by James Buchanan
An AFP article reports “Many say the populist crazy talk is typical of the White House primaries, but Republican frontrunner Donald Trump’s increasingly incendiary remarks are leading some conservatives to brand him a “fascist” and party rivals to ramp up attacks against him.”
I thought only far left liberals were calling Donald Trump “a fascist” or is this article letting the cat out of the bag regarding who controls the Republican Party?
The article notes “Most spectacularly, the real estate tycoon recently said he would support registering Muslims in a database, and insisted …he saw Arabs in New Jersey cheer when the Twin Towers fell on 9/11.”
If registering something is bad and implies that the registered people or items might be rounded up in the future, then why do so many politicians support registering our guns?
Frankly, most normal Americans don’t want Muslims in America, registered or not.
The article continues “Republican experts are warning that Trump could do lasting damage to the GOP, and that his nomination in the party primaries would essentially hand the presidency to Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton.”
Maybe these System Republicans should worry more about what damage has been done to their party by the Bush presidents, who drove up the National Debt with unnecessary foreign wars, and by unelectable losers like John McCain and Mitt Romney.
The Republican Party finally has a candidate whose ideas are resonating with ordinary Americans, and the first thing the stuffed shirts running the GOP can think of is how “horrified” they are by this. The Republican Party needs to be purged from bottom to top, especially at the top. Running Donald Trump for president would be a huge step in the right direction if the cowardly top Republicans don’t have a nervous breakdown, not that anyone would care.