Daily Commentary – Thursday, September 8, 2016 – Phyllis Schlafly, Political “First Lady” of the Right Has Died
- Phyllis Schlafly died on Monday at age 92. With staunch GOP roots, she was a polarizing figure. RIP Phyllis …
CONSERVATIVE RADIO HOST MARK LEVIN SAYS HE’S VOTING FOR DONALD TRUMP …
Conservative Radio Host Mark Levin, who has been very critical of Donald Trump and who supported and endorsed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in the GOP primaries said yesterday on his radio show that he is “voting for Donald Trump.” In the end, what could he really do? The never-Trumpers would put Hillary in the White House and Levin could hardly want that inflicted upon the United States. As being a person who supported Ted Cruz myself, one has to look at the lesser of two evils and there is only one true candidate in this presidential election that I think is harmful to America. Personally, Hillary Clinton should be in leg-irons for the records and espionage act crime she has committed. Like Mark Levin, Donald Trump was not my first choice; however, Hillary Clinton is no choice.
Maybe this olive branch from Levin will get the conservatives on board to defeat Hillary.
MARK LEVIN: I think this is a binary election — at least for the country — that either Trump or Clinton will be president of the United States. I happen to think despite the CNN poll and so forth there is a lot of work to do to make up ground, particularly in battleground states. But Hillary is so awful I just don’t know. I’m not in the prediction business so it doesn’t matter.
So I’m going to vote for Donald Trump. I’m going to wind up voting for Donald Trump on election day. I take no responsibility for the dumb things he says or the dumb things his surrogates say. Just as I took no responsibility for the dumb things any candidate I vote for says whether it’s Congress, Senate, Supervisor, states attorney, other presidential candidates. I don’t control any of these people. I don’t run their campaigns and I don’t advise them. (The Mark Levin Show, September 6, 2016)
Daily Commentary – Wednesday, July 27, 2016 – So What Cable Network Has Done The Best at Covering the Conventions?
- I’m partial to Fox News, but some say CNN or MSNBC are covering them better
LAURA INGRAHAM, SIMPLY AMAZING …
If you missed Laura Ingraham’s speech this past week at the Republican National Convention, watch it below and be amazed. Laura Ingraham is one of my favorite TV and radio hosts, she is definitely ones of my favorite radio addictions.
Seriously folks, if you never got a chance to watch her speech, do so. She makes so much sense and talks about “RESPECT.”
“We should all — even you boys with wounded feelings and bruised egos — we love you, but you must honor your pledge to support Donald Trump now,” she said. As the crowd roared on its feet, she added: “Tonight.”
“To all my friends up there in the press, you all know why in your heart Donald Trump won the Republican nomination. You know it,” Ingraham said. “You know why he won it? Because he dared to call out the phonies, the frauds and the corruption that has gone unexposed and uncovered for too long.”
“Do your job,” Ingraham challenged the media. “Doing your job is a novel concept.”
DONALD TRUMP, “I AM YOUR VOICE” …
Donald Trump spoke to the “Forgotten” people of America last night who no longer have a voice, Trump states, “I am your voice!” It is what the establishment in both parties have still not gotten, the Democrats have not figured out, the liberals are completely blind to and the pundits in the liberal MSM and many on the other side as well still refuse to get … Donald Trump has tapped into the ‘Sleeping Giant” that is the silent majority of Americans who are fed up.
Donald Trump accepts GOP nomination, Part 2
The Manhattan mogul sold himself as the champion of a downtrodden working class — “America’s blue-collar billionaire” as one speaker called him earlier in the evening — promising to restore “law and order” and casting himself as a change agent against presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
“I am your voice,” he boomed, pointing straight toward the television audience.
“Hillary Clinton’s message is that things will never change. Never ever,” Trump said. “My message is that things have to change and they have to change right now.”
Trump delivered a deeply negative speech that described a darkening America. He spoke of spiking crime, “third-world” airports, growing trade deficits, “chaos in our communities,” and terrorism on the home front. Abroad, he said, the situation was “worse than it has ever been before.”
“This is the legacy of Hillary Clinton: death, destruction, terrorism and weakness,” he said.