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Monday, June 06, 2016

What Republican will run for the 2016 nomination?

Clearly, the Republican party can't support a presidential candidate who is unqualified to be elected the leader of the free world. Donald Trump has proven that he is unqualified to be nominated for president. As Hillary Clinton aptly stated, "Donald Trump is dangerously incoherent". 

In "To Kill a Mockingbird", Atticus Finch said, "One thing that doesn't abide by majority rule is a person's conscience".

Therefore, who will be the GOP standard bearer and lead the party during the election?

I submit two names for my nomination. Both men have tried in the past but failed to appeal to voters.  Congressman Newt Gingrich (okay Democrats, just take an antacid Tums and deal with this potential) and Mayor Rudy Guiliani.


Suck it up Democrats because, at least, Gingrich is qualified to be nominated!

Mayor Rudy Guiliani

Of course, stupid Donald Trump is lashing out at Newt Gingrich, because the former Congressman and Speaker of the House has criticized the "Trumponian" bigotry expressed against Judge Gonzolo Curiel, who is overseeing the case against fraudulent "Trump University".

Donald Trump is increasingly behaving like a mad man:
FoxNews reports;
Donald Trump bristled Monday at supporter Newt Gingrich joining the chorus of criticism over his comments about the Mexican heritage of a federal judge -- saying it was "inappropriate" for Gingrich to weigh in, while once again defending his remarks.

For days, stupid Trump has defended claims that American-born District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, whose parents are from Mexico, has a conflict of interest as he considers lawsuits against Trump University.

Gingrich, speaking on "Fox News Sunday," called the remarks “inexcusable.”

Trump, though, pushed back during an interview Monday with "Fox & Friends."

“I saw Newt and I was surprised at Newt. I thought it was inappropriate, what he said,” Trump said.

Gingrich, though, is far from the only Republican challenging Trump's claims that the judge is biased against him because of his plans to build a wall along the Southern border. (Excuse me???? Why hasn't the media challenged this? America isn't supposed to build this idiotic wall. Does stupid Donald Trump realize, or did he forget, he said it was Mexico that was supposed to build this ridiculous anti immigration wall!)
The top two Republican congressional leaders have scolded Trump, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich -- who recently suspended his presidential campaign -- on Monday urged Trump to apologize.

Gingrich's criticism was especially pointed, coming from a figure thought to be a potential running mate prospect for Trump.
“It was one of the worst mistakes Trump has made. Inexcusable,” the former GOP House speaker, who has become one of Trump’s closest advisers, told “Fox News Sunday.”

Although Newt Gingrich is ambitious, it's doubtful he desires to be a president of "vice" with Donald Trump. Rather, it makes more sense for Gingrich to run for the leadership office himself, rather than be sucked into the wake of the doomed 2016 Republican equivilent of the Titanic.

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