Why would Republican donors join together to defeat the Donald? After all, he is merely saying out loud what clearly a large number of Republicans actually think. His racist and xenophobic tirades are sweet music to the ears of a much larger group of Republicans than Republicans want to admit. Perhaps it isn't embarrassment so much as a realization that the rest of the country is finally getting to see Republican true colors, and so now the Republican main stream must once again push that racist
A friend emailed this to me:
Phil Klay served with the U.S. Marines in Iraq during the 2007 and 2008 surge. Upon his return, he wrote Redeployment, which won the National Book Award for fiction in 2014. Today, the U.S. House voted to halt a program aimed at resettling thousands of Syrian refugees. In a series of tweets reacting to the news, Klay wrote, "It's only during frightening times when you get to find out if your country really deserves to call itself the 'home of the
For to tide you over until that Jew gets back for his Second Comings.
Well, at least one governor who is refusing to accept Syrian refugees is even drawing the line at 5 year olds. After all, they may already be trained suicide bombers. This is a prime example of the kind of "leadership" the GOP wants to inflict on this country, where we are all paranoid freaks, petrified of children. They should hang their heads in shame.