Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Stupid wrapped in ridiculous...

and it's getting worse.

My reading list is shrinking daily.  At this rate, I won't have anything to read in another week or so.

Mark Levin has joined the "never Trump" crowd and vows to not vote for him if he's the nominee.  He also still believes that Michelle Fields is a victim of thuggery by the Trump campaign, so his opinions don't count for much.

Erick Erickson, in a bid to retain some relevancy, has predicted that the dems will bury Trump in negative ads and the Cruz delegates will "save" us in July.  No link on purpose.  Does anyone pay any attention to negative political ads?  For that matter, does anyone pay any attention to Erick Erickson?

George Will had this to say:
Were he to be nominated, conservatives would have two tasks. One would be to help him lose 50 states — condign punishment for his comprehensive disdain for conservative essentials, including the manners and grace that should lubricate the nation’s civic life. Second, conservatives can try to save from the anti-Trump undertow as many senators, representatives, governors and state legislators as possible.
Manners and grace?  Like we've witnessed for the past 8 years?  Is that the manners and grace you're talking about, George?  And we're supposed to save senators and representatives who have done absolutely nothing to stop Odumbo the past eight years?  Yeah, I'll get right on that. 

Manners and grace is no doubt what drove Glenn Beck to don swimmer's goggles and gracefully roll his face in crushed Cheetos.  And now he's claiming that if Trump wins Indiana he will be on suicide watch.  Even more fun is his saying, "Tell me another time in our nation’s history that you have witnessed where Indiana matters.”  Now that's really mannerly.

I've watched and listened to both Ted Cruz and Donald Trump closely the past few months.  I even stood in line to see Ted Cruz in person when he came to Coeur d'Alene.  I hope to see Trump when he comes to Spokane.  However, if paid protesters threaten mayhem, I will not go, not because I fear these people, but because I fear I may unleash some 70 year old lady whoop ass on one of them.  I am still capable of being dangerous.

I'm not liking what's coming out of the Cruz camp lately.  Ted saying Trump would "encourage riots in Cleveland" is over the top. 

And though it might seem petty, I'm really tired of his two little girls being paraded around like decorative roses on a chocolate cake. I'm old school and think children should be seen and not heard.  Allowing them to dominate and take center stage at his town hall was annoying.  I'm not voting for someone's kids or their wife.   Fiorina stating that she loves his kids and regaling us with a little ditty she sings to them is of no consequence.

More than anything else, Trump has uncovered what some of us have known for some time.  The democrats and republicans are just one 'ol big corrupt bunch of people trying to hang onto their federal tax-payer supplied largess.  Ordinary people are standing back and saying, "What the hell is going on?" 

Can Trump do what he says he can do?  I don't know, and neither do you or any of the pundits who have lost control of their pie holes. We also don't know whether Cruz can or will do what he claims.

The Bottom Line

As it stands right now, I'm supporting Trump for president.  That can always change since it's a long way to November.   

Lynne Patton, a black female Trump executive, speaks about the Trump family she knows. 


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