Hearts sink on Hunter’s presidential exploratory committee

In six years, Trump has taken out the Clinton dynasty, the Bush dynasty and the Cheney dynasty.”Tim Blair to Rowan Dean
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9 Responses to Hearts sink on Hunter’s presidential exploratory committee

  1. Entropy says:

    Chelsea and Malia probably still think they have a birthright though.

    And no doubt Liz Cheney will do her spoiling best in 2024 as an extremely well funded independent.

  2. Riversutra says:

    I really hope Ms Cheney wastes her PAC funds and runs, she will split off democrat voters looking for someone vaguely moderate from whichever looney Democrat candidate they put up.
    Does Trump have a series of stick figures on the back of his limo representing the Bushes, Clintons and Cheneys : With the word “Roadkill” next to the list?
    If he doesn’t, he should.

  3. False Equivalence says:

    Riversutra: When your King Trump reaches his destination I sincerely hope you are one of his peasants.

  4. Boambee John says:

    Falsies

    Sad, low energy, try harder.

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    They’ll be ba-ack.
    I don’t think we’ve seen the last of Jeb! and Chelsea at very least.
    Terminators are less persistent.

  6. Riversutra says:

    I sincerely hope you are one of his peasants.

    The Future is Feudal!

  7. Lee says:

    Riversutra: When your King Trump reaches his destination I sincerely hope you are one of his peasants.

    The fate of most U.S. citizens should the hopeless Biden/Harris cabal continue in office for too long.

  8. False Equivalence says:

    And of course you know that Blair’s comment was actually a direct quote from Trump’s son.

  9. False Equivalence says:

    “Last night, my father killed another political dynasty, and that’s the Cheneys. He first killed the Bushes, then he killed the Clintons. Last night he killed the Cheneys.” So Eric Trump, former president Donald Trump’s son, interpreted the primary loss by Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) last night.

    He is not wrong that the Republican Party has now been captured by extremists who reject the principles associated with that party. Trump’s statement reflects the reality that today’s MAGA crowd rejects the ideology of Reagan’s Republican Party, which was based in the idea—if not the actual execution—that the government must not interfere with markets. Far from trying to free up markets, Trump and those like him, including Florida governor Ron DeSantis, have used the government to punish businesses that don’t support their political policies and to reward those that do.

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