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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Just in Case You Didn't See This

When Trump demanded Ailes drop Megyn Kelly as moderator,   Fox officials responded by  poking fun at Trump in a satirical statement: "We learned from a secret back channel that the Ayatollah and Putin both intend to treat Donald Trump unfairly when they meet with him if he becomes president. A nefarious source tells us that Trump has his own secret plan to replace the Cabinet with his Twitter followers to see if he should even go to those meetings."

Trump reacted by declaring he would not be attending  the debate Thursday. 

16 comments:

Sarkazein said...

Most liberal Democrats hate FOX NEWS. Most liberal Democrats will squash any woman who gets in their way.. including Hillary too.

Blogger said...

The Republican establishment has been throwing everything they have at Trump. People I respect believe that Ailes is part of all that. I don't like what is happening here on both sides, but Trump's instincts have so far been accurate.

Will said...

What a whiner.

Blogger said...

It is sad, but for me this war of Fox vs. Trump has done some collateral damage. I really do see Fox now as the Republican establishment which explains why they are unable to be objective about Trump. Their strong biases are suddenly making them sound dumb. Whereas I use to always want to hear everything from Krauthammer, George Will, Stephen Hayes, Karl Rove, more and more, I am watching CNN. It is painful.

Anonymous said...

Republicans will grow to hate FOX News too. Don't be surprised when FOX starts to champion progressive causes.

Wolf's Head said...

Conservatism may be on it's way out along with the establishment.

Too many people calling themselves conservative have betrayed the grass roots too often, or have proven themselves to be incapable to stop the left, or complicit in their agenda (such as immigration)

The National Review is a prime example, Fox another.

Nationalism may be on the rise because of this, hence Trump's support.

Wolf's Head said...

By the way, I got rid of cable nearly 2 years ago and you all should consider it.

It has been most liberating.

Anonymous said...

What the hell do Conservatives agree on except hate ?

Sarkazein said...

You talk about someone who can dish it out but can't take it.... TRUMP towers above the rest.

Sarkazein said...

I am having Perot Deja Vu all over again. Billionaire 101

Phoenix in Foscoe said...

Not one candidate has talked about abolishing the IRS, Dept. of Education, or EPA. Nothing on shutting off foreign aide to those who hate us anyway. I find NO solution in the upcoming elections. Stick a fork in it folks - DONE.

Anonymous said...

Or the Doomsday Preppers mystery!

Sarkazein said...

DES MOINES, Iowa — GOP presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)97%
said with the flat tax plan that he supports, the IRS can be abolished, and America can put those 90,000 IRS employees to work down at the Southern Border.

“We need to padlock that building. Take all 90,000 and move them down on the southern border,” Cruz said of the employees currently working at the IRS building. “Imagine if you traveled thousands of miles in the blazing sun, you’re swimming across the Rio Grande, and the first thing you see is 90,000 IRS agents; you’d turn around and go home, too!”

Sarkazein said...

Phoenix in Foscoe- CRUZ plans to...CLICK HERE

Sarkazein said...

TRUMP plans to build the Departments new luxury buildings with his name on them. Instead of the J EDGAR HOOVER building....

Cyclops said...

Most all of the taking heads, liberal and conservative, say Trump's refusal to participate in the last debate hurt him in Iowa, mainly by giving the others more air time. It was an arrogant maneuver and I hope he didn't learn a lesson from it. His arrogance will be his eventual downfall, Hopefully, it will catch up with him in the primary season rather than in the general election campaign.