Donald Trump Is Now The Undisputed GOP Front-Runner For President Of The United States

The CNN moderators pressed Donald Trump early on his recent proposal to stop Muslims from immigrating or visiting the U.S. His answer was simple and stark: “We are not talking about isolation. We’re talking about security. We’re not talking about religion. We’re talking about security.”
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Republican frontrunner Donald J. Trump has sometimes struggled on the GOP debate stage. On Tuesday night, he owned it.

EDITOR’S NOTE: From this point on, there is nothing in the way of Donald Trump to becoming the Republican nominee for president of the United States. Jeb Bush, however, has repeatedly declared that “Donald Trump will never be president”. If you follow conspiracy theory, perhaps that is something that Mr. Trump should be considering carefully. Stay far away from the grassy knoll, Donald, history has a funny way of repeating itself.

Donald Trump made few mistakes, despite efforts by the moderators and the other candidates to knock him out of the pole position. While Sens. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 79% sparred over past Senate votes, and other candidates repeated lines familiar from the campaign trail, Trump looked comfortable–and solid.

He may not always have had the “right” answer, but he sounded more fluent with his own positions. At one stage, he even felt confident enough to tangle with members of the audience–supporters, it seemed, of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) –who booed his idea to “infiltrate” Islamic State on the Internet.

“I just can’t imagine somebody booing. These are people that want to kill us, folks, and you’re objecting to us infiltrating their conversations? I don’t think so.”Perhaps Trump’s rally on Monday evening was a useful warmup. There, Trump sparred jovially with left-wing hecklers and mocked the media for covering them.

Perhaps, too, grim events have conspired to affirm Trump’s “bombastic” (Carly Fiorina’s word) approach to national security: as he pointed out, both the Paris and San Bernardino terror attacks have happened since the last GOP debate.

Perhaps Trump simply knows he is sitting on a big lead.

Regardless, Trump won on Tuesday night–at times by fighting hard, at times by letting the stragglers squabble.

There were few personal attacks, no misstatements of his own policies. He faced repeated (and repetitive) attacks from Jeb Bush–often instigated by the moderators, as Trump pointed out–and simply pointed to his poll numbers.

He took a pass on Hugh Hewitt’s question about the nuclear triad. His opponents will remember. No one else will.

The CNN moderators pressed Donald Trump early on his recent proposal to stop Muslims from immigrating or visiting the U.S. His answer was simple and stark: “We are not talking about isolation. We’re talking about security. We’re not talking about religion. We’re talking about security.”

No one–least of all Bush–laid a glove on him after that.

The vaunted Trump-vs.-Cruz fight failed to materialize. Cruz allowed himself to become entangled in arguments over foreign policy between the interventionist Rubio and the reticent Paul, who blasted Rubio on immigration.

Dr. Ben Carson and Fiorina had moments, and the other two governors onstage sounded clear themes–New Jersey’s Chris Christie attacking Washington, and Ohio’s John Kasich calling for less bickering.

But it was Trump’s night.

When Hewitt asked Trump to re-affirm his commitment to staying within the Republican Party, Trump said he would do so, prompting Hewitt himself to applaud.

“I feel honored to be the frontrunner,” Trump explained.

After winning the last debate of 2015, Trump is not just the frontrunner. He is the favorite to win the nomination. source

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  • LadyZee

    The Donald was the clear winner. Cruz is a master debater and I mean, he is numero uno so let’s disregard him for the moment since while he knows how to debate his experience running things does not match up to Trump. Rubio was weak. Bush was pathetic. Christie trotted out his experience but I can’t get past his huge waistline which indicates an imminent health problem if he doesn’t stop stuffing himself. Carson had boned up on foreign policy, but his moment has passed. Fiorina’s mantra that she was a secretary (for about a nanosecond) buried a child (stepchild she barely knew) and had to be the biggest b-t-ch ever to succeed in a man’s world is a sob story I am sick of) and Ka-sick needs to step down along with Rand Paul because they refuse to admit they are losing. At the kid’s table debate Graham needs to be voted out of office and his apology to Muslims is inexcusable.

    The Donald won on the sheer fact that he has been driving the questions the moderators formulated at the debate. In that respect he owned the debate.

    • LisaG

      Boom! What she said…

    • Shelli

      I think it was Newt Gingrich who just said a couple of days ago in an interview I saw, that Ted Cruz is like one of the top 4-5 debaters in the WORLD. I had no idea! I knew he’s a quick thinker, thinks on his feet, is very self disciplined in holding his tongue and waiting to seize the right moment, the right opportunity to make his point, etc. I would love to see him as Trump’s VP. But whoever Trump decides to choose, I feel confident it will be the best choice, the right man or woman for the job.

      • Frank Church

        And he would make a great VP. To Donald

    • Ukulelemike

      Sorry, LadyZee, I’m not a Christie supporter by any stretch of the imagination, but to discount him because of his weight? Seriously? I remember that one fat president we had, teddy Roosevelt, and he seemed to do a pretty decent job as President. Come on, he has some poor policy ideas, pick one of those-enough of choosing or rejecting our leaders by their appearance-haven’t we learned yet?

    • Carol Leach

      Trump takes it all!!
      Ya ya ya

  • Guest

    Now if he’d just show some humility and humble himself toward God, that’d be one more great step forward. I’ve seen people on here saying that a Christian voting for Trump would equate to having blood on their hands. While I understand their viewpoint, at the same time it feels as if they’re crucifying Trump for his past sins and mistakes. Has Trump messed up? Of course he has! No politician is Jesus; they’ve sinned horrible sins just like you and I have.

    But can Trump change and open his life, heart, and potential presidency to God? Nothing is impossible with prayer.

    • Debra

      What is this blood on his hands? He is a good and decent person with a great heart! I wouldn’t listen to that kind of talk. It doesn’t make a bit of sense to me. Everyone has an opinion. Merry Christmas to all.

    • patrice

      If we look into the old testament there were instances that God chose non-believers to accomplish his plan. Take Cyrus for example. Could be Trump is one despite his non-belief being used of God to usher in some ray of hope for Christians. Trump did say he would protect the christians.

  • lee

    It seems NTEB wants Trump to president? He is as much a narcissist as the current POTUS but knows less about the Constitution. He could learn, but he has the attitude that he’d do whatever he wants regardless of the what the Constitution says, just as the current POTUS.

    Trump as president may lead to some changes that the American people want, but looking at his overall attitude personality, background, morales/integrity or lack of, seems a scary venture to me. Yes, the past seven years have been scary, but the conservatives did not vote the current POTUS into office.

    Thankfully, I know my future is secured in the Lord Jesus Christ regardless of what man does.

    LW

    • The ONLY thing that Obama knows about our Constitution is how to take us off of it.

      • Grace

        Exactly what I was thinking.

    • David Shedlock

      I can’t vote for a man who doesn’t know the first thing about human nature and gives out the private phone number of one of his rivals. That is a personal attack that no one should accept or vote for

    • Carol Leach

      I agree with that I, as well, know I am
      Secured in The Lord Jesus regardless of what happens. But I do believe Trump is the one to lead
      This Country.

  • Vida

    John, this is the Hauser’s sister, Vida. I couldn’t agree with your grassy knoll comment more. I pray for this mans’ safety. I hope he has a huge wall of security around himself and his family. God Bless you John!!

  • Cooleemeeedd

    Well. Does “that settle that?” I don’t think so. I’m still in the Cruz camp, after giving up on Carson, who just lacks “the right stuff,” although I love him as a Brother in Christ. If Trump loses the nomination, then he should be a good ally…maybe. If he gets the nod and is our Candidate, I’ll certainly vote for him. I think we are making progress and now need to weed out guys like Paul, Kaich and a few of the others. We need to be down to a solid three candidates by the first of the year, in my humble opinion.

    • patrice

      Kasic, Gilmore, Pataki, Santorum, Graham, Christie, Paul, Fiorina, Bush all need to concede their percentages are too low. Frankly I do not want to see Rubio either after his ‘gang of eight’ invovlement.

  • Heather

    I want to express something that hit me a couple of weeks ago and never had it dawned on before. I’m sure I will be rebuked for this thought, but here goes. Two weeks ago when there was talk of Mr Trump going to Israel I read an article where it stated Trump is in favor of dividing Israel. Immediately after that I came across a video where he speaks of TAKING the oil. I heard a recording of a clip of him last night on the radio that he would be in favor of shutting down parts of the Internet to keep the Islamic hordes from infilterating it with their kill speech.

    I am in favor of much of the things he says. He is shaking up the whole evil network and exposing their dark deeds. As a result, he has this HUGE following. I invision him if elected, bringing the hammer down. But what if it’s really the opposite of what we’re thinking? This may be radical to say, but what if the godless MSM really are in support of him behind the scenes and are only acting as though they are against him knowing we the people will support those they are against? I don’t trust any of them.

    Lately I have had a gut feeling that he actually does portray some of the similarities of what Daniel spoke of when it comes to the coming man of sin. I would love to see him go up against Hildabeast, but I still shake these feelings that perhaps this another deception being played once again on the people.
    I wanted to bring this up to get your thoughts on this possibility.

    http://kingdomengineers.com/is-donald-trump-the-antichrist/

    • Tracy

      @Heather,
      I have some of the same feelings. I like what Trump says, however, I can’t decide if he’s serious or just acting. I’m also to the point that I don’t trust any of them. I keep telling myself that no one could be as bad for the U.S. as Obama or Hillary, But, how do we know, they all say things in order to get elected (or selected). One thing is for certain, we CAN count on God’s over-all plan coming to fruition.

      • Heather

        Amen Tracy.Ths Lord’s plan is moving along and all is converging so fast.
        Home Soon Sister!

    • Lisa

      I have said from the very beginning that Trump is nothing more than a Democrat in Republican clothing. It would be disastrous if he wins the nomination because then you would basically have a Democrat vs. a Democrat in the Presidential election.

      Kasich seems a little out of touch with things…something about him just bothers me.
      Carly is too “liberated” for my liking…I just don’t think she would be a good President.
      Rubio seems to talk out of both sides of his mouth….he’s just too slick with his answers.
      Carson may be a very nice person but he’s not Presidential material.
      Trump is a ravenous wolf and a bully.
      Not another Bush in the White House……oh please!
      Paul Rand is too “Libertarian” in his thinking and
      Christie, well…..I just don’t trust him.
      That leaves only Ted Cruz…… I’m leaning his direction.

      Just my thoughts on the matter.

      • Lisa

        Correction, that would be Rand Paul………sometimes I type faster than I really should….sorry ’bout that.

      • Heather

        I would have to say right now the ones with the most common sence are Trump and Cruz. It certainly seems though that the Lord has stired up a spirit of dizziness in just about all the world’s leaders. Thanks for your response Lisa.

    • Bob

      JOIN THE DISCUSSION Hi Heather, I too have had the same thoughts that Donald Trump could fulfill that role. He’s saying a lot of things that a lot of Americans are thinking. I can see him taking care of all the problems that worry people, work out a peace treaty between Israel and the muslims, then 3 1/2 years later demand to be worshipped. I know I will face rebuke as well but his momentum train keeps going faster and faster. Perhaps Hillary even suffers serious health setback that gives Donald Trump the election victory.

      • Heather

        It’s something to watch. I can see him working those things out too actually because he is quite brilliant in many ways.

    • Kiwiwatcher

      Sister Heather….please do be careful. The Bible is largely written as viewed from Jerusalem, and most of the players, if not all, are or will be of Middle Eastern descent. Often Western eyes don’t appreciate geographically nature of the Bible. The Sanhedrin supported by numerous Rabbis will operate the Temple. (I am only referring to their narrative of late) A huge groundswell of public opinion in secular Israel also has to support the Temple. In fact, a significant industry will spring up – accommodation, food, tourism, trinkets, animal support, and will involve the Orthodox Jews. Currently, absentee landlords in Jerusalem have the ‘Messiah Clause’ in rental agreements, that when the ‘messiah’ arrives – the rental occupants may have to leave as the owners are coming back to live.
      Regardless, the Rabbis know the Old Testament inside out, and all the key Scriptures that herald the arrival of their ‘messiah’ the antichrist. He will be born or claim to be born in Bethlehem, from a line which includes Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Judah, from the House of David, spend some time Egypt (Hosea 11:1), arrive during a time of weak Jewish leadership, could die and be resurrected. Some of the attributes of the imposter may not fit correctly but he will overcome Dan 11:21 “he shall come in peaceably, and obtain the kingdom by flatteries.” The prior verse is also of great interest. Nevertheless, he will come from a ten king group without kingdoms before pushing three kings out of the way, and arrive in Israel bringing GREAT economic benefits.
      Western leaders most certainly can be an antichrist, but they will not be the antichrist – the Rabbis are very picky – only need to look at their track record. God Bless you sister.

      Ps – A recent study mid this year claimed that a peace accord for Israel would generate $120 billion to the Jewish economy. Just earlier this week, someone of note – also claimed (thought it was Kerry but cant find the link) that a peace accord would bring huge financial reward to the state Israel. Keep on eye on those people who use this dialogue.

    • Anita

      Donald Trump—Who He REALLY Is by Chuck Yeager
      The criticisms of Trump are amazingly missing something. They are lacking in negative stories from those who work for him or have had business dealings with him. After all the employees he’s had and all the business deals he’s made there is a void of criticism. In fact, long term employees call him a strong and merciful leader and say he is far more righteous and of high integrity than people may think.
      And while it may surprise many, he’s actually humble when it comes to his generosity and kindness. A good example is a story that tells of his limo breaking down on a deserted highway outside of New York City. A middle-aged couple stopped to help him and as a thank you he paid off their mortgage, but he didn’t brag about that. Generous and good people rarely talk of charity they bestow on others. But as much as all this is interesting, the real thing that people want to know is what Donald Trump’s plan is for America. It’s funny how so many people say they don’t know what it is, or they act like Trump is hiding it. The information is readily available if people would just do a little homework. But, since most Americans won’t do their own research, here, in no particular order, is an overview of many of Trumps positions and plans:
      1.) Trump believes that America should not intervene militarily in other country’s problems without being compensated for doing so. If America is going to risk the lives of our soldiers and incur the expense of going to war, then the nations we help must be willing to pay for our help. Using the Iraq War as an example, he cites the huge monetary expense to American taxpayers (over $1.5 trillion, and possibly much more depending on what sources are used to determine the cost) in addition to the cost in human life. He suggests that Iraq should have been required to give us enough of their oil to pay for the expenses we incurred. He includes in those expenses the medical costs for our military and $5 million for each family that lost a loved one in the war and $2 million for each family of soldiers who received severe injuries.
      2.) Speaking of the military, Trump wants America to have a strong military again. He believes the single most important function of the federal government is national defense. He has said he wants to find the General Patton or General MacArthur that could lead our military buildup back to the strength it needs to be. While he hasn’t said it directly that I know of, Trump’s attitude about America and about winning tells me he’d most likely be quick to eliminate rules of engagement that handicap our military in battle. Clearly Trump is a “win at all costs” kind of guy, and I’m sure that would apply to our national defense and security, too.
      3.) Trump wants a strong foreign policy and believes that it must include 8 core principles (which seem to support my comment in the last point):
      American interests come first. Always. No apologies.
      Maximum firepower and military preparedness.
      Only go to war to win.
      Stay loyal to your friends and suspicious of your enemies.
      Keep the technological sword razor sharp.
      See the unseen.
      Prepare for threats before they materialize.
      Respect and support our present and past warriors.
      4.) Trump believes that terrorists who are captured should be treated as military combatants, not as criminals like the Obama administration treats them.
      5.) Trump makes the point that China’s manipulation of their currency has given them unfair advantage in our trade dealings with them. He says we must tax their imports to offset their currency manipulation, which will cause American companies to be competitive again and drive manufacturing back to America and create jobs here. Although he sees China as the biggest offender, he believes that America should protect itself from all foreign efforts to take our jobs and manufacturing. For example, Ford is building a plant in Mexico and Trump suggests that every part or vehicle Ford makes in Mexico be taxed 35% if they want to bring it into the U. S., which would cause companies like Ford to no longer be competitive using their Mexican operations and move manufacturing back to the U. S., once again creating jobs here.
      6.) Trump wants passage of NOPEC legislation (No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels Act – NOPEC – S.394), which would allow the government to sue OPEC for violating antitrust laws. According to Trump, that would break up the cartel. He also wants to unleash our energy companies to drill domestically (sound like Sarah Palin’s drill baby, drill?) thereby increasing domestic production creating jobs and driving domestic costs of oil and gas down while reducing dependence on foreign oil.
      7.) Trump believes a secure border is critical for both security and prosperity in America. He wants to build a wall to stop illegals from entering put controls on immigration. (And he says he’ll get Mexico to pay for the wall, which many have scoffed at, but given his business successes I wouldn’t put it past him.) He also wants to enforce our immigration laws and provide no path to citizenship for illegals.
      8.) Trump wants a radical change to the tax system to not only make it better for average Americans, but also to encourage businesses to stay here and foreign businesses to move here. The resulting influx of money to our nation would do wonders for our economy. He wants to make America the place to do business. He also wants to lower the death tax and the taxes on capital gains and dividends. This would put more than $1.6 trillion back into the economy and help rebuild the 1.5 million jobs we’ve lost to the current tax system. He also wants to charge companies who outsource jobs overseas a 20% tax, but for those willing to move jobs back to America they would not be taxed. And for citizens he has a tax plan that would allow Americans to keep more of what they earn and spark economic growth. He wants to change the personal income tax to:
      Up to $30,000 taxed at 1%From $30,000 to $100,000 taxed at 5%From $100,000 to $1,000,000 taxed at 10%$1,000,000 and above taxed at 15%
      9.) Trump wants Obamacare repealed. He says it’s a “job-killing, health care-destroying monstrosity” that “can’t be reformed, salvaged, or fixed.” He believes in allowing real competition in the health insurance marketplace to allow competition to drive prices down. He also believes in tort reform to get rid of defensive medicine and lower costs.
      10.) Trump wants spending reforms in Washington, acknowledging that America spends far more than it receives in revenue. He has said he believes that if we don’t stop increasing the national debt once it hits $24 trillion it will be impossible to save this country. Even though he says we need to cut spending, he does not want to harm those on Medicare, Medicaid, or Social Security. He believes that the citizens have faithfully paid in to the system to have these services available and that the American government has an obligation to fulfill its end of the bargain and provide those benefits. Therefore, he wants to build the economy up so that we have the revenue to pay those costs without cutting the benefits to the recipients. He disagrees with Democrats who think raising taxes is the answer and says that when you do that you stifle the economy. On the other hand, when you lower taxes and create an environment to help businesses they will grow, hire more workers, and those new workers will be paying taxes that become more tax revenue for the government.
      11.) Trump also wants reform of the welfare state saying that America needs “a safety net, not a hammock.” He believes in a welfare to work program that would help reduce the welfare roles and encourage people to get back to work. And he wants a crackdown on entitlement fraud.
      12.) Trump believes climate change is a hoax.
      13.) Trump opposes Common Core.
      14.) Trump is pro-life, although he allows for an exception due to rape, incest, or the life of the mother.
      15.) Trump is pro 2nd Amendment rights.
      16.) Trump’s view on same-sex marriage is that marriage is between a man and a woman, but he also believes that this is a states’ rights issue, not a federal issue.
      17.) Trump supports the death penalty.
      Trump believes that there is a lack of common sense, innovative thinking in Washington (Hmmm. looks like he believes in horse sense!). He says it’s about seeing the unseen and that’s the kind of thinking we need to turn this country around. He tells a personal story to illustrate the point:
      “When I opened Trump National Golf Club at Rancho Palos Verdes in Los Angeles, I was immediately told that I would need to build a new and costly ballroom. The current ballroom was gorgeous, but it only sat 200 people and we were losing business because people needed a larger space for their events. Building a new ballroom would take years to get approval and permits (since it’s on the Pacific Ocean), and cost about $5 million. I took one look at the ballroom and saw immediately what needed to be done. The problem wasn’t the size of the room, it was the size of the chairs. They were huge, heavy, and unwieldy.
      We didn’t need a bigger ballroom, we needed smaller chairs! So I had them replaced with high-end, smaller chairs. I then had our people sell the old chairs and got more money for them than the cost of the new chairs. In the end, the ballroom went from seating 200 people to seating 320 people. Our visitors got the space they desired, and I spared everyone the hassle of years of construction and $5 million of expense.
      It’s amazing what you can accomplish with a little common sense.” On top of his saving years of construction and $5 million in expenses, he also was able to keep the ballroom open for business during the time it would have been under remodeling, which allowed him to continue to make money on the space instead of losing that revenue during construction time.
      Donald Trump’s entire life has been made up of success and winning. He’s been accused of bankruptcies, but that’s not true. He’s never filed personal bankruptcy. He’s bought companies and legally used bankruptcy laws to restructure their debt, just as businesses do all the time. But he’s never been bankrupt personally. He’s a fighter that clearly loves America and would fight for our nation.
      Earlier I quoted Trump saying, “I love America. And when you love something, you protect it passionately – fiercely, even.” We never hear that from Democrats or even from most Republicans.
      Donald Trump is saying things that desperately need to be said but no other candidate has shown the fortitude to stand up and say them.
      Before we criticize someone because of what the media is saying, maybe we should consider what they have to offer. What are they bringing to the table. Researching their background independently of what the news says. What’s their bio?? Wha’t Obama’s bio? If you researched him prior to becoming President, would you have hired him to work for you or run your business?

      • darlene

        Donald trump is Hitler re-demonized and your an idiot cuz he tells you what you want to hear, instead of what you need to know. you are a storm trooping, jack booted, goose stepping, thug.

    • patrice

      True Heather, but one thing we have to remember they can do nothing unless God allows it and while I also get down and suspicious I have to remind myself that God is still in control and has the master plan.

  • NinjaOfFaith

    Carson, Trump, and Cruz seemed like the most intelligent, and decisive actual leaders there. Everyone else pandered to the politically correct muslim narrative-emphasizing that it’s the boogeyman isis over there, and conveneiently not addressing the fact that muslims already HERE and in our country are murderering Americans. The fact that only Trump talked about a clear-cut and aggressive plan to address the terrorism issue WITHIN our borders, makes him the sanest and obvious best pick out of the bunch. He also mentioned the importance of working on the economy and jobs, with more than just a passing sentence or shrug. Most of the other candidates seemed overly obsessive about anything and everything but the economy.

    Florina clearly wants even bigger government, and ZERO privacy or rights for Americans using the internet. She seemed to be relishing the idea of how much power that would create: with the government being aware of everything we do, thatwould include all online purchases! Talk about the ultimate monopoloy-if any one corporation, or government, knew everything everybody bought, they’d have the ability to directly advertise and profit off of the ENTIRE POPULATION!!! Talk about a marketer’s dream? And/or, maybe this also goes into mark of the beast territory.

    IMO, the least impressive, and most dusturbing candidate is clearly Bush. He’s a nasty hothead with an abrasive personality by the looks of his actions and speech yesterday. He glared and scowled at Trump, in open derision without civility, respect, or common courtesy. At one point he interrupted Trump about 20 times in 30 seconds. When it was officially Trumps turn to speak. This guy strikes me as a major sociopath, and nowhere near being a leader of the US, or even a low-level diplomat elsewhere! If he can’t even hold his tongue for 1 minute in a setting with rules and fair time limits for everybody to have their turn, how would he behave when he has complete power and authority? Worst was the arrogance when he declared that Trump would never be President. If I had been the moderator, I would’ve asked him how he can make such a statement-is he already convinced he’s going to be elected? Is this a skull & bones society/freemason/devil worshipper thing that he’s so angry at Trump, and claims to know the election results? Or is he involved in rigging the election?

    With the level of corruption in our gov., sometimes I can’t help but wonder if maybe it’s all a big show of smoke and mirrors to make people think the voting system is honest, or even counts at all? How do we really know that the powers that be behind the scenes don’t just choose and install whoever they want, while carefully creating a grand illusion that we the people still have any say at all?

    That’s a horrible, paranoid thought, yes. 🙂 But seriously, Obummer elected TWICE? Did that many people really re elect him, or is there big time manipulation to some extent or another?

    Can’t help but wonder.

  • M.Reeves

    I really don’t understand how so many readers and especially Geoffrey Grider are still so enamoured with Trump. As a Christian, I think it is very wrong to belittle and be so rude to others. He is an ego maniac and speaks in grandiose terms and hyperbole about himself and his accomplishments. There is not a bit of humility in his demeanor or delivery of speech. He is not a constitutionalist. Sure he loves America but as the leader of the free world, which is in danger of losing its freedom, he will be a disaster. He did not even have a cogent answer to the question about the nuclear triad. I’m not sure he knew what it is! People, please wake up.

    • Just to set the record straight, I am not “enamoured with Trump”, what I am is FED UP TO HERE with what Obama and the Libs have done to America and our American way of life. SO yes, I do want to see Trump get in because I know he is going shake the whole thing right down to it’s core. Because he will build the wall with Mexico, and he will toss out the Muslim terrorists, and he will call for a ground war with ISIS, and all the rest of it.

  • June

    My entire family, friends, and a Pastor are voting for #Trump2016. I am sick of you so called Christians judging his faith in Jesus and who do you think you are? God? I am not voting for the best Pastor of the greatest nation on earth. I am voting for who I feel will be a good leader to clean up this Marxist web of deception we have been under for decades. Why would a man in his position do this for no salary as President, work the long hours that he has applied to his business life for decades, and said he will not take vacations as he does not anyway and a host of other sacrifices. Why would he ruin everything he has built all of his life including his good reputation through out the world? For what? So Hillary wins? Mr. Trumps companies would plunder with another Marxist in the Red House as the hope of jobs, national security, gazillions of third world people flooding in here, etc…would put the final nail in this nations coffin. All the others are bought and paid for including Cruz. I am pretty good at reading people and he is for real. I also feel maybe God will give America another chance to repent and seek his face as one nation under God again. God bless The U.S.A !

    • Dave / NM

      AMEN & AMEN !!!

  • Dean

    From a Christian standpoint, the gambit of players for the Republican nomination is pretty lousy among the Log Cabin Republican, militant feminist, 2 Roman Catholic La Raza supporters, an Ellen White cult member, among others, and Trump is more of a secularist. Cruz talks the talk and walks the walk but his origins are suspicious. An Hispanic from a Roman Catholic family turned Southern Baptist and born of all places, in Canada. It screams of North American Union. Of the top players, only Trump has the means to win because Rubio, Carson and Bush won’t connect with mainstream voters.

  • SAM

    ATTENTION AMERICA,
    OBAMA & THE DEMOCRATS HAVE BEEN DESTROYING OUR COUNTRY FOR 6 YRS = WE GAVE THE REPUBLICANS 2 ELECTIONS WITH THIS MESSAGE —- > >> STOP BARACK OBAMA << >> DONALD TRUMP << < —-

    THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN EACH OF OUR LIVES IS = HAVE U ASK JESUS CHRIST TO COME INTO YOUR LIFE / CONFESSED YOUR SINS / ASKED JESUS TO SAVE YOU. . . .
    TIME IS RUNNING OUT & SOON, IN A BLINK OF YOUR EYE MILLIONS WILL DISAPPEAR =THE RAPTURE HAS JUST HAPPENED AND THOSE WHO ARE LEFT BEHIND HAVE NO IDEA OF THE HORRORS COMING

  • Beaumont

    I don’t mean to resort to a crude, Reductio ad Hitlerum, (aka Godwin’s Law) which is disrespectful to the memories of Jews, as well as to Germans.

    But, Hitler referred to a sort of ‘positive Christianity’, which essentially retrofitted Bible stories (as well as pagan figures) for purposes of statism.

    I respect Trump’s charisma in a time of demoralization, his much-needed triumphalism and appeals to common decency, but don’t understand how he can deport people, rapidly, en masse, without assuming God-like, dictatorial authority.

    Further, if we are to consider the claims of historical revisionists, just for the sake of hyperbole, they read like an interruption of the deportation process. I mean, inmates would have been collected, into some central location, where they suffered, due to economic and logistical problems. Is such a scenario so improbable, in the here-and-now, assuming that backlogs have been reported, already.

  • Willard

    I wish I could vote in the US but I cannot – My vote would be Trump all the way because the present system is corrupt to the core

  • Fed Up

    “Just to set the record straight, I am not “enamoured with Trump”, what I am is FED UP TO HERE with what Obama and the Libs have done to America and our American way of life. SO yes, I do want to see Trump get in because I know he is going shake the whole thing right down to it’s core. Because he will build the wall with Mexico, and he will toss out the Muslim terrorists, and he will call for a ground war with ISIS, and all the rest of it.”

    Oh Geoffrey, you are what is wrong with this nation. Christians like you who think they are entitled to the worlds simply because they have always been privileged. And now, you are scared because other people and religions are getting freedoms. Gasp. In a country that is supposed to be free?? How crazy. YOU don’t understand the constitution or the foundations that this country was built upon if you believe that people should be kept out of the nation simply because they are different from you.

  • Christine

    Our Constitution was not written to protect a religion that seeks to destroy the very Nation it was written for. Radical religions which seek to bring forth their laws against our laws of the Constitution, would hardly have been imagined under freedom of religion.
    If being different than us means taking lives in the name of their religion, most certainly every American has the right to STAND Firm against it. Our freedom has not come without protecting it thus far. Many lives have been lost fighting for the very freedoms some would willingly say we should now give away. I don’t think these people understand the blessings they have living in this land.
    Christians are entitled to this land, because God has blessed us, and by these blessings America has been the most generous nation, man has ever known. There is no country that can be free without laws. Try going to the Middle East and spouting off your beliefs! How would that work for you?
    The Blind will not lead those that have sight. If America has one huge problem at this point, it was blindsided by the weeds growing in the land. Laws are not written to produce evil but to protect from it. Even so there is a greater Law than mans, and it will have the final say at the appointed time.

  • sophia M

    I admit, I am a 14 year old girl and some may call me naive and miss-guided but I just have to say that if people truly think positive thing when thinking of Donald Trump, there is absolutely no hope for America. You all look at Donald Trump in a strange way but have ever thought properly? Donald Trump is exactly the same as Hitler and shows identical characteristics as Hitler does. He uses racism to rise to power; he promises to ‘make America great again’ (that’s because he was there when it was first discovered’ he believes all Muslims should wear special ID’s should I go on?

    This man is toxic and has as I can see, poisoned the minds of millions and if he rises to power and is at the hand of millions of people then you’re all doomed (I’m British) the only positive thing I can say about this is that I’m glad he (hopefully) won’t be in charge of more.

    From a Black, 14 year old girl with more sense than you losers.

  • rON

    People remember this…..

    If you choose Not To Vote for Trump,

    if it comes down to Trump and Hillary

    or Trump and Sanders

    Not voting for Trump is just the same as GIVING A VOTE TO HILLARY OR SANDERS

    So please vote against these two!

    God Bless!

  • George Vreeland Hill

    Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States.
    The minority kicked God out of the country.
    The majority will put him back.
    They will do so by electing Trump who will give God his country back.

    George Vreeland Hill

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