PostHeaderIcon A Sleeping Giant

I’ll let the Judge explain it herself:


It just isn’t prudent to cross da judge. Methinks she has a tender spot for her old friend Donald. 😀 â—„Daveâ–º


17 Responses to “A Sleeping Giant”

  • Larry Andrew says:

    I’m betting she was a very close friend of The Donald.

  • Chris says:

    Ouch! In the words of an infamous president to the GOP. “Time to eat your peas”. Said it many times. Trump isn’t my choice but it will end up being one of two that I would vote for. Any other we might as well let Bernie Sanders drive the final nail and be done with it.

  • Chris says:

    Now I need to go take a cold shower.

  • Chris says:

    Nope. I’ll go write in my own name. Maybe somebody somewhere will actually take the time to say “who the hell is this?”. It will have counted for more than voting for another Romney or McCain.

    • Now there is an idea. Maybe I will vote for you too. That ought to really confuse them. 😉 â—„Daveâ–º

      • Chris says:

        Or I could vote for you. Would that make it a highly contested race? If so I would have to get dirty and call you a birther or…something. But you would be a YUGE something. LOL I’m a winner.

        On a more serious note there are cracks starting to show up in the GOPe. Today Lindsey Graham actually said it was time for Rubio and Kasich to back out and the party to get behind Cruz. I’m less concerned with the brand of peas they have to eat as long as they’re eating them. To them neither brand is sweet. You could tell by the curled lip of Graham as he spoke that it just didn’t taste good at all.

        • That is the first semi-rational thing Lindsey Graham has said in a long time. Of course, he is conveniently ignoring that Cruz is a Canadian Born Citizen, and all the grief that is still to come from the Dems because he is ineligible. Then, if I were Cruz, I am not sure I would welcome his endorsement. The effect might be analogous to Romney suddenly endorsing Trump. 😉 â—„Daveâ–º

        • Chris says:

          Well I wouldn’t call it anything near an endorsement. Mostly from him a resignation to picking the “lesser of two evils” in their minds. As I have said. That gives me great pleasure. It’s my guess that they will go to convention without a clear nominee. They will in the end come out with a candidate that is for once of the peoples top choices. Party leaders power and influence will be diminished and the old guard rebuked. If not they are done.

          This is by far not just a republican party thing. The democrat party is being outed as well with their system of “super delegates”. People are being turned on to how the votes of party hacks diminish the value of their choosing. They are “feeling the Bern” of party control and the media has been explaining how Hillary has so many more delegates than Sanders even though Sanders isn’t losing primaries to her by that much. This may be more dangerous to democrats since they have taught their sheeple that democracy is the only fair way to social justice. Well democracy doesn’t work if every vote doesn’t count. Why should the peoples delegates be out voted by some superdelegate that they don’t vote for? It is the garnering of favor with these super delegates that causes democrats more leaning to corruption and graft.

          Both sides of the duopoly are in trouble. The media is just as usual slow to catch on with the left. You should be very pleased, as I am. 😀

        • Agreed… and yes I am very pleased. Trump has already rather exceeded my hopes for his candidacy. 😉 â—„Daveâ–º

  • Troy Robinson says:

    Well folks, the true truth is this: Both Democrats and Republicans are for limited government.

    The Dems want it limited to Democrats and the GOP want it limited to Republicans.

    Meanwhile, I want it limited to neither.

    Poor me.


  • Robert Ringer’s take on Mitt’s speech: “Winning Through Failure

    In the comment section, referring to this video, he said:

    I agree totally. That was the greatest commentary I’ve ever heard on TV.

    I would vote for Judge Jeanine for president in a heartbeat. She makes my friend Judge Napolitano look timid by comparison. And if she were made Attorney General, virtually every Democrat would end up in jail.

    I’m actually concerned that Uncle Roger might give her the hook. What a woman!

    She would be a perfect AG for Trump, if Rudy doesn’t already have dibs on the job! 🙂 â—„Daveâ–º

  • Chris says:

    And on the menu tonight is the earlier mentioned peas. Don’t be shy. There’s plenty to go around.

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