Trump supporters flee his campaign, will Johnson be the beneficiary?

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October 9, 2016
Palm Beach Free Press
by Karl Dickey  
Posted in Commentary

"Coming off the revelations in yesterday's Washington Post article, Republicans are looking for a place to flee as they distance themselves from Donald Trump. According to the article, which was verified as true by Trump, the Republican candidate boasted, 'And when you're a star they let you do it. Grab them by the p--y. You can do anything.' The video, when taken in culmination with his many insults to women, have put his supporters in a tough spot; whereas they don't want to be seen aligning with him and his comments. So where can Republicans go? Will they suck it up and check his name anyway in the voting booth? Will they go over to Gary Johnson? Will they stay home? Or will they ignore the presidential campaign and vote Republican down the ballot in the November 8, 2016, general election. Perhaps they may follow the many war hawks and neocons who are supporting Hillary Clinton." (10/08/16)

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  • dL

    “And when you’re a star they let you do it. Grab them by the p–y. You can do anything.”

    The boast by and large is a crude restatement of Kissing’s famous boast, “Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac.” Or maybe a modern amendment to it, “Star Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac.” You may be morally offended by the boast or someone making good on the boast, but its not an inaccurate statement.

    “The video, when taken in culmination with his many insults to women, have put his supporters in a tough spot.”

    It puts the Republican establishment in a tough spot. It doesn’t put the GOP voters in a tough spot. Where are they going to go? Same place they were going before…

    Oh, and Gary Johnson running around proclaiming the GOP is dead and gifting himself the GOP voting block by decree. Show me the money, Gary. Leave it to the pragmaticrats to turn every possible opening into an act of rhetorical self-delusion.

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