“If we have somebody who we think has been battle-tested, and has strong conservative principles and the ability to articulate them and they are nominated at this convention, there will be a lot of acrimony from the people who were seeking the nomination. But if its somebody who has, you know, has those convictions that they can express in a compelling way, we could come out of the convention in relatively strong position. … And a fresh face might be the thing that could give us a chance to turn this election and win in November against Hillary.”
– Karl Rove, Fox News political consultant
The die is cast. The “Porky Pig” of the Republican establishment, the corrupt and shameless Karl Rove, the GOP’s “bobsy twin” of his sleazy equivalent in the Democratic Party, Clinton political consultant James Carville, has declared war on We the People. Unabashedly, Rove, speaking for the Republican establishment that has historically backed the likes of the Bush family and Mitt Romney in order to maintain their hold on power and money in Washington, D.C., has sent a message that voters like you and me are simply “inconvenient trash” when it comes to choosing a Republican nominee for president. Instead, special people – in effect the self-anointed new American nobility like Rove and other political consultants such as the insipid Mark Thiessen and editors like Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard and Rich Lowery of National Review – will arrogantly decide for us who will be the next president. They know better, and in the words of Alexander Hamilton, the nemesis of our great Founding Father and third President Thomas Jefferson, “The people are a great beast.” Ironically, even President Obama has more respect for his constituency; he has steadfastly represented his “soul brothers” during the last seven plus years – leftist blacks, Muslims, Jew- and Christian-haters, feminists, gays, lesbians and transgenders, illegal aliens, anarchists and last but hardly least, atheists.
As I have written in this column before, the issue is not Donald Trump. The Donald, however uncontrolled and undisciplined his political speech and methodology, is simply the embodiment of the disdain if not outright hatred conservatives and libertarians feel for a Republican Party that has rolled over to Obama and betrayed them at every turn. They are more than disaffected white male voters; they are people who generally see the nation as in a fatal downward spiral. In the words of Kris Kristofferson, who wrote the famous song Janis Joplin sang with panache, “Freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose.”
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