Both care of CNN:
1. "National Review, conservative thinkers stand against Trump." Conservative thinkers [sic]. "National Review, the conservative magazine founded by William F. Buckley, published a special issue on Friday opposing Donald Trump's bid for the presidency. ...The issue features a blistering editorial that labels Trump a threat to conservatism, as well as essays by 22 prominent conservative thinkers from various ideological factions, in opposition to Trump's candidacy."
LOL. Okay, players. After spending decades playing a crucial role in cultivating a base of gross bigots, now they want to announce that they're "Against Trump," the inevitable Monster King to emerge from the cesspool of their own making.
2. "The Ted Cruz pile on: GOP senators warn of revolt should he win nomination." Well, I always find GOP senators revolting. But anyway.
In interviews with CNN, a growing number of Republicans are beginning to echo remarks made by the likes of former Sen. Bob Dole and Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, warning that the party would suffer deep losses down the ticket and risk electing a Democratic president if the Texas senator wins the nomination.There ain't a single candidate in the GOP primary who would appeal to moderates and independents!
"I think we'll lose if he's our nominee," said Orrin Hatch, the most senior Republican in the Senate.
"There's a lot of people who don't feel he can appeal to people across the board," Hatch said. "For us to win, we have to appeal to the moderates and independents. We can't just act like that only one point of view is the only way to go. That's where Ted is going to have some trouble."
So, basically, the Republican establishment is shitting its breeks over the thought of Trump or Cruz getting the nomination.
I would be delighted with their collective agita over their chickens coming home to roost, if it weren't for the fact that one of these jackasses will have a shot at the presidency. Sob.