Wednesday, April 20, 2011

The Donald as a Conservative GOP Nominee?

The Donald

John R. Houk
© April 20, 2011

George Soros is a billionaire Leftist that has committed himself to a socio-economic global transformation that benefits the needs of the collective as spelled out by the Leftist enlightened few of the world. For an American committed to individual Freedom as is espoused by our Founding Documents and culminated in the U.S. Constitution, Soros’ vision is a road to despotism rather than a platform for a better society with an agenda of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.

My Conspiracy Theory friend Tony Newbill sent me to a website in which a “press release” was written by (or perhaps for) David H. Relkin. Relkin is the lawyer involved in a lawsuit against George Soros that has to do with actions that very easily could turn into a criminal investigation in America. An excerpt of the tag sentence in the press release runs as follows:


Personally, I hope Relkin can nail Soros in a similar fashion but with greater consequences as happened to him in France.

Although the money laundering and fraud accusations do focus on George Soros, you need to notice who one of Soros’ co-defendants is:

… has filed a Federal RICO Complaint in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (Case No. 08-CV-7900) against George Soros, Deutsche Bank, Vornado Realty Trust, Fortress Investment Group, Donald J. Trump & 12 other RICO conspirators for $4.2 Billion in damages. The Complaint and Compendium may be accessed as PDF documents on the web site of the Law Offices of David H. Relkin at: or on PACER.” (Emphasis on The Donald is mine)   

Donald Trump has been sounding like he is going to run for the GOP nomination for President in 2012. I have to admit Trump’s strait forward manner of attacking President Obama’s credibility is very refreshing. Although I believe the Birther cause of showing BHO is ineligible to be in the Office of President is a non-starter, Trump’s public notoriety in bringing the Birther issue back into Mainstream Media coverage is also refreshing. Publicity for the Birther issue will not ever find a judicial following as long as BHO is in the Office of President. And I suspect exposing the reason for BHO’s secrecy determination for his document history will largely go unanswered at least for decades or as long as he is alive. The living ex-Presidents club whether Democrat or Republican is quite a tight nit group. If you think I am wrong, then examine all the suspected illicit and/or illegal actions that both Clintons have been involved in and yet the Teflon for making anything stick is working very effectively still. Slick Willie’s 2nd term of Office ended January 20, 2001. It has been of ten years and Clinton probably is as popular now as he was with the voters at the beginning of his 2nd term in January 1997. The only dirt that was able to stick to the tarnished Teflon of President Clinton was a majority Republican Party having the guts to go after Clinton with the only provable accusation of lying under oath. On December 19, 1998 President Clinton became only the second President Impeached from Office in American history. The crime Clinton was formally accused of was then tried in the Senate. The Senate vote was based on ideological loyalty more than on actual points of law. Forty-five Democrats and ten Republicans voted non-guilty to forty-five Republicans and zero Democrats voting guilty. I suspect if the ten Republicans that voted not-guilty with the every single Democrat in the Senate would have on actual guilt Clinton’s entire nefarious past would begin to unravel as he would have been the only President in history to be convicted after Impeachment.

If you are a Republican or a Conservative you might judge The Donald’s credibility as a GOP candidate by his dealings with Democrats and Leftists. In all fairness I am fairly certain that ideology means less to Trump than the bottom line of profit. To such a person it would be profitable to deal with all sides of the political spectrum to receive the optimum gain for shareholders and your personal bank book. I suspect there are quite of a few Leftists that are wondering: what in the heck is The Donald doing courting those Right Wingers?

In any case as a Conservative we need to have some knowledge of the Trump Left Wing dealings to make an informed decision whether or not he is for real in his cause to escort President Barack Hussein Obama out of the White House.

Michael Cohen has been Donald Trump’s is a business executive in the Trump business operations and apparently the chief political advisor to Trump’s feelers to run for President. Cohen is also a registered Democrat was a huge supporter of Barack Obama’s 2008 run for President and in 1988 was very involved in the Leftist campaign of Michael Dukakis’ run for President.

Donald Trump has a long list of contributions to Democrats many of those many are very Leftist.

Without belaboring the point of Leftist support, The Donald also supports Leftist social issues preeminently among which is abortion.

JRH 4/20/11
Meet Donald Trump: Democrat Donor, Abortionist, Single Payer Supporter, and Taxer

April 5, 2011 at 7:43 am

Update 1: A New NBC/WSJ Poll has Trump at an astonishing 17%, tied for second with Mike Huckabee behind Mitt Romney (21%). I know this is probably just a little surge by people who know nothing of Trump’s politics pre-3 weeks ago, and he is making an interesting splash right now. It’s like he found a Tea Party manual sitting around somewhere and suddenly adopted all of those positions (and then added birthirism for good/bad measure).

Update 2: 2008 Trump Blasts Bush, Praises Obama, Says he Can Save the World: “I think he has a chance to go down as a great president. Now, if he’s not a great president, this country is in serious trouble,” said Trump. “I think [Obama's] going to lead through consensus,” continued Trump. “It’s not going to be just a bull run like Bush did. He just did whatever the hell he wanted. He’d go into a country, attack Iraq, which had nothing to do with the World Trade Center and just do it because he wanted to do it.”

Update 3: Now that Donald Trump is claiming that the Tea Party is the be all end all, isn’t it quite peculiar his support AGAINST nearly every tea party candidate in the 2010 cycle? He opposed Sharron Angle in favor of Harry Reid (and gave Reid almost $5k to defeat her). He supported uber-Rino Charlie Crist over Marco Rubio. He supported Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey. He donated the max to Kirsten Gillibrand over Joe DioGuardi. He donated to far left congressman Anthony Weiner and Carolyn Maloney. His one “big” uhhh “conservative” donation was $50k to Karl Rove’s American Crossroads PAC. Needless to say, Karl Rove is about as anti-Tea party establishment RINO as they come. This is a man who has NEVER done anything for either the Tea Party or the Republican Party or for Conservatism, and is now running around waving all three banners as though he is the Braveheart of the Right.

Meet the Donald Trump, Sudden Right-Wing Conservative: Contributions, Abortion, Health Care, and Taxes….

Political Donations:

Might as well start here:

Charlie Rangel (D-NY): 2006 – $10,000 Yes, he of corruption, tax evasion, and mass liberalism

Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) $12,000 Total, $2,000 in 2006 Re-election
Harry Reid: Donated $4,800 in 2010 to Reid to defeat Sharon Angle. $10,400 to Reid overall

Chuck Schumer: Donated $4,000 during 2010 Election Cycle

Kirsten Gillibrand: $5,800 over past 2 cycles

Ted Kennedy: $7,000

John Kerry $5,500 ($2,000 in 2004 Pres race, which he also gave Bush $2,000. How bi-partisan!)

Democratic Senatorial Committee: $116,000 (versus $30K to GOP equivalent)


Donald Trump Then: “I support a woman’s right to choose, but I am uncomfortable with the procedures. When Tim Russert asked me on Meet the Press if I would ban partial-birth abortion, my pro-choice instincts led me to say no. After the show, I consulted two doctors I respect and, upon learning more about this procedure, I have concluded that I would support a ban.” From his 2000 book.

“I believe it is a personal decision that should be left to the women and their doctors” – When he last considered running for President in 2009.

Donald Trump Now: “As you know, I’m pro-life… I’m forming an opinion, I’m forming a very strong opinion but I’ll let you know in about three or four weeks if I decided to.”

That’s comforting, he will let us know in 3 or 4 weeks what his reformed views on abortion are.

Taxation: Forget raising taxes, Trump wanted to tax, at 14.25% the net wealth of “the evil rich.” Money that was already taxed. Of course, he played the “I’m raising taxes on myself” card to prove his selflessness. (Ironic given his inability to settle his own debts…) His 1999 plan:

·       Raise $5.7 trillion to erase the nation’s debt and save $200 billion in annual interest payments

·       Use the savings to save Social Security and slash taxes for the middle class

·       Increase his personal tax bill by at least $725 million.

Healthcare,: “I’m a conservative on most issues but a liberal on health. It is an unacceptable but accurate fact that the number of uninsured Americans has risen to 42 million. Working out detailed plans will take time. But the goal should be clear: Our people are our greatest asset. We must take care of our own. We must have universal healthcare. Our objective [should be] to make reforms for the moment and, longer term, to find an equivalent of the single-payer plan that is affordable, well-administered, and provides freedom of choice. Possible? The good news is, yes. There is already a system in place-the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program-that can act as a guide for all healthcare reform. It operates through a centralized agency that offers considerable range of choice. While this is a government program, it is also very much market-based. It allows 620 private insurance companies to compete for this market. Once a year participants can choose from plans which vary in benefits and costs.”

Here is your Republican Nominee. If you choose to have him.
The Donald as a Conservative GOP Nominee?
John R. Houk
© April 20, 2011
Meet Donald Trump: Democrat Donor, Abortionist, Single Payer Supporter, and Taxer

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