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If you are going to change horses in the middle of the stream… doesn’t it make sense if they are going in the right direction?

This is based on continuing those policies we have in place since Obama took office.  One has to seriously question the judgment of anyone not supporting Hillary in her run. Now is not the time to put our economy in the hands of an unregistered sex offender…

Do you know who supports our nation’s best known unregistered sex offender?

The following  Delawarean people support that unregistered sex offender who is:

  • a) collapsing our economy;
  • b) sending all Hispanics back to Mexico;
  • c) using uncontrolled white militias with hoods in our black neighborhoods;
  • d) treating all women as objects, not people;

Who, then are these horrible people you ask?  The ones who publicly have not disavowed Trump and still support him?

Charlie Copeland
Colin Bonini
Hans Reigle
La Mar T. Gunn

State Senate Candidates

State House Candidates

Kevin Hensley:  District 9

Judith Travis:  District 10

Jeff Spiegleman:  District 11

Debbie Hudson:  District 12

James Louis DeMartino:  District 14

James R. Startzman, Jr:  District 19

Stephan Smyk:  District 20

Mike Ramone:  District 21

Joesph E. Miro:  District 22

Timothy Conrad:  District 24

Michael Nagorski:  District 25

Janice Gallagher:  District 29

William Outten:  District 30

Jean Dowding: District 31

Patricia Foltz:  District 32

Charles Postles:  District 33

Lyndon Yearick:  District 34

David Wilson:  District 35

Harvey Kenton, Jr:  District 36

Ruth Briggs King:  District 37

Ronald Gray:  District 38

Daniel Short:  District 39

Timothy Dale Dukes:  District 40

Richard Collins:  District 41

Lip service is one thing. Actions are something else.  All of the above at this late date are still supportive of Donald Trump and what he stands for….

These are all the Republicans running for state office, but two… I must isolate and mention both of them and encourage you to vote them in over their democrat opponents (no loss there in both seats) to show the world that Delaware is not a satellite of Donald Trump….

These two very special people are:

Meredith Chapman    Senate District 8

James Spadola    Senate District 1

1) They do not respect women enough to let her make decisions about what happens to her body…..

2) They do not respect women enough to make sure that their own daughters have the same opportunity and earn the same pay as their sons and other men….

3) They do not respect women enough to give them the same affordable access  to health care and prenatal care and child are.

4) They vociferously opposed the equal rights amendment when it came before the states in the 1980s..

5) They oppose Title 9 protections giving female athletes the same funding as male athletes.

So fellow women.  This goes WAY beyond Donald Trump… You can thank him for bringing it out into the open so now women, all women, can do something to make it go away, at least in public, for good…..

It will take women to go D all the way down the ballot if they want to make the message resound across the next 6 generations…. Battle Cry is “this is the year of Women.  No Republicans… Period…”

(Unless you are in the 8th Senatorial District of Delaware, where Meredith Chapman is running against Dave Sokola, destroyer of education… OR in the 1st Senatorial District of Delaware, where James Spadola is running against Harris McDowell….  Both of these vehemently disavowed Trump. )  Please make these two the exceptions if you live in their district, but if you are a woman, or if you support women, make it D all the way down…

(No, it is not partisan.  It is about making sure the lesson sinks in and is finally learned…. )


“The reason those people are now saying what they are saying and doing what they are doing is primarily because they are part of the Washington, D.C., establishment or the GOP establishment and they are very concerned, very afraid, Donald Trump may break up their establishment way of life,” said Duke Brooks, a conservative talk show host on WGMD-FM..

It has absolutely nothing to the visual of some creep grabbing your mother by her pussy knowing she’ll enjoy it,  just because………………….

“Paul Ryan, as far as I’m concerned, is inexcusable, and I don’t even think he is a Republican at this point.” said Duke Brooks in Sussex County. ”

He was voted in as Speaker of The House with 236 of 247 possible Republican votes. He was the Republican Vice Presidential Candidate in 2012.  Dukes definition of “Republican” seems to be his own or representative of an extremely tiny faction.

“It’s not something that happened yesterday,” said Sussex County Republican Committee Chairman Billy Carroll. “I don’t condone that kind of language. I’ve never used it myself and I don’t really have guy friends that do that, but I don’t think it’s a disqualifier to talk that way.”

As a Christian he does not have any friends or acquaintances who talk like that because he won’t associate with such disgusting behavior, but it is “ok” for the leader of the free world, the head of a mostly Christian nation to show such behavior.. Because we all know,  that is exactly what Christ would want us to do….

Carroll said talk is talk and actions another thing entirely. He was quick to follow the Trump line of attack on Bill Clinton and his well-documented sexcapades. He said the “mainstream media” swept those scandals under the rug — despite their dominance of early 90s news cycles — and is hypocritical to be offended by them now.

Anyone living during that time knows Carroll is not being entirely forthright.  The scandals NEVER rose above the National Enquirer level because they were all proven to be false accusations.  The only ever documented incident was the Lewinsky affair which like it or not, was mutually consenting, and not an unmitigated assertion over someone who doesn’t want their vagina to be touched. One should also note that the two biggest Republican finger pointers at that time,  Newt Gingrich and Henry Hyde, were both cheating on their own wives at that exact same time while calling Clinton’s “sexcapades” morally despicable.. It is actually embarrassing to that person for anyone to bring up an equivalency between Trump’s sexual assault, and Clinton’s sexcapades.  One further mention, in polls taken after the impeachment trial, America by numbers near 90% said they didn’t care about who had sex with who in government… They were too busy enjoying the amazingly prosperous economy and spending their new family time with their families, thanks to the Clintons…  In polls being taken now, Americans are saying Trumps comments are a BIG DEAL!

As for establishment Republicans in Washington, D.C., Carroll said it’s they who deserve to be abandoned – but by the rank-and-file party members”…  The insider GOP Washington, D.C., group has lost credibility with the GOP grassroots,” Carroll said. “Paul Ryan should lose his leadership position. Not because of what he says about Trump, I don’t really care, but because of his lack of leadership in the House. He’s guilty of exactly what Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are guilty of and that is being all talk and no action.”

True, we’ll agree the House Republicans need to be abandoned, but disagree in that should be replaced with Democrats, instead of those few remaining Republicans who are too timid or too deeply buried in a hole with sand over their head, to say Trump is not fit to be the President of our country…

Hans Reigle, the Republican candidate for Congress, is voting for Donald Trump on the issues, despite misgivings about recently-revealed comments. Reigle pointed to Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence, well-known as a social conservative, as an example of setting aside pet policy points in the quest for a more secure and prosperous country. Reigle and Pence both believe Hillary Clinton could ruin the United States and having a bawdy President Trump might be the price of avoiding it.

This is what you call ruining America?

“I have spent a lot of time speaking about Mr. Trump, that is true”. Reigle said. “That has detracted from other issues. I would say, to a certain degree, talk about both candidates has blocked out the sun when it comes to issues, While I disagree with some of his personal locker room banter and saying inappropriate things, I just don’t see Hillary Clinton as getting done what needs to be done in getting American back on track.”

So you are willing to totally ignore sexual assault, as long as it doesn’t happen to you?

“The regular Republican voter out there is probably not swayed all that much by mainstream media saying, ‘This makes Trump a sexist, raping, sex-assaulting, crude, lowlife, low-brow,'” WGMD’s Brooks said. “D.C. just really doesn’t matter because they have screwed up everything they have tried.”

Why would anyone trust a Republican voter saying rape doesn’t matter, after this?  They really don’t belong in the nation of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, or Teddy Roosevelt, if this is truly how they feel?…

I happen to know, this is not how most Republican voters feel… Just a tiny fraction of a few select older bitter males who are angry they were deceived and that the world didn’t conform to their idle wishes and elevate them on top of their own pedestals so they could continue being rewarded for their lazy ways.

The solution is to remove from power all those who have not at this moment, said Trump is unfit to be president... Those Republicans who have, need to be picked up and carried high……

In Delaware that is only two.  Meredith Chapman and James Spadola... Please, before responding to requests from Delawareans who won’t disassociate themselves from Trump,  send these two all of your giving and contributions, otherwise conservatism will have no carriers after November 8th… 

Rather embarrassing for the entire party.  In case you haven’t heard, the Wall Street Journal just reported Reince Priebus ordered no more funding of Trump; all funds go down ballot.  Trump signs were stopped in the middle of printing…. The RNC just threw in the towel.

The first and foremost local Republican has always been Meredith Chapman who has distanced herself from Trump early on…

On the opposite spectrum, particularly damning were the comments of Trump’s state campaign manager for his campaign…. Quoted from the News Journal:

Rob Arlett, Delaware state chairman for the Trump campaign, said the remarks in the recording are “unacceptable,” but I’m not minimizing what was said; what is most important and is most impactful are the actions of Hillary Clinton,” Arlett said. “We should be focused on her cover-ups and corruption, not the words of Donald Trump from more than a decade ago.”….

Translated:  we should be chasing false leads of false scandals which have repeatedly been proven false and not to exist by almost everybody by now, all at the expense of ignoring a serial sexual predator who was just a few weeks ago, literally knocking at the door of the White House…  Typical Republican answer btw…

Notice how all Rob Arlett’s concern is over words?  The actions, sentiments, and immorality are apparently quite appropriate with him…

Secondly, Colin Bolini, Republican candidate for governor says he thought it appropriate for Trump to apologize….  He still endorses Trump wholeheartedly according to the News Journal.

Translated:  No, I don’t care that he was married and trying to pick up another married man’s wife , and groped her all over in his 10 year old daughter’s bedroom… He apologized for saying the “pu$$y ” word so therefore I wholeheartedly endorse him… His ethics and my ethics at least are parallel if not on the same track...

Bonini added:  He’ll support Trump because (get this)…. His is the message of government officials being out of touch with the sentiments of the citizens of this country…  Lol! He used this as the reason to continue his supporting Trump. Perhaps the Republicans should find another candidate for governor who is “more in touch” with the disgust the vast majority of Americans feel towards Republican “Hand On Their Pu$$y” Donald Trump… It appears he is the one who is “out of touch” with most American voters; especially all women…

As if to show Bonini how it needs to be done: the Republican running against Harris McDowell in Senate 1, expresses it precisely:

“Our party nominated a pig, and that’s going to make us all have to work a lot harder,” said James Spadola, (please show your support for his courage to stand up against his party and go here and donate) who said he was telling voters before the video disclosure that he does not support Trump….

“OUR PARTY NOMINATED A PIG”.…. Fair and balanced/ concise and to the point.

Some think the Trump thing will hurt lower party candidates… They are right….
Ranking Republicans say this destroys the image they have tried to create out of thin air this election cycle to trick voters into thinking that “Delaware Republicans have worked tirelessly to show all citizens that they have a place in our party.  We believe that every human being, man or woman, has inherent dignity. We stand by our efforts to promote individual liberty and economic freedom”. State Republican Chairperson Charlie Copeland said in his statement.“We will continue our battle to return Delaware to the successes and growth it had under Republican leaders like Pete du Pont and Mike Castle” (way back in the 1980’s, 30 years since the last time a Republican was governor)... He then acknowledged despite the newest scandal (of a married man trying to get in the pants of another married man’s wife in his own daughter’s bedroom during a business meeting),…  he would still be voting for Trump…..

Yep. That’s Charlie.

Meanwhile nationally, disgusted Kelly Ann Conway (who was running Trump’s campaign) dropped out of Sunday’s talk shows. Devastated Mike Pence had his schedule scrubbed for 48 hours, and Rudy Guiliani is filling in for both, doing all the talking. (That should go well). Oh, and if it is still on, there is a must-see debate, Sunday night, too….. with Hillary and you know it, Bill’s exploits will be front and center… It will be the show of a lifetime… seriously…