The Body Double Plot


 Teresa Barnwell, Hillary double

The Body Double Plot

By Patricia McCarthy, The American Spectator, September 16, 2016  

The 1993 film Dave was a hilarious comedy about a loathsome President, Bill Mitchell, who has a stroke while sleeping with a woman not his wife, but one of the women who works in the Oval Office. His staffers have only just discovered a likely body double, Dave Kovic, to be deployed at certain public occasions. Both parts were played by Kevin Kline. It remains a wonderful, classic film, the premise outrageous but entertaining and perhaps prescient.

Just after the Dave of the film has been recruited, the President's stroke occurs and Dave is pressed into a broader role than first presented to him. Now he must be the President until the real one recovers. Dave, though, is a regular guy, a really good man, without a shred of arrogance or pretension. He is a talented comic; his part time job has been impersonating the President at parties and for commercials. His real job is a temp agency; he finds work for people. He takes his "role" seriously.

The film was an obvious swipe at Bill Clinton, whose reputation as a womanizer followed him to the White House. Even though the film was made years before Monica Lewinsky worked as an intern at the White House, Clinton's reputation for cheating was well known. He was an Arkansas legend. In the film, Bill Mitchell's wife hates him, for obvious reasons.

It turns out that body doubles for Presidents, Popes, etc. is not just the stuff of comedic fiction. Hillary has had the same body double for twenty-three years! Impersonator Teresa Barnwell. Apparently many famous important people have body doubles. Who knew?

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With new leadership, Trump campaign tackles ground game in earnest


New York (CNN)  Sept. 9, 2016

Donald Trump's campaign was underwater and in disarray. The candidate veered off message, jumping from one controversy to the next, his poll numbers plummeted, and the ground game his campaign had long vowed to jumpstart with an injection of cash and resources languished. Morale within the campaign was sinking and as Trump himself lost faith in his leadership, he decided it was time for a change.

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Rush Recommended Reading for the week: The Flight 93 Election



The Flight 93 Election

By: Publius Decius Mus , September 5, 2016

2016 is the Flight 93 election: charge the cockpit or you die. You may die anyway. You—or the leader of your party—may make it into the cockpit and not know how to fly or land the plane. There are no guarantees.

Except one: if you don’t try, death is certain. To compound the metaphor: a Hillary Clinton presidency is Russian Roulette with a semi-auto. With Trump, at least you can spin the cylinder and take your chances.

To ordinary conservative ears, this sounds histrionic. The stakes can’t be that high because they are never that high—except perhaps in the pages of Gibbon. Conservative intellectuals will insist that there has been no “end of history” and that all human outcomes are still possible. They will even—as Charles Kesler does—admit that America is in “crisis.” But how great is the crisis? Can things really be so bad if eight years of Obama can be followed by eight more of Hillary, and yet Constitutionalist conservatives can still reasonably hope for a restoration of our cherished ideals? Cruz in 2024! 

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Trump Speech on National Security - Defense Spending

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Trump to black church: Your wrongs 'will be made right'



By T. BECKET ADAMS • 9/3/16 1:21 PM The Washington Examiner

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Trump Calls for Oath to America

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Gem in Chicago


by Thomas Sowell,

We have gotten so used to seeing college presidents and other academic "leaders" caving in to so many outrageous demands from little gangs of bullying students that it is a long overdue surprise to see a sign that at least one major university has shown some backbone.

Dr. Robert J. Zimmer, president of the University of Chicago, has spoken out in the plainest language against the stifling of opinions that differ from political correctness, on campuses across the country.

"Free speech is at risk at the very institution where it should be assured: the university," Dr. Zimmer said.  READ the rest here.

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Trump's Great Speech -- West Bend, Aug. 18



Take a look at this Youtube. This rally had many highpoints. Please share and help build the Trump Truth momentum.  

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Trump Apologizes in N. Carolina Speech


Terrific speech to share with unbelievers.  He spoke on his positions on immigration, crime, inner city poverty.

Watch it HERE.

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Is the 2016 Election Really Rigged?

by Patrick J. Buchanan, The Imaginative Conservative, Aug. 12, 2016


2016 election“I’m afraid the election is going to be rigged,” Donald Trump told voters in Ohio and Sean Hannity on Fox News. And that hit a nerve. “Dangerous,” “toxic,” came the recoil from the media. Mr. Trump is threatening to “delegitimize” the election results of 2016. Well, if that is what Mr. Trump is trying to do, he has no small point. For consider what 2016 promised and what it appears about to deliver.

This longest of election cycles has rightly been called the Year of the Outsider. It was a year that saw a mighty surge of economic populism and patriotism, a year when a 74-year-old Socialist senator set primaries ablaze with mammoth crowds that dwarfed those of Hillary Clinton. It was the year that a non-politician, Donald Trump, swept Republican primaries in an historic turnout, with his nearest rival an ostracized maverick in his own Republican caucus, Senator Ted Cruz.

More than a dozen Republican rivals, described as the strongest GOP field since 1980, were sent packing. This was the year Americans rose up to pull down the establishment in a peaceful storming of the American Bastille. But if it ends with a Clintonite restoration and a ratification of the same old Beltway policies, would that not suggest there is something fraudulent about American democracy, something rotten in the state?

If 2016 taught us anything, it is that if the establishment’s hegemony is imperiled, it will come together in ferocious solidarity—for the preservation of its perks, privileges and power. All the elements of that establishment — corporate, cultural, political, media — are today issuing an ultimatum to Middle America: Mr. Trump is unacceptable.  READ MORE

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