Daily Archives: January 21, 2016

No-Win Situation

I have a new conspiracy theory.

The Republican party does not want to win the presidency.

Sound outrageous? But look at the facts:

Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor and 2008 vice-presidential nominee who became a Tea Party sensation and a favorite of grass-roots conservatives, endorsed Donald J. Trump in Iowa on Tuesday, providing him with a potentially significant boost just 13 days before the state’s caucuses.

“Are you ready for the leader to make America great again?” Mrs. Palin said with Mr. Trump by her side at a rally at Iowa State University. “Are you ready to stump for Trump? I’m here to support the next president of the United States — Donald Trump.”

Sarah Palin is like political kryptonite. Why on earth would Donald Trump let this blabbering albatross even get near his campaign?

Here’s more:

At Thursday’s GOP debate, something extraordinary happened. Liberals started cheering Donald Trump.

The about-face happened after Texas Sen. Ted Cruz attacked Trump for his “New York values,” values that are “socially liberal or pro-abortion or pro-gay marriage, focus around money and the media.”

There goes any chance a state anywhere near New York is going to go for this yahoo.

Meanwhile, we have a criminal act occurring in Flint Michigan, that of tainting the water supply with lead. Here’s Marco Rubio’s dumb-assed response:

While admitting to not knowing much about the situation, Rubio did say he believes the federal government should stay out of it.

“I’d love to give you a better answer on it,” Rubio said. “It’s just not an issue we’ve been quite frankly fully briefed or apprised of in terms of the role the governor has played and the state has played in Michigan on these sorts of issues.”

Rubio went on to say that he’s unable to give “a deeply detailed answer on what the right approach should be, other than to tell you that in general I believe the federal government’s role in some of these things [is] largely limited unless it involves a federal jurisdictional issue.”

This is akin to Herman C…oops, Ben Carson’s statement that he hasn’t seen enough bodies that would make him change his mind about gun rights.

Have I made my point? It’s a race to see who can become the most ghoulish and offensive(but wait, that’s non”PC”to these shitheels).

You tell me. I got nothin’.

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