Sabres do hometown fans a solid
March 12, 2017, 12:34 PM ET [64 Comments]
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Individually there's a lot of pride in Buffalo Sabres players. Some are simply hockey players motivated 100% of the time, others fall into the trappings of riding emotional waves while still others need someone or something to shake themselves out of the cocoon that they've built around them. During the course of a game it all can contribute to a full performance when they're aligned positively or they it can amount to an absolutely dismal performance 180 degrees to the negative.
Inconsistency represents all the points in between.
For the Sabres inconsistency was the key word in defining this team up until the Chicago game just before their bye week. Beginning with the 5-2 loss to the Blackhawks late last month and coming off of Friday night's 4-3 loss in Columbus, the needle ended up fluctuating on the negative side from meh to disastrous, hence Buffalo's 1-6-2 record prior to their game last night vs. the Blue Jackets.
And as we've seen all season, said inconsistencies are not only game-to-game, but quite often are found period to period and even shift to shift with this edition of the Buffalo Sabres. Countless times throughout the season, players and coaches lamented after a loss that the team needs to play a 60-minute game, not 40 or 20 or whatever number they decide constitutes a game for them.
Last night it looked as if that needle was going as far to the negative side as possible for the second time in three games. On Tuesday, with their playoff hopes vanquished for all intents and purposes, the Sabres laid their biggest egg of the season in front of their fans as they dropped a 6-3 game vs. the Philadelphia Flyers. There have been bad performances by this club all season but to allow six even-strength goals to a Philly team that's worse than them at scoring 5v5 was a bottom the Sabres had yet to hit all year.
When Columbus upped their lead to 3-0 late in the first period last night, it looked as if the Sabres were going to reach a new low. Yet they somehow managed a comeback the likes of which we haven't seen since December, 2009 when Buffalo overcame a three-goal deficit to win in regulation vs. the Pittsburgh Penguins who, ironically enough, were coached by present Sabres bench boss Dan Bylsma at the time.
Drew Stafford (2 goals, the first on a penalty shot) Paul Gaustad and Jason Pominville (on the powerplay) scored for Buffalo that night and Patrick Lalime (wearing #40) relieved Ryan Miller 1:28 into the second period and stopped all 27 shots he faced on the way to a 4-3 Buffalo victory in front of the home crowd who left the arena ecstatic.
Last night it was another #40 coming into the game in relief as starter Robin Lehner took over for Anders Nilsson to begin the second period. Lehner stopped all 24 shots he faced, including some fine stops to keep it 3-2 and one incredible stop on Cam Atkinson with just over 30 seconds left in the third and Buffalo up 4-3.
For the second night in a row special teams was the difference. On Friday in Columbus the Jackets went 2/3 on the power play in their win. Last night they went 0/3. For their part the Sabres went 0/1 at Columbus in the loss then went 2/5 in last night's win.
The positives kept coming in the second period as much maligned (deservedly so) Nicolas Deslauriers provided the spark that the Sabres needed as he set up defenseman Jake McCabe for the Sabres first goal just 18 seconds into the second period. "D-lo," who's the lowest forward on the totem pole, snagged a point for the second straight night which happen to be his first two points of the season. He was placed on the top line by Bylsma to give the team a spark but when no willing pugilist was to be found on the ice, he got on the forecheck and fed a pass right into a pinching McCabe's wheelhouse.
McCabe's goal was his third of the season and the third by a Buffalo defenseman in the last two games and he almost had another as he rifled one off the post less than three minutes later. Also on the positive side, there was a Matt Moulson sighting. He lit the lamp for the first time in 11 games as he scored his team-leading 10th powerplay goal. Sam "The Quiet One" Reinhart bookended McCabe's early second period goal with one of his own and only :03 seconds left on the clock in the second period.
From there it was some solid goaltending at both ends of the ice until Jack Eichel, with Buffalo on the powerplay, took advantage of a broken Columbus stick and sent a cross-ice rocket to Evander Kane who promptly buried the feed into a gaping net for the lead. Eichel would add the empty-netter with a few seconds left, after a nifty pass to himself in his own zone, for the 5-3 final score.
This edition of the Sabres has seen it's fair share of difficulties this season and they could've easily packed it in last night. Methinks the Blue Jackets, who had such an easy time through the first 20 minutes, were expecting that as well, but in a league where parity is the norm and almost any team can come back against a complacent opposition, the best teams step on the throat of a downed opposition and Columbus just couldn't do that last night.
For today, we'll refrain from the obvious short-comings of the Sabres and allow for a little sunshine as the Sabres are set to embark on a three-game West Coast swing beginning Tuesday against the San Jose' Sharks. They'll travel to Los Angeles to take on the Kings Thursday before heading down I-5 to meet the Anaheim Ducks for yet another back-to-back on Friday.
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BUF 4 NYR 1 - Wed Jan 04, 2017 9:46 pm
"And bad mistakes ‒I've made a few," so sang Queen in We Are the Champions. Last night at MSG, we all wish there were only a few bad mistakes. Instead, turnover after turnover was coupled with mental and physical mistakes, the end result of which was a 4-1 loss to the 28th place Buffalo Sabres.
From reading the quotes after the game, you get a good sense that everyone to a man realizes just how bad they were yesterday. However, it's great that each player and the coach recognized it. But why in god's name did the mistakes happen initially and then continue to happen if you recognize while the game is going on that they are occurring?
“I don't want to take anything away from the opposition but there's no doubt we didn't do a good enough job in preparing our team for tonight's game. I've mentioned it many times there are no easy games in this league. We weren't ready when the game started."
"Our execution was nonexistent,” coach Alain Vigneault said. “We didn’t have a [defenseman] that could make a pass and our compete level was not good enough. I haven’t said this very often about this group since I’ve been here, but this was a very bad game where we got outworked badly and we’re going to need to respond here.”
“It was an awful game from us. Just an awful game,” Derek Stepan told The Post. “We’d better digest this, learn from it and correct it. It’s happened a lot lately. We have to figure out what’s going on and we have to do it now.”
“You could tell the first 10 minutes of the game, they were hungry,” Henrik Lundqvist said. “They came with a lot of speed and desperation in their game. A lot of times, that’s what’s going to win you hockey games. It kind of set the tone.”
“They outworked us there in the first, no question about it,” Ryan McDonagh said. “There’s no excuse for that. We owe it to ourselves as players, our linemates and d-pairs, to prepare yourself for every game so you can go out and execute and give ourselves a chance. For whatever reason we didn't do that tonight. It’s a lesson learned.”
When asked about the Flyers, who the Rangers play tonight, McDonagh responded: "They're going to put on a good test for us. They play really well at home. Same way if we come out like this we're going to get embarrassed once again. Hope our group really takes this to heart. Be professional about it here and get yourself ready to play. Recover and get your mind in the right state of frame to go out there and do what's needed of you."
It was almost like New York forgot there was a game last night. No shots for almost the first 10 minutes of the game and even worse in the third period. An inability to execute even the simplest of passes or plays. A failure to move their skates, as they look as if they were moving in quicksand or at quarter-speed. Players left wide open in front. One decent shift followed by two bad ones. Outhustled, outworked and outefforted. Hard work beats talent when the talent doesn't work hard, that was the case last night.
I can deal with errors and mistakes if you are playing hard, because can occur due to over-effort. That wasn't the case last night. The mistakes were far from too much effort, I only wish that was the case. If you are going to half-ass is, then sit on the bench and let someone else play. Up front, the 12 we saw Tuesday will be the same 12 in tonight due to injuries, though the combinations may change. The blue line, well, most of them should sit. It only one will. It should be Kevin Klein, let's see if AV makes the right call or for some reason pins the blame on last night on Brady Skjei.
We have discussed that some - if not most - goals are scored due to a mistake. But usually, they are not as egregious as the ones we saw last night. The first goal of the game by Zemgus Girgensons was a miscommunication by Stepan and Skjei, leaving the front of the net open. Gee, where have we seen that before? I thought they had cleaned up those errors of lack of communication, yet there it was once again in game #40.
After a decent four minute stretch, the Rangers gave up a back breaker with 38.1 to go in the period. Evander Kane scored thanks to a neutral zone turnover by Klein, who made a bad pass to Mats Zuccarello, combined with a poor line change. The end result was a 2-on-1 where Lundqvist makes the first save but can't stop the rebound. Instead of going into the first intermission down 1-0 with momentum, it was 2-0 and the life was sucked out of the building.
The piece-de-resistance was the third goal and first of Justin Bailey's career. Kane pressured Klein, who attempted a horrible cross ice pass in his own zone that was picked off by Bailey, who dangled the puck past a snow-angel by Klein and beat Lundqvist five-hole. Bad hustle and read by Klein, who wasn't bailed out by his goalie. Just like 3-0 down
A one-timer by Nick Holden made it 3-1 at 15:55 of the second to give the Rangers a bit of life. But a Jimmy Vesey 18 seconds into the third resulted in a power play for Buffalo. Jack Eichel scored after McDonagh cleared the puck off of his own skate and right into the slot. Turn out the lights, 4-1, game over, start prepping for Philly.
The Rangers had two stinkers against Pitt and Minnesota two weeks ago. After the break, a listless start against Ottawa at home but they recovered for the win. A pretty solid game against Arizona but a 1-0 early deficit against Colorado. But, New York had won their last three games. Maybe facing the 28th team in the league after beating the 29th and 30th team caused the Rangers to come out slow. That's no excuse. In this league, the spread between winning and losing is so small, that if you don't play with effort and heart, most nights you will lose.
Last night, as I noted above, the Rangers were outworked, outhustled, outmuscled, and just completely outplayed. Effort beats talent when talent doesn't show effort. This team has been a pretty resilient group. If they don't show that resilient and heart tonight and Saturday, both games could get ugly. Philly will play hard tonight, that we know. In the game the day after Thanksgiving, the Flyers fell behind big early in the second but rallied and outplayed the Rangers the last half of the game. Lundqvist stole that game for New York. If the Blueshirts play tonight as they did last night, they will get wiped off the ice and manhandled. If the same happens Saturday, coach John Tortorella will have that smirk of his working all night.
Show us what's inside you tonight New York. Because right now, your heart and your will are in question. Let alone your mental and physical capacities on the ice.[/size]
Hurricanes give equipment manager special day as emergency backup - Mon Jan 02, 2017 5:37 pm
Hurricanes give equipment manager special day as emergency backup
Jorge Alves #40 of the Carolina Hurricanes is congratulated on his NHL debut by teammate Sebastian Aho #20 during third period against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena on December 31, 2016 in Tampa, Florida. (Getty Images)
Carolina Hurricanes equipment manager Jorge Alves got to suit up as the team’s emergency backup for their Saturday game at the Tampa Bay Lightning and played in the last 7.6 seconds.
With Eddie Lack not feeling well, the Hurricanes needed someone on short notice to fill in on the bench in case starter Cam Ward got hurt.
The 37-year-old Alves had been the Hurricanes’ full-time equipment manager since the 2012-13 season. He played with NC State’s club hockey team for the 2002-03 and 2003-04 seasons, followed by stints in the ECHL and Southern Professional Hockey League.
Alves moved to Raleigh in 2001 following four years of in the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina and had worked on Carolina’s equipment staff since the 2003-04 season.
“I’ve been skating with the guys for years now, and it’s always been kind of a joke around the locker room, ‘Oh, you might go in today, you might go in today,'” Alves told Hurricanes.com. “For it to actually happen, it was a pinch-myself moment. It was an amazing experience.”
After Hurricanes vice president of communications and team services Mike Sundheim posted a photo of Alves’ contract with the team, defenseman Justin Faulk gave some good-natured ribbing.
He's a natural.. just like the rest of us adding an inch or two to our height! So pumped for jorge!
Alves painted his own mask, which depicted caricatures of his fellow Hurricanes equipment managers.
The mask Jorge Alves will wear tonight features his fellow equipment managers. Erik Huffine drew caricatures. Jorge painted it himself.
Alves then led the Hurricanes onto the ice for the game, much to the delight of his teammates. They then let him skate a lap on his own as the typical rookie initiation.
“Yeah, I definitely didn’t see that coming. I don’t know how I missed that,” Alves said. “I took a little wheel around, and I looked over and was like, ‘Oh, OK.”
During the game, Alves continued his duties with the team, such as sharpening skate blades.
Then with 7.6 seconds left in the game and his team down 3-1, he was asked to jump into the net.
“There were a lot of times, just thinking about the situation, looking down at the crest on my jersey and realizing what was happening. It just got really emotional, especially what happened at the end of the game,” Alves said. “That’s something I never expected.”
After the final buzzer sounded, Hurricanes players hugged Alves in the net and Jeff Skinner gave him the game puck.
And as Alves went into the locker room, Ward gave the equipment manager a pat on the back.
“It was obviously a big day for him,” Hurricanes center Jordan Staal said according to NHL.com. “He’s worked hard for us, he’s been at practice a lot and taken a lot of high heat from us. He deserved a day like that.”
Top Selling Children’s Vitamin Contains GMOs And Cancer-Causing Chemicals - Sat May 28, 2016 9:39 pm
Top Selling Children’s Vitamin Contains GMOs And Cancer-Causing Chemicals
Posted on May 27, 2016GMO
It was recently uncovered that the top selling children’s vitamin brand could be doing much more harm than it is doing good. The Flintstones Vitamins, which have been the #1 brand in the US for years, has recently been exposed for containing GMOs and cancer-causing toxins such as Aspartame.
Ironically, Flintstones Vitamins are advertised as the “Pediatricians’ #1 Choice” for children’s vitamins.
However, the list of ingredients below are far from healthy or safe for children.
Coal tar artificial coloring agents (FD&C Blue #2, Red #40, Yellow #6);
Hydrogenated Oil (Soybean);
GMO Corn starch;
Bayer, the company that produces Flintstones Vitamins, suggests on their website that this cocktail of chemicals is a fair alternative for vegetables.
Aspartame is a synthetic combination of the amino acids aspartic acid and l-phenylalanine, and is known to convert into highly toxic methanol and formaldehyde in the body. Aspartame has been linked to over 40 adverse health effects in the biomedical literature, and has been shown to exhibit both neurotoxicity and carcinogenicity.
Meanwhile, Cupric Oxide and many of the other substances listed are also toxic chemicals that are recognized as harmful by multiple international rating agencies.
These vitamins are obviously not a viable replacement for vegetables, and actually feeding children vegetables in the first place would cancel out the need for supplements like this.
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Rolling Plunder – How Scott Walker and Paul Ryan Plan To Sell Out Wisconsin, and the Voters are Obli - Thu Mar 31, 2016 4:54 pm
Rolling Plunder – How Scott Walker and Paul Ryan Plan To Sell Out Wisconsin, and the Voters are Oblivious…Posted on March 30, 2016 by sundance
Well, for now at least.
♦ Wisconsin representative, now Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, also likes to tout his form of fiscal conservatism. However, as the former Chairman of the budgetary ways and means committee, a federal budget is also an optical illusion (hasn’t been one since ’07).
♦ Representative Paul Ryan and Governor Scott Walker along with RNC Chairman Reince Preibus promote themselves as proud Wisconsin cheese-heads; “conservatives” they say.
Well, given Paul Ryan’s full-throated endorsement and promotion for the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal (TPP), perhaps the Wisconsin working voter would like to see exactly what they have in mind for you. Remember, each of the aforementioned has also endorsed Senator Ted Cruz – who, not coincidentally, was the co-author of the Trade Promotion Authority bill (TPA) which was the vehicle to insure TPP’s passage.
Rather than go through all of the tentacles, and difficult to understand TPP construct, let’s instead use that wonderful Scott Walker (Harley Davidson motorcycle) example to show Wisconsin voters what’s really going on.
Representative Paul Ryan and Senator Ted Cruz created the legislative vehicle for The Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership, or TPP. The legislative vehicle for TPP is called Trade Promotion Authority, or TPA.
Both Ryan and Cruz were actually quite proud of TPA, until candidate Donald Trump made a campaign issue of the trade deal. Senator Cruz now claims he doesn’t support TPP.
However, these trade deal constructs did not happen by accident, they were built and designed for a reason. The wall street connections to TPP brings the presidential election race into the more broad agenda, and that’s where you find a geographical relationship which immediately connects RNC head Reince Preibus.
You see, sometimes you need to step back to see the larger picture.
The RNC/GOPe were bedfellows in 2014 along with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and its president Tom Donohue. The U.S. CoC worked earnestly to get the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal constructed. Donohue being the CEO in charge of the U.S. Business interests, via the Chamber, who were doing the actual trade deal negotiations.
The U.S. Chamber (Donohue) also needed a legislative path. As a consequence the path needs legislatures as bill sponsors. That’s where Paul Ryan and Ted Cruz come in to the picture. Together in early 2015 they penned an Op-Ed which appeared in the Wall Street Journal, and also is available HERE.
How they actually worked in the House and Senate to get the trade vehicle, TPA, through the legislative system is quite remarkable. FULL DETAILS HERE.
When we say “remarkable”, we really mean it.
When it is possible to usurp the will of the people, and simultaneously position yourself as outside of the construct therein, such Machiavellian plausible deniability should at the very least be recognized as brilliant. TPA was a brutal scheme. TPP is devastating to the U.S. But the way Ryan/Cruz guided TPA through the House and Senate was brilliant nonetheless.
And that is where Wisconsinites (Preibus, Ryan, Walker) align with a unity agenda within the deal itself. A deal constructed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, that entirely benefits Wall Street.
Can you see now how the 2014 GOPe roadmap gains increased importance, and how Presidential Candidate Scott Walker became part of the entire 2016 nomination scheme? Follow the money. Yes, including the Ricketts money.
Beyond the terrible legislation is the actual TPP trade deal itself; and beyond the TPP are the consequences to the U.S. manufacturing base and U.S. worker.
For an example of those consequences we turn to the beloved Harley Davidson.
A few years ago Harley Davidson opened a plant in Northern India, yes India.
[ Remember the Wisconsin Sikh Temple shooting – did you see those police at the CNN town hall questioning Donald Trump? ]
Coincidences are funny that way. I digress.
The Street motorcycles being sold in the U.S. will be manufactured in the Milwaukee-based company’s Kansas City facility, Wandell said. The Street bikes for international riders will be made in the company’s Bawal, India, plant that opened in 2011.
Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) currently assembles motorcycles in India and Brazil to avoid tariffs, but the parts are made in America and shipped as a kit to those countries. (link)
Harley Davidson in India? Many die-hard hog fans were worried that Harley was going to start building their bikes out of country. Given what happened to the auto industry can you blame them for worrying. However, that wasn’t immediately what was happening, because Harley Davidson USA knew their bikes lived and died on the reputation of being “American Iron”, despite many of the parts made over seas.
However, India has a 100+% tariff on motorcycle imports. When combined with other import taxes and duties it all adds up to a staggering 115% cost increase to sell a U.S. manufactured Harley in India.
India also has a population over a billion people. A very large market! But selling an expensive bike in a poor country with a 100+% import tariff makes the market virtually untouchable. Unless…
….“We can make (the price) more attractive in those markets by building over there,” Blankenheim said
To work around the problem, and simultaneously set themselves up for future market opportunities, Harley Davidson built a plant in India. If the Harley is built in India it can be sold in India for less than half the price of building in the U.S. and importing it.
However, the future opportunities angle stems from India not only building their own Harleys, but also manufacturing most of the Harley’s sold on the international market as well. Build here and export from the U.S. and you find a big tariff at the destination; but build in India and export from India and the tariffs are avoided upon arrival.
How does this help the U.S. manufacturing of Harley Davidson? How does this help jobs here in the U.S.? How does this help the U.S. factory worker?
But the corporate side (Wall Street / NYSE “HOG”) books of Harley Davidson look great.
See how that works?
In essence, Harley USA will build Harley’s for the USA (disclaimer: “for now”), and Harely in India will build for most the rest of the world. They are still in the working-out-the-kinks-process part of the global plan, but it is a plan being executed.
So you might ask if India, with a billion citizen market, charges a 100% tariff on U.S. manufactured product, well, what’s the tariff the USA charges to import a motorcycle here from say, Japan?
Well, that would be 2.4%.
Yes, a measly 2.4%
But, wait, it gets better – that is going away too:
America will remove a tariff levied on Japanese motorcycles with engine displacements of over 700cc under the recently announced Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact (TPP), which includes Australia and covers 40 percent of the global economy.
The 2.4 percent duty will be eliminated five years after the multilateral trade deal takes effect, which should, in theory, reduce the price of motorcycles in the over 700cc space in America, placing the imported fare on the same level playing field as home-grown marques like Harley-Davidson, Indian and Victory. Those marques mainly focus on bikes with engine capacities of more than 700cc.
America currently imposes no tariff on imported motorbikes with engines of 700cc or lower (link)
Are you seeing the problem yet?
If the U.S. export of a Harley Davidson incurs an import tariff at the destination (say China 30%, or Vietnam 40%), but the same tariff does not apply when the import arrives from India, what nation do you think will be manufacturing the Harley Davidson motorcycles which appear in China?
Meanwhile, the U.S. unilaterally disarms in the import tariff battle, and drops all import tariffs on the foreign motorcycles which will directly compete with those very same remaining Harley Davidson motorcycles which ARE made in the U.S.A.
Do you remember the Wisconsin Radio Host Charlie Sykes interview of Donald Trump when Sykes climbed atop his high horse and so “righteously” told Trump that Wisconsin is an Import-Export state, and tariffs hurt their economy? etc. etc. etc.
How does that Sykes gibberish look against this example now?
We are only using Harley Davidson as a representative example based on geography (Wisconsin). This horrific Trade Deal applies nation wide in all areas of manufacturing, import and export.
Scott Walker will be fine, he’ll probably end up on Wall Street. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan will be fine, he’ll lock in a multi-million lobbying contract. Reince Preibus will be fine, he’s already got a rolodex filled with Global Bankers and High Financiers.
It’s the ordinary middle-class Wisconsin cheese-head voter who will be impacted.
Are they foolish enough to be co-dependents to their own financial demise?
I guess we’ll find out….
Next time you are in a grocery store, pick up a package of Nabisco Fig Newtons, look at the small wording next to the ingredients and you will see “made in mexico”. It’s the same poor trade deals that are creating the same outcomes.
¹/Also, Hat Tip to “SEVENTHNDR“ for sourcing.
²/How Ted Cruz and Paul Ryan hoodwinked America HERE
³/Senator Jeff Sessions discusses TPP HERE and Audio HERE
Just a Reminder, this is an insurgency. – The modern enemy of Wall Street is Main Street vulgarians. The current enemy of the RNC/GOPe is not Democrats, it’s Grassroots Conservatives; Common Sense Conservatives; more vulgarians.
The Republican Party, and the Republican media apparatus, view us as their enemy. We are the enemy they need to protect themselves from:
In 2014, the RNC approved selection rules that govern how each state’s delegates are portioned out from the primaries. Under one of the changes, states holding their primaries between March 1 and March 14 will have their delegates doled out proportionately with election results, a change that will likely stymie a movement candidate.
States that have primaries on or after March 15 will be winner-take-all states.
That’s important because another RNC rule change requires that a candidate must win a majority of delegates in eight or more states before his or her name may be presented for nomination at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
With 18 GOP presidential candidates, for now, it will be that much harder for any candidate to win a majority in any state, let alone eight. (Article July 2015)
Now, ask yourself, why would the RNC want to “stymie a movement candidate“? Who exactly does that benefit? Obviously, the “non-movement” candidate, ie “the turtle“.
Isn’t the entire reason for campaigning in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina etc. to make a movement/momentum?
In addition Rule #40 changed in 2014 from previously five needed state wins, to a newer threshold of eight (8):
Officially, it’s Rule 40 in the RNC handbook and it states that any candidate for president “shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight (8) or more states” before their name is presented for nomination at the national convention. (article March 2014)
Again, ask yourself who does this benefit? A candidate can win seven states outright, and still not have their name presented for nomination?
These rules were made/affirmed in 2014 – Who or what exactly was the GOP concerned about blocking in 2016 that would necessitate such rules? When combined with other rule changes you can clearly identify a consolidation of power within the RNC apparatus intentionally constructed to stop the candidate of the GRASSROOTS from achieving victory.
It’s all part of their GOPe Roadmap.
♦ Reference and Resources – (links to internal MSM references are contained within prior outlines): RNC Rule Changes RNC Rule Battles
- ♦ Following The Money
- ♦ The GOPe Roadmap
- ♦ The Roles of The Players – “The Splitters”
- ♦ How each candidate is aligned in the Roadmap
- ♦ Arrow #1 Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel
- ♦ Arrow #2 Trump Hits Bush – Inside The Wall Street Fortress
- ♦ Arrow #3 Trump Cuts Off Rubio/Bush switch – The GOPe Switch
- ♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac
- ♦ Jeb Bush Super-Pac Will immediately spend $10 Million
- ♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC
- ♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)
- ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)
- ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)
- ♦ How To Defeat the GOPe Road Map
- ♦ Current Polling Exposes – the Ohio, Florida, Texas, Virginia, New York Splitters
- ♦ Florida Polling Exposes – Donald Trump defeating Jeb’s Florida Strategy
- ♦ Rush Limbaugh Discusses/Affirms – The “splitter strategy”
- ♦ The Biden Paradox – Trump Winning Means Clinton Must Be Removed
- ♦ Salem Media Communications (GOPe Media Arm) Launches Attack
- ♦ Open Letter To GOPe – The Conservative Frustration
- ♦ Why The GOPe Will Never Stop Attacking Donald Trump
- ♦ Trump indicates he is well aware of the GOP Mississippi Trickery 2014
- ♦ GOPe (Stuart Stevens and Henry Barbour) recruit for a Mississippi style takedown
- ♦ Chris Christie Joins the insurgency – Christie Endorsement
- ♦ The Demonization of Donald Trump Begins – The Racial Onslaught Miss ’14 Redux
- ♦ Ben Carson Drops Out – Manipulators of his Campaign Exposed
- ♦ Mitt Romney admits the GOPe Road Map and Splitter Strategy
- ♦ Senator Ted Cruz and the Fallacy of False Choices