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On 8/26/2015 at 7:04 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Thanks. What an incredible crowd. They tell me this is the biggest crowd in the history of the North.

A while back some founders got together. And I mean they were good people but they really didn’t know anything about building a country. C’mon, you know, let’s face facts. Franklin with his little glasses and Washington with those horrible dentures — it was a nightmare. They didn’t know what the hell they were doing.

Cruz and Rubio are back in the running for 2024. And what if Trump loses in 2020? He could run again in 2024!!! Strike Maryland Governor Hogan from the list of 2024 contenders, below because he is an idiot, but what about Donald Trump JR? Those initials JR made me remember something. Cue the “Dallas” theme song.  J.R., Pam, Bobby, Miss Ellie, Lucy, Sue Ellen, Cliff Barnes, John Ross, Christopher, and remember the guy in the big cowboy hats with a big grin, Ray Krebbs? Why don’t they show reruns of “Dallas?” This may be jumping the gun so I will put it in The Trump Humor trash can. I closed up some groups because of their similarities. Peter

From Fox News. 2020’s still up in the air, but there’s already buzz about the 2024 GOP presidential field Paul Steinhauser 3 hrs ago . . . . Carney, a veteran of numerous presidential campaigns, also emphasized that “there will be different grouping” of contenders depending on whether Trump wins or is defeated in November.

Also likely having an impact if the president loses this year is the margin of his defeat — and how active Trump would stay in the public eye and within the GOP. The 2024 race will be more than just a contest for the nomination: it will be also a battle to shape the GOP going forward. Veteran Republican strategist Colin Reed noted that “whenever the Trump era comes to an end, whether that’s next year or five years from now, the GOP will go through a period of discussion and debate about the future direction of the party.” Will Republican primary voters crave a housecleaning, or will they seek more of the same? One thing’s for sure — the jockeying has already begun. While the names will change over the coming years, here’s a list (in no particular order) of some likely and potential contenders for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination that are currently on the minds of GOP strategists who spoke with Fox News.

Vice President Mike Pence – The former Indiana governor and congressman has something that no other likely or potential contender can match: the title of vice president. Nikki Haley – There’s been tons of speculation regarding the former South Carolina governor who served as Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo – The former congressman from Kansas who served as Trump’s CIA director before becoming American’s top diplomat has been quietly reaching out to conservative leaders and donors.

Gov. Ron DeSantis – The first-term conservative and populist Florida governor is a strong ally and supporter of the president, who’s earned Trump’s praises. Sen. Tom Cotton – The Iraq War veteran who served a term as a congressman from Arkansas before winning election to the Senate in 2014 recently grabbed headlines and won applause from conservatives for targeting China over the coronavirus and for a recent controversial opinion piece for The New York Times. Sen. Rick Scott – The multimillionaire former two-term Florida governor who was elected to the Senate in 2018 went up with ads in Iowa during the caucuses earlier this year that trashed the impeachment of Trump and slammed former Vice President Joe Biden. Sen. Josh Hawley – The former Missouri attorney general – who at age 40 is the youngest member of the Senate – is seen by some as a rising star after wowing conservative pundits with his speeches and the legislation he’s pushed during his tenure so far on Capitol Hill.

Sen. Ted Cruz – The conservative firebrand from Texas – who was the runner-up to Trump in the 2016 nomination battle – is regarded as a very likely 2024 contender. Sen. Marco Rubio – Florida’s senior senator – who also made a bid for the 2016 nomination – has publicly stated that he’s potentially interested in running for president again. 

Gov. Larry Hogan – The two-term Republican governor of the blue state of Maryland definitely did not rule out a 2024 White House bid when paying a visit to the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state of New Hampshire last year. The more moderate Hogan would likely run in the mold of a John McCain or Mitt Romney Republican. John Kasich – The former congressman, two-term Ohio governor, and 2016 GOP presidential candidate who’s a vocal Trump critic flirted with a 2020 primary challenge against the president. He told Fox News last November that a 2024 run remained a “possibility.”

Donald Trump Jr. – Could the president’s oldest son be his heir apparent? While that remains to be seen, he’s a partisan warrior who’s been a tireless rock star on the campaign trail for his father and for down-ballot conservatives. President Trump – Donald Jr. may have to wait. If the president loses reelection in November, there’s nothing stopping him from running again in 2024. President Grover Cleveland pulled off the feat in 1892 after losing his reelection bid four years earlier. While Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush quickly lost clout within their parties after suffering reelection defeats, it’s unlikely Trump would suffer the same fate, unless he lost in an overwhelming landslide.

Others to keep your eyes on: Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska, Reps. Dan Crenshaw and Will Hurd of Texas, Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida, Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, the House Republican Conference chair, and Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York.

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Totally tasteless. But funny. So, I was walking through the mall in Portland and I saw that there was a Muslim bookstore. I was wondering what exactly was in a Muslim bookstore so I went in. As I was

The perjury trap ...

Some dumb leftist today said to Kayleigh McEnany during her press briefing question period that he has never heard of the government getting a percentage of private transactions. He really said that.

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44 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

They finally found somebody on the left who can meme.

Wouldn'tcha know it?

It has to be a homeless dude.

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Michael

That is twisted but funny, gunny.  Lock and load  Are you ready to fight for your freedom and your country?  I have a bad feeling that the leftists are ready to rebel if the President is reelected.    

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3 hours ago, Peter said:

I have a bad feeling that the leftists are ready to rebel if the President is reelected.    

Peter,

They are rebelling already.

Sanctuary cities, nonstop calls to abolish the system, autonomous zones, riots, mobs taking down statues, mobs trying to burn down courts and police stations, defund the police, Antifa, BLM, mainstream media support for the chaos, etc.

That looks like rebelling to me.

🙂 

Michael

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Some dumb leftist today said to Kayleigh McEnany during her press briefing question period that he has never heard of the government getting a percentage of private transactions. He really said that. He asked her to explain how that would work because he has never heard of such a thing and it sounds fundamentally wrong to him.

How did Trump get them to open that conversation?

Tik-Tok is a spy and data theft operation of the PLA (People's Liberation Army) of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party). It will soon be ended as a data theft and enemy spy operation. Microsoft is buying it and will be subject to privacy law, storing data only in U.S., etc. Negotiations got pretty hard for Microsoft (the sellers want fifty thousand million dollars) so Trump pointed out publicly he can and will ban it in the U.S. as soon as he feels like doing that. Of course, that would destroy the value of the social media app before a deal and so the CCP grew more agreeable, negotiations sped right back up. Trump then says the U.S. government should get a percentage of the deal from Microsoft, for helping facilitate, 😆.

So anyway, the dumb leftist today at the briefing can't stand that the CCP's operation is being shut down and openly questions "the government receiving a percentage of private transactions."

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19 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Jonathan,

Another one.

LOL...

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Michael

To paraphrase Frank Zappa,

"Oh [Brian], I'm sorry you gotta head like a potato/
I really am"
-"San Bernardino"
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Atrocious stuff from the TDS corps ... ?

 

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It has to feel bad that an imbecile like that wiped the floor with all your dirty asses and is going to do the same but worse in three months.

Why remind yourself over and over of how incompetent your party and all of you truly are?

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Derango!

 

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That is a super cute picture of one Biden flag on one (operable?) boat, Billy.

Every weekend enormous Trump boat parades wind through the intracoastals of the south.

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 Your picture is embarrassing. Why do you lack the instinct to keep it hidden?

You may as well have posted this picture ... 

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Incoming brouhaha ...

 

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