Johnson looks better than clumpf.
clumpf: 3 good
Johnson: 4 good
clinton: 11 bad
Donald Trump entered the race briefly, giving television interviews outlining his platform. Trump was progressive on social issues, and supported allowing openly gay soldiers in the military, saying: “it would not disturb me.” Trump considered himself a conservative*, but criticized Pat Buchanan, saying: “I’m on the conservative side, but Buchanan is Attila the Hun.” He withdrew from the race citing the party’s infighting, as did Jesse Ventura and the Minnesota Reform Party. Donald Trump stated: “So the Reform Party now includes a Klansman, Mr. Duke, a neo-Nazi, Mr. Buchanan, and a communist, Ms. Fulani. This is not company I wish to keep.” “Mr. Duke” was a reference to David Duke, a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan.
Now who shouldn’t be scared of a ‘CHANGE’ to lite socialism?
*imho its only the conservative money side
 June 24, 2016 at 9:26pm
Trump casts his lure, and the lemmings bite……for the 10,000th time.
Did you see Trump lob his bait? I see no reference to a remark by him. I have seen plenty to convince me that we won’t have a clue until he gets good and ready.
Trump is not your usual sneaking lying conniving politician who changes his persona like Hillary changes her soiled stained clown pant suits. Try taking him at face value. You might be pleasantly surprised and more accurate in your prognostications.
June 24, 2016 at 12:11pm
When will the cries for a “second” referendum begin???
Already a petition in the works for that from what i saw.
Today probably when the British realize their money is worth a lot less then it was yesterday.
I don't think it will. The vote to leave was put over the top by the Labour party in the northern English area, which is where much of the UK's manufacturing takes place. Labour is liberal. They want jobs going to citizens, not the newly arrived and unassimilated.
My hunch is that there are going to be many more happily employed UK citizens with happy union bosses after the inevitable bumps in transition.
 June 24, 2016 at 12:08pm
Feigned outrage to rattle the Bolsheviks.
 June 22, 2016 at 12:12pm
Lighten up, Frances!
 June 22, 2016 at 12:08pm
Certainly is difficult to give up that taxpayer dime.
Yes and who knows, maybe little Marco can get together with Schumer and write another bi partisan amnesty bill.
He has no job skills....he was in the Florida legislature for years: His accomplishments here was to abolish the Florida Dept of Labor....cut what an injured worker could get by 50%...passed a Bring your Gun to Work...law.....two weeks later it was used at Publix in Tarpon Springs....the woman died from a fellow worker. 39% of the Florida population is retired and a big target for every financial crook....Florida has NO consumer protection....he has ignored the retired people in Florida and their needs...but he does wear nice blue suits.
This whole thing is a staged false flag incident for Bilderburg agenda 21 to disarm America. These people are actors and operatives. Where are all the bloody pictures of the carnage and the shootout. Phony doctors with phony patients. Too many thing do not add up. People caught laughing off camera when pretending to be up set on camera but very fake and unnatural behavior. This guy looks like he has a mask on to cover his true identify. All of this is a forgery by dangerous people. I DO NOT believe it.
Good call Mash. He does look like he is wearing a mask. Also, there were a few reports how a few of the main people involved with this have acting ties, which may not be unusual for being in Orlando but does seem slightly too coincidental. This brings me back to Sandy Hook where there were also a huge amount of discrepancies even in eyewitness accounts (2 shooters, shooter shot a strange woman, she was his mother, she was his teacher, someone see fleeing the building, no just a lone gunman, bullets hitting the floor, rifle couldnt shoot that many rounds, etc etc)
Of course everyone cries conspiracy theories but aren't they doing the same thing now with people who dont believe in flobal warming/man made climate change??
No, but apparently wackos can still dream up conspiracies.
 June 21, 2016 at 9:09pm
Yeah, what does a billionaire really know about finance. Better off with career politicians and career government sector employees, right?!?!?
 June 21, 2016 at 9:07pm
“If you want to know about Hillary Clinton’s honesty & judgment, ask the family of Ambassador Stevens.”
Trump’s gonna tear this bottom feeder apart during the debates.
We do need to pray for him, his safety, and donate to his campaign! PLEASE! Let's get behind this man! If you look at videos of him from the late 70's to now, he has been saying the same things about loving this country and how it is getting ripped off! He has not changed one iota and is a true American! We do need to support him not just verbally but financially to SHOW the establishment that we are behind him!
Presidential enough for you anti trump folks? He will draw and quarter her like William Wallace at the end of Braveheart. Can't wait to see the Hillary response and the next polls. If Bernie had the balls to say this a year ago, he might be the nominee.
 June 20, 2016 at 8:42pm
They Brits will cave and stay. That’s the state the West is in.
 June 20, 2016 at 8:41pm
Attempting to protect his own, but he’s delusional if he thinks Trump won’t win.
delusional...............there is sure a lot of that going around these days.
Actually, given fraudulent voting, rigged machines, crooked counters and Democommie Secretaries of State, it is nearly impossible for any Republican to win. OTOH, Hitlery in the White house may hasten the day that the tree of liberty is refreshed (which would be a significant improvement to the Democommie plans to reduce the few remaining middle-class Americans to serfdom or dhimmitude). Semper Fi!!
There are a lot of people, republican and democrats alike who want things to remain just as they are now. It makes it easier to rationalize more government control and spying on the people in the name of protecting everyone.
 June 18, 2016 at 9:47pm
Don’t worry; Trump will win the general. Kick back and watch it unfold.
 June 18, 2016 at 9:45pm
Never thought I’d live to see the day when Republicans behaved like democrats.
Never thought I would see the day Republicans bought the BS of a Democrat con man like The Dump either.
“Never thought I’d live to see the day when Republicans behaved like democrats.”
That’s interesting….I have noticed it for a decade and i know it was going on long before that
You Still haven't.
Trump always sounds so Presidential. Whether he’s calling out the Mexican judge in the class action lawsuit against his University for his Mexican beliefs, slamming Megan Kelley, calling women ugly and stupid, bragging about he predicted another mass murder in this country, planning to conquer the Middle East and take their oil, possibly using nuclear weapons on ISIS, build a great wall between us and Mexico start trade wars with our trading partners, taking care of the Muslims and blacks or saying he’ll withdraw from NATO. It’s all so Presidential, so powerful, so strong, far more than any other President in my lifetime.
This is like an IQ test for America. And I’m sure we’ll pass, or at least I hope we do.
They have been out Democrating the Democrats for several years.
You are the one that voted for progressive Trump.
And Democrats behave like communists
where the hell have you been the last 30 year,s
Uh... Can you say, "Donald Trump"?
Republicans are worse than democrats: the Dems always stand behind their own no matter what but the repubs stabbing their own members' back to get ahead
Knau, the problem with the Republican’s is with the leadership. They want to be more like the Democrat’s to take away votes from that side instead of taking the ‘independent’ territory. This often means selling out Conservative principles in favor of more progressive one’s. The Republican’s lose more support than they gain because, like you said, Democrat’s stick to their own. Democrat’s even voted for the most progressive candidate in the Republican Primary and they are weighted higher as a result of the rules (again manufactured by Republican leadership). The base of the party was always the Conservative’s. How do you expect a Conservative to swallow this knowing it goes against everything they believe? I’d rather vote for Hillary and I hate Hillary. I wasn't born a Republican and I don't have anything in common with these types of Republican's. I no longer call myself a Republican, I'm now independent.
Well, to the Democrats, all that matters is the "D" next to their candidate's name.
A lot of Republicans (the conservative ones usually) actually care about the candidate's principles and, if he has none (like Trump), they are not going to support him.