Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Links To Political News Columns & Videos...

Americans Hate Government More Than Ever

Tidal Wave Of Corporations Flee America

Donald Trump - A Short Interview With
Wall Street Journal's Monica Langley

Tom Delay: FBI Ready To Recommend Indictment For Hillary

Climate Changers Shocked And Puzzled By Snow In January

Hillary Clinton Has Another Major
Coughing Fit While Speaking In Iowa

Trump: 'I Might Be The Best Thing' That's Happened To Megyn Kelly

Krauthammer: It's A 'Dodge' To Claim Criticizing Trump Is Attacking His Supporters

Trump: The Establishment Is Against Me,
But They Believe I Can Get Things Done

Ted Cruz Whines That Donald Trump Is Insulting Him

Thousands Of Cuban Refugees Crossing The Border

Ted Cruz Continues To Push His "New York Values" Attack
On Donald Trump, Releases Another Ad Using The Attack

Blog Author's Comments -- It seems quite clear to me that conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh is in the corner of Sen. Ted Cruz, who is currently in second place in the Republican campaign for the nomination for the 2016 election, if one can believe the polling data.

I think he has picked Cruz because of his supposedly conservative values and Limbaugh prides himself on being Mr. Conservative. Apparently he does not believe Donald Trump is conservative enough. Would someone tell me what the so-called conservative politicians have done for the country during the past two decades? If Ted Cruz wins the GOP nomination I don't believe he can defeat Hillary Clinton and we will have the continuation of the Obama regime for at least four more years.

UPDATE: Due to the severity of bias within the Fox agenda, candidate Donald Trump has stated his attendance at the next debate is still undetermined:

Donald Trump Tells FOX News:
I May Not Show Up At Debate

Donald Trump's FOX Debate Boycott
This Was The Sarcastic Statement By FOX Which Caused Donald Trump To Reconsider His Attendance At The Debate.

FOX News: “We learned from a secret back channel that the Ayatollah and Putin both intend to treat Donald Trump unfairly when they meet with him if he becomes president,” Fox News said in the statement, adding this gem: “A nefarious source tells us that Trump has his own secret plan to replace the Cabinet with his Twitter followers to see if he should even go to those meetings.”

What Donald Trump is saying about the above press release is if this is the way a news organization conducts itself, that is going to host the debate and provide the debate moderators, I don't want to be or need to be a part of it. No doubt their viewership for the debate and the advertising fees they charge will drop considerably without him in attendance.

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