We see the party pretending to be wise, statesmanlike and all full of complete understanding of the meaning of civic duty and discourse.
Tragic stuff is that almost every negative fact and reason for non-support of Hillary that I’ve read or heard from supposedly neutral folks who try to sound thoughtful in their disapproval is based mostly on what has come from the Republican/Konservative base (with the possible exception of Bernie Sanders who opposed her with class and honor rather than innuendo.)
In my own posting history here, I have any times invited a well-thought-out and coherent rebuttal to what I’ve written … gotten a lot of cut-and-pastes of what other celebrity partisans have written, but rarely if at all anything original based on personal research and opinion.
When it comes to candidates, there has only one Republican going back to 2008 whom I considered worthy of my vote based on the man and not the party.
That was John Huntsman.
I agree with that about-to-retire Mormon senator, Harry Reid.
“As this Republican Congress heads for yet another un-earned recess, I feel compelled to comment on how Republicans have treated the president of the United States.
History will look back and note that Republicans in Congress treated President Obama with unprecedented disrespect.
No one expected them to agree with everything he did ― but America deserved better than the way Republicans behaved toward President Obama.
… The only thing Republicans have truly done this year was to prove that they are the party of Trump.
Republicans would have us all believe that Trump just fell out of the sky, and somehow mysteriously became the nominee of their party.
But that is not how it is.
Trump is no anomaly. He is the monster that Republicans built. He is their Frankenstein’s monster. They own him.”