From Bill Quick’s site. Let’s warm up the Fisk of Doom™. It’s getting dusty:
It is evident that Donald Trump has rewritten the rules of political campaigning, leaving the so- called experts, analysts, journalists and even the GOP itself puzzled by the power and effectiveness of his approach.
Two things: There are no “rules of campaigning”, except for the self-imposed ones that the GOPe have killed themselves with in too many easily winnable campaigns of the past to count. If you play by the enemy’s rules, you’ll lose. Unless your IQ is that of a boiled leek, that’s common sense. Which leads to the second thing, which is that the perennial losers of the GOPe being “surprised” should come as no surprise to anybody. Again, not anybody with the IQ to breathe.
Whether you agree with him or not, his rise and political success is undeniable.
Tell that to the #NeverTrumpTards. They’re the sole reason that psychologists all over the world are going to have to spend the next two decades reexamining the whole concept and definition of “denial”.
He has activated a sentiment in people that appeals to the raw emotion of Washington frustration. On the other hand, he has also set a tone in which public labeling, divisive rhetoric and racially charged comments are “OK” in the public eye, and has unraveled a whole new way of freedom of speech in America.
“A whole new way of freedom of speech???”
English. Do you SPEAK it, motherfucker???
Speech and the freedom thereof is one of many beautifully binary concepts: Either it’s free, or it isn’t. There are no gradations of it. It’s really quite simple. Unless you’re a simpleton, of course.
But even with all this, after insulting women,
At least he hasn’t raped, assaulted or thrown eggs at them yet.
attacking public figures,
One of the many problems of this country is that we haven’t been attacking “public figures” enough. Hangings would be a nice place to start. They’re not royalty, you know. And even if they were, didn’t we fight this whole war about not wanting to be subjects of such a couple of centuries ago?
And are we the only one finding it kind of rich to hear a media whore bleating and whining about “attacking public figures” considering that the entire whore collectivist media’s MO is to do exactly that (as long as the public figure is Republican)?
Poshol na chuy, suka blyat!
A sport that should be embraced by all, if you ask us. As long as we really mistreat them. Bodily harm would be obligatory.
judging the judge
Because apparently judges are entirely immune to the frailties of being human, and anybody disagreeing is a monster.
and calling Mexicans criminals and rapists,
No. He called illegal immigrants criminals and rapists which, if you know what statistics are and how to read them, is an objective fact.
his appeal is on the rise even among Hispanics.
Ah, the soft racism of low expectations. Because obviously “Hispanics” are a monolithic group of brain dead drones who will defend any action performed by somebody of the same ethnicity as themselves, no matter how heinous because they lack the brains to think for themselves.
We can’t speak for “Hispanics” as we aren’t one, but we CAN quote the totality of our “Hispanic” friends who absolutely hate and despise illegal immigrants. They, unlike “progressives”, aren’t racists who think that an entire group of people can be neatly organized and classified and sent off to camps according to the color of their skin.
That’s something that Nazi “progressives” do.
Even I must admit that my original assessment of Trump was wrong with my Op-Ed for Fox News Latino back in August of 2015 when I wrote about Trump’s poor debate performance and how his collapse could present an opportunity for the GOP to engage Latinos. Fast-forward to now and we see a Trump candidacy that is strong and rising, even under the emerging hashtag #LatinosForTrump.
Latino advocacy groups and some celebrities have launched powerful videos, protests and campaigns against Trump. Recognized conservative voices like Marco Rubio, Susana Martinez, the Bush family, and even Pope Francis himself have made their discontent clear with the candidate, but could it be possible he is actually gaining support among Hispanics?
Can you read? Then obviously it’s possible. It’s just possibly possible that “Hispanics” are every bit as much human beings with individual thoughts as everybody else.
Horrifying, isn’t it?
You fucking racist, despicable, collectivist fascist bastards.
Numerous articles and Op-Eds have discounted his so-called “rise” among Latinos by pointing out the flawed nature of polls.
Oddly enough, those same polls, when conducted by the same people asking the same groups and getting a different and more palatable to the progressive fascist swine answer, are never questioned.
Back in February, after claiming a win with 46 percent of the Hispanic vote in Nevada, critics quickly challenged the full sample size of voters captured to disregard the number. Most recently, Latino Decisions published an article called “Why Polls On Latinos Get It Wrong,” confirming that current ways of polling are under-representing Latinos’ voice.
Yet Trump keeps winning. Wonder why that is?
Clearly, conventional political research is in question, but what if big data analysis reveals Trump’s rise is real, based on a sample size of over 1 million Hispanics?
Based on big data analysis over the last 30 days as of June 1st, Trump reports 37 percent of Hispanic positive sentiment versus 41 percent for Clinton. Surprisingly, the candidates tie in negative sentiment across Hispanics at 38 percent, discounting the fact that Latinos default as Democrats or are completely turned off by Trump’s off-color comments. After all, over 50 percent of Latinos identify as political independents.
Is our memory failing, or was 20 something percent of the “Hispanic” vote considered a huuuuge victory for Republican candidates of the past?
And now it’s just “faulty polling” and “not really relevant?”
For the first time in a long time, the American people, and yes we mean ALL Americans as opposed to the racist fucks on both sides of the aisle, have a clear choice: Somebody who sees all Americans as equally intelligent and human and a collectivist, brain dead old witch who seeks only to divide us into more easily managed subgroups.
Trump may not be “our kind of guy”, and he may not see us as “one of his kind” either, but at least he acknowledges us as a human being capable of individual thought, even if he doesn’t agree with the way we think.
We consider that a “yuge” step forward.