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Monday, August 8, 2016

All Trump all the time!


WaPo - Republicans nominate dangerously insane person to lead America, then panic when he proves he's dangerously insane. Derp:
Republicans are in a full scale panic today because Donald Trump’s candidacy appears to be in chaos. There is talk of an “intervention,” inspired in part by Trump’s continuing attacks on the Khan family. RNC chair Reince Priebus is described as “very frustrated” and “stressed,” because he is “running out of excuses” to offer party bigwigs about Trump’s political incompetence and indifference to basic political norms. Republicans are panicking because Trump is frittering away a chance to defeat Hillary Clinton amid “self inflicted mistakes” and “missed opportunities.”

In other words, if only Trump were not acting in such a crazy manner right now, he’d be on track to having a real shot to beat Clinton, and if Trump just gets a handle on his fleeting bout of bad behavior, he’ll be right back in the position of having a good chance to win. An “intervention” just might set that right.

But let’s entertain another interpretation of what’s going on here. Republicans have shifted into a much higher state of Red Alert because Trump’s erratic antics are revealing just how reckless their decision to nominate him really was, and how reckless their continued support for him really is. In other words, Trump is now threatening to damage the party in far worse ways than Republicans had bargained for, because he’s revealing in inescapably clear terms the real character and qualifications of the person they knowingly nominated to run the country and continue to support for the presidency.
I really must take issue with this.

Trump is no more of a sociopathic, ignorant, dangerous, kleptocratic fucktard than Paul Ryan, Rand Paul, Reince Preibus, Roger Ailes, Newt Gingrich, Rush Limbaugh, or anyone else who's been leading the Republican masses for the past thirty years.

He just has less impulse control. That's all.

Until America figures this out they're not going to understand their own failings.

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