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  1. Amazing. Let’s list the cuckservatives who, at this juncture in American history, would be willing to schedule a rally at which they might face a sea of 40,000 Confederate battle flags. I can’t wait to see how Trump handles this one.

  2. Build it from the Gulf to the Pacific. Obviously some areas will be given priority but the entire border must be protected and soon.

  3. Trump’s in Alabama, soooo….

    Who couldn’t see this coming?

    Is Donald Trump Vying to Become the Next George Wallace?
    With his fearmongering attacks on Latinos, the Republican presidential candidate’s tactics are reminiscent of the segregationist governor from Alabama.
    http://www.theroot.com/articles/politics/2015/08/is_donald_trump_vying_to_become_the_next_george_wallace.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

    Replace Donald Trump’s New York accent with a Southern drawl, then replace his use of “illegals” with the n-word, and there you have it: a 2015 version of George Wallace, Alabama’s segregationist governor who stoked fear and prejudice to find his place in politics.

    And like Wallace—who, after losing his first race for governor in 1958 to an opponent who had the backing of the Ku Klux Klan, vowed, “No other son of a bitch will ever out-n–ger me again”—Trump is apparently taking no chances on being “out-illegaled” by his Republican opponents in the presidential campaign.

  4. The Trump express is gaining momentum. Opponents will use the race card and other devious methods to derail him. He’s correct on immigration and other issues. They have nothing but that to counter his arguments.

    Donald Trump’s appalling reaction to a hate crime committed in his name

    http://www.vox.com/2015/8/20/9182169/trump-hate-crime

    Two Boston men were charged yesterday in the beating of a homeless Mexican man. The victim was allegedly sleeping outside a subway station when brothers Scott and Steve Leader rummaged through his things, then started beating him around the face and neck and hitting him with a metal pole. One witness heard the brothers laughing as they walked away.

    Here’s what police say Scott Leader told them to justify the assault: “Donald Trump was right — all these illegals need to be deported.”

    Here’s what Donald Trump said when told about the alleged assault (according to the Boston Globe) at a press conference in New Hampshire: “I haven’t heard about that. It would be a shame, but I haven’t heard about that.” Then the crowd buzzed, and Trump added: “I will say that people who are following me are very passionate. They love this country and they want this country to be great again. They are passionate. I will say that, and everybody here has reported it.”

    Here’s the video, provided by the Trump campaign. The exchange in question starts at 7:50, but unfortunately you can’t hear the questioner. The first question appears to be about death threats against Megyn Kelly; Trump’s remarks quoted by the Boston Globe, which the Globe says (and the Trump campaign did not dispute) are about the assault, start at 8:28.

    In other words, Trump, asked a question about an alleged hate crime committed by two of his followers, pivoted to praising the “passion” of his followers.

    When people are committing hate crimes in your name, you do not call them “passionate.” You do not say they “want this country to be great again.” You say they do not represent you or your beliefs. You talk about why your followers are different from people who beat up homeless men because they’re “illegal.”

    Donald Trump isn’t explicitly saying it’s okay to beat people up because of how they look, but at least two men have interpreted it that way. And instead of telling them, and the rest of his followers, that that interpretation is unequivocally wrong, he’s — at best — framed it as a moderately regrettable downside of his movement’s “passion.”

  5. And the rest of the candidates speak about how much the immigrants despite their higher crime rates, welfare exploitation, and coarsening of life in the United States “enrich” us and make us a better country.

  6. Harold Crews
    ;And the rest of the candidates speak about how much the immigrants despite their higher crime rates, welfare exploitation, and coarsening of life in the United States “enrich” us and make us a better country.’

    I know. It’s sickening. They even promote sanctuary cities to protect those squat monsters.

    When a mexicrap gets a little roughed up they all cry crocodile tears.

    Did I mention recently that I hate em?

  7. Afterthought, Jim —

    Sam wasn’t condemning Trump’s response; he was presenting the condemnatory text of the article he linked. He just neglected to put it in quotation marks.

    • “Afterthought, Jim —

      Sam wasn’t condemning Trump’s response; he was presenting the condemnatory text of the article he linked. He just neglected to put it in quotation marks.”

      Thank you for pointing that out.

      Sam, Sorry about that. This is something I do not like about blogs and vBulletin Forum is superior in this regard.

  8. John Bonaccorsi,

    ‘Sam wasn’t condemning Trump’s response; he was presenting the condemnatory text of the article he linked. He just neglected to put it in quotation marks.’

    Thank you John, for explaining that I posted the article in it’s entirety.

    The negative comments about Trump are not mine.

    Geez, you would think that would be OBVIOUS from the hundreds of posts I’ve written against Mexican invaders and my numerous posts supporting Trump.

    I’ll have to be more careful in the future when linking to stories.

  9. Trump clearly is a nationalist (and not a southern nationalist) who favors the rule of law (now on life-support); jobs, trade, growth and prosperity for Americans first; and America in control of its borders and deciding who comes in, how and when. He is against the dominant PC culture and the corrupt system of oligarchs controlling both political parties. That’s as far as it goes and it’s good enough.

  10. Hope you real conservatives have figured out what Sam is doing is spreading nothing but propaganda, it does not require an intellectual response of blah, blah blah it requires a response of scorn and disdain towards those who spew the propaganda.

    Come on now stop acting like beltway cucktards. Sam is a lowlife anti-white so wrapped up in left wing identity politics he will say anything.

  11. I’m seriously thinking about blowing off work and heading to Mobile later today. Anyone know if it’s sold out?

  12. From Twitter:

    One of the things that is good abt @realDonaldTrump is he’s forcing
    others out of status quo politicking.”

    This is at the heart of the matter as to why Trump merits our support.

    I note that Jebby has become tough, miraculously. What happened? When I look at Jebby and the rest of them I want to puke.

    BTW, I just called the stadium to inquire as to whether the Confederate Battle Flag is allowed in the stadium. The female twit hung up on me after stating she thought it was not allowed and I pointed out that it’s not mentioned as disallowed in their policy statement: http://www.laddpeeblesstadium.com/stadiumpolicies.asp

    The stadium’s telephone number is (251) 208-2500.

    Again, this is an excellent opportunity to agitate and rally our people. Take your flags. Go in groups. Spread out but close enough to video the others in your group. Always do whatever the police tell you. Never argue. You have no free speech rights when it comes to blue niggers. Be very careful.

  13. Sam- that ‘Root’ article is written by an uppity black ho’-TONYAA WEATHERSBEE.
    “http://www.theroot (dot) com/articles/politics/2015/08/is_donald_trump_vying_to_become_the_next_george_wallace.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter”

    Sorry, but what does all that ‘H8′ have to do with Donald?

    Unless it’s all ORCHESTRATED BY AN ALIEN RACIAL GROUP? … oh… I see.
    They’s been hatin’ a LONG time. a Loooooong time.

  14. “Donald Trump isn’t explicitly saying it’s okay to beat people up because of how they look, but at least two men have interpreted it that way. And instead of telling them, and the rest of his followers, that that interpretation is unequivocally wrong, he’s — at best — framed it as a moderately regrettable downside of his movement’s “passion.”

    Oh, I see. Fifth Columnist here at OD. Sorry, Sammy Schmulstein. Ain’t gonna work. talmudic rationales don’t matter anymore. “They ALL have to go back.” We’re done. Have a nice day… in Tel Aviv.

  15. I also called the Mobile Police Department, re: is the Confederate Battle Flag allowed in the stadium and they told me that it’s up to the stadium.

    I then called Alabama Governor Robert Bentley’s office, 334-242-7150, and inquired as to whether the governor plans on calling out the National Guard to prevent anyone from bringing their Confederate Battle Flag to the Trump Rebel Rally. They are to get back to me with a response.

  16. “Stadium full of rebel flags? Shows how ignorant you are. You’re the racist.”

    Yes, I really don’t understand Dixie-ism, so to speak, so maybe you’re right that it’s unlikely Confederate flags will be on display at Trump’s rally in Mobile. As to my being a racist, well, yes.

  17. robroysimmons
    ‘Hope you real conservatives have figured out what Sam is doing is spreading nothing but propaganda, it does not require an intellectual response of blah, blah blah it requires a response of scorn and disdain towards those who spew the propaganda.’

    You are grossly misinformed, not very bright and don’t have a clue.

    Stick with parroting Whitaker’s robotic mantra incessantly, all day, everyday like an obedient little Bugser.

    Your brains can’t handle anything beyond that.

    Leave the thinking to non-cultists.

  18. Lots of CSA battle flag clothing so far in Mobile for the Trump rally. The liberal media will try to spin this no doubt.

  19. “Just when I think I’m out, they pull me back in.”
    — Michael Corleone

    I gave up voting some time ago. It changes nothing. Look at the aftermath of the “historic” GOP victory last fall for further proof. The Board of Elections recently sent me a letter telling me that I need to “re-up” my registration because I haven’t voted in a while, or be limited to a provisional (i.e. usually fraudulent) ballot. I was going to forget about it until Trump came along…

  20. So far, fat negro preacher, bunch of niglets on stage and the only flags seen are not what was hoped for.

    I hope it gets better.

  21. That was a kick ass rally by mainstream American standards. My group had a good time, and the red version of the Southern Nationalist flag was clearly visible from my part of the stadium.

  22. Lew
    ‘That was a kick ass rally by mainstream American standards. My group had a good time, and the red version of the was clearly visible from my part of the stadium.’

    Where was that Southern Nationalist flag located? I did not see it. I’ll watch for it on replays.

  23. Chris MATTHEWS: TRUMP HAS NO ‘CULTURAL’ COMMONALITY WITH AL BECAUSE HE LIVED WITH ‘THOSE ETHNIC PEOPLE’

    Sam: He’s got something in common.

    I checked on Trump’s ethnicity. His mother was Scottish. Her parents were from the Isle of Lewis.

    Is that why he threw in the remarks about genes being important?

    Just wondering out loud.

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