Tagged: republican party

There’s no escape.

The fact that the majority of Republican voters chose Donald Trump over the likes of Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, John Kasich and 13 others should be telling Republicans something.

A supreme irony.

Republican leaders have assumed that the middle class vote is firmly in the bag and that listening to some carping and bitching from that quarter is just par for the course. No big deal.

All for having passed on tea.

Had GOP elites taken a moment sometime between 2009 and now to have a sip of tea, they might never have had to confront the threat to their power that they clearly believe Donald Trump to be.

Old, worn out and discredited.

That Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson – two complete political outsiders – are number one and two in the polls for the GOP nomination ahead of party blue bloods is instructive.

Someone to sell it.

Give us a nominee who can speak to a bright future brought about by a strong military, a light regulatory burden, a belief in the American people and a cogent and resolute foreign policy based on American strength.

Obama’s spot-on election analysis.

All of the soaring Obama speeches dating back to his keynote at the 2004 Democratic National Convention came crashing back to Earth on Election Day 2014.

The Cantor earthquake.

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s seismic defeat in the Virginia GOP primary should give comfort to no one in the ruling class.