Friday, July 10, 2015

Trump #1 In Polls

"The greatest enemy of the truth is very often not the lie-- deliberate, contrived and dishonest-- but the myth, persistent, persuasive and unrealistic. Belief in myths allows the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of independent thought."
-John F. Kennedy

Trump #1 In Polls  

By de Andréa, Opinion Editorialist
Published July 10, 2015

The Trump blows the doors off the Bush as #1 in the polls, causing Republican Rino’ apologists to panic.

Isn’t it interesting that while the Communist Media and the Democrat Robots are blasting the Donald for telling the truth the majority of the independent thinking people agree with what Trump said? 

And the Rino’s smear campaign, to mock and discredit Donald Trump, has backfired so badly that Trump is now #1. Americans are actually beginning to see that Trump just might fight for the American people.

Telling the truth can cost you, I have learned that first hand.  Several years ago I wrote an article stating the only way to stop Islamic Jihad was to get rid of all the Muslims.  Even though I wasn’t actually advocating genocide, just stating a fact, I lost half of my subscribers.  It turns out that it is still the truth, because the very, very few bad Muslims that hijacked a so-called peaceful religion, are growing by the hundreds of thousands. Or’, are the rest of the sleeper Muslims just waking up to smell the blood of the infidels?

For Donald Trump the entrepreneur, it was a damaging week. Two major television networks severed ties, Macy's dropped his clothing line, and Carlos Slim, the even richer Mexican tycoon, ended a joint venture with him.

But for Donald Trump, the inveterate truth teller and Republican challenger for president, the week was a triumph, as he climbed to #1 in the opinion polls and dominated media coverage, despite the media’s misrepresentation of his decision to judge Mexican immigrants as rapists and drug traffickers.
The Myth: persistent, persuasive and unrealistic.
This is the problem with using the wrong language when describing an issue.  The proper description for the issue is “illegal alien”, not immigrant. I am a son of an immigrant. I’m sure Trump didn’t mean that all immigrants are criminals. As an immigrant one cannot be an illegal, since an immigrant is one who has immigrated to a country, not one who swims across the river in the middle of the night. Immigration is a legal process so it cannot by its very nature be illegal.

Illegal Immigration is an ignorant term, a myth, originally coined by left wing robots who downloaded a virus instead of an English lit program.  Now that it is ignorantly used by most everyone especially the Communist media, the Donald mistakenly used it to describe “illegal aliens.”  So describing illegal aliens as criminal’s, rapists and drug dealers is in fact the truth.  

Mr. Trump was touting his first place in an average of 105 polls. Of the 14 candidates who have declared, Trump topped the field with 13.6 per cent support to 13.3 per cent for Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor and son and brother of two past presidents, respectively.

The Republican hierarchy is not laughing as he rides an anti-establishment populist tide, shooting from the hip with his overheated truth. They are concerned, not because they think he has a chance of securing the nomination, but because they fear he could influence the election by scarring the party's reputation.  Yeah! We just can’t have some real estate jerk running around telling the truth and not being diplomatic about it.  He has changed the rules. He is embarrassing the rest of the GOP with the raw unedited truth.  


"Donald Trump is like watching a roadside accident," Ari Fleischer, a former spokesman for George W Bush, told Politico. "Everybody pulls over to see the mess. And Trump thinks that's entertainment. But running for president is serious. And the risk for the party is that he tarnishes everybody."
Mr. Trump's rivals in the race were, at first, unsure how to respond. Marco Rubio, the Florida senator and son of Cuban immigrants, finally, on Thursday, called the comments "not just offensive and inaccurate, but also divisive."
Jeb Bush, whose wife is Mexican and who delivered his declaration speech in English and Spanish and supports creating a path for legalizing the status of so-called undocumented immigrants/illegal criminals, said: "His remarks do not represent the values of the Republican Party and they do not represent my values."  Maybe that the problem…they should!
The lone fellow candidate to speak up for Mr. Trump was Ted Cruz, the Texas senator whose father is a Cuban immigrant, said, “he speaks the truth."  I guess real immigrants understand what Trump is talking about.
This is what attracts grassroots supporters such as Ken Crow, a leader of the Tea Party in the first-voting caucus of Iowa. He reeled off a list of reasons why he was backing Mr. Trump. "Americans are sick and tired of corrupt government and career politicians," he said. "He will straighten out the economy and defend our borders. Americans want a John Wayne ‘right now’, someone who'll be a champion of our country."
Now, Trump leads in North Carolina and is beating Bush, according to the Washington Examiner, and the Charlotte Observer:  Trump's momentum "just keeps on building," according to the PPP website, though the poll found Trump #1 he drags the bottom of the GOP field among those who could likely beat Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.  And if that’s true, it could be a problem.

Still, Trump leads the GOP field with 16 percent, followed by Jeb Bush and Scott Walker at 12 percent each; Mike Huckabee at 11 percent; Ben Carson and Marco Rubio at 9 percent; Rand Paul at 7 percent; Ted Cruz at 6 percent; Chris Christie at 5 percent; Carly Fiorina at 4 percent; Rick Perry at 2 percent; Lindsey Graham, Bobby Jindal, and Rick Santorum at 1 percent each; and John Kasich and George Pataki at less than 1 percent each.

Trump has a way of expressing American anger as a liberal mental disorder.  All one has to do is watch how Trump just owned MSNBC (click here) to see why the man is surging in the polls. He blows people away with the truth.   

On April 14th, before Trump even announced and while everyone was so skeptical  that he would run or even when most doubted he would even make it, Walid Shoebat stated:  "I suspect Trump will run, win, and rid us from one wicked wretch: Hillary Clinton." I never doubted that Trump will make it.
 In a time of universal deceit, the truth is a revolutionary act”       – George Orwell

THE BOTTOM LINE: While I can’t say, at least not yet, that he would make a good president, but I do like his intrepid candor. The Donald at least in his shooting from the hip and his fearless honesty reminds me of someone I know very well…


Oh! Who’s that?



“Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self.”- Cyril Connolly (1903 - 1974)


Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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