|Above, self-righteous prig John McCain.|
It is amazing at how the so-called Republican "leaders" such as Senator John McCain, House Speaker Paul Ryan and others are distancing themselves from Donald Trump.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said this morning they and others should re-think all this. Trump is running for president, not Pope.
These lily-livered "leaders" should be subjected to primary challenges during the next election cycles and defeated. Screw 'em!
For years, as Rush Limbaugh pointed out this morning, the Republican establishment has been complaining about and trying to drive out those of the "religious right" from the Republican Party while claiming that their issues such as morality and abortion are "non-winners". Now that they got what they got what they wanted in Donald Trump, they are heading for the tall grasses. These self-righteous prigs are showing their hypocrisy for all to see.
The left-wing Democrat Party is likewise showing their hypocrisy. They have been clamoring for a secular, non-moral nation and defended their "rapist-in-chief" Bill Clinton for actions (including those while he was president) that makes the locker-room talk of Donald Trump of eleven years ago greatly pale in comparison. Suddenly, they pile on Trump. Their indignation is totally bogus.
Remember those anti-Palin t-shirts from 2008? This ought to jog your memory:
In a column at P J Media titled, "America, You Have No Right To Judge Donald Trump", D. C. McAllister put it best:
From the moment the tapes were made public, the drumbeat to Trump's personal walk of shame began. Politicians who formerly endorsed him fled in terror, not wanting the soiled stain of sexual stigma attached to them. NeverTrumpers descended in holier-than-thou glee as they declared how noble and right they've always been not to support such a despicable man. And the left has been howling like puritanical wolves, condemning him for his immorality and sexist treatment of women.
I find this reaction to Trump's private conversation rather ironic. It's ironic coming from a secular culture that long ago declared objective morality dead. It's ironic coming from politicos and media bottom-feeders who defended the abusive and disgusting behavior of Bill Clinton, not when he was a private citizen but when he was a sitting president.
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