Saturday, July 30, 2016

MUTH'S TRUTHS 07/29/2016


I will be flying out to Milwaukee first thing tomorrow morning and will be holed up in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District for the next 10 days helping conservative challenger Paul Nehlen try to unseat House Speaker Paul “RINO” Ryan in the August 9 GOP primary race. 

As such, don’t expect many Muth’s Truths between now and then.  I’ll get out what I can, time permitting.

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So here’s my summary on the Tale of Two Conventions…

In Cleveland, Republicans told the nation things about Donald Trump that we never knew.

In Philly, Democrats told the nation things about Hillary Clinton that were never true.

That in mind, Crooked should get a YUGE bounce out of her convention.  Which will make Trump’s landslide in November all the more impressive.

On another issue, let’s talk about what Trump said about possibly leaving NATO…

“You always have to be prepared to walk. It doesn’t mean I want to walk. And I would prefer not to walk. You have to be prepared, and our country cannot afford to do what we’re doing.”

You see, this is the difference between a successful businessman and a politician.

Any businessman or entrepreneur knows the absolute truth of that statement when it comes to negotiations.  Unless you’re willing to walk away from the deal, you’re negotiating from a position of weakness. 

Our NATO allies – up to this point – have known there’s no way the U.S. would take its ball and go home.  So they’ve stiffed us and walked all over us. 

Trump, with his position, is simply putting us back in the driver’s seat – where we belong since we’re the ones doing most of the heavy lifting.

Make America Great Again.  Never Hillary.


Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Publisher / Irritator-in-Chief

P.S.  According to liberals, you should have voted for Barack Obama because he’s black and Hillary Clinton because she’s a woman and that’s OK. 

But if that kind of race- and gender-voting is OK for the left, why shouldn’t conservatives vote for Donald Trump because he’s a white male, hmm?

The reality, however, is that most conservatives don’t play that.  If the choice was between, say, Condoleeza Rice and Bernie Sanders, conservatives would vote for the black woman over the white dude every day ending in “y.”

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