Wednesday, May 4, 2016

This Music By Chopin Represents The State Of The Republican Party

On a day [Tuesday], when the birther and 9-11 truther Donald Trump went into full kook mode with his tweeting of a National Enquirer "black helicopter" insane conspiracy theory that Ted Cruz father was part of the JFK assassination, the "wise?" Republican voters of Indiana decided to give their primary votes to this un-presidential buffoon.  Well, thanks a hell of a lot for that Indiana. 

As I stated in my post from yesterday, the music in today's [Wednesday] post has been determined from Tuesday night's Indiana GOP primary results.  

Frederic Chopin
The disappointing result and what it means for the Republican Party [at least for the next four years] is depicted perfectly by this music from "Mr. Piano", Frederic Chopin

Piano Sonata #2 in B-Flat minor, op. 35, Movement 3, March Funebre - Lento

Unless a miracle happens, Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee, which means Hillary Clinton will be the next President of the United States with a Democrat senate and a closely held house, either way.  

Now for us conservative Republicans we must pray for the health of every Supreme Court Justice so that Hillary only gets to name the one seat that is open. 

We can only hope this sure death of the Republican Party and the conservative movement will be short lived with a one term Hillary Clinton presidency.  

Yes, Donald Trump will win the battle but lose the war. Unfortunately, Trump will have achieved his main objective of taking down the Republican Party and the conservative movement with him.  

And what is sad it will have done with the aid of previous so-called "principled" conservative Republicans, Sean Hannity, Andrea Tanataros, Laura Ingraham, Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, Bill O'Reilly, Greta Van Susteren, the Breitbart and Drudge web sites, et. al.  

UpdateI see where Reince Priebus the head of the RNC has asked everyone to unite behind Donald Trump.  Now I have gotten a lot of heat for being one person who has stood up for Reince saying he has done a good job in a tough situation.  But I have two words for Reince in his plea to unify behind Trump.  Hell no!   Reince, #NeverTrump did not mean never unless he got the nomination.  Never meant never and it still does.  What I will do is vote for every down ballot Republican on the ballot but I would never vote for the vile, insulting, buffoon at the top of the ticketI am hoping some credible recognizable conservative [like Mitt Romney] will step forward to lead an independent party so I will have an option to vote on the presidential line. 

#DownBallotVoteGOP   #NeverHillary   #NeverTrump 


Bedfordguy said...

Nothing betterthan a funeral durge for what is happening before our eyes. The death of the Republican party,.

Big Mike said...

sad to say but true big Harry.