Saturday, April 02, 2016
Well it is obvious that he has had his brain eaten and is now wandering around seeking other brains to eat. And that scares the Republican/Teabaggers because they have few enough brains to spare in the party already.
Donald J. Trump, who in recent days has mocked a political opponent’s wife, defended a campaign aide arrested on a charge of battery and suggested punishing women who terminate pregnancies, may have surrendered any remaining chance to rally Republicans strongly around him before the party’s July convention in Cleveland.The Republican Party is pretty barren ground to look for brains. If they had any they would have seen that the short fingered vulgarian was damaged goods from the start and torpedoed him from the start instead of encouraging him. But at least we can get an answer to Craig Ferguson's question as to whether zombies shit. Given the amount of shit that spews from Trump the answer is a most definite YES!
At a moment when a more traditional front-runner might have sought to smooth over divisions within his party and turn his attention to the general election, Mr. Trump has only intensified his slash-and-burn, no-apologies approach to the campaign.
“He should have started uniting the party in March,” said Henry Barbour, a Republican National Committee member from Mississippi who previously supported Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, “and he is making it harder on himself.”
Republicans who once worried that Mr. Trump might gain overwhelming momentum in the primaries are now becoming preoccupied with a different grim prospect: that Mr. Trump might become a kind of zombie candidate — damaged beyond the point of repair, but too late for any of his rivals to stop him.
Should Mr. Trump lurch into the convention so fatally compromised with general election voters and a sizable faction of Republicans, it could make it easier for the party to wrest the nomination away from him. But it would also make the consequences of failing to defeat him all the more ruinous if the specter of choosing a seemingly unelectable nominee does not deter Mr. Trump’s supporters.
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