It is hard in politics to support American principles and values. There is no money in it. Money is made by becoming part of the political establishment. They have inherited the goose that laid the golden eggs. They have killed the goose and now they are taking the eggs for themselves until they are gone.henry quirk wrote: ↑Sat Sep 05, 2020 1:06 amOh my gosh! RINOs and globalists say it: so it must be so!Lacewing wrote: ↑Sat Sep 05, 2020 12:07 am Prominent Republicans Who Don't Support Donald Trump
> 73 former Republican national security officials: Say Trump is "dangerously unfit to serve".
> William H. McRaven, admiral who directed the raid that killed Osama bin Laden: “Our republic is under attack from Trump. President Trump has shown he doesn’t have the qualities necessary to be a good commander-in-chief.”
> Former President George W. Bush: Won’t support the re-election of Mr. Trump.
> Colin Powell, former secretary of state under George W. Bush: "The one word I have to use with respect to what he's been doing for the last several years is the word I would never have used before, never would have used with any of the four presidents I worked for: He lies," Powell said. "He lies about things, and he gets away with it because people will not hold him accountable."
> Miles Taylor, former senior Trump administration member: "Given what I have experienced in the administration, I have to support Joe Biden for president and even though I am not a Democrat, even though I disagree on key issues, I'm confident that Joe Biden will protect the country and I'm confident that he won't make the same mistakes as this President."
> Mitt Romney, Republican Senator: “Unprecedented, historic corruption: an American president commutes the sentence of a person convicted by a jury of lying to shield that very president.”
> John Bolton, former national security advisor: "I don't think he's fit for office," Bolton said of Trump. "I don't think he has the competence to carry out the job."
> Rick Snyder, former Republican Michigan governor: "President Trump lacks a moral compass" and "ignores the truth."
> Jeff Flake, former Senator of Arizona: Publicly expressed his disdain for another Trump term.
> Meg Whitman, current Quibi CEO and former eBay CEO: “I’m a longtime Republican and a longtime CEO. And let me tell you, Donald Trump has no clue how to run a business, let alone an economy.”
> John Kasich, longtime Republican and former governor of Ohio: “I’m a lifelong Republican. But that attachment holds second place to my responsibility to my country.”
> George Conway: One of the founders of The Lincoln Project, which is a group of Republicans who absolutely despise Trump and what he’s doing to our country.
While former top military leaders like Mattis and John Kelly are technically non-partisan, they both served in Trump's administration:
> Mattis said Trump made a "mockery of our Constitution" and called him "the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people.”
> Kelly, Trump's former chief of staff and homeland security secretary, agreed with Mattis' comments.
Love this one, in particular...
Given what I have experienced in the administration, I have to support Joe Biden for president and even though I am not a Democrat, even though I disagree on key issues, I'm confident that Joe Biden will protect the country and I'm confident that he won't make the same mistakes as this President.
A repub (fundamentally, a social & fiscal conservative) is gonna vote for a man who'll raise taxes, expand the size and power of gov, who supports the green new deal, who is backed by commies, er socialists like Saunders and Cortez. Worst, this person will vote for Smokin' Joe knowin' Joe, with his cognitive dysfunction, won't actually be in charge and probably won't even serve out one full term (The blowjob queen has new furniture for the Oval on order).
Lace, pony up a legit, formal, psych eval.
This flailin' about is so, you know, freshmen year.
Shit, or get off the pot.
The beautiful people and silicon value have united to promote the power of the establishment and now the working people have been taken advantage of. Sites like google, twitter, and facebook are controlled to promote the establishment. So it is not surprisng to read rinos opposing Trump. There is too much money in supporting the establishment.The Republicans are now the working-class party while the Democrats are the party of the political establishment.
Trump is the outsider's outsider. He has enough money so cannot be bought and has the annoying habit of keeping his promises. He gives hope to the working class who are becoming increasingly frustrated by the rich beautiful people. Nancy Pelosi was just caught getting her hair done while the shop is closed to the working class. The beautiful people of the establisment are now "entitled." Nancy pelosi is one of the beautiful people and like Marie Antoinette, cannot be put in the same class as the little people so she gets her hair done and the working class women get bupkis.
The upcoming election pits those siding with the beautiful people of the establishment against the working class people the ideals and principles of America support. Trump supports the working class so I support Trump.