Trump 7th District Supporters

Trump 7th District SupportersTrump 7th District Supporters — Here is what is likely the final breakdown on who the five candidates for presidential delegates from Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District will support at Republican Convention in Cleveland, July 18-21.

Party-endorsed Michael Puppio, Joan Miller and Bob Willert have pledged themselves to the district winner on the first ballot. Ralph E. Wike III and Jan C. Ting have declared for Donald Trump.

Ting initially declared himself uncommitted as he thought he was required to do so by party rules. He came out for Trump, however, on today’s, April 20, Laura Ingraham Show.

Pennsylvania is sending 71 delegates to Republican Presidential Convention, July 18-21 in Cleveland. Seventeen will be bound to the state’s top vote-getter. The remaining 54 — three per congressional district — have no restriction but their word of honor as for whom they may vote.

Lois Kaneshiki, who chairs the Republican Liberty Caucus of Pennsylvania, has been diligently compiling the declarations of the congressional district delegates state-wide which can be found here.

For Trump supporters, a more definitive list of those who back your guy can be found here.

The horribly gerrymandered 7th District consists of parts of Delaware, Montgomery, Chester, Lancaster and Berks counties.

Trump 7th District Supporters


Trump Gets Big Pennsylvania Endorsement

Trump Gets Big Pennsylvania Endorsement
Joe Gale

Trump Gets Big Pennsylvania Endorsement — Newly elected Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Gale, who is one of the state’s top Republicans has come out strong for Donald Trump for president.

He made his endorsement Thursday, Feb. 25, on  Dom Giordano’s WPHT radio show.

“One hundred percent, I am a Trump guy,” he told Giordano. “I tell it like it is, just like Trump. I am a little different though, you know, different hair, smaller wallet. But, people are frustrated…and they are in desperate need for somebody who is a voice for the people.”

After the interview, further explained his support of businessman Donald Trump.

“Just as I did during my election in 2015 and continue to do as public servant, Donald Trump embraces the title of ‘Outsider’ and ‘Common Sense Conservative’,” said Gale.

Gale’s victorious campaign for County Commissioner is considered to be one of the biggest upsets in Pennsylvania’s 2015 election cycle.

First, the 26-year-old took on the Republican Party establishment’s endorsed candidates and won the Republican nomination for Montgomery County’s highest elected office in the May Primary Election.

He noted that opposition from his own political party carried over into the general election but with an independent grassroots campaign, was still able to garner enough support from Republican, Democrat, and Independent voters to earn a position on the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners.

“The last thing we need is another Washington insider. Trump is refreshing. Like me, he is beholden to no one except the people. I am proud to support Donald Trump and look forward to helping him achieve victory in Pennsylvania,” said Gale.

Montgomery County, the state’s third largest county in population, plays a major factor in statewide elections. Even though Democrats outnumber Republicans in Montgomery County, the more than 200,000 registered republicans make  Gale one of the highest ranking Republicans in the Commonwealth.

Trump Gets Big Pennsylvania Endorsement

Trump Al Wilson And Snakes

Trump Al Wilson And SnakesTrump Al Wilson And Snakes — Donald Trump at a rally in Cedar Falls, Iowa read the lyrics from a song which few Millennials know by  a singer which few Millennials have heard to illustrate the wisdom of allowing Muslim refugees from ISIS controlled territory.

He made it work.

The singer is Al Wilson and the song is The Snake which was released in 1968.

Here are the lyrics.

On her way to work one morning, down the path along the lake, a tender-hearted woman saw a poor, half-frozen snake.  His pretty colored skin had been all frosted with the dew.  ‘Oh, well,’ she cried, ‘I’ll take you in and I’ll take care of you.’  ‘Take me in, O tender woman, take me in, for heaven’s sake.  Take me in, O tender woman,’ sighed the vicious snake.  She wrapped him up all cozy in a curvature of silk and then laid him by the fireside with some honey and some milk.  Now, she hurried home from work that night.  As soon as she arrived, she found that pretty snake she’d taken in and revived.  ‘Take me in, O tender woman.  Take me in, for heaven’s sake.  Take me in, O tender woman,’ sighed the vicious snake. 

“Now she clutched him to her bosom.  ‘You’re so beautiful,’ she cried, ‘but if I hadn’t brought you in, by now you would have died.’  She stroked his pretty skin, and then she kissed him and held him tight.  But instead of saying ‘thank you,’ that snake gave her a vicious bite.  ‘Take me in, O tender woman.  Take me in, for heaven’s sake.  Take me in, O tender woman,’ sighed the vicious snake.  ‘I saved you,’ cried the woman, ‘and you bit me.  Heavens, why?  You know your bite is poisonous, and now I’m going to die.’  ‘Oh, shut up, silly woman,’ said the reptile with a grin.  ‘You knew darn well I was a snake before you took me in.’

And here is the song.

Trump Al Wilson And Snakes

Hat tip Rush Limbaugh