Friday, April 22, 2016

Wall St Journal: Suffering from Trumphobia? Get over it

Before the 1980 election, Reagan’s opponents said he would ignite a nuclear holocaust. Didn’t happen.

This is why Trump’s winning, and why I won’t vote for Hillary
Cultural critic and feminist icon Camille Paglia says the GOP needs to wake up and realize Trump is its fault. But the Trump/Clinton death match is a national nightmare.    


  1. Face the Fact for PRESIDENT 2016:

    Hate to write, but NONE candidates for PRESIDENT:

    Very scary who wants to be PRESIDENT in January 2017?

  2. chuck gregory3/25/16, 11:19 AM

    Camille has never been helpful in trying to get the Republican Party on a path to political sanity. At least she now realizes it's nowhere near as good as she ever thought.

  3. Infowars is garbage. The largest conspiracy is that Alex Jones is making money off your need to be afraid.

  4. Trump is doing a great job even though Democrats are being Obstructionists


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