A LITTLE MORE "TELLING IT LIKE IT IS!)
If you've been following the latest developments in America's run up to the Presidency, you will have noted that Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan (R-WI), joined in (jumped on?) the bandwagon that's been ginned up to deflect (I hate to invoke the name, but I guess I must) The Donald from snagging the Republican nomination to be our next President. From the guy who's pledged to shred Obamacare and slung former Speaker John Boehner to the curb for being "not conservative enough," Ryan's attacks on Trump seemed just a tad disenginusous to me. Of course, like the terms "irony," "facts" and "hypocrisy" the term "disengenuous" simply doesn't appear in the conservative lexicon. In response, this Letter To The Editor appeared in the Washington Post, and, I must say, got it efficiently and effectively correct:
And as sure as the sun will rise tomorrow morning whether any of us are here to see it or not, comes the standard conservative "quoting history with an apparent lack of understanding that facts that were once true may not be any longer....."
As for Voter ID, the laws do nothing BUT suppress voters! Voter ID does not and cannot combat voter "fraud." In every single state where such "fraud" has been claimed, investigations reveal that the actual amount of "fraud" amounts to an infinitesimally small number of votes and there has never been an instance of fraud that has impacted an election more than 0.000001%. Maybe to you it's worth making people jump through unnecessary hoops to eliminate a problem that doesn't exist. It defies logic, however.
And just to round things out, the following:
As for me, of course, I could not be more thrilled down to my creaky bones that the Republican Party has hoisted itself on its own petards and hopefully will die from the wounds. (Loss of blood, you see.) But I suspect that the Grand Old Party will rise from it's self-induced immolation again to carry on with their racist, bigoted, hypocritical policies exemplified, in this case, by their most powerful spokesperson, Speaker of the House, Representative Paul Ryan representing Wisconsin and Tea Bagger Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) and the Tea Bagger Lovin' Koch Brothers.
Have a good day folks!
PS: Donald Trump is leading in every state that has an upcoming primary! Gotta love those Tea Baggin' Republicans!
As I predicted the Trump Attack Train is only going to make him stronger. His supporters love him and nothing is going to change that.