The Shadow Party

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Antoine Bakes French Bread

Good Morning, Breakfastpoppers. Today is Monday, April 25, 2016. Our friend, Antoine, is busy this morning baking loaves of delicious French bread for our enjoyment. Antoine has invited all of us to breakfast. Today he wants to discuss the existence of a group of people that are referred to as the Shadow Party. It's bad enough that we have to contend with the Democrats and Republicans. Our real problem rests in the hidden hands of the Shadow Party. Antoine and I hope to see you soon.

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Who Goes There?

Thank you all for coming to the table this morning. For years I have heard mention of a group of people who are hard at work pulling the strings of politicians and governments to bring unwelcome change to our country and the world. They are referred to as the Shadow Party because they work inside our traditional government to change our nation and the world in ways they see fit. George Soros is certainly a member of this group, along with Hillary Clinton. Think about it for a moment. Hillary Clinton is known to be a chief member of a group of people who are trying to undermine our nation and limit our freedoms. Members of this group accomplish the changes they want by organizing and financing activist groups that raise hell and move our nation to the extreme left. ACORN is a prime example of the kind of activist groups I am referring to. Hillary is in "good" company in this party. Along with her pal. Soros she has people like Andrew Stern, John Pedestal and Richard Trumka, at her side. Clearly, this group is not happy with our Constitution. They exert all of their money and energies molding our nation into a weaker version of its former self so that we will be ripe for blending into an amorphous global community. They are determined to get what they want, no matter who they have to lie to. The Democratic Party is the perfect place to hide another party. They have already embraced the idea of limiting freedom. For them, freedom is just another word for allowing people to say and do what the Party approves of. All this idiocy on campus and in government is no accident. It is part of the push to "change" our nation forever.

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Puppets

It has long been said that President Obama is actually a puppet on a string. Although Valerie Jarrett is his mentor and spokesperson on every subject, it is also believed that the actual puppeteer is George Soros. Soros has one goal and one goal only. He works hard to take down governments, all in the name of bringing unlimited power to the global elite. His billions finance revolutions across the globe and at home. He manipulates governments, people, events and outcomes. Every leftist organization has his fingerprint. Media Matters, ACORN, the Southern Poverty Law Center and MoveOn org, are just a few groups that he finances. These groups try to push for a socialist agenda at the behest of Soros and his friends. He puts people in high places and takes them down at will. The American people are just puppets on his stage, so it should come as no surprise that Hillary will get the nomination, even if she runs her campaign from a jail cell.

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Into The Frying Pan

The elite must be frightened, at least a bit. The rise of Donald Trump was certainly an unexpected and unwelcome event. Here comes a guy who breaks all the rules, tells it like he sees it and has enough of his own money to tell people like Soros to take a hike. It is no surprise that so many people are behind Trump. They are sick of the direction our nation is taking. They are sick of eight years of a continuous assault upon our freedoms, from our right to bear arms to our right of freedom of expression. It has become impossible to string two words together without being attacked by some leftist fools who are always offended or outraged. Trump's behavior is a breath of fresh air to many voters. To the establishment, however he is an anathema. They are expending more energy on defeating Trump than they are trying to address what ails us. I wouldn't mind seeing Trump win, even if it was just to upset the applecart of the Shadow Party, and all those who are marching to their tune, whether it be unknowingly or because they have no love lost for America.

Antoine's Sing

Let's go children of America

The day of reckoning is upon us

Against you tyranny's ugly flag is raised!

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Old Poolman 7 months ago from Rural Arizona

Good morning Patti - This upcoming election is much different than any election I have ever followed this closely.

Now common sense would tell us that when there is a candidate who is as popular as Trump has become, the GOP would be thrilled and get behind him. Nothing could be further from the truth in this election.

When it was realized that Trump was in it to stay, they took the opposite approach in trying to eliminate him from the race.

I would guess there are a multitude of reasons why they fear Trump the way they do. One of the big reasons is Trump knows exactly which of them can be bought because he bought them.

I would also be sure that Trumps popularity did not fit well into the plans of Soros and his group. The main tool Soros uses is money, and Trump didn't need his money. Many others gladly stuck out their hand and took the money from Soros with a smile on their face.

This upcoming convention should prove to be one of the most interesting we have ever seen. The actions of the GOP against Trump is just more proof that Trump is exactly the guy we need for at least one term.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning Mike,

Now Kasich and Cruz are forming an alliance to get rid of Trump. These two are more focused on Trump than on the issues or Hillary. I now feel that Trump is exactly what this country needs, because he is not mired in all the garbage that these politicians are. See you at the Inn.


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Tom Whitworth 7 months ago from Moundsville, WV

Pop and Antoine,

It took the stark contrast of a leader like Reagan for me to realize that he was the only president of the people in my lifetime. I had hopes that his fervor had worn off on George H. W. Bush bus his breaking of his "Read my lips" pledge burst that bubble.

I don't agree with Trump 100% of the time but I believe he is ON OUR SIDE!


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Old Poolman 7 months ago from Rural Arizona

Patti - It is not proven but there is a rumor that Kasich took money from Soros to stay in the race and hold onto his delegate's. I have no idea if this is true or false but if true that would be a clear indicator of just how much power Soros has over our politics.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning Tom,

I feel the same way about Trump, but I can't stomach the alternatives. It's time for a breath of fresh air. Those entrenched in Washington are compete losers who accomplish nothing. See you at the Inn.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear Mike,

Kasich did take money from Soros. I wrote about it on a prior hub. He'll leave this race when he is told to and not one minute before. I wish we would do away with this delegate system and truly let the voters decide. What we have now is a complete farce.


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billybuc 7 months ago from Olympia, WA

If the rumors are to be believed, and I have no reason not to, the Shadow Party has been in operation and affecting American politics for decades now.....really gives us citizens a feeling of true democracy, right? Right?

NOT!


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Old Poolman 7 months ago from Rural Arizona

If nothing else, this election has shown we-the-people just how little control we have over which candidate becomes our President.

Wouldn't it be great if we could just use popular vote and eliminate all the cheating that goes with our current election process?


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning billy,

Sometimes I wonder why I bother to get involved at all. The deck is stacked against us and it always has been. See you at the Inn.,


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bradmasterOCcal 7 months ago from Orange County California

Early to Top of the Morning to you Pop

Shadow Parties do well with loyal party members. A loyal party member is like a person off balance falling toward the ground, it takes little energy to make them hit the floor. In this case, to follow the path of the shadow.

Not clever but so true. Neither the shadow party, or the real party, or candidates that are their pawns would have any affect on voters that were not loyal to their party. A voter can be a party member, as long as they don't put faith in the party over choosing the best candidate.

This is a problem in and of itself because the shadow party, and visible party ensure that the party voters don't get a real choice. Even switching parties doesn't give much in the range of the candidates.

That is why it has been the trend to vote for the lesser of 2 evils. The choice is Eeinee, or Meany and we don't even have a Miny or a Moe to choose from.

It would take loyal party voters breaking their loyalty to force their party to put up some better candidates. But, then the party would lose control, and who knows the country might be run by the people. The horror of it all.

Both parties complain about Trump and how he isn't a politician, yet the candidates for the last several elections were politicians and look where we are today. Cruz and Kasich are no better qualified than was senator Barack Obama. Hillary Clinton the epitome of politics has not accomplished anything good for the country or the people.

Yet that not only continue to exist, they excel thanks to the loyal party voter. I blame them for letting the party control the country with their own agenda instead of putting the people and the country first.

Both parties are barely functional today because they have spent all their energy into contaminating the goals of the other party, at the expense of the well being of the country and the people.

It is ironic, that both parties say that Sanders, and Trump are going to bring down the party. Hello, ground floor, and no basement.

BTW, what Obama is doing in Syria with the "Special Operations" is the same way that the democrats got us into the Vietnam War.

Amen, pass the donuts.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear Mike,

I believe you suggested that we have one day for Primary Day and that we all use the same system. What we have now is chaos, designed to rob us of truly choosing a candidate we want to see lead this nation. I want to get rid of the delegates and super delegates forever.


Hxprof 7 months ago from Clearwater, Florida

You've done well summing up the challenge we face - bold faced evil. Evil from those who seek directly to overthrow our country by destroying its institutions, and evil from those who seek their own advantage over what's best for the nation. Add that to the moral rot of American culture, and stir it together for a tasty meal! Evil is having its day.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning brad,

We ought to concentrate on the donuts and forget about this mess we call politics. This inane election process has shown me that my vote really doesn't mean a thing. I think it's great that Trump forced the rats to come out of hiding and show their true colors. The candidates don't give a fig for the voter or this country. It is all about keeping power in the hands of a chosen few. Why not just have a monarchy? At least it would be a truer version of what we have now. I'll see you at the Inn and I will bring tons of donuts so that we can drown our political sorrows in sugar!


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning Hxprof,

Yes, evil is having its day, especially if evil is also blind bull headed ignorance. We have all the ingredients for another disastrous eight years. Our government hasn't functioned as it was designed for a long time. Our president is a one man show and Congress did not and does not have the will or ability to stop him. This election season is a nightmare. Now the candidates are so focused and getting rid of Trump, that Hillary must be thrilled. I'll see you at the Inn.


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bradmasterOCcal 7 months ago from Orange County California

Pop

You weren't kidding, there literally must be a ton of donuts. Thanks they help, and in addition on Netflix there are two cousins from Staten Island that own pizza places. Artichoke Pizza.

Anyway, they go around the country looking for pizza and other good foods, it is really a change of pace from the politics.

Time for a nap. ![:--()


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear brad,

I am really into pizza!!!!


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savvydating 7 months ago

The problem with Trump for President is that "The Donald" is actually a Democrat, and a good friend of Hillary's. Not to mention he's a wheeler-dealer who scammed thousands of people our of millions through Trump University---and we still haven't seen his tax returns....and there was that thing of giving Hillary millions for her "foundation," That's only the beginning of Trump's inadequacies. So no, I don't think Trump for president is a good idea. He would sign up with the shadow people in two seconds if he could make a deal and get some money out of it. Trump does not care about "the people." Trump cares about Trump. Maybe he should be Hillary's VP. Sorry, but I disagree with you on this one---big time.


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fpherj48 7 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

pop....You hit a nerve with me girl. For the past 2 weeks I've been literally talking to myself, "Why the heck do you even CARE, Paula. You have no power, no influence, no real voice in any of it?" I answer myself too..."Yep, you're right, it's true. Quit worrying & stressing. You're wasting precious emotions & getting yourself sick. You're just a "little person" no one really cares about. The elite rules at all times. Can't fight it. Truth is we're doomed"

pop....Never thought I'd reach this point of paralysis. It's sad & exhausting. 3 times today, I heard a news broadcast informing us that top Conservatives have boldly stated if it takes voting for Hillary to keep Trump out..so be it. That would be an all time LOW.

Problem is, I'm beginning to believe there's always be a newer, deeper low. I hate feeling so negative. I pray it's just a temporary slump!

The nicest thing I can say is...I make a breakfast pizza to die for! I'll bring a couple to the Inn. Turn the music up please.


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bradmasterOCcal 7 months ago from Orange County California

Pop

I grew up on NY pizza, and when I came out to CA they really didn't have pizza. They had tomato sauce and cheese on a cracker. Now, the SBARRO chain is the closest to the NY pizza. Although in NY there are much better ones. I don't care for the new toppings.

Wouldn't it be great, If I got pizza for dinner tonight. :)


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savvydating 7 months ago

Here's the thing. We are still a Republic and we are still Americans. We can't just roll over and play dead because 'I'm only one little person. " Shadow people, delegates, wHatever. The votes we make still count and I am here to tell all of you that a vote for Trump is a vote for Hillary.

Trump can not win against her because, for one thing, he can't debate and for the other thing, the only people who like him are old white guys who are angry. Trump knows that and Hillary knows that. I don't want to say "I told you so" after Hillary gets elected. The Republicans can still win this thing, but that means you have to vote for either Cruz or Kasich and stop whining about what can't be done.

Come on people, it's time to man up and vote for someone who can win the Presidency, rather than just the nomination. Good men can still make a difference. So get off your pizza butts and go vote for a real President. Ok? Good. Thank you.


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bradmasterOCcal 7 months ago from Orange County California

Pop

Please pass me another donut.


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savvydating 7 months ago

Pass one to Hillary while you're at it. I'm sure she will appreciate it.


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bradmasterOCcal 7 months ago from Orange County California

Looks like Hillary is no stranger to donuts.


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fpherj48 7 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Yves....My comment to pop was merely to "dramatize" my feelings & attitude about all the hoopla & circus-like atmosphere of this campaign thus far. Patti knows quite well where I'm coming from and what my true stance & motivations are. I would hope you should as well.

This lady never "rolled over & played dead" for any reason whatsoever. Not my style. Furthermore I am the furthest from being a whiner than anyone you've ever known. In fact just recently I advised someone not to bother to whine because it would just backfire. I was right of course.

As far as what's yet to come, none of us can predict for certain. It's all speculation, some informed, some just blind guesses. However, it's always beneficial to discuss & share thoughts. This why we all love pop & make sure we read her latest & greatest.

Whatever the ultimate outcome in November, there will be those who celebrate & those who are disappointed, but we'll always be America~ more than capable of going forward in pride & unity.

Brad....I don't know if I trust you to pass a donut. LOL


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savvydating 7 months ago

Paula, yes I used some of your words, but I was speaking to all the Nay Sayers here's who have all but given up. We can still win this thing against Hillary. I watch every reputable news show out there, as well as listening to radio---every single day. So I do understand the odds very well. Furthermore, that whole Kasich/Soros thing that RJ threw out there is not accurate. I've done my research. I encourage people to dig deeper. I do know that Trump can not win the presidency if he is up against Hillary. Everyone who seriously researches these matters knows that. This is why I speak so passionately. I do not want another Obama in the White House. None of us do.


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fpherj48 7 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

There should be no giving up completely until it's over. My son & I just agreed this evening that it's very doubtful Trump can beat Hilary. All reports worthwhile appear this is pretty much accepted. I never find it's ever helpful to be in denial. Keeping the hope is one thing, but "hope" is just that.

I research as deeply & as often as time allows yet I come away with more questions than answers. Basically, it would be a welcome relief to simply be able to hook all these "mouths" to a polygraph!

As people of the greatest nation in the world, it's an egregious tragedy we've lost "trust." We shall see what will be and then deal with it, no matter what.


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savvydating 7 months ago

Amen, sister. I'm not giving up on this great nation, and I will do my small part to keep our great spirit alive and well. Have a good evening, and stay away from those donuts. Lol.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

good Morning savvy dating,

No need to be sorry. Differences of opinion are healthy. Having said that, if Trump is the nominee, I will vote for him. Anyone will be better than Hillary.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning fp,

Despite the fact that I write about politics all the time, I feel powerless as well. The difference is that writing about it helps me deal with the stress I automatically feel when I listen to the news. In fact, POP stands for pissed off Patti! See you at the Inn. I love the idea of your pizza.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning brad,

I hope you enjoyed your pizza last night! See you at the Inn. Fp is bringing her breakfast pizza.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear savvy dating,

I can't think of a single person who comes to the breakfast table who would throw up their hands in surrender. If that were the case, there wouldn't be a soul at breakfast. Having said that, I will support any candidate that runs against Hillary. The one takeaway I am getting from this very strange and disappointing primary season, is that as a nation, we are very third world when it comes to voting. The notion that people are asked to vote for a delegate who doesn't have to reveal their choice for nomination is insane. I'll see everyone at the Inn and we'll keep this going!


taxlarry 7 months ago

I guess I have to thank the Shadow Party for allowing me to walk into a Target store and choose any bathroom I want. Yip Pee!


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bradmasterOCcal 7 months ago from Orange County California

Pop

I really like breakfast pizza, thanks Fp


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning taxlarry,

For me, using a bathroom not located in my home is out of the question! See you at the Inn.


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bradmasterOCcal 7 months ago from Orange County California

taxlarry

Clever use of the last two words.


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savvydating 7 months ago

Thanks Pop....Here is an explanation regarding delegates.

http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/275697-the-go...


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear savvydating,

The explanation solidifies for me the fact that the process is ridiculous. Let the voter's decide.


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maven101 7 months ago from Northern Arizona

Good morning Pop and Antoine...

The Republican party is more interested in retaining its internal power structure than the welfare of this nation...Rather than unifying around a rogue candidate selected by motivated voters in huge majorities, the party elites elect to sabotage his nomination through the arcane process of delegate approbation...I, like millions of other Americans , am utterly disgusted with the political class we have given rise to in this once great nation...What we allow is what we teach rings true with every demagoguery shouted, every promise reneged, every trust violated, and every abuse of power ignored...Perhaps its time to water Jefferson's tree...


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear savvy dating,

Thanks for yet another terrific article abut a process that "bugs" the hell out of me! See you at the Inn.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear maven,

I vote for the blood of tyrants, after all, we have so many. See you at the Inn.


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savvydating 7 months ago

Trump still needs to reach the number of 1237. He hasn't reached that yet, maven. Delegates are there to make sure the other voters count as well and to guard against large states getting more representation than smaller states. Trump is not a conservative, and that's a problem. He won't even reveal his taxes because he's being audited. Being audited is a bad thing. We can't just ignore all the negatives because he is telling disenfranchised voters what they want to hear. Is no one concerned about his relationship with Hillary and that he has always voted as a liberal? That's all I'm saying. That being said, I realize many people here are voting for Trump.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear savvy dating,

Actually being audited is fairly routine when you are talking about a large organization like Trumps. Corporations routinely have audits that can last years! As for everyone at the table going for Trump, that really isn't my take. I think they will support whoever gets the nomination in order to defeat Hillary.


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savvydating 7 months ago

Pop, my understanding is that Trump could reveal his taxes now if he wanted to, or at least reveal taxes from the past. If he is being audited for this long of a time period, that means he has hidden some things from the IRS many times over.

Yes, I believe everyone here will support the nominee, whoever that may be. I am just saying that the majority will vote for Trump in the primaries, if they haven't already. But.... everyone must vote as they see fit. I appreciate that you allow for healthy debate. The following is an article about Trump's taxes.

http://thefederalist.com/2016/03/03/trump-should-r...


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear savvydating,

We have to work with what we have, and right now we don't have much. However, as I said before, I will support the nominee as long as it isn''t Hillary or Sanders. His tax return issue doesn't get under my skin as much as Romney did when he jumped on the bandwagon trying to derail Trump. If he is the front runner, then we have to go with it. I will say this is the strangest and most disturbing election season in my memory.


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savvydating 7 months ago

Pop, the front runner, for now, is one thing. Whoever gets to #1237 is another. He has to get that number to be the nominee. The liberal media would have you believe it's in the bag. It is not in the bag for Trump at this point unless he reaches that number. All of the rules are being followed, despite Trump's claiming otherwise. Truth be told, he isn't even familiar with how the delegate process works.

A contested convention happens if at the end of all the voting, no one has reached the magic number.....so we shall see. I personally think the election is interesting, rather than disturbing, although I am disturbed by Trump pitting Republicans against Republicans. Why doesn't he speak out against Hillary? Instead, he belittles the Republican Party. Not cool. That, to me, is disturbing.

Ok. I've said my peace. No one is worried about it. All I know is that if Trump gets the nomination, then it's hello president Clinton. Makes me sad when we could have averted this disaster.

Nuff said. Thanks, Pop.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning savvy dating,

I think Trump understands the process, but the process is severely flawed, and he is in good company with that opinion. That said, he did very well yesterday, so the race continues. If Cruz is the nominee I don't see a clear road to the WH for him. Only time and delegates will tell!


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savvydating 7 months ago

No pop. He has recently gained some knowledge about the process, but he did not know about the delegate process until very recently. Furthermore, the rules are being followed, which is why the people's vote is being heard for Trump. My point is that I don't think we should ignore his shady history just as the Dems ignored Obama's because he told them what they wanted to hear. Cruz, on the other hand, is a lifelong conservative. He could decimate her in the debates. Trump doesn't have enough knowledge to beat her. She would eat Trump and spit him out.

My opinion.


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bradmasterOCcal 7 months ago from Orange County California

Pop

I have asked several ?s on the Accomplishment(s) of Hillary Clinton, and these ?s don't have a single response.

An accomplishment to me is not an attempt, but a completed deed that actually accomplishes a solution that works to solve a problem. Clinton has never Accomplished anything in her career. Getting Bill elected to the presidency is not an accomplishment for the country or the people. Her membership in the Shadow Party is also not an accomplishment.

Have the votes for Hillary really just been a vote against socialism? I could rationalize Socialism against another four years of Obamanism ?

The democratic primary has been an Obamanation. Seriously, what are the democrats doing this year. I hope that your family would agree that the US doesn't need any more Lawyers in the presidency, or in congress. It hasn't been much of a benefit to fill the government with lawyers, unless they are needed to defend themselves against impeachment. Sorry, the democrats made me do that.

The Shadow has come into the light, and it is grotesque and ugly.


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maven101 7 months ago from Northern Arizona

savvydating...Not sure who you are dating, but they certainly are not savvy...You seem to be channeling Bill Clinton when he praised Hillary for eating the Republican's lunch "over that Benghazi thing"...I think Hillary will choke trying to eat Trump...I agree with you that Trump is a flawed candidate, but his flaws diminish in the face of the political corruption prevalent throughout both parties...Obama was no more qualified to be president than Joe the plumber...His hopey/changey snake oil act convinced a majority of dumbed down Americans to vote for him, twice...With Trump we have the first non-politician since Eisenhower to challenge for POTUS...His style may be disturbing, even naive, but he is mining a vein of pure disgust with the political class that puts party before country, that ignores American values and is self-serving...His candid articulation is refreshing after years of studied commentary delivered via teleprompters by candidates that have the right "gravitas" according to the chattering class...

I'm not giving up...I'm going to do everything I can to defeat a morally, politically, and intellectually corrupt Hillary Clinton...My honor and duty will not allow me do otherwise...


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savvydating 7 months ago

Maven, Trump is a male version of Hillary, minus the political correctness. He is morally corrupt. Research his history. Look at his association with Hillary. He is not a real conservative. If he were to get into office, he would betray his voters. It's what he has done in business. Did you know that he lost the city of Manhattan? The rest of New York, who doesn't know his record of corruption, voted for him--- but Manhattan knew better.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear savvy dating,

I am not sure that Cruz would triumph, but if he wins, I will support him. I can't back down from the belief that the delegate process is ridiculous. See you at the Inn.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Der brad,

I am not at all surprised that no one could come up with a Clinton accomplishment. She is a nightmare. It is also disgusting to me that the Dem party couldn't come up with one candidate with talent. Perhaps they shouls dissolve. See you at the Inn. I have tons of danish and donuts.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear maven,

I stand with you. By the way, I thought Trump did very well today. I heard his speech in a restaurant in Pennsylvania, and the crowd was very pleased. Trump isn't a politician and I like that. See you at the Inn.


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Dear savvy dating,

Manhattan is a hotbed of liberal crazies. They put DeBlasio in office and he is a total loser. I have heard people who have known Trump for over 30 years say that he is loyal and smart. As for his past associations, we have to remember that he isn't a politician. In business, to get ahead you deal with all sorts of people. Having said that, I wonder, what will you do if Trump is the nominee?


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savvydating 7 months ago

As Paula said, we'll have to....that is, "I" will have to "deal with it," but I maintain that Donald is not good and honest, as maven claims. However, he does understand how to market his products. This time the product is himself.

http://patterico.com/2016/02/26/the-trump-universi...

http://www.inquisitr.com/2836014/trump-university-...


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maven101 7 months ago from Northern Arizona

Manhattan voted 45% Kasich 42% Trump...How shocking that Trump lost by 3 % points... Simply points to the socially liberal republicans that dominate that craven city...

Given the present Hobson's Choice, I'll opt for whoever gets the Republican nomination, be it Trump or Gump...Let's hope the FBI does its due diligence and puts Hillary in the pillory...


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savvydating 7 months ago

Ha! You got me there, Maven. I didn't know it was that close. Still interesting that Kasich, the real conservative, did so well in Manhattan.

Well, we shall see what happens in this very interesting election. As for Hillary, I hope they nail her once and for all. As for Trump, let's see how his legal battles pan out, given his problem of having scammed millions of dollars through Trump "University."


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breakfastpop 7 months ago Author

Good Morning maven,

Nothing like a good rhyme to start my day. The image of Hillary in a orange jumpsuit brings tears of joy to my eyes. See you at the Inn.

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