Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Trump wins Nevada Caucuses

Lake Mead National Recreation Area
near Las Vegas
It's another win for GOP frontrunner Donald Trump. Although reports of voting irregularities may tarnish tonight's victory in the Nevada Republican Caucuses, the New Yorker is poised for a big Super Tuesday next week as he's very popular among voters in the southern states that dominate next week's contests.

Deal with it: Barring a catastrophe Trump will be the Republican nominee for president. And his attacks on Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz are just a warm up for his assaults on Hillary Clinton this autumn. After all, neither man has the prospect of a federal indictment looming over them, or the responsibility for the deaths of four Americans killed during their watch.

1 comment:

Holding My Nose said...

The GOPe and it's mouth pieces in the Conservative media are melting down at the prospect of Trump winning the GOP nomination. They predict that he will lose the general election to Shrillary and take down the Senate and the House and the Supreme Court, and probably also cause your milk to curdle in the fridge. The fact that he is drawing new voters into the Republican primary/caucus process seems to be lost on them.

The Conservatives hate him because he isn't a "pure Conservative" like that last pure Conservative Republican nominee Goldwater who lost in a landslide to LBJ.

The GOPe hates him because he is a populist (meaning he appeals to common people), and because they don't control him.

What was the saying in the '60's? "You don't have to be a weather man to know which way the wind blows".