Steve Bannon says he’s ready to take on every GOP Incumbent in 2018, with one exception:
“There’s a coalition coming together that’s going to challenge every Republican incumbent instead of Ted Cruz,”
I wouldn’t want to mess with the Zodiac Killer, either.
This is no surprise.
“There is no such thing as evolution,” he recently told a Washington Post reporter. “That we came from a snake? No, I don’t believe that.”
If Moore gets elected (for Pete’s sake, it’s Alabama) science class will go like this:
Why not rent a hearse to follow them around during the recess?
I can only pray that Trump doesn’t confuse Representative Cedric Richmond (D-LA) with Cedric the Entertainer.
Update: At least Trump didn’t ask the nearest available black person to set it up.
So this picture floated across my Facebook feed this morning.
My question is, how quick would the GOP launch a probe if Hillary had won DESPITE Kremlin intervention?
Since President Elect Trump has threatened to blow up thawing US Cuba relations, there are two options for preventing that. Cuba can:
- Enact significant human rights reforms leading to an open, multi-party democracy
- Open a Trump Resort and Casino in Havana
The Boston Globe put out a story of how disorganized the Trump Campaign is.
In the middle of a workday this week, Trump’s state headquarters was locked, windows covered in paper, and displayed a note for visitors to call a phone number for access. By the door, there were about a half-dozen large blank posters, with this message clothes-pinned to the boards: “For the Donald Trump campaign. He’s embarrassing, but he’s ours.”
Imagine a crisis arises and an aide has to tell President Trump that Vladimir Putin is on the rag.
I worry that, 10 or 20 years in the future, some political hack says, “I honestly think that Donald Trump and Ted Cruz would just be too liberal for today’s GOP.”