Monday, April 25, 2016

If Megyn Can Get Over It, So Can Everyone

        A friend of mine told me one of the major reasons for not supporting Donald Trump was the raucous feud with Megyn Kelly, so now that they have a major interview scheduled, the women's issue seems to have faded. So it's OK to support The Donald, especially given the alliance from Hell between John Kasich and Lyin' Ted.

       Imagine all those North Country "John McHugh Republicans" craving the sensible center who placed their hopes with Governor Kasich, now to be jolted with this Faustian deal in the waning days of the primary process.

      The stop Trump movement is failing and by May 3, with a Hoosier win, victory will be virtually assured for Mr. Trump.

       Now all those who felt for social or professional reasons they had to spurn Trump on the cocktail circuit can come out....unless they are supporting Secretary Clinton, in which case they are truly RINOs.

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Anonymous said...

It won't ever be safe to come out in support of trump.
Remember the Firefox CEO who donated $1000 to proposition 8 in California? Where the most liberal state in the nation voted to define marriage as between a man and a woman instead of changing the definition? He had to resign from his own company.

Danny M. Francis (Eyepublius) said...

She is ready to confront him now that "she has stopped bleeding from wherever."

Trump's words - NOT mine.

Deal with it.

Anonymous said...

I believe the Republican party will unite behind Trump. I further believe Trump has a path to the presidency. I doubt minorities are going to vote in the same numbers for Clinton as they did in 2008 and 2012 for Clinton. Second, there's about 50 million gun owners in the US. It's possible Trump (actually Clinton) can motivate them to vote Trump in much larger numbers this time around than Romney was able to do in 2012. Trump also enjoys wide support from white, working class Democrats. Also, I believe once minorities take a close look at Trump will see that he's not a bigot nor an extremist. Even among women, I believe Trump will do better than currently expected.

Finally, people shouldn't overlook the Charisma factor. Trump is entertaining and charismatic, something Clinton definitely is not. Just compare the size and enthusiasm they generate on the Campaign trial. Also Trump has proven he can destroy his opponents.,

Anonymous said...

You've all been played by the greatest ringmaster Orange Top Trumpkin.

Now the fraudster is getting cozy and is paying to educate himself or paying establishment types to get this darn delegate count and it is too little to late.

Anonymous said...

Lots of things are said,
Dannie. Your president campaigned in all 57 states. Hillary asked what difference does it make when questioned about the Benghazi murders, leaving her previous claim of them being the result of a video. You yourself called all Republicans racist. Some little CNN babe told us not to hire veterans, as they are all damaged. I would only hope to see the day when your selected quotes offer balance between the two political parties. C'mon Dan, it's ok for you to stop seeing partisanship in every thing you say.