How it all turns out is anyone's guess at this point, but at least one Republican faction will be able to say "we told you so" at the end of the process. The questions are who is going to be right, and what it will mean for the party going forward.
A question: If the takers aren't standing in the unemployment line or rushing home from the second job to change diapers, just where are they? Because an awful lot of America's resources have gone missing. Like money that should be going to education, job training, healing the sick, retirement funds, infrastructure and, you know--life.
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It wasn't unpredictable that we'd see a backlash to the historic breakthrough of the first black president and the long-overdue adoption of more progressive social values. It's less predictable how that backlash will play out in the long run.
One month after he ended his own presidential bid, Graham addressed the question of which GOP frontrunner he could support, in pretty graphic fashion: "If you nominate Trump and Cruz I think you get the same outcome. Whether it's death by being shot or poisoning, does it really matter?"
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Both options are devastating to the Republican Party's brand, but at least the later option would help detach the supposed family values-aligned Party from the poisonous and barbaric style campaign that Trump's has become.
Trumpism isn't antithetical to Republicanism; it's the natural progression of Republicanism. Trumpism is the reality show version of Republicanism. Why is the GOP so surprised that the ratings are so good?
"Listen, Bernie got to get saved, he got to meet Jesus," observed Pastor Mark Burns last week in Hickory, North Carolina.
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That will end, maybe by convention time, maybe in November, but it will. His candidacy will end. His brand will be forever damaged. His vast wealth not so impressive after all.
Trumpty Dumpty climbed up a wall. Trumpty Dumpty said, "I can't fall." Everyone wondered how far he could climb so full of himself and hot air all the time.
Although at the present time it's kind of hard to believe, there is a faction of the Republican Party which looks towards the future and sees some very problematic demographic shifts awaiting it.
It's hidden there in plain sight, even if it hasn't happened since the election of 1825: The people will not pick the next president, Congress will.
It feels like we've seen this movie before - the one about opportunists scaring the crap out of us for political gain. They know it's a worn script, but they keep right on reading because Americans never get tired of remakes about those foreign devils coming to kill us -- any time now.