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Will anyone miss George?

June 27, 2016 at 6:50 am 83 News
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Commentator George Will’s distaste for Donald Trump reportedly has him waving goodbye to the Republican party and sending a shocking message to GOP voters: Hillary Clinton is the better option.

“This is not my party,” Will said at a Federalist Society meeting in Washington, D.C., on Friday, according to PJ Media, a conservative news website.

Will — a Washington Post columnist and Fox News contributor — went on to announce he changed his party affiliation to “unaffiliated” weeks ago when House Speaker Paul Ryan finally endorsed the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Although the Pulitzer Prize winner wouldn’t say who he is voting for, he said his advice to Republicans is to make sure the brash New York billionaire stays far away from the Oval Office.

“Make sure he loses,” Will said of Trump. “Grit their teeth for four years, and win the White House.”

Former New Hampshire GOP Chairman Fergus Cullen, who expects Trump will lose to Clinton in a landslide, said he understands Will’s decision.

“I haven’t got to a point where I’d quit the Republican Party,” Cullen told the Herald. “Trump is going to lose and some of us need to be around to pick up the pieces afterward.”

More Republican candidates will join Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk in voicing their opposition to Trump, Cullen predicted.

“Sooner or later almost every candidate who is going to be on the ballot this year is going to reach that conclusion, that they are going to separate themselves from Trump,” Cullen said, “that they can’t be half-pregnant concerning his candidacy.”

Will this week urged Republicans to keep their wallets closed to the Trump campaign, writing in The Washington Post: “They can save their party by not aiding its nominee.”

In April, Will set Trump in his sights when he wrote about the tendency in politics to either seek an ideal good or avoid the worst possible outcome.

“Both sensibilities have their uses, but this is a time for prudence, which demands the prevention of a Trump presidency,” Will wrote.

But former Alabama GOP Chairman Marty Connors said while Will’s intellectual aversion to the populist presidential nominee may make waves in the nation’s capital, it’s unlikely to sway many voters.

“Washington, D.C., and those who live upon it are part of the bubble,” Connors said. “They are not necessarily in touch with the rest of the country.”

Connors called Will’s proposal to write off the 2016 race and focus on 2020 “shortsighted” given the likelihood of numerous Supreme Court vacancies coming up in the next four years.

“I’m sure he’ll be applauded by those who are in the bubble,” Connors said. “But those of us in America will think differently.”

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  1. systemsz@mail.com June 27, 2016 at 8:44 am

    These people are insane.

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    • DrGadget June 27, 2016 at 4:45 pm

      Trump isn’t even President yet, and he’s already kicking RINO’s to the curb. Way to go, Donald. I’ve seen GW’s columns lately. His hatred for Trump has revealed his liberalism. This was just a matter of time. He’s come unhinged.

      “Both sensibilities have their uses, but this is a time for prudence, which demands the prevention of a Trump presidency,” Will wrote.

      Seriously, George? Hillary has “issues”? She’s a full-on moonbat. Allowing Hillary to win is not prudence, it’s national suicide. She’s on the wrong side of every issue, re-establishes the definition of inveterate liar, and is batting around 000. In his entire life, Trump has done nothing anywhere near as bad as Hillary has in just the last 4 years. There’s no comparison.

      At this stage, a never-Trumper is really pro-Hillary. Might as well yell “Death to America!” Hillary wants to destroy what’s left of the country. This much is self-evident.

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:08 pm

      And they show they are traitors to both their oath and the people of this nation..

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    • darkcyder June 29, 2016 at 10:25 am

      It riles them to believe that you perceive the web they weave. Moody Blues, but fitting. I hope George doesn’t fool himself into believing that any of us actually took him for a republican. It’s always been: Let’s throw the mic to George so he can bring us back to the left a bit.

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  2. Scruffy-USN-Retired
    Scruffy-USN-Retired June 27, 2016 at 8:56 am

    George Will finally stopped lying and pretending to be a Republican but in reality was a RINO working for and supporting the Democrats.
    The loss of such dishonest Liberal trash IS A GOOD THING! 🙂 🙂

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    • wilhelm1 June 27, 2016 at 10:16 am

      Well, Well Old Georgie the “Syndicated Columnist” shouldn’t that be “Syndicated Communist”? They have freedom of the press but never
      have to pay for their mistakes and untruths like you and I.

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    • 7789361 June 27, 2016 at 10:28 am

      Hillary will legislate wrongs as rights, just like Obama and friends. Hope she does not get the opportunity to do so. Democrats like George can have her, good riddance.

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    • Patriot502003@yahoo.com June 27, 2016 at 1:30 pm

      This may come as a surprise to some,but Mr. Trump is the LAST contestent on the Republican side. He OBVIOUSLY has awakened the “Silent Majority” that my old friend Patrick J. Buchanan coined during the Nixon days. With that in mind, I am confused as to why the Republicans who are running for reelection are steering clear of Trump. Hell, I would be asking “The Donald” to show up at some of my rallies! We gave Mitt his chance and he was just too soft.

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:12 pm

      It’s all about the dough.. They think it will stay pouring in under hillary, unlike with Trump.. That’s why they ignore OUR voice.. To their peril.

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    • vietnamvet June 27, 2016 at 9:08 pm

      We have finally forced George Will out of the Republican Party.
      … Anybody tired of winning, yet?

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    • hpinnc June 27, 2016 at 9:53 pm

      Yes, & I say good riddance, I quit reading his RINO drivel long ago. He is part of the Washington establishment, him & Kraulthammer. If they think the nation would be better off with Hilary than with Trump they are far more stupid than I thought. If we wait around to 2020, we may not have a nation left to care about.My main reason for supporting Trump is to keep her from appointing almost the entire SC before she would leave office. IMMHO, if she gets in the oval office, the country will change drastically to THE UNITED SOCIALIST STATES of AMERICA.I am an old man, I hope I never see or hear tell of her being any wheres near the oval office.

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      ltuser June 28, 2016 at 1:45 am

      I have never understood why fox even keeps Krauthammer as a ‘news contributor’…

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  3. backpacker June 27, 2016 at 9:04 am

    George, don’t let the door hit you on your rear end on the way out! Put on a pair of panties and go to bed with all of the RINOS: Marco RINO, Jeb RINO, Lindsey PANTIES Graham, Ryan RINO, McCain RINO, Orin RINO Hatch, McConnell and all of the rest of the OPEN BORDERS, BIG SPENDING RINOS. Why don’t you George, become ADVISORS to Obama the Communist and Hillary CRIMINAL BIG SPENDING DEMORAT!!!! Maybe on garbage day, George, you can get into a Waste Management garbage can and the garbage men can throw you into the back of the garbage truck and then throw you into the GARBAGE DUMP, where you belong!!! How is that for your PHD, George? You are one of those that belong to the INTELLIGENSIA, an EDUCATED IDIOT!!!

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    • pm5200 June 27, 2016 at 3:45 pm

      Agreed, P H D stands for Piled High and Deep, that fits George Will to a TEE.!!!!!

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:13 pm

      It certainly doesn’t stand for intelligence!

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    • hpinnc June 27, 2016 at 10:07 pm

      I haven’t listened to him lately, can anyone tell me what one good reason he says for not supporting Trump. Yes he says some things I think he would be better to keep silent on, but how long has it been since we had a candidate that spoke his mind, even if you don’t agree with everything he says or the way he fixes his hair. I like the fact he is not beholding to any of the “establishment” Washington crowd, I like that he speaks his mind & is not afraid to say what he thinks, even when I think he needs to tone it down some. He has shown to me he can be presidential & actually be that way when he wants too. Washington needs shaking up, & I think he is the one who is capable of doing it. VOTE FOR MR. TRUMP in Nov.

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  4. shortystuff June 27, 2016 at 9:06 am

    These are the same people that kept telling everyone Trump will lose in the primaries. These RINO’s need to all change their affiliation and call themselves DemoRats. Hopefully true conservatives will take the Republican party back to where it belongs.

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  5. Rjptruthskr June 27, 2016 at 9:19 am

    George Will has always been a RINO and apparently always will be. I have said it before and I will say it again:this election is not about conservative vs. liberal. It is about American vs. Globalist, and since both parties’ establishment are Globalist, it is about American vs. Republicrat.
    George Will is a Republicrat, as is his hero, George W. Bush. (We would not have the likes of Obama if it weren’t for Bush’s abandoning conservativi and the republican base.). I say good riddance to George Will. This will surely affect his career, as he is now irrelevant. Maybe he can get a job writing speeches for the Hildebeast.

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    • backpacker June 27, 2016 at 6:43 pm

      Rjptruthskr, Very well said! Excellent commentary!!!

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  6. MadeinAmerica33 June 27, 2016 at 9:30 am

    The old school Republicans are still holding Trump accountable , because years ago Trump joined the “Reform Party” to run in the primary for Prez. Ross Peroit was the candidate that ran as Reform Party . This caused the Republicans to loose the Election to the Democrats, as Ross P. slip the votes. Trump did quit the Reform Party and came back to the Republicans. Seems the old school Republicans, still want to punish him even if it means they will cause the loss this time to the Dems.

    They really need to wake up and start backing Trump, THERE is too much at stake.

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  7. historybuff June 27, 2016 at 9:39 am

    George can do what he wants – he is a big boy. But…..a really stupid big boy. “Grit your teeth and win the White House in four years.” Does he really believe that? Do all the other GOP elite deserters also believe that? We have had eight disastrous years of Obama, who has partially succeeded in “fundamentally transforming America.” Four more with Hillary, and kiss America good-bye. Between the Leftist Democrats, a leftist media and an ultra-leftists educational system, it’s about over – they have won the minds of many of our youth, and rallied multiple minorities behind them, which equals a majority in the voting booth. How do we take back the WH in four years without a Congressional majority? Do these clowns think the GOP will remain in power there?

    America’s – and the western world’s – growing inability to face the truth could be the next “decline and fall of…” I am not a Trump fan, but he gets my vote. It’s sort of like, “…old age is no fun – but consider the alternative.” Now – not in four years – is the time, George.

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:18 pm

      Perhaps these ignoramuses think that we will forget their traitorous acts, and keep voting them in in 2-4 years..

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  8. 7sevens June 27, 2016 at 10:21 am

    That someone who claims to be conservative and aligns themselves with a teeth gritting four years is either a liar, a sympathizer or insane.
    A Clinton presidency would be the single most destructive thing to happen to the USA since Barrak Obama.

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  9. Zeke June 27, 2016 at 10:23 am

    The fact that George Will does not see the importance of the next 3 supreme court nominees says it all about him. In the 1930s, FDR with congress broke the will of the court. The question was does congress and the president have the right to take power not given to them by the constitution. There is a new question before the court now. That is, does the president have the right to take power when even congress does not pass a law to give him that power. There are already 4 liberal judges that are more than happy to oblige.

    Trumps slate of proposed judges is a good one. If George Will cannot see the importance of not electing a democrat, he gets no respect from me.

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    • DonOldGuy June 27, 2016 at 2:53 pm

      I’m glad someone finally pointed out the similarity to the power grab made by FDR. I despise Trump, I’m a vet, a gun owner, a Bible clinging believer. The only thing between us and total anarchy is our system of laws and checks and balances. The demented individual in the WH truly believes he has the right to throw away our sovereignty, due process, and our Constitution. Trump is a totally self absorbed leader who never had to answer to a Board of Directors, so his business acumen is questionable. That puts him just slightly ahead of a twisted, self absorbed money grabber, with no love for the U.S. My true hope is that the Republicans will find someone that, by a record of understanding of the importance of the rule of law and justice, is, obviously, a better choice. I truly believe that the choice of Hillary to appoint the upcoming Justices (I really don’t like Trump’s choices on Family issues) will destroy anything resembling a Constitutional Republic. Of Course if they select a McCain, Ryan, or Kasich, we would never know the difference from a Hillary presidency. At that point “What difference would it make?”

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    • pm5200 June 27, 2016 at 3:53 pm

      NEITHER ME, George has lost his mind, if he had a mind to start with.

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  10. Vincent Dougherty June 27, 2016 at 10:31 am

    George should stick to commenting about baseball. His Cubs have areal chance this year. I thought George was a Democract all these years. He has never been a supporter of the GOP. He has been more liberal than conservative all his career…

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    • taxed2deth June 27, 2016 at 2:53 pm

      I thought he was too! All the commentaries he does seems to give the libtard side of an issue! Must be early onset Alzhiemers if he thinks for ONE MINUTE that the lying sack of dung Killary would be better than ANYONE for president!!!!!

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:20 pm

      And this is why many people think there should be a Maximum age one can be to serve in congress. Too many suffering from dementia!

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    • pm5200 June 28, 2016 at 3:23 pm

      George Will is a “Syndicated Columnist”(IDIOT) Should get out of politics.
      I suppose he thinks Trump can’t do the job, but what does he know?
      Why don’t he run he knows so much about it, he thinks he does anyway.

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  11. ragweed June 27, 2016 at 10:47 am

    George Will always acts like he smells something bad. I wish he would be so fed up with everything that he takes his nose that smells something bad away and does not appear for at least 8 more years. He is pure trash…..

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  12. disqus_IdKgyc1Wsv June 27, 2016 at 11:01 am

    George will has provided us with yet another example of wisdom not always coming to us as a blessing of age. I can understand him saying that he will not vote for Donald Trump. That’s his right as an eligible voter. But when he goes on to say that he will vote for Hillary Clinton he’s gone over the edge and is plummeting deep into insanity. How else can you explain what Will is saying? Hillary Clinton is the most evil, corrupt and unqualified person to have ever run for any office. Her resume is filled to overflowing with her crimes, scandals, incompetence and misdeeds. She’s left more dead in her wake than a platoon of Marines. And this is the candidate that George Will says he prefers to Donald Trump!? Me thinks it’s time for George to go quietly into that big padded cell in the sky. Farewell George, I’ll try to remember you when you were sane and rational.

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  13. phillipmasterson June 27, 2016 at 11:02 am

    George who?

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  14. cgraving June 27, 2016 at 11:13 am

    I suppose we’ll see, George Will, training with ISIS next.

    What an embarrassment these rinos are being. That get their little clingers-on types to write in some derogatory lines opposing Trump voters so it appears they have a leg to stand on. Hillary Clinton should be in prison. It’s so weird how one can get to a certain point in life that they are immune from the law. She could probably kill someone on film, and they’d still wiggle her out of it. After making up lies regarding someone else’s involvment first.
    There isn’t a single piece of legislation that has Hillary’s DNA on it regarding the betterment of our nation. In fact it’s all the exact opposite. But, George Will, thinks she’s better. True conservatives, with any nads at all, would boycott anything advertised where he is concerned. Him, and all them ever Trump clowns. Lets not let these people steal out votes again. Which, by the way, only goes towards enhancing the argument that there is no difference between parties, and is exactly why we need Trump in there.

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:23 pm

      It certainly seems like laws don’t apply to these cretins.

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  15. cgraving June 27, 2016 at 11:14 am

    Heck, he even looks like Harry Reid…

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:26 pm

      Rats, someone beat me too it.

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  16. jurban June 27, 2016 at 11:20 am

    I always thought George was on the liberal side so we sure do not need him. Hillary Clinton is ruthless, cunning and dishonest. You don’t have to look back on just Arkansas and the White-House during their time, because her criminal actions just keep on giving. Like Obama, the Clintons are racketeers. They blackmail businesses and other countries for trading of America’s favors and for billions of dollars. Hillary is a corrupt and brutal and both Obama and the Clintons have used the IRS and the FBI to intimidate others. Hillary used the FBI to attack the women that Bill molested. She chased down his women. She was behind the dirty money for campaign finances. Most of her campaign are illegal. She calls Trump a fraud, she needs to look in the mirror. Hillary is one of the biggest criminals in America and should be in prison. The only reason she is not there now is because she is being protected by Obama. George is a complete fool.

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    • aj44pct June 27, 2016 at 1:27 pm

      Lynch serves at her master Obama and will do whatever it is within her power to prevent Clinton from ever seeing a trial.

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:29 pm

      Agreed. That lying sack of excrement, will do all in her power to ensure Hillary never sees an orange jumpsuit.. Which is why SHE should be in prison right along side hillary!

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  17. ronski June 27, 2016 at 12:05 pm

    In my opinion Will has made it official that he is voting for the establishment candidate Hillary by leaving the Republican party.

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    • hpinnc June 27, 2016 at 10:30 pm

      He has made it abundantly clear to me he is a jerk, a RINO & a fool to support Hilary instead of the Donald who won it fair & square, & how is he such a genius in telling us who to vote for. I happen to like Mr Trump & if I’m able to get to the polls in Nov., I will vote for him. I hope millions more will. I care about as much of Will’s opinion on things as I do what direction the wind is blowing.

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  18. baitfish June 27, 2016 at 12:28 pm

    I don’t know where your brain went george, but you should go look for it. You are making an utter fool of yourself. Trump may, at this point, be the only hope for America to avoid complete collapse. If hell’liary attains the white house, we can kiss our constitution, our sovereignty, our freedoms, and the separation of powers, goodby.

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  19. godha June 27, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    Nobody would miss George Will, Bushes, McCains, Romneys, et all.

    These characters are all in their eighties, nineties, or thereabouts and hence, are closer to the grave than to the earth.

    This is the age of the millennials who are firmly behind Donald Trump the darling.

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    • Black_Raven135 June 27, 2016 at 2:27 pm

      YES bastions e.g.
      Mitt “I always fold when going gets rough” Romney

      W “They hijacked Islam” following 9/11
      Bush Sr “Oh boo hoo hoo…I did not get a 2nd term”
      and bringing up rear end of the Bush horse
      Sonny boy:
      “They come in love”
      BTW if I were a Bush I would not be crowing too loudly about
      being patriotic and all….given my relative Preston helped finance
      Hitler..

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  20. jimbo65 June 27, 2016 at 12:49 pm

    Have these so called GOP elites forgot that it was the people who voted for Trump and not for the establishment buddies. The GOP party had better remember that they are so to be for the people and not just the GOP party.

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:32 pm

      No they have not forgotten it.. THey just don’t care what WE want.. After all, they think they know better.

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  21. jimmie93 June 27, 2016 at 1:12 pm

    “GOOD BYE GEORGE” don’t let the door hit you on the way out – you will never be missed.

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  22. aj44pct June 27, 2016 at 1:23 pm

    The GOP better toss out on their rear ends the likes of Rubio and Graham. These men are merely trying their hardest to sabotage the 2106 election.
    The upcoming election is the MOST important election in our modern history.
    The US cannot and must not stand of a Clinton WH.
    Clinton is an outright liar and criminal.
    Sean Haniety has clearly spelled out all of the Clinton’s shortcomings. Further, the Clinton’s are noting but mere power hungry moguls.
    EVERY republican must do whatever it takes to defeat the Clinton’s. Do you think Bill won’t be dropping his draws in the WH for another intern? Than I have a bridge to sell….the Brooklyn Bridge for a buck.
    At least the NRA, Veterans, most US Service Members and First Responder’s (Police, Fire, EMT’s) support Trump. Hopefully there are enough of us to get Trump into the oval office.
    Trump 2016!!!!
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  23. oldsarge June 27, 2016 at 1:28 pm

    Don’t let the door hit you on the way out George. I don’t listen to you anyway. Go work for CNN. I don’t watch them either.

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  24. godha June 27, 2016 at 1:42 pm

    Doesn’t that george will have his own diabetes, cancer, insomnia, heart attack, etc etc to worry about ? why doesn’t he just retire and disappear from the public view and nurse his own ailments ?

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:34 pm

      Better yet, move out of the country.. Preferably one more to his political liking. I hear RUssia is looking for some good men.

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  25. cyrus June 27, 2016 at 1:58 pm

    Hey – we are overlooking the big story in all of this. Georgie-boy and his ilk are not afraid of Trump because they believe he will lose, they are afraid of the fact he probably will WIN. In which case, their fate is sealed as RINOs.

    Let’s try to follow Georgie’s logic. Trump can’t win, so I’m voting for Hillary, so that in 4 years, Republicans will have a chance to win once we get those like Trump off the stage (he fails to say that his candidate of choice then will be Jeb!, or Mitt, or McCain-like, or some other milquetoast who can’t win.)

    So the logic is – don’t even try to win this time, let Hillary have it then beat her in 4 years?? How about TRYING to win now and keep her out???

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    • Black_Raven135 June 27, 2016 at 2:23 pm

      YES that IS their ‘logic’…>;-)
      Reminds me of Nancy’s “Let sign it so we can see what’s in it”
      re: ACA

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    • pm5200 June 27, 2016 at 3:56 pm

      I will second that, GOOOOOOOOO Trump 2016&2020.

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      ltuser June 27, 2016 at 5:36 pm

      Once again they are proving the adage “Snapping defeat from the jaws of victory”..

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