• #NeverHillary

    • Works for me.

    • Brett_McS

      The irony of the Democrat race is that the inevitable nominee, Hillary “death warmed up” Clinton, is the real “Weekend at Bernie’s” candidate.

  • Brett_McS

    I try to look on the bright side. If Trump becomes President then the media will stop being Presidential lap dogs and will suddenly re-discover their role of speaking truth to power, and if Hillary wins we won’t have to watch a President Trump sign Chuck Schumer’s bill to provide immediate amnesty and a promise (pinky swear!) to build the wall.

    • Always a silver lining!

    • The media are a leftist propaganda outlet. They are incapable of telling the truth or even reporting the facts. They are on a mission to aid and speed the destruction of Western civilization and will not be deterred from that goal.

      • Justin St.Denis

        This has been true for decades. The difference now is that most working in the MSM are very bad at what they do and have become very transparently biased – then they dispute that and lie about it.

        Back in the day when propagandists were literate, it was a lot harder to keep score. Easy-as-pie nowadays.

      • Maurixio Garciasanchez

        You right the the leftist media lie when they caught Rob Ford smoking crack.

  • For the GOP, the real problem still exists: how to stop Trump at the convention.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Republican delegate count says Trump needs 190 of 520 remaining delegates to reach 1237.
      Unstoppable.

    • Jay Currie

      The irony, it burns.

      The country club set – ironically given Trump’s penchant for golf courses – is done.

      • Justin St.Denis

        The golf business is suffering badly. Glenn Abbey will likely be sold to a housing developer. The cost of maintaining a course is now prohibitive. Fees are through the roof. Plus, golf is actually very, very boring to watch as well as to play, when it isn’t “trending”. Golf hasn’t been trending since Tiger Woods’ fall from grace……….

        • Jay Currie

          Come the Day!

          Dear Lord that is a boring game, to watch, to play, to hear about.

  • andycanuck

    Ha, ha. Cruz supporters at the top of the comment section are bravely predicting Cruz fighting on but when every single prediction they’ve made for the past 6 months has been completely wrong, what’s one more? (And, I hope, soon to include their prediction of Trump being wiped out by Hills in the general.)

  • Brett_McS

    The Hilldebeast is certainly beatable, it is just that the Republicans – true to form – have chosen the one least capable of doing so.

    America better prepare for its first Muslim Brotherhood Presidency, with Huma “don’t bother Hillary, she gets easily confused” Abedin in charge.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      We already have that with Obama. He has thrown the White House doors wide open for the MB.

      • Brett_McS

        OK, continuation of …

  • Jay Currie

    As a Canadian US politics are largely about entertainment value. And this is going to be “Yuge”. The chattering classes are so screwed.

    Hilly is barely a campaigner. Trump has such fun. She’ll make working points, he’ll promise jobs. The wall is divisive because it let’s Americans spit in the face of uncontrolled immigration. Obama are is an expensive dud. Trump will use it. Muslims are deeply unwelcome in America, Trump promises to keep’ em out.

    Hilly will not know what hit her.

    I don’t love Trump but compared to Hilly? It is to laugh.

    • Brett_McS

      It is great fun, but I don’t know about the chattering classes being screwed. There’s a lot to chat about.

      Anyway, I know who will be keeping a low profile in the Clinton campaign: Who?ma Abedin.

      • Norman_In_New_York

        If she is a campaign liability to Hillary, Trump will flush her out of the woodwork (if the FBI doesn’t do it first).

        • Brett_McS

          That would certainly be the smart thing to do. Problem is, The Donald isn’t very smart.

          • Justin St.Denis

            I would rethink that last sentence, Skippy, unless your own record of achievement matches The Donald’s.

          • Brett_McS

            I’ve haven’t been bankrupt once, let alone three times.

  • Brett_McS
  • canminuteman

    Burning the party to the ground is the first step in fixing it. Sometimes drastic measures are required.

    • Una Salus

      Too bad Trump alienated so many people playing to his National Enquirer reality show audience he’ll never get near the oval office. Trump supporters might want to remember that they needed Cruz supporters to hold their noses and vote and vote for him. The only thing the Donald has managed to do in this campaign is confirm everything the liberal media said about him and they haven’t even got started yet.

      • canminuteman

        The National Inquirer has proven itself to be just as legitimate as the New York Times, so it really doesn’t matter where the story came from. I don’t know whether or not it’s true and neither do I care because I don’t think it matters.

        If Hillary or Sanders wins, so what? The voters will get what they asked for in spades as the US becomes the next Venezuela. If that happens either the Republican party will become conservative, or a new party will form out of the ashes. The country is so far gone at this point that is really doesn’t matter any more.

        I don’t believe in “the Donald” either. I have no illusions that he will be a savior. I just like him because he will be the agent for the destruction of the Republican party, which needs to be destroyed. At this point they are really no different than the Dems.

        • Una Salus

          I see, well let me tell you something. Once a country goes Venezuela it doesn’t come back in the next few election cycles. Most likely it never comes back. This isn’t a video game where you get to kick over the table until someone changes the game to one you like. It’s game over for people like you spud.

  • FivePointSpurgeon

    First step to Trump’s 45 state mandate.

  • Pavelina

    That’s what we said about the Democratic Party: we didn’t leave it, it left us.