People are blaming Wikileaks Julian Assange for getting Trump elected and Clinton defeated but it really isn’t his fault. Like Edward Snowden one can question the publication of secrets but no one is accusing the information released as untrue. Obama has been at war with the First Amendment and has put out a death warrant for Assange and Snowden for telling the truth.

More than any other president Obama has been obsessed with secrecy and going after leakers, spying on the press, and has a war on free journalism. And now it’s come back to bite him in the ass.

Obama extended the Bush Administration government spying program that would have continued under Clinton. This government spying on everyone is like a cancer on the mind of humanity itself. One could argue that stopping Clinton might actually have been a batter choice compared to electing a madman as president. But Clinton and Obama have no one to blame but themselves and their poor judgment in going after Assange and this time the whistle blower defeated the oppressor.



  1. Geoworker says:

    I could be wrong but didn’t Obama say his would be the most transparent Presidency ever?

    No, there is no madman waiting to take office. Maybe weird though.

    • MikeN says:

      Hey Marc, Obama IS a whistleblower. He blew the whistle and shut down the FBI investigation of Hillary.

  2. wise guy says:

    People still don’t get Donald Trump, and his genuine power as a communicator. I’m not saying he will be a great President. I hope he turns up as a great President. But one thing is for sure, he is a great communicator.

    Another thing, he is the “45th President”.

    • ± says:

      His will be a fabulous presidency. It’s going to be a great thing. Trump is a humble man, but still the most successful man who has ever run for president. His will be a steady presidency run by the steadiest most beautiful hands.

      Trump went to one of the best schools. When it comes to the military, illegal immigration, trade, there is probably no one more conservative than he is. This is likely 100% true. And there is nobody more against Obamacare than Trump.

      Nobody has more respect for women than Trump has; he will be the greatest jobs president ever and the worst thing that ever happened to ISIS. And too, no one has done more for people with disabilities than him or as much for equality as he has. Basically when it comes to the border and security and support for the military and all of these things, he is the most conservative person there is.

      No one but Donald Trump will save Israel because he has studied the issue in great detail, likely in far greater detail than anyone else. He is the least racist and most modest choice for president and no one will create jobs like he will or have a better collection of golf courses than he does.

      He is the best person to make America great again and obviously the best choice to win the general election.

      • jpfitz says:

        Was that rant a joke? If not See a Dr. Immediately.

        If you believe all that praise for the presidency to come, let’s revisit this in two years. You may feel differently after having to pay a 35% tariff on your new pick-up truck.

        • Daniel Kaiser says:

          I think it was a joke.

        • Yap says:

          35% if it is imported. So you can go see a Dr. first.

          BTW, if we elected the lying b****, you probably will be on the Clinton body count. Just saying.

        • MikeN says:

          No tariff if you buy a pickup made in America. So you can pay for your BMW pickup.

        • Mr Diesel - Hillary for Prison in 2017 (Jan 22) says:

          Don’t understand sarcasm jp?

        • ± says:

          Those are all words he spoke during his campaigning. I just paraphrased some of it. I thought that was obvious.

          The worst thing about this election is that Trump is president. The best thing about this election is that Clinton is NOT president. In fact I get an endorphin rush every (like right now) time I think about how awful she must feel. She’ll never be in prison where she belongs so you’ve got to grab on to what you can get.

          • Mr Diesel - Hillary for Prison in 2017 (Jan 22) says:

            Thanks for clearing that up.

          • NewFormatSux says:

            Yes it was obvious, but then I’ve posted stuff like that in the past. Maybe you had to use capital letters and write Yuge.

          • Mickey D says:

            Yeah I feel sorry for her too, it will be heartbreaking to watch her spend her years in luxury off the backs of the American people.

            I still feel if she can be prosecuted, she should be to set an example to those behind her.

  3. MikeN says:

    Question to liberals- If Donald Trump is such a horrible fascist, don’t you have a responsibility to stop playing partisan games of protecting the Clintons to put up your strongest opponent in opposition to Trump? Why put up a weaker challenger when you could tell them they don’t get to count on your support anymore?

    Or could it be that you were never serious about your scaremongering?

    • Ah_Yea says:

      Or.. They COULDN’T put up a better challenger because the entire DNC is corrupt and paid for (see what they did to Bernie??)

    • Publius says:

      Guiliani and trump are actually the most fascist politicians in the united states. welcome to the shit you brought in to rule you.

  4. Geoworker says:

    Getting back on topic: It would be interesting if President-Elect Trump finds someway of pardoning Julian Assange. I suspect that there wouldn’t be as much uproar as some might think.

    PS: I now hear that many Californians want to succeed from the USA. #Calexit seems to be the rallying cry…..having lived there, maybe that’s a good thing.

  5. NewFormatSux says:

    Thanks to 59 + million heartless Republicans, poor little 11-year old Barron Trump is going to forced to leave his entire floor of Trump Tower and move into an ancient public housing unit in Washington, DC most recently occupied by a soon-to be-unemployed black couple, their two kids, and a grandmother. How can you guys sleep at night???

  6. NewFormatSux says:

    Every day, lately, he’s been saying stupid things. Either he’s incompetent or his staff who would be with him if he won is. Or, again, the Republicans want to throw the election because they know they can’t fix the economy so might as well let Hillary win and take more of the blame.

    Donald Trump’s plan to overhaul the tax code would produce cuts for the richest 5 percent of Americans — and bigger bills for everybody else,

    Oh wait, those were said about Romney, not Trump. And he was called a monster who was a racist who gave people cancer and was war on women.

    Mark Steyn predicted it:

    In much of western Europe, on all the issues that matter, competitive politics decayed to a rotation of arrogant co-regents of an insular elite, with predictable consequences: if the political culture forbids respectable politicians from raising certain issues, then the electorate will turn to unrespectable ones.

    • Hmeyers says:

      Michael Moore again (the anti-Bush liberal filmmaker):

      “He is saying the things to people who are hurting. It’s why every beaten down, forgotten, nameless stiff who used to be part of what was called the middle class loves Trump.

      He is the human Molotov Cocktail they’ve been waiting for. The human hand grenade they can legally throw at the system which stole their lives from them. On November 8, the dispossessed will walk into the voting booth, be handed a ballot, close the curtain and take that lever and put a big fucking ‘X’ in the box by the name of the man who has threatened to up-end and overturn the very system that has ruined their lives: Donald J Trump.

      Trump’s election is going to be the biggest ‘fuck you’ ever recorded in human history. And it will feel good.”

      • NewFormatSux says:

        IMichael Moore appeared on Drudge. The audience was booing this guy I’d never heard of. He is a lefty who understood Trump. Not too many of them. The correlation of Hillary’s vote share with state average income is pretty high.

        • Hmeyers says:

          Dumb question: I’m not quite able to digest that. Does Drudge have a radio or TV show or something?

          I’ve always found Michael Moore fascinating.

          • MikeN says:

            He had a show on FoxNews shortly after the Lewinsky scandal broke. Lasted maybe a month or two.

  7. MikeN says:

    “Something of gigantic proportions happened—must have been happening for a long while—and the capital and the political wise men were taken by surprise. . . an ‘anti-Washington,’ ‘anti-establishment’ political storm warning was missed by Washington and the establishment.”

    Washington Post editorial



    In 1980.

    • Hmeyers says:

      Look at this:

      “OH: 13.12%
      FL: 17.40% <——
      PA: 32.5% <—— 32.5% ????
      NV: 11.74%
      ME: 21.24%”

      Those are the Obamacare premium increases this year in the Battleground States.

    • Hmeyers says:

      Add: The Obamacare people were informed of the premium increases on October 24th.

      I can only imagine the sticker shock. From the little I know, the insurance is high deductible and expensive … so maybe nearly worthless to someone who isn’t chronically sick.

      • MikeN says:

        What happens is people find it too expensive and drop out. So now insurance companies have to pay out even more for the sicker people who stayed behind- they were the only ones who thought it was a good deal. Now that the price is higher, more people drop out.

  8. Martin says:

    If Clinton has just been straight forward and honest she would have been in the White House today; e.g., no e-mail non-sense, no Susan Rice telling Sunday new shows it was a Hollywood video, no middle East donations for favors, etc., etc., etc.

    Even if there is not dishonesty, the perception of dishonesty has been lurking with the Clinton’s for decades. And, “perception is reality.” It came home to roost and gave us President Trumpt.

    • Daniel F X Dravot says:

      “If Clinton has just been straight forward and honest she would have been…” somebody other than Hillery Clinton.

  9. Martin says:

    If Clinton has just been straight forward and honest she would have been in the White House today; e.g., no e-mail non-sense, no Susan Rice telling Sunday new shows it was a Hollywood video, no middle East donations for favors, etc., etc., etc.

    Even if there is not dishonesty, the perception of dishonesty has been lurking with the Clinton’s for decades. And, “perception is reality.” It came home to roost and gave us President Trump.

  10. Tricky Dick says:

    All I have to say to Hillary is:

    No cigar for you!!

    😀

  11. Publius says:

    Curry’s deceitfulness cost him the listener. A few weeks ago Curry displayed anger at a listener who suggested Curry was a Trump supporter. Curry angrily said, How dare you assume I support Trump.

    Todays podcast has Curry describing what Trumps email list is like for campaign donors.

    Curry, you have elected a man whose whole career was built on being deceitful with business partners in Atlantic City and New York. One deceitful celebrity apprentice just voted for another deceitful celebrity apprentice.

    • Hmeyers says:

      People in California don’t have any say in the general election because it isn’t a battleground state.

      Curry and a million other people in California could have voted for a Walrus …

      It would have made zero difference.

      • Mr Diesel - Les Deplorable says:

        But if COW leaves the United State the democrats would never win another election with the electoral college.

        I say let my COW go.

        Problem solved.


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