Thursday, 3 March 2016

Battle of the Billionaires

What does Mitt Romney know about winning a Presidential Election? He is becoming America's Neil Kinnock.

Except that all critics of John Major's Premiership are at least implicitly saying that Kinnock ought to have won the 1992 Election. But, which is the present point, he still didn't.

Of course, Donald Trump wouldn't win, either. Probably no Republican ever will again. Whom would Romney want instead? Marco Rubio? Ted Cruz? 

Cruz is a telling example of what the Republican Party has become. His list of previous achievements is like my description of myself as the Editor-in-Chief of The Lanchester Review.

Although, in a very successful attempt to annoy the right people, I am joking. Cruz is absolutely serious.

As a small town, jobbing lawyer, he is intellectually the most accomplished man that anyone in what was once the Grand Old Party, including himself, has ever met.

Beyond the immensely cultured paleo boys, of course. Yes, my mates. Make of that what you will.

And even the very Editor of The American Conservative has actually voted for Bernie Sanders, while actively encouraging other people to do so.

Hillary Clinton did not concede until June 2008. We are only 25 per cent of the way into this race. 90 per cent of Super Tuesday is in extremely "conservative" states.

Feel The Bern.

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