Why Didn’t Trump Go For Rubio’s Cucky Throat?

During the most recent GOP debate (which I didn’t watch but read about afterward), Trump was asked about his beef with Mark Cuckersperg, which turned to the subject of the immigration scam known as H1Bs, a program which is essentially a green light for tech corps to import slave labor to do the jobs, at a fraction of the wage price, that Americans already do.

Trump evaded. Or, worse, according to some he gave a response that was at complete odds with his campaign’s own immigration policy paper (written by Jeff Sessions). It was his one big slip in the debate, but it was near-lethal to a campaign that won over people primarily on the strength of its promise to close the borders.

The original question referred to a tweet that Trump, or a Trump staff Twatter, made about Rubio, calling him “Mark Zuckerberg’s personal senator”, an insult aimed at Rubio’s support of the H1B scam. It was a great zing, because it was true. Yet Trump backed away from his own zinger, when he could have used that point in the debate to go for Rubio’s throat and possibly deliver a mortal wound that could knock Rubio out of the race. I mean, ferkrissakes, nobody likes Mark Cuckersperg, except maybe his waifu.

Trump missed a golden opportunity to stick the shiv in a true cuck, and likely hurt himself with his weak backpedaling.

My question to the CH readers: Why do you think Trump avoided the easy shot?

I have a few guesses:

– Trump doesn’t read his own policy papers, and is only against “open borders” inasmuch as the topic can be used as a stand-in for runaway rapes and violent crimes.
– Trump has a personal affinity for Rubio, and the tweet in question was made without his knowledge.
– Trump isn’t in this race to win it, and this was the start of him taking a dive for the candidate that he prefers, or that friends of his prefer. (This speculation requires believing that Trump only entered the race to knock ¡Jabe! out.)
– Trump wants to tone down his rebel image now that he’s made it through a couple of rounds, to improve his electability later on. (This is a risky strategy so soon in the nomination process.)
– Or, Trump was off his game. (We all have our beta moments.)

Spinning this less cynically, Trump might think he’s got this nomination wrapped up, and he’s already casting an eye to the general election, when he’ll have to deal with a 24/7 hostile leftoid media haranguing him about his “racism” against mexican peasants.

UPDATE

Trump has already clarified his brief immigration backpedal. Very nice. He’s a quick learner. This supports my guess that he was just off his game at the debate. Trump 2016!





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  1. Boosting Rubio a little kills JEB much better.

    Trump can just say he was garbling the response.

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    • I thought Trump actually said the ‘personal senator’ thing at the first debate. Still, Trump 2016!

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      • Trump backing down on the “personal Senator” line was concerning. I worry that if he ends up the nominee he will play too nice with Hillary. They are friends after all. That would hand her the election. I hope I’m wrong.

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      • he will play too nice with Hillary

        The late Lawrence Auster observed that a major factor behind Mitt Romney’s poor performance was his lack of killer instinct, demonstrated by things such as not pouncing when the opponent exposes a weakness.

        Does Trump have the killer instinct?

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    • Trump doesn’t really have strong debate or speaking skills. He’s hoping to get elected based on his TV show popularity, plus the single issue of immigration policy. So I’m not very surprised that he seems unprepared for even softball questions like H1B.

      I get the feeling he doesn’t really care about being prepared for policy questions. He thinks he can sit down as president and just wing it, day to day, making snap decisions from the gut. Call this confidence, or call it arrogance.

      Every other candidate is owned, OWNED, by lobbyists. Someone who can honestly decide what’s best would be a big improvement, even if we wouldn’t always agree with those choices.

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      • on October 30, 2015 at 7:16 am Captain Tautological

        A few thoughts: 1) Folks whom I have talked to LOVED Trump’s debate performance – consider the possibility that he is moving well into the “Comfort Game” zone of the LTR. 2) Some of Trump’s tweets are so consistently obsessively vicious that they feel Eskimo-ish to me, so consider the possibility that one of the Eskimos on his staff, such as Michael Glassner, is sending the tweets. 3) When confronted, Trump backed down on his “Look at her face” criticism of Fiorina, but it WORKED – people realized that they didn’t want to stare at a plastic-surgery-ed albino-salamander-ette of a President for four years. So tying [possibly Sephardic Eskimo?] Rubio with Ashkenazic Eskimo Phuckerberg might be some JYC passive-aggressive tactic of simply getting the accusation out there and PUBLICIZED. 4) Neither Trump nor Carson are getting into details at all – they’re both dealing strictly in psychologicals – and it could be, not just that they know that the American people are sick and tired of wonks, but also that they themselves are disgusted with wonkishness and want nothing to do with it.

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      • on October 30, 2015 at 7:27 am Captain Tautological

        Also, my understanding is that there were signs of physical warmth between Trump and Carson [N0 H0M0] at the debate, which is a huge sea change in their relationship. Early on, Trump was belittling Carson as only having experience in leading NURSES [i.e. herding cats, as opposed to running with a pack of wolves as their Alpha], but the tenor of the relationship seems to have changed now. And my guess is that when Trump learned of the story of 14-yo Ben Carson stabbing a man in a street fight, Trump might have done a 180 in his opinion of Carson [as being a whole lot more than simply a herder of cats], and maybe now Trump is strongly considering Carson as his VP. Trump spending his formative years at New York Military Academy and Carson spending his formative years in knife fights on the streets of Detroit could tie them together emotionally in a very powerful way [AGAIN N0 H0M0] – in that they both spent the 1960s, as teenagers, studying the Fine Art of K!LLING.

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      • on October 30, 2015 at 7:33 am Captain Tautological

        Point being that Trump and Carson might be the only two candidates who lived through the experience of being viscerally sickened by this shiznat:

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      • on October 30, 2015 at 7:35 am Captain Tautological

        And it could be that this is what Trump & Carson think of wonkishness:

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      • Trump is not used to being questioned and having to defend himself.

        He frequently uses bluster to make up for lack of merit.

        I am not a fan of the man, but I would (and everyone else should) vote for the devil before I would vote for an establishment candidate.

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  2. The press seems to be slow in the uptake in what is going on here: the Know Nothings are going for the guy they know nothing about. Last time it was Perry and then (?) Cain. This time it looks like Fiorina (already done with her 15 minutes) and Carson. Whether Trump will join the list remains to be seen. He has had more staying power than I thought he would. But he is not a Confederate in the Neo-Confederate Party, and not a Christian Conservative in the Christian Conservative Party. At least I have already not lost my bet (made when Walker was leading in Iowa) that if it is Walker or Cruz it will be Cruz. Now I am contemplating a bet (against the same unfortunate, who also bet that it would be Perry last time) that if it is Rubio or Cruz it will be Cruz.

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    • I think Cruz scares both republicans and democrats a lot more than TRUMP because he is a very smart ideologue who will burn everything down in accordance with his view and his view only while TRUMP is a clever pragmatist who will still do some deals to get things done. The former is a non starter for everyone, the latter at least they have some hope they can hang on to something.

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      • Cruz is playing it smart. He knows he’s not getting dick in the way of favors from the establishment, so he’s rolling the dice with voters as a renegade candidate, and by not attacking Trump he could end up with a cabinet seat or good favor with a Trump administration.

        Cruz has an elfish face and a bit of an annoying voice which will definitely hurt his electability, but he is definitely a very smart guy and if it somehow ends up Trump vs. Cruz for the nomination it is a huge blow to the GOP establishment cucks and a win for all of us.

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      • I really like Cruz. If he had more charisma, he would be my No. 1. He has solid ideas, and solid conviction, with latter being something very few in Congress (or politics in general) have these days. Also, to my knowledge, he is not surrounded by Eskimos, and has a beautiful family.

        I think that Trump needs to freshen his message a bit. He is beginning to sound like an old record repeating the same things over and over, such as “We don’t win any more….”, “Nabisco is moving to Mexico….”, etc. He needs to solidly learn a new area each time he makes a major speech or debate, and hammer it home with conviction. Still, Trump 2016.

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      • Fuck Ted Crud.

        Israel dick sucker

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    • I hate Cruz ever since he denounced those Middle East Christians who were being persecuted and butchered by Israel supported ISIS. When he made the statement “if you do not stand with Israel, I will not stand with you”. Has that faggot Cruz ever denounced Jews in Israel who made anti-christian statements? We all know the answer to that question.

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    • on October 30, 2015 at 3:08 am Bro Brosterson

      What is the name of this Neo-Confederate party and how can I join it?

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  3. The reason for his reply: simply that it wasn’t written by him, as he said. He could have followed that up by saying “…however, I do agree that…” but you can’t always be at the top of your game.

    Not to worry, Donald Trump hates the H-1B abuse. “This is why I got into this race.” Here he sets the record straight in an interview:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/10/29/exclusive-donald-trump-rights-ship-on-immigration-demands-disney-rehire-workers-replaced-by-cheap-foreign-labor-calls-rubio-silicon-valleys-puppet/

    Interviewer: “The media has been filled with stories about companies flying in low-wage H-1B workers to replace American workers in tech jobs. Adding insult to injury, these American workers have been forced to train their replacements. If you were President, would you put a stop to this practice?”

    Trump: “Day one. This is why I got into this race. Because the everyday working person in this country is getting screwed. Lobbyists write the rules to benefit the rich and powerful. They buy off Senators like Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) to help them get rich at the expense of working Americans by using H-1B visas–so called ‘high tech’ visas–to replace American workers in all sorts of solid middle class jobs. If I am President, I will not issue any H-1B visas to companies that replace American workers and my Department of Justice will pursue action against them.”

    “It’s a disaster. It would allow any company in America to replace any worker with cheaper foreign labor. It legalizes job theft. It gives companies the legal right to pass over Americans, displace Americans, or directly replace Americans for good-paying middle class jobs. More than 80 percent of these H-1Bs are paid less than the average wage. Senator Rubio works for the lobbyists, not for Americans. That is why he is receiving more money from Silicon Valley than any other candidate in this race. He is their puppet.”

    “Yes, Senator Rubio is incapable of telling the truth. He should be disqualified for dishonesty alone.”

    “Rubio is dead wrong. America produces the best and brightest in the world. It’s time to stand up for own students–many of whom are racked with terrible, terrible debt and facing a disastrous job market. We are graduating two times more students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) than find jobs in those fields every year. We have a surplus of talented Americans and we need them to get jobs first.”

    “I am calling TODAY on Disney to hire back every one of the workers they replaced, and I am calling on Rubio to immediately rescind his sponsorship of the I-Squared bill and apologize to every Floridian for endorsing it. I am further calling on Rubio to return the money he has received from Silicon Valley CEOs and to donate the money to a charity helping unemployed Americans whose jobs Rubio has helped to destroy.”

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    • By the way, I sure hope it is Trump against Rubio in the end. Rubio is such an obvious, slick operative on behalf of globalist interests that exposing him is easier than hitting a barn with a shotgun.

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      • And I suspect that there may be a tactical element to it as well, even if it was inadvertent. Let Rubio have his day. He just forced ¡Jeb! to fall on his sword, and called out the media in a way that got standing ovations. Let the Establishment think they have a winner on their hands for a little longer. If he kills Rubio in the same debate in which Kasich and Jeb die, what do the Establishment cucks hang on to, or do they focus all of their effort on taking you out?

        I actually think Trump keeping a slightly lower profile right now, and developing some rapport with the electorate beyond just we’re all mad at career politicians and stuff, is a smart move. There’s always time to bury Rubio later on after the field is winnowed a great deal more.

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    • “I will not issue any H-1B visas to companies that replace American workers and my Department of Justice will pursue action against them”

      The thought of the DOJ going after these bastards (rather than trying to deny the existence of the knockout game) warms my heart.

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    • on October 29, 2015 at 8:31 pm Observasaurus Rex

      I think he’s going too far on the bluster and missing an easy solution. Just as the easy solution to meheecan illegals is to impose huge fines (10yrs of an equivalent american salary) on those who employ them, the easiest way to prevent large scale H1Bs is to put in a law that requires an H1B applicant be paid 110% of the average american wage for such a position.

      Companies desperate for personnel can still use the system, but nobody in their right mind will fire an American to hire a foreigner for more money. I bet even parity with American wages would almost eliminate the H1B’s as at least americans will know English.

      The beauty of this is that leftists can’t help but get behind this system as it promises huge wage increases to those poor downtrodden foreigners, but it also eliminates 999 out of 1000 of the available positions for them, all without any need for legal action and finger wagging. The only ones hurt by this would be the big companies that can actually afford to use the H1B system already, and lefties absolutely LOVE anything that promises to hurt corporations and those evil bad 1%ers.

      Cue the TrumpSmirk as the votes from both sides roll in.

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      • I agree. I don’t get people who say deporting millions doesn’t work. I’d impose a $100k per illegal employed and you’d get 10% of the fine money if you report your employer to the authorities. Even illegals will do that, if they have four more illegal co-workers, they’ll make $50k. And I agree with you about foreign legal labor too. Mandate it by law they’ll make over the average wage in that company for the same position. This way, the more foreigners you hire, the higher your labor costs. Too bad I’m not a policymaker.

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      • A nice observation, and fair points, one and all.

        Obviously, the simple solution of fining employers should have happened long ago, and the problem would have taken care of itself…

        This is the Big Tell that the System, both the Cathedral and the Just-Let-Us-Make-Money Crowd, never really did want a solution…

        Cheap labor for the fat cats/Repubs, votes for the shitlibs/Dems… with BOTH sides thinking they got the better of the bargain. 😡

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    • it probably came from the campaign, but I doubt Trump wrote that, honestly. He does phone and video interviews, he’s not emailing with some schlub at Breitbart, and those are clearly WRITTEN sentences not spoken. Anyways, not a big deal because I’m sure Trump gave the go-ahead, but it just fans the flames of the he doesn’t know his own policies crowd.

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  4. […] Why Didn’t Trump Go For Rubio’s Cucky Throat? […]

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  5. the leftoids running the debate tried hard to have the candidates go at each others throats. instead they called them on it (see Cruz clip) and united against them. i think Trump was holding back in solidarity with others… a beta move.

    [CH: that’s another possibility. and it may turn out to have been a good move if trump is playing the long game. (i.e., he picks off his opposition one by one instead of coming at all of them at once.)]

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    • Good summary of the CNBC moderators’ bias in the debate, and the response to it. Surprising that this is published in the Daily Beast.

      http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/10/29/lamestream-cnbc-moderators-blamed-for-gop-debate-debacle.html

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    • on October 31, 2015 at 3:18 pm Captain Tautological

      > “i.e., he picks off his opposition one by one” ——— First and foremost, he needed [and/or needs] to drive a stake through the heart of he Bush family, once and for all. Those Owl-God-worshipping Bohemian Grove S0d0mites are extraordinarily powerful. Not as powerful as the Eskimos, but up there near the top. Then after he has finished off the Bohemian Grove representative, The Donald can turn his attention to that greasy snivelling little descendant of Sephardic chattel-slave-trading Eskimos in Cuba, Marco Rubio.

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  6. Bush has a lot of Super-PACs still pushing him forward, so letting Rubio edge Jebe! out is a much better strategy for the moment. They are shifting candidates who are challenging Trump like a deck of cards, to see if any can take him down before they elevate Jebe! again back up, because he’s their guy, bought and sold.

    Notice how the GOPEstablishment has been shifting which candidate they support in the moment?
    Last debate, the GOPE had a boner for That Face Fiorina, then it shifted to a I’m Not Rayciss! cucking-preen for Carson, now they’re letting Rubio have his shot at Trump, since Carson couldn’t bury him. As one goes down, they attempt to sacrifice the next elephant.

    The GOPE is desperate to find someone who can chink the Trumpenator T-1000. So far, all have failed.

    [CH: it’s very possible that after this next election the Republican party will no longer exist in its current form, or even as an entity at all.]

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    • [CH: it’s very possible that after this next election the Republican party will no longer exist in its current form, or even as an entity at all.]

      If Trump wins the nomination, that is a very real possibility.

      If Trump wins the presidency he can blow all sorts of shady deals and intelligence-service crimes sky high. He can show how GOP operatives such as Dubya have been connected to this or that. He can cause enormous damage to the establishment. The GOP would be in pain for sure. And new congressional candidates would pop up, “Trump conservatives”.

      I can’t help but thank Ron Paul for this. His campaign launched the Tea Party movement, called so because of the “money bomb” for the Ron Paul campaign on the day of the historical Tea Party. (Something the media wouldn’t acknowledge later.) The Tea Party showed that it is possible to take seats from establishment candidates. Importantly, it showed GOP voters that you can support outsiders without hurting the party so much that the Democrats win, as the GOP establishment had warned. It all paved the way for Donald Trump.

      Together, of course, with the increasing debt, the wave of “immigrant children” across the border in the summer of 2014, the establishment’s failure in the Middle East, the darkening of Western Europe, Greece showing what happens when you borrow and spend like crazy, Obama and the NSA blatantly breaking the 4th Amendment ban on illegal searches, the GOP caving to Obama on the ACA even when controlling both chambers – Drudge gaining a large audience and pushing for Trump, more and more people reading non-mainstream news sites.

      As a wise man said, historical processes move slowly, but accumulated historical processes can lead to swift change.

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      • poor Ron Paul, a nice man who wanted to fight for liberty and now all his smart followers are race realist nationalist Trump fans who laugh at his manlet son.

        I still like Ron Paul, for some of us, getting that libertarian out of you is an important step, better it be with Ron Paul than with one of the jews who invented that crap.

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      • @shartiste as far as I can tell the kid has never been the man his dad was. Probably watched dad wander in the wilderness for 40 years hence his decision to say “fuck it” and hop on the cuck gravy train.

        As for libertarianism, it needs to reclaimed from the open borders loons, or else there needs to be a new term for classical libertarianism combined with race realism.

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      • I bet you it wasn’t strict-constitution libertarianism for most of Ron Paul’s followers, it was a revolt against the party establishment. And they needed a flag to do it under. Much like many Asian rebels simply wanted to fight colonialism, and they gathered under communism because it was an internationally acknowledged label with staying power. Same with many who have fought under the name of religion in Central Asia and the Middle East – you need an established flag so that you are no longer just a local group fighting a specific tyrant, you can be seen as something bigger. That’s what you need to bring in more people. There are other examples of this. Buddhist anti-colonial groups in Asia, for example. Non-religious Serbs suddenly waving the flag of Orthodoxy so as not to feel isolated. But I digress.

        I read the LewRockwell website, because there is good information there. It is labeled as libertarian, but you can see that many of the writers don’t care about the site’s official no-govt stance. They are focused on exposing the Left. Lew steered wrong for a while by only attacking the neocons, calling them “fascists”, only attacking Obama as a “fascist”, everything was “fascism”. Perhaps because of the risk of being attacked by left-wing extremist groups in real life, so Lew couldn’t name socialism as the enemy. But now the site is so strongly anti-immigrant, it won’t even publish the few pro-immigrant voices there used to be there as a way to claim the site wasn’t taking sides.

        So even for a life-long libertarian like Lew Rockwell, libertarianism is the flag, but fighting the Horde is the goal.

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      • “If Trump wins the presidency he can blow all sorts of shady deals and intelligence-service crimes sky high.”
        His helicopter will have an unfortunate accident if that ever happened. Or
        A family member will be killed in a road accident.

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    • CH your optimism is blinding! One can only hope the cucks will vanish

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    • Bro, some advice?: PTR-91 GI parkerized, 20-rd, 18-in. 802 bucks plus $6 shipping plus $25 transfer fee. Best way to get into semi-auto .308 with 20 rds?

      Looks sweeeeeeeet.

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      • Sounds like a good buy. Have you looked at a Saiga 308? I haven’t looked at the market recently but the PTR-91s have a good reputation as G3 clones.

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      • Not that anyone asked me, but the PTR is a fine weapon. I myself have a FAL (a good Springfield one, not a Century Arms piece of crap) but I must admit in some ways, the PTR is the superior weapon even though my FAL cost $1,000 more. Don’t get me wrong, I love my FAL to pieces (it’s the Cadillac of battle rifles) but I still kind of regret not getting the PTR.

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  7. I tend to think he was caught off-guard indeed. And if I had his numbers at this stage, the upcoming year-long, knife-edge death match versus Hillary and the whole Red Army would probably start spinning in the back of my head indeed.

    Rubio is a lightweight. His record in FL doesn’t seem to be brilliant. Knocking him out is not that urgent. I’d rather keep a Jabe or a Rubio around for a little while than precipitate a 1-on-1 vs Cruz.

    [CH: a good case can be made that trump rightly considers cruz his toughest opponent down the line.]

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    • “Rubio is a lightweight. His record in FL doesn’t seem to be brilliant.”

      That reminds me a little too much of how Obama was dismissed. Rubio is even more dangerous than Jeb because he has the slickness and aw-shucks slimy charisma of commander butt-naked, qualities Jeb obviously lacks.

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      • Rubio wants to triple H-1B visas, which STEM spokesmen say would wipe out the American workforce in engineering.

        If it’s Trump versus Rubio in the end, you only need to tell GOP voters that and Rubio is done. That’s a fire a little too close to the middle-class man’s wallet.

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      • Actually it’s no longer just me saying, but Trump himself.

        The Donald doesn’t only read CH, he reads the comments section, too.

        Seriously, Rubio is a lightweight. He’s no Romney. The efforts the establishment will have to make if they get serious about imposing him defy imagination. This is why this primary is interesting. It really does look bad for the PTB.

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    • I don’t know about Trump but I hope he’s done the one thing I’ve wished for:
      knock Jeb out.
      Jeb was so inevitable that we was already preparing his 2016 concession speech to Hillary.
      If Trump takes out Rubio? nice.
      If Trump closes the border, institutes operation even more wetback II, the wetbackkery? Awesome.

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  8. The H-1B program is a goddamn outrage. I know personally because I’m one of the last White people in the curry colony that has sprung up around Microsoft HQ. I was turned into a foreigner in my own country– maybe 20% of the people who live in my city speak English as a first language and half of them are elderly. Of course I feel even worse for the people forced to train these apes as their replacements. Fuck Cruz and Rubio.

    Retard Rubio says they need to advertise for American workers first, even though that’s already the supposed law and the fuckers work around it like this:

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=f54_1330288060

    Save us, Donald Trump.

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    • tell me about it. i used to work for Citrix in S. FL. twice in the last 10 years. once the hindus move into management it’s game f’ing over for white programmers. i saw them bring in idiots for 1/4 my pay by the hundreds. they form clicks, hire only other sand n1gg3rs, and suck eachothers d1ck5 to get promoted, while the few white guys left do a work of tens of hindu m0r0ns.

      i saw it first hand drive my and others wages down. it’s a disgrace and needs to be dealt with ASAP. some idiot managers actually think that people who eat with their hands and don’t quite know how to use a toilet will produce quality code. ha!!!

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      • this is how they work in DC too.

        EVERY OTHER RACE is a bloc. The hindus play the jew game like a mafia.

        Their skills are generally atrocious

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    • From the link:

      “Our goal is clearly not to find a qualified U.S. worker … our objective is to get this person a green card,” Lebowitz tells his audience.

      “Clearly we are not going to find a place where the applicants are most numerous, we’re going to find a place where – again we’re complying with the law – and hoping and likely not to find qualified worker applicants,” Lebowitz says.

      “”If someone looks like they are very qualified, if necessary schedule an interview; go through the whole process to find a legal basis to disqualify them.”

      A ✡Lebowitz ✡lawyer who shouldn’t even be in the country advocating denying Whites jobs. What a surprise. This should be front page news, but the ✡media owners cover for this trash, of course.

      It is a disgrace, what has been done to engineers. The same is done to scientists in Western Europe, by the way, in chemistry, biology, medicine and so forth. Jobs in university labs are given to East Europeans and other immigrants because the government pays a large part of their paycheck, so it is much cheaper for the universities to hire them. And the university board rooms are taken over by leftists, with the media applauding this.

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      • “A ✡Lebowitz ✡lawyer who shouldn’t even be in the country advocating denying Whites jobs. What a surprise.”

        Every.f*cking.time.

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      • Indeed

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      • The reason why your universities get filled with eastern Europeans is because academia is a shit employer. I like research and I’m considering such a career, but it’s a farce given how much talent and work is required to qualify. The wages are shit, the universities use postdocs as technical maintenance in physics labs because they’re cheaper, there are throngs of PhDs per academic position etc. Universities wouldn’t pay more than they do anyway because there’s a glut of PhDs in every discipline. Basically, you make below the average wage for a country as a 30 years old postdoc and excluding migration, this won’t change either way. There are scores of PhDs with multiple published articles with whose CVs universities wipe their asses.

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    • I thought only naggers were apes, lol.

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    • >>> . the curry colony that has sprung up around Microsoft HQ….. the people forced to train these apes as their replacements.

      Absolutely true. However comma, the racket is possible, only because the Microsoft/etc-flavored work is NOT really “high tech”. As Lord Rutherford noted: “Physics is the only real science. The rest are just stamp collecting”

      I really have no harsh feelings towards the CurryBoys. They ain’t stealing anybody’s women. In fact, as a white man, you could make a middle-class income from running PUA-seminars, selling tickets to the CurryBoys. Or rent them bunkbed quarters: that is already routine in the Bay Area. And its safe: Hindus ain’t Dindus.

      But the fact is: these guys are NOT at the bleeding edge of any actual science. Go look at the payroll of the various US National Laboratories; or of the Mathematics Branch of the NSA.. No H1B CurryBoys in ==those== employee-lunchrooms….

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    • on October 31, 2015 at 1:01 pm Concerned Citizen

      “curry colony”… That actually did make me lol

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  9. Well I’m glad this was the subject of a post CH. It was a bad moment… sometimes TRUMP just gets ahead of himself. Like a star child who starts to make things up because they have so often had the ability to make them true in the end anyway. If you have gone to any of his events or listened to his hour long stump speeches, you get a better sense of this than at the debate (which was the most ridiculous one so far – which is really saying something).

    My personal view is that his recent slide in polls on the eve of the debate brought more advisors to his ear and he got an extra dose of “take it easy”, “play nice” and “let them shoot first” as a way to not draw such contrast between he and Cardboard Ben Carson (who continues to prove he has a very limited grasp of nearly every topic). There were several moments when TRUMP was referring to Carson as an ally, or the two of them against the rest. And this carried over into not attacking Rubio when Cruz had set the tempo against the moderators and it was a us vs mods posturing for a while.

    As to the Rubio remark… at least he continued his alpha ways by never backing down even when that cunt circled back after the commercial break with his own website as proof that he said it… George Washington, axe behind back, face smeared with cherry juice nodded and winked back at TRUMP from Valhalla…

    More interestingly perhaps… why Rubio, given the opportunity to address the issue since his name was called and he “knew the rules”, does not jump on TRUMP for this blatant incongruity. I mean Rubio is fairly skilled, he skewered Yeb! – probably tanking Yeb’s run, why not use this golden opportunity to put a large shiv into The Donald?????? Beta pussy?

    Discuss…

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    • on October 29, 2015 at 8:12 pm mendozatorres

      Maybe Rubio knows that going against Trump, that is, attacking him would only sick the Don on him and he’d wallop Rubio like nobody’s business. So, smart move on Rubio’s part so he doesn’t get skewered.

      Him siding with Carson, at least to get the debate knocked down, could serve to aid Trump when Carson bails on his campaign. Not likely, but who the hell knows nowadays. Not that it is outright, mind you. Just Carson doesn’t disparage Trump. Keeps attacking the MSM against Trump, things of that nature.

      This was a great post CH. Good food for thought. I’m loving Trump everyday. I signed up for Twitter just to follow his shit. And, I like knowing deep down inside that if anyone at work knew I was a Trump fan, I’d be excoriated on a daily basis. I really like that. Shit’s on now!

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    • that is not a fight Rubio wants.. he knows he’s outmatched. Beta? Probably, but its SunTzu-ish in measure. Much better than ending up like Jeb or Kasich. Trump can end his campaign in 20 seconds and he’d rather traveling the country shaking hands and telling lies for a few more months.

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      • I agree he does not want to engage in a daily war with TRUMP, but I bet Rubio is ruing his missed opportunity… if he had the balls he could have sent TRUMP sputtering. He won’t have many chances for a shot like that.

        As for Trump when your campaign is all about the frame you can’t afford to have many slip ups. Frame is to TRUMP as ideology is to Cruz. a slip in frame for TRUMP… well the electorate is an HB10 for him, it will register…

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      • More so now that today TRUMP is attacking him anyway… LOL! He is a true beta.

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      • on October 29, 2015 at 9:24 pm mendozatorres

        I gotcha, Sent, as in Rubio takes that opportunity, pulls a Rocky and manages to cut Trump a la Drago. That’s all he’d need to not only get going, but have others chime in, if they could.

        Rubio didn’t go all in.

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      • “Rubio didn’t go all in.”

        YEEEEESSS!!!! [wipes tear]

        “life all comes down to a few moments… this is one of ’em”

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      • on October 30, 2015 at 5:57 pm mendozatorres

        I fucking love Wall Street. And the Mah-sheen!

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    • on October 30, 2015 at 3:20 am Bro Brosterson

      “George Washington, axe behind back, face smeared with cherry juice nodded and winked back at TRUMP from Valhalla”

      That’s a beautiful picture right there

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    • Obama was cardboard too…I called him “pop-up candidate” in 08. He’s Teddy Ruxpin

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  10. on October 29, 2015 at 7:51 pm two pussy catfight

    trump didn’t want to get in the way of the Rubio destroying bush story. give that room to breath don’t do bushes work for him and take out rubio latter or better yet let bush do it. its like the iran iraq war let em’ duke it out you win either way .

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  11. on October 29, 2015 at 7:55 pm gunslingergregi

    what if they actually didnt care if the h1b were cheaper or not
    if they are 80 percent of cost and takes 3 to do one americans job it cant be cheaper

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    • on October 29, 2015 at 7:57 pm gunslingergregi

      what if the crap in movies about how corps are all about the stockholders is just not true
      what if capitalism in the big time is not about profit but insuring that there is diversity which is more important than profit

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    • It’s the tax credits… costs can be passed on to consumers (thanks!) and profits sheltered by tax credits…

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      • on October 29, 2015 at 8:12 pm gunslingergregi

        so yea even if not more profitable to pay the diversity less the gov will subsidize the diversity

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      • on October 29, 2015 at 8:16 pm gunslingergregi

        autoshop dude i was talking to said getting a lot of pressure about why they have almost all white male managers
        they also most profitable region in country
        so the pressure from higher is to actually make less profit he he he
        kind of facinating
        we need to change this nowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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      • Stay safe on yor journey, dude . I told you I was prayin’ for ya, still am.
        The best to you.

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      • Gunslingergregi was in eye-rack; he didn’t try to duck it like “some people” we know.

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  12. on October 29, 2015 at 8:00 pm gunslingergregi

    course pretty easy to see the politicians making money off being politicians so why arent they all in jail for corruption

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    • on October 29, 2015 at 8:03 pm gunslingergregi

      got the ones from detroit going to jail like it is a bad thing taking money but what politician isen’t taking loot to get things for people done is the maybe question so why aren’t the laws being enforced
      its always the laws on the books allready there not being enforced that would allready force change in the first place and keep the same people from being in charge all the dam time

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  13. my theory: he’s saving the moneyshot.

    Its not bomb, bomb, bomb. Its a long campaign. Of course H1B cucking will take Rubio down eventually, but the timing wasn’t that good. Rubio had some good crowd karma and has played very nice with the Donald out of fear of getting the killshot.

    Also: Trump didn’t let the moderator set the frame. You don’t tell Trump who to attack and when to attack them. There was an anti-moderator feel, Trump sensed it, and his one-liner “you people write these stories” got a very effective laugh from the crowd. it was a good move.

    Anyways: Saving the fucking Killshot. Trump will hammer Rubio on being an open borders spic with a hair transplant eventually and send him down 10 points overnight. Patience.

    Notice how he murdered Kasich on live TV. Kasich hadn’t previously attacked him, and Trump launched a very well researched but succinct killing of him. It made you sense Trump has these killshots ready-in-wait for all the candidates as soon as they attack him. Gov. Kasich: Wasted. Other candidates: Shitting themselves.

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    • on October 29, 2015 at 8:13 pm mendozatorres

      Fuck yeah!

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    • But if he would have whacked that sod Kasich then and there would not served Trump one bit. He’s the alpha that wants choke his victims and kill the cubs.
      { I’d include some rapage here, but I won’t do so.}

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    • It is sad that Trump pointing out that Rubio is a shill is needed to knock him out of the race.

      I mean, shouldn’t the voters already know that? Is it necessary for Trump to point this out to them?

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      • Most Whites still haven’t woken up to the fact that there’s a war going on against them… waged by the very folks who they throw money at daily.

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    • You’ve got it right.

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  14. Oh good, the Breitbart article is linked here. Back to the point about framing:

    Reince CuckPriebus: ‘disappointed’ by his enemies (CNBC)

    vs.

    DT: “I am calling TODAY on Disney to hire back every one of the workers they replaced, and I am calling on Rubio to immediately rescind his sponsorship of the I-Squared bill and apologize to every Floridian for endorsing it. I am further calling on Rubio to return the money he has received from Silicon Valley CEOs and to donate the money to a charity helping unemployed Americans whose jobs Rubio has helped to destroy.”

    That’s the way ya do it

    20Trump16!

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  15. I think Rubio was coached well for the debate and when he walked on stage made it a point to shake Trump’s hand. Little thing, but to me I saw it as a kiss up and that may have thrown Trump off a bit. He did say his weakness is trusting people a little too much. He also said he never forgets either. He always gets back on his game.

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    • All the he bitches wants to be buds with the the head of the class. Donald is only shaking hands with the Cubona because it doesn’t hurt to do so.

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  16. That Breitbart interview seems pretty unambiguous. Better to have not needed it, but it’s good to see that he apparently got the message and promptly returned to the straight and narrow.

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  17. Simple. There’s more to being a man than fucking. Trump has got his penthouse babes…and that’s where it ends for him.

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  18. Also, his daughter is Jewish so it’s not like he was ever to be trusted. 2000 years of history isn’t going away if you choose not to know about it. Trump is in the race to ensure Hillary’s win.

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    • Nope, his daughter converted to Judaism to marry a guy from the Tribe. If it needs to be noted, Trump is not his daughter. If you ever have children you will learn that a father doesn’t control his adult children. Especially not if they grow up in a place like New York. Besides, you don’t know just what kind of guy her husband is – there are some good or at least neutral tribesters too.

      “Trump is in the race to ensure Hillary’s win.” Hilarious. If that was the case he would only need to stay OUT of the race. Hillary has a much better chance of winning against any of the other GOP candidates, since they don’t present a real alternative, so it would be Romney all over again.

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      • on October 29, 2015 at 11:01 pm Observasaurus Rex

        And it’s not like converting to Judeism really is a sacrifice for her, or even has much of an effect on a woman. She basically worships the same god with some minor differences, gets slightly different holidays, and might stop eating cheeseburgers. Now a guy who converts and gets a good hunk of his dick chopped off for some girl, THAT is a definite sign that something is wrong with him.

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    • Jew is a race. “Converting” to judaism for the purpose of marriage doesn’t mean much, except if you breed then your children are half-jews.
      Besides, you can’t assume that His Trumpness is 100% red pill. I wouldn’t have minded my family intermarrying with the Tribe before I started hanging around here.

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    • She is married to a Yahootie , does not make her a jewess .Hm, you are one pitiful damn troll.

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  19. It also shows that Trump has no Emotional Connection to the Immigration issue and how it affects Americans….If someone asked me a question on H1B they would get an earful!

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    • Trump has been publicly against immigration since 1999. Really, if you’re anti-border invasion and not rooting for Trump you are, quite simply, a moron.

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      • No, I know what the score is and Trump has always sided with the Jews and made it clear that he will continue to do so. You guys are fools for trusting him.

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      • All the candidates are for the Jews… in both parties. You make no sense.

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      • “No, I know what the score is and Trump has always sided with the Jews and made it clear that he will continue to do so. You guys are fools for trusting him.”

        He has done business with Jews and hired Jews. Now he is against immigration, which is the number one issue for Big Jewry. He also opposes much of the neocon agenda in the Middle East, which is the second issue for Big Jewry. Which is why the media Jews hate him and have attacked him for 130 days now.

        And since you can’t address that, you’ll just keep repeating that he has had Jewish contacts.

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      • Ha, because the other candidates are a refreshing change from the history of eskimos and whinorities attacking whites and their culture?

        You can take that cuck-porn bullshit our of here right now, I’d rather take a chance on Trump being real than go with a cuck determined to sink white culture..

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  20. Also, if anyone out there is scared that the establishment is too powerful and will eventually take Trump down just remember that they thought it was a good idea to give Jeb Bush over 100 million dollars.

    They don’t know what the fuck they’re doing.

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    • They know EXACTLY what they are doing and Hillary will be president.

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      • LOL. She failed already against a nobody… did you miss that?

        She has nothing except Bill, and that is waning.

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      • It is a real possibility that Hillary will win. It is also very possible that she won’t. No one can claim to know for sure at this point.

        Yes, she has liberal Whites and she has non-Whites. But as Steve Sailer has shown, merely a few more percentage points of Whites deciding to vote GOP on election day would mean the GOP candidate wins in a landslide. This is called the Steve Sailer Strategy. Mitt Romney would have won handily had he been able to make just a few more percent of Whites leave home and go to the voting station. Remember how many just didn’t vote.

        I have always said that the recipe for defeating the establishment is to be a coalition candidate for Whites: against immigration, but moderate on everything else except crime. Immigration is what really matters anyway, everything else can be solved later.

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      • Exactly Arb… If Romney wasn’t a Mormon he would have been president.

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      • on October 30, 2015 at 8:27 am Les Saunders, Protestant

        Arbiter:
        Well put.
        Trump’s platform will build a formidable white coalition of voters not seen in ages. Tough on crime and immigration, no need to go all Ayn Rand on “small government” and free trade and tax cuts.

        Every other issue is reversible and repairable. Immigration is not*, it is irreversible.

        *Unless we deport the millions of children of foreigners who are born on US soil, which would require no less than AH in the White House.

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      • Thick as a brick you are, sonny Hm, do you really want sit at the table with the grown ups, or what ?

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  21. Pick the simplest solution—Trump wasn’t able to answer the question because he didn’t understand the question. Beta is trying to Rationalize other People’s Behavior.

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    • Oh, so that’s what beta is. Let’s throw out everything else that has been said about what a beta is in the manosphere, then.

      It is typical of amateurs to talk about alpha and beta – sorry, Alpha and Beta – with contrived definitions, because they can’t argue for their case. It is Appeal to Authority once again.

      [CH: hm is just a simpleminded troll. ignore it.]

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  22. Trump is running to keep Sessions writing papers and not running as President.

    Don’t you guys see?

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    • Sessions is a great man and I would vote for him, but most of America would not. He is too decent and honest and the media would crucify him.

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  23. There are lots of things wrong with H1B-visas. However, they are vastly preferable to mass and essentially uncontrolled immigration. The H1B-ers pay their own way and are rarely violent.

    [CH: who cares if they’re preferable. both need to go. the US isn’t a tributary of the ganges.]

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    • H1B-ers depress the STEM (and other) wages of American workers and take jobs from American workers. Offshoring does it too, of course.

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    • One problem with deH1Bing the country is that the IT Offshoring will increase. But they will be the crappy IT jobs, the helpdesk shit, middle of the night production support, garbage like that. I know, we’re already doing that to a large extent but it will get worse.

      The fun part of that will be watching these accountant-type CEOs with both eyes glued to the bottom line outsource as much as possible. There are reasons that the US is still the software powerhouse of the world, and one of them is the fact that white men are the best developers. Indians stink – literally and figuratively. Those CEOs will find out just exactly *why* that outsourced IT is so cheap, especially as companies become more and more dependent upon their tech.

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      • >>> white men are the best developers

        Beyond doubt, that is true.

        Sad to say, actual creative development is to the software industry, as Creativity is to catching bank robbers….. Success mostly derives from dogged determination. Trench warfare. A war of attrition against bugs. Lots of record-keeping

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  24. i think it’d have been incongruous to go for the throat on a night when the big story was the candidates linking arms against a common enemy, the media

    i think he just read the room, and made a misstep trying to avoid being at odds with the crowd’s mood

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  25. This isn’t really related to Trump’s remark about Rubio, but I almost clapped when I watched a video clip of Cruz’s attack on the moderators’ questions, and I don’t have any particular fondness for him. Rather than take the bait (and fail the shit test), he threw it right back at the moderator and brought the discussion into his own frame, offering a flash of alpha that would otherwise serve him well if he were like that the whole time.

    One wonders if he was inspired by Trump’s mockery of Megyn Kelly’s questioning and realized he too could bring the conversation into his own frame.

    This an area where Trump might have also impacted the presidential race. In 2012, the candidates entertained the stupidest questions. Now, they might actually call it stupid and mock the moderator for asking it (to the applause of the crowd).

    In other words, moderators don’t always necessarily establish the frame anymore; now the candidates can establish the frame if they’re willing, irrespective of the question asked. The same way a man should with a woman.

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  26. Rubio is an extraordinarily skillful debater, and one must tread extremely carefully before attacking him directly. I can’t even imagine someone delivering a mortal wound to Rubio face-to-face.

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  27. Damn, you’re thick in the head, aintcha ?

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  28. Best halloween costume idea:

    Put on a black beard and a turban, and some bomb-like electronics around your middle under a vest or zip-up hoody, then show people and tell them you invented a clock

    [CH: haha. nice. it’d be really funny if you wrote the word “CLOCK” on a bundle of dynamite.]

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  29. You left out another possibility: he just isn’t that smart.

    Look, there’s strong perceptual bias at work in our support. We attribute this and that to him, but the fact which we all know is that he isn’t that smart.

    Don’t just feed me script and say “well he makes million-dollar deals so he must be smart derp derp”.

    We all know he doesn’t know shit about geopolitics or anything at all beyond those deals.

    And we all know his one strength against the other runners is repeating the same cliches about American weakness ad nauseam. That’s great, it gets the other end of the bell curve with white skin going, us too, but it doesn’t make for nuance, which at critical moments like that is what is required.

    He didn’t “evade”. Rather, he doesn’t have the political acumen to make distinctions.

    Is it fatal? I dunno. We notice it, but do the WrongWhites who pick up on the same anti-foreigner cues as we do?

    Not only does he not read his own policy papers, the pronound “his” is overstatement. So let’s be honest here: we are guilty of wishful thinking for a good cause.

    [CH: i disagree that trump isn’t smart. in fact i’d bet his iq is higher than butt naked’s.]

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    • He’s just not polished in the way politicians are when it comes to this bullshit dog and pony show.
      Also, he doesn’t care…in a CEO kind of way. He’s like “I got Jeff Sessions on this, so whatever” Or “I’ll get the best generals…so why are you asking me about using a flanking maneuver, it’s not my decision”

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    • You don’t make big money being a dumb ass Trump is not a dumb ass. As far as your krauten think, fuck off.

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  30. I believe that Trump didn’t understand the H1-B issue. He was caught off guard.

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    • I think he understands the issue, but the question baffled him because he didn’t know wtf she was talking about.

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  31. […] Amasius at CH provided a must-see link to proof that not only is the USSR gubbermint putting you out of a job, […]

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  32. @Heartiste did you hear about Owen Labrie? http://www.bbc.com/news/34673742

    Labrie, 20, was sentenced today to 1 year in prison for various “sex with a minor” type offences, which occurred when he was 18 and the girl was 15. Pending appeal, Labrie has been registered as a sex offender for life.

    Hivemind opinion is that he’s a monster. Surprise! Much of the uproar centers around the fakebook messages Labrie sent his victim. Apparently he had an infamous “method” and was knicknamed Sleazy Labreeze. He had banged a bunch of girls at the school – obviously the guy had a bit of game. Very little has been said about the fact that at this exclusive NH prep school, students are apparently fucking like rabbits – all the attention is on this guy “luring” (can you say Art of Seduction?) the girls with messages “so lewd they cannot be repeated on television.” The kicker: Labrie was headed to Harvard. Not anymore.

    So there’s two lessons here:

    1) if you’re a young bro, don’t pump and dump minors. Know the age of consent in your state. You will never see sympathy from the gynocentric establishment. Focus on your schooling and get out of there cleanly.

    2) women loathe rehearsed game. In the digital age, you can’t be busted running a script – chicks compare Tinder matches, Facebook messages etc. So get creative. Keep it natural, tailored and varied.

    I feel sorry for this Labrie kid, but ffs you have to realize the weight of the establishment is against you. Learn to work with it and stay out of trouble.

    [CH: this is a great example of the limits of inherently arbitrary age of consent laws. if labrie had banged this girl a year earlier (when he was 17) there would be no case against him. rabid AOC fans might want to explain how the passing of one year changes everything so much that labrie now goes to jail and has a permanent stain on his record.]

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    • This is why I am a misanthrope and really yearn for an asteroid destroying all life on earth sometimes. Can’t really fail at hitting someone who has it coming.

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    • Why I’m glad the age of consent in my country is 15. Maybe America should be more like Sweden in this way too.

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  33. Watched a trump speech from Iowa this morning. I don’t really think he’s any different from the other political figurehead puppet masters, but The man is a master of seduction.

    He worked the crowd, hard. Called young men handsome and young women lovely. Reframed his lack of knowledge on specific issues as “not playing all his cards” and “hitting the enemy where they least expect it”. Used powerful, simple language.

    The dude is a public speaking genius. He had me fascinated. Even the sound of his voice was soothing. Yes, Donald, make me a real and take me to the promised land.

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  34. “– Or, Trump was off his game. (We all have our beta moments.)”

    It happens to the best. Nobody bats 1000%. Its also easy to calculate a host of analytical rationalizations within ourselves to try and determine the root cause of a beta slip up; only to come to the honest conclusion that it was simply just that. Just off our game a little.

    You seemed worried in the tone of your post, CH. I was as well. Whites need Trump to win. This election is worth the energy as long as Trump is a true possibility. As of now he still is.

    Trump 2016

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  35. Trump failed because the H1B1 abuse is a little less obvious to Americans than illegal immigration. But now he’s awakened to the fact.

    Trump, get those yellow and white american programmers to start donating to you!

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  36. He got the words out without having to say them. Trump used the libtarded panel to make his attacks for him.

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  37. on October 30, 2015 at 6:40 am Beautiful Truths Ignored

    Trump’s business success is based on making the correct decisions on the big issues, and then delegating the implementation to well chosen subordinates.

    In modern politics, that is not enough. The boss needs to master the important details, and he needs to be able to eloquently defend the plan. Until yesterday, had he even read his own plan?

    I admit, he’s put his peculiar talents to good use so far in this campaign. He correctly determined that immigration was the most important issue of our time, and he recruited Jeff Sessions to craft a detailed plan. These two wise decisions advanced him from 9th place in the polls to a commanding double-digit front-runner position. Ever aside from immigration, he has shown an uncanny ability to identify the most important issues and make the correct decisions: campaign finance, political correctness, relations with Russia, trade, taxes – (although he’s struggled on taxes, there being no equivalent to Jeff Sessions and Numbers USA ready to craft the details of the populist tax system he instinctively favors. When Norquist, Kudlow and the Wall Street Journal praise your attempt at populism, you know you’ve failed)

    He needs to understand, everything he’s done in life up till now is child’s play compared to the task before him. Amnesty and increased legal immigration could destroy America. A war with Syria/Iran/Russia and a continuation of the “refugee” invasion of Western Europe could destroy European Christian civilization. President Clinton/Rubio would be a catastrophe.

    If Trump rises to the occasion, however, he could be the greatest American president. Indeed, he could be one of the greatest leaders in the history of European civilization, on par with Themistocles and Urban II. Or he could be a cartoonish footnote in the history of a vanished civilization.

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  38. Why all the fuss about this theater? Trump is just another show clown in a rigged game – an illusion of choice. Didn’t the late great George Carlin sum it up perfectly? “Its a big club and you ain’t in it!!”

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    • As I stated before, better to take a chance that Trump is real than to guarantee more cucking by the typical cowards fielded.

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      • Point taken. A leaderless revolution is more in store for the growing crowd that I run with. I have alienated myself from the Matrix and observe from a distance.

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  39. Question for you fellas from the UK: if Trump doesn’t get the nomination, which other Republican candidate would you want as the least-worst option?

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    • If Trump doesn’t get it, no vote will matter whatsoever as the rest of the field are all cuckservatives or cucks in training.

      If Trump gets torpedoed through the various means of eskimo control, then those who would choose white civilization will have to assess another course of action to save themselves from the forces of genocide arrayed against them.

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    • Probably Ted Cruz. That’s who the Gun Owners of America (of which I am a life member) is endorsing.

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    • Ted Cruz is the only other candidate I’d really be excited to vote for, and he’s a distant second to Trump.

      If Bush or Kasich get the nomination, I will definitely write in Trump. But that’s not anything to worry about since they are pussies with no chance.

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    • Immigration is my single issue this year. So it’s either Trump or….it kind of drops off since every other Republican has some sort of “we’re a nation of immigrants” policy. But I think Cruz would be second since he has finally clarified his position to oppose amnesty, even though his legal immigration ideas still suck. Still, we have to put a final no on amnesty for illegals, or we’ll keep attracting them like…Syrian migrants.

      The only way to stop that nonsense is to not let any of them stay and let that message get out.

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    • on October 30, 2015 at 7:33 pm Beautiful Truths Ignored

      Rick Santorum is good on immigration, and Rand Paul is good on foreign policy, but Trump is the only candidate since Buchanan who is good on both of these all important issues.

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  40. Assuming the sale is a powerful frame to have. I’ve inculcated the mindset that in all male/female interactions… the girl is into me. It avoids surprise and trying to figure out how to “make” someone like you… you just assume “of course she is into me” until proven otherwise, if you are wrong you can always change your approach then… you are no further behind than when you started (0+0=0). However if you are right you accelerate the interaction markedly.

    I go get coffee in a different shop today, not my usual. It’s empty when I am there. Really cute young hipster girl behind the counter, 7/8 rockin body 5’4″ with solid B cubs and maybe 100 lbs, in tight black pants and a loose camisole top. Stupid glasses/jewelry and hipster short haircut bringing her face down to 6 range. Shoulder tat. These girls are a dime a dozen in these neighborhoods…

    I order. She is pleasant but not overly so. she asks if I need room for cream or soy milk. I tease her a bit “why only room for those, like what about almond milk” she is like uh what? and then says oh I get it. I say “well you are slow on the draw today” with a little laser eye. she laughs a little and I get my coffee and croissant and decide to eat in. Place is empty still. I go take a seat by the door 25 feet away. She gave my coffee in a to go cup, so she calls out “oh if I knew you were going to stay I would have put it in a nice mug” so I tease her about lack of customer service in this place.

    some people start to come in and out. I have my breakfast and walk back up to the counter to throw out the cup. she asks me if I want a refill, i say “depends, is it free?” with some more laser eye and she says “oh yeah” then gets it and comes back and says “well refills are always free” but she is leaning forward on the counter now towards me. hands on the counter in front of her and showing off her cleavage. I give her some more laser eye and say “well it would have been nicer if it wasn’t free” and she laughs and returns my gaze. I say “you’re just playing with my emotions now”… some giggling from her. she is still leaning forward on the counter, cocking her head to the side.

    I ask her what she is up to this weekend. She says she is going out to a bar with a friend at 5 tonight. I ask her “yeah where you going?” Now mutual laser eye is forming and a bit of vibe. She tells me the place and I ask about it, if its good. yeah ahum yeah… she says it’s a girl she is going with. She says she isn’t doing anything tomorrow will stay home and “they will order in some food”. I ask her who “they” are and she says her parents she is living at home between places. Some people come in and get in line behind me. I say “cool, cool… I may be around later… write down your number and I will hit you up when I am out”. She giggles and writes it down, hands it to me… People behind us shuffle forward… I walk on out…

    No thinking about attraction, about steps, about what-ifs… just assuming it at first… then following all her body language signals… with a good frame… If I didn’t assume any attraction, I would have had coffee… maybe gotten a refill “she is just doing her job man.. she is in sales, she has to be nice” etc etc. and left empty handed. There is no reason to not ABC…

    Get ready gents – it’s a big big party weekend coming. Go and get yours…

    Have fun!

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    • Assuming the sale is a powerful frame to have.

      Yes.

      A good line that assumes the sale while giving the chick an avenue for rejection that saves (your) face is “so, are you spoken for, or do you want to give me your phone number/meet for coffee/etc.” If she’s not into you, she can just say she has a boyfriend.

      (Saving face is important when you game chicks that you see on a regular basis, like, say, pharmacy workers at the pharmacy where you pick up your prescriptions.)

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  41. I watch all the GOP debates because they are hilarious good entertainment.

    Trump’s misstep shocked me at first. Perhaps he was stuck in anti-media mode and just contradicted their statement without thinking. Either that, or he didn’t want to fall for the attempt to draw Republican candidates into a fight with each other on stage.

    But that Breitbart interview was delightfully brutal. He needs to stick with that message. It will win him the Presidency.

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  42. on October 30, 2015 at 9:46 am having a bad day

    @Sentient

    it really is fun, eh?…lol…props on putting in the work/approaching…

    “you just assume “of course she is into me” until proven otherwise,”

    and what’s even MORE better is that even if it starts out with her NOT being into you (for whatever reason), keeping that frame will translate into your subcomms/body language that will MAKE her into you…lol…it’s not a choice for the girl, it’s basic hindbrain/hamster ‘science’…lol…

    ” she says it’s a girl she is going with.”

    “She says she isn’t doing anything tomorrow will stay home and “they will order in some food”.”

    did you catch those subcomms in real time? talk about an open invite…lol…

    i know she’s off limits bc she’s in your town, but did you even think about an instadate on her break?…or a threesome with her friend?…lol…

    good luck!

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    • ” she says it’s a girl she is going with.”

      “She says she isn’t doing anything tomorrow will stay home and “they will order in some food”.”

      did you catch those subcomms in real time? talk about an open invite…lol…

      Yeah it’s this kind of stuff all the time now… it’s unreal. Trouble is I am thinking of breaking my rule… need to stay strong and travel more LOL.

      Was out with the wife yesterday… had two solid approach invites, one right in front of her at a store… How do you manage HABD???

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      • on November 3, 2015 at 7:20 am having a bad day

        “How do you manage HABD???”

        if the wife has been good (usually been true since i choked red pill down ALL the way…), i’ll just pass (after acknowledging the come-on with a smirk…lol…part of abundance mentality is that it really is EVERYWHERE…lol)… ‘rewarding’ her is part of operant conditioning…but if the wife needs some dread… i’ll open and flirt…”i was jus’ flirtin, yo” [smirk]…lol…

        it’s likely that your wife saw those AIs…mine does (especially from those cute college girls…although she likes to pretend she does n’t…lol)…did she get possessive right after that?…lol…

        props on putting in the work/effort…it’s not easy (especially taking action in the face of the FI…), but the rewards really are like a super power…

        good luck!

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  43. Trump concerns me. I’m not entirely convinced he’s able to stay consistent on the single most important issue of all time.

    That was a GOLDEN opportunity to rip that little puppet apart and he cucked himself.

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  44. I think Trump was in “Deny Til You Die” mode just bc he didn’t want the network twerpette to get a dig at him.

    Alpha!

    We have your tweets right here.
    “Wasn’t Me”
    We got you on video…
    “Wasn’t Me”
    Here’s your own signed affidavit
    “Wasn’t Me”
    won’t you please admit it?
    “Wasn’t Me”

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    • hahaha. You might be right. It was instinct of some kind, not a lie or a disavowal of his position.

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    • There was a funny vignette in the movie Guide For The Married Man, wherein a character played by Joey Bishop was caught in flagrante delicto by his wife. As she’s ranting on and on, he just keeps saying “What?” and “Who?” and “Where?” to her accusations, as he and his mistress get out of bed, get dressed, said mistress leaves, and he takes his paper and goes and sits down in his recliner.

      The wife is now standing there dumbstruck and not even sure anymore that she saw what she saw, and meekly asks him “What would you like for dinner?”

      This vignette was in response to Walter Matthau asking his buddy-cum-infidelity/coach “What if she catches you red-handed? What if (this)? What if (that)”

      The latter, Robert Morse merely keeps repeating “Deny!”

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  45. He probably had it in his head up front that he was going to be more laid back this time. To be unpredictable and/or to switch gears and be more “presidential”.

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  46. Don’t be a cuck chump vote for Trump!

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  47. I like Trump and all but he is dropping out no later than Christmas. I hope I am wrong.

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  48. I suspect Trump did not attack because Rubio is not a threat.

    Think about a head of a street gang where anyone can challenge the leader to a fight for leadership.the leader isn’t going to hinder a gang member who poses no threat, even though theoretically anyone can challenge him. Instead, his focus is to attack the one who threatens him most.

    Want to find out who Trump feels is his challenger? Figure out whom he did attack.

    Of course, he did also make an early attack to the guy on the end, just to establish his alpha state.

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  49. Trump just issued his VA plan. Buried in the list is more OB/GYN for female veterans. Make of that whatever you want. It didn’t encourage me.

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  50. RE: Ben Carson

    He TRIED to stab a schoolmate, and instead hit the other boy’s belt buckle. I wouldn’t call that qualifying for anything but martial incompetence. At that age, we PLAYED with serrated plastic knives and cut one another in mock contests FOR FUN. But hey, I guess that makes me soft.

    Isn’t such rash (“I had anger issues”) behavior exactly what we’ve observed in the African population of this country for centuries? Why does Captain Scatalogical think this qualifies him with Trump?

    Gentlemen, why, oh why, would you elect another African to President?

    Uncle Reemus will soon be revealed for the fiction he is.

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  51. Another possibility: like all other candidates, Trump uses staffers to write his policy. He knows the importance of the sales pitch. But he doesn’t familiarise himself with the details, because he has no intention of implementing this policy when in office (or he knows that the plans will never get through Congress, which amounts to the same thing).

    The breathtaking candour of his immigration paper, and its resonance with majority views, reminds me of Greece’s Syriza Party. Syriza got elected on a platform of refusing the EU/ECB/IMF (i.e. German) deal – and then accepted the deal, on worse terms than had previously been offered. As a result, Greece is screwed for at least a generation.

    Don’t get me wrong – I love Trump’s pitch, and I hope he wins and does what he says he will. But until he does the second bit, he is just a billionaire celebrity with a huge ego who has realised that he can buy the Presidency.

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  52. Who wants to carpool to Trump’s book signing tomorrow

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  53. Begging for votes = beta. Especially if you’re worth $8 bil. There’s no need. If he wants to make noise Trump should hammer away at how “safe” Bush kept us on 9/10/01 (per Jeb’s claim).

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