Hey, there’s a new funny going around, very timely this July. Here’s one version.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were invited on a Pacific cruise with wealthy donors. Mid-ocean, a terrible storm seemed to come from nowhere and they were shipwrecked. Hillary and the Donald found the same life raft, alone at sea. At one point he saved her life, at another, she saved his. They washed ashore on a desert island never to be seen again and together they saved America.
What I like about it, besides the outcome, is its versatility. It can be lengthened to a shaggy dog story, or shortened to a one-liner depending on the situation.
But the time is now very short for each party to do the right thing, the very important thing, and disqualify each of these two, or overrule their tentative delegate counts, based on what should have been learned about them by now.
Brilliant work, Democrats and Republicans. Yay, America!
Are so many Americans so jaded, they can’t see tyrants in front of their faces anymore? Or, that ignorant? Both, you say? Conservatives included? Yeah.
I have tended to let others do the talking in Gulag Bound, lately. For example, Terresa Monroe-Hamilton is a much better news hound, with excellent perspective. Cream of the crop.
And Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. is perhaps the world’s most authoritative source on Donald Trump’s dangerous, extreme, malignant narcissism (a.k.a., megalomania).
But if you’d like a brief synopsis of the trouble America is in, if the Republicans don’t do the right thing and disqualify Trump (and for that matter, if the evil Democrats don’t summon just a little sense and do the same with Clinton) then I may have served you well in just a few minutes this morning, talking with Dan Lynch on KUBC AM 580 in Colorado. Dan is great, too.
If that helps at all — as it should — I suggest the articles of the Bound. See our tag, #NPDTrump. (Here is #NPDTrump in Twitter, by the way.)
It seems our best hope may come from calling for the Republican National Convention to disqualify Donald Trump for his textbook mental disorder. I would say mental illness. #DisqualifyDonald!
The tulip tree (liriodendron tulipifera) official state tree of Indiana, as in “out of one’s tulip tree”
AW: The Third of May was quite an auspicious day in American history. First, we had Donald Trump’s freakish Lee Harvey Oswalding of Ted Cruz’ father Rafael. It was as if he shouted at the top of his lungs, “America! Listen! I am not fit for the U.S. Presidency!” This brought Cruz’ epic lambasting of Trump as the malignant narcissist he is (reader, catch it if you haven’t). Then, of course Hoosiers deftly proceeded to tilt the whole Republican pan of marbles to Trump, whereupon Cruz suspended his campaign. I think God is showing our country just how sensible we have gotten.
It’s been two months since I interviewed you and I’m really annoyed about a number of things, Sam. The news media are derelict of duty about Trump and his readily apparent Narcissistic Personality Disorder, despite the warnings from you and a number of other experts who have put their reputations on the line. “Trumpkins” in social media claim all politicians are narcissists, so what? Maybe the core of the matter is people don’t understand how dangerous and harmful this all is. Let’s start with that.
So, just speculatively, from your experience and observations, how dangerous do you believe a President Trump would be?
Got to be embarrassing for this demonstrator. It shows what begins to happen to people who make the critical error of believing Donald Trump. Ted Cruz presents his case, with his genuine policy commitments and track record, contrasting that with Trump’s self-contradictions and pervasively demonstrated lack of trustworthiness. Instead of listening to fact and reason, the blinkered Trumpkin demonstrates no validity for his own personal faith in The Donald.
Call it wilful ignorance. Apparently, the best he and his cohorts can do is parrot the foolish falsehoods and conman’s claims of Trump, himself.
We may believe we know celebrities from the familiarity of their video appearances. But the persona we may get used to seeing is not necessarily the real, nor whole person. Some now see candidate Donald Trump’s public behavior and are quite concerned. Is he merely the benign if very outspoken rogue, as so often depicted by grinning pundits? A known quantity? I suggest no easy dismissal of caution after sharing observations with Sam Vaknin.
Cross on Mojave Desert’s Sunrise Rock, VFW, defended by Ted Cruz, photo via NPR, Liberty Legal Foundation
Very early this morning after the Houston GOP debate, I sent this note to three Evangelical leaders of national prominence. It is brief and self-explanatory. So far, it has been checked as read by one of them. Feel encouraged to forward to other Christians.
Dear senior brothers,
I was astounded to hear from Megyn Kelly on Fox News last night that certain Evangelical backers of Ted Cruz are considering shifting support to Marco Rubio (eager author of Gang of Eight and of also eagerly, Cap and Trade legislation in Florida, super-interventionist war hawk).
It would be politically traitorous to allow such talk to go on before Super Tuesday. Sen. Cruz will win Texas and will finish higher than Sen. Rubio in southern states. Rubio is far behind in every state, even his home state of Florida.
Further, if Cruz (not Rubio) were to drop out, at least half of his support would tend to go to Donald Trump.
Polls have shown that Cruz has more backing nationwide than Rubio and both beat Trump handily in one-on-one polling.
Please quash such talk. We must not have Sunshine Patriots sabotaging the Cruz campaign in this most critical hour for supporting him.
Regards in Christ,
I tend to smell a smell in the rumor mill. Could it be longstanding neocon pied piper for globalist pols, Ralph Reed? Just asking.
As in previous United Nations climate agreement talks, this week’s conference in Paris is encountering conflict between wealthy and poorer nations. It threatens to sweep their sweeping agreement into the ancient Paris sewer system. They have extended its deadline to this Saturday.
We can pray a solution isn’t found in these next few hours that will lock the entire world into one giant leap toward the ultimate imperialism of one-world government. I don’t mean that as a figure of speech. We can pray.
To understand the evils of opening the door to further global government, whether based upon the Big Scare of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere (which beyond beneficial, is utterly necessary) or whatever other pretext, I suggest firstly reading about the Tower of Babel in the Old Testament, secondly in the New Testament, the attempt to bring the world back together before Christ. Then, thirdly, one can turn to the Agenda 21 articles in Gulag Bound, perhaps beginning with “The Plan: Agenda 21, Death Knell of Liberty.”
The video and excerpted text below comes through LifeNews.com and Steven Ertelt.
Farrell made it clear that Planned Parenthood had been involved in the selling of aborted baby parts for some time and was very familiar with the use of fetal remains in the production of humanized mice. […] She emphasized repeatedly that she creates a written line-item budget for compensation that effectively conceals the fact that the money received from fetal remains is actually a financial benefit to the company above and beyond hard costs. In addition, she noted that they are able to alter abortion procedures to make sure they have baby parts to sell. […] Yet Farrell acknowledged that it was illegal for them to alter the timing or manner of the procedure for the purpose of ensuring organs were fit for use by researchers. In the lengthy video, Farrell is seen looking over her e-mail when she finds a message from an immune-biology laboratory that was requesting fetal tissue to create humanized mice. The full conversation can be reviewed beginning at the 4:27:45 time marker on the full video.
Are you able to deal with the hard political and technical realities of the Third Millennium, B.C.?
Here is a test, to help you answer that question.
Listen to widely known expositor of Biblical prophecy, Perry Stone.
Here, Stone speaks of what he’s read and been told about plans for using Obamacare’s federalized health care control for the purpose of implaning chips in America’s entire population. He, as many quickly would, compares this to the Bible’s prophecy of “the mark of the beast.” Mr. Stone speaks with the inflections of the rural South. Many in America suffer from the bigotry of thinking a man of such persona to be ignorant. But just who is ignoring the facts?
This is the test:
Whether he has all the details down or not, do you believe Perry Stone is properly concerned, here?
If not, regrettably, you fail.
Stone refers to the year 2017. I have written before of the potential for the powers that be to orchestrate breakdown, upheaval, and chaos in America — possibly during the administration of the next Republican president. It would fit the old Marxian method much better to revolt against a Republican rather than a Democrat, since the latter has effectively become America’s neo-Marxist Party. A new president is to be inaugurated January, 2017.
A second test:
Do you think the minor economic collapses in 2008 may have been orchestrated, at least in part, in conjunction with that year’s pivotal elections, but on a smaller scale than would be necessary to provide matches and tinder for complete revolution?
If you answered “No” to either question, we have more for you to read and to hear, for your frankly, remedial, education.
The existential threats to the United States of America hardly include that too many citizens are sorting through and discussing these all too valid concerns, about such increasingly available methods for corrupt power to become corrupt absolutely. The threats do include that not nearly enough otherwise sensible Americans are.