Saturday, October 15, 2016

#NeverTrump Just Isn't An Option In Election 2016

Back on August 31, I wrote the following, in response to Sean Hannity and some comments he made:
And if you want to know where I stand, Sean, buddy, in November, let me say I’m voting my conscience, and my conscience is hurting me right now. But I can with a clear conscience say I cannot sit on my hands and do nothing while Hillary is running for President. I am #NeverHillary.
I cannot vote for Gary Johnson, who is pro-abortion, pro-gloBULL warming, and whose whole candidacy is based on legalizing marijuana. Libertarians once had a lot in common with conservatives, however modern libertarians tend to be cheap, pothead liberals who don’t want to fight wars.
Likewise, I cannot endorse the #NeverTrump, because they have offered no viable alternative to the Trump candidacy, just a guy (funded by Romney, I suspect) whose name is mistaken with Egg McMuffin and has similar views on Supreme Court decisions as the putrid John Kasich.
So, with less than a month away from the election that will decide whether or not America can recover from eight years of self-imposed destruction under Richard Milhous Obama, or fade into European-style socialism and a permanent one-party state, I can still say #NeverTrump is not an option for me as a voter, as well as anyone who cares about preserving America.

I am 100 percent #NeverHillary.

That means, after searching my conscience (as my first choice, Ted Cruz, said at the Republican National Convention), I searched my soul and decided back in August that the only real choice I had was Donald Trump for President, and I feel the same way today.

Does that mean Trump is a conservative? No, he's not. Does that mean I approve or defend the revelations of smut talk on a tape he made 11 years ago? No I don't. Does it bother me that several women are coming forward claiming to have been sexually assaulted by him? Yes, but however the timing, as well as some of the characters involved, make me suspicious. The presence of Gloria AllRED, that ambulance-chasing, Democrat party hack is one of them.

The fact that there were no allegations of this behavior from Trump for 30 or 40 years, until less than a month before an election when he is running as the Republican nominee, makes me suspicious. I remember how AllRED and the Democrat Party played the same trick in California, before the 2003 recall election of Gov. "Red" Davis, because Davis could not defend his failed time as California's governor. All he had, just like the Democrats of today have, are negative personal attacks and character assassinations.

Trump says these allegations are false, and as I thought when I heard him say that, you better be telling us the truth.

But it seems too many in the #NeverTrump camp were too gleeful, using the language of Hillary and the Left by passing along these allegations on their social media pages and blogs. Remember how those of us who opposed Mittens Romney in the 2012 primary were slammed as "attacking capitalism" and "using the language of the Left" in going after him? It seems the #NeverTrump crowd is doing the same. And why not? Many of them pushed the loser Romney on us because he was a pure as the wind-driven snow.

And look what the liberals did to the clean Mitt Romney? They made him out to be worse than Attila the Hun.

This is why the GOP establishment loses all the time. The Republican Party has become infested with Bushies since the days of GHW Bush, who thought being Mr. Rogers would help in winning political battles with the "out-for-blood, play-to-win" Left, and instead, he got creamed and we got stuck with the Rapist-in-Chief, Bill Clinton.

But this election is more about Republican vs. Democrat, Right vs. Left. As we can tell from the Wikileaks drops, this is an election about the Elites vs. the rest of us. And the elites aren't all liberals, they infest both parties. Too many elites are in the Republican Party establishment, and if you are not a part of their "country club" they don't want you. Witness the way the GOP and the same traitors supporting Hillary who were in the McCain campaign trashed Sarah Palin to the press. Why? She wasn't one of them. She didn't go to their elite private schools and Ivy League colleges. Look at how Ken Cuccinelli, a reliable conservative, was thrown under the bus by the Virginia and national GOP. Why? He wasn't part of the "country club," and the "country club GOP" was more comfortable with Terry McAwful than Cuccinelli, because McAwful was an elitist like them.

There's also the aspect of those who emphasize "social conservatism" over everything else. I agree with social conservatism, but it is not the "be all and end all" of conservatism. Donald Trump has apologized for smut talk he made before he even wanted to run for President, and pledged to be a better person. Who among us would want to be judged on not just something we said in private, but also some of our pasts?

Too many in the Christian right seem to forget how we are all fallen and broken people, and it is only by Grace that we have any kind of chance at Redemption. It is not by holding our Bibles and using them as weapons, like one sidewalk evangelist I was in college, who basically pointed at people and shouted "FORNICATOR!" "MASTURBATOR!" "SODOMIZER!"

And to the Pius who cannot vote for Trump because of his behavior in the past, I say, is the speck cleared from your eyes to be able and judge him? I say thing about one regular Trump critic who is a radio host and writes a blog, and is attending seminary. He goes after Trump because of his lifestyle and worries what Trump will do to the church. Excuse me! We are electing a President, not an archbishop. And some (like Southern Baptists) might look at this blogger/seminarian and question his morality, especially in the area of regularly drinking adult beverages.

Another reason why #NeverTrump isn't an option is if offered no reasonable alternative. It's just a movement made up mostly of butt-hurt ¡Jeb! and Marco Rubio supporters from the GOP country club. Who is their savior? An unknown guy named Evan McMullen, who has been mocked as Egg McMuffin. He took on Trump last weekend on Twitter:
If that is the case, why then does McMullin employ a GOP establishment consultant like Rick Wilson. Wilson refered on Twitter to "Ted F***ing Cruz", as well as made crude comments about Trump supporters and an obscene tweet to Ann Coulter (who I'm no fan of). So what does that say about your values, Egg McMuffin?

Wilson is part of the problem in the GOP elite who gave us Trump. They all want our vote but (if they win) will spend too much time shafting the voters who put them in office they end up losing elections. If Wilson, Karl Rove had to make a living on winning elections, they'd be out of a job.

They say they're doing it to stand up for their values, and for the party. Well, I could really give a rip about the Republican Party, especially how it no longer stands for anything remotely conservative under the Bushes, Roves and Rick Wilsons. After saying for years we only needed the presidency, now they want us to surrender it to Hillary, and promise to fight her in Congress? Yeah, isn't that what they said they'd do with Obama, and instead only cut deals to give him what he wanted?

For all the talk of what Trump would allegedly do to the church, what about how Wikileaks shows how hostile Hillary will be toward Christians and any other faith (except Islam, of course). We aren't sure what Trump will bring, but we know where Hillary will take us.

I love this nation more than I care about the Republican Party. Members of my family have served it, and died defending it. A corrupt, lying Alinskyite is the very thing that is an insult to anyone who loves and had defended this nation.

Personally, I think Trump has been a fool and the nation could survive him, but Hillary is someone who I see as pure evil and our nation would not survive her. She claims to be a champion of women, yet attacked the women whom her husband sexually assualted. She defended the rapist of a 12 year old girl and laughed because the scumbag got off. She put our national security at risk and did nothing while four people died at Benghazi. Then, not only did she lie to the families, but attacked them as liars. She and her husband make deals with foreign nations that only serve to benefit them financially. They are the very definition of treason.

As Cicero once said:
“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”
I don't blame those who want to stand for their principles, but what use are they when the nation is gone thanks to a Hillary presidency? And for all we know about Hillary, when my son and my nephew ask me what I did in 2016, I won't have to say, "Well, I did nothing because standing on my principles were more important than making sure we left you a more free, more prosperous nation."

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

HYPOCRISY! - Obama Condemns Trump Tape, But Video Surfaces Of Obama Displaying His Anthony Weiner To Female Reporters

As you would guess, Richard Milhous Obama recently weighed in on the infamous Trump tape from over the weekend (Corrupt News Network - CNN).
"You don't have to be a husband or a father to hear what we heard just a few days ago and say, 'that's not right.' You just have to be a decent human being to say that's not right," he said during a campaign event in North Carolina. "And if it makes you mad ... you can do something about it North Carolina!"
Oh but here's the kicker, Obama the great protector of women against sexist, misogynistic males, had no problem showing off his erect Anthony Weiner to female reporters on a campaign plane back around 2008, but even worse, the reporters (see video below) seemed thrilled and amused by this.

(UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE as blonde woman walks in front of Obama) "Move, move, move!"

"Laughter Come on!"

"Agent, sit down!!!"

All of these are apparently from CNN, who (along with the Democrat Party, and the sanctimonious RINOs and the Hillary-enabling "Never Trumpers") are so offended by words Trump used in private conversation.

I don't know which is worse, that these sanctimonious liberals are practically drooling at the mouth, or the fact they covered this tape up?

The media isn't biased, they are just as corrupt as the liberal politicians they cover for.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Repulsed By Trump's 2005 Comments, Hypocrite Hillary Campaigns With Alleged "Crazed Sex Poodle" Algore

Hillary Rotten Clinton was so repulsed by the 2005 tape released on Friday, where Donald Trump talked about "p*ssy" and tweeted her outrage.

But Hypocrite Hillary hit the campaign trail today with the modern Chicken Little, Algore.

The same Algore who was accused in 2010 of sexual assault by a masseuse, who called the climate fearmonger a "crazed sex poodle" (UK Telegraph).

The unidentified 54-year-old woman gave police a detailed account of her claims that Mr Gore groped and kissed her in an aggressive attempt to have sex during a night-time appointment in his suite.
However, the police concluded that there was insufficient evidence to press charges.
The woman, who recalled telling Mr Gore he was behaving like a "crazed sex poodle", claims he pinned her to his bed and forcibly French kissed her.
...In her statement, made public by police, the masseuse said she arrived at the St Lucia Hotel's VIP suite to find Mr Gore drinking beer.
He greeted her with a hug and told her to call him "Al", she told police.
However, the nearly three-hour therapy session soon went sour after Mr Gore angrily insisted she massage him around his groin and then pounced on her, she claimed.
"He pleaded, groped me, grabbed me, engulfed me in embrace, tongue kissed me, massaged me, grabbed my breasts," she told detectives.
She said she feared he might rape her as he "flipped me flat on my back and threw his whole body face down over atop me, pinning me down and outweighing me by quite a bit".
The woman said Mr Gore provided a "dramatic display of violent temper as well as [an] extremely dictatorial, commanding attitude besides his smiley, global warning concern persona".
Two other massage therapists accused Gore of sexual abuse around the same time. No word if Gore blamed his actions on gloBULL warming.

If our media wasn't so corrupt, acting objective while serving as the Hillary/DNC PR firm, she'd be questioned for her hypocrisy. But then again, Democrats look out for one another.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Sorry Sean Hannity, But You’re Wrong to Blame Ted Cruz If Trump Loses

Yesterday afternoon, driving back with my son from day trip up to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, I did something rare and listened to the Sean Hannity show on Sirius XM, as he is hard to find on Washington DC radio stations.

Now Sean Hannity is someone I have greatly admired over the years, since I first saw him during the Clinton impeachment on Fox News, heard him subbing for Rush Limbaugh, then tuned in when his radio show went national the day before 9/11. I got to meet him a year later and have met him several times in the preceding years (I have the photos and signed books to prove).

So it was disappointing to hear the following words yesterday from someone who has built his career as a “Reagan conservative.” (Business Insider)
“You own Hillary Clinton. National Review, you own it. Glenn Beck, you own it. Ted Cruz, you own it. ... She wins, I'm blaming all of you," Hannity said. "[Y]ou own all of her policies."
He added: "Yeah, I'm going to name names. I'm not sitting here and wimping out. I know there are people out there blaming me."
The conservative radio host first named Ohio Gov. John Kasich, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, and Cruz. He then went after members of the conservative media, particularly seeming to home in on Beck, whom he characterized as on a "holy war" against Trump.
Here's a glimpse of his fiery diatribe:
"Well, let me just say to all of you. And that includes the commentator class. That includes the Jonah Goldberg class that includes radio talk show hosts. Glenn Beck is like on a — it's a holy war for him at this point. I mean, he's off the rails attacking me every day. Blaming me for Trump. Well, no. I was fair to everybody, Glenn. Whether you want to admit it or not. I know I was fair. My conscience is clear. And I, frankly, I'm proud to pull the lever for Donald Trump with a clear conscience.
Really Sean?

If you want to blame the Bushes, who are so cozy with the Clintons that they’ve become almost adopted members of the family, fine. You want to blame William Kristol and a load of other establishment Republicans who aren’t voting (or voting for any unknown candidate) because their guy ¡Jeb! Or “Little Marco” Rubio didn’t get the nomination, I understand. You want to blame Meg Whitman, Rep. Richard Hanna, Larry Pressler, Sally Bradshaw (a ¡Jeb! aide), Maria Comella, Hank Paulson, McCainiac Mark Salter, and several other RINOs who have publicly stated they will vote for the Hildebeast, that’s fine with me, because any supposed Republican who votes for Hillary deserves scorn (as well as a coat of tar and feathers).

But Ted Cruz? Isn’t that going too far, Sean?

All Ted Cruz did was say “vote your conscience” and everyone lost it. I don’t blame Ted Cruz for not publicly endorsing Donald Trump. I could not publicly endorse someone who insulted my father, or spouse, in such a horrible manner and did not have the decency to publicly make amends. After all, Sean, buddy, didn’t our political hero Ronald Reagan once quote something called the “11th Commandment” (Never speak ill of any Republican)? Seems to me under the iron fist of RNC Party Chair Rinse Preebus, the 11th Commandment has been tossed to the ash heap.

After such a vicious primary, moves would have had to be made to ensure party unity. Reagan had to do it in 1980, and Ford failed to do it in 1976. But Donald didn’t feel the need to do that, out of his own arrogance. (Real Clear Politics)
"I am confident that I can unite much of it. Some of it, I don't want. There were statements made about me that those people can go away and maybe come back in eight years after we serve two terms," Trump said Wednesday morning on NBC's TODAY show.
"Honestly, there are some people I really don't want. I don't think it's necessary. People would be voting for me, they're not voting for the party," Trump added.
And The Hill:
“Does the party have to be together, does it have to be unified?” he said during an interview on ABC’s “This Week” Sunday. “I’m very different from anybody who’s perhaps ever run for office. I actually don’t think so.
The same arrogance applies to Rinse Prewash (RedState).
“It is essential to victory in November that we all support our candidate,” Priebus said at the RNC’s spring meeting in Hollywood, Fla.
“This goes for everyone, whether you’re a county party chairman, an RNC member, or a presidential candidate. Politics is a team sport, and we can’t win unless we rally around whoever becomes our nominee,” he added, drawing applause from the audience.
“They’re trying out for our team. No one is forcing them to wear our jersey. We expect our candidates to support our party and our eventual nominee.”
That’s not unifying the party, it is instead a Soviet-style order of shut your mouth, get in line and goosestep. Isn’t that how liberal Democrats (who don’t dare question the most corrupt Presidential nominee in history) are supposed to behave? You don't win an election by telling the grassroots of your party to go to hell. But that’s what we’ve come to expect under Rinse Prewash, who has used conservatives and the Tea Party movement for votes, just like how Democrats use minorities and special interest groups for votes, only to abandon them when it comes to governing.

Prewash has made it a personal mission to undermine anyone who rocks the establishment boat, from Newt Gingrich (in 2012), Ken Cuccinelli, Chris McDaniel, and most recently Ted Cruz. In order to undermine Cruz, he got in bed with someone who has been allied with the Clintons and said good things about Hillary in the past.

And if you want to know where I stand, Sean, buddy, in November, let me say I’m voting my conscience, and my conscience is hurting me right now. But I can with a clear conscience say I cannot sit on my hands and do nothing while Hillary is running for President. I am #NeverHillary.
I cannot vote for Gary Johnson, who is pro-abortion, pro-gloBULL warming, and whose whole candidacy is based on legalizing marijuana. Libertarians once had a lot in common with conservatives, however modern libertarians tend to be cheap, pothead liberals who don’t want to fight wars.

Gary Johnson campaign anthem

Likewise, I cannot endorse the #NeverTrump, because they have offered no viable alternative to the Trump candidacy, just a guy (funded by Romney, I suspect) whose name is mistaken with Egg McMuffin and has similar views on Supreme Court decisions as the putrid John Kasich.

So come election day, and should Trump lose (and it doesn’t look good now), I will say to you Sean, to Donald Trump, and to Rinse Prewash, don’t blame Ted Cruz. The blame goes to Trump and Preewash, who thought they didn’t need conservatives and a unified Republican Party to win.

If you want confirmation, ask ¡Jeb!, who also thought he didn’t need every Republican vote to win, and look where he is now.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

#NeverTrump Isn't About Conservatism, It's The Last Gasp Of The GOP Establishment

Recently, there were two political conventions that gave us their nominees to vote for in November, along with a lot of drama and sideshow.

Except breaking my exile to discuss the Khan con, I didn't comment on the convention. But now that we are into the general election cycle, I feel compelled to pop my head out from the bunker once again and give my point of view, as I see it.

How am I going to vote in November? Honestly, I'm not sure yet. But I know if definitely ain't gonna to be for Hillary. In other words, I'll be voting my conscience, and my conscience is really bothering me.

If you haven't gone to see it, I recommend you see Dinesh D'Souza's "Hillary's America" and you can understand why the only place Hillary Rotten Clinton deserves to occupy is a prison cell, not the Oval Office. She is a dangerous person, and anyone who is so turned off by Donald Trump that they've decided to vote for her should have their sanity checked.

Which brings us to Donald Trump. I'm not excited about him either. It's another "lesser of two evils," but there's only a little less evil than Hillary. But these two candidates really are a reflection of how our society has sadly become accepting of the lowest common denominator that we have two candidates who are a reflection of that.  More about Trump later, but first I want to discuss those who are opposed to Trump, aka the "NeverTrump" movement.

Honestly, I found myself sympathetic to a lot of their arguments, reasoning, etc. But the recent actions of the #NeverTrump movement have shown me that their arguments are not about conservatism. Far from being what some Trumpkins called Ted Cruz crybabies, the #NeverTrump movement is not about conservatism. It is instead the last gasp of the GOP establishment, the Bushies, as well as the supporters of Jeb! and "Little" Marco Rubio who are having their public temper-tantrum after seeing that the public has tired of the "do-nothing" establishment and their milquetoast losers like McCain, Romney, Dole, et al.

So what did the #NeverTrumpers decided to do? They found their own candidate who they're rolling out two and a half months before the election, some guy named Egg excuse me, Evan McMullin.

But don't be deceived, McMullin is no conservative (National Review Online).
In three years of Facebook posts, he never commented on a domestic issue, economic or social. He never said anything on any specific issue that a diehard Democrat couldn’t applaud.  
When I was telling my boss Frank Cannon about McMullin’s Facebook page, he made a possibly unfair, or possibly telling, comment: “I find the people who post photos of Lincoln and Churchill are the least likely to actually be leaders like these men.” He meant that if you want to be a uniter, not a divider, you cannot be a leader in perilous times like Lincoln and Churchill were. Now, after their battles are long won, they unite us in admiration. But they were leaders precisely because they were willing to be reviled and despised at the time, not only by their opponents but by their fellow party members, if that was the price of defending core principles. Principles that turned out to be right. 
After I scoured Evan McMullin’s Facebook page, I went to his website, wherein he says he’s very pro-life, but the only policy he commits to is no taxpayer financing of abortion; he boasts of support for adoption; and he commits to virtually nothing concrete on any issue, much less religious liberty, trying, I suppose, to be a unifier through vagueness, as many consultants would no doubt advise. This may or may not help you win (I think not, in this instance, as voters are onto this game), but it definitely makes it almost impossible to have a victory worth winning, as the GOP majorities in Congress have proved time and time again.  
A few days later, consistent with his desire to be the new face of the Republican party that existing Washington GOP power players are longing for, McMullin was asked by Mark Halperin about gay marriage:  
“As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Rommey behind this??? MIM), I believe in traditional marriage between a man and a woman, but I respect the decision of the Court, and I think it’s time to move on,” McMullin said, according to Lifesite News.  
When Halperin asked if a President McMullin would at least appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn the Obergefell decision, he replied, “I wouldn’t.”  
He could have evaded. He could have said he would look for constitutionalists like Justice Scalia. But he didn’t. He instead said its time to accept that the Left gets to decide what is in our Constitution and move on.  
No one who cares about or understands constitutional conservatism would answer that way.
Where have we heard an answer like that before? Um, let's see...John Kaisch? (Ding, ding ding!!!!) So according to Egg McMuffin and John Kaisch, the Supreme Court spoke and their word is Gospel. Leaders they're not! If we had poor excuses for leaders like that in our history, some of the worst decisions by the court might still stand today, such as slavery being found constitutional (see Dred Scott), as was segregation (see Plessy vs. Ferguson "separate but equal"). 

McMuffin's campaign is being pushed by a GOP-e consultant named Rick Wilson, who is obsessed with destroying Trump. But conservative he is not, as Wilson tweeted this obscene tweet out back in May (censored).

That tweet tells you all you need to know about why, for better or for worse, Donald Trump is the GOP nominee.

My personal opinion, seeing the polls how they are, the rebellion among the GOP establishment #NeverTrumpers, as well as conservatives who are planning to either sit out the election of vote 3rd Party, I have a painful feeling we will witness a blowout election that will cost not only the White House, but the Congress and ultimately the Supreme Court.

And I think this was by design. It was a con set up to help a candidate who most American see as unlikable and who is so ethically challenged defeating her should have been a cakewalk, just as defeating Obama in 2012 should have been easy. But a con-job needed to be planted who could win the GOP nomination and divide the party in the process. And the RNC leadership, who so wanted to destroy Ted Cruz or any similar candidate, fell for the con-job that came straight out of The Godfather (read between the lines for my theory about the Corleone, I mean Clinton family crime syndicate).

You can blame the Rinse Preebus led Republican Party for blowing yet another Presidential election, just to make sure a real constitutional conservative candidate is not allowed to run against an Alinskyite socialist extremist.

No I'm not blaming Donald Trump, I'm blaming the feckless Rinse Preebus (I misspell his name on purpose). Preebus has made it his mission in the last few years he led the Republican party to destroy the chances of conservatives and Tea Party types, making sure these people never rise to prominence within the party or as a candidate.

Need proof? When the handpicked choice for 2012, Flip Romney, faced opposition, the GOP-establishment attacked candidates like Newt Gingrich with a barrage of smear stories that violated the famous 11th Commandment (Never speak ill of any Republican) quoted by Ronald Reagan. None of these RINOs, Romney included, who attacked any conservatives in 2012 attacked Obama with the same vigor.

In 2013, the Virginia GOP nominated a real Constitutional conservative, Ken Cuccinelli, as the candidate for governor that year. But the sore losers in the establishment, like Bill Boilling, did not endorse Cuccinelli and Preebus sent financial support to Krispy Kreme in New Jersey instead, leaving Cuccinelli's campaign to wither on the vine, and giving us the head of the Clinton Hillbilly Mafia, Terry McAwful, as governor, which allows him the opportunity to put the Commonwealth in the Clinton column by hook or crook.

In 2014, when the establishment GOP incumbent senator Thad Cochran was nearing defeat by Tea Party candidate Chris McDaniel. But Cochran was saved when the establishment came to his aid by attacking McDaniel using the bigoted language of the Left. And Preebus said nothing.

So, we had so many candidates spit the conservative vote, as a scheme to get the establishment's choice as GOP nominee. But it didn't work. Instead, we have Trump who foiled their plans but is not a conservative, but instead acts as the liberal's stereotype of what a conservative/Tea Party supporter is. But that was only part of Preebus' act for 2016. Also, in a move similar to 2012, the establishment steamrolled over any rules changes by the grassroots and orchestrated the uncivil attacks on Ted Cruz during his convention speech, after approving the contents beforehand. So Rinse got a twofer in 2016, destroy Ted Cruz in the eyes of the press and the Trump nomination, so when Trump loses, he can point the finger of blame at all those Tea Party types who aren't wise enough (in his view) to know what a great leader Jeb Bush, John Kaisch, or Little Marco Rubio are. And don't blame Trump for losing Congress, after two years of the Boehner/Ryan and McConnell white-flag leadership, why would anyone vote for a GOP majority who act like they're in the minority?

Which is why I've always said establishment Republicans are just as unpatriotic as liberals, but in a different way.

Sunday, July 31, 2016

Patricia Smith vs. Khizr Khan -- A Tale Of Two Gold Star Parents

Thank goodness both clown shows that passed for political conventions are over.

For both of the Republican and Democrat Party conventions, there was a sea of difference in many ways between the two contentions, as well as a whole lotta hypocrisy.

I'll focus on at least one hypocrisy, since it involves parents of adult children who gave their lives in defense of this nation.

The Democrat Party brought to the stage  Khizr Khan and his wife, whose son,  Army Cpt. Humayun Khan, was killed in 2004 protecting his unit from a car bomb. The Democrats, who spent the week honoring the mothers of fallen gang-bangers and dishonoring the police, decided to use Khan and his son's service to attack Donald Trump by wrapping themselves in the Constitution and our fallen, two things liberal Democrats thumb their nose at in disrespect 99.9 percent of the time.

The Hildebeast's lapdogs in her Super PAC known as the media, gushed over Khan's "powerful" speech, and are using it to attack Trump, who walked into the libs fire by saying he wished he'd heard from Khan's wife. The implication being that Muslim women are not supposed to talk.

Trump and his dingy cheerleader Ann Coulter have not helped matters in attacking the Khan family. If you're going to attack anyone, attack the Democrats and their own hypocrisy.  Because the DNC simply used Army Cpt. Khan's sacrifice to play their usual game of identity politics, implying that Muslims are just as patriotic, if not more, than all you white crackers who are going to vote for Donald Trump.

Contrast that with Patricia Smith, who spoke at the Republican National Convention.

As opposed to Mr. Khan, Mrs. Smith had a reason to speak at the RNC Convention and against Hillary Rotten Clinton specifically, because of how the Hildebeast not only lied about telling the families that a video was responsible for the Benghazi attacks, but attacked the families later as liars.

Here's proof how Hillary, as well as Barack Hussein Obama, lied about the Benghazi attacks being the result of an anti-Islamic video, when the bodies of the Benghazi Four arrived back in America after the September 11, 2012 attack. Keep in mind the Hildebeast told her daughter in an e-mail it was a terrorist attack.

And yet how did Hillary's Super PAC treat Patricia Smith? They attacked her. The LA Slimes claimed she "echoes the Republican party line," while the old drunk on MSNBC, Chris "Thrill up my Leg" Matthews, called Mrs. Smith a liar, and said that he didn't care how she felt.

But that just goes to show that if liberal Democrats didn't have double standards, they'd have no standards at all.