So, except for the DNC’s tawdry display of unAmericanism, in reality, the shouting is all but over and the real bloodletting will soon begin. Like democrat operatives do, Republican ones will study every word, phrase and utterance of DNC speakers to be used as ammunition in the forth coming campaign. Why bother. Hillary is so damaged and vulnerable that Trump should be able to destroy her easily. Besides, Hillary is not beloved by the Democrats. It’s our side from where the dangers will come.
Donald Trump defeated sixteen other Republican candidates, on his own measure, using his own tactics and his own funds, the happy result being that the “establishments elites, the Republican One World Government crowd, were driven from the field in confusion and temporarily, have retreated in disarray. They didn’t know what hit them. They do now. It’s called populism. Beware, there’s rough seas ahead.
The GOP convention is over and Donald Trump is the new
face of the Party.
After all the glowing accolades about how his adult children shined, intellectually, politically, economically and beautifully, including his lads; after all the great speeches by some of his political friends and foes, there still remains ‘heavy seas’ ahead against which Trump must defend himself. I’m sure he knows, but it’s his back I worry about because the sinister detritus and jetsam of the campaign, the sore losers, and their media supporters, the Romney’s, McCain’s, Will’s, Ericsson’s, Kristol’s, et. al., won’t forget and won’t let go!. #Never Trump is their motto!
The GOP is filled with Trump haters who in order to save their political and financial careers, will bend heaven and earth to see that that presumptuous upstart looses the election to the Democrat candidate even apparently, if its the criminal but still un-indicted Hillary Clinton. The word for it is treasonous but, nothing will come of it lest the Trump voters shall do it themselves.
First on my list of really dangerous Republicans is that black hearted Ohio Governor John Kasich. He too signed a pledge to support the GOP candidate, who ever it would be, but was so incensed at his poor, forth place showing to an upstart in early primaries, that he even extended his losing campaign out to the bitter end even after the third place runner-up, Little Marco, had long since abandoned his chase. There be some rocks and shoals ahead, matey.
Any remarks on this subject cannot be complete without considering the second place finisher, Senator Ted Cruz. Ted Cruz is an enigma to me. Mr.100% conservative voting record, Supreme Court lawyer, and Solicitor General of Texas, lacks one important element in his character, trustworthiness. Sen. Cruz agreed to speak at the GOP convention but instead of using it as an opportunity to display his magnanimity and statesmanship, instead threw down the gauntlet of resentment. “The weed of ‘envy’ bears bitter fruit; Who knows what ‘anger’ lurks in the hearts of men?” It’s not the Shadow this time. Poisonous envy can be seen on every TV channel, heard on every radio talk show and even on great Internet shows like fetchyournews.com and the great conservative and Christian blog site, americaoutloud.com, among others.
Pursuing a political campaign, even long after its expiration date, is costly. John Kasich tried and failed. Who was funding him, the establishment GOP? Not the citizens of Ohio I bet. It’s in those dark places where the hidden dangers for Donald Trump lurk. I’m sure he’s aware of them.
Remember, freedom is the goal, the Constitution is the way. Now, go get ‘em!