Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for President in spite of an overwhelming majority originally against him. It started out “Anyone but Trump”. But there was disunity on who that “Anyone” should be.
Delegate selection rules in Republican primaries that give 100% of the delegates to a candidate who “wins” with as little as 30-40% or less of the vote helped do the rest.
This in spite of his serial lying, vulgarity, flip flopping, incoherent positions and indications of mental problems. All of this was overcome by illusions about Mr. Trump created by his role in “The Apprentice”; his alleged wealth and the “big lie” that he was above all the corruption in Washington. He would self pay for his campaign.
Republicans who put party loyalty over the safety of the country are now rallying around him. Earlier they found him arrogant, obnoxious, and lacking the mental stability to be President. They still admit he is these, but they will support the party’s nominee anyway. Should these unpatriotic politicians be voted down along with Trump?
If the Republicans can’t run their own party right, should we let them run the government?
Donald Trump has shown over and over again that he has an unsound mind that is getting worse as he ages. The last two Republican presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush won’t go near him, much less endorse him.
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Al Gore lost by only 550 votes in 2000.
All that is necessary for evil to triumph is that good men and women do nothing.