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Damned if you do; Damned if you don’t

One thing the three-month hiatus did was keep me from making a really bad prediction.  Back then, I would surely pontificate, “There is no way Trump could be nominated”. So that’s not part of the record, but it sure would have been.Has anyone figure out this man?  I use that term loosely.   He’s like those targets in a shooting gallery.  You bang over the rabbit and a deer pops up. He isn’t the same two days in a row.   One day he likes something; the next day he hate it.

He obviously doesn’t like Dagoes, Wops, Frog Eaters, Potato Eaters, Rag Heads, Bean Eaters etc.  But unlike me, he isn’t a bit embarrassed putting such terms in a sentence.  They take him to task for it and he “clarifies” so that he’s only a Fascist instead  us realizing he’s not even American. But then, once upon a time, none of us were.

The Republicans have focus grouped themselves into a corner.  Coming up with plans to win at any cost — just like the Dems — has created this situation.  The situation is that nobody likes or trusts their government.  That made a Trump’s coming as obvious as those of Hitler and Mussolini and, yes, Stalin. Heck, throw in George III.  All arrive in the chaos of failing governments in need of a strong man.  And that’s all Trump is portraying.

If any past generation showed up, they’d kick our collective ass.  Many of them were stuck fighting those other dictators. We are in for chaos, if we’re lucky.  Good luck with President Hillary who Bernie morphed into another silly Populist.  And, God bless, tripartite government.  It may keep the worst at bay.

Quote of the day:

Decades ago, the wealthy owner of the Washington Redskins lamented the free-spending ways of his head coach, George Allen: “I gave George an unlimited budget, and he exceeded it.”

  1. May 16th, 2016 at 18:26 | #1

    Unfortunately we get the government we deserve. I too expected the Trumpinator to get sent packing at some time but no matter what he said, he got better and better results and his opponents got worse and worse. And it seemed like they had no clue how to handle him. Which is amazing because pinning him down on something should have been enough to burst his bubble. Instead it just proved how weak his opponents were and also how disgusted most people are with politicians in general and his opponents in particular. It also proves how caught up with celebrity most of America is. Really, Donald Trump is the Republican nominee? If he wins the election are the Dems gonna run Kim Kardashian against him next election. If Trump gets more than 50 percent of the vote, she’s guaranteed to get 70 percent.

    The most amazing thing is the fact that according to recent polls, Trump has gone from massively trailing Hillary (the presumptive Dem nominee tho she still hasn’t beaten down that pesky Sanders dude)to almost a dead heat. And that is truly amazing. Until you think about these other candidates. People are fed up with Washington, enough to vote for a Trump even. Even more amazingly, people seem to be excited enough to ome out and vote for him. Scary but true. And that may not be happening on the other side of the equation. Kind of 2008 in reverse. So you gotta ask yourself what is more scary. Hillary or Trump in the White House? Seems like a lot of people are asking that very question.

  2. May 17th, 2016 at 07:55 | #2

    Was great to see a post on your site and better yet to see you’re happier with your health etc. Everybody should click on your name and get a nice read.

  3. May 21st, 2016 at 01:13 | #3

    I think that when it really comes time to vote, anyone with any sense will desert Trump. I can’t imagine why any woman would vote for him.

    It turns my stomach to think that I will likely be forced to vote for Hillary Clinton this November.

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