User Profile: MrOldtimer


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  • [1] August 31, 2015 at 9:53am

    I always get my conservative news on MSNBC and NPR. Nizaka Bruhzinski is the best! Thanks for telling us how to think! Wow! (We’re such dunderboobies! Gosh!)

    NPR headliner…. Why Trump is a dodo head and will never be president of Mexico:

    The ‘Trump Effect’ Alienating Conservative Latinos
    NPR-2 hours ago
    The current front-runner in the Republican presidential primary, Donald Trump, is sparking a debate about immigration that’s beginning to …

  • [13] August 30, 2015 at 6:24pm

    I went to friend Wiki with an open mind. Not knowing, I decided to give the Beloved One a pass IF McK were a democrat. However….

    William McKinley (January 29, 1843 – September 14, 1901 was a republican.

    Q: In your esteemed opinion, had McKinley been a democrat, would Obama have done the name change thing?

    Personally, I’m pretty sure he would not have. In other news, it’s a long time until January 2017. I submit that the best of Obama’s transformations are still coming. Stay tuned.

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  • [1] August 30, 2015 at 4:05pm

    Addendum: I don’t really care what the Washington Post thinks and neither should you, btw. But the polling info is accurate, and that I do care about and so should you.

    Especially if you are a Trump denier, note that your ranks are thinning. Not saying you’re completely wrong for denying Trump if you do it in an honest way. Just an interesting fun fact for you, George Will, some democrats and all of the GOP Establishment.

  • [1] August 30, 2015 at 3:49pm

    Snarky comments (often with missepelled words below) notwithstanding Trump who is running for CEO In Chief must be doing something right. The Washington Post believes, at least as of August 30, 2015.


    Donald Trump leads the Republican 2016 field in a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics of Iowa voters. But that’s not the real story.

    The real story is contained deeper in the poll. In May, when the Register last polled, 27 percent of likely Iowa GOP caucus-goers viewed Trump favorably while 63 percent regarded him unfavorably. In the new poll, which was released Saturday night, Trump’s favorable number is at 61 percent and his unfavorable at 35 percent.

    Um, WHAT?

    Let me put it another way: W-H-A-T???

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  • August 29, 2015 at 11:54pm

    Some folks (and you couldn’t convince them of this about themselves in a million years) will whine and moan that there isn’t a pie shop in town. Trump opens one that serves all flavors every day except lemon meringue on Sundays and they’ll complain with bitter tears about that.

    What do they want? Everything. When do they want it? Right now!

  • [3] August 29, 2015 at 11:40pm

    Racing fans harken:

    Like as to racing, Trump is the guy running without a RESTRICTOR PLATE. And we, the judges say “so what?”

    He’s lapped the rest of the field who now can remove their restrictor plates…but choose not to.
    Before Trump even thought of announcing we ALL said, this time around the game will NOT be the same. Didn’t we? Well, it’s not. And you got Trump to thank for it. You know that.

    If you don’t like Trump, at least learn from him. Duh. The man may not be as smart as he thinks, but so far he’s smarter than the competition…and news media. Give him credit for that.

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  • August 29, 2015 at 11:34pm

    I upvoted you kmcsharry because you are right. However, I’m still conflicted. On the one hand Trump is as close to what the old Beck warned about (before he went goofy) about going too far in the right direction, and on the other, we’re so far to the left that Trump may be the only viable solution to at least try to rebalance the equation.

    Should Trump ascend I would trust to the commie gubment/media to keep him in check….only not so much check as the rest of the field. All is not lost if he wins…or loses. We’re in the best shape for winning this time around that we have been in years and years.

    But, should we lose…then, all may very well be lost. Let us all count our current candidate blessings…even Trump.

  • [3] August 29, 2015 at 12:58pm

    Yeah, except the hope is that maybe he’ll be *our* dictator for a change. If it came down to Trump or Hillary, which it may, which dictator do you prefer? We wouldn’t even be using the d word if O had not skewed and near destroyed the process for the last 7 years.

  • [1] August 29, 2015 at 12:46pm

    What’s bugging you panther72117 and all the rest of the thinking people is that Trump gives you all the (figurative not literal) ammo you need to take him out, and still you’re torn about whether or not to drop the hammer.

    I’m undecided. But I know that me and the rest of the torn will know all we need to know by February 2016.

    This much I do know. The rest of the field (many GREAT conservatives) pale in comparison and always will…whether Trump makes it to the primary or not.

  • [3] August 29, 2015 at 12:30pm

    First El Trumpo reminds us of the illegal thing. Then he spanks Horhay Ramos. CNN tries their hand at uptrumping and they are chastised roundly. What’s not to love about this guy?

    In case you missed the post below the first time, I shall repost a portion below as a reminder of what Trump reminded us of to begin with.

    To wit:

    Were the 11m illegals bunched up they could replace the whole population of from one to several states. Do the math. How in the world did we miss this? (Trump didn’t.)

    7 Ohio 11,536,504
    8 Michigan 9,883,640
    9 Georgia 9,687,653
    10 North Carolina 9,535,483
    11 New Jersey 8,791,894
    12 Virginia 8,001,024
    13 Washington 6,724,540
    14 Massachusetts 6,547,629
    15 Indiana 6,483,802
    16 Arizona 6,392,017
    17 Tennessee 6,346,105
    18 Missouri 5,988,927
    19 Maryland 5,773,552
    20 Wisconsin 5,686,986
    21 Minnesota 5,303,925
    22 Colorado 5,029,196
    23 Alabama 4,779,736
    24 South Carolina 4,625,364
    25 Louisiana 4,533,372
    26 Kentucky 4,339,367
    27 Oregon 3,831,074
    28 Oklahoma 3,751,351
    29 Connecticut 3,574,097
    30 Iowa 3,046,355
    31 Mississippi 2,967,297
    32 Arkansas 2,915,918
    33 Kansas 2,853,118
    34 Utah 2,763,885
    35 Nevada 2,700,551
    36 New Mexico 2,059,179
    37 West Virginia 1,852,994
    38 Nebraska 1,826,341
    39 Idaho 1,567,582
    40 Hawaii 1,360,301
    41 Maine 1,328,361
    42 New Hampshire 1,316,470
    43 Rhode Island 1,052,567
    44 Montana 989,415
    45 Delaware 897,934
    46 South Dakota 814,180
    47 Alaska 710,231
    48 North Dakota 672,591
    49 Vermont 625,741
    50 Washington, D. C. 601,723
    51 Wyoming 563,62

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  • August 29, 2015 at 10:25am

    Here’s a piece of the Trump puzzle for you to masticate. (Means gnaw on.)

    You know, whether you are a supporter or denier that Trump is some kind of crazy hybrid.

    Here it comes…. In all of history we have ever voted for the best LEADER of the free world. Well, it just so happens for the first time ever that this guy Trump is running to be the MANAGER of the free world.

    There is a difference. Chew on it. (Be very careful. The establishment tried chewing on it and choked.)

  • [1] August 28, 2015 at 6:27pm

    More moron news trivia: TIME battles Chicago Trib. Conservatives chortle.(That’s my headline. Their headlines below.)

    The Jorge Ramos Effect’ Could Hurt Donald Trump
    TIME-2 hours ago

    Donald Trump’s win-win spat with Hispanic news anchor
    Opinion-Chicago Tribune-Aug 27, 2015

  • [4] August 28, 2015 at 12:40pm

    You’re not going to make a lot of friends here trotting out America hating stuff like this. Trump deniers and Trump criers both have one thing in common. They love America, such as it is. If we want to knock it, that’s one thing. We got that covered. We don’t take kindly to other countries doing it.
    You’ll have to come up with better pull quotes. Grrr!

  • [1] August 28, 2015 at 11:35am

    “Brad who?” Double dittos.
    In other news you gotta give Glenn massive gutsy kudos. As a former student and follower the one thing that always bugged me back then was his stated and unstated but obvious negatory views on Dixie. He exuded all the typical northern aggressive behavior.

    Now he is in the very beating ventricle of the south, Birmingham, Alabama. I’m thinking it takes as much guts for him (with his southern phobia) to do that as it would take for me (a southerner) to get on the Trailways bus and go to New York City. Ain’t happening. Brave Glenn!

  • [1] August 27, 2015 at 11:40pm

    Now it is a fact that Trump supporters might be idiots. However, do Trump deniers have any concept of what one note idiots they sound like? Take my advice, Trump deniers. Get a heavy cudgel and just go ahead and pound away at your own head. Your slow slide to madness is too painful for the rest of us to watch.

    To wit:

    The havoc that Trump wreaks — on his own party
    Washington Post-Aug 26, 2015
    Gorgeous George Will

    Every sulfurous belch from the molten interior of the volcanic Trump phenomenon injures the chances of a Republican presidency….

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  • [-8] August 27, 2015 at 11:09pm

    When I saw the headline, “Beck Says Donald Trump Will Likely Lose Many Supporters Over Quotes Like This” it caused my mind to explode. Yet another hanging slow ball. Jeez.

    As a former (finally recovered) Beck disciple I thought, “Hey, takes one to know one”…that is, in regards to losing supporters by making dumb statements.

    Rush gave me the scalpel of discernment. Beck honed it to perfection. Then he wandered off to la la Disneyland. Whatever happened to Disney anyway?

    And while I’m on this rant, whatever happened to Bill Clinton? Haven’t heard a word out of him lately either even with his poor lovely wife, Granny Rodham under massive and wonderful bombardment by rascally republicans.

    Ah, strange times.

  • August 27, 2015 at 10:54pm

    Gotcha Rob. I heard that as well. So, now I’m really conflicted. Was Rush offering what mighta been or what might be? Stay tuned!

  • [11] August 27, 2015 at 5:30pm

    If I read Rush right today he’s close to unveiling a theory that Trump could drop out at peak flavor and goodness and endorse someone in his place. Now were that to happen who might that be?

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  • [2] August 27, 2015 at 3:08pm


  • [3] August 27, 2015 at 2:56pm

    One might say that the media didn’t pound McCain either until he won the nomination. That would be accurate.

    The important difference, though, is that McCain is a very foolish person. He bought into the adulation, even though he was copiously warned that the minute he ascended they would turn on him. And they did.

    Trump has the MSM as flummoxed as the establishment…and he isn’t acting like they are pals. He’s an equal opportunity criticizer….and still he gets away with it.

    Something historic is going on here firey. I’m as Alabama conservative as they make ‘em and I’m loving every minute of what’s going for a change. Been a loooooong time. I’m leaning more toward Trump every day. But I can yank it all back in a Trump NY minute.

    Even more crazy? Alabama loves Trump. I don’t know of a time in history that Alabama has ever considered a NY semi-lib. It’s nuts! But I like it. Fun!

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