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Monday, October 10, 2016

Donald Trump civics lesson 101- America is a democracy

Zealous right wing Republicans are obsessed about forcing their extremem agenda on America. It's frighteningly dangerous, because these zealots are clearely in violoation of our Democratic Constitution. Americans are not put in jail, just because we happen to disagree with government leadership. America is not Russia. A president is not Vladimir Putin. Rather, a US president is a moral and political leader elected by the people and the opposition party is not punished for opposing the victorius caandidate. Obviously, Donald trump and his Republican right wing lock step followers don't understand how our system is made up of laws, not brute force.  It's cruel and illegal for Donald Trump to threaten Hillary Clinton with punishment, because she happens to be his esteemed and worthy political opponent.

Right wing Republicans nominated a hate filled tyrant in Donald Trump to lead their party. The zealots support him because he speaks "their" mind for them, regardless of their unhinged intentions. They are dangerous.
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Trump will soon be in a position to tell tell Republicans, "Frankly, you cowards, I don't give a damn".

Unfortunately, many respectable Republicans were just about to "dump Trump" because of his clear lack of moral leadership in light of the video tape where he described his unwanted sexual advances on women, but he woke them up in the Hillary Clinton second debate. He said to Hillary Clinton all the hate filled vitriolic nonsense they've been saying in their covens of evil seances.

Nevertheless, this vortex of deplorable followers has created an ethical dilemma for Republicans who thought there was an open door to escaping the Trump vortex of evil. But now, with his "tear her heart out" debate debacle, these Republicans just don't know what to do. They're like Scarlett O'Hara at the end of the Civil War. "What''ll I do, what'll I do?" Well, look what happened to Scarlett? She was abandoned by the one person who loved her. It's like the Republicans are the collective person of Scarlett O'Hera. "Rhett, if you go, where shall I go? What shall I do?" When this election is finally over and Hillary Clinton is the first woman President of the United States, it will be Donald Trump who will be the personification of the Rhett Butler response "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.

The sorry state of the Republican Party right now, in one tweet
Updated by Andrew Prokop for "Vox": 
"In calls this morning, many Rs privately want to defect from Trump. But they say the debate gave them pause since he roused their base."

Obviously, Republicans are cowards. In fact, the zealots among them would rather support a dictator for a presidential leader than to admit he's a dangerous disaster to the world order because of his bad behavior and poor money loosing business decisions.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton is delighted to keep Donald Trump as her running mate.  It's like running against "the devil you know" rather than risk being tossed against the one you don't.

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