Thoughts on Ted tapping Fiorina as V.P.

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Thursday, April 28, 2016

~ ~ ~  “Carly was a failure, big failure, at HP… Did a terrible job, nobody liked her, nobody likes Ted. Terrible team.  Just terrible—she won one-percent!  Who chooses 1% for a running mate? A loser, that’s who.  Ted and Carly, both losers.” ~Donald Trump, con man, misogynist, sociopath, loser ~ ~ ~  No, my…Read More »

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  • Paul Adcock
    April 29th, 2016 5:10 pm
    #1

    We still have Convention of States. While the Left getting the SCOTUS will make things harder, there are ways to curb the SCOTUS power.

  • Bill Allen
    April 29th, 2016 7:20 pm
    #2

    Ted did the right thing ..he had to stop the non-stop beat down from the raccoon’s fans at fox and drudge.. I think if Pence would have come out sooner he might have waited..but this was the play he had.. We’ll have to wait and see how it all works out.. You never know, in the next election the candidates might copy him ..

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If you want to “Make America Great Again” — reject Donald Trump

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Sunday, April 17, 2016

~ ~ ~ Let me begin by pointing out the obvious: words are not policy, slogans are not reform, and cults don’t care how vapid their leader is just as long as he affirms their inner-craving. Cults don’t reason, they emote, empowering grifters who manipulate self-esteem and subvert autonomy in exchange for power.   Not…Read More »

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  • Callie
    April 17th, 2016 6:39 pm
    #3

    By far the best hit/informative piece yet. Lots of laughs (for me anyway) at the beginning but then you got very serious, factual, and concise. Well done Greg. I will be sharing.

  • Paul Adcock
    April 17th, 2016 7:00 pm
    #4

    Well done Greg. You hit the nail on the head. We do need to get back to the Constitution and back to virtue, two things we’ll never get with Trump, but we can get back that way with Cruz.

    We are also going to need more than just a President to shrink the federal government though. Luckily, there is a way to do that: http://www.cosaction.com/?recruiter_id=1858

    As for the guys helping illegals, the Gaystapo, Planned Murderhood, Black Lives Matter, the Enviro-statists, the gun-grabbers, the H1B visa abusers, the ethnic front groups, the Soros flunkies, etc, I’ve got a 1431 (and growing) page list of those dudes and all their buddies and funders.

  • Joseph G Swallow
    April 17th, 2016 8:10 pm
    #5

    Excellent article.

  • Conrad
    April 26th, 2016 7:52 am
    #6

    Ok, who, if not Trump? What is your choice? Simple answer required.

    • Ross
      April 28th, 2016 8:35 am
      #7

      I would imagine Greg would say, “Well, Cruz – of course”.

      I’m not so sure I would agree with him on that, however. I’m certainly not singing Trump’s praises, but the fact that Cruz and Kasich “made the deal” last week makes me more than just a bit sick. I mean, isn’t this the type of thing we are trying to avoid? Isn’t this what we, as an intellectual electorate, are tired of seeing from our politicians?

      Cruz always rubbed me the wrong way – not sure why. It might be his stance on amnesty, and how it has radically changed when it would benefit him. Or maybe it’s just the simple fact that no matter what anybody tells you – he’s part of the establishment. Just because most of congress (small “c”) doesn’t like him doesn’t mean he isn’t part of the problem in DC.

      The policy changes trouble me. And since I know Greg a bit, I was somewhat surprised he elected to support Cruz – despite those policy changes. When somebody changes their tune this often (and yes, I realize Trump has done this time and again) – it makes it difficult to honestly believe some of the things they say. For instance, is he really (I mean seriously) THAT big of a Christian? In his heart? Do we know? Or, is he just doing what he needs to do to garner the evangelical vote/support? (That hasn’t turned out too well for him, either). He’s simply not believable to me. But he isn’t as evil as Clinton, so….

      I just don’t (can’t) buy what he’s selling. In my mind, he’s part of the problem with politics, and the steady decline of the GOP.

      Now, I must state that I would certainly vote for him against Clinton. That’s a no brainer. Just as I will vote for Trump rather than Clinton. I’m not going to be that immature and just take all my toys and go home if “my guy” doesn’t win the nomination (and I really don’t “have a guy”, by the way – just never Clinton). I will vote for the person opposite Clinton. Because I care about the country, and it’s future. It may not be great under Trump or Cruz – but it will be more of the same (“progressively” worse) under Clinton.

      Not that you asked for any of this info, Conrad…I just answered what I thought Greg might say…and couldn’t seem to take my fingers from the keyboard.

      Cheers,
      R

  • Shirley Ayala
    April 29th, 2016 8:14 am
    #8

    Cruz is the only 100% prolife candidate!!! That’s all you need to know about a person—it says it all.

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CONSERVATIVES FORGIVE ME — I NOW STAND WITH TRUMP!!!!!

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Friday, April 1, 2016

~ ~ ~  Yes, it’s true, last night, between Alex Jones podcasts, I experienced an epiphany demanding that I apologize to every Patriot in the land—I understood, finally, that I blew it. MESSED UP… Everything I ever claimed about Donald, a proven WINNER, was wrong.  There are times in life when reckoning occurs, we face…Read More »

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  • Justin Boyle
    April 1st, 2016 3:57 pm
    #9

    Dang! You had me going there for a minute!

  • Deborah Gatch
    April 1st, 2016 8:22 pm
    #10

    I knew you hadn’t lost your sanity!! But you almost had me worrying….

  • Dallas Sweezy
    April 1st, 2016 8:30 pm
    #11

    I take exception to your description of Donald Trump as a “Cheetos-hued boor”

    First, I think it’s fairly obvious the Trumpette’s face is tangerine. And Cheetos, sir, are one of my favorite high-caloric snacks.

    While “boor” is subjective, I also find it polite and adulatory – in his case.
    I recommend instead “iniquitous and degenerate”

    An edited version might therefore refer to Herr Trump as a tangerine-faced, iniquitous degenerate …

    But that’s just me!

  • Sabra Talkington
    April 1st, 2016 9:04 pm
    #12

    Greg…..
    Meet my friend, Rob! A Texan who left God’s country many years ago. He loves DT as much as you. I encouraged him to read some of your posts! You know, thought it might make him feel better! !!

  • Greg Halvorson Greg Halvorson
    April 1st, 2016 10:44 pm
    #13
    Author's Reply

    Ha, some great comments — even if ya’ll are HATERS!!

  • Doug
    April 2nd, 2016 7:40 am
    #14

    Must have pained you to write that. LOL.

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Donald Trump should check-in to a mental hospital…

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Tuesday, March 29, 2016

~ ~ ~ By now, it’s self-evident – at least I hope it is – that Trump is crazy.  A maniacal sociopath (see: Twitter), he would better serve society by committing himself rather than disgracing our heritage.  Sybil had fewer personalities – thirteen – than Trump. He’s unmoored and, indeed, no right-minded person would let him…Read More »

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  • Paul Adcock
    March 29th, 2016 7:53 pm
    #15

    Some of Trump’s supporters need to go WITH him!

  • Paul Adcock
    March 29th, 2016 7:54 pm
    #16

    I honestly don’t know exactly how to categorize Trump, but think my LOTR analogy would be best. If he were a character in Lord of the Rings, he’d be Gollum. However, don’t count on Trump destroying the Ring and defeating DC Mordor.

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Dear Donald: thugs attract thuggery… So, yeah, YOU built this

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Monday, March 14, 2016

~ ~ ~  For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind: it hath no stalk; the bud shall yield no meal—if so be it yield, strangers shall swallow it up. ~Hosea 8:7 ~ ~ ~ What a lovely thing, this political cycle—I’ve always wanted to see soccer riots skip the Pond…Read More »

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  • Paul Adcock
    March 14th, 2016 6:04 pm
    #17

    #NeverTrump #AlwaysCruz I’m hoping Cruz wins tomorrow. But, regardless, I plan to limit the power of the federal government, whether it’s Hillary, Trump, or even Cruz.

    I hope Cruz wins.

  • ANNA GOLDEN
    March 14th, 2016 6:35 pm
    #18

    This incited me to righteous outrage! I should protest something!

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Another reason to love Ted Cruz…

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Friday, March 4, 2016

~ ~ ~   No, it’s not a big deal, and the media, being devotees of family destruction, won’t tell you, but Ted Cruz – MICRO-AGGRESSION ALERT – plays with and loves his daughters.  DURING televised debates.  Hugs, squeezes, and twirls them around.  Makes them the Show, normalizing the strange, deflecting the bizarre… Yes, Ted…Read More »

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  • Paul Adcock
    March 4th, 2016 7:25 pm
    #19

    Ted Cruz 2016. I’ll be voting for him whether or not he gets the nomination (though I pray that he DOES get the nomination.)

  • Deborah Lee
    March 5th, 2016 10:14 am
    #20

    I’m sure you’ve seen several posts from jerks who turn that around and make it look like he’s pandering. It makes me furious that so many refuse to see the heart of the man when he puts it on display and actually engages with his girls. Our country has become a cesspool that no longer desires or appreciates the value of family! Every time I see Ted Cruz with his family, I respect him just a little more! That’s something because I’m a Texan and have supported him from the beginning of his Senate run! Go Ted Cruz!

  • Justin Boyle
    March 6th, 2016 10:31 am
    #21

    He is truly a man of God! He loves his family, his state of Texas, and his country! He is genuine, which is something none of the others can claim. They will make a great First Family.

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RED FLAG? … In South Carolina, Cruz’s “ground game” was ineffective

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Saturday, February 27, 2016

~ ~ ~  Let me begin by saying that after joining “Camp Cruz” and campaigning full time for the Finest Presidential Candidate in 30 years, I believe Americans are too ignorant, dumbed-down, and debased to salvage liberty.  What the Founders said of Freedom – that vigilance is required to maintain it – is true, and…Read More »

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  • Paul Adcock
    February 28th, 2016 5:49 pm
    #22

    We need to try and portray Trump as a fascist while portraying Cruz as a constitutional conservative.

  • mary
    February 28th, 2016 5:51 pm
    #23

    What a shame, and a shame they would not take advise from you. Cruz needs big time help, America is doomed if he does not take this election. Americans still have heads in the sand.

  • Greg Halvorson Greg Halvorson
    February 28th, 2016 7:32 pm
    #24
    Author's Reply

    A 15 minute lecture with people taking notes would’ve done it… Instead, random clulelessness and tables of kids, including a 5th grader who made 1000 “calls” in one day.

  • Cherrill Clifford
    February 28th, 2016 7:37 pm
    #25

    What you describe sounds eerily familiar. It is the exact same impression I had of the Camp Cruz in NV. I drove there almost four hours each way from northern CA. I am disturbed by how it is all done. I do not know who made the decisions, but I know whoever did it was wrong. PAC leaders were some of the ones running the show & all they wanted was to be able to say how many calls they had made. The phone bank calls were organized in such a way that no one could truly record where the voter was coming from politically in any understandable way. The phone bank system was such that no worthwhile information was truly gathered. I feel that Cruz was betrayed. The NV Republican party is next to useless. Almost two years ago they removed the pro-life statement from their platform. Immediately many conservatives left the party and registered Independent. All that is left, in their GOP, is mostly RINOs. It is no wonder Trump won. But, I feel that the Camp Cruz leaders made things even worse. It is a terrible shame.

  • ANNA GOLDEN
    February 28th, 2016 8:58 pm
    #26

    I can say, after reading your blog post, that my daughter shared some of your same complaints when she was part of the #CruzCrew in Iowa. She had some experience with political messaging and I had made sure the was able to go block walking with me for a local candidate before her trip to IA.

    Apparently, the first day there, everyone had to make calls. It was the worst way for her to start her adventure. She made something like 300 calls herself that day and spoke with maybe 12 people. Of those 12 people, she either got decided for Cruz folks, or people who got mad and hung up on her because they were tired of getting calls. The folks at the call center were focused on the number of calls, not the quality of the content.

    She was at a rally when the brouhaha over the mailer was occurring and was confronted by voter who had received one. The campaign had a serious case of the right hand not knowing what the left hand had done and as a result, there were a lot of volunteers who were completely clueless as to how to respond to the mailer. One of the people in charge, she found out later, flat out lied to her and the voter about it.

    All in all, she had a great experience and will cherish it for the rest of her life, but she did have some serious reservations about the organization.

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Quick thoughts on the debate in Houston — a lout, a liar, and a Patriot

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Thursday, February 25, 2016

~ ~ ~  I watch these things through my hands, nervously praying, the Poster Child of Angst, but tonight was a good night, Ted was smooth, on-point, relaxed (and it relaxed me) and Trump was his usual embarrassing bag of roadkill masquerading as a presidential candidate.  Rubio, too, despite being a liar, made me cheer,…Read More »

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  • Paul Adcock
    February 25th, 2016 11:27 pm
    #27

    I hope the voters turn on Trump and Rubio.

  • Callie Taylor
    February 25th, 2016 11:46 pm
    #28

    I am confident that Trump didn’t gain any real voters after tonight’s debate. His die hards will only vote for Trump or bust. They are of a lower IQ and cannot be coerced or cajoled with facts. Cruz exposed and made the case perfectly that Trump CANNOT win against, and WHY he cannot win against Hillary, probably not against anyone in the Democrat party for that matter. He also exposed some very important flip-flops and my favorite part was when he told folks to go to his web page, TedCruz.org to see a video of Trump saying exactly what Cruz had just said he said, of which of course Trump at first tried to deny. I also noticed on TWO different occasions that Trump attempted to act like he actually had a policy stance on something and guess what, they were BOTH Ted Cruz’s stances from the very earliest debates. This guy is not kidding ANYONE with an IQ over 100. I don’t think Trump is stupid, but tonight he sure appeared so. He was schooled by a master of the debate stage.

  • Deborah Lee
    February 26th, 2016 7:29 pm
    #29

    Great article, Greg! I wish Trumps supporters could be reasoned with! If it were possible, you could do it!

  • Justin Boyle
    February 26th, 2016 8:53 pm
    #30

    Trump really looked like a chump at the debate! I thought someone was going to need to bring him a pacifier! He has no problem pointing the finger at somebody else, but God forbid anyone calls him out on anything! He is a disgrace, and Ted Cruz is still the ONLY one who looks Presidential!

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Friends, did you SEE it???

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Sunday, February 14, 2016

~ ~ ~  Y’all, it was nuts—last night, a crazy person, an unhinged loon, went on television.  He was orange, as if he bathes in spaghetti sauce, and rude and loud.  He said embarrassing things, said Bush caused 9-11.  No kidding—BUSH!!  He wouldn’t stop.  He pointed fingers.   Did you SEE???   I hope you…Read More »

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  • Cynthia
    February 14th, 2016 5:59 am
    #31

    Hi Greg,
    I found your blog because someone on FB mentioned and linked it. I was disappointed in tonight’s debate. I anticipated a lively discussion of the many issues our great nation faces. Instead, it all looked like a bunch of teenage boys in a shouting match! The very worst is hard to define: was it Mr. Trump saying Senator Cruz is a liar? Was it Senator Rubio’s stupid assumption that Senator Cruz doesn’t speak Spanish? I dunno, between Governor Bush’s whining and Mr Trump’s shouting over other people, I was ashamed. Voters who tuned in to hear some substantive information were deprived of anything even resembling a discussion. Governor Kasich and Dr. Carson were the only two who seemed chagrined that professionals could and did get into a free-for-all. Who won? I don’t know. Who lost? The American voters, who might have learned something if only the candidates behaved better. Very sad. My 29 year old daughter left the room in disgust. She’s not very knowledgeable, but she knows nonsense when she sees and hears it.
    Thanks for reading.

  • Paul Adcock
    February 14th, 2016 6:54 am
    #32

    Yep, Trump threw another of his famous Trumper Tantrums. Go Cruz!

  • Deborah Lee
    February 14th, 2016 7:35 am
    #33

    Another on point blog! Trump makes them all look bad, by association! Cruz was very strong last night and he will be an amazing president!

  • Nina
    February 14th, 2016 6:50 pm
    #34

    I can tell you how he continually shows big wins in post-debate polls. He may not have a good “ground game” but his supporters have created a loose network of sites and groups. Many of these are posting the links to every poll for their membership to run to. I failed to bookmark several of the sites I cam across until I snapped to the pattern. Here is one example:

    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/02/13/who-won-the-debate-list-of-polls/

    So Trump Cult members by the thousands run to vote while the majority of the rest of us do not.

  • Callie Taylor
    February 14th, 2016 7:32 pm
    #35

    Trump is a liberal progressive to the core. I cannot for the life of me understand how ANY one calling themselves a conservative or a republican could possibly vote for him. My conspiracist side of me thinks he’s a Clinton shill, planted among us to split the vote if Trump deems himself “not treated fairly.” If he wins the nominee we LOSE period. As Jimmy Carter said, the man is malleable. I will keep telling as many people as I can everyday the importance of this vote, they better spend it ever so wisely. CRUZ2016

  • Justin Boyle
    February 14th, 2016 8:41 pm
    #36

    Chump looked like an absolute fool at the debate! Of course, it comes very naturally to him. He made just about everyone else look good by comparison, but still the Trumpeters blindly follow. We live in a sorry world, and it feels like the Twilight Zone at times. Cruz looked, well, Presidential, and he’s the only one!

  • hamilton
    February 22nd, 2016 7:53 pm
    #37

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NO, Trumpkins, it’s not okay to drop the F-Bomb in public speeches

Posted by Greg Halvorson on Monday, February 8, 2016

~ ~ ~  “It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible.” ~George Washington    For those so appalled by the presidential race that they’ve smashed their television, abandoned the farm, and fled to the Andes to raise alpacas—bad news.  In New Hampshire, last week, he did it again—showed America why it…Read More »

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  • Paul Adcock
    February 9th, 2016 3:53 pm
    #38

    I hope we can wake people up to what Trump is up to. I have an idea how to deal with him. We’ll chase off all the other candidates but Trump and Cruz. Then, as I expect, the GOP Establishment will back Trump and the Trumpbots will realize they’ve been had and go to Cruz.

  • Jerry Schmidt
    February 9th, 2016 8:22 pm
    #39

    Obungler has been saying F U to this Constitutional Republic for 7 years.

  • Justin Boyle
    February 10th, 2016 7:24 pm
    #40

    In a world where so many are Trumpatized, I’m starting to wonder if we are living in the Twilight Zone!

  • Doug
    February 14th, 2016 6:36 am
    #41

    Was it Paul Harvey who opined about the “coarsening of America,” and I think this is it. For so long civility has been replaced with the profane, and has steadily been allowed to be acceptable. Imagine this kind of speaking just a mere 20-50 years ago, there’s no way that candidate would have been considered. I see it on Facebook all the time now, posts that are meant to have some kind of profound intention are laced with profanity. I mourn for this country.

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