Monday, March 21, 2016

We the People v. Political Gravy Train #WethePeople

The public continues to vote for the highly questionable Trump not so much because of his positions, policies, and experience but rather on the unifying belief he can't do worse than the 'clowns' in charge. Republicans for Hillary, the branding of an extreme socialist as a GOP friendly conservative , a third party candidate, or the refusal to nominate any candidate the party doesn't like suggests an unofficial plan reshape the 2016 Presidential race regardless of the will of the people.

The 2016 Presidential campaign is slowly revealing the real 'democracy' omitted from textbooks and hidden from the public for decades. This is not about We the People but rather maintaining control of system heavily influenced by special interests and money. Voters, a growing majority hostile to the political gravy train, want leadership to focus on job creation (investment in America), improving standard of livings, and protecting personal freedoms. The likelihood of all three declining during the 2016-2020 global recession/depression ensures that the fight against a new political class fronted by Trump or likely more likely someone more universally-like will reemerge in the 2018 and 2020 elections.

Headline: GOP Chairman Reince Priebus Sees Long Fight Over Donald Trump

The head of the Republican National Committee braced the party faithful Sunday for what could be the first contested nominating convention in generations, suggesting increasing odds of a showdown this summer over Donald Trump’s candidacy.

While Mr. Trump has a big lead in convention delegates, many party elders and strategists, alarmed over his ascent, are redoubling efforts to deny him the nomination. At the least, they are seeking to force a battle at the July convention in Cleveland.



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