Joseph: In the REAL America, where justice once prevailed, Obama and Hillary both would be in prison for TREASON – and, for that matter, most of the GOP and Democrats would be sharing a cell with them.
How is it possible that Republicans don’t understand what is at stake? I am a transplanted Canadian and not even a conservative, and I get it.
First of all, if Clinton wins and the Republicans lose their majority in the House and Senate, you can kiss your country goodbye. Liberal justices on the Supreme Court no longer vote according to law, but rather their political views. As far as the legitimacy of the election, the fact that the courts have deemed that the asking of photo identification at voting stations is racism and the refusal of the Dems to clean up voter lists should tell us that the election is not legitimate.
Just a quick note to thank you for making sure that the truth is coming out concerning this election cycle. It is truly difficult to read or listen to many of the other options.
My one concern is about an unanswered question I know you are equally concerned with: Should Mrs. Clinton reach the White House, just exactly what are her intentions for the “deplorable” and the “irredeemable” people? Does she truly know what these words mean? I can see that she may be able to order “re-education” for the deplorable people, but “irredeemable” carries the connotation that not even God can find a ... continue reading »
The media is making a big deal about Trump saying that he will wait until the election takes place before he decides whether it is acceptable. It seems to me that it was the Democrats and Al Gore back in 2000 that would not accept the results of the election and pushed it all the way to the Supreme Court. What a bunch of hypocrites.
Pat Buchanan’s commentary arguably ends on a note of resignation. Buchanan writes that, in the event Clinton, Ryan and McConnell head the government in 2017, the “deplorables” will, in his words, “have to accept the new regime.” In ordinary times, that might be case, but these are not ordinary times.
Buchanan underestimates the anger and vexation, if not rage, seething within half the citizenry who, in the spirit of Howard Beale, “are mad as hell and won’t take it anymore.” Their government of career leeches and ... continue reading »