Agree, except Trump can't stick with issues because he doesn't have the answers for the details. Therefore he needs to do outrageous things to keep the media focused on him and distracted from his lack of depth.
Does his campaign come down to offering more Hope and Change?
 August 25, 2015 at 7:40pm
Yep. It’s tough when you build a monster to go after your enemies and it turns on you. Along with Glenn, I expect the Democrat convention in Philadelphia to look a lot like 1968. I hope the cops and firefighters are prepared.
 August 25, 2015 at 7:36pm
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 August 25, 2015 at 7:23pm
I hear Jeb is in so much trouble, the establishment GOP is wanting to bring Romney out of mothballs. Unreal.
 August 25, 2015 at 6:56pm
Everyone here is fighting the Trump/Beck war when the real war that is shaping up is Obama/Biden vs the Clintons. That is going to be a battle to remember. Fidel Castro vs Mao Tse Tung. Epic food fight.
When is Beck going to recognize that he has never backed a winner.
 August 25, 2015 at 6:41pm
Glenn thinks Huckabee and Graham are progressives. He likes Santorum but isn’t showing any support for him this election cycle. And I don’t recall Glenn being wildly enthusiastic about Romney last time either. What are you talking about? He favors Cruz.
 August 25, 2015 at 6:33pm
Why do people consider Trump to be the one outsider? He has played the game. He is not an innocent outsider. Cruz is the one guy that has stood up and called DC a corrupt cartel. That doesn’t count for anything? He is the one guy that stood up to GOP leadership, alone I might add, and got shredded for it while the rest cowered in their closets. Carson is an outsider and seems to be a man of principle and character. Bobby Jindal is making some noise out there too. Is he an insider? It is early, folks. Kick the tires. There are some really good principled candidates out there. Don’t just buy the first flashy candidate that comes along.
August 25, 2015 at 6:16pm
Personally, I like the glasses. Not as good as the wire glasses, but I like them. No comment on the sweaters.
So he moved his business and his home to the Dallas, Texas area and has a farm on the side. What’s wrong with that. Some of you people sound like you have been taking classes from Elizabeth Warren.
August 25, 2015 at 6:07pm
No dispersions on you, @bbyrdhouse, but I am really getting tired of being told that we need “smarter” leaders; that our leaders are “stupid”; that we need a “smarter” government. The problem is not stupid leaders (okay, okay, there are a few); the problem is the number of corrupt leaders. We need to stop falling for the line that “if we just got some smart people in there, all would be fine”. No, we need leaders that are not for sale; we need leaders that are not corrupt. And we need a much smaller government. A large government = large $$$ = corruption. A small government = small $$$ = less corruption.
[-3] August 25, 2015 at 5:31pm
A guy who has, admittedly, given money to politicians so he can get favors from them is not part of the GOP (or DNC) establishment? Are you sure about that? He has been part of the game. What makes you so sure he won’t fall right back in bed with them when he becomes president? Use your brains people. Make sure of the character of the person you choose to follow. You may be just one of the lemmings being lured over the cliff.
Is it legal to give money to support politicians? Yep. Nothing wrong there.
Do other politician admit they are being bought by that money? Nope. they just take it and keep quiet.
Trump also said he was all for transparency in the giving. So everyone would know who gave money to who.
There is at least a chance that Trump will not be controlled by outside money.
There is ZERO chance that any of the other candidate will NOT be controlled by corporate money. EVERY ONE OF THEM WILL. That ALL have pacs and super pacs that are totally funded by corporate America. They will ALL be beholden to those donors.
THAT is being a lemming, allowing that to continue to happen to us in every election. Them placing who THEY want in place and leaving us with no other choices except to support them or not vote.
At least Trump has a chance to stick it in their eye ans twist it. If he doesn't, we certainly won't be any worse off that we would be with bush.
[-1] August 25, 2015 at 5:18pm
I’ll bet a lot of people said the same thing in Germany, circa early 1930s. Be careful what you wish for. As we have already experienced once, all “change” isn’t necessarily good.
Trump dislikes illegals NOT the jews. Trump has 100s examples of being kind to his fellow man and charitable. IS that also found in Hitler's past?
Trump movement compared to Germany circa 1930s is utter non sense.
 August 25, 2015 at 5:14pm
When it comes to Trump, I feel like I have been beamed back to 2007-2008. All that is missing is a Trump “Hope and Change” bumper sticker. I appreciate the candor of Mr. Trump and the no-nonsense, no-PC of Mr. Trump. However, it terrifies me every time he says that “he can get things done”. I have yet to hear him say he will work with Congress to get things done. We already have a president that “gets things done” without Congress and using his “pen and a phone”. To me, Trump just looks like the mirror image of Obama. I want someone who stands on the rule of law and the Constitution; not just someone who “gets things done”. I’m not into “the end justifies the means”. I want the restoration of our Constitutional Republic.
Oh, and by the way, anyone who tells you that they are going to bring manufacturing jobs back to the USA is at best naive and at worst a liar. That goes for Trump or Santorum. It isn’t going to happen when the USA insists on a $15 an hour minimum wage. The USA cannot compete with the rest of the world. The USA needs to go back to the entrepreneurial roots that made it great. That means small business, not massive assembly line corporations. Assembly line jobs are moving to robotics, especially with the high cost of human labor. Manufacturing jobs for people are gone; deal with it and move on.
I read that one last night. In addition to the spectacle detailed here, also mentioned in that article is the 2013 protest in Oklahoma where a group of pro-abortion activists surrounded a group of pro-life advocates and began loudly chanting, "Hail Satan! All hail Satan!" But no worries, they don't believe he's actually real, and, you know, ritually sacrificing all those unborn children to him is just for laughs!
August 24, 2015 at 5:25pm
All together now, and on key please… The Villages….
August 24, 2015 at 5:23pm
Good luck keeping “old Joe” on script. The guy is a walking, talking gaffe machine. And credibility with world leaders? I would say “kiss it goodbye”, but Obama has already got that six feet under. I guess Joe will put the headstone on it.
August 24, 2015 at 5:19pm
If Biden becomes president, does that mean there will be skinny dipping in the white house pool like JFK instead of interns in the closet like WJC?
August 24, 2015 at 5:14pm
Obama owns the Democrat Party; all of his fundraising efforts have put plenty of cash in his coffers so that he can control the flow of money to the Democrat candidates. It matters little to me who he endorses; I won’t vote for any of the Marxists, Communists, Socialists, or Progressives in that party.
 August 24, 2015 at 4:48pm
“No but taxpayers do fund the water/power and other basic utilities essential to conducting business.” Excuse me, but you have been listening to Obama and Elizabeth Warren too much. Businesses pay taxes too; in fact, they usually have to pay more toward the development and maintenance of utilities through property taxes. Oh, and they also pay taxes and fees to maintain roads and sidewalks. Stop with the “you didn’t build that” garbage. It is nonsense.
 August 24, 2015 at 4:21pm
It is “Animal Farm”. Don’t say we weren’t warned. Read it.
 August 24, 2015 at 4:18pm
Forcing someone to participate in an event that violates their conscience IS persecution, no matter who you are.