Sunday, February 21, 2016

South Carolina & Nevada: Hilary, Trump & Rubio the Big Winners. Meantime Good Riddance to the Bush Dynasty!

First and foremost: Bye Bye Bush. Here's hoping we never have to see another one of your family running for president ever again (if only we could get the Clinton and Obama families to follow along). The Bush name should be disqualified from running for president after the bad presidency of the old man and the disastrous presidency of W Bush (who, along with His Majesty King Nothing Obama, is one of two individuals who are the two worst presidents of my lifetime, even surpassing the disgusting likes of the late Jimmy Carter and Tricky Dick Nixon).

The ever-corrupt and dishonest Hilary the Hoary had a great day in Nevada. She beat old-fangled socialist grouch Bernie Sanders by something like 50 points in the black vote in a state where that vote represented only about 13% of the population. OUCH! What happens to Bernie in upcoming states where the black vote is much larger? I've maintained all along that I can see no way how Hilary doesn't get the democrat party nomination (sorry for the double negative, Jeeves), and absolutely nothing has changed in the Rager's assessment.

Next, Rubio the Robot, the young Waterboy from Florida, cemented a spot as the Anti-Trump candidate, recovering quite nicely from that bizarrely bad debate and primary performance he had in New Heroin. It looks like he'll finish second in South Carolina to the entertaining but crazy and cartoonish Trump, but edging out (or in a virtual tie with) Ted "Joe McCarthy" Cruz.  That's a terrible result for Cruz, BTW, who had looked to challenge Trump in South Carolina or AT LEAST finish a very strong second. Neither occurred. Think I heard Cruz won not a single county in the highly evangelical South Carolina. He's gotta be hurtin' more this weekend than even the so-called "Bern"!

Finally, while neither of these two races is over (particularly on the gop-er side), it looks very much this weekend like a Trump-Hilary matchup this fall.  (I believe no gop-er has ever failed to get the nomination after winning New Heroin and South Carolina, as Trump now has). In other words, another rotten choice for America from these two pathetic, extremist, rot-gut parties. My favorite dude, None of the Above (i.e., voting for just about any third party candidate on the ballot), has never looked so good.