THE JAMES COMEDY HOUR

Fortunately for us Trump gave him the bounce. For Pete’s sake, this guy is every which way but loose. Does he know what his job (ex job) was. For some reason he is conflicted. He is in need of some truth serum. By the looks of it John McCain has trumped them all. Click here for McCain’s questioning of Comedy; time to go Senator, join Hillary in the Alzheimer’s ward. 

This was Mr. FBI beeping his horn, dancing to the music, parsing out words slower than molasses on a cold day. A political liberal hack who could not find the intestinal fortitude to do what was right – drop dead. Now that the Comedy hour is over we can get back to business. But as Yogi said it ain’t over till its over.

That’s right – the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations admits to being the leaker-in-chief – taking it upon himself to do what others are being prosecuted for – leaking information in order to damage the President and the Trump Administration.  It was revenge – pure and simple.

 

JOHN McCAIN’S LAST WAR

War is tough, Senator John McCain knows first hand how tough it was in Viet Nam; a prisoner in the Hanoi Hilton for a half dozen years. But now McCain is fighting a different kind of war, not one for his life, but for his political life. McCain, a natural born RINO, is being challenged from within the Republican Party and from the outside too. McCain’s tepid endorsement of Trump has given an opponent from the other side the ammunition needed to bring him down. Also, challengers have arose in the Party itself.

One of his opponents, Alex Meluskey, a businessman cited an internal campaign poll showing most respondents would be more likely to vote for a businessman who never ran for office over a career politician.

McCain also is facing opposition from Kelli Ward, a doctor who resigned her state Senate seat last year to run full time for the U.S. Senate, she is pushing a campaign theme of “bold, fresh and fearless,” to contrast McCain’s status as a longtime Washington insider.

The Republican primary is Aug. 30, just one day after McCain turns 80.

STIRRING THE DRINK

“The Donald” not only stirred the drink this past week, but in so doing he crushed the ice. Somethings are better said in private provided no open mike is nearby; a lesson that escaped Trump. But telling the truth exposes those who are politically correct. By coming down on Senator John McCain like a cheap suit, Trump has basically imploded his fledging campaign.

“Give them hell, Harry”, referring to Harry Truman who did give them hell.  “The Donald” is bringing it to them by exposing their hypocrisy. However, you can only carry on for so long before it blows back in your face. Trump has no other way but to confront his faux pas’s, but to keep going full steam ahead. After all that is the paradigm that the Clinton’s have utilized over the years. Move on, ignore the flames at your back and go to the next major target. Time will tell if it works for “The Donald.”