#NeverTrumpers, He has said from the beginning that he would not use executive orders, but work with Congress to get things done. He says it is up to the states on minimum wage, etc…. I have no reson to doubt him, he is the nominee of the Republican Party, if you don’t like it, leave the Party and go Independent as the Libertarians wouldn’t want you and your far right ideals. True Conservatives want Individual Liberty for all and we want to keep social issues out of government control, but if we lose Liberty to the Democrat Socialists, well I guess it will not matter then. I will soon be gone, once they come for my guns.
California, Connecticut, New York, and Indiana already have confiscation laws, and Georgia is working on one of their own.
I just switched from Republican to Independent but there is a Libertarian this time around that makes Trump look like Lenin.
Trump is worse than establishment
@west coast, In typical Trump fashion, he has said he won’t use executive orders and he has said he will use them. “’But I’m going to use them much better and they’re going to serve a much better purpose than he’s done,’ he said”
This interview took place in January, so I’m sure he’s changed his mind a couple of more times since then.
 May 25, 2016 at 7:31pm
She hasn’t endorsed Trump yet. She is a #NeverTrump, she isn’t going to endorse him. She thinks Hillary would be better.
But, let's ALL be smart, and follow the Trump Train to the WH!
So do a majority of Americans.
Nah - She will endorse Trump eventually.
What happened to the West Coast Patriot we used to know?
West Coast Patriot -Aug. 25, 2012 at 12:51pm
"The GOP has become more corrupt than Obama. At this point I am thinking Obama can be trusted more!! That is how bad they have become.....Reince Priebus told ABC that after working with the Paul people, that the party is now unified, BS. They are nothing but liars. The Paul supporters are even more against even thinking about casting a vote for the criminal....."
"In fact, you just may see it flash at the convention. We will do all that is possible to keep Romney from getting elected now. You guys have given the Obummer another four with your ignorance and non conservative attitudes. The U.S. is about to fall and it is all the GOP’s fault.."
 May 25, 2016 at 5:48pm
Mod, I was like them in 2012, but I learned a lesson. The time to vote your conscience is during the Primaries, once a candidate emerges and takes the nomination, the party needs to put away petty differences and do what is right to protect the Constitution. I was selfish in 2012, thinking I was going to vote my conscience, that I was being a Patriot to Liberty. The second Obama term opened my eyes to what I had helped to do, kick the Constitution down the road in hopes I get a better chance next time. I inadvertently helped to damage the Constitution a little bit more. I apologize for that. I will not do it again. The Party has spoken, and now it is time for an old saying. “Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their Party!”
May 25, 2016 at 5:08pm
Yes I said that in 2012 about Romney, but why don’t you go look at my posts that I have recently posted saying how wrong I was for writing Paul’s name in. I was doing as you are doing now, letting my emotions take over my logic. I thought I was being patriotic, being true to my convictions, thinking my conscience would be clear, but it wasn’t. After seeing the damage done by Obama, I now know we were wrong. True Patriots put aside their petty differences and come together to defend the Constitution. The majority of the Republican party has spoken, louder than they did for Romney, Trump has 1209 delegates with 303 delegates left, I would say he has it in the bag, the time to vote with your conscience is in the primary, but after the primary is over, Republican’s need to unite to defend the Constitution by putting our differences aside. This country needs us to save it from the far left Socialists that want to transform the Constitution. “Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party.”
May 25, 2016 at 4:46pm
Noddy, You are thinking with emotions not logic. I get it. I did the same thing with Ron Paul, but I regret that now. It is not Patriotic to turn your back on your party, especially when there is so much at stake. As far as the delegate count? Trump has 1209 with 303 still up for grabs, Cali, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota to go. He needs 29 to get 1237, he is the nominee, now do the patriotic thing and get on board, the time to vote your conscience is in the primary. That i done for the most part, the majority have spoken so you can go hide your head in the sand or do the right thing and protect the Constitution from radicals.
May 25, 2016 at 3:27pm
doghouse5, I guess it makes you feel warm and fuzzy all over to blatant lie. If you spent 1/4 of your energy to finding the truth instead of letting your childish emotions take over your brain. If you are a Patriot, you would set your petty differences aside an do what you could to protect the Constitution from total destruction under a Hillary or Bernie Presidency, instead of thinking how important your own personal feelings are.
May 25, 2016 at 3:05pm
Guatemalanwatersnake, The #NeverTrump crowd are dealing with grief over their Conservative Candidate losing. They blindly follow Romney and Bush, two of the Republican Globalists that see Trump taking their globalization plan away from them. People tend to forget that Bush Sr. went on TV and told the American People of a new dawn for mankind, a New World Order, run by the U.N. in order to spread peace throughout the world. People tend to forget Bush Jr. saying we have to leave the free market, in order to save it. When will they say, we have to abandon freedom in order to save freedom across the world? Wit the U.N’s “Small Arms Treaty” signed by our Sec. of State, we are closer to that day. Hillary or Bernie will move us there, Trump will not. Patriots put petty differences away in order to fight for the Constitution, by doing what we did with Ron Paul, it assured another four of Obama, we cannot afford to make that mistake again. If a Ron Paul supporter, like I have been, can get behind Trump, after the things he said about Paul, I believe that Cruz supporters can learn from our mistakes in order to not repeat them. I can only hope.
 May 25, 2016 at 2:53pm
Read my post above to you, I guess Trump should have all control over people and their pledges. It shows how truly blind you #NeverTrumpers are because of your emotions. I guess we should have tarred and feathered Jerry Lewis when pledged donations were not sent in, because he said we raised this amount, and it comes up short. Your logic is flawed by selfishness and pride. Remember that Pride Cometh Before the Fall.
May 25, 2016 at 2:48pm
I meant below, I don’t have edit options for some reason.
 May 25, 2016 at 2:45pm
Hi Monk, How are you these days? Sorry, I did not see your post before my reply above. You said it with so many less words, I guess maybe I am a blowhard. LOL
I meant below, I don't have edit options for some reason.
 May 25, 2016 at 2:40pm
MAULEMALL, So, you think that if you were to do a fundraiser for the Vets, and that fundraiser had hundreds of thousands of people call in and pledge donations, your donation board shows $6 million, based on the calls, but half of them don’t send the donations as they promised, that you should step up and say “Don’t worry, I will donate the pledges that were not honored? I think not. Are you a liar because so many others decided to not honor their pledge? Oh, wait, you are a #NeverTrump, so you guys don’t believe in pledges either.
sgtjarhead, I am a Vietnam era Vet and I agree with your sentiments. The Cruz supporters are acting like Paul supporters did in 2012. I was one of those PaulBots and I can tell you, after seeing what Obama has done since that election, I have had a change of heart in what I did, writing Paul’s name in just like many did. We thought we were being Patriots, that we were voting our Conscience in the name of the Constitution, but we were wrong. A true Patriot will set aside their own petty differences in order to fight for the Constitution. I know that if Hillary, or Bernie for that matter, get in the White House, after the fact that our Sec. of State, Kerry, has signed the U.N.’s “Small Arms Treaty,” our Constitution will be decimated. Don’t rely on a Republican Congress, because after two years of yelling Republican obstructionism, I can see the Congress turn blue, after that, the U.N. will have the authority to confiscate our guns and game over. We will be at war and many will die. They fear Trump? I will vote for Trump.
 May 25, 2016 at 1:29pm
crystalsky, It was Democratic policies that led to the bubble, Ron Paul was warning of the bubble, nobody listened, it had to burst, because of the liberal policy. A businessman, in this type of industry, seeing this, would naturally look forward to making money off it, since it was going to happen anyway, is just doing his job. Give me a break. Soros thinks like Trump? No, Soros helps bubbles burst. Trump isn’t out there trying to make things go bad like Soros, but he is not going to sit by after it happens, just like he won’t just sit by and help along our countries destruction, but will do what he can to save it, otherwise, his empire crumbles also.
 May 25, 2016 at 1:12pm
I consider myself a Constitutional Libertarian, I was a Ron Paul supporter (referred as a Paulbot here on The Blaze), and I felt like you guys, mad at Romney, mad at the GOP, mad at the RNC, all for the way they treated Paul with the rigged system and changing the rules at the Convention, etc…. I, like many others, did what you guys are proposing today, and look what it did. After watching Obama for another term, I thought I was being true to liberty, the Constitution, my conscience would be clear. Afterwards, I came to the realization that I had been selfish, and I had let my emotions override my common sense. I thought I was being a Patriot, but being a Patriot requires putting aside your petty differences and do what is right in the defense of the Constitution, as our Founders did in defense of Independence; “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” Hillary Clinton, or Bernie for that matter, with the “Small Arms Treaty” already signed by our Sec. of State, are more dangerous to our Constitution than anyone, even Obama, in our history. I choose to be a Patriot and vote against Hillary or Bernie.
[-1] May 25, 2016 at 12:33pm
I learned my lesson. I did the same thing for Ron Paul. I wrote his name in. Seeing the actions of Obama over another four taught me a lesson. I said I was being a Patriot for not voting for Romney, that I was voting my conscience. What did it give me? A heavy heart for being so selfish, instead of doing what I could to try and protect the Constitution, that is what a true Patriot does. Puts aside his own interests, for the better good, the Constitution. I hope that you do not put yourself in my position, leaving you with regrets. It is what it is, Trump is the nominee, Hillary and Bernie are both more dangerous to the Constitution, than any time in the past.
May 25, 2016 at 4:15am
pastelazo, The true Conservative is more like Libertarianism. You claim to be far right and that is not a benefit to Individual Liberty as the right feels the need to push their moral views on everyone else. All this I am the true Conservative, you are a Liberal because you are not as Conservative as I am. BS. “If you analyze it I believe the very heart and soul of conservatism is libertarianism. I think conservatism is really a misnomer just as liberalism is a misnomer for the liberals — if we were back in the days of the Revolution, so-called conservatives today would be the Liberals and the liberals would be the Tories. The basis of conservatism is a desire for less government interference or less centralized authority or more individual freedom and this is a pretty general description also of what libertarianism is.” – Ronald Reagan
[-1] May 25, 2016 at 4:03am
I would not say the Constitution is written in plain English for easy comprehension, as it is vague in ways to open it to interpretation. It is also not legalese language but a highly theory-laden “constitutional language” would be a better description. Just my two cents worth.
I disagree. I think it is written in the language of the day, but we no longer speak such proper English. I don't think it is open to interpretation. I think it is plain, and easily understood. I think that lawyers have so convoluted the language that people no longer look at the Constitution as having a plain understanding. I don't think it is the SCOTUS's job to interpret the constitution, but rather to apply it in those instances where the Constitution gives the Supreme Court their authority. Judicial review is not found in the Constitution, but that seems to be all that people think the SCOTUS is for.
It was written is the prose of the era in which it was written. At that time, it was very clear and plainly spoken. Just because we as a people of degraded the English language over the past 200 years, does not make it less true.
The constitution was written in plain language by the founders intentionally. It is only vague to the dull who have multiple definition of the word "Is" or purposely obfuscated to twist the meaning. If you have a question as to any part of the Constitution just take each word and look up the definition. It is not written in Lawyerese and only common definitions apply, it is for the people. Not like courts or laws written by congress that utilize legal jibber jabber where there maybe a legitimate argument as to what your definition is is..is!
Meant to add to my statement..That is the reason courts struggle so much with the constitution..They can not torture the words into legalese mumbo jumbo and often come up with bazaar interpretations.
 May 25, 2016 at 2:59am
Mula, His policies? He has positions, just like any other candidate. Now on positions, his are nothing like Clinton’s. https://www.donaldjtrump.com/
The problem with the #NeverTrump crowd is they are not willing to let go of emotions. You guys can do whatever you want, it is a free country as of right now, but for me, I am a Patriot, and Patriots put away their differences when the Constitution is in danger. If the Constitution was not in the danger it is now, it wouldn’t matter as much, but that just is not the case. Kerry has already signed the U.N.’s “Small Arms Treaty”and all that is needed is a Congresss that will vote yay with a President to sign, goodbye 2nd amendment, not to mention the Supreme Court. If Hillary gets in, I predict she will convince enough of the electorate of Republican obstructionism to change Congress blue. That will be the start of total destruction, because once they enact confiscation of guns, game over.
 May 24, 2016 at 10:54pm
I get the same thing, but usually it just takes a lot longer for it to post. You might have angered a moderator, think facebook, and they put you in a line, then look at yours a little harder. It makes it harder to get your thoughts to others.
 May 24, 2016 at 10:47pm
You #NeverTrumpers can do whatever you want, as for me, I will do whatever I have to do to save the Republic and the Constitution from total destruction. To do otherwise is pure selfishness and misdirected pride, and you know the saying, “Pride cometh before the Fall.”
Ask a never Trump why they are a never Trump? Most of them don't have a clue except one of their friends is a never Trump
so they are too.
Which saying applies more to Trump and his base. Are you saying that "Make America great again", smacks less of pride than "Reigniting the promise of America." ? If so then you lack an understanding of the meaning of the word pride. Trump PERSONIFIES unjustifiable pride. He managed to start with only a few hundred million and ( through a series of well constructed bankruptcies, shady deals, and lawsuits) build himself into the giant of "reality" TV that he is today. I happen to believe that Trump will be just as bad for the Republic and the Constitution as Hillary. At least with Hillary in we can get the congressional Republican majorities to counter her madness. Trump will get congressional majorities that will be forced to agree with his madness for their careers sake AND to the detriment of the nation.
Allow me to quote YOU "Any candidate that moves their positions to the left right or center in order to fool you into voting for them are lying to you. He is a cheat, worse than Obama." West Coast Patriot -Aug. 24, 2012 at 1:04pm
He's for abortion then he's against abortion.
He's for the assault weapons ban now he's against it.
He's donating to Hillary Clinton's campaign now he's running against her.
Maybe you recall that Trump ENDORSED Mitt Romney?
But you'll say something like, "Oh, no, he's just a complicated guy." Maybe, but...Trump on abortion “I’m pro-life, and I was originally pro-choice. I will say this, that as a developer and as a businessman I’m not sure I was ever even asked the question, ‘Are you pro-life, pro-choice?’ … I have evolved."
Who exactly does that sound like to you? How much do you think he's evolved exactly? Let's take a look, shall we?
In 1999, Trump publicly said he was a supporter of abortion rights as a matter of women’s choice. In an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Trump was asked whether he would ban abortions, or at least “partial-birth” abortions. He said he would not, and that he is “pro-choice in every respect.”
I don't think any creature in the entire naturally history of the world has evolved as much in so short a time as Donald Trumps opinions. But you can't see that I guess. I wonder what it is that's blinding you to this? Could it be pride?