Sarah Palin supports Trump ban on Muslims
I bring this up not because I have the least bit of respect for Palin; she’s a moron. But the Republican establishment, to a tee, all said back in 2008 that Palin was perfectly and completely qualified to be President if something would happen to McCain. But now the same hypocritical Republican establishment somehow thinks that Trump isn’t qualified to be President even though he has an Ivy League education and successfully runs a huge business enterprise. And all of his children are well educated and well behaved, unlike the Palin clan.
Whenever some establishment Republican says Trump can’t be President, I wish someone would call them out on Sarah Palin.
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A commenter yesterday criticized me yesterday for writing so much about Trump and not about other topics.
I’ve always written in my blog about what I am currently interested in. That people care to read it, I’m grateful.
The reason why I have suddenly become so interested in the Trump story is that I see this as an historic presidential election if Trump wins. Even if Trump merely wins the Republican nomination and loses to Hillary, it’s still as important of a realigning election as 1932. If Trump wins the presidency, it will be looked back upon as the most important election since 1860 (when Abraham Lincoln won the election with the backing of a new political party that didn’t exist just a few years before that).
I think this is too exciting not to write about.