Rand Paul: GOP ‘Will Not Win Again in My Lifetime’ the Presidency, Absent Change

Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times, February 14, 2014

Sen. Rand Paul from Kentucky warned his fellow Republican politicos that without change, the GOP would fail miserably in the upcoming White House contest—and that goes for the next few decades.

“I think Republicans will not win again in my lifetime for the presidency unless they become a new GOP, a new Republican Party,” he said, during an interview with Glenn Beck on TheBlaze that aired on Thursday, Politico reported. “And it has to be a transformation, not a little tweaking at the edges.”

In fact, the GOP needs a complete overhaul that includes a “better message” that resonates with a wide population, “in a way they can understand it,” he said, on the show. One example: Rather than talking taxes, talk civil liberties, he suggested.

“Republicans haven’t gone to African-Americans or to Hispanics and said, ‘You know what? The war on drugs, Big Government, has had a racial outcome. It’s disproportionately affected the poor and the black and the brown,’” he said, on TheBlaze.


“There is a struggle going on within the Republican Party,” he said, Politico reported. “It’s not new and I’m not ashamed of it. I’m proud of the fact that there is a struggle. And I will struggle to make the Republican Party a different party, a bigger party, a more diverse party and a party that can win national elections again.”

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  • Rand Paul’s ideas for the GOP are fresh, new, bold, ideas which the GOP have never tried before.

    Unless they have, and they have already been a monumental failure.

    Two words: Jack Kemp.

    Who averaged a BIG BIG BIG whopping 5% of the vote in Republican primaries and caucuses he actually tried to do well in when he ran for President in 1988. And when he was the Vice-Presidential nominee in 1996, he let wooden AL GORE of all people get the better of him in a debate. Kemp’s being on the bottom of the ticket that year probably didn’t get as much as one single black or Hispanic voter to change their vote from Clinton to Dole. And that was the first real chance that black and other non-white voters had to show their appreciation to Kemp for all of his years of pandering to them, as the only kind of elections he ever ran in before were in his own western NYS Republican-gerrymandered Congressional district, which hardly had any blacks or Hispanics, or in Republican Presidential primaries and caucuses in 1988, which blacks patronized about as well as they do bookstores. (In 1988, Jesse Jackson was a semi-credible contender on the Democrat side during their primary and caucus season, so black voters had an obvious skin interest there.) Yet, the kind of people Kemp so dearly cared about because they were all in one big jock shower together (his own words) strangely wanted nothing to do with him.

    Now, back to Jack Kemp 2.0.

    Rand Paul’s 2016 keynote issues?

    * Allow felons to vote (*)
    * Quasi-legalization of drugs
    * Oppose the NON-ISSUE (**) of the use of armed drones on American territory
    * Give tax breaks to non-taxpaying minorities
    * And most of all, swing the borders wide open and give work permits to anyone on Earth who wants to come here and work, turning us all into wage slaves, well, all of us except for the top 1% of the top 1%.

    Wow, there’s the path to victory.

    No, there’s the path to LOSING, which is the opposite of WINNING. Which is why he’s getting more and more favorable coverage from the liberal media, save the WaPo, and the only reason they’re not on board is because they need to sell subscriptions in a city full of people that either work for the NSA or people that are related to or are friends with people that work for the NSA.

    Nominate Rand Paul, LOSE.

    Nominate Jeff Sessions, WIN.

    (*) – Kentucky is one of the few states that have an almost absolute blanket prohibition on convicted felons voting. Which would come in handy if you’re running for Senate from the state of Kentucky in a close contest, wouldn’t it, Rand?

    (**) – Note to peanut gallery: The Posse Comitatus Act of 1871 already makes illegal the use of armed drones on regular American territory. We won that battle 143 years ago. No need to re-fight it.

    • Dave4088

      The powers that be will never allow Jeff Sessions to win the Republican nomination. When PBJ won New Hampshire in 1996 its was 24/7 hate and bile directed against him by the media and Republican establishment. Bob Dole thundered from the podium that he will not tolerate the intolerance of PJB’s message.

      Predictably, it had the intended effect on a gullible electorate and his promising campaign quickly lost the momentum it was gaining.

      • Katherine McChesney

        Who on earth is ‘PBJ”?

        • Dave4088

          I meant PJB. Patrick J. Buchanan.

          • John K

            Buchanan is so conservative and a realist that even Michael Savage won’t have him back on his show.

        • Oil Can Harry

          Sounds like the poster is hankering for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. 🙂

      • Nancy Thomas

        Sessions is just about the only one I would vote for.

        • Nathanwartooth

          I love Sessions but a couple of weeks ago he came out and said that marijuana was just as dangerous as Alcohol.

          But honestly, I don’t care how silly he is about marijuana.

          If we don’t close the borders, nothing else will matter and he is one of the only people willing to do it.

          • Tucker

            Don’t you think it’s about past time for you to pull your head out of your rear end, Nathanwartooth – and accept the ugly, scientific and medically proven truth about your addiction to smoking weed?

            The verdict is in, pal. Oh, and if anyone wonders how and why the citizens of this rapidly decomposing nation have been getting steadily and increasingly stupider and more dumbed down and easier for sleazy, low life, degenerate criminal politicians to snooker – I suggest that we all look back at how hard the leftists have since the1960s and who still continue to push the idea that marijuana is harmless and that we all should be smoking it every day of our lives.

            News Flash for all you pot heads who’re still clinging to your juvenile 1960s era fascination with hippydom. Our criminal and race treasonous ruling elites WANT US TO HAVE LOWER IQS, because imbeciles are easier to control and easier to snooker with endless lies and financial rip-offs.

            By the way, this reduction in IQ is not reversible. It’s permanent.
            So, go on smoking your joints, Nathanwartooth. The criminals up in D.C. have you programmed for self-destruction and pacification.




          • JR Kipling

            Good one Tucker. I am old enough to have seen the potheads of the 60s and 70s reap the reward of “harmless” pot. Early senility, schizophrenia, drug psychosis and then the abandoned wives and children all over the social landscape. But the same losers have undying loyalty to their weed and bong. Its pathetic to watch a 50 year old man living with his 70 year old mother, slurring his words, making endless excuses for being unable to hold a job. Lost in his babbling speech that goes nowhere, Yet always swearing all the time that “pot is harmless” and its all the fault of the “War on Drugs”

          • Nathanwartooth

            I don’t smoke weed.

          • DonReynolds

            I am not willing to destroy my own country so you (and millions of others like you) can continue to buy cheap drugs from the Mexican cartels. Sorry, but that is it.

        • Pro_Whitey

          I’m loving this love for Jeff Sessions. Not that he’s perfect, but with loonies like Rand Paul, he’s the only one with a chance of running a campaign to better the working opportunities, wages, and working conditions of American workers (by which I do not include aliens, legal or illegal).

          • I, too, am disappointed with all the crank knit-picking over this or that re Jeff Sessions that we’re reading in this thread. But this is what you get when people just can’t put aside their niche and relatively unimportant hobby horse obsessions with this or that to focus on the important questions and the task at hand.

            Then again, I saw it coming.

          • Nancy Thomas

            The people who don’t like Sessions couldn’t have any idea what is going on, but pretend that they do. I’m on top of it and I can assure everyone here that Jeff sessions and Steve King are just about the only two that care about this country and haven’t been bought off.

          • Okay, I’ll call white elephant and naked emperor.

            “But Jeff Sessions stands with Israel!”

            “But he voted to go to war with Iraq!”

            “But he voted for a bunch of free trade bills and agreements!”

            Legitimate criticisms? Yes.

            But that’s like three pebbles on the bad side of the scales compared to a brick of immigration on the good side of the scales.

          • Nancy Thomas

            If he didn’t “stand with Israel” he wouldn’t have a seat in the Senate. Mearsheimer and Walt exposed and documented how that works. EVERYBODY voted for the war in Iraq and we were intentionally misled by the crew I just mentioned. I can’t defend his voting for free trade bills and I didn’t know about that. But immigration is the number one issue and he’s right on that.

          • blight14

            Well stated….

          • DonReynolds

            If you are right, then we have already lost and Amnesty would have passed years ago. Clearly, that is not the case. We have more friends than you suppose. The leadership has been pushing for this for years.

          • Nancy Thomas

            I don’t see it that way. I’m an anti-amnesty activist, I make calls every single day, even on Christmas. I belong to every organization and donate monthly. I go to protests, I read about the topic every day. We really don’t have many friends where it matters, certainly not many powerful friends. The only reason amnesty has been delayed is because of grassroots efforts, massive calling and faxes and letters and emails which scare the hell out of the creeps in Washington. Our friends are the people on this board and the people at Numbersusa and our fellow countrymen, on that I will agree.

      • Nancy Thomas

        I didn’t realize that Dole was such a dimwit douche.

        • DonReynolds

          Even though Kemp was Dole’s running mate……it is well-known that Bob Dole despised Jack Kemp AND his economic proposals……even years before they ran together.

    • JohnEngelman

      Jack Kemp was a man whose mind was the prison of a single idea. The single idea was, “Now is a good time to cut taxes.”

      • AutomaticSlim

        It is ALWAYS a good time to cut (hopefully decimate) taxes!
        Nothing good comes from taking away from honest, intelligent, hard working people to give to lazy, shiftless, shameless loafers.

        That being said, Kemp’s problem was his “compassionate conservatism”, which really was just his obsession with black and mestizo minorities. I think a part of that came from his background in football. He spent too much time with the blacks and got turned.

        • JohnEngelman

          Like others of your persuasion you greatly overestimate the percent of the federal budget that goes to welfare payments.

          • Nathanwartooth

            1. War
            2. Social Security/Medicare
            3. Welfare programs
            4. Everything else, which is about 10% of the federal budget

            I don’t feel like looking up the federal budget, but you are correct. Most of the budget (about ~75%) is war and social security/medicare.

        • DonReynolds

          I am not in favor of cutting taxes only to borrow half the Federal budget and add to the national debt. We need to stop constant whimpering about taxes in order stop raising the debt. The problem is spending, which is wildly out of control and cutting taxes is not the solution.

          • JohnEngelman

            What programs do you want to cut or eliminate? Be specific.

          • AutomaticSlim

            End all social programs since LBJ, including welfare, food stamps, head start. school lunch, medicaid, public housing.
            Greatly scale back medicare & SS. For those, only allow recipients to get back what they put in, perhaps + 5% interest.
            Bust the teachers unions and emphasize private education.
            Close all foreign military bases, unless the foreign country is willing to pay 300% the cost of operation. Put 50,000 troops on the entire length of the Mexican border.

          • Nancy Thomas

            Here’s the problem…the Dims have engineered it so that they have a captive voting block that gets free stuff in return for their vote. We would have to exterminate all of the Dims, which I am totally in favor of!

          • DonReynolds

            John….you do not get to quiz people here, not even the ones you dislike. If you have something to say, just blurt it out as you normally do.
            But to answer your question, I really do not give a fig what spending is postponed or eliminated. I am pretty sure it would not be the same list I would propose. Hopefully they will do so before spending brings down the entire government…..at which point…. every program will be eliminated.

          • JohnEngelman

            Since Proposition 13 was passed in California in 1978 Republicans have been demagoguing the tax issue.

            They have implied that taxes can be cut without cutting popular domestic spending programs, and without increasing the national debt.

            That demagoguery is responsible for the increase in the national debt since the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980.

            Consequently, I certainly do have the right to ask for specifics whenever someone talks about “less government,” “cutting spending,” and so on.

          • AutomaticSlim

            Cut spending, of course I agree.
            But, people should be able to keep money they earn.
            It is nothing less than robbery to take huge amounts from honest, hardworking people, while the ghetto dwellers live it up on welfare and food stamps. Perhaps a “fair” tax would be 10% maximum for fed, state, and city combined. I am single and in my forties. I could have retired by now if I were allowed to keep 90% of my income. But I instead I am getting up early and working myself to an early grave to support savages.

          • Nancy Thomas

            You are totally correct. The money printing will be the end of the dollar.

      • ricpic

        His single idiot idea was pandering to blacks. As though any amount of we love you could induce blacks to vote for a party that is slightly less amenable to gibsmedat than the Dems.

        • sbuffalonative

          Yes, blacks loved him.

          • DonReynolds

            When Kemp died in 2009, Obama sang his praises and gave him the Medal of Freedom.

      • DonReynolds

        Silly Rabbit. Kemp and Stockman convinced Reagan to cut taxes, but his social agenda was much more progressive than you seem to recall.

    • DonReynolds

      I remember Jack Kemp very well actually and, yes, I was very disappointed with him later. (I even required all my economics students to read his book, An American Renaissance, for the better part of 20 years.)
      He started out strong but over time drifted away from von Hayek and Milton Friedman toward the Rockefeller wing…. now called the Establishment Republicans. When he died in 2009, Democrats and RINOs alike mourned the passing of a friend.

      • Here’s the thing.

        Kemp’s later “drift” is not inconsistent with Hayek and Friedman, especially Friedman. In fact, if one immerses one’s self in Friedman’s writings say from 1975 and later, you can only come to the conclusion that racial pandering and butt kissing on the part of whoever would adhere to those ideas was inevitable.

        This is what we get when we anchor ourselves to abstract economics-based ideologies (of any sort) rather than racial paradigms. Especially in today’s climate, where anyone or anything who is not explicitly pro-white will eventually become anti-white

        • DonReynolds

          Friedman is famous, in part, for pointing out that we cannot have open borders and a welfare state at the same time.
          When Milton Friedman proposed a Flat Tax, he pointed out that 4% would be high enough to bring in the same dollar amount as the nutty progressive income taxes we still have. Recently, the big government advocates have said they need at least 15%.
          Milton Friedman also proposed eliminating all welfare programs and replacing them with a much less expensive minimum guaranteed income. Nixon pitched it to Congress in 1970, but they rejected it.

    • Pro_Whitey

      I recall people claiming that Jack Kemp won in a district with a large black population. My guess is that the majority of the district was white, and if anyone had tried to figure out who was voting for Kemp, they would have found scared whites voting in a block for the GOP candidate as their only hope. I bet he got little to no black votes for all his pandering.

  • borogirl54

    I think that the GOP has a chance the next go around because of Obama’s failures, the possibility of another Democratic president is too much because it is going continue the same failed policies that Obama had. The GOP needs to be more inclusive and put out candidates that people can relate to. Not another Mitt Romney who could not relate to middle America.

    • D.B. Cooper

      It’s the democrats’ turn to put up a fall guy (or woman) of their own, so the GOP can win with the least resistance.
      As long as 50% of the white male population is Mr. Cambridge Knock Out Victim, nothing will change.
      My biggest haters on internet comments are white males.

      • Nancy Thomas

        The Dims and the media elite have already crowned Billary.

    • NotYouNotSure

      America today is not America as it used to be, failed policies or not, voting is now very much based on ethnic groups, the Democrats can be as bad as they want to be, they will still win. One can be as “inclusive” as you want to be, but voting patterns in most third world countries are usually won on ethnic lines or socialist leaning parties. The Republicans are neither, the Democrats are both, if the only way to win power is to become exactly like the Democrats, what is the point of even having two parties ?

    • 1stworlder

      Non-Asian minorities will always vote for more free stuff paid by productive people.

      • AutomaticSlim

        And unfortunately, a large percentage of East Asians vote for liberals because the impressionable kids go to college and get brainwashed by the professors.

      • JDInSanD

        77% of asians voted for Obama the second time around compared to 72% of hispanics. Both were basically voting for the least white one in order to stick it to whitey.

        As for Rand Paul’s prediction, I’ll take it a step further. I don’t think we’ll ever again see a white male president in our lifetime from either party.

      • Nancy Thomas

        The asians vote against us too, for reasons I can’t fathom. The entire rainbow coalition is against whitey.

    • DonReynolds

      Given how rotten American politics has become, people do not vote FOR anybody. They are more likely to vote AGAINST the other SOB.

    • Steven Bannister

      Yeah, cause middle America can really relate to a biracial leftist from Hawaii/Indonesia named Barack Hussain Obama.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    Rand Paul is correct that we’ll never have another Republican President due to demographic shift. Paul is incorrect that Republicans selling out their principles will endear minorities to what they view as ‘The White Party’.

    • Puggg

      What he seems to be saying, this Rand Paul, is that because the Republican Party may well lose Texas one day soon, the solution is to speed up the process and make that day come sooner.

      • D.B. Cooper

        The GOP has already lost Ohio and Florida, and it doesn’t care, so I’ll gladly help send them the way of the Whigs.

        • Jesse James

          Don’t forget Virginia, we are losing the Confederate States one by one again.

          • ncpride

            Yes, NC was too close a call last election….we barely stayed in the red, and a major disappointment to me the election before when we lost to the Dems. *sigh*

    • D.B. Cooper

      It’s not “The White Party” until the GOP flat out says it’s the white party, just like the Democratic Party proudly proclaims to be the party of blacks.

      • Bartek

        The GOP is not the ‘White Party’.
        White people are not allowed any type of exclusivity.

        • Nancy Thomas

          True. Any sign of white cohesion is deemed racist and nazi, and that is why you will never hear anything pro-white from the GOP.

    • Petronius

      When you change the trees in the forest it is no longer the same forest.

      You can add Virginia to the list of lost States. Virginia has been Californicated. It has become an occupied country where the foreign vote is decisive.

      • Bartek

        Actually occupied by social justice liberal government employees.

    • Nancy Thomas

      Yes, he is totally wrong. The GOP should just be the white party.

    • willbest

      We are going to have another economic collapse before the 2016. It would be pretty hard for the GOP to screw it up.

      • Bartek

        Just nominate Christie or Ryan. That is about as screwed up as it could get. At least with Hillary there will be healthy opposition.

    • Bartek

      Perhaps the GOP would win if they actually became ‘The White Party’.
      I don’t vote in the last Presidential election. Hate Obama, didn’t think much better of Mitt and Ryan. Mitt=immigration, outsourcing, war (Syria), and with Ryan, wanted Wall Street of all anti American things to get my Social Security (which I have paid into my whole life and would like when I retire).

      • LACountyRedneck

        There should be a White Party but I’d rather not include most of those currently in the GOP.

      • Nancy Thomas

        Ryan is HORRIBLE, a total NWO tool, big business RAT, pro amnesty and higher levels of immigration… lies constantly and claims that illegals create jobs! I hate Ryan with a passion and I swear I’d vote for Hillary before I’d vote for a self hating white man.

    • Erasmus

      By becoming democrat-lite the GOP guarantees that its erstwhile supporters will walk.

      They may not win if they stick with their supporters, but their defeat is written in stone if they pander to the lefties. IOW, if a person’s going to vote left, why in the hell would he vote for a light-weight GOP lefty when the democrat candidate is the real McCoy?

  • JohnEngelman

    Libertarian economic policies only work for those who have reason to be confident of their ability to earn a good living with no help from the government. Most whites do not benefit from these polices. The vast majority of blacks do not.

    • And what Rand Paul is proposing isn’t even classically or properly libertarian. It’s just an odd mix of one part kiddie pool libertarian one part race pandering, all so he can feel good about himself and give himself the non-racist orgy porgies all the while thinking he’s somehow being consistent with his general ideology.

    • AutomaticSlim

      “Libertarian economic policies only work for those who have reason to be
      confident of their ability to earn a good living with no help from the

      Why do you have a problem with survival of the fittest?

      • JohnEngelman

        If you have read many of my comments you would know that I am pleased with the prosperity in the United States of Jews and Orientals. They are prospering because they are loaded with IQ power.

      • DonReynolds

        I have a problem with survival ONLY of the fittest. We are not Spartans. It takes all kinds of people to make this world. That is why I insist that equality is a lie.

    • ricpic

      Simply untrue. The freest least interfered with market is the most robust market is the market with more jobs for more people, regardless of whether they are self-starting entrepreneurs or journeymen workers with a skill to bring to that market.

    • DonReynolds

      The confusion of recent years has been to equate Libertarian with Conservative. They do not agree much and really dislike each other.

      • JohnEngelman

        A libertarian is a Republican who likes pornography, illegal drugs, and “recreational sex,” and who dislikes going to church.

    • Mike

      Whites do just fine in free market economies actually.

  • Dave4088

    “Republicans haven’t gone to African-Americans or to Hispanics and said,
    ‘You know what? The war on drugs, Big Government, has had a racial

    You know what, Rand? Forced racial integration, affirmative action and unchecked third world immigration have had racial outcomes for white people and not very good ones. Rand man is saying that racial concerns and identity politics is ok if you’re black or brown, but I guarantee he would dismiss the concerns of white people as bigoted and irrelevant.

  • Spartacus

    Republicans, democrats… I see no difference from where I’m standing .

    • bigone4u

      One snake, two heads, that’s all.

      • So CAL Snowman

        Two wings of the same bird and the flight path straight to hell never changes.

  • NoMosqueHere

    No wonder, with jerks like Rand Paul on the ballot. The only hope for the republicans are anti-immigration, pro white candidates. It’s more likely that Rand Paul won’t see that in his lifetime.

    • Nancy Thomas

      Every single name on the RNC straw poll for POTUS is pro-amnesty. Well…Cruz claims to be “against amnesty” but he wants to DOUBLE legal immigration which is even worse than amnesty.

  • dave

    Both parties are screwing the white race. So,there’s no difference.

  • bigone4u

    White persons will have a choice between the lesser of two evils AGAIN unless Jeff Sessions or someone like him is the nominee of the GOP for the presidency. The idea that minorities will give up their booty plundered from the pockets of white taxpayers for vague promises of smaller government is preposterous. They want MORE government, not less. And they don’t give a damn about the Founding Fathers, the Constitution, or anything other than ME, ME, ME.

    • Rhialto

      Perhaps Rand Paul and other Repub candidates are spouting this “big tent” hype* just to show that they are not Racist. This may not win any significant number of minority votes, but in may influence some muddled headed White voters to vote Republican.

      *The Repubs started this in 1964. I guess the experts think it has succeeded to some extent.

      • Nancy Thomas

        The problem is that the media has sold the Dims as the cool party, and young people are stupid and care more about being hip than they care about loving their country. The brainwashing is what’s killing us.

        • Bartek

          And who again dominates mass media?

          • WR_the_realist

            I think every white person should be encouraged to spend a month watching MSNBC. When they realize how viciously anti-white the Democrats are, they will vote for any other party.

          • Nancy Thomas

            A sad share of whites already watch that crap and eat it up because they are brainwashed ethnomasochists who hate themselves and hate their own country. They agree with minorities that we are bad bad bad and deserve to be run off our own land.

      • Bartek

        Not a good strategy when you alienate more potential voters than you win over.

  • Dave4088

    So, focus on civil liberties, but mimic the anti-white political left on all other issues. Sounds like a sure fire winner to me. Rand Paul is truly a man ahead of his time.

  • Katherine McChesney

    The GOP is hopelessly irrelevant today. The changes Paul wants will destroy it further. It’s no longer a Conservative party.

  • JohnEngelman

    For 2016 I predict a third party on the right that will guarantee a Democratic victory.

    Immigration is an issue the GOP cannot compromise on. The business community wants more immigrants so they can reduce wages. White blue collar Republicans oppose more immigrants for the same reason.

    The Democratic Party has different constituencies, but they are not bitterly divided on any issue. The desire to beat the GOP unites them.

    The Republican Party has made no inroads in non whites and Jews. Although the GOP has most of the white vote, whites in labor unions still usually vote Democratic. So does what is called “the bi coastal elite.” These are affluent white professionals educated in the best universities, who live in cities like Seattle, San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, Boston, New York, and Washington, DC.

    • Nancy Thomas

      The GOP does not have most of the white vote. That’s why Obama won.

      • willbest

        Whites are only 72% of the voters. The Dems only need 40% of them if they are going to continue to pull 80%+ on minorities. And even then I still they could win the EC. Which is why its absurd to try and figure out how to court 10% more of minorities when you should just figure out how to appeal to 1.5% more white people

        • Nancy Thomas

          Yes, you’re absolutely right, I’ve seen those figures many times. You can bet the RNC knows the math too, but they ignore it because the BIG money comes from an anti-white elite that wants open borders and white dispossession. This is the only explanation that makes any sense. Like you said, if the GOP would openly cater to whites, they’d win in landslides. Look…the social engineers who’ve brought about our demise know exactly what they are doing, know where to spread the money around, know how to work the system….while most whites are innocent and have no idea regarding the forces that are working feverishly to destroy us.

          • Bartek

            American GNP is based on real estate valuation. For the most part the USA is de-industrialized and produces nothing of real value, with the exception of agricultural products (just like a third world colony). To justify the fiat currency valuation (based on GNP) real estate prices must continue to rise. You can’t have rising real estate prices without a growing population base, and Whitey is far too sterile, self indulgent, and ‘responsible’ to provide that growth.
            This is why the GOP is so rabidly pro-colonization.

          • silviosilver

            You are spouting economic nonsense.

          • willbest

            That isn’t true, we are a world leader in manufacturing, and the go to place for heavy industrial equipment. Earth movers, oil rigs, construction cranes, etc. Basically, they buy are stuff build and equip their factories with it and then sell us cheap consumer goods.

        • Bartek

          Many Whites didn’t bother to vote for spokesmodel this time around. I know I didn’t. I hate Obama, hate Blacks, and am a White nationalist. But I still could not be bothered to vote for outsourcing, pro immigration, pro foreign war Mitt and ‘lets hand over Social Security to the thieves on Wall Street’, Ryan.
          Instead I stayed home and relaxed.
          I am sick of voting for the lesser of two evils, and I am sick of being taxed without representation. At least Barry made me some money with his and Feinstein’s attempted gun grab. If Mitt would have won, we would have White soldiers killing (and getting killed by) Caucasians in Syria Probably have some ‘sensible’ gun control, and have the amnesty bill they all want passed into law by now.

          • Nancy Thomas

            Then you and I won’t be voting at all.

        • LACountyRedneck

          Bingo! Would be much easier to get 1.5% more Whites as opposed to 10% more minorities. I’d much rather they do what it takes to get Whites voting, as opposed to having to do what it would take to get additional minorities, which is what Dems do.

    • The Verdict of History

      On your point about the GOP’s failure to make inroads into the Jewish community:

      Take note of the following trends:

      Trend 1:

      Please note that those American Jews with the highest birthrates are those that are ultra-Orthodox.

      They are likely to continue voting Republican, as they do in NYC.

      The vicious (and surprisingly well reported) crimes against them will only help solidify their loyalty to the right.

      Trend 2:

      Meanwhile, the liberal-progressive Jewish element in this country is intermarrying at an astonishingly high rate. This includes Reformed and Conservative Jews that vote overwhelmingly for the Democrats…

      I think this group will continue to give birth to off-spring that grow increasingly skeptical of the Jewish community’s historic support for mass immigration policy, especially since the costs of this demographic transformation will hurt them acutely.


      These up and coming cultural Jews resent, and will continue to resent, affirmative action policy in education and employment. As favoritism becomes forcefully imposed on all domains of social and professional life, even liberal Jews will notice that their secure occupational positions will come under scrutiny by the opponents of “white privilege”…

      Of course, as demographic change becomes increasingly associated with brown and black crime against whites, financially and materially comfortable suburbanite Jews will notice that they are targets of colored rage as well.

      These pressures will help accelerate the flight of Jews from the Left.

      Trend 3:

      Jewish voters used to vote Democrat in Presidential elections at rates upward toward 90 percent… that level has since fallen to 69 percent (Obama in 2012).

      Observe the trend:


      Trend 4:

      As the Left becomes increasingly hostile toward Israel throughout the Western World (see: the BDS movement), and as Rightist groups grow more sympathetic toward Israel (as a bulwark against Islam), Jews in the US and abroad will re-evaluate their allegiance to the Left.

      • willbest

        Jews are 2% of the population. Its not so much where they vote, but where they put their money and mouthpieces.

    • Rhialto

      The Constitutional party could siphon off Repub support, but effective bipartisan effort has kept th Constitutional party off the ballot in many states. Not voting at all seems to be the major outlet for rejecting both major parties.

    • LACountyRedneck

      “The Republican Party had made no inroads in non whites and Jews.” Non-Whites “inroads” equates to handouts. Jews represent only 2% of the pop. That is the only reason Democrats won and will likely continue winning. Handouts. Republicans can only win by (1) Giving out more handouts than the Dems. or (2) Going after the “White” vote and getting them to the polls. 8 million registered White Republican voters did not vote in 2012. I don’t see either happening. A third party would benefit Whites even though they won’t initially win because it would eventually speed up the process of sending the Republican party to the grave where it belongs. If that doesn’t work I’ll take secession.

    • silviosilver

      2016 may be too early for an effective third party right challenger. Ross Perot’s Reform Party certainly came out of nowhere and made a big splash but unless someone with Perot-like resources steps up a rightwing third party that can make decisive inroads into the GOP vote will take some time to form. Effectively single-issue “white parties” like A3P/Freedom Party do not seem promising at all, though I earnestly hope that changes.

      The Democratic Party is a rickety coalition of mutually suspicious non-white identity groups that is just begging to be divided and conquered, if only Republicans would be willing to take the gloves off and go ethnic. But beware: whites (at least today) will not support a white identity based on harming others; it must be defensive. Fortunately, defense works. The best defense is a good offense may be applicable in sports, but in politics surely the smashing success of “that’s racist!” and “ugly anti-Semitic canard!” have proved the best offense is a good defense. And boy do whites ever have plenty to get defensive about.

      • JohnEngelman

        After the votes are counted the Republican Party will always be the party that advances the economic interests of the richest ten percent of the country. That means tax cuts for the rich, cuts in domestic spending programs for people who are not rich, and more immigrants.

        The ideal situation for the plutocracy is to legalize immigrants without giving them citizenship rights. Look for Republican politicians and commentators to start advocating that.

        • Nancy Thomas

          Uh…they already did that. Boehner and crew came out with that two weeks ago. But it won’t fly because Obama will use his pen to make them citizens and/or the ACLU will take it to court and demand full citizenship on the grounds that you can’t leave them hanging as second class citizens.

  • SirMe

    Very hard when you take in account the demographics. The Neocons are as liberal as the Democrats, let’s not forget..

    • Romulus

      BOTH PARTIES ARE RUN BY THE SAME GROUP and they aren’t “white” in the way that we understand it.

    • WR_the_realist

      A neocon is just a liberal who likes war, particularly if it’s in the Middle East.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Mainstream American politics is a waste of time. Whites should focus on the establishment of a neo-Confederate resistance that will safeguard white interests when this neo-liberal Ponzi scheme based on exponential growth collapses because of its own internal contradictions.

  • antiquesunlight

    I think Republicans would have a better chance marketing themselves to the younger crowd than to Mexicans and blacks. The Democrats have done a good job portraying themselves as smart and hip, even though they’re the exact opposite of both. Among people 18 – 30, being Democrat or generally liberal is cool.

    • willbest

      Problem is the under 30 crowd is easily manipulated and have spent 20 years being indoctrinated with marxist education.

      • antiquesunlight

        It’s not an easy task, no doubt. It’s too bad Anne Coulter isn’t younger. She’s good looking, sincere, and sarcastic, and that’s a winning recipe among young folks. If she were somehow able to get a TV show, it could really help.

        • silviosilver

          She’s actually at a prime age to run for office. It’s a pity she didn’t embark on a political career sooner, because of the experience she’d have earned, but it’s far from too late for her.

  • Nancy Thomas

    Rand means business and wants to succeed where his father failed, but his “new” idea is stupid and sure to fail. The GOP is not the party of free stuff and the non-whites want free stuff. Non-whites play vicious ethnic politics, hate white people, and hate the GOP. The GOP should cater to whites, but the money elite won’t stand for that, so the GOP is probably doomed. The pro-amnesty stance of the GOP won’t bring any minorities in, and will force massive numbers of whites to leave in disgust and anger. The NWO has us right where it wants us, down on our knees. The only hope would be to militarize the border, deport the invaders, stop white abortions, stop affirmative action, stop immigration, stop multiculturalism, and stop the dechristianization of America.

    • john ellis

      Nancy writes:

      “Rand means business and wants to succeed where his father failed,”

      JR replies:


      Rand Paul is doing the same old, same old race denying Libertarian nonsense. Ron Paul has pushed this treason for many years, now his son has taken up the torch of treason.

      Don’t enable traitors.

    • silviosilver

      Non-whites also hate each other, and not all of them hate whites or hate whites most, so it’s not unrealistic to expect to find some degree of reciprocal support for white identity and white rights among them. White nationalists tend to reject this as pie-in-the-sky or as self-defeating, so my question is: what kind of a fool strategy is it to get to so “high and whitey” that you unite the entire world against you, even a huge chunk of your own people? Yet this attitude has characterized white nationalism from its very inception. Stupid, stupid, stupid.

      • Nancy Thomas

        No…I worked in the hood for 25 years. You are wrong. Push come to shove, non-whites unite against whitey. They have imaginary grievances that they have on the tips of their tongues at the ready. When they found out I voted for Romney, they wouldn’t speak to me. Yes, mexicans hate blacks and steal their work, but blacks are too dumb to notice. The left KNOWS how to get the non-whites to monolith against us, and handouts are the key. You also discount the cradle to grave anti-white brainwashing in the schools and media. In 25 years of exposure to diversity I can safely say that NONE of the non-whites are on our side and they never will be. They have no incentive to side with us and their stupid hatred for us has been institutionalized at every level. They lack the brain power to see what is actually happening, although on some level they understand that they are witness to the total dispossession of whites and they SALIVATE at the thought. Oprah came right out and said it, she can’t wait til old whites die off so they can take over. I saw a Farrakan speech on Youtube where he taunts the white community and makes fake sadness and says, “Oh it must be so awful for white people to be watching as their land is stolen from them! How bad they must feel!” He was mocking us and taking evil pleasure in our demise. They know what’s going on they LOVE IT.

        • silviosilver

          I can think of plenty of people right off the top of my head who do not evince any hatred of whites and who are not at all pleased at the trends they can see about them. I don’t see why your experiences in the hood should cause me to discount my experiences with rather more normal people. And really, quoting Louis Farrakan as a representative voice of the non-white street is absurd. Of course he and his supporters would be thrilled at white demise. I don’t imagine for a second scum like that might change their minds, and the same holds true for 99.9999% of blacks.

          In any case, whether I am right or wrong about the level of reciprocal support whites may find among non-whites, the image that a white nationalist is not opposed in principle to other racial groups – ie that he is not out to “get them” – is very important in maximizing support from whites themselves. I could be wrong, but I believe most whites have at some point in their lives heard old style white nationalist appeals. Clearly most whites do not respond well to such appeals, and a prime reason is surely the impression that it requires of them to adopt an attitude of permanent war with non-whites. You can deplore this state of affairs or you can play the hand you’re dealt.

          While the basic points I have made here may not apply to a strategy of armed revolution, as an electoral strategy I don’t see there’s any other game in town.

          • Nancy Thomas

            I can’t think of ANY notable non-whites (off the top of my head) who are not pleased with our dispossession. All I see is glee and gloating and hatred. Who are you talking about? The left is a monolith of anti-white hate.
            But yes I agree that in principle that we should not be “out to get” anybody, but that is the least of our problems. The mantra I repeat all day long is that the problem is not that whites are racist, the problem is that whites are NOT racist. We are the most tolerant and trusting and stupid group of all. As a group, we don’t even seem to have survival instincts!
            Sure, I get your point though, and this is why I won’t join SF (though I lurk) because I don’t hate anybody, and I object to the low level meanness that doesn’t further our cause at all. You’re right, but in general whites aren’t out to get anybody, whites want to be left alone. it’s the non-whites who’ve been fed 60 years of Frankfurt School anti-white ethnic studies and anti-white rhetoric that fires them up and causes 20,000 black on white rapes per year and Knockout Game violence, etc.
            Whites are not remotely a threat to anybody…they’ve slashed our wrists and our blood has spilled onto the ground….I’m hoping for a transfusion…

          • silviosilver

            I’m well aware that the average white isn’t out to get anybody, but I’m not talking about the average white; I’m talking about white nationalists and the impression they tend to give other whites about the requirements of being a white nationalist, which traditionally has involved a great deal of anti-other hatred, scorn and threats of violence. Whites who develop such an impression of what white nationalism entails tend to reject it, and by a wide margin. Yet whether the average white rejects white nationalism or not, the issues that concern white nationalists remain totally valid and totally unaddressed – thanks in no small part to the cosmic ineptitude of the average WN wingnut who drives his own people away from him. If you’re going to expend mental energy being angry about the current state of affairs, Miss Thomas, then I suggest apportioning some of it over this.

          • Nancy Thomas

            You make some good points. In fact, RamzPaul has alluded to this. Like I told you, even though I lurk at SF I would never register. In “real” life I am kind and respectful to all. And the owner of this site sets a great example as well. We have an image problem, but it’s an inaccurate image. By that I mean that the media labels all of us as naziswhowanttokillsixmillionjews, and these labels are totally unfair and not our fault and beyond our control for the most part. The left loves to trot out the KKK even though the KKK is basically ancient history. Look what they do to David Duke! It’s criminal. No, it’s not our fault that we are always viciously maligned and misrepresented; it’s the fault of a very hateful elite that controls the media.

          • silviosilver

            That’s true, but I wasn’t even thinking of kluxers and skinheads, because that’s just an obvious turn-off. I was referring to the average WN and the issues he uses to hook people and the policy objectives he insists people must adopt – most of this, in my humble opinion, is done extremely poorly. I gather you’re familiar with the Whitaker crowd. Those guys are good, vastly better than anything I’ve ever read at SF. If that approach had been taken fifty years ago there might have been millions, literally millions, of racially aware WNs today, unwilling to accept racial dispossession for an answer. I’m sure there are millions upon millions of whites with racial feelings and who act on them, but who have no idea how to express those feelings (‘racially constipated’). Whitaker’s approach can at least get them taking an anti-anti-white stance, which would go a long way to creating a foundation for future growth, if nothing else.

          • Nancy Thomas

            Love him and I use the mantra all the time. I’m surprised they haven’t banned me from YT.

        • wildfirexx

          I like your comments and agree with your rational train of thought and how you express yourself. please consider that a complement!
          Not being American, but somehow feeling we are in the same sinking ship together, I feel a kinship with my southern American cousins. Although… during the winter Olympics we seem to be battling for Gold.
          I feel many non-whites (manly blacks) despise us for different reasons… then we dislike them. We tend to loathe them because of their primitive looks and aggressive nature. We fear them because we feel they can do us harm. It’s a tribal instinct to be with our own that separates us from them.(there are always exceptions to the rule)
          On the other hand they despise us because they are envious of our looks, accomplishments and general well being. They hate us because of our past wrongs against them, and carry a chip on their shoulder. They morally fear us because they don’t trust us. But, secretly many wish they were born white but deny this to their inner selves.
          I feel we are doomed, unless we can convince ourselves and others that we must take a stand against the powers that be. We live in a sort of Matrix world, that controls our inner thoughts and dictates our day to day life through liberal media and social brainwashing.
          It’s amazing how many people are still living in a dream world, oblivious to their surroundings. But many white people are slowly beginning to experience the depression sinking in… that the world they once knew is quickly coming to a end…but don’t know how to stop it, or how to change it.

          • Nancy Thomas

            Thank you for the kind words. Yes, it’s a matrix world. Our world isn’t so much changing as being destroyed. The “changes” that the media tell you are spontaneous and organic are anything but. There is nothing normal about millions of third worlders invading all of the white countries at the same time. The tribe media loves to repeat that the country is “changing” as if they have no hand in it! The “changes” have come from the top, money spread around to buy off the government to neglect to enforce the borders, bags of money to force the passage of anti-white immigration laws, etc.etc.etc., all of this has been socially engineered and the plan is to wipe us out. Make no mistake, white people have targets drawn on their shirts. How to stop it? RAISE HELL! We start with legal means, calling and writing letters, protests, etc.,
            then if they continue the plan for white genocide we will have to get much more aggressive.

  • Anthony Seminoff

    yea they need to become the tea party!

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    I should listen to someone like Randmesty who publicly stated:

    “What a tragedy it would have been that America wouldn’t have gotten to see Barack Obama as a leader.”

    Is Rand suggesting that the GOP has to be more pro-gay rights, more pro-drugs, and open borders to win?

    IOW, Rand wants the GOP to be more like the DemoRATS:

    “…The Republican Party must embrace more legal immigration.”

    “Immigration Reform will not occur until Conservative Republicans, like myself, become part of the solution. I am here today to begin that conversation.”

    “If you wish to work, if you wish to live and work in America, then we will find a place for you.”

    “This is where prudence, compassion and thrift all point us toward the same goal: bringing these workers out of the shadows and into being taxpaying members of society.”

    “Imagine 12 million people who are already here coming out of the shadows to become new taxpayers.12 million more people assimilating into society. 12 million more people being productive contributors.”

    Latinos, should be a natural constituency for the party, Paul argued, but ‘Republicans have pushed them away with harsh rhetoric over immigration.'”

    Well, that’s about as anti-White as you can get!! This man no more supports my views and cares about the fate of my people than does Obama — whom he seems to admire and support, he even sounds like him.

  • dd121

    I think he has it right about their losing. He just reached the wrong conclusion on how to fix it. Moving to the left is more of a death blow than moving to the right. I don’t think it will take long to see who’s right.

  • IstvanIN

    Rand Paul is part of the problem. Let the Republican Party die, they don’t care about America.

    • JohnEngelman

      The Republican Party exists in order to advance the economic interests of the richest ten percent of the American people. Keep that in mind, and you will never be surprised by anything the Republicans do.

      • Max

        Yes, exactly as the Democratic Party. Obama got more money from Wallstreet concerns than any of the other candidates. At the end of the day, they all smoke the same cigars, drink from the same champagne bottles and bed the same prostitutes, male and female.

  • A Freespeechzone

    It can’t be forgotten that the ‘leaders’ of the traditional GOP see Conservatives and the Tea Party as the enemy and seek to silence and destroy them at all costs. They are WORSE than the vile liberals and democrats who have always been the enemy of freedom.

    There needs to be a split with Conservatives standing on solid principles based upon the Constitution, fiscal responsibility and adherence to immigration law—and if it only appeals to Whites, so be it, for now, we are still the majority in this country.

  • negrolocaust

    michael savage opened the past two shows with knockout game and other anti-white issues he is the only nationally recognized host talking about the white genocide going on and anybody who is against him because he is a jew you are anti- white and get off of this site. michael is the only pro white national figure out today. limbaugh is crap. at least hannity does take the white side alex jones skirts the issues, levin is total crap, tom marr out of baltimore and les kinsolving are the only hosts to talk about the black on white violence like knock out game .

  • john ellis

    SPLC and other lying anti White Leftists slander us as “haters” . Not true.

    That said.

    I hate Rand Paul – hope he suffers the same fate as Amy Bielhl, Rachiel Corrie.

    Amren was correct in making Rand Paul the worst traitor of 2013. Do not tolerate any White American promoting this traitor/idiot.

    • WR_the_realist

      I don’t hate Rand Paul. I think he’s naive, not evil. Blacks will keep voting for Democrats because they want big government. Likewise with Hispanics. Republicans should recognize reality and go hunting where the ducks are.

      • john ellis

        He’s pandering to get the media to stop calling him and his former advisers “racist”.

        The media and anti White groups like the NAACP, LaRaza, SPLC have the power to make all “Conservatives”, libertarians pander to non Whites, hate on pre 1965 White American. It’s the price to be paid for being presented as a respectable “conservative”.

        So I disagree with you that Rand Paul is naive, and the solution is education, reasons, facts etc.

        It’s a power game, the other side has power. Weak men like Rand Paul are just going with the flow, is that evil? Probably not, just cowardly behavior and understand, compared to you and I Rand Paul is a big success, wealthy, a young United States Senator, gets to be on TV – all things denied to us.

        In a similar fashion George W Bush and Jack Kemp were successes, at least for awhile.

        • Nancy Thomas

          Yes, he knows how to play the game.

    • Nancy Thomas

      Yes, it is true. Have you been asleep?

  • I will struggle to make the Republican Party a different party, a bigger party, a more diverse party and a party that can win national elections again.”

    A party, a party, a party, a party…… never a People. Considering to what great lengths these clowns go to when ignoring White voters and dropping trou and ingratiating themselves to black and brown people, you sure wouldn’t think that White people still represent the largest voting bloc of American voters.

    Rand Paul’s change is nothing new. It’s the same old diversity racket that the current Clown in Chief was talking about when he was all hopped up on that Change drug.

  • Bartek

    At least there is a bright side to being taken over by Mexico…

    • DonReynolds

      You can forget Mexican occupation. The Chinese are not stupid and they are watching this closely. If this country cannot be defended from Mexicans, the Chinese will have a cakewalk.

      • Bartek

        If the Whites are too self indulgent and simpering to hold territory better the Mexican or Chinese run things. At least Asians manage to have a civilization, unlike the worthless, savage Black.
        I would much prefer to live in a White nation, however White Western civilization suffers from many systemic flaws and seemingly lacks the will to survive.

        • Nancy Thomas

          Altruism is our downfall. Our kindness and tolerance are signs of weakness that the left uses against us.

  • DonReynolds

    So much for all the nonsense that hispanics are “natural Republicans”. Never expect Roman Catholics to be predisposed to be politically conservative in spite of the steady diet of Liberal rubbish they sit through, dished out by the bishops.
    The Republican party had the same problem when Ronald Reagan was elected…..what to do about the Religious Right? Reagan’s solution was the same as the party always used….. court their votes for the election and ignore them afterward. Rand seems to be saying the votes of the Religious Right cost more than they are worth. Besides, the worst thing they can do is stay home and watch the returns on TV…. they are unlikely to vote for the Abortion Party.
    On the other side, Rand has apparently bought into the Karl Rove nonsense that hispanics and blacks are going to vote Republican if only the party will ask them. No, they won’t. The Republican party would have better luck trying to get more of the white vote. The only way Republicans get elected is if Democrats vote for them! Yes, look at every major Republican win and you will find working class white Democrats. That is what works.

    • Nancy Thomas

      I never understood why Catholics are liberals and I never will. Just the issue of abortion should give them pause, but it doesn’t. Maybe they are nuts?

  • Diversity Fatigue

    I tried to tell you guys about Ayn’s boy, Rand. All it got was my comments deleted. Now we know, Rand is another traitor. Minority inclusion is NOT the answer, it is part of our destruction!

    • WR_the_realist

      Contrary to popular myth, Rand Paul was not named after Ayn Rand. The name on his birth certificate is Randal. Ron Paul is a libertarian but has some obvious differences with Objectivist Ayn Rand. Ron Paul is a Christian and while opposed to government entitlements is a strong believer in and practitioner of private charity. Ayn Rand was an atheist who worshiped human greed.

  • DonReynolds

    Sessions can be in favor of anything as long as he stands in the way of Amnesty……one of the very few, I add……I will continue to support him.

    • Erasmus

      Agreed. A conservative who supports amnesty is NOT a conservative. There is nothing more important than conserving the nation, which amnesty will destroy.

      • Nancy Thomas

        As far as I’m concerned, it’s the only issue that matters as long as our country is in play. You’re right, they CAN’T be a conservative and support amnesty.

  • WR_the_realist

    Pandering to blacks will not pry them from the Democratic Party, unless the Republican Party becomes a full clone of the Democratic Party, and not just the pale copy of it that it is now. I am not enamored of the drug war, and believe that under the Constitution it is the states, not the federal government, that have the authority to make drug laws. But even if drug laws were all at the state level most states would make the most addictive drugs illegal. So we’d still have plenty of heroin and meth dealers in prison, and many of them would be black.

    How about

    (1) Stop the war nonsense. Let the Democrats be the war party. Declare victory in the War on Terror (TM), if that makes you feel better, then dismantle the TSA. (Nobody can define what “victory” in the War on Terror (TM) could possibly mean, so you’re free to define it anyway you like.) If the Republicans want to be the party of civil liberties they can start by restoring the 4th Amendment to the airports.

    (2) While we’re still doing the 4th amendment thing, put a leash on the NSA. Put Edward Snowden in charge of it.

    (3) You Republicans pretend to want to cut spending. Prove it. Promise that from now on we’ll only fight wars to defend the United States of America, and nobody else. Downsize the military to what is needed for that task.

    (4) Be a bit more pro environment. Some of us white guys really don’t want to strip mine our national parks.

    (5) Get the white working class vote, which has long had nowhere to go. They stayed home in the last presidential election. Get rid of affirmative action and stop encouraging your corporate buddies to outsource all our jobs.

    (6) Actually enforce immigration law, and slash legal immigration. Even if you don’t care about the costs to the environment and to labor of our current mass immigration policies, keep in mind that 2 out of every 3 legal immigrants votes for Democrats.

    (7) Do what Reagan said he wanted to do but didn’t — get rid of the Department of Education. Its only purpose in practice is to shove political correctness down our throats. Let states and local communities handle education.

    Chances of the Republican Party implementing any of these policies: 0

    That is why they are doomed.

  • Truth Teller

    How about going to Whites and saying the day after I am inaugurated I will sign an executive order that all racial preferences be banned. I will fire every useless AA govt employee. Truth Teller of amren will be put in charge of the EEOC and vigorously prosecute anyone guilty of discrimination against Whites. Every black convicted of a black on White crime will be executed 36 hours after conviction. Playing music in public loudly enough to be heard by anyone else will be punishable by something horrible. All blacks will be resettled in ugly high rise housing projects in Nevada, Idaho and other western state desert areas with no air conditioning. Males over the age of 10 will be strictly segregated from the females to avoid breeding.

  • Truth Teller

    I think Bush 2 was the first to propose giving our social security to the wicked wolves of wall street. National Review touted that idea for years. Makes sense, give our social security to Bernie Madoff and Lehman Bros so they can steal some for their 20 million dollar houses and donate the rest to Israel.
    Bit of Trivia. Did you know that Lehman Bros was the second biggest slave broker in the south before the civil war? They immigrated from Germany to New Orleans in 1800 to avoid the draft since Napoleon was invading Germany. Arriving in New Orleans they set up their slave brokerage. One branch of the family went to San Francisco in 1850 to steal gold from the hardworking prospectors and miners. They ended up in NYC.

  • Mike

    Because inflation from the Federal Reserve pushes the stock market up artificially. It’s not reflective of real economic growth.

    • JohnEngelman

      Click on my posts. My information comes from The Wall Street Journal.

    • JohnEngelman

      What matters is that since 1900 there has been on the average considerably more growth in the stock market under Democratic presidents. From the presidencies of Harry Truman to that of George W. Bush there has been more job creation per year. I got those facts from The Wall Street Journal, which is not a Democratic mouthpiece.

      • silviosilver

        That is only a telling statistic for those convinced that Democrats are horrific economic mismanagers. That’s clearly far from the truth.

        However, with that said, the fact that stock market returns have been greater under Democratic presidencies is in itself inconsequential. The reason is that the mainstream of both parties largely agrees on the core economic principles, regardless of how much noise one side or the other makes about minor economic issues like welfare or food stamps.

        And one more thing, the American economy underwent tremendous changes during the 20th century, so evaluating returns dating back to 1900 is misleading. Since WWII the stockmarket has seen rapid growth and enduring stagnation under both Democratic and Republican presidencies.

        There was rapid growth under Truman and Eisenhower; and into Kennedy. Then stagnation from Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter and into early Reagan. Then rapid growth again under Reagan, Clinton and Bush II. Then a rapid decline at the tail end of Bush II continuing into Obama and then a rapid recovery and new highs.
        Also, these patterns have largely been matched in other western stockmarkets, especially in more recent decades as globalization has gathered pace, and the timing of “left” or “right” (but basically all “center”) regimes in those countries was not in keeping with the Democrats and Republicans in the US, illustrating the limited impact of Republican or Democratic presidents. When you get down to it, it’s all much of a muchness as regards presidents.

    • Nancy Thomas

      We don’t even HAVE a free market system, we have a planned economy, a central bank/warfare model.

  • SoCal Patriot

    Paul has really lost his mind, hasn’t he ?

    In light of this most recent example (among many) of his ineptitude on the issues of race and immigration,and understanding the necessity of doing what we can to undermine his presidential ambitions, I heartily suggest that the following slogan be used against Paul in an attempt to plant the seeds of doubt in the minds of primary voters,as it relates to the questionable status of his mental health:

    “Rand Paul:In your guts, you know he’s nuts !”

    It worked against Goldwater in ’64, and it can work against Paul in 2016!


    • jackryanvb

      Rand Paul is a traitor, accepting the 30 pieces of silver.

      Rand Paul won (lost) Amren traitor of the year for 2013.

      Rand Paul has not been punished for his treason, he’s doing rather well – a wealthy US Senator, presented as a young rising star in Conservative circles. He gets to be on MSM TV – he’s invited in polite society.

      We are not.

      Until we change the power situation where treason gets punished instead of rewarded, we’re on the fast road to extinction ala Rhodesia, Haiti, Algeria, Detroit.

      Please practice on ways to punish traitors, don’t try to be polite, use reason, facts etc.

      The Rand Pauls will not stop doing their treasonous acts until their treason hurts, doesn’t help them.

      • Our first opportunity to punish traitors, not “ours” because neither one of us live there, and not Rand Paul personally, comes on June 10, in two different Virginia Congressional districts.

        Both Eric Cantor and Bob Goodlatte have primary challengers.

        If both can be defeated on the same day, one is the House Majority Leader and one is the House Judiciary Committee Chairman, and both of their defeats is undeniably because of the immigration issue…

        I’m salivating. And also…giving money to both of those primary challengers after my next paycheck.

        • jackryanvb

          Stop putting all your holes in …


          There are many simple, effective ways to punish traitors.

          You and I could take down pussy, coward Rand Paul in a bar fight.

          Do it.

  • I suppose this is what happens when the organisations and organs of the state, like political parties and the democratic process, consider their own saving as ‘entities’ more important than the nation itself.

    It is the same in Britain, where the Conservatives have increasingly given up on their principles in order to try and stay alive. They would probably march up and down with hammer and sickle flags if the survival of the ‘party’ was seen to depend on it.

  • Nancy Thomas

    I am an expert of this topic. YOU need to learn more.

  • Nancy Thomas

    Blacks lose work due to illegals stealing jobs away, but the blacks would rather stick it to whitey come election day. They vote against their own best interests.

    • SoCal Patriot

      Blacks who vote against their own best interests with the hope of using mass immigration to lynch us Whites, will instead wind up using the vote to hang themselves!

  • scutum

    I would urge all of you to take a look at the AMERICAN FREEDOM PARTY. The Republicans are simply democrat light. Their agenda is to stifle the growth of a real opposition party while enabling their co-conspirators in the democratic party to continue psuhing their Marxist agenda forward. While I may support individual republican’s like Ted Cruz or Mike Lee, I will never again support the Republican Party or vote for a Republican for president. Just think about the kind of Bozo’s the Republican’s have offered up aspresidential candidates. The Bushes, Bob Dole, John McCain, Mitt Romney and now another Bush (Jeb), along with Mike Huckabee, and Chris Christie. Ask yourself what any of these clowns will do for our European peoples: The answer is absolutely nothing. However, they will continue to give our nation away to illegal aliens and subhuman ghetto dwellers.

    • jackryanvb

      Run your freedom party for some office where you have a snowball’s chance in hell of competing to win.

      Don’t waste anyone’s time running for a president of the United States.

      Don’t keep doing the same old, same old embracing losing.

  • Greg Thomas

    In other words, Rand Paul has thrown in the towel and surrendered to the third world brown invasion and suggests the GOP do the same. His solution, become democrat lite! There traitors are useless.

  • pcmustgo

    To an extent, he’s right. Blacks and Latinos are overly concerned about police racial profiling and police brutality.

    I have actually known quite a few latino/east indian anti-“New World Order” types, but they never seem to grasp how race is connected to that all, nor do many of their white equivalents, They’re against globalization/globalism, but fine with mass immigration or oblivious to it.

  • Tarczan

    It’s just too depressing. Eventually the credit card will run out, either from inflation, high interest rates or both. The monetary problem could be repaired, but racial replacement can’t be.

  • gemjunior

    He’s no bargain either with his love of diversity.

  • jackryanvb

    Luke Notarus – one of my favorite characters fro a jean repail’s novel Camp of the Saints.

  • wildfirexx

    He’s certainly no a chip off the old block…You would never here Ron Paul speaking in this manner. What was important to Ron Paul front and foremost was respect for the constitution!