I think that was the most disgraceful collection of degenerates and idiots that has ever been gathered together at the White House, with the possible exception of when Donald J. Trump dined alone. –S.Kenawe, with apologies to JFK.
Friday, August 19, 2016
Worst Case of Buyer's Remorse I've Ever Seen!
I'd never heard of Bob Lonsberry because I don't pay attention to who's who in rabid talk radio, but apparently he's a thing in Rochester, New York. He hits on every reason so many people have fled from The Trumpster since his debut in June 2015, when he smeared the Latino and Hispanic communities. And then, one by one, went on to insult, demean, and lie about every other demographic in this country, except undereducated old white men.
I would just point out to Lonsberry that The Trumpster doesn't need to book a flight to go on his very, very nice vacation after he loses in November, because the billionaire flies around in his private jet, while at the same time his hapless supporters claim "he's one of us!."
The only other comment I have on Lonsberry's cri de coeur is this:
It's to your everlasting shame -- yours and the people who still believe this maniac would be a terrific president -- that you didn't figure Don the Con out long before this.
I'll remind you of your egregiously horrible judgement about the person you now call a "dumb son of a bitch." Trump always was and always will be what you call him now and, may I add, for not seeing this when millions of other Americans did, so will you.
GOP strategist: Republicans failed morally when they didn’t shun ‘racist’ Trump after birther fight
Many Republicans are in despair over the state of their presidential nominee, and some of them are writing very honest self-examinations of where both they and their party went wrong. GOP strategist Matt Mackowiak believes that the conservative movement’s original sin in this tragedy was in not shunning Donald Trump after he went on a public crusade to force President Obama to release his long-form birth certificate and prove that he was a United States citizen.
“The birther conspiracy that Trump launched in 2011 was a crucial moment for the conservative movement,” he writes on Twitter. “We knew Obama wasn’t born in Kenya. But for some conservatives, we liked seeing Obama being forced to answer questions and provide documentation. Why not release birth certificate?”
However, he goes on to say that this was a major moral lapse on Republicans’ part because everything about the “birther” conspiracy theory reeked of racism.
Yes. Yes. and Yes.
Let the TGOP wallow in the horror they brought upon themselves when they made a pact with the Devil and hoped that the endless "Birther" conpiracy pounding on President Obama would bring them electoral victories and people flocking to their party.
It didn't. It brought them the disaster that is Donald J. Trump.
The TGOP will forever be stained by this abomination.