Barnhardt: Notes On Trump


An alternative POV, and worth the read.

Darkness approaches.

86 responses to “Barnhardt: Notes On Trump

  1. “As a man thinks, so he acts.”

    Thank you Miss Barnhardt. All it took was a little dose of truth for the “patriot” toilet to back up here.


    • SFC, clearly your vaginal mash needs tweaking.


    • Dude, don’t get on your high horse acting all saintly like you’ve never in your life said such about women.
      Arrogant douche.

      • High horse? Arrogance? Hardly. Even if we fail (sin), we Catholics still hold the properly-numbered Commandments as our (and your) objective standards. Aim high. Lapses from the standards are not acceptable excuses to aim low, to lower the standards to be like dogs returning to their vomit (2 Peter 2:22). Expectedly, this will chafe any parchment worshippers remaining after the coming chastisement. ¡Viva Cristo Rey!

  2. Keep It Simple Stupid

  3. “…Don’t you realize that if Trump “won” and was “president” for the next four years that he would be blamed for all of the shit-hitting-the-fan that is going to happen? It would DESTROY HIS BRAND. Now, if Trump “loses”, as was always the plan betwixt him and the Clintons, he STILL has all of the cache of being a nominee for “president”, and still gets his brand transformed into that of “global statesman”, but instead of being blamed for all of the “shit hitting the fan” over the next four years, will instead be able to sit back, go on TeeVee, and EVERY TIME SOMETHING HORRIBLE HAPPENS, Trump will say, “If I had been President, that wouldn’t have happened. If I had been President, I would have prevented that….” And thus his brand will increase ALL THE MORE with each coming catastrophe. Ka-ching, ka-ching, ka-ching. Folks, Trump only truly wins, if he “loses”…..”


    And he will be hollering all the way to the bank;

    “It was fixed”!!!!!

  4. Stabat Mater

    Indeed. I am blessed to be married to a man whom I can honestly say would NEVER speak that way, and hasn’t in the 25 years I have been privileged to know and love him through the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony. He ain’t perfect, but he’s got integrity, purity, and a heart for God. I only pray we are raising our boy to be a God-fearing man, too.

    I am a loyal reader of Miss Barnhardt. Occasionally, I think she may have gone too far. And then I get to the end of the article, and I know she is right. My favorite broad, hands down!

  5. Ann put a sock in it. I’ve stated many times I’d 9/11 that ass which if you take literal is not my intention. My understanding was Trump was saved this summer by Dobson anyway. Regardless he’s running on a platform, not for American Idol.

    • Saint Ann wouldn’t count that as saved. Not Catholic you know.
      In her mind man only needs to be warmed up a bit. He’s never very depraved and therefore never ‘dead in trespasses and sin.’ A little ritual here, a little churchy there and he’s good as new. Well, as long as it’s the ‘right’ church.

      • Stop by any time and Ann, SFC Barry, and I can explain how Original Sin can be overcome by grace and good works, but it takes more cooperation than a one-time perfunctory expression of faith. It actually takes fear and trembling until your last breath to work out your salvation (Phillipians 2:12).

  6. ALCON,

    The woman needs a good, stiff one. And I don’t mean an alcoholic beverage.