Things are happening so fast …

Posted on February 29, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (8)

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Things are happening so fast in the political wars that it’s hard to keep up. So while pausing for a deep breath, let me give you some quick thoughts.

Trump: Who in the hell is advising him? All the man needs to do from this point on is humor his attackers, both candidates and the media. For example, on the David Duke crap, the answer should be something like:

“Don’t be ridiculous, I totally disavow him. By the way, I also wish Barack Obama would disavow Robert Byrd, a Democrat, by the way, who was a Ku Klux Klan leader and whose funeral Obama attended! And while he’s at it, Obama should apologize for NOT attending Justice Scalia’s funeral. Next question.”

Rubio: I never liked nor trusted this little schmuck, and when he had the gall to run for president against his mentor — Jeb Bush, the guy who almost single-handled launched Rubio’s political career — that confirmed that he was a despicable little vermin who would do anything to anybody to get ahead.

When it became clear that he couldn’t even win a state, his puppet-masters gave him orders to go after DT. It was a suicide mission, but he couldn’t ignore the money guys. I was truly embarrassed for him. He looked like a chihuahua jumping around the stage, biting at DT’s ankles, and, later, trying to play the role of a standup comic. Really, really embarrassing.

It warms the cockles of my heart to picture this nasty little chublet, who has never created a single job in his life, having to get a real job. He has enough gall to run for governor of Florida, of course, but I think he’s already destroyed his political career.

Cruz: What a wasted talent. I was a big believer in Cruz for several years, and I still think he would do the most to turn back the tide of tyranny if he were president. But in his first big test — running against DT — he revealed himself to have huge character flaws. However smart he may be, he’s clearly a very sleazy guy.

Romney: Where in the hell did he come from? Why is the ghost of elections past suddenly sticking his cowardly nose into things? And the hypocrisy regarding DT’s tax returns is beyond embarrassing.

McConnell: One of the most despicable members of the establishment, and shame on the people of Kentucky for continuing to reelect him. And even more shame on Rand Paul for endorsing him.

If McConnell follows through on his threat to have congressional candidates run anti-Trump ads, he will bear the responsibility for putting the final nail in the Republicans’ coffin. Talk about someone who still doesn’t get it.

That’s it for now. But in an upcoming article, I’ll tell you what I REALLY think about some of these cretins.

In the meantime, look for Mike Huckabee and Rudy Giuliani to step up to the plate and join Jeff Sessions and Chris Christie in endorsing Trump. Will somebody please call 911 for Georgie Will and his bud Krauthammer?

Robert Ringer

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8 responses to “Things are happening so fast …”

  1. Nasdaq7 says:

    Donald Trump's passion is winning and he loves the US. It will be fascinating if he wins the US presidency and his economic reforms are enacted and what effect they will have on the economy and whether they will work. From an economic standpoint that's far more exciting than a Hillary or Sanders presidency.

  2. ◄Dave► says:

    Blessedly, the right wing of the Incumbrepublocrat duopoly is in the process of self-destructing. At this point, if the GOPe manages to stop Trump from being nominated, his supporters will revolt and at the very least refuse to support the nominee in the General, if not talk Trump into a 3rd Party run. If Trump is nominated, more and more GOPe types are refusing to support him, and even talking about trotting pretty boy Romney out of central casting yet again, to run as a 3rd Party candidate against him. Either way, the left wing candidate of the Incumbrepublocrat duopoly will win the General. I know you still say it won't be Hillary, RR; but the way it is going, unless she is indicted, she will likely be our next malevolent dictator, for as long as the hapless sheeple put up with it.

    The good news is that sooner rather than later, her rule by executive orders and judicial fiat, will spark a new American Revolution or Civil War (same thing), which we desperately need, if there is any hope of ever returning Liberty and Individual Sovereignty to these shores. The tyranny we now live under is far worse that that suffered by our Founders under King George. Going to the polls, no matter who one votes for, will never change the fact that the tyrannical unelected bureaucrats win every time.

    Next time, we need to make sure that the good ole patronage 'spoils system' is locked into the Constitution, and the Civil Service system is forever outlawed. That way, in a change election, we can throw ALL the rascals out! :) ◄Dave►

  3. Reality Seeker says:

    I agree with you about DT's political strategy. I believe there's a streak of political genius in you; however, DT is a genius, too. So I wouldn't underestimate Trump. Trump has gone to war. He's like a bull moose. And a large segment of the population is in the mood for a bull moose, not a tortoise. " The darker the night the bolder the lion" ~ Teddy Roosevelt.

    Trump might be right to continue on like a bull moose, and I might be wrong. But even O'Reilly has given Trump a warning: Trump is facing assaults from all sides. The entire system is going to war with Trump, and there are no rules. If Trump tones his language down, if he changes his aggressive posture, he may stumble. Trump's nature is "full speed ahead, and damn the torpedoes!" Trump is blitzkrieging the establishment. No letup, no mercy and no prisoners.

    Let's see how it works for him.

    • Nasdaq7 says:

      At the end of the day Donald Trump has to offer something to specific voters and I hope he can zoom in and satisfy their desires. You are so afraid of Clinton and Sanders that make various promises…. it is so easy to be swayed by one promise. You will find women will vote for Clinton, just to see better representation of women in the white house. Just one promise can sway an entire vote.

      • Reality Seeker says:

        "You will find women will vote for Clinton, just to see better representation of women in the white house. "

        I totally agree. Most people are very shallow. Moreover, as you rightly point out: people are swayed by promises.

        From the beginning Trump has been running a general election strategy. It's designed to capture independents and attract crossover votes from the democrat party. Trump knows that many women will vote for Hillary just because. But in the general Trump will eat Hillary's lunch when he impeaches Bill's character flaws and how Hillary attacked Bill's victims. By the time Trump is done Bill Clinton and Bill Cosby will be one and the same.

        Finally, I'm not totally convinced that Hillary is even going to survive the email scandal. The establishment might have to run some other insider if she's taken down.

  4. Nasdaq7 says:

    A lot of middle class individuals and even poor people don't realise what Donald Trump represents, he represents a great opportunity for them to improve their lives. I'm sure if he enacts his mentioned economic reforms, lower taxes, personal and business possibly, then they will score. I can't understand why the middle class and poor would vote for a politician that doesn't demand something from them: start a business or improve your life in some really drastic possible way. Government assistance, support and spending is like the worst possible dependence anyone can become attached to, but if you become self-reliant, think of the possibilities for your life, self-reliance and financial independence. I can't believe the middle class and poor can't want self-reliance, financial independence, I mean doing the same financially mediocre and poor jobs for the rest of your life, never being able to save enough, earn enough, own enough, if you aren't frustrated and what something more from life, then vote against lower personal income taxes, lower business taxes, increase the national debt.

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