Friday, October 7, 2016



WHILE I AM NOT VOTING FOR HILLARY SINCE TRUMP HAS ALREADY WON TEXAS, REPUBLICANS MUST BE PROUD OF THESE TRUMP WORDS

Warning Donald Trump uses very offensive language towards women.  Do not watch if use of derogatory terms for vagina offend you.

KEY REPUBLICANS RESPOND TO TRUMP TRASHING OF WOMEN

It's time Republicans save the Party and en mass rebuke Trump as unfit to be President.

Hitting on married women? Condoning assault? Such vile degradations demean our wives and daughters and corrupt America's face to the world.
Romney was not alone in his shock that Trump would stoop so low, and he was joined by the Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Reince Priebus who also admonished Trump’s lowly comments:
No woman should ever be described in these terms or talked about in this manner. Ever.
Trump’s former Republican presidential primary nemesis, Fmr. Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, joined the chorus line to share his own rebuke on Twitter:
As the grandfather of two precious girls, I find that no apology can excuse away Donald Trump’s reprehensible comments degrading women.

Even Trump’s own running mate, Mike Pence, ran from reporters after they attempted to question him about the comments by saying “We’re not doing this.”

AN AVALANCHE OF REPUBLICANS JOIN IN, IN DENOUNCING TRUMP, TO INCLUDE A DEMAND HE WITHDRAW.  NYT REPORTING REPUBLICAN PARTY PREPARING IF TRUMP DROPS OUT, WHILE ACCEPTING IT IS TOO LATE TO NAME A REPLACEMENT

Prominent Republicans issued blistering responses to newly disclosed audio of Donald Trump published Friday by The Washington Post in which he said he was able to "grab" women "by the p---y" because "when you're a star they let you do it."
"No woman should ever be described in these terms or talked about in this manner. Ever," Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus said in an extraordinary response about the party's presidential nominee just more than a month ahead of the November 8 election.
The recording, which was picked up by a hot mic, came from an interaction between Trump and television personality Billy Bush and featured the pair using extraordinarily vulgar language to describe women.
Priebus' comments were echoed by a number of top GOP leaders — those in the party's congressional leadership, the party's former presidential nominees, and Trump's former primary rivals among them. At least two elected Republican officials called on Trump to drop out of the race.
"Hitting on married women? Condoning assault? Such vile degradations demean our wives and daughters and corrupt America's face to the world," 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney wrote on Twitter.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said he was "sickened" by Trump's comments and disinvited him from a planned joint event Saturday in Wisconsin with Priebus and Sen. Ron Johnson. Trump said he would send his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, to the event in his place while he prepares for Sunday's presidential debate in New York with Priebus and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
"I hope Mr. Trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves and works to demonstrate to the country that he has greater respect for women than this clip suggests," Ryan said.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell echoed Ryan, calling Trump's comments "repugnant, and unacceptable in any circumstance."
Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, a frequent critic of the billionaire along the campaign trail, posted to Twitter that "America deserves far better than" Trump. Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire, locked in a tough primary against Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan, called the comments "totally inappropriate and offensive." Sen. John McCain of Arizona, another in a re-election battle, called the comments "offensive" and "demeaning" and Trump alone should "suffer the consequences" of the comments.
And Sen. Mark Kirk of Illinois, also in a tight re-election race, called Trump a "malignant clown" on Twitter and said he was "unfit to be president." He said Trump should drop out of the race, becoming the most prominent elected GOP official to urge Trump to do so. Rep. Mike Coffman, a Republican from Colorado, joined Kirk later in the night, as did other influential Republican officials.
The dominoes kept coming. 
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, two of Trump's primary rivals, also issued stinging rebuttals to the current nominee. 
"As the grandfather of two precious girls, I find that no apology can excuse away Donald Trump's reprehensible comments degrading women," Bush wrote on Twitter.
Sen. Marco Rubio said the comments were "impossible to justify." Sen. Ted Cruz, yet another former primary rival, said there was "simply no excuse for them."

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Trumps rant was pathetic, but using a Romney quote is succinct, does the term Sister Wives ring a bell.

Anonymous said...

Damned if you vote for one, Damned if you vote for the other.

-G.G.