Advice for those who hate being double crossed. At one time or another we have all been double crossed, but no more so by politicians; most have two mouths and two hands. One mouth speaks to you the other is a “yessir” to those who made large donations to their campaign.
Their two hands work the same way, one shakes yours like you are the politician’s best buddy (under his breath he is thinking, “what a sucker”) ,but on the other hand, no pun intended, it is grabbing as much money it can from corporations and entities that are looking for special favors. Both cannot operate in a mutual inclusive environment. What is good for the corporation is bad for the people. Why else would a corporation voluntarily give a politician money? Think about it.
With all that has been said it is most imperative to look at where the politicians get their money. Trump is not beholden to any corporation or individual, he is self funded. The others, Cruz, Rubio, Carter and Kasich have their hand out looking for the corporate buck. Once again, will they have an ear once they ascend to the throne; of course they will, a revolving door.
The Status-Quo, better defined as “nothing will change” you have no worries. This is what the corporations are after, clarity. They do not like change, especially one that affects their bottom line or corporate plan.
But there is another group that does not like change, the career politician. And we have enough of them. Rubio, Chavez, Kasich. They are looking to leapfrog from their present position to the Oval Office. They have touted their message over and over again. We are sick and tired of their patrimony. Trump on the other hand, listen to one of his speeches or Q & A’s, he very rarely pulls punches, tells it like it is, politically correct or not.
Voters are looking for Change, Trump is Change. This is most upsetting to the Republican establishment. They are becoming nervous as a Trump win becomes more certain. What will they do to stop the Trump stampede? Right now they are forming a Republican Posse to go after the front runner. This is sick, the more they target Trump the more people coalesce around his campaign. Keep it up guys, once Trump is President, you will not be welcome to the White House.
Click here for Rush Limbaugh’s take on the Republicans creating the Trump monster.
Click here for Mitt Romney questioning Trump’s tax return. Shame on Mitt, a terrific guy, but a loser.
Lynn Vavreck, New York Times, February 23, 2016
Exit poll data from the South Carolina primary revealed that nearly half the Republicans who turned out on Saturday wanted undocumented immigrants to be deported immediately. Donald Trump won 47 percent of those voters.
Voters were asked if they favored temporarily barring Muslims who are not citizens from entering the United States, something Mr. Trump advocates, and 74 percent said they did. He won 41 percent of that group.