17 September 2015

More anti-Trump hysteria.

Fourth in a series.

The terror of the ruling class simply cannot be contained:

  • "Of course, thanks to Donald Trump, the Republican marketplace is a flaming mess at the moment." –
  • An "egomaniacal madman who has no principles" – Bobby Jindal, AP, 9/10/15.
  • "[Trump] is the definition of a RINO[.] ... [T]here's such a thing as low-information voters on the right ... and that's what we're seeing." – Katie Pavlich, FoxNews.
  • Trump's followers are "vulgar, unwashed masses ... incapable of cognitive thought or rational action" -- George Will, The Conservative Treehouse,
  • Trump supporters are engaging in a kind of "primal scream" therapy. -- George Will, 8/16/15.
  • A "one-trick pony." -- George Will, FoxNews, 8/16/15.
  • "Do we really want to give nuclear weapons to Donald Trump?" -- George Will, FoxNews, 8/16/15.
  • Unfit to be president. – George Pataki, 9/13/15.
  • "[S]uch an idiot," a "buffoon and a bombastic loudmouth." – a "senior executive and major GOP fundraiser at a large bank who also declined to be identified by name." Politico, 9/14/15.
  • “[A]n obnoxious braggart who abuses anyone who crosses him and will say or do anything as long as he’s getting attention.” – Rich Lowry, quoted a Politico, 9/2/15.
  • Trump is like a cat trained to piss in a human toilet. – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • "He’s a mouth at the wrong end of an alimentary canal spewing crap with no sense of responsibility." – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • "Trump’s glass-bottom id lets the whole world see his megalomania. He talks about himself in the third person all the time." – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • "Would you entrust him with nuclear weapons?" – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15. We trust you with sharp pencils, Jonah.
  • "[T]he room-temperature-on-a-brisk-November-day IQ." That "great spackled misshapen lump of unredeemed American id." – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • "Trump is a post-erotic pornographer, and his daft followers are engaged in the political version of masturbation: sterile, fruitless self-indulgence." – Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 9/5/15.
  • Trump’s "alleged virility." – – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • Trump saying his name may be on the wall between the US and Mexico is “what a dictator says. I mean, remember, it was Leningrad, and then it was Stalingrad. That’s what dictators do. That’s what dictators do." – Glenn Beck, Breitbart, 9/15/15.
  • "Trump is a post-erotic pornographer, and his daft followers are engaged in the political version of masturbation: sterile, fruitless self-indulgence." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • Re Trump's father: "[T]he line between 'low-income developer' and 'slumlord' is not a bright and straight one." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • "[N]ot very much interested in the world outside the narrow confines of his skull." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • The "horde of Mexican rapists that lives in his head." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • "[T]he annual parade of Trump-owned vulgarity known as the Miss USA pageant." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • "Trump’s dopey immigration rhetoric." – Kevin D. Williamson, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • Glib egomaniac. – Thomas Sowell, National Review, 8/6/15.
  • Not suggesting he's "an actual candidate." Jeffrey P. Snyder, Stockman's Corner, 9/16/15.
  • “There are a lot of folks who are, to be charitable, into white identity politics, and to be uncharitable are outright racists, who are supporting Trump.” – Nathan Wurtzel, Republican political consultant, Forward, 9/10/15.
On a positive note:
How is it that the same people who gave us Bush/Dole/Bush/McCain/Romney somehow think @realDonaldTrump isn't conservative enough #NRORevolt[1]
And:
It is these powers [to effortlessly bring up taboo subjects and slam them like a dead carp onto the Thanksgiving table] that terrify the establishment -- the mainstream media, the corporate elite, the RNC and the DNC and all others who embrace the status quo. The Donald -- not the faux socialist Bernie Sanders-- is today’s genuine radical presidential aspirant, the uncontrollable bull in the china shop of taboos, and elites clearly sense his power.[2]
Notes
[1] Comment by MicroAggressor ‏on "Twitter."
[2] "Why Trump Terrifies the Establishment." By Robert Weissberg, American Thinker, 9/16/15.

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