This blog originally founded by Blogger who holds a theological degree and a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Taught Psychology for 32 years and is now Professor Emeritus. Is a board-certified psychologist and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in his profession. Ministered as a chaplain, and pastored Baptist and Episcopal churches. Publications cover the integration of psychology and theology. Served in the Army, the Merchant Marines and the Peace Corps.

Monday, February 29, 2016

Happy Super Tuesday


15 comments:

Blogger said...

Maine Gov. Paul LePage, a Republican known for his outspoken opinions and war against political correctness, became the second sitting governor to endorse the billionaire media mogul.

Sarkazein said...

I doubt trump has ever slept on a wood plank.

Sarkazein said...

Unlike trump, Gandhi made peace with his hair.

Blogger said...

Sark and Cyclops, you are beginning to sound like the establishment. “We don’t know what he will do” morphs into “Because we don’t know what he will do, we won’t be able to control him”

Sarkazein said...

Blogger- My "we don't know what he'll do" means I don't know if he will be successful or not at what he says he can do or will do.

I read today he starts way up high (about 3X what he wants) in his deal making and works his way down to what he really wanted. So we should count on 33% less Muslims immigrating here, a 4' high wall we pay only 66% of the cost for, a wall covering 33% of the open border, and we should like what he does 1/3 of the time.

Cyclops said...

Blogger, my primary concern is defeating Hillary Clinton and her liberal Democrat allies in next fall's elections. I would hope that would be your and other conservatives primary concern also. It that sentiment makes me sound like the "establishment," I plead guilty.

Blogger said...

Try this on. If you believe in conservative principles you believe the only way to accomplish what Trump will do is to use conservative methods. Trump is super smart and shows he understands this.

Sarkazein said...

I HOPE you are right.

Anonymous said...

"Trump is super smart and shows he understands this. "

What has he said or done to demonstrate this? I am struggling to see tangible examples of his conservative principles and methods that can be put into action as President.

Wolf's Head said...

"Blogger, my primary concern is defeating Hillary Clinton and her liberal Democrat allies in next fall's elections" Cyclops

Then be prepared for the repub establishment to back hillary if Trump is the candidate.

Anonymous said...

Wolf, if that's the case, then that should tell you a lot about the American establishment as a whole.

Say what you want to about Trump, Sark. He has galvanized a lot of support for his candidacy among the voters. You do remember those people? He has renewed much interest and support from many people, people of the true conservative, working, middle class people; people who have been ripped off by their government of both establishment parties. Citizens like yours truly, who for decades now, especially at the national level, have been turned off by the SAME class of candidates who are controlled by the banksters, the international organizations, the interfering, thieving warmongers, and their own big party bosses; politicians who promise one thing and do the opposite with devastating results, which has been very detrimental to the American people's interests, let alone, best interests. The Republican hierarchy, as a supposed viable political party, should be thrilled by what Trump has been able to do. But they have vigorously opposed him and have harshly criticized him as much, or more so, as the alleged opposition and their biased media allies. This official Republican opposition to Trump, a businessman, who has made some very politically incorrect and truthful statements, is, in my opinion, the best thing to happen to the Republican party in many years.

Wolf's Head said...

Indefensible.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/02/kristol-lays-strategy-give-white-house-hillary-trump-shouldnt-win/

This is from a so-called "conservative" leader.

Sarkazein said...

Anonymous 11:11 AM- Yes, I will say what I want about Trump or any other candidate. Do I remember those people, you ask. Yes I do. I remember Romney was not conservative enough for them. I remember people thought Romney was too rich. I remember they thought Romney's hair was too perfect. I remember they thought Romney's business dealings were too harsh.

Now, an hour a day on the hair, a bonnet for windy days, shady business deals, multiple wives, bad language, admitted payments to political figures with the admitted intent of special access, a big inheritance and a small loan of $1M, bankruptcy... yeah, I remember those people.

Sarkazein said...

Oh, I forgot, they didn't like Romney because he was a Yankee.

Blogger said...

The little Minnesota caucus (41,000 for Rubio) voted to help little Rubio stay in the race-- Minnesota, the state that gave us Governor Jessie Ventura, wrestler and Sen Al Franken, comedian.