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Friday, July 15, 2016

Looks Like It Is Pence for VP


9 comments:

Sarkazein said...

Not populist enough?

Sarkazein said...

We need an uber-populist with strong populist core beliefs.

Blogger said...

I had just sent some money to Trump and a few minutes later got the Pence news. I wanted my money back. The selection makes Trump look like just another Washington politician. He could have had Gingrich or Christie and kept the excitement on steroids. Instead he played it safe just like all the other politicians. I am super disappointment. It looks like his advisers are now in control and Trump is no longer Trump. I even hear his kids may be running things.

Blogger said...

Yeah just call me super disappointment.

Blogger said...

From Fox News today: . Pence, a donor-class favorite who made his career out of merging social conservatism with big-business boosterism, is exactly the kind of pick you might have expected of a Jeb Bush or Chris Christie.

It’s a bid to cheer up a bedraggled base who then mostly vanishes in the general election. Like a lower energy Paul Ryan.

But maybe the GOP has finally managed to bring Trump to heel.

Sarkazein said...

I wonder if Pence has ever received any "donations" from Trump. Both are donor class. One was a donee and the other a donor.

Florida Conserative said...

It is what it is and it is high time all GOP get behind our nominee. Unless, of course, they want Hillary. Sometimes I wonder if that is the "see I told you so" result the likes of Jeb and Mitt want to see play out. Disgusting and scary.

Wolf's Head said...

All those many years the establishment repubs tried to force their idiot candidates on us saying that we should support whoever the candidate is because they're better than "X".

Now it's time for them to take their own medicine and support the republican candidate even if they don't like him.

Sauce for the goose.

Florida Conservative said...

Having two bulls in the china shop is never a good idea. Even Newt agreed with this assessment when he praised the selection of Mike. It's all about defeating the opposition. Read the tea leaves and rally behind the GOP nominee unless you want HRC as president.