Time for panic?

“Less than three months before the kickoff Iowa caucuses, there is growing anxiety bordering on panic among Republican elites about the dominance and durability of Donald Trump and Ben Carson and widespread bewilderment over how to defeat them.

Party leaders and donors fear that nominating either man would have negative ramifications for the GOP ticket up and down the ballot, virtually ensuring a Hillary Rodham Clinton presidency and increasing the odds that the Senate falls into Democratic hands.

The party establishment is paralyzed. Big money is still on the sidelines. No consensus alternative to the outsiders has emerged from the pack of governors and senators running, and there is disagreement about how to prosecute the case against them. Recent focus groups of Trump supporters in Iowa and New Hampshire commissioned by rival campaigns revealed no silver bullet.”

“According to other Republicans, some in the party establishment are so desperate to change the dynamic that they are talking anew about drafting Romney — despite his insistence that he will not run again. Friends have mapped out a strategy for a late entry to pick up delegates and vie for the nomination in a convention fight, according to the Republicans who were briefed on the talks, though Romney has shown no indication of reviving his interest.

For months, the GOP professional class assumed Trump and Carson would fizzle with time. Voters would get serious, the thinking went, after seeing the outsiders share a stage with more experienced politicians at the first debate. Or when summer turned to fall, kids went back to school and parents had time to assess the candidates. Or after the second, third or fourth debates, certainly.

None of that happened, of course, leaving establishment figures disoriented. Consider Thomas H. Kean Sr., a former New Jersey governor who for most of his 80 years has been a pillar of his party. His phone is ringing daily, bringing a stream of exasperation and confusion from fellow GOP power brokers.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/time-for-gop-panic-establishment-worried-carson-and-trump-might-win/2015/11/12/38ea88a6-895b-11e5-be8b-1ae2e4f50f76_story.html

Panic from within the establishment

They now entertain the possibility that someone who will not play ball is about to be elected

They don’t care who wins

As long as it is JEB or Hillary

What happens if they get someone who will not go along with the new world order?

It could definitely throw a wrench in their plan

Their plan?

Yes, I know, black helicopters etc.

But there really is a “They” in “They say”

Look at Europe, Canada, Australia and the rest

We are behind the times here and are holding things up

Now it is time to accelerate

And that cannot happen if someone picks their ball up and goes home

Interesting times are coming

Hope everyone is strapped in for the ride

4 responses to “Time for panic?

  1. Interesting times. Get the popcorn and pull up a seat with a good view.

  2. You know they are panicking after one of the Koch brothers said he isn’t donating a dime to any of the Republican candidates this time around.

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