it's not a good day in America,
but let's just pretend that it is, shall we?
this is rich...
“Lucifer in the flesh,..“I have Democrat friends and Republican friends. I get along with almost everyone, but I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life...” this, out of the mouth of John Dumb-ass
and isn't this the best news ever!
and somebody, please,
and make that snappy.
Boner also went on to say he would vote for Trump, if he gets the nomination -- and would not even consider a vote for Cruz. And so which candidate is preferred by 4 out of 5 establishment operatives?
Thank you, Boner, thank you from the bottom of my heart. If there was ever a time to have a "son of a bitch" to be the leader of the free world, the moment is now. No --- scratch that -- let's be real...that moment has passed long ago, but this girl will settle for now. But thank you for illuminating which was which for all of the low-information voters out there -- or for even the high-information voter imbibing on the Trump punch and finding themselves a wee bit dizzy on the dreams and aspirations of another American boy, only this time a "conservative."
and how about that new running mate speaking with Megyn Kelly -- who said --
“This isn’t over until someone reaches 1,237. … I believe Ted Cruz will be our nominee. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are virtually indistinguishable in their positions. And he cannot be our nominee, and if he were to be our nominee, Hillary Clinton would be our president. And that is a future that I’m not prepared to lay by and allow to have happen.” and thank you, Carly Fiorina.
so for kicks and giggles, how about we consider the day Ted Cruz is having these days, shall we?
and while the prevailing sentiment seems to be he is playing games....that he's desperate...jumping the gun and putting horse before cart yadi yadi yada by outlining his VP long before convention...
Well, keep it up, CRUZ! And let me just add, if Cruz is king of the sideshows and circus acts -- what does that make Trump?
oh and speaking serious, how about that foreign policy speech?
yeah, it was kinda good, wasn't it.
it was just nice to hear him speak without yelling or calling anyone names or sounding like he's standing at the craps table.
Here's a Rushie analysis, in full conversation in real time -- go EB...Excellence in Broadcasting!
Here's a second analysis from my favorite place @The Patriot Post...Better Than Blaming America First.
are we having fun yet?
and yet, in the post (linked above) by Nate Jackson, he summed up a couple of " 'yuge' red flags...." so let me highlight:
First, Trump obviously doesn’t think deeply about anything, so his speech was, as is typical of everything he says, all over the map in terms of a guiding vision. Trump has now taken both sides of almost every issue, just as Obama does. For example, Trump promised to eradicate the Islamic State “very, very quickly,” but he also rejected a large ground force or occupation. How would he accomplish his goal? He didn’t say. He said U.S. foreign policy should be “more unpredictable” but also “disciplined, deliberate and consistent.” A good start would be a consistent speech. And that’s only scratching the surface of his inconsistencies.
Second, our biggest worry is exemplified in this single quote: “I’m the only one — believe me, I know them all — I’m the only one who knows how to fix it.” Since 2008, we’ve gone from “Yes We Can” to “Yes I Can.” We’ve endured almost eight years with a man who still thinks he’s the messiah, and we have no desire for a similar second coming.
it's a good day, indeed.
One thing that Nate noted there in the end should be addressed by me, little g, tee hee...and that being the part going like this: "He said U.S. foreign policy should be “more unpredictable” but also “disciplined, deliberate and consistent.” A good start would be a consistent speech."
and the thing is, this girl totally gets what Trump is saying; and not only do I get it, but I agree! For in the area of foreign relations and policy, being "more unpredictable" on the front lines, in military strategy, in protecting and defending people -- whether our own or in another land -- we MUST keep secrets and be "unpredictable!" For how stupid is it to tell the enemy (and even fellow Americans at times) exactly what we are doing and why and how and when! Can I get an amen, or perhaps better, a oorah! in formation?! The element of surprise IS a military cornerstone! Hello??? Trojan Horse, anyone?
And speaking of surprises,
can we just stop and notice how Biden is heating up?
upon this great and good day in America, sure hope somebody on the right is preparing for the JB takeover...just in case...but who am I but just a girl...
here's the thing,
Cruz has not captured the flag, to date, because of things like this:
"The amazing thing is, that basketball ring in Indiana, it's the same height as it is New York City and every other place in this country,"
nice analogy but the buzzer got you beat, buddy. just sayin'
Basketball ring? really? seriously? even I know it's a HOOP!
and this girl loves playing H O R S E....but I digress.
America has halfheartedly picked Trump because he is all alpha all the time.
America wants somebody to take control of the reins and run with it, make it great again, maybe even do a little good, and most of all, put America first without apologies.
This is a no-Brainer, no Boner, no Blaming America hat trick, alongside Cruz behaving -- presidentially speaking -- as the polar opposite of Trump. Propped up by bogus media bias, with Drudge highlighting every single Cruz mistake, and Fox News declaring Trump the winner (in spirit) only every single freaking day, the horse has arrived and sits inside the pearly gates, folks. And Trump's mission, being the man's man, alpha persona, dog whistling dixie-do-little-or-alot, is of no surprise; and not only does it come naturally to him, it has encouraged many Americans to perceive things seen and unseen.
oh it's a good day to be a hot mess in America.
and so let's just wrap things up.
if this were a game, and it is, Cruz is on E (and it's not for empty). Let's hope it's for ELECTRIC ELECTORATE -- or at least enough to get him to the big show, shall we?
I mean, how much fun will that be...a contested convention collision. I think it has a nice ring to it, don't you?
Make it a Good Day, G