Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

United States –“Independence, Never?”

Nobody’s Opinion

“Independence Forever.” Those were the last words spoken to a reporter by John Adams on the day he died, when asked what he wanted to tell the world on July the 4th. They weren’t the last words he spoke…his last words were “Jefferson still lives.”

Actually, no…Thomas Jefferson had died earlier that day…July 4, 1826.Adams and Jefferson

Quite a remarkable statement considering some of the utterly deceiving and cruel things that Thomas Jefferson did to John Adams during his lifetime. Like when he hired a newspaper reporter to say vile and vicious lies about John during the election. Neither John Adams or Thomas Jefferson wanted the new country to split into two political fractions, but they did—-and it started in their lifetimes. But–there were a few times when a third party tried to break through.

There have been 11 Presidential elections where a candidate ran on an Independent ticket, Ross Perot being the most famous one. Mr. Perot was blamed for ‘ruining’ the GOP chances in 1990, and this put Bill Clinton in. Remember that?

They made Ross Perot out to be insane. But, Ross was right. NAFTA lead us down the road of all the jobs going out of the country, and the middle class disappearing. Clinton passed NAFTA, Bush passed the North American Union and it’s been downhill since then. Both Bush and the Clinton’s work for ‘globalization”…which is all about Crony capitalism. That alone has been the biggest factor in destroying the middle class.

America is now finally tired of both parties…and it’s a fact, that there are now more Independent voters than Democrats OR Republicans. But..we  have no choice at the voting box. You either vote Democrat OR Republican. We have no ‘third’ party to vote for. Don’t like either one of them? Tough. Your vote then, doesn’t count. . Basically, they have rigged the system.Ross Perot

Both parties have made sure that another party cannot rise up against them, so Donald had no choice–he had to run as a Republican.

Despite all they are throwing at him, in GOP polls, Trump is running second, (Of course he is, Jeb has been in first from the start which shows you how you can’t believe in polls.) In the democratic polls, he is leading:

Mr. Trump was touting his first place in an average of 105 polls. Of the 14 candidates who have declared, Trump topped the field with 13.6 per cent support to 13.3 per cent for Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor and son and brother of two past presidents.Jeb Bush two

The democrats are loving this. Despite the fact that Bernie Sanders is drawing much bigger crowds than Hillary, and most of the democrats don’t really want her, they stand behind her 100 percent.  The republicans go after each other, but you NEVER see that happening with the Democrats.

Mitt Romney is having a nice sleep over for Rubio and Gov. Chris Christie. Of course, Trump in all fairness, already has given his opinions on the whole lot of them–they almost had to strike back.

The Bush operators  said this:

“Donald Trump is like watching a roadside accident,” Ari Fleischer, a former spokesman for George W Bush, told Politico. “Everybody pulls over to see the mess. And Trump thinks that’s entertainment. But running for president is serious. And the risk for the party is that he tarnishes everybody.”

(Nobody thinks: The Bushes are not tarnished? The GOP is not tarnished? The GOP is tarnished every time they give in to Obama.)

Jeb Bush said this:

“I don’t think he represents the Republican Party, and his views are way out of the mainstream of what Republicans think. No one suggests that we shouldn’t control our borders – everybody has a belief that we should control our borders. But to make these extraordinarily ugly kind of comments is not reflective of the Republican Party. Trump is wrong on this.”

To which Trump said this:

They picked on Ross Perot's ears.

They picked on Ross Perot’s ears.

“Today, Jeb Bush once again proves that he is out of touch with the American people,” Trump said in response to Bush’s words. “… he doesn’t understand anything about the border or border security. In fact, Jeb believes illegal immigrants who break our laws when they cross our border come ‘out of love.'”

Ann Coulter says this:

“If Rubio or Jeb gets the nomination, it’s going to be President Hillary and expect a full Supreme Court of Ruth Bader Ginsburgs. I don’t think either will get the nomination, but I am sure neither of them will become president.”

And Ken Crow, leader of the Tea Party said this:

“Americans are sick and tired of corrupt government and career politicians. He will straighten out the economy and defend our borders. Americans want a John Wayne right now, someone who’ll be a champion of our country.”

So, here’s the good news. You can tell who you shouldn’t vote for by the way they react to Donald Trump…one man refuse to do it.ted Cruz two

Ted Cruz said this

“I salute Donald Trump for focusing on the need to address illegal immigration,” the Texas senator said on NBC’s Meet the Press in an interview that aired Sunday. “The Washington cartel doesn’t want to address that. The Washington cartel doesn’t believe we need to secure the borders. The Washington cartel supports amnesty and I think amnesty’s wrong, and I salute Donald Trump for focusing on it. He has a colorful way of speaking. It’s not the way I speak, but I’m not going to engage in the media’s game of throwing rocks and attacking other Republicans. I’m just not going to do it.”

The bad news is: The established Washington GOP Rinos will stop at nothing to destroy Donald Trump. They will keep him off the ticket at all costs.

There will be no “Independent” or “Write in for President–Trump has to get the nomination.

And that in itself…is about as high a mountain as any Independent thinker can climb.

Can you call Donald Trump an Independent Thinker? Yep. As we have seen, nobody tells Donald Trump what to think or what not to think. He is not influenced or afraid to stand up to his own party.

America wants her Independence Again. Have we finally come, full circle?

July 6, 2015 - Posted by | Presidentcial Election, Uncategorized | , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Mmmmm…you may be right. But then again, back in 1776, most of the population wanted to stay with the crown. They were convinced they could not win. It took a very small minority to change their minds. Do we have that small but determined minority now? Mmmmm…….But then again, they had known freedom for a long time. Right now, only the older folks remember how the United States was before the Clintons. And by flooding the country with immigrants, it will be a harder task.

    Mmmm……(that’s me going for another glass of tea.)

    Liked by 1 person

    Comment by Joyanna Adams | July 8, 2015 | Reply

  2. I hope so, but I doubt it.

    Like

    Comment by spookmoor | July 8, 2015 | Reply


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