May 6, 201611:25 AMBlaska's Bring It!
with David Blaska
Trump doesn’t want us anyway, so let’s return the favor
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We loves us them Hispanics. Look, we’re eating a taco! The bottle of mayo is in the kitchen sinko.
Even Alice would have freaked out if she had fallen through this year’s political looking glass. Of one thing we can be certain: this funhouse mirror ride ain’t over yet.
Donald Trump is not the Republican nominee for president; he is the presumptive nominee — and that presumes a normal process, which 2016 most definitely has not been.
Trump doesn’t even want my kind. Good luck with beating Hillary.
Trump told NBC’s Today show audience that he didn’t need to unite the whole party. According to The Daily Wire, “Those in the GOP who have dared to be critical of the real estate mogul can all go take a hike. Trump did have the courtesy to welcome his critics back, though, after his eight-year reign in the White House, of course.”
“I am confident that I can unite much of it. Some of it I don’t want.” The prickly narcissist whined, “There were statements made about me — those people can go away and maybe come back in eight years after we serve two terms,” he said. “Honestly, there are some people I really don’t want.” (Source here.)
Golly, did JEB! or Jim Gilmore disparage Trump’s family? Did Kasich claim daddy Trump was on the Grassy Knoll that November day in Dallas?
Paul Ryan sets some standards
We’re in good company, us wanderers in the desert. Paul Ryan is third in line to the presidency and the nation’s highest elected Republican, chosen by the Freedom Caucus. He’s no RINO. He IS Republicanism.
“We will need a standard-bearer that can unify all Republicans, all conservatives, all wings of our party. … Our nominee has to lead in that effort. … Now that we have a presumptive nominee who is going to be our standard-bearer, I think it is very important that there’s a demonstration that our standards will be beared.”
It sozzles Old Sparky’s threadbare circuits that true-believing Trumpbots believe their hero is “taking on the establishment.” This pay-to-play billionaire contributed hard cash to the Clintons while Ted Cruz was trying to shut down the federal government over Planned Parenthood and Obamacare. Trump IS the establishment.
Your Humble Bloggeur, alternative Republican convention delegate to the stars, does not demand ideological purity. A little Trumpian flexibility is virtue, not vice. I don’t need to shut down government over Planned Parenthood. Maybe the Trans-Pacific trade pact IS garbage. Fair enough. Policy matters but so does character.