Senator Lindsay Graham [R-South Carolina] Calls Donald Trump—“A Jack-Ass!” Trump Kicks Lindsay’s Proverbial Hypocrisy and Political Pandering by Waving Lindsay’s Phone Number on air..
Next Murdoch Insults Trump despite the fact that NYPost Makes a Fortune Off of Trump’s Antics!
Everyday now, I have been getting up with a certain elan vital and mischievous eagerness to find out what Trump the 21st Century’s Balladeer of Insults, Deprecations and Verbal Manipulations had to say for that particular day [oops, I mean moment]. Trump is doing the job of cleaning out the underlying hypocrisy and ‘bullshit’ that has characterized almost of all our 2016 presidential candidates.
Unfortunately, the Trump Phenomena took over thirty years to fully express its calculated force of upsetting a staid, ossified electoral system marked by lies, distortions, and cowardly behavior, characteristic of most of our civilian, military, intelligence leaders over the past several decades. Trump is the Newtonian verbal reaction to the lies of the Clinton and Bush families who have provided inept cannon fodder for the past several generations. I have a distinct feeling that Trump in his boisterous but exceedingly shrewd presentations understands far more about Americans than any of the soporific pundits on the media, who are paid ‘whores’ of a particular party, candidate or corporation.
What Trump is effectively doing is a ‘verbal’ and ‘emotional’ Blitzkrieg through the patent nonsense of the candidates and politicians who presume that they above all others are fit to lead this amazing country. Yet none of the so-called frontrunners dared to serve or created any formidable assets that arise from our savage, but effective, capitalist system.When an effete, if not effeminate Senator like Lindsay Graham, squeaks that ‘Trump’ is a ‘jackass’ because Trump correctly pointed out the Senator John McCain was not and will never be a ‘war hero’ despite being tortured, then we, Americans, are on the right road to understanding that there is a new kind of revolution occurring in America.
No one has to riot in streets as we had done in the 1960’s to stop a war that was created by several war criminals whom we know all too well by now. We do not have to arrest the Bush family in total –including Jeb the cherubic panderer whose personal family history comprises a lesson in addiction, incarcerations, and corrupt political cronyism.
As long as Trump runs, he is effectively tearing down the absurd pretenses of an Australian huckster, Rupert Murdoch, whose loyalty to any country is determined by his obsessional ability to make money even at the expense of committing major fraud in all his media outlets—English, American News Papers and Fox News. Murdoch belongs to no country other than that which bows to his intrepid use of fear to expose the peccadillos of any politician, friend or foe.
Trump is neither scared nor intimidated by Murdoch suis generis. Trump knows all too well that Roger Ailes, the genius businessman with whom I had worked on one of the Bush Sr’s successful campaign’s will not be told what he should or should not say. Fox Media is to Trump as Mother’s Milk is to a newborn baby.
The question arises as to how much longer this Trump Whirlwind will continue on its course of decimation and neutralizing potential candidates for the Presidency. I think that the upcoming Republican Debates on August 6, 2015 will in many ways define in part, Trump’s limitations. If he can maintain his riff of improvisations without allowing himself to self-destruct with ad hominem words attacking those around him, then he has a clear chance. In order for him to continue the grueling race till next year, he will need a assortment of different strategies and talking points which can still convince us, the American people that he does, in fact, have the gravitas to become POTUS.
He must also realize that POTUS is not a job where every second is filled with thrills and chills but involves laborious attention to details and process. One would assume that Trump has had to deal with the tedious and mundane in his normal – or at least ‘unusual life’. Whatever happens in the future, I have only hope and wishful thinking for now.
Trump or those around him understand that revolutions, be they verbal or kinetic, have a certain life span before they peter out.
Napoleon Bonaparte described Trump in an interesting way:
“A leader is dealer in hope.”