Posted by | July 24, 2016 12:43 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly Politics


Donald Trump wants revenge on Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich. And he’s apparently willing to spend $20 million to get it. Both Cruz and Kasich have failed to endorse Trump for president, despite signing a pledge to support the eventual Republican nominee last year. Cruz even went a step further, delivering a powerful speech…

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By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.

  • whatthe46

    keep eating your own.

    • Suzanne McFly

      I guess he missed the memo, they are out of the race. He needs to put on his big boy pants and get ready to face Hillary, she is going to eat him alive.I bet he will debate her, go down in flames and then have a fit like he did with the republican debates and say he will no longer debate her.

      • whatthe46

        because that’s what punk arce bitches do!

      • whatthe46

        man, i can’t sleep. i’m gonna give it 15 more mins and try again.

        • Suzanne McFly

          Sorry I missed you, I hope you have gotten some sleep since you posted this :)

          • whatthe46

            i did. but, thankfully my son woke me up because it was after 4. ahhhhh

            • Suzanne McFly

              Well hopefully you will fall asleep at a better time tonight, but I doubt it if you woke up at 4 lol.

              • whatthe46

                i’m gonna down some beer and 2 sleep aids at 10: :(

                • Suzanne McFly

                  Good luck, and hopefully your son will be able to wake you out of that deep slumber.

                  • whatthe46

                    i have 2 alarms set in the morning. one goes off like a damn siren, jesus it’s loud!

                    • Suzanne McFly

                      Lol, well at least your up.

  • robert

    that’s the gangster trump I know

    • whatthe46

      laughing.

  • Howard Pearce @HAPlibertarian

    I hope no one is claiming people can’t give/donate to other people of their choice ? (Unless it is to commit or threaten or pay for a violent crime)

    • OldLefty

      Nobody cares who gives to whom.

      • Howard Pearce @HAPlibertarian

        Really? Does that apply to all political donations? Or are you going to refine that down a bit ?

        • OldLefty

          No.
          That applies to whom people give according to FEC laws.

          • Howard Pearce @HAPlibertarian

            Ahh , a change ! But you said nobody cared.

            Obviously some do including those at the FEC.

            So the question is if you support the government limiting donations by others.

            I obviously believe whom one wants to donate their money to is up to them, and not you or the state.

            • OldLefty

              No change.
              I said nobody care to WHOM you give.
              I believe that money should not be allowed for campaigns.
              If you want to line Trump’s or Hillary’s pocket privately, that’s YOUR business, but campaigns for public office are not private.

              • Howard Pearce @HAPlibertarian

                “Nobody cares who gives to whom”
                That is what you said. Not me in particular. If someone else actually agrees with your interpretation of what you said, I’d love to hear it.

                Obviously the people at the FEC do care else they wouldn’t have laws prohibiting or limiting such donations

                Money should not be allowed for campaigns? You mean NON-STATE money, right ? That is still money even thought it is taken from the citizenry by force.

                So you don’t support the right of people to give to whom they please ? Who gets to decide who can receive those donations? Your friend the state, of course and maybe you?

                Yes, as long as it is in the law it is OK by your prior comments elsewhere.

                • OldLefty

                  That’s EXACTLY what I said.
                  The FEC have laws limiting amount.

                  And you don’t get to purchase elected officials.

                  • Howard Pearce @HAPlibertarian

                    The FEC has laws limiting the amount and therefor that is what counts to you – not whether that law itself is a violation of rights.

                    Again that question comes up . I won’t repeat it.

                    • OldLefty

                      The law is NOT a violation of rights in any way.
                      It promotes a free society.

                    • Howard Pearce @HAPlibertarian

                      Geez, let’s repeat So if the law mandated citizens kill a jew a day, then that wouldn’t be a violation of rights? Incredible.

                    • OldLefty

                      That you are STILL on that stupid false analogy is incredible.

    • Comicus

      Some are questioning the legality of the move as he is a candidate himself but most question the wisdom of it. As a presidential candidate, he should look to further the interests of the GOP he leads, not hobble it through personal vendetta.

      • Howard Pearce @HAPlibertarian

        Legality ? Tell us what that legality is ? The “professional” ethics is certainly open to question, but tell us what is illegal.

        • Comicus

          Are the big words confusing you? Look them up in a dictionary.

        • Get a haircut. You weirdo faqqot hippie. The 60’s are over, grandpa. Can’t wait until you old liberal roaches all die off

    • arc99

      and I hope that no one is claiming that trashing the popular governor of a state Trump cannot afford to lose, is a good idea.

  • OldLefty

    Isn’t this just classic megalomania?

  • Foundryman

    This should help make Ohio republicans (who happen to like Kasich) feel all warm and fuzzy inside and run right out to vote for this moron.

  • labman57

    Pettiness and vindictiveness are two of Trump’s core character traits.
    Imagine what he would try to do if he had the power of the presidency.

  • arc99

    There are two important points here.

    1. For better or worse, Gov. Kasich is quite popular in Ohio
    2. In the election analysis that I am reading, it says that Trump cannot win in November without winning Ohio

    The Trump strategy will be to trash a popular governor in a state he cannot afford to lose?

    I say, proceed Mr. Trump. Shoot yourself in the foot. Works for me…

  • John Zohn

    Can’t they all just get a gun and shoot each other?

  • amersham1046

    Everybody should be stoking this fire, there is nothing good that can come from it

  • bpollen

    Good. You wanna increase the chances that a Dem replaces them, who am I to stop you?