Saturday, July 30, 2016

Saturday Reads and So Forth

The Madman of Manhattan is all upset because Michael Bloomberg dared to speak out against him.

I am coming to the conclusion that the only question here is not that Hillary Clinton will be the 45th president of the United States, but on how big her win will be.

There are comparisons being made to Goldwater or McGovern or Mondale, and even Alf Landon, but there are huge differences.

As mentioned in the link, written in June, Trump has no real establishment support. He also has no ground game. Most unique about this election compared to 1936, 1964, 1972, and 1984, is that all of those contests involved an incumbent. This is NOT the case here. Had the GOP nominated a credible candidate, which was impossible to do this year because of the 24/7 media propaganda in favor of Trump, we would have still a relatively close election. It is not going to be close this year, and there is a distinct possibility one or even both houses of Congress will go Democratic.

The Madman of Manhattan mouths off--again--and puts his foot in it--again.

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