Rush: GOP Establishment Is Getting Ready to Vote for Hillary

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    Apr 20, 2016 3:51 AM GMT
    Wow, absolutely fucked up attitude, as usual though coming from bubba blowhard. Now its no longer liberal or conservative thing, its only a "ruling class" thing, are we talking about first class passengers on the Titanic? which were both liberal and conservative people with money? My My, I wonder if this was the 'big secret' of the week, the "preservation" of the republican establishment icon_confused.gificon_eek.gificon_rolleyes.gif



    http://www.mediaite.com/online/rush-gop-establishment-is-getting-ready-to-vote-for-hillary/


    The dead giveaway for that is when you hear some of them openly, publicly say that they will vote for Hillary rather than Trump. And some of them have even said that they’ll vote for Hillary instead of Cruz. It means they don’t think the country’s in crisis. They don’t think anything of the sort. They don’t have anything in common with you on that score. And, number two, that it’s all about self-preservation, maintaining the current Republican establishment, the ruling class and their positions in it.

    Limbaugh has repeatedly hedged on whether he supports Trump or Cruz, refusing to explicitly endorse either man.
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    Apr 20, 2016 4:39 AM GMT
    Nothing new here. Reagan caused the same uproar in the 80s.
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    Apr 20, 2016 4:48 AM GMT
    desertmuscl saidNothing new here. Reagan caused the same uproar in the 80s.



    That applied to Democrats who voted Republican, (aka the Reagan Democrat north, aka Dixiecrats south), I need an example of history when the Republicans switched n masse and voted Democrat icon_idea.gif

    As Rush indicated, the establishment republican party is switching sides in order preserve its elite status. With a contested republican convention, the "non-elites" of the republican party could form their own ticket, not sure if I have ever seen this done, at least in my history, it appears to be 'class warfare' within the republican party

    The establishment republicans are nasty then and are getting what they deserve icon_lol.gif

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    Apr 20, 2016 12:21 PM GMT
    Much ado about nothing. People in general vote their party in the privacy of the voting booth.
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    Apr 20, 2016 12:29 PM GMT
    Trump will get votes from the same Republicans who know he'd be a disaster as president. Lucky for the country only a minority are still Republicans.
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    Apr 20, 2016 2:06 PM GMT
    met up with my straight republican neighbor's wife. We agreed Americans hate blacks, jews, women & gays. than I asserted women hate them selves. they are the 80% of half of everything. She walked off with that pregnant Hillary glow.

    a Hillary vs Trump ticket could have lots of entertainment.

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    Apr 21, 2016 1:25 AM GMT
    Rush seems to have run out of people to hate, so now he hates his own party. It's amazing how the GOP has turned on itself. They even hate their own leadership -- Senators, governors, etc. Trump says George W. Bush was a war criminal who should have been impeached, and Republicans cheer.
    Kasich is considered "toxic" and unelectable because he's a governor. Um, what? Didn't Republicans elect him, repeatedly? And now they hate him -- why exactly?
    Trump is just the newest bomb-thrower, so he is temporarily the darling of the ignorant haters who complain about the government and then cash their government-assistance check for their "disability."
    Trump will lose to Hillary, then they will hate him too.
    On and on it goes....
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    Apr 21, 2016 3:48 PM GMT
    KissTheSky saidRush seems to have run out of people to hate, so now he hates his own party. It's amazing how the GOP has turned on itself. They even hate their own leadership -- Senators, governors, etc. Trump says George W. Bush was a war criminal who should have been impeached, and Republicans cheer.
    Kasich is considered "toxic" and unelectable because he's a governor. Um, what? Didn't Republicans elect him, repeatedly? And now they hate him -- why exactly?
    Trump is just the newest bomb-thrower, so he is temporarily the darling of the ignorant haters who complain about the government and then cash their government-assistance check for their "disability."
    Trump will lose to Hillary, then they will hate him too.
    On and on it goes....


    The GOP elite would vote for Hillary if it means a continuation of the status quo. Hillary is the 1%.

    Bernie and Donald are a threat to the status quo.

    No hate here, Rush tells it like it is.