hire someone who lives and breathes cars.

"How dare they revolt!" the "elites" are bellowing. Well, the citizens
are daring to revolt, and the RINOs had better get used to it. "But
Trump will hand the election to Clinton !" That is what the Karl
Rove-types want people to believe, just as the leftist media eagerly
shoved "Maverick" McCain down GOP throats in 2008--knowing
he would lose to Obama. But even if Trump loses and Rodham
wins, she would not be dramatically different than Bush or most
of his fellow candidates. They would be nothing more than
caretakers, not working to restore America 's greatness but merely
presiding over the collapse of a massively in-debt nation. A nation can
perhaps survive open borders; a nation can perhaps survive a generous
welfare system. But no nation can survive both--and there is little
evidence that the establishment candidates of either party understand
that. The United States cannot forever continue on the path it is on. At
some point it will be destroyed by its debt.

Yes, Trump speaks like a bull wanders through a china shop, but the
truth is that the borders do need to be sealed; we cannot afford to feed,
house, and clothe 200,000 Syrian immigrants for decades (even if we
get inordinately lucky and none of them are ISIS infiltrators or Syed
Farook wannabes); the world is at war with radical Islamists; all
the world's glaciers are not melting.

Is Trump the perfect candidate? Of course not. Neither was Ronald
Reagan. But unless we close our borders and restrict immigration,
all the other issues are irrelevant. One terrorist blowing up a bridge
or a tunnel could kill thousands. One jihadist poisoning a city's water
supply could kill tens of thousands. One electromagnetic pulse attack
from a single Iranian nuclear device could kill tens of millions. Faced
with those possibilities, most Americans probably don't care that Trump
relied on eminent domain to grab up a final quarter acre of property for a
hotel, or that he boils the blood of the Muslim Brotherhood thugs
running the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

While Attorney General Loretta Lynch's greatest fear is someone
giving a Muslim a dirty look, most Americans are more worried about
being gunned down at a shopping mall by a crazed lunatic who treats
his prayer mat better than his three wives and who thinks 72 virgins
are waiting for him in paradise.

The establishment is frightened to death that Trump will win, but not
because they believe he will harm the nation. They are afraid he will
upset their taxpayer-subsidized apple carts. While Obama threatens
to veto legislation that spends too little, they worry that Trump will
veto legislation that spends too much. You can be certain that if an
establishment candidate wins in November 2016, his or her cabinet
positions will be filled with the same people we've seen before. The
washed-up has-beens of the Clinton and Bush administrations will
be back in charge. The hacks from Goldman Sachs will continue to
call the shots. Whether it is Bush's Karl Rove or Clinton 's John
Podesta who makes the decisions in the White House will matter little.
If the establishment wins, America loses.

Don Fredrick December 10, 2015

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One electromagnetic pulse

One electromagnetic pulse attack from a single Iranian nuclear device could kill tens of millions

where? in Iran

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Mike, read the book One

Mike, read the book One Second Afteran
Bruce, that about sums it up

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Ditto that, I. I said "a 2x4

Ditto that, I. I said "a 2x4" upside the head, but the upraised middle finger is also extremely pithy.

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Welcome to the fold Mel.

Welcome to the fold Mel.

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Just wondering - has anyone

Just wondering - has anyone heard from this filthy-mouth piece of excrement recently?

lol.

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I think Thomas Carter is

I think Thomas Carter is reading his books on civility in politics; perhaps he's been in touch with him.

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Sharing a bone at GRM

Sharing a bone at GRM headquarters, perhaps.

"Strategic planning session at Get Right Maine. How we're going to win in 2016 and beyond!"

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GOP Strategist: Trump

GOP Strategist: Trump Supporters Are 'Single Men Who Masturbate To Anime'

Sen. Collins will back Donald Trump

SOURCE
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Thanks for the heads-up there, AMG.

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lol.

lol.

To quote Jackie Gleason: "How Sweet It Is!"

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Just a follow up, I didn't

Just a follow up, I didn't know where else to post this news item, but since it referred to
"Trump Supporters" I thought this might be a good place for it.

Those details are probably being worked out by Trump’s new Maine campaign director, Christie-Lee McNally, who was hired recently among a wave of new state-level directors by Trump’s campaign. McNally is president of Raven Strategies LLC, a political lobbying and fundraising firm, who is known for her years of experience working for the state Republican party and various Republican candidates, including former congressional candidates Kevin Raye and Jon Courtney.

Trump hires Maine campaign director, plans Thursday visit to Portland

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