Wishful thinking. These are very hierarchical creatures, almost incapable of thinking individually. They would line up behind Mao or Uncle Joe if they won primaries like Dump.
I’m not seeing this. I’m seeing constant praise of “the candidate”, with grumbling from a few whose oxen he’s gored. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2016/06/20/how-can-trump-win-the-many-undecided-evangelicals-we-asked-them/
The rats are abandoning the sinking ship.http://www.alternet.org/election-2016/donald-trump-accused-rape-federal-court-lawsuit
The Trump supporters see in him, a hope of not being ignored as the establishment politicians have been doing; his quirks and gaffes ignored. And the GOP not having a solid plan to replace him comes across as reluctant acceptance, but still acceptance.
Perhaps another “scare tactic” to help rouse the rabble?
What’s grey and has four legs and a trunk? A rat going on vacation.
I’ve heard that Hitler wasn’t very good at fund raising either.
This is the worst election I’ve ever seen. By far. We have had to choose the lesser of 2 evils before, but this time they are equally bad. I hope the FBI hurries up the Criminal Indictment of H. Clinton so Sanders can become the Nominee.The white house has Said, it is a Criminal investigation, The FBI says it’s not an investigation, it is an Indictment.People will be up the S creek if they wait until/if she is elected to send her to jail.I don’t want Trump in charge of the red-phone, or whatever they call it, when the call comes "should we laugh the nuclear bombs.
It might be they need SCUBA gear to pull off a free ascent to get away from that ship, sinking to the bottom of the bay.
And Hillary’s server was never hacked, unlike DOD, OPM, USPS. And so far NONE of the “classified” emails were “classified” at the time they were sent.For years both sides have chosen to “classify” after the fact.
Republican activists clamoring to block Donald Trump from the GOP nomination say they’re suddenly in the midst of a Dump-Trump bump.News of the mogul’s dismal fundraising and skeletal campaign staff has energized the ragtag band of delegates looking to unseat Trump as the party’s nominee at next month’s national convention. A handful of Republican Party insiders, long dismissive of attempts to block Trump, are now more convinced that there will be a substantive effort to stop him.Story Continued Below“It’s implausible but not impossible given the unrest,” said Randy Evans, a Republican National Committeeman from Georgia.
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