average Americans to the political and media establishment.
parents. But most Trump supporters have simply had it with the Demosocialists and the
"Republicans in Name Only." They know there isn't a dime's worth of difference between Hillary
Rodham and Jeb Bush, and only a few cents worth between Rodham and the other GOP candidates.
Ben Carson is not an "establishment" candidate, but the Clinton machine would pulverize Carson,
and the somewhat rebellious Ted Cruz will (justifiably so) be tied up with natural born citizen
lawsuits (as might Marco Rubio). The Trump supporters figure they may as well have some fun
tossing Molotov cocktails at Wall Street and Georgetown while they watch the nation collapse.
Besides, lightning might strike, Trump might get elected, and he might actually fix a few things.
Stranger things have happened. (The nation elected a Marxist in 2008 and Bruce Jenner now wears
in 2010 and control of the Senate in 2014 and have seen them govern no differently than Nancy
Pelosi and Harry Reid. Yet those same voters are supposed to trust the GOP in 2016? Why? Trump
did not come from out of nowhere. His candidacy was created by the last six years of Republican
spending, rein in the Federal Reserve, cut burdensome business regulations, reform the tax code,
or eliminate useless federal departments (the Departments of Education, Housing and Urban
Development, Energy, etc.). Even Ronald Reagan was unable to eliminate the Department of
Education. (Of course, getting shot at tends to make a person less of a risk-taker.) No reasonable
person can believe that any of the nation's major problems will be solved by Rodham, Bush, and
the other dishers of donkey fazoo now eagerly eating corn in Iowa and pancakes in New
Anyone named Bush
Anyone named Clinton
Anyone who's held political office
Phony "official" unemployment and inflation figures
Welfare waste and fraud
People faking disabilities to go on the dole
VA waiting lists
TSA airport groping
The Federal Reserve's money-printing schemes
Wall Street crooks like Jon Corzine
Michelle Obama's vacations
Michelle Obama's food police
Barack Obama's golf
Barack Obama's arrogant and condescending lectures
Barack Obama's criticism/hatred of America
Global warming nonsense
Gun confiscation threats
Boys in girls' bathrooms
Whiny, spoiled college students who can't even place the Civil War in the correct century
. . .and that's just the short list.
Republicans have the courage to address these issues. They certainly know that none of the
establishment candidates are better than barely listening to them, and Trump is their way of saying,
"Screw you, Hillary Rodham Rove Bush!" The more the talking head political pundits insult the
Trump supporters, the more supporters he gains. (The only pundits who seem to understand what
is going on are Democrats Doug Schoen and Pat Caddell and Republican John LeBoutillier. All
the others argue that the voters will eventually "come to their senses" and support an establishment
experts--and neither Rodham nor Bush are mechanics with the skills or experience to install it.
Hillary Rodham is not a mechanic; she merely manages a garage her philandering husband
abandoned. Jeb Bush is not a mechanic; he merely inherited a garage. Granted, Trump is also not
a mechanic, but he knows where to find the best ones to work in his garage. He won't hire his
brother-in-law or someone to whom he owes a favor; he will hire someone who lives and breathes
RINOs had better get used to it. "But Trump will hand the election to Clinton!" That is what the
Karl Rove-types want people to believe, just as the leftist media eagerly shoved "Maverick"
McCain down GOP throats in 2008--knowing he would lose to Obama. But even if Trump loses
and Rodham wins, she would not be dramatically different than Bush or most of his fellow
candidates. They would be nothing more than caretakers, not working to restore America's
perhaps survive open borders; a nation can perhaps survive a generous welfare system. But no
nation can survive both--and there is little evidence that the establishment candidates of either
party understand that. The United States cannot forever continue on the path it is on. At some point
it will be destroyed by its debt.
need to be sealed; we cannot afford to feed, house, and clothe 200,000 Syrian immigrants for
decades (even if we get inordinately lucky and none of them are ISIS infiltrators or Syed Farook
wannabes); the world is at war with radical Islamists; all the world's glaciers are not melting; and
Rosie O'Donnell is a fat pig.
our borders and restrict immigration, all the other issues are irrelevant. One terrorist blowing up
a bridge or a tunnel could kill thousands. One jihadist poisoning a city's water supply could kill
tens of thousands. One electromagnetic pulse attack from a single Iranian nuclear device could kill
tens of millions. Faced with those possibilities, most Americans probably don't care that Trump
relied on eminent domain to grab up a final quarter acre of property for a hotel, or that he boils the
blood of the Muslim Brotherhood thugs running the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
While Attorney General Loretta Lynch's greatest fear is someone giving a Muslim a dirty look,
most Americans are more worried about being gunned down at a shopping mall by a crazed lunatic
who treats his prayer mat better than his three wives and who thinks 72 virgins are waiting for him
harm the nation. They are afraid he will upset their taxpayer-subsidized apple carts. While Obama
threatens to veto legislation that spends too little, they worry that Trump will veto legislation that
spends too much. You can be certain that if an establishment candidate wins in November 2016,
his or her cabinet positions will be filled with the same people we've seen before. The washed-up
has-beens of the Clinton and Bush administrations will be back in charge. The hacks from
Goldman Sachs will continue to call the shots. Whether it is Bush's Karl Rove or Clinton's John
Podesta who makes the decisions in the White House will matter little. If the establishment wins,
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