Daily Archives: December 31, 2016

TOP 10 GREATEST TRUMP LINES from the 2016 Political Campaign

The Top Ten Greatest Trump Lines of the 2016 Campaign

As the year comes to an end, we’ve put together a list of the 10 most memorable lines from the historic 2016 Presidential campaign.

2016 is a year we will never forget.

10. No one handles protesters like Donald Trump. Where other Republicans would be stunned or left speechless Donald Trump makes lemonade from lemons and has the crowd roaring in laughter.

At one rally this year a leftist protester started screaming during Trump’s speech. Trump stopped his speech and said this:

“Hillary, is that you?”

9. Donald Trump frequently spoke about Hillary Clinton’s lack of energy. In a Florida speech he commented about Hillary’s Health.

[Hillary] gives a 10 minute speech and then “Go[es] back home and go[es] to sleep”.

8. A tradition during the Presidential race is to have both candidates in New York at a Catholic dinner and fund raiser. During this year’s event, Donald Trump presented some of the most awkward jokes in the event’s history in grilling Hillary Clinton. Trump said,

“Hillary is so corrupt…”

and it went downhill from there. The crowd’s reaction was priceless. A sample of these follow:

7. During a Republican debate, Governor Jeb Bush was falling in the polls and Donald Trump let him have it, saying he was “real tough” and adding:

“You know you started off next to me Jeb and you’re moving further and further down the stage. Pretty soon you’re going to be off the stage, Jeb.”

It was soon over for Bush.

6. We threw this video of Hillary in for good measure. What an awful candidate. With only a few months before the election, Hillary Clinton posed a question in a video conference call with supporters, “Why aren’t I 50 points ahead, you might ask?” At this exact moment it became clear why she was not 50 points ahead and why she was going to lose – along with being a criminal, she was officially off the charts crazy.

5. At one of the final Republican debates Trump had enough of Senators Rubio and Cruz and said,

“First of all, this guy’s a choke artist and this guy’s a liar.”

4. During a Presidential debate with Hillary Clinton, Clinton bumbled about Republican Abraham Lincoln being two faced and Donald Trump took her to task,

“Now she’s blaming the lie on the late, great Abraham Lincoln. Honest Abe, never lied. And that’s the big difference between Abraham Lincoln and you.”

. Another moment during one of the final Republican debates, Trump encouraged Senators Cruz and Rubio to,

“I know you’re embarrassed. I know you’re embarrassed. But keep fighting. Keep swining. Swing for the fences, boys!”

2. When Trump was pressed in a Republican debate about a former Mexican President saying that he would not pay for that fxxxing wall, Trump responded with,

“the wall just got 10 feet taller!”

1. During the second presidential debate in St Louis, Donald Trump gave the best comeback to Hillary Clinton in Presidential debate history, when she said it was awfully good that Mr. Trump was not in charge of the law in our country –

“Because you’d be in jail.”




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New Day, New Beginning

Everybody does their year-in-review thing, famous deaths, most successful, most annoying, etc. To be truthful, there hasn’t been a year like this in quite some time. The last 8 years have left us drained of any optimism for the future, just more suffering under the Obama reign of terror. A new door will open in a few short days. We will finally have a strong, competent leader who wants to return this country to its past glory rather than punish success and spread suffering among all but the violent and the lazy. We will have some time now to listen to the cries of frustration and lamentation of those who have been giving us short shrift for just about as long as I can remember.

Oh, and the Cubs are World Champions, lest we forget.

Obama’s full-blown, year-end temper tantrum
Obama is having an extremely difficult time dealing with what may be his first-ever serious setback. This is a man described by his closest advisor, Valerie Jarrett, as “just too talented to do what ordinary people do.” More flattering, Jarrett noted that “I think Barack knew that he had God-given talents that were extraordinary. He knows exactly how smart he is. …” He is so smart, said Jarrett, that “he’s been bored to death his whole life.”

Sheriff Clarke: For 8 Years Obama Has ‘Rubbed White Peoples’ Nose in the Stain of Slavery’ — He Can’t Let Go
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke said Black Lives Matter never marches in Chicago and Obama, for eight years, has been rubbing “white people’s nose in the stain of slavery” because he cannot let the issue go, and wants America to wallow in racial division.

NewsBusters Year-in-Review: The Most Obnoxious Celebrity Quotes of 2016
Host Stephen Colbert: “Well, how about politics? Are you supporting Hillary Clinton?”
Actress Sally Field: “You betcha I am. I have been for a very, very long time. I mean, I’ll go door to door. I’ll wash everybody’s car who isn’t voting for her. I don’t care what it takes.”
— Exchange on CBS’s Late Show, March 9.
“If you vote for Hillary Clinton, I will give you a blow job. OK? I’m good. I’m not a douche, and I’m not a tool. I take my time. I have a lot of eye contact, and I do swallow.”
Delighting in Vicious Personal Attacks on Ted Cruz
“Ted Cruz, Princeton’s unwanted fetus. Fish-faced horseshit salesman. The world’s only unlikeable Canadian…. Self-described human….Half-melted Reagan dummy. Unflushable toilet clog.”
— Host Samantha Bee presenting a series of clips on the May 9 episode of TBS’s Full Frontal
Blame Trump’s Rise on Racist Republicans
NBC’s Willie Geist: “How do you explain the millions and millions of people who do not watch this show who actually like what they hear from Donald Trump
Actor/activist Rob Reiner: “Well, there are a lot of people who are racist in this country.”
Electing Trump = The End of Civilization
“If Clinton wins, I’ll miss the daily [Trump] outrage. If Trump wins, I’ll miss civilization as we know it.”
— Doonesbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau in an August 29 Washington Post Q&A with writer/artist Michael Cavna.
Trump Sons on Par With Saddam Hussein’s Evil Offspring
“Which explains his sons, Uday and Qusay. I mean, Trump senior in the White House is bad enough without these two American psychos, putting plastic over the furniture so they can axe murder prostitutes while discussing Phil Collins.”
— Host Bill Maher on HBO’s Real Time, September 30.
“The Klan won last night. White nationalists. Sexists, racists and buffoons….Hate was given hope. Abject dumbness was glamorized as being ‘the fresh voice of an outsider’ who’s going to ‘shake things up.’”
— Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin

Year-in-Review: The Dopiest Media Quotes of 2016
“Don’t believe everything you see and hear tonight. We hopefully will be the purveyors of truth and justice here.”
— Former NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams

The Washington Post, of course, is neutral, Scott, but Trump argues that the paper famed for exposing the Watergate scandal is, quote, ‘phony and dishonest.’”
— CBS’s Nancy Cordes on the June 16 Evening News, talking about Trump’s feud with the Washington Post.

Hillary Clinton, Victim of Media Bias?

Barack Obama, Savior of the World
“I read somewhere that what you’ve done with your climate change plan is the most significant thing any single human being has ever done to protect the planet. That’s amazing because there are so many skeptics out there.”

Why Drive a Car When You Can Enjoy a Donkey Cart?
“It’s still one of those nations where you see donkey carts alongside cars, trucks and buses in downtown Havana, because that’s exactly what they’d rather have for transportation.”
— Disgraced ex-NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams during MSNBC live coverage of Castro’s death early in the morning of November 26.








Filed under Barack Obama, David Clarke, Donald Trump, Hollywood, Race Relations

Praise Muslims. Ignore Christians. Blame Jews.

Lt Col Ralph Peters said these 6 words capture President Obama’s policy in the Middle East.  He goes on to say that he thinks what we are seeing now “is the administration’s true colors fully unveiled at last.  With the 2016 election over, Obama can say what he really wanted to say all these years.  And it is a disgrace, it is a betrayal, and it is certainly not sound policy.”

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Curious about Catholicism?

This September saw the beginning of the 20th season of EWTN’s The Journey Home program.  At this link are the most viewed and shared episodes of 2016:


I’m listening right now to this one featuring a former Assemblies of God pastor. His struggles with not wanting Catholicism to be true are humbling to me.  It makes me feel so grateful that I was raised Catholic.  I had to come to Jesus in a real way, something that a dear Baptist friend helped me with.  But I had no issues with Catholic doctrine or practice, because it’s how I was raised.

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Obama’s Legacy

James Woods tweeted that this was an Obama Legacy.


The Twitchy staff noted, “It reminds us of the time five police officers were murdered in cold blood while they protected the very people who hate them as they protested; Obama stood up at their memorial and basically claimed all cops are racists.”

Also, the back-asswardness of gun control legislation, which has been one of Obama’s big issues.  Chicago is among the most stringently gun controlled cities in the U.S.



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Filed under Barack Obama, Crime, Gun Control, Law Enforcement

The Not-So-Sinister Inquisition

If you are a Trump voter who is sick of being portrayed as evil by the lying left, then you know exactly how I feel about the lies that are commonly believed about the Catholic Inquisition.

Excerpt from “Seven Lies About Catholic History” by Diane Moczar (pp. 95-96, altered slightly for clarity only) [TAN, 2012]:

Spanish King and Holy Roman Emperor Charles V came to his thrones as a young man just as Luther was getting going nicely.  He was understandably anxious that the appalling disorder and loss of life caused by Protestants in the German lands not spread to his realm of Spain.  

Thus he had the Office of the Spanish Inquisition keeping a lookout for Protestant missionaries trying to infiltrate Spain from the north.  The very presence of this court seems to have had the desired effect: in the whole of the sixteenth century, the century of the Reformation, the Spanish Inquisition executed 182 heretics, or less than two per year.

By comparison the Protestant persecutions of Catholics in England, Ireland, the Netherlands, and elsewhere in northern Europe, together with the wars fought between Catholics and Protestants on the European continent, took tens of thousands of lives.

BBC: De-mythologizing the Spanish Inquisition

This video is long, but it is VERY much worth watching!  What most people think they know about the Spanish Inquisition is based on anti-Catholic slander published by Protestants in the 16th c.  This so-called “Black Legend” has been repeated ever since. The Spanish Inquisition kept meticulous records which have now, finally, been opened up and really studied by serious historians.  The story they tell is very different from the “Black Legend.”

The last five minutes is particularly compelling. A fellow I believe is a Spanish historian explains why the myths about the Inquisition became so popular and pervasive. His insights speak loudly to our own political myths. One point he makes is that a myth is simple; it is easier to believe a simple lie than to wrap our minds around the complexities of reality. The other point is that we don’t like to face the ugliness within our own natures; it is more comfortable to project that ugliness on to some “other” who is sufficiently distant to be safely demonized.

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