Wednesday, May 18, 2016

WDT: Trump releases list of 11 potential Supreme Court nominees

   With the nomination fight behind him the Trump campaign is coming together while Democrats are now in pandemonium as rival Clinton and Sanders factions get testy.

    This move on the Supreme Court should reassure the base while also making Mr. Trump look serious on important issues.

      This kind of day to day dominance of the news cycle prior to the convention is key. A successful VP pick and an entertaining convention couple propel the Trump bid which got a boost today with a new poll putting him up by four.

    Where did that certain Hillary win disappear to ?

Watertown Daily Times | Trump releases list of 11 potential Supreme Court nominees

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

So the trump haters on the right now have to admit that Trump is more conservite than Bush, Romney...pretty much everyone the GOP has ever run.

Anonymous said...

It really is a good move on Trump's part. The real issue in this election is not the destruction of the country. That's pretty well been accomplished with the vote importation program, the unworkable national debt, and the gutting of our military. No doubt the pants suit will continue those policies. The real issue is the Supreme Court. If a balance remains, then freedom will live a bit longer. Another softball playing activist, and the curtain will close much sooner. But look at the bright side. We can piss wherever we want now.

Anonymous said...

As much as I hate to say it..it's still there. Hillary will unleash the dogs eventually, release the money that was donated by Mr. Trump to the Clintons...he will say something really stupid, won't back off the wall and it spells landslide in November...regrettably.

Anonymous said...

Donald certainly looks serious with his choice of Don Willett of Texas. The guy likened trump to Darth Vader on Twitter just a few weeks ago.
Way to vet your picks Don!

Anonymous said...


Might have his choices for his " Bucket List " but should get elected first.

Anonymous said...

And how many other GOP nominees started sounding all rational and somewhat conservative to get elected, and how many of them screwed us over royally after the election?? Don't get too starry eyed yet folks.

Anonymous said...

2:40, weak. Very. If you really cared about vetting you wouldn't have bent over and voted for our Liar in Chief.

Anonymous said...

he is missing the boat with Doheny!!!

Anonymous said...

7:16, no. This way he is on record for choices. As we have seen from the Liar in Chief, this can only help people make voting decisions. Unless of course you are king of a local golf course. Then your vote is in the bag for the rest or your life, or even longer.