Depends on the strings she can pull and if her popularity doesn't continue to plummet. Once she becomes a liability to the Leviathan of the ever hungry progressive State, she'll be summarily sacrificed like all diabolical incompetent henchmen of ultimate evil.
It is also hard to grab a greased pig. Sorry Pigs.
 August 18, 2015 at 9:36am
I would love to know how many black lives were taken by other blacks in the last seven days….and then compare how many cops killed blacks during the same time period!!
Black Lives Matter are a bunch of communist anarchists that hurt the sincere argument for race relations.
Same here. Glad we didn't have those camera toting idiots in our time. I was sad to see the Trooper let the threat go by. Certainly he could have taken him for a 72 hour mental observation and used this idiots camera as proof of his instability.
 August 3, 2015 at 7:14am
Another reason why I (we) can’t wait for November 2016.
I hate to admit it, but I think a businessman would handle the “climate change” problem a little differently.
I don't think we can wait that long. These commie vermin have stepped up their game like they have nothing to lose. There either needs to be a convention of the states to throw the commies out of federal office or another civil war if we are to save any vestiges of a free republic.
Trump won't solve the problem.
Don't buy the hype.
After much prayer and meditation, the state of our Nation is going to get much worse.
 August 1, 2015 at 8:12am
My late Father was a member but called it the US Army Air Corps….technically incorrect but who really cares? I don’t.
DZ-015 thanks for the interesting info.
 August 1, 2015 at 4:06am
Not to nitpick, but it was the US Army Air Forces, so named 20 June 1941.
The U.S. Air Force was formed out of the Army Air Forces in 1947 during the Truman administration. World War II veterans who were in the U.S. Army Air Forces can have their government issued grave markers inscribed with either the “U.S. Army” or “U.S. Air Force” designation for branch of service, The latter might give the wrong impression to someone visiting a grave site who does not know the history. It probably belongs to a veteran who lived long after the war and who identified with the new branch of service as a matter of pride.
My father joined the U.S. Army Air Corps, which eventually became the U.S. Air Force.
In the old days people took the Constitution so seriously, that they were afraid it might not be constitutional to have an Air Force. So the first military aircraft were part of existing branches. The idea of a US Air Force was hammered around by lawmakers. Eventually a small Air Force was establish, after that survived scrutiny, the rest of the U.S. Army air Corps became the U.S. Air Force.
So when my father joined, he joined the Army Air Corps, but by the time he was surplused, it was the US Air Force.
 July 30, 2015 at 5:50pm
This is a
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 July 21, 2015 at 2:52pm
I saw the speech and while he is very good in holding your attention, I have to agree that he’s a Jeb Bush look-a-like.
Sorry, I can’t vote RINO.
 July 18, 2015 at 1:55pm
I posted this comment over at TheRightScoop.com
I’ve liked Trump from the beginning and have said so within these pages many times.
I haven’t liked McCain’s politics for years and have also said that herein.
Having said that – I fought in that lousy stinking war during the Tet Offensive in 1968 – I was never captured but did spend some time in hospital as a result of wounds incurred by the NVA and not the VC…….I’m afraid Trump is on the verge of losing me for such assinine comments about McCain. The SOB was shot down and captured and he is a fellow Viet Nam Veteran who was denigrated by the leftists back in the 60′s and 70′s as was I ————- tread lightly Mr. Trump. Until you can show me your VA ID card and maybe the scars of a battle or two – SHUT THE HELL UP!!!
I don’t think he was trying to be disrespecting to anyone who fought. If anything he thinks all military people are hero’s, but the people who fought and injured do not have the title Hero next to their name yet because McCain was shot down and a prisoner he does? Because Trump don’t have that political filter and isn’t reading off of a teleprompter he of course didn’t say it in the way he meant. I am just guessing, but I have thought the exact same every time I see his name on TV and right under it Viet Nam War Hero! Funny anyone else I read Viet Nam Vet?
This is trump. It's what he does. This whole thing is a cash grab and his assholery just made him richer.
Spot on. He needs to put the flamethrower away and stick to the issues.
I was there, too and I don't consider myself a hero or often have anyone call me one. I did my job; nothing more, nothing less.
Throughout my career though, including while I was In-Country, I heard stories from other Vietnam Veteran Pilots, about how McCain had "broken the faith"; given information to the enemy about other POW's, accepted special treatment from the enemy, used his special status as the son of an Admiral and other claims along those lines. I don't know if any of those stories are true, where they originated, or who started them, but I have to admit that they do leave a sour taste in my mouth.
Fortunately, I'm not from Arizona and he's never made it to the ballot in any of his Presidential runs, so I've never had to ask myself whether or not I can vote for him. Could I vote for McCain ? I honestly don't know. I suppose that if it came down to McCane or Killary, I'd have to vote for him, but I don't think I'd like it.
Don't think the Donald was trying to offend any Veteran. He didn't offend me. McCain served his country during time of war that is true, but that was then, this is now. Calling all supporters of the Donald idiots sealed McCain's fate at least with this veteran (that would be me). McCain needs to retire to his mansion out west and be happy with his rich wife. Just my humble opinion. :)