Smart Repubs Avoiding Trump Like He Has Leprosy

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    Sep 05, 2016 2:13 PM GMT
    You can see it, you can feel it, you cannot deny it: smart Repubes are avoiding Da Donald like he's a leper. Well, I suppose I shouldn't compare him to a leper because that's an insult to lepers, but that's a separate topic for another discussion. Sen. Flake, as a recent example, has advised his fellow Repubes to "distance yourself from TRump." See http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/293544-gop-senator-advises-republican-candidates-distance.

    In fact, Da Donald is finding it extraordinarily hard to find smart, credible Repubes with integrity to campaign for him. All he has as his personal mouthpiece is another scumbag, Rudy Giuliani--yeah, that ex-NYC mayor who milked the 911 terror attack like his own personal cow and used taxpayer money to finance his secret Hampton trips. In particular, when Giuliani was mayor of New York, he billed the costs of his extramarital love trysts with Judith Nathan, his then-girlfriend, to the city of New York. In addition to that, Giuliani billed his 2000 campaign expenses and his then-wife Donna Hanover's travel expenses to the city.
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    Sep 05, 2016 4:01 PM GMT
    Any Republican with half a brain is already distancing themselves from Trump's stench of failure and incompetence.
    After months of embarrassing himself on a daily basis, his handlers now have him only appear in public when he reads directly from a teleprompter -- reading a script written by someone else, obviously.
    What the GOP is really worried about now is what happens after this election? How long the Republican Party be associated with Trump's racism and corruption?
    It's a stain that will cling to them for at least a decade.
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    Sep 05, 2016 8:40 PM GMT
    KissTheSky said
    What the GOP is really worried about now is what happens after this election? How long the Republican Party be associated with Trump's racism and corruption?
    It's a stain that will cling to them for at least a decade.


    COWARDS!
    They need to be worried about what Trump would do to our country, not to their careers of feeding off ignorance & prejudice.
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    Sep 10, 2016 9:45 PM GMT
    There u go. Atleast Republicans don't blindly follow like sheep, as most Libtards do.

    Imagineing the four years of the public orgy of whining and being offended by the Libtards, if Mr Trump wins.
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    Sep 10, 2016 10:59 PM GMT
    God_Said saidThere u go. Atleast Republicans don't blindly follow like sheep, as most Libtards do.

    Imagineing the four years of the public orgy of whining and being offended by the Libtards, if Mr Trump wins.


    That's rich. The guy who can barely string together a coherent sentence and who doesn't even have the wit to use spellcheck has the cheek to call other people retards.
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    Sep 10, 2016 11:13 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 said
    God_Said said
    There u go. Atleast Republicans don't blindly follow like sheep, as most Libtards do.

    Imagineing the four years of the public orgy of whining and being offended by the Libtards, if Mr Trump wins.

    That's rich. The guy who can barely string together a coherent sentence and who doesn't even have the wit to use spellcheck has the cheek to call other people retards.

    I might also note that only the Republican Party has instituted a "policy" test for its members. To make sure they toe the Party line. Failure to comply means loss of (re)election support. And with crazy Teabaggers clamoring to get elected in primaries, that's exactly what's happened, further keeping incumbent Republicans in line.

    And require Members of Congress to vote as a block. Hence the "Party of No" when Republican leaders made Obama's failure a higher priority then the good & welfare of the country. Blocking every Presidential administrative and judicial appointment they could, among other hurdles to legislation that might benefit Americans, and could put Obama in a good light.
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    Sep 10, 2016 11:15 PM GMT
    Cough, cough, cough.