Friday, October 7, 2016


A friend of mine recently sent me an Email copy of pastor Chuck Baldwin's article 'My Analysis Of The First Presidential Debate' (click HERE). I sent him the following r-E-ply:

As I'm sure you know, I have liked and respected Chuck Baldwin for years. And that's still true. And like Chuck, I have been a "A Vote For The Lesser Of Two Evils Is Still A Vote For Evil" kind of guy for LONGER than you have even known I existed on the planet.  But I'll state with 100% honesty that I don't consider Chuck's analysis on most topics to be superior to my own. Chuck has never been my teacher.

I agree with just about everything Chuck said in this article except for one major statement:

>>... "I am one of these libertarian / constitutionalists who is still undecided as to who I will vote for for President this November."

It's actually pretty pathetic, in my opinion, that as late as a week ago he still hadn't made up his mind who he was voting for! 
Yes, it's absolutely true that "A Vote For The Lesser Of Two Evils Is Still A Vote For Evil", but this is an election like none other in our entire lifetime! And as the saying goes, "There's an exception to every rule". This is one of those times. This is one of those times because in THIS situation the "lesser evil" is SO ASTOUNDINGLY LESS EVIL than the "more evil" that I consider it a dereliction of patriotic duty to vote for anyone other than Donald Trump in this election. Particularly because the winner is going to be Trump or Illery, Killery, Hellary Clinton, and everyone else has the same odds of becoming president as I do!

Well, first of all, I don't even know that Trump is "evil". He's a bit of a buffoon at times, and he has a gargantuan ego, and he's certainly not a genuine Christian, but that doesn't make him "evil". So he may not even be the "lesser of two evils" at all. If he's evil, let's see the proof! Who's got it? Because I've been paying super-close attention in this election cycle and I've seen NOTHING from even the most ardent Dumb-O-Crat to indicate Trump is evil. He's got plenty of faults and foibles, but so do you and I. That doesn't mean we're evil -- just human. Hellary, on the other hand is INDEED EVIL, and probably literally demonically-possessed as well!
I illustrated every aspect of my viewpoint with precision in the following blog bit: 

Sunday, September 11, 2016  

I think I may have linked you to that previously, but I'm not under the impression that you've read it.

There's no way for anyone to know whether or not Trump will do all or even any of the things he says he will. But if he does even a couple of them, it would automatically make him the single best president in our lifetime! By far (nothing else is even close!!) our nation's biggest secular, political problem is The Federal Reserve System. Fix that and it would immediately fix about 80% of the USA's problems. Trump has said that as president he will audit The Federal Reserve. The ONLY OTHER presidential candidates who've ever promised to do that were Ron Paul, the Constitution Party candidates, and possibly Barry Goldwater. [*Note: I have since realized that Dopey Johnson claims he too would audit The Fed. But Gary Johnson is still a dope.]

Trump has said he will secure the border from illegal immigrants, he will alter our disastrous trade agreements with NAFTA, and he will reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act. What the hell are we looking for in a president? MORE than this, realistically? If Trump did even TWO of those things it would improve this country by leaps and bounds! WTH is there to think about in this election?!

That TNA William Jasper article I linked to in my blog bit ACCURATELY begins THIS way:

Hedge fund billionaires, Wall Street mega-bankers, Hollywood movie moguls, RINOs (Republicans In Name Only), ultra-Left “Progressive” Democrats, and Big Media journalistas have all ganged up on one man. Together with an AstroTurf army of neocon pundits, radical academics, student activists, and street agitators funded by the Big Foundations and Big Government, they have united to stop that one man: Donald J. Trump.

George Soros, David Rockefeller, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Michael Bloomberg, Steven Spielberg, Jeff Bezos, and a bevy of other uber-rich titans have teamed up with National Review, the Weekly Standard, the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NPR, et al., to ensure that “The Donald” never makes it into the White House. Some of these plutocrats — Soros, Buffett, and Spielberg — have taken the full “I’m With Her” Hillary Rodham Clinton loyalty pledge. Many of the anti-Trump “Republican” and “conservative” poseurs, on the other hand, have not formally taken the Hillary plunge, but their implacable “Never Trump” stance amounts to the same thing.

Not since 1964 has the political and financial establishment gone into such full-tilt mode against a presidential candidate. In fact, the establishment elites are shamelessly recycling the same vicious propaganda tactics against Donald Trump that they employed against Republican U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater, then the rising star of the conservative/anti-communist movement.
Even if Trump's faking it and isn't really the threat to the New World Order that he seems to be, we know one thing for sure: The Wizards Behind The Curtain absolutely BELIEVE that Trump is a threat to their satanic agenda. They wouldn't have organized all of their tools against him this way if they didn't believe that. He's certainly worth chancing our vote on!

But good ol' Chuck Baldwin still isn't sure who he's voting for, eh? Well, I got news for Chuck, not only is this NOT Rocket Science, it ain't even phuqin' Laundromat Science! Apparently Chuck ain't as politically sharp as I once thought he was. Regardless of what does or does not come of it, a vote for Donald Trump in 2016 is as obvious a political no-brainer as I've ever encountered. And if Chuck doesn't come to that decision by November 8th, I'm done reading anything he has to say. I have already lost a certain amount of respect for him over this, and I will lose ALMOST ALL OF MY RESPECT if he doesn't wise up by the time he goes to the polling place to cast his vote.
~ Stephen T. McCarthy
POSTSCRIPT: Because all work and no play makes Stephen a dull DogG, I am including some clever Hellary Cunton parody songs for your enjoyment:
'Liar, Liar, Pants On Fire' Hillary Song
'Delete It'


  1. First off, a penalty flag for stealing my Hillary "Liar Liar" video!

    I missed you 9/11 post or would have certainly commented on it.

    I like governors as presidential choices-they know how to run something. I hate senators-they think new laws are the answer for everything.

    I agree Clinton is evil-check out although most of it will not be news to you.

    While I am not a huge fan of Trump, there are reasons to consider him, and there are two reasons my mind is not made up.

    (1) His soundbytes kill him, but if you look at his arguments, they hold water. On his website is his plan to have Mexico contribute to the building of the wall, and while the argument would not cover the cost, it would cover a large contribution. Well thought out, but lost by his buffoon-ish soundbyte.

    (2) Johnson's running mate went on record earlier this week to be in favor of "stopping Trump." So while I like the idea of a two governor ticket, I now am reconsidering because Weld looks more like a spoiler for Clinton than a true alternative choice. I hope this is more of a sign of bad judgement on Johnson's part than a sign of what the Libertarian party is all about.

    The fact that Trump is an outsider and a maverick is not necessarily bad-Reagan's maverick personality was actually an asset in his foreign policy-the world was truly intimidated by him, as opposed to how they have felt about us the last eight years (Obama-ass kisser to the world).

    While I am not stumping for Trump, to me, there are two choices.

    Trump or Johnson.

    Anyone voting Clinton as a lesser of two evils vote should vote Johnson if they want a clear conscience.

    1. LC ~

      >>... First off, a penalty flag for stealing my Hillary "Liar Liar" video!

      I apologize. I didn't realize that was yours. You did a nice job on it. Kudos! How long did it take to put that together?

      >>... The fact that Trump is an outsider and a maverick is not necessarily bad

      "Not necessarily bad"? It's the ONLY REASON to vote for him!!

      >>... While I am not stumping for Trump, to me, there are two choices. Trump or Johnson. Anyone voting Clinton as a lesser of two evils vote should vote Johnson if they want a clear conscience.

      I half agree with you on that.
      KNOWING that either Trump or Hellary is going to win, for all the reasons I've outlined in my two blog bits about the 2016 election, the people should vote for Trump.

      HOWEVER, if a person simply can't bring him/herself to vote for such a personally flawed man, then the candidate they SHOULD vote for is (Link>) Darrell Castle of 'THE CONSTITUTION PARTY'. 'The Constitution Party' is the BEST, most genuinely Constitutional (and thus most genuinely American) political party there is. And this has been true for quite a few years now.

      Everything that Dopey Johnson gets right, so does 'The Constitution Party'. But what Dopey Johnson gets wrong, 'The Constitution Party' gets that right as well.

      Vote Trump if you don't want Hellary. Vote Castle if you're willing to get Hellary along with your clear conscience.

      ~ D-FensDogG
      'Loyal American Underground'

  2. I was thinking the same thing about Trump not being evil before I read what you wrote. Yeah, he sure says some dumb things at times, and does not seem very presidential at times either, but, where is the evil? Hillary and Bill on the other hand; where do I even begin?

    1. JUDGE AL ~
      If the country was not nearly fully infested with amoral and apathetic sheeple and brainwashed Marxists, Hellary Cunton would be in prison for life right now, NOT running for the presidency.

      Trump is not what I would call a good person -- in other words, he's obviously no Christian, despite his occasional rhetoric attempting to portray himself as one. The guy has been an adulterer, which isn't as bad as a murderer (Bill & Hellary Cunton), but very pathetic and leaves him barred from Heaven's door, as The Good Book says.

      But right now, of the two persons who have the only real chances of becoming the next president, Trump is BY FAR the better choice. All one needs to consider in order to KNOW this is to look at who and what opposes him.

      ~ D-FensDogG
      'Loyal American Underground'

  3. You pretty well said about everything I would say on my own blog if I weren't too chickenshit to do so. The Trump issue is so contentious that it can create a real divide among people and I fully blame his opposition, the media, and anyone else who feels threatened by his radical (in probably the best way possible) thinking.

    The scariest outcome I see is that if Hillary wins she'll do her best to keep all her promises and might likely succeed, which spells doom for the country. Just a continuation of what Obama was doing.

    On the other hand, if Trump wins I believe he would try his damnedest to fulfill all of his promises to the people with tremendous resistance from Washington and many others, but he will hold them accountable and pull the curtain open as you say. I wouldn't be surprised if he even had a weekly TV show where he exposes what is really going on with the government. No more of this faux-Abraham-Lincoln Hillary double talk. If she thinks the people are too stupid to understand what really goes on then I say give us a try. The Great Magic Show of Deception needs to be replaced by the powerful display of getting things done without a lot of corruption.

    Good job with the soapbox oration--I just wish more people would listen and start a bigger discussion.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

  4. PS--How about adding Share buttons at the bottom of your posts so they are easy to put on Twitter, Facebook, etc. Maybe you'd get some more readers. Probably not, but you never know.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

    1. Thanks, LEE. Glad you liked the Trump posts. (I think the first one was best, but this follow-up reiterated the observations I originally made in a more forceful, disgusted way.)

      I only have a dim understanding of what the "Share buttons" do. But I'll add them if you tell me how to do it, as I have no idea.

      >>... You pretty well said about everything I would say on my own blog if I weren't too chickenshit to do so.

      OK, so then the obvious question is: Why are you too chickenshit to do so? What is it you fear?

      ~ D-FensDogG
      'Loyal American Underground'

    2. To add the share buttons go to your layout page and then to "Main: Blog posts gadget" and click "edit". Check the box that says "Show Share Buttons". Save it and now you should see Share buttons at the bottom of each post that goes up. Now readers can just click on wherever they want to share it and just maybe someone else will see the link to your post.

      As far as not getting too extremely controversial on Tossing It Out, there are a few reasons among which are:

      1) Though I like to broach some controversy, I don't want to get overly divisive so that my blog essentially becomes a niche for a certain side.

      2)Theoretically my blog is (or was originally) intended to be a platform for writing or whatever else I might want to promote in the future. I want to present a marketability that will appeal to the broadest audience possible.

      3) I have my opinions, but I'm not as well versed at defending them as you are nor do I wish to start engaging in any heavy duty arguments.

      4) A to Z Challenge

      Maybe eventually I'll just throw all this out the window and start ranting and raving, but for the time being I'd rather keep a relatively safe blog space so I can keep and better add to my BOTB audience as this has been my main blogging concern for the past couple of years.

      Hope that provides a reasonable explanation for my unwillingness to spout off stuff that would scare off readers.

      Arlee Bird
      Tossing It Out

    3. OK, thanks for the info, LEE. I'll see if I can get that to work. I doubt it'll make much difference because this blog is coming from a politically esoteric position that few people really understand or even WANT to understand. But, what the hell, it won't hurt nuttin' to add the buttons.

      ~ D-FensDogG
      'Loyal American Underground'

  5. I agree wid this whole thing you wrote.

    It HAS to be Trump, and ONLY Trump. Any other vote is a waste and Trump is our only chance of not being completely screwed. We may be screwed anyway... but at least we might have a chance.

    Gary Johnson may be a Libertarian, but he is NOT a libertarian. Any fool who supports mandatory vaccinations and a carbon tax to "stop global climate change" is not only not libertarian... he is an immoral idiot.

    1. Right, right. He also wants a strict separation of church and state. Where's that found in our Founding documents?

      ...Oh, right. That part in the Declaration Of Independence that mentions our rights granted by our Creator, and that "In the year of our Lord" in the Constitution. And in the prayer that opens sessions of the Senate and the House.

      The guy's a half-wit. He needs to put down Cheech y Chong's bong and back away.

      ~ D-FensDogG
      'Loyal American Underground'

  6. Weeeeell, I've waited a couple of days for my comment to show up, and by now it is obvious that Blogger ate it. So sad, since it was profoundly profound.

    To summarize in one fifth the space: Johnson is not anything approaching a REAL libertarian. Some of his positions are simply totalitarian.

    Vote for "Pu**y-Grabber No. 2". Only choice.

    1. Indeed, your original comment was eaten... apparently. As I never saw it.

      And, yes, if Dopey Johnson is a Libertarian, how come Ron Paul won't endorse him?

      This entire election season has done some really weird things to the thinking of a lot of people. Damnedest thing I ever saw. Even some people I had previously respected because I thought they had a firm handle on the political picture have proven to me that they don't, and are still susceptible to brainwashing and conditioning by the media.

      And for the record, I am NOT alluding to you with that last statement.

      Situations alter cases and this has been the most UNUSUAL presidential election in my adult life. And some folks seem to have trouble analyzing all the factors and adapting when necessary. This one is a no-brainer. Why can't some otherwise intelligent people see that?

      ~ D-FensDogG
      'Loyal American Underground'


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