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Spin Zone / Happy Thanksgiving!
« on: November 24, 2022, 08:26:48 AM »

He's just trolling guys. Ignore him.
And doing a poor job at that. It’s really demeaning and effeminate when a man acts like a Karen.

Spin Zone / Trump announcement
« on: November 17, 2022, 08:24:07 AM »
But we no longer want someone to cooperate with the uniparty to get an agenda done.  The MAGA agenda is to restore power and prosperity to the forgotten man.  The federal government in the form of both parties is now aligned against the common man.  Trump’s agenda is to drain the swamp.  You want him to go to DC and play well with others.  Pretend to be opposed in public, but in private go to parties and dinners together, attend each others weddings, enjoy the DC social life, and agree that regardless of how split they are on details, the unspoken prime directive is to keep themselves in power.

You want Trump to join them?  Or break up the monolithic Goliath that hates ordinary people like you and me?  Trump got plenty done in his first term without joining the clique and playing nice.  Things that helped you and me. 

DeSantis has not yet proved to me that he won’t be seduced by the DC uniparty like most other politicians.  I’ve been burned by people like Crenshaw.  It’s hard to trust anyone.  Other than if he is compromised by an age related deficit, I trust Trump.  It’s as simple as that.
I’m a CPA and so I’m a numbers guy. In the first post-2020 election, independents broke for team D, and even more so in battleground states. This is different than 2016 and 2020. I don’t know why that is, but once again the independents swayed an election.

I’m all for brute force politics - if you have the numbers. Trump couldn’t even pull it off when he had both the House and the Senate for his first two years. How can he pull it off with a split Congress or worse, a D Congress? 

Do you consider Ronald Reagan a UNiParty guy?  He got shit done, like the Tax Reform Act of 1986, which was the first rewrite of the tax code since 1954, with Tip O’Neal as Speaker.

Edit:  I agree with you on Crenshaw. Fortunately he showed himself for what he is before running for anything big.

Spin Zone / Re: Oh, Joy… McConnell Relelected Senate Minority Leader
« on: November 17, 2022, 07:57:33 AM »
It’s about time for someone to drop a rumor that he has dirt on the Clintons.

Spin Zone / Re: Stan, What's Going on in Waukesha?
« on: November 17, 2022, 07:54:51 AM »
Did you watch some of that?  It’s hilarious.  He’s a head case through and through.  Yes I think it’s because he defended himself.  He did a terrible job.
The judge did a masterful job of handling him, and basically prevented him from going for jury nullification or an incompetency defense. Legal opinion around here is that she is being urged to run for the Wisconsin Supreme Court next April. I would support her. She has a lot of conservative decisions under her belt.

Spin Zone / Re: Trump announcement
« on: November 16, 2022, 08:48:37 AM »
So, you would like him to harp on it all the time and assure he will not get elected?  Got it.
That’s exactly true. Only the most sycophantic of us want to relive ancient political history. We have to change what has happened going forward, but we have to look forward. Looking back is as fulfilling as Al Bundy reliving by his glory days of HS football.

« on: November 15, 2022, 11:42:10 AM »
I found a rare video of GOP leadership training exercises.

Pilot Zone / Re: Pedantically speaking: Spins
« on: November 14, 2022, 07:19:49 PM »
The redhead in my school was my friend a year behind me. She was the preachers daughter. Too bad she went full liberal retard. Now she is an "actress" in NYC.
Meaning she’s a waitress, right?

« on: November 11, 2022, 05:29:04 PM »
Yes, recruiting good people is important but I don’t think it’s separate from the cheating by much. Good people are rare and many won’t sacrifice everything to run when they’re repeatedly squeaked out by fraud all over the country, which we see happening.

Any discussion of “electing” an R candidate for Congress or President is meaningless at this point. Hell, they’re stalling on a fucking school board election in my town. Conservative incumbent vs liberal CRT-spouting douche bag. It’s fucking FRIDAY, alright? Under 20,000 fucking votes total.

You’re in Wisconsin. There especially and across the country we need to bust into back rooms and investigate systems and grill county auditors and limit precinct sizes and force a one-day count … I’ve read of election shenanigans in our nation’s past where the people took swift and decisive action.

Fraud has to be stopped. Our vote is our voice.
I’m on it and have been. I’ve challenged Chris Kapenga, my state Senator, about election integrity. In particular we have a 7 justice state Supreme Court, and justices are elected. I’ve called Kapenga, a fellow CPA by the way, about stopping fraud with this next SC election which happens in April I believe. His response was like kissing my sister. I was not happy and will continue to be his worst nightmare. 

Spin Zone / Re: Covidiocy Continued
« on: November 11, 2022, 02:24:57 PM »
In the midst of a recruiting crisis and for a jab that gives myocarditis to young men in numbers never seen before. Oh, and that doesn’t prevent transmission or infection.
This is just the continued intentional destruction of the Military and our military readiness.

« on: November 11, 2022, 11:48:43 AM »
An interesting strategy for Republicans. Hold off on dropping their ballots until near the end of counting.
I found that interesting myself. Last night Tucker had on some guy from Arizona who was very excited about the 3-400,000 same day drop offs on Election Day. My gut said “we’re screwed” but the guest proceeded to say that the vast majority of those were republicans. I was shocked.

« on: November 11, 2022, 11:46:39 AM »
Like trained seals the mushy middle desperately abandon the only president since Reagan that actually governed for the people.

And why???

The fucking media told them to.

What pathetic pussies.
My God you are as childish and thin skinned as Trump. You can’t accept that other opinions might exist for the future of the country without Trump, and attack the messenger exactly like the leftists in government and media. Yet you don’t see the similarities between you and MSNBC.

You have to say that I’m a slave to the media, yet don’t see that you seem to be a slave to the Trump hero worship cult.

I went two Trump rallies.  Did you?

I campaigned for Trump in 2016 and 2020. Did you, or did you just shout from your Lazy Boy? 

I spoke at a Tea Party rally in Jefferson County Wisconsin in 2010. Did you?

I’ve come to the determination that Trump’s usefulness to me and to the Navion is waning, and could be dangerous or fatal to the movement that he started.

You are obviously incapable of coming up with your own independent thoughts on the matter. Kind of like Steingar. Pathetic.

Spin Zone / Re: I will Campaign against Trump
« on: November 10, 2022, 08:12:05 PM »
This article came out today. I literally could have written it myself. This is why Ron DeSantis is the right man for 2024.


DeSantis, on the other hand, possesses an indispensable quality that Trump lacked: discipline.  That does not mean that he is a Romney-style pushover.  It means that when he attacks, he does so calmly, effectively, with laser-like focus, and at a place and time of his choosing.  He controls the narrative, and he forces them to respond to him, not vice versa.  He takes nothing personal and continually forces the media conversation back towards policy. He pulls his punches until he knows he will connect.  And when he connects, they feel it for the next month. 

Trump was inexplicably naïve about the Deep State, often criticizing it but never fully grasping the power of the leviathan he was up against.  DeSantis could enter office with no illusions, and could use his mandate as an opportunity to completely gut, reform, and/or discard agencies running as their own self-contained governments.

DeSantis is not a NeverTrumper.  He is heir to the movement, evolved and retooled to meet the needs of the moment.  With DeSantis, we get Trumpian policy achievements without the Trumpian baggage train.  DeSantis’s handling of COVID lockdowns, federal overreach, parental rights, hurricane disasters, and the Florida economy shows he can govern effectively and deliver tangible results.  His PR victory over Disney and his public exposé of the Martha Vineyard hypocrites shows he can mop the floor with the Left in the culture wars.

We should do our utmost to avoid a bloody primary which leaves the eventual winner with a Pyrrhic victory, securing the nomination but too damaged to beat the Democrat.  Don’t mistake the dearth of quality candidates on their side as a source of comfort.  True, their current roster is indeed abysmal.  They’ve scraped the bottom of the septic tank and, as of now, can only dredge up Harris, Newsom, Buttigieg, and Pritzker as possible replacements in the event that Biden is gently escorted offstage to the Play Doh table.  But we can’t place all our eggs in the basket of a candidate who might be able to win crucial swing states by a few thousand votes each.  We need a strong, disciplined conservative to emerge early, who is capable of uniting broad swathes of the electorate, and whose margins of victory are so wide that any doubt about the mandate from the voters, much less the integrity of the election, won’t even be issues.

On November 15th, Trump is expected to announce his intent to run.  When DeSantis announces is anyone’s guess, but he’ll probably continue to wisely hold his cards close to his chest for the foreseeable future.  It’s also prudent of DeSantis to continue to not respond to Trump’s insults, which are clearly meant to draw him into a family feud that can only diminish DeSantis while keeping the attention on Trump.

Trump should be president right now.  But he isn’t.  We can make 2024 about 2020, as Trump insists on doing, or we can move on.  If we play our cards right, we can make DeSantis a two-term president with congressional majorities whose accomplishments will have outshone even those of Ronald Reagan.  Or we could try to “own” the libs again with a Trump candidacy that stands no chance of winning.  The choice is ours.

« on: November 10, 2022, 09:23:44 AM »
Stan, the Uniparty IS managing the narrative!!! Paul Ryan is saying dump Trump. You think Paul Ryan or the RNC give a rat’s ass about American citizens or the constitution?
Et tu, Becky? 

I don’t give a fuck what Paul Ryan or the UNiParty is saying. I’m my own man and have come to this decision long before they’ve opened their mouths. At least grant me that courtesy that I can think on my own. I’ve been voting since 1978 and have seen things.

You have seen me support Trump since 2016 when he won the nomination. (I was a Cruz guy before that.)  I can see with my own eyes that he has turned from a pugilist successfully beating on the democrats and the swamp to a punk, insecure back stabber who can’t handle another man’s success.

The best thing Trump could do for the American people and the Republican Party would be to say he’s not running and put his support and money behind the only REPUBLICAN leader in the country, Ron DeSantis. Do you think he will do that?  Of course not. I see him trying to destroy DeSantis, which in turn is destroying the movement that he started. This movement, of which I’m a proud member, cannot be about one person. If it is, it will also die with that one person when he fails to be re-elected or dies. The movement has to live on beyond Trump, and not die a pathetic death like the Tea Party movement, of which I was a part.

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