The Case For A Negotiated Republican Surrender To Hillary
From Jamie Weinstein at the Daily Caller:
It’s time for Republican leaders to consider a negotiated endorsement of Hillary Clinton.
Barring a Wikileaks revelation showing Clinton to be a secret member of ISIS, she seems to be on a glide path to the White House. Instead of Donald Trump attempting to expand his base since securing the Republican nomination, he is politically self-immolating on a national stage. Trump apologists keep saying he will soon change course. But the only way for Trump to change course is to change who he is. That’s not going to happen.
Meanwhile, Trump keeps humiliating the Republican bigwigs who reluctantly endorsed him, be it by attacking the parents of a fallen U.S. soldier or refusing to immediately reciprocate their endorsements of him.
Why do Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and other Republicans continue to allow Trump to sap their dignity, especially as it becomes increasingly clear he is going to lose? And even if he did win, what would there be to celebrate? Trump stands against so much of what conservatives have been fighting for since Ronald Reagan.Liberals constantly demand Republicans disassociate themselves from their own candidates, and surprisingly they do.
Democrats never disassociate anyone, with the exception of Thomas Eagleton.
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