Friday, March 25, 2016



Temecula, CA – For all the people out there shouting, 'Have we come to this? Candidates talking penis size, not politics, playing tit for tat?' Sadly, Sports Fans, the answer is 'yes'. While some of us thought the country was getting better, the actual fact is, it was getting worse. The Mike Judge movie, Idiocracy, has come to pass. [psst, set your volume to mute for this link]

A third of the country is establishment, as is Hillary Clinton who has gone from a Say Anything campaign to a Say Everything theme. A third of the country is anti-establishment and hell-bent for leather. And a third of the country is anti-establishment and rational in knowing just how much money this country WASTES on so much crap, cough, 1000 foreign bases.

As I am wont to do, I blame Hillary for the present political condition because it is she who has dragged the women into this free-for-all, being herself a ball-buster. Others also blame Hillary for the current fiascoes, and seriously, all the present foibles, including Obama, can be laid at the doorsteps of the Bushes and the Clintons, though the country was seized in 1913.

The latest political fight between the Republican candidates illustrates how they fight. Under the re-branded Dixiecrat theme, Republicans have gone down to slugger gymnastics, and people love to see a good fistfight especially between people they don't like. A lot of people don't like Trump [Hillary supporters, mostly] or agree with Trump [Sanders supporters, mostly], but it now seems that Cruz' dirty tricks [campaign people] has returned to bite back.

After Cruz torpedoed Gentle Ben in Iowa [the 'red shirt' in Cruz's POV it would seem] with a false story, oopsie, then his super-pac throws out a nude model shot of Trump's model wife [duh] in Mormon Country, no doubt a tip from The Mittster who knows his flock well, maybe even better than most. But you didn't get that here.

So The Don does what any self-respecting man-fuck does when playing The Dozens, 'muhfucker, yo momma's so ugly...', and people who don't like Trump get on his case because he's playing in the dirt. Want a gentleman, go see Bernie Sanders. And Trump didn't put up a nude of Cruz' wife. He was smarter than than, and classier.

People like to say that Jesus wasn't political. That is wrong. With Jesus, after he had pulled a rabbit, a turkey, and a bear out of his ass, miraclely speaking, the local politicos came calling as the one horse to bet on. The Bible tells us that Jesus said 'no' because he knew what was in their hearts. He didn't cast any demons out of them, or curse them, or even accuse them like he did the 'blind' religious leaders. He knew what was in their hearts and he wanted no part of it.

When a man runs on his Bible, that says a lot about the man's character given how Jesus reacted to politics, unless he's a Jew.

Today it doesn't concern most what's in a man's heart, but who's in his bed because that can be an indicator of his character. Trump has a storied past like many of us, but his present is looking good. Ted Cruz' present seems to have caught up to him. Now we will see how that effects his future.

The National Enquirer alleged on March 23 that the senator has had five extramarital affairs. And the descriptions it provided of the women—along with barely-pixelated head-shots of them—left little to D.C. insiders’ imaginations as to who the Enquirer had accused of being Cruz paramours. Cruz fired back on Friday, charging that the piece was baseless and that the Enquirer was taking its marching orders straight from “Donald Trump and his henchmen.”

The truth behind the rumor-mongering, however, is a little more complex. A half-dozen GOP operatives and media figures tell The Daily Beast that Cruz’s opponents have been pushing charges of adultery for at least six months now—and that allies of former GOP presidential hopeful Marco Rubio were involved in spreading the smears.

For months and months, anti-Cruz operatives have pitched a variety of #CruzSexScandal stories to a host of prominent national publications, according to Republican operatives and media figures. The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg News, Politico, and ABC News—reporters at all those outlets heard some version of the Cruz-is-cheating story. None of them decided to run with rumors. Those publications’ representatives all declined to provide on-the-record comments when The Daily Beast reached out for this article.

Breitbart News, the notoriously Trump-friendly conservative outlet, was also pitched the story of Cruz’s extramarital affairs, according to a source close to the publication. That source said an operative allied with Marco Rubio—but not associated with his official campaign—showed the publication a compilation video of Cruz and a woman other than his wife coming out of the Capitol Grille restaurant and a hotel on Tuesdays and Thursdays. But the outlet opted not to report on the video, which demonstrated no direct evidence of an affair.

“We got it from a Rubio ally,” said the source. “It was too thin, so [Breitbart’s Washington political editor Matt Boyle] decided not to run it. There was no way to verify the claims.”

Friday afternoon, Trump disavowed any connection to the Enquirer’s story—while giving their credibility a backhanded boost.

“I have no idea whether or not the cover story about Ted Cruz in this week’s issue of the National Enquirer is true or not, but I had absolutely nothing to do with it, did not know about it, and have not, as yet, read it,” he said in a statement.

He then proceeded to praise the publication.

“Ted Cruz’s problem with the National Enquirer is his and his alone, and while they were right about O.J. Simpson, John Edwards, and many others, I certainly hope they are not right about Lyin’ Ted Cruz,” he said. David Pecker—the CEO of American Media, Inc., which publishes the Enquirer—is tight with Trump.

And with that return snap to Ted's nut sac, we move on.

(Story source – Asawin Suebaseng, Betsy Woodruff)

Even though the images are pixelated, it’s obvious who the person is above in the first frame photo spread of Ted's alleged mistresses. That is definitely Katrina Pierson who is the face of the Trump campaign on all the cable news shows.

What really makes this interesting is that Katrina used to be a strong supporter and associate of Ted Cruz. She appeared on stage with him more than once and endorsed him during his early election campaign for senate. Katrina challenged veteran texas legislator Pete Sessions in a primary, where Cruz failed to give her his endorsement, and she ended up losing the primary.

Not long afterward she attended a Tea Party activist meeting with Ted Cruz in Dallas, where she met Donald Trump. Soon after that, she was moving closer to the Trump campaign where she was eventually hired and installed as the primary spokesperson for his campaign.

Some find the current day of politics a show to enjoy.

 (A tip o' the hat to my oldest for this update link. Thanks, Peter)

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