Thursday, September 17, 2015

More anti-Trump hysteria.

Fourth in a series. The terror of the ruling class simply cannot be contained:
  • "Of course, thanks to Donald Trump, the Republican marketplace is a flaming mess at the moment." –
  • An "egomaniacal madman who has no principles" – Bobby Jindal, AP, 9/10/15.
  • "[Trump] is the definition of a RINO[.] ... [T]here's such a thing as low-information voters on the right ... and that's what we're seeing." – Katie Pavlich, FoxNews.
  • Trump's followers are "vulgar, unwashed masses ... incapable of cognitive thought or rational action" -- George Will, The Conservative Treehouse,
  • Trump supporters are engaging in a kind of "primal scream" therapy. -- George Will, 8/16/15.
  • A "one-trick pony." -- George Will, FoxNews, 8/16/15.
  • "Do we really want to give nuclear weapons to Donald Trump?" -- George Will, FoxNews, 8/16/15.
  • Unfit to be president. – George Pataki, 9/13/15.
  • "[S]uch an idiot," a "buffoon and a bombastic loudmouth." – a "senior executive and major GOP fundraiser at a large bank who also declined to be identified by name." Politico, 9/14/15.
  • “[A]n obnoxious braggart who abuses anyone who crosses him and will say or do anything as long as he’s getting attention.” – Rich Lowry, quoted a Politico, 9/2/15.
  • Trump is like a cat trained to piss in a human toilet. – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • "He’s a mouth at the wrong end of an alimentary canal spewing crap with no sense of responsibility." – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • "Trump’s glass-bottom id lets the whole world see his megalomania. He talks about himself in the third person all the time." – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • "Would you entrust him with nuclear weapons?" – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15. We trust you with sharp pencils, Jonah.
  • "[T]he room-temperature-on-a-brisk-November-day IQ." That "great spackled misshapen lump of unredeemed American id." – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • "Trump is a post-erotic pornographer, and his daft followers are engaged in the political version of masturbation: sterile, fruitless self-indulgence." – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • Trump’s "alleged virility." – – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • Trump saying his name may be on the wall between the US and Mexico is “what a dictator says. I mean, remember, it was Leningrad, and then it was Stalingrad. That’s what dictators do. That’s what dictators do." – Glenn Beck, Breitbart, 9/15/15.
  • "Trump is a post-erotic pornographer, and his daft followers are engaged in the political version of masturbation: sterile, fruitless self-indulgence." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • Re Trump's father: "[T]he line between 'low-income developer' and 'slumlord' is not a bright and straight one." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • "[N]ot very much interested in the world outside the narrow confines of his skull." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • The "horde of Mexican rapists that lives in his head." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • "[T]he annual parade of Trump-owned vulgarity known as the Miss USA pageant." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • "Trump’s dopey immigration rhetoric." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • Glib egomaniac. – Thomas Sowell, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • Not suggesting he's "an actual candidate." Jeffrey P. Snyder, Stockman's Corner, 9/16/15.
  • “There are a lot of folks who are, to be charitable, into white identity politics, and to be uncharitable are outright racists, who are supporting Trump.” – Nathan Wurtzel, Republican political consultant, Forward, 9/10/15.
On a positive note:
How is it that the same people who gave us Bush/Dole/Bush/McCain/Romney somehow think @realDonaldTrump isn't conservative enough #NRORevolt[1]
And:
It is these powers [to effortlessly bring up taboo subjects and slam them like a dead carp onto the Thanksgiving table] that terrify the establishment -- the mainstream media, the corporate elite, the RNC and the DNC and all others who embrace the status quo. The Donald -- not the faux socialist Bernie Sanders-- is today’s genuine radical presidential aspirant, the uncontrollable bull in the china shop of taboos, and elites clearly sense his power.[2]
Notes
[1] Comment by MicroAggressor ‏on "Twitter."
[2] "Why Trump Terrifies the Establishment." By Robert Weissberg, American Thinker, 9/16/15.

2 comments:

  1. There is a huge number of people out there who are tired of stepping into the voting booth and having to make a choice between which jerk wad they think will lie to them the least, which one will steal the least from the public coffers, which one makes their skin crawl the least. Their sick and tired of politicians making promises they have no intention of keeping. Sick and tired of career politicians who've never had a real job, telling those who work and struggle every day to put food on the table and keep a roof over their heads, that they have to pay more and more and more in taxes to support people who can't even to bothered to get a high school diploma or who come here in breach of our laws and depress the wages that they can earn.

    The establishment of neither the Republican or Democrat party has the faintest clue of any of this. Even if they do the sure aren't going to publicly acknowledge it. And that is why the Donald Trump story is far from over.

    It's called a paradigm shift and that is the last thing the establishment wants, something that makes people think for themselves and act on their pent up frustrations. That's why all the foolish little "gotcha" games are not working with Trump or his supporters. They've seen them all before and they are rejecting them as just another part of a political system they have come to have nothing but contempt for. Its a contempt that has been growing for years. Unfortunately for the elites, now they have a vehicle through which to vent their frustration and anger, and his name is Donald Trump.

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  2. I think that is the state of play now. Ever the optimist I but I am at the point where I just do not care if the GOP sinks beneath the waves and a Sanders, Biden, O'Malley, or Rodham presidency results. The GOP is clearly not any kind of an obstacle to the leftist lunacy of Obama and the fools in the Democrat Party and clearly Republican Senates have required zero by way of fidelity to the Constitution of nominees to the Supreme Court. So if it's possible to kill off the Republican Party, that's what I want to do if they try to game the nomination now and ditch Trump and grease the rails for El Jebo or Carly the Clueless (Islam, amnesty, outrageous pay packages).

    I will stick with Trump no matter what and if the GOP is wise it will not get stupid about his candidacy, though they seemed to be planning just such a course of action.

    The paradigm shift is occurring as we speak. At GoV there is an extract from an article about debt that says it took 125 years for the U.S. to accumulate $1 billion in debt. From 1916 to 2015, debt increased by $17,999,000,000. It was $4.2 trillion in 1993. Has any politician in ANY party shown any alarm over this let alone even pointed it out? Trump spoke the unspeakable on immigration, which is of equal danger. The alarming thing as that is only ONE of the issues we're facing and a lot of people are aware of the gravity of our problems and of the willful blindness of the politicians.

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