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Is Donald Trump the perfect candidate? No. But he is the best option we will have in November. If either Sec. Clinton or Sen. Sanders wins in November, they would appoint progs to the Supreme Court. Justice Ginsburg is 83, and will probably retire within the next few years. Justice Kennedy is 79, and Justice Breyer is 77. The next president may have the opportunity to appoint four Supremes.

We cannot allow a President Clinton or a President Sanders to make those appointments.

After learning that his father was associating with Lee Harvey Oswald, Ted Cruz finally came to the realization that Don “the pied piper” Trump and his hoard of lemmings will never see, learn or understand what the truth is. I guess it could be worse and we could end up with John McCain……well, we pretty much did.

You Trump supporters got what you wanted, whatever that may be. Trump was a great beginning in which he shook up the establishment and got them scared. This was the perfect storm to get a true conservative nominated for and, for the most part, win an election for the GOP and rebuild America. That didn’t happen for a bunch of reasons: a GOP that hates conservatives, too many candidates in the field for too long, political lies, ugliness and shenanigans, emotional response over rational response and so on. I was told that I am too cerebral about this. Maybe but what is going on here is obvious. A corrupt and self serving GOP will sink this candidate to retain their power and standing. If this candidate is elected, he will not fulfill about 85% of what he said he will do. Trump is a money man and he will deal so that corporate America and HIS BUSINESS win. The rest of us…..not so much. Very little in fact. And because he is such a weak candidate, against 2 Dem weak, corrupt, unAmerican candidates, he could very well lose.

So what will us Americans end up with? I don’t see a bright future. More government, more filth and tolerance in society, less freedom, less money and less hope. I believe it is time for a true Conservative party since the GOP is totally lost (Scout can keep it). Maybe someday this country can be reclaimed from the trash. Maybe not. We sure have shaken up the GOP but to what end we shall soon see. Trump, Sanders and Clinton all have ugly pasts and presents for that matter. This isn’t about sour grapes because I believe in what’s best for YOU in spite of how you see things. Hope I am wrong but if I am not, I will never come back and say “I told you so”. I’m sure you will have that deer-in-the-headlights look while asking yourself “what happened” and I’m sure you’ll figure it out on your own. I only hope that if Trump wins that he nominates Cruz to the SCOTUS. That would be a consolation prize we can all live with. That is, if he can get approved by Congress. Sure has been a lot of hate in this government and this political process. ACTivist out!

Which is why Gov. McAwful issued an executive order allowing ex-cons to vote. He knows that ex-cons will vote for demonrats because ex-cons have a history of making bad decisions.

That Gov. McAwful has not fulfilled his constitutional obligations in this matter does not matter to progs — laws and constitutions never matter to progs. That’s why criminals are progs.

Let’s look at thelaw as it pertains to the normal way voting rights are restored:

§ 53.1-231.2. Restoration of the civil right to be eligible to register to vote to certain persons.
Bills amending this Section
This section shall apply to any person who is not a qualified voter because of a felony conviction, who seeks to have his right to register to vote restored and become eligible to register to vote, and who meets the conditions and requirements set out in this section.

Any person, other than a person (i) convicted of a violent felony as defined in § 19.2-297.1 or in subsection C of § 17.1-805 and any crime ancillary thereto, (ii) convicted of a felony pursuant to §§ 18.2-248, 18.2-248.01, 18.2-248.1, 18.2-255, 18.2-255.2 or § 18.2-258.02, or (iii) convicted of a felony pursuant to § 24.2-1016, may petition the circuit court of the county or city in which he was convicted of a felony, or the circuit court of the county or city in which he presently resides, for restoration of his civil right to be eligible to register to vote through the process set out in this section. On such petition, the court may approve the petition for restoration to the person of his right if the court is satisfied from the evidence presented that the petitioner has completed, five or more years previously, service of any sentence and any modification of sentence including probation, parole, and suspension of sentence; that the petitioner has demonstrated civic responsibility through community or comparable service; and that the petitioner has been free from criminal convictions, excluding traffic infractions, for the same period.

If the court approves the petition, it shall so state in an order, provide a copy of the order to the petitioner, and transmit its order to the Secretary of the Commonwealth. The order shall state that the petitioner’s right to be eligible to register to vote may be restored by the date that is 90 days after the date of the order, subject to the approval or denial of restoration of that right by the Governor. The Secretary of the Commonwealth shall transmit the order to the Governor who may grant or deny the petition for restoration of the right to be eligible to register to vote approved by the court order. The Secretary of the Commonwealth shall send, within 90 days of the date of the order, to the petitioner at the address stated on the court’s order, a certificate of restoration of that right or notice that the Governor has denied the restoration of that right. The Governor’s denial of a petition for the restoration of voting rights shall be a final decision and the petitioner shall have no right of appeal. The Secretary shall notify the court and the State Board of Elections in each case of the restoration of the right or denial of restoration by the Governor.

On receipt of the certificate of restoration of the right to register to vote from the Secretary of the Commonwealth, the petitioner, who is otherwise a qualified voter, shall become eligible to register to vote.

This is the normal process, which the governor is circumventing.

The governor is relying on Article V, Section 12, of the Virginia Constitution:

Article V. Executive
Section 12. Executive clemency
The Governor shall have power to remit fines and penalties under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by law; to grant reprieves and pardons after conviction except when the prosecution has been carried on by the House of Delegates; to remove political disabilities consequent upon conviction for offenses committed prior or subsequent to the adoption of this Constitution; and to commute capital punishment.

He shall communicate to the General Assembly, at each regular session, particulars of every case of fine or penalty remitted, of reprieve or pardon granted, and of punishment commuted, with his reasons for remitting, granting, or commuting the same.

I look forward to hearing the governor explain the particulars of each of those 200,000 cases.

Sure, this happened in Canada but they are kinda like Americans too. (No offense made to Canadians) It happened in grade school But hey, they are only kids. Why should we be afraid, right Obama?

Trump is a smart guy. He tells us so everyday. He surrounds himself with smart people to run his campaign. Cruz learned the rules and played the game by them in Colorado. Trump got caught with his pants down and cries foul. Mostly he just cries. The process isn’t rigged as of yet but Trump doesn’t know what the rules are so he just blames and cries. But Trump is very smart and so are the people around him. Do you really think it will be ANY DIFFERENT if he is President? It won’t be fair then either, I guess. What a sniveling little baby this guy is. But he is smart.

It is our freedoms. Most countries have some sort of dictatorial rule in one sense or another. Some of it by religious doctrine. Here in the good old US of A, our freedoms are spelled out in two ways: inalienable rights given us from GOD and our very own Constitution. But sometimes these rights get tweeked by nefarious entities, like our progressive government and some of our progressive churches. This not only morphs the true and moral meanings of things but it allows the foothold and expansion of deviant behavior. Which brings me to the subject of this post.

Not much unlike Cat Man , who worked for years trying to be like his feline friends, changing your body into something other than what GOD made so beautifully and perfect is just wrong….and weird….and abnormal. This is an abomination in high order and this guy couldn’t do it on his own. Doctors, whose Hippocratic oath states “do no harm”, were the major culprits here. I guess it depends of what the meaning of “is” is. To follow a mentally disturbed man’s mandate to change his being thru these terrible surgeries is a crime. Not to be outdone, another mentally disturbed individual (who doesn’t know it’s sex) got doctors to perform a similar abomination. WARNING: I find this article to be very disgusting. Not for the weak or children. Check this out. This is totally deranged. A Dragon? My only question is: what bathroom does it use or is it suppose to go in public? Sick people doing sick things.

It is well known that progs are more impulsive:

Evidence suggests that these personality differences between liberals and conservatives begin to emerge at an early age. A 20-year longitudinal study by Jack and Jeanne Block showed that those who grew up to be liberals were originally assessed by their preschool teachers as more emotionally expressive, gregarious, and impulsive when compared to those who became conservatives, who were considered more inhibited, uncertain, and controlled. Liberals may show greater tolerance for diversity and creativity, but they may also be more impulsive, indecisive, and irresponsible. On the flip side, conservatives may be organized, stable, and thrifty, but also have stronger just-world beliefs (leading to a greater tolerance for inequality), and stronger fears of mortality and ambiguity. Even recent neuroscience work published in Current Biology from University College London identifies fundamental differences in the partisan brain. Brain scans revealed a larger amygdala in self-identified conservatives and a larger anterior cingulate cortex in liberals, leading the researchers to conclude that conservatives may be more acute at detecting threats around them, whereas liberals may be more adept at handling conflicting information and uncertainty.

The amygdala is “[shown] in research to perform a primary role in the processing of memory, decision-making, and emotional reactions, the amygdalae are considered part of the limbic system.”

But recent research has “found that study participants who reported seeking high levels of stimulation or excitement or a tendency to act on impulse had reduced cortical thickness in brain regions associated with decision making and self-control, particularly in the anterior cingulate and the middle frontal gyrus.”

So despite having larger anterior cingulate cortices, the reduced cortical thickness reduced the functionality of those regions.

Science is proving the truth of Dr. Savage’s aphorism: “Liberalism is a Mental Disorder”