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RageIt had to happen; it didn’t take a dark and stormy night either. It did take the American voting population in a colossal snit, choose to clean out that stable called Capitol Hill.

Turn Out the Lights, the Republican Party is Over

The 2016 election will be remembered as the year the Republican Party ceased to exist as a viable national political organization.

This is the year that an insurgent candidate, Donald Trump, captured the nomination despite the opposition of 16 establishment candidates, their operatives, party leaders, consultants, special interests, major donors and the majority of the “conservative” media.

For a while, there was partial unity as most of the defeated candidates and their supporters endorsed Trump, even Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Yet, after the revelation of a 2005 ‘hot mic” recording of Trump engaging in crude “locker room” sexual banter with Billy Bush, an entertainment reporter, many of these party leaders have abandoned their nominee.

Among this group are Arizona Senator and 2008 GOP presidential nominee John McCain and South Dakota Senator John Thune. In fact, last weekend, there was a stampede of Republicans in Congress, including Congressman Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania, calling on Trump to step aside. [snip]

Trump drew millions of people to the GOP primaries and collected more votes than any Republican presidential candidate in history. Eventually, he won 37 states and four times the number of delegates as his nearest competitor, Ted Cruz.

Since the nomination, he has drawn much bigger crowds than any other Republican presidential candidate since Ronald Reagan. He easily achieved the record number of small dollar donations, even though he started fundraising very late in the process.

Among the rank and file, Trump is very popular. The problem is that among the party elite, there is utter hatred for Trump. He has not been endorsed by 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney or by former Presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush. Only 1996 GOP nominee Bob Dole has remained loyal to Trump, although his health does not permit him to campaign for him. [snip]

Trump drew millions of people to the GOP primaries and collected more votes than any Republican presidential candidate in history. Eventually, he won 37 states and four times the number of delegates as his nearest competitor, Ted Cruz.

Since the nomination, he has drawn much bigger crowds than any other Republican presidential candidate since Ronald Reagan. He easily achieved the record number of small dollar donations, even though he started fundraising very late in the process.

Among the rank and file, Trump is very popular. The problem is that among the party elite, there is utter hatred for Trump. He has not been endorsed by 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney or by former Presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush. Only 1996 GOP nominee Bob Dole has remained loyal to Trump, although his health does not permit him to campaign for him. [snip]

This entire debacle should be a clear indication to populists and conservatives that the Republican Party is no longer their home. If the party will not support Trump, the grassroots should no longer support the Republican Party.

This betrayal should not be forgotten by the people who work every day, pay taxes and make this country work. The Main Street Republicans are no longer represented by the Wall Street party brokers.

The sad thing is that the party establishment is more afraid of a Trump presidency than a Clinton presidency. In fact, they are quite comfortable with the idea of a Clinton presidency.

Paul Ryan and many of these critics say they are working to preserve the Republican majorities in Congress, but these efforts are worthless. As we have seen in the Obama years, a GOP majority in Congress cannot stop a President determined to pursue a liberal agenda.

Under Hillary Clinton as President, a GOP congressional majority will not be able to stop her. Contrary to the vision of our Founding Fathers, there are no longer three co-equal branches of government. The balance of power has shifted to the executive branch and the presidency, especially with a weak and inert Congress afraid to stand on principle. [snip]

The GOPe is as corrupt as Hillary and the Jackasses. What was formed as a Constitutional Democracy, really a republic has been turned into an oligarchy by those interested in power and money and not always in that order. One item all lust after is the open borders unfettered immigration and a global currency for free trade.

We’ll look like Sweden and Western Europe in a short time.

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If there is anything more amusing than the peccadilloes that fall out of the pockets of the elite, the well to do (presumed), politicians, a variety of members of the religious orders, nationally elected officials while acting officially and in some golf locker room, we shall be more than willing to listen to anyone pronounce that batch of iniquitous Individuals a showcase for the driven snow.

One example of pusillanimity is the current House Speaker who lied to the House, his constituency, and the Country about how he was going to deal with Obama and the budget. Obama got everything he wanted; the voters, especially the conservatives got a hefty tax bill.

Now he telling them “UP YOURS” with Trump since Ryan turned out to be a Globalist, an open border clown and doing who knows what under the covers in bed with Obama.
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After all Ryan’s twirking of the voters, he overdoses on Viagra to tell America he can’t deal with Trump. Here is the GOP that has been putting the skids to you for all these years.

Ryan is looking for the same thing that Hillary wants: Open Borders and unlimited migration for cheap labor. Business will pay for their pensions; what about your retirement? The hell with that! What about your daily living costs. All this while some no habla inglis has your job.