Trump is weaponizing “Merry Christmas”

Now it’s time to simply laugh our collective arses off at Leftists. With each passing day they prove more ludicrous and dispensable.

We know that Christmas is under assault. Christian values are under assault. We know that “being a good person” is under assault. Consideration is under assault. Rudeness is becoming the norm predominantly because so many people are self-centered and narcissistic — as exemplified by none other than Barack Hussein Obama.

Now, Leftists are simply being risible.

From (you know, that fine, credible source of Leftist news):

Donald Trump Is Trying to Take Ownership of the Phrase Merry Christmas

by Ben Mathis-Lilley

So now the phrase Merry Christmas, thanks to the long-running far-right “War on Christmas” conspiracy theory—which was invented by the white-nationalist John Birch Society in 1959—has been officially weaponized into the partisan slogan of a president elected on a wave of hateful rhetoric about, among others, refugees.

Truly, it’s what a Middle Eastern Jew who was born in a barn because no one else would take his parents in would have wanted.

Right. The intimation here is that Donald Trump is too Christian, too religious (as he, in one photo, is surrounded by six Christmas trees) and, simultaneously a racist — as goes the reference to John Birch. It’s all, you see, a Christmas “conspiracy theory.”

The sad thing for Leftists is that I have a memory, I have experienced the US for 60+ years, I have internet access and I know Christmas has been denigrated to the point where it’s nothing like it was in the 50s, 60s or even the 70s. Every seasonal commercial at Christmas had specific references to Christmas. Now? It’s just the “holidays.” The increasingly-Leftist culture has systematically pushed the word Christmas to the point where to hear it is to be the exception and not the rule. says there is no evidence whatsoever of any sort of “attack on Christmas,” that it’s simply some convenient “conspiracy theory” by conservatives. Here, then, are just a smattering of specific references with attributions:

Those citations are just from my blog.

As a refresher, because this is where the Left gets their foundational declaration that Donald Trump is racist, let’s review what he originally said about Mexico and the border. Here is the precise quote.

When do we beat Mexico at the border? They’re laughing at us, at our stupidity. And now they are beating us economically. They are not our friend, believe me. But they’re killing us economically.

The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems.

Thank you. It’s true, and these are the best and the finest. When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.

But I speak to border guards and they tell us what we’re getting. And it only makes common sense. It only makes common sense. They’re sending us not the right people.

It’s coming from more than Mexico. It’s coming from all over South and Latin America, and it’s coming probably— probably— from the Middle East. But we don’t know. Because we have no protection and we have no competence, we don’t know what’s happening. And it’s got to stop and it’s got to stop fast.

Donald Trump did not say that all Mexicans are rapists and criminals as has been stated again and again by the American Media Maggots. Yet massive evidence does exist of illegal Mexicans and others as criminals and rapists, not to mention the fiscal drain that illegals are on state and federal budgets.

The latest statistics provided by the Fake News Outlet CNN in 2015 — and I will go with these to be gracious — indicate there are 11.2 million illegals in the US. 177,960 of those were deported. 121 illegals were released from immigration custody who were charged with murder between 2010 and 2014. 73,665 illegals are in state and federal prisons.

CNN and Leftists would have you believe — using their own statistics — that 121 lawful American citizens killed by illegals is inconsequential.

I submit: it’s the very number of persons we could have done much more to stop. I’d wager the family of Katie Steinle would agree, as their daughter’s killer had been deported on five prior occasions. Further, the US spent $1.87 BILLION dollars in 2014 to incarcerate illegal immigrant criminals. Illegal immigrant incarceration rates are greatly under-represented.

The discrepancy seems to be this: Donald Trump appears to support America. He also seems to support the application of border law.

So: Donald Trump “weaponizing” Christmas?

Leftists continuing to prove: M O R O N S.



Obama wants and supports ILLEGAL immigrant voting

Watch and listen to the video.

And then note the comments and discussion by Neil Cavuto.

Barack Hussein Obama and DC could not care less about the rule of law.

Omnium senttentiis.



Super Tuesday: make or break

John Kasich What He Really WantsThis Super Tuesday it’s make or break time for two people.

Marco Rubio has to win Florida.  It’s his state after all.  He’s their senator.

John Kasich has to win Ohio.  It’s his state after all.  He’s their governor.

Ted Cruz already won his state, Texas.

In order to win Ohio, however, John Kasich has taken to Hispandering, saying that it’s wrong for our Border Patrol agents to do their jobs and send illegals back.  Kasich wants the Mexican vote and will do anything for it.  Read what he said yesterday, here, with regard to his desire for amnesty within 100 days of his administration.

In the meantime, some people may not be happy about that.  Like, say, the mothers of victims killed at the hands of illegals.

Grieving Mom Responds To Kasich’s Amnesty-In-100-Days Pledge: Visit Grave Of My Murdered Child

by Julia Hahn

“It’s all so senseless,” Maureen Maloney said of the death of countless Americans at the hands of illegal aliens.

Maloney’s 23 year-old son Matthew was hit by a repeat-offending illegal alien drunk driver. Although Matthew survived the initial crash, he died as he was subsequently dragged a quarter of a mile—caught in the wheel well of the illegal alien’s pick up truck— as the alien sought to flee the crime scene. “Witnesses who saw [Matthew] pinned screaming under the truck ran out and pounded on the vehicle, crying out to the driver who kept going…'[Matthew] was alive for a good portion of it,’” wrote one report from the time.

“Somebody needs to start putting American lives first. Somebody has to take care of the people that are in this country legally,” Maloney declared.

Guess what?

That won’t be John Kasich.



Kasich Hispandering: illegals get amnesty in 100 days if you vote for me!

And the GOP decides to shoot itself in the foot once again, as if it didn’t have enough problems already.

Ohio Governor John Kasich wants amnesty for illegals within the first 100 days of his administration.

Because, after all:

John Kasich Goes All In For Amnesty: Illegals ‘Made In The Image Of The Lord’

by Julia Hahn

With Sen. Marco Rubio’s presidential hopes diminishing as his personal demons catch up with him—from his relationship with billionaire Norman Braman to his role in pushing Obama’s amnesty—the donor class seems to be turning its eyes to John Kasich’s last stand in Ohio.

1) “God Bless” Illegal Immigrants

2) “I couldn’t imagine” enforcing our current immigration laws: “That is not… the kind of values that we believe in.”

3) Kasich likened deporting the illegal population to Japanese internment camps

4) Illegal immigrants “are some of the hardest-working, God-fearing, family-oriented people you can ever meet.”

5) Allowing ICE officers to do their jobs is not “humane” 

6) America can’t deport illegal immigrants because they are “made in the image of the Lord” 

7) Kasich has called for implementing an open borders-style policy where workers can come and go as they please.

8) Kasich would enact amnesty within his first 100 days.

9) America shouldn’t address ending birthright citizenship because it’s “dividing people”

10) Illegal immigrants should be allowed to stay because “they’re here”

So, let me get this right, John Kasich.

Enforcing our laws “isn’t nice.  It’s not humane.”

How about this then, sir?  How about I decide to pick and choose — just like you and the federal governmentwhich laws I wish to obey because, bottom line, no matter what, I “mean well”?

If I “work hard” just like illegals, I should be able to, say, decide to not pay my taxes, right?.  That’s a federal law.  Illegals are breaking a federal law.  PLUS, only 55% of Americans pay taxes.  45% do not.  Many illegals not only do not pay taxes, they receive refunds from the federal government.  I can only conclude I am a dim-witted moron because I’m stupid enough to pay for the federal government to screw me.

Lawbreakers don’t pay or obey.  Why should I?

John Kasich, you unabashed DOLT.

Kasich, I disliked you anyway — but NOW you may as well simply change your (R) to a (D).  You are dead to me, and the GOP is moribund.

THIS is why Trump is resonating.



Tuesday night’s GOP debate

Hugh Hewitt & Donald TrumpCNN hosted the final Republican debate of 2015, Tuesday, December 15th.  Once again Hugh Hewitt was one of the questioners, and Wolf Blitzer was the moderator.

GOP Debate 12-15-2015First Debate:

Consisting of George Pataki, Rick Santorum, Lindsay Graham and Mike Huckabee, Huckabee appeared the most relaxed and easily spoken, whilst Graham was the most contentious but most emotive and passionate of the bunch, making some points as well.  In my mind, Graham was the winner though I certainly did not agree on all of his points.  The bottom line is this: the GOP could do without all of those persons clotting the ranks.  They should all move on.  They are yesterday’s news.

Second Debate:

The “prime” debate consisted of John Kasich, Carly Fiorina, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and Ron Paul.

Rand Paul was obnoxious, Trump neither won nor lost and, to my mind, it was a toss-up between Cruz and Rubio.  Though, I must say, Christie did in fact score some serious points.

Ben Carson was massively unimpressive; a manikin could have been substituted with equal efficacy.  Carson isn’t ready for much of anything political.  Yes, no argument, Carson is the quintessential nice and good man.  He is not a politician and not ready for a position like this at all.  I should submit he’d best stick with his day job and, at most, local politics.

Kasich was also obnoxious.  He always has been.  There is a certain “something” about Kasich that simply rubs me the wrong way.

Fiorina spoke well but no one seems interested in listening to her. Her campaign appears to be, however, run by morons who have no idea how to market her.

Bush tried massively to be what he is not: overbearing, pushy, contentious — and it doesn’t play well with him because that’s not his nature.  Most everyone can tell it’s a FALSE persona, apparently shoved onto him by his handlers.  It’s fallacious and duplicitous and even 5-year-olds can see through it.  Bush is done, stick a fork in him.  He’s not the future of the GOP.  This proves Bush will do anything to win the presidency.  Things that are so incredibly removed from his comfort factor.

We see you, Jeb.  We know who you are and who you aren’t.

Since writing this a few hours ago, I have some further input.

Upon further consideration, Cruz and Rubio disappoint.

It is Christie who, frankly, appears more presidential and not so navel-gazing.