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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Is Reid saying Trump is president?

Let me try my hand at math:
LDP times P equals PT

That means Lame Duck President multiplied by Populist equals President Trump.

Hey, credit Harry Reid for the equation.

From The Hill:
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) suggested Tuesday that Senate Republicans are following the lead of the party's White House field in the battle over replacing Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. 
"Right now the Republican leader is leading his conference straight to the side of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, but it's not too late to change course," Reid said, adding that senators should "reject the extremist approach."
Reid's remarks come as Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has doubled down on his strategy that President Obama's successor should fill Scalia's seat.  
The move puts him in line with Trump and Cruz, who quickly called on Senate Republicans to refuse to take up Obama's forthcoming nominee.  
Reid said that McConnell "is listening to Donald Trump and the junior senator from Texas. He's not listening to mainstream America."
Now Reid is trying to push that Republicans Are Hostage To The Extreme Right Wing People nonsense, which backfires because to do that, he must concede that Trump is the de facto president of the United States, who has more sway over Washington than Barack Obama.

By the way, any Democrats saying, OK, block the nomination this year and prepare for President Clinton to get this nomination as well as Ruth Bader Ginsburg?

Didn't think so.


  1. There have been a multitude of articles working out the various combinations (via some arcane subtractions) on "How to Stop Trump" but I have not seen any articles asking "How Did It Happen That Trump Is the Man to Beat?"

    I think that question is a little more useful than all of the other articles combined: if you do not know the answer to that question then you do not know how to stop Trump.

    Mikey NTH

  2. The Donald has the Dems bumfuzzled (whatever that means, and likely it means what you think it means).

  3. The Democrats are just about as desperate as the Republican Establishment. - Elric

    1. The politicians are losing control of the political process. The people benefit.