Wednesday, May 4, 2016

The Donald and the Republican Party

Goodbye and Good Riddance to the Republican Party.

Trump is a bitter pill to digest.

I understand the frustration towards the GOP. The GOP is the machine that helps procure and fund candidates. They actually have the power to nurture or serve a fatal blow to a candidacy. This is their mission.

God knows they have been obstructing and muzzling real prolife candidates for decades on every level and branch of government.

They are absolutely clueless at how to detect what is politically trending, how to find the right tome, strike the right chord, find an affable candidate who delivers with conviction of the heart what we are desperate to hear.

Of course they are to blame for the Donald. Trump had his finger on the pulse of the people. He intercepted the ball and kept scoring touchdowns as the GOP wizards continued to try to sell us their well-invested quarterback.

I thought surely they would learn the valuable lesson with the disaster of the Mittens and reinvent themselves. I thought they would take a microscope to the success the communists had with Obama find the right candidate and talking points. I thought they would stop sabotaging real prolifers. I thought they would purge strategists and get fresh blood.

Never, in my wildest dreams, did I think they would go running back to the Mittens strategists and games. But they did

They learned absolutely nothing with the disaster of the Mittens and they will learn bupkis from Donald Trump.

They are tone-deaf. They will go right back to the drawing board to procure the same old monkeys for the same old circus.

It is what it is and everyone has the duty to, at the very least, get your fanny to the polls and vote for Trump so Hillary and the Democratic machine is shut down.


Anonymous said...

"...everyone has the duty to, at the very least, get your fanny to the polls and vote for Trump so Hillary and the Democratic machine is shut down.

AMEN, SISTER!! The Left is a far bigger threat to this country than Trump ever can be. Glad somebody else recognizes that.

Michael Dowd said...

Yes, up with Trump; down with Hillary. Donald is now the leader of an Independent Party made up of disenchanted Democrats and Republicans. I see this as an opportunity for the People to take back their country from the corrupt politicians who only represent themselves and the folks who own them.

Anonymous said...

Trump's victory means the GOP will be even *less* inclined to field prolife candidates in the future.

TTC said...

I don't see how they could get much worse.

As mystified as they are, they know the people have hijacked the process and if they want it back, they have to do some soul-searching and changing.

The chances they will get the message and execute the right solution are about the same as seeing pigs fly. But there's nowhere to go but up.

Anonymous said...

How did there end up being so *many* of you people?