Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Will, or Will not edition

Georgie porgie, puddin’ and pie.

Freepers all want to see you die.


[George Will]:If Trump is nominated, the GOP must keep him out of the White House
Washington Compost ^ | 29 April 2016 | George Will

Posted on 4/29/2016, 10:41:16 PM by Fractal Trader

Donald Trump’s damage to the Republican Party, although already extensive, has barely begun. Republican quislings will multiply, slinking into support of the most anti-conservative presidential aspirant in their party’s history. These collaborationists will render themselves ineligible to participate in the party’s reconstruction.

Ted Cruz’s announcement of his preferred running mate has enhanced the nomination process by giving voters pertinent information. They already know the only important thing about Trump’s choice: His running mate will be unqualified for high office because he or she will think Trump is qualified.

Hillary Clinton’s optimal running mate might be Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio, a pro-labor populist whose selection would be balm for the bruised feelings of Bernie Sanders’s legions. Running mates rarely matter as electoral factors: In 2000, Al Gore got 43.2 percent of the North Carolina vote. In 2004, John Kerry, trying to improve upon Gore’s total there, ran with North Carolina Sen. John Edwards but received 43.6 percent. If, however, Brown were to help deliver Ohio for Clinton, the Republican path to 270 electoral votes would be narrower than a needle’s eye. [SNIP]

Trump would be the most unpopular nominee ever, unable to even come close to Mitt Romney’s insufficient support among women, minorities and young people. In losing disastrously, Trump probably would create down-ballot carnage sufficient to end even Republican control of the House. Ticket splitting is becoming rare in polarized America: In 2012, only 5.7 percent of voters supported a presidential candidate and a congressional candidate of opposite parties.

1 posted on 4/29/2016, 10:41:16 PM by Fractal Trader
So, George – basically you’re saying that outside of the Freeperville bubble, people can’t stand the fucking jerk?
How about inside the Freeper bubble?
To: Fractal Trader


George Will needs to finish his lobotomy.

2 posted on 4/29/2016, 10:42:38 PM by datura

Downside of the GOP’s disgust with The Darnold?
To: datura


If they try this…Trump will just jump the fence.

6 posted on 4/29/2016, 10:44:45 PM by hal ogen (First Amendment or Reeducation Camp?.)

To: Fractal Trader


Poor George Will.

To the Left of Juan Williams, George Will
is married to a RINO’s flack and WIllard Romney.
What a threesome they must have; perhaps
foursome with Juan.

7 posted on 4/29/2016, 10:45:31 PM by Diogenesis (“When a crime is unpunished, the world is unbalanced.”)


What a #ing scumbag.

18 posted on 4/29/2016, 10:49:59 PM by Gene Eric (Don’t be a statist!)

I do notice that the Cruz Loosers are nowhere to be found on this thread.
Perhaps The Darnold’s knob-lavers ate them?
More Triumph Of The Will after the “nope”.



To: Fractal Trader


George Will is the product of a fail(sic) condom…

19 posted on 4/29/2016, 10:50:14 PM by Vendome (Don’t take life so seriously-you won’t live through it anyway – “Enjoy Yourself” ala Louis Prima)

Is that anything like a literacy fail?
To: Fractal Trader


George Will nearly died from his colostomy because the proctologist didn’t realize how thick the stick up his butt really was. Apparently it is inoperable.

50 posted on 4/29/2016, 11:03:20 PM by Yaelle (Tinkerbelle glittering up the runway for Trump Force One!)

OK, guys – this is getting boring.
Don’t you have anything cogent to say about The Darnold’s staggering unfavourables?

To: Fractal Trader

You tell ’em in DC I’m coming… and hell’s coming with me, you hear?… Hell’s coming with me!


79 posted on 4/29/2016, 11:18:12 PM by Trumpinator (“Are you Batman?” the boy asked. “I am Batman,” Trump said.)
Shut up, Ted.
To: Fractal Trader


I think we are witnessing a fundamental moving of the parties that demographers were warning about for years.

The Demoocrats will from now on move more and more toward a European socialist model. The Republican party will slide to the left occupying the moderate Democrat space.

It’s no wonder old-timers like George Will are upset. They’re seeing the death of the party they worked for for 50 years. The first time I saw George Will was in the 1970’s. William Buckley had a PBS show where he did a formal debate on a topic of the day. The one I remember the most was the Panama Canal Treaty. It was Buckley versus Ronald Reagan with youngsters Pat Buchanon and George Will rounding out the teams. Will was a regular on the show for as long as it was on.

For decades the party has been warned that the demographics of the country are changing and the traditional Conservative positions of Pro-life, low taxes, strong military, balanced budgets and constitutionalism was becoming less and less tenable. With the nomination of Trump, that fear is becoming reality, and it’s no surprise that the old guys are resisting the change.

Of course it’s their own fault because the Republican Party made no efforts to educate the new generations to their positions, or reaching out to the increasing numbers of minorities, or even fighting for their positions. The Republlicans were for balanced budgets? Hah. You couldn’t prove it the last few years even while they had the House and Senate. They can’t even write a budget to vote on.

Regardless of whose fault it is though, for many there will be a period of mourning as Trump takes the party in a very new direction away from the low taxes, Constitutionalism, religious right, interventionalist military positions that the party has held onto for a lifetime.

Maybe it had to happen. The demographics of the country are no longer what they were in 1980, but it will be up to Trump to salve those wounds to get those party workers who’ve volunteered for 10 different candidates manning the phones and walking the precincts their whole lifetime to work for him too. Since he has not put together a field organization, he’s going to need the local ones extant, and those are filled with 70 year old ladies who are just sick, thinking they’re seeing the death of the party they worked for their whole life.

Is Trump up to the job? We’ll see but the vulgarities isn’t helping him with that group of people that he will need to win.

86 posted on 4/29/2016, 11:20:48 PM by Beernoser

You know, folks – that’s about as cogent a statement I’ve ever seen come out of Freeperville.
Colour me gobsmacked.
To: bushwon


I truly think Rush isn’t far behind bitter old Georgie.

101 posted on 4/29/2016, 11:28:26 PM by Shortstop7

I keep hearing that.
To: Shortstop7
What is the Establishment so worried about? 

Think about it


What is Donald Trump most famous for?

Marrying gold-digging blondes?

Going bankrupt?

Little fingers?

The phrase “Your Fired!”



The American People live to watch Donald Trump point his finger say “YOUR FIRED!!!”


The Democrats and Republicans have turned Washington into one big, surreal reality show Under Obama do its fitting that the King of Reality Shows, Donald Trump. Should step up, take charge and say “ your Fired”

103 posted on 4/29/2016, 11:31:41 PM by rdcbn (“If what has happened here is not treason, it is its first cousin.” Zell Milleraere)

Oh – and in 211+ posts, ONE SINGLE DISSENT :
To: datura


George Will is exactly right in his analysis. Trump is leading Republicans to suicide.

211 posted on 4/30/2016, 3:54:21 AM by Sam Clements

From your lips…..
See you good people next week.

One thought on “Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Will, or Will not edition

  1. It is no longer the GOP of yore.
    “Its the GOP of your”

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