Friday, September 4, 2015

Trump Signs Pledge

Donald Trump has pledged not to run as a third-party candidate in the 2016 presidential election. He offered his loyalty to the Republican Party.

This indicates just how well Trump is doing as a Republican candidate.

I think he believes he can win the nomination. Whether he can, of course, remains to be seen.

I think the RNC is wise to show Trump respect, not because I think Trump will continue to be at the top of the polls, but because so many Americans are drawn to Trump.

Establishment Republicans and conservative talking heads clearly aren't hurting Trump when they attack him and dismiss him as a clown. That strategy has been thoroughly ineffective.

Trump's popularity reveals just how frustrated many conservatives are with establishment Republicans. We want a leader, a fighter, not an appeaser.

We elect Republicans to represent us and our conservative agenda, but instead they bow down to the Leftists. We handed Republicans landslides in 2010 and 2014. Where did that get us?

Quite simply, we're sick of the Republicans' impotence. We're sick of being screwed over by them.

Republicans need to pay attention to the PEOPLE and get why Trump's message and manner is resonating with them.





I can't say I trust Trump.

That's a big problem, but I do understand how desperately people are pining for a candidate willing to take on the rabid Leftists without tiptoeing around and trying to earn their approval.

Good grief, they aren't voting for Republicans.

So many Republican candidates don't seem to understand that they need the approval of conservatives first. They don't get it.

Playing to the Left is not a winning strategy.

(I'm talking to you, Jeb, and your donors.)

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