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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Kudos to Republicans - right to "dump the Trump"

Finally, mainstream Republicans are united about something other than opposing every initiative launched by President Barack Obama.  Indeed, the establishment Republicans are now united against the candidacy of super rich guy Donald Trump, who is using his own money to run for the nomination to be leader of the free world. Kudos to those who deserve praise for leading the effort to rid the Republican party from the bombastic Trumponian influence. It's important to stand up against Trumponian tyranny, because it will take decades to erase the  negative and un-American brand now being sold as conservative Republicanism, by Donald Trump.
"Trump the Chump" political brand of conservatism will damage the Republica party for decades unless he is stopped.  "Dump the Trump" is essential for the Republican "brand" to keep establishment party leaders from having to suffer the cosnequences of his intimidation campaign.

As if there was any particular point in the loud Trumpity-trump intolerance message that deserved to be trashed, above all preceding in his list of intimidations, it was when protesters in Burlington Vermont were told they should be thrown into the January cold, after their coasts were confiscated. Moreover, Trump even called for the protesters to be thrown into the "gulf"....perhaps he meant the Winooski River. This cruel incident, led by "Trump the chump", in a frenzy of political zeal in Burlington, was eerie because it was reminiscent of Storm-trooper activities so ominous in the nationalistic movements led by Naziism. 

Imagine the 2016, fall negative political ad campaigns when Democrats will have so much saturation to work with as angry fodder from the Trumponian messaging. There's no doubt that Trump brands all their messaging. Republican candidates will suffer from the "carpet ads" repeating Trump's cruel sound bites.

The Washington Post reports on the Trumponian image problem. His image will cast a dark shadow on the entire Republican "brand" of conservativism. In fact, Donald Trump "the chump" paints an intolerant, anti-immigration, anti-Muslim, intimidating political party.

To sum it all up, "Jeb" aka "Jeb Bush" calls Donald Trump a "jerk".

An eloquent slam against Donald Trump was given high profile visibility by South Carolina Republican Governor Nikki Haley, during the Republican response to the January 12, President Obama's State of the Union speech. In her nationally televised response, Haley directed an overt criticism to Trump. She said, "Today, we live in a time of threats like few others in recent memory. During anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. We must resist that temptation. No one who is willing to work hard, abide by our laws, and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country."

Donald Trump continues to remind all the news media groupies about his high poll numbers, all the while he intimidates anybody who tries to expose his intolerant branding,  Meanwhile, everyone who exposed "Trump the chump" and his Storm-Trooper style has been tanked by his caustic rebuttals.  

Dark historic images like "night of the long knives" can justifiably be made between those who expose Donald Trump and how political enemies have been dealt with in the past. Indeed, the Donald Trump intimidation style is politically dangerous. Therefore, it's all the more urgent, especially when the analogies of past nationalistic zeal are remembered, for estabilshment Republicans to confront the wrong minded right wing Trumponian campaign now, raher than to wait for impending and inevitable future consequences.  

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