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Three No Trump
Slate, by William Salaten

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Posted By:Tishimself, 10/22/2017 8:37:26 AM

n Monday, Sen. John McCain denounced President Trump’s philosophy, agenda, and conduct. On Thursday, former President George W. Bush did the same thing. Neither mentioned Trump by name, but their target was clear. They echoed former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who spoke out against Trump last year. These three indictments, issued by the men who represented the GOP in the four elections leading up to Trump’s, are more than ghosts of a dead party. They point toward an alternative vision of conservatism.
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Reply 1 - Posted by: smoolie, 10/22/2017 8:56:25 AM     (No. 11425749)

Got three paragraphs in and gave up. If these three stand for Conservative Morality and Freedom, then I want no part of it.

Pres Bush caved to the Left on many occasions. Said nothing while illegal Executive Orders were enacted by Pres. Obama. Now feels the need to speak?

Gov Romney ran a weak campaign. Sucked up to President Elect Trump until finding out he would not have a place in his administration.

Sen McCain... well, his offenses to conservatism are too many to list. And his present state of mind excludes him from serious debate.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: aasilver, 10/22/2017 9:03:22 AM     (No. 11425753)

Bush, McCain and Romney are to Conservatism as Obama, Clinton, Pelosi and Reid are to Liberalism.

They are all worthless narcissists and only interested in themselves.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: philsner, 10/22/2017 9:05:26 AM     (No. 11425755)

When McCain is being useful to the left, they call him a "Maverick". But did they elect him president? When Romney ran for president, the left accused him of causing cancer.

The left is evil. Don´t listen to them.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: Bugboy, 10/22/2017 9:08:10 AM     (No. 11425761)

All three are New World Order ala George Soros believers.

I don´t see them as anti-American but as sold out to the NWO, which they think is the end all of end alls.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: Bur Oak, 10/22/2017 9:19:24 AM     (No. 11425770)

Three uni-party politicians without conservative credibility speak about a president that is getting conservative things done. Of course, they are critical.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: MattMusson, 10/22/2017 9:20:48 AM     (No. 11425772)

Let´s face it. There is a lot of money in denouncing Conservatives.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: fhancock, 10/22/2017 9:21:27 AM     (No. 11425774)

I hate to say it...but the only Republican I trust is President Trump...McCain, Bush, Romney...all platitudes and zero action...

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Reply 8 - Posted by: LoneVoice, 10/22/2017 9:23:41 AM     (No. 11425778)

Whoever the next Republican President is we can count on this jerk calling him the worst president ever, even worse than Trump.

Predictable, meaningless drivel.

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Reply 9 - Posted by: BarryNo, 10/22/2017 9:24:34 AM     (No. 11425779)

An alternative vision that we have examined and reject. We rejected Romney, We rejected McCain. If the alternative hadn´t been so blatantly incompetent, we would have rejected Bush.

What part of reject don´t you guys understand?

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Reply 10 - Posted by: Hawgguy, 10/22/2017 9:30:14 AM     (No. 11425786)

Sure, Slate is just the place to go for advice on the direction of the GOP and conservatism.

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Reply 11 - Posted by: Midnight Rambler, 10/22/2017 9:33:11 AM     (No. 11425790)

Another article proving the so called smartest still don´t get why Trump won the election.

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Reply 12 - Posted by: dman, 10/22/2017 9:35:26 AM     (No. 11425793)

The GOP Establishment vision of ´conservatism´ is limited to borderless globalist "free trade" and low taxes on big globalist corporations. This week we have seen the UniParty globalists close ranks in opposing national sovereignty and bilateral, reciprocal "fair" trade and immigration policy. Both wings of the UniParty, especially the RINO GOPe and their obligation to Wall Street / K-Street / N.First Street donors have been exposed for all to see. They are two sides of the same coin.

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Reply 13 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua, 10/22/2017 9:43:41 AM     (No. 11425808)

McCain, W, and Romney have no regard for the average US citizen. All they are after is wealth and power. If you cannot further those ends, you are of no interest to them. Frankly, I have no interest in what they say.

If this is what the Republican party has devolved into, I have no use for it as well.

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Reply 14 - Posted by: jimkata, 10/22/2017 10:14:55 AM     (No. 11425843)

The priorities in Leading this country to me are simple. Take care of citizens first. Then if budget allows it help others around the world. No one in the US doesn´t want to help others, but that is what charities are for. The US can help only if it´s own citizens are provided for.

Wars and circumstances can cause this to vary, but this should be the rule of thumb. Not that hard.

Business should be business. Trade laws should at least be even and yes like all other countries we should try for the best we can for US in these deals.





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Reply 15 - Posted by: hotcorner, 10/22/2017 10:22:17 AM     (No. 11425852)

These three are about jealousy and regret. Imagine the opportunities that Bush, Romney and McCain had and then blowing them. What sad old men!

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Reply 16 - Posted by: stablemoney, 10/22/2017 10:34:33 AM     (No. 11425864)

The 3 are anathema to me. Trump whipped them, and they despise him for it, but Trump whipped them.

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Reply 17 - Posted by: RUReadyY3K, 10/22/2017 10:50:14 AM     (No. 11425883)

Ditto #1. If they represent modern conservatism, then count me out. I guess I am thoroughly a Trumpist.

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Reply 18 - Posted by: MDConservative, 10/22/2017 11:14:18 AM     (No. 11425901)

It´s time to recognize and admit that there are three political "parties" - Antifa/BLM/La Raza/"Social Justice" radicals, the Republicrat Uniparty, and the average Joe who wants to have fair, honest, constitutional government regardless of left-right orientation.

Bush43, McCain and Romney are clearly part of the Uniparty structure, whose "conservatism" is merely to walk a half step behind the "liberal Democrats" declaring their fealty to America and its ideals while creating/supporting new government interventions in your private lives, while continually eroding the value of American citizenship and tradition, ironically claiming "That´s not who we are."

Trump is not a Republican, but a republican. That is the heart of his problem. The Uniparty is standing largely exposed for all to see, despite the best efforts of the American Politic Media Complex to provide a closet full of fig leaves. The question is how to move enough Americans to use the democratic process (as apparently corrupt as it has become) to remove the creeps and cretins from office, replaced by more honest representation of the people acting within the Constitution. Sweet talking phoneys are a dime a dozen, surrounded by political profiteers.

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Reply 19 - Posted by: JediJerry, 10/22/2017 11:51:55 AM     (No. 11425931)

The three stooges of Progressiveism in the Republican Party. These guys and others like them are the tools that turned the GOP away from its Conservative foundation to the glorious big government Progressive mentality that has spread like flesh eating bacteria. We The People have had enough and things have changed. These speeches represent the fatal death bellow of a dying old bull that has been fatally wounded. We are taking out the garbage and the truck is right down the street. You can cry moan and complain all you want but you’re done, stick a fork in it. We will stop at nothing to defeat your minions in office one by one and we will not stop until the job is done. Fights on, let’s roll!

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Reply 20 - Posted by: David Key, 10/22/2017 12:12:06 PM     (No. 11425955)

First off I refuse to take seriously any article by a major Democrat sounding board web site, including NYT´s, WP, Hill, Slate, etc.. who quotes "Republicans" attacking another member of the party. "They point toward an alternative vision of conservatism" is exactly the problem, they´re view of conservatism isn´t conservatism its basically "Democrat lite". We don´t need a party that promises one thing to get elected and then runs as if they were members of the opposition from the get go. Since Nixon, a less than stellar conservative, was knee capped by the press and the Democratic parties, for having the brass bold ones to show that competence in office could end the longest failed war ever, created, managed, run, and lost by the Democratic party, in my opinion. We have seen largely presidential candidates on the Republican side who if and when elected basically went along and got along with the left wing slant of the policies the Dems have put into place and pushed, long past the point that their failures should have brought a cancellation of the policies and trying something new and different. Show me a constitutional clause that allows for an EPA, Educational Department, and Welfare. I don´t argue either that they are good or bad, although I surely could for all three, but that they are unconstitutional and therefor not something that Federal Government should be involved with.

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Reply 21 - Posted by: Brian D. Paasch, 10/22/2017 12:25:06 PM     (No. 11425968)

Wow. If you´re into venom and hatred, Three No Trump was written just for you.

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Reply 22 - Posted by: whyyeseyec, 10/22/2017 12:54:24 PM     (No. 11425990)

If you´re older than three then you recognize this this for what it is - jealousy.

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Reply 23 - Posted by: Rumblehog, 10/22/2017 3:34:57 PM     (No. 11426169)

Three RINOs walk into a bar...

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Reply 24 - Posted by: bighambone, 10/22/2017 6:24:08 PM     (No. 11426289)

Bush, McCain and Obama are adherents to the political status quo, or the DC Uniparty. Their political agendas, especially open borders, have been rejected by the American people and is why President Trump was elected. They still can’t get over that personal and professional defeat that was laid on them.

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