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    Sound the Trumpet

    Sound the Trumpet

    There’s not much I can add to Mark Levin’s explanation of why Donald Trump does not represent the conservative or Tea Party movements.  He wasn’t there when we needed him, and he helped those who were against us.

    So why the swirling support around Trump?

    Much of it, without doubt, is name recognition.  But that cannot explain it completely.

    As of now, Trump is the only one willing to meet Obama’s smash-mouth attitude with smash-mouth attitude.

    Obama can invite Paul Ryan to sit in the front row for Obama’s budget speech, and then spend 45 minutes calling Ryan everything but a murderer, and Obama gets away with it because we have respect for the Office of the President even if we do not respect the President.

    Obama got a pass on Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers, and on just about everything else, as his minions trashed the Clintons, Geraldine Ferraro, and everyone who criticized Obama as racists.

    The lesson of the recent sound of the Trump-et is not that we need Donald Trump, it’s that we need to distinguish more clearly between the Office of the President and the President.

    And we need someone who is not afraid to tell it like it is about the most arrogant, demeaning and dismissive President of my adult life.

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    "… the very weak looking Republican field."

    Prairie pudding!

    The Republican field has two and possibly three sure candidates for POTUS and all are women. Not one man in the field, with the possible exception of Don Trump, can stand to the occupier of the White House or will.

    Only people who fear legacy media and socialist oligarchs think the Republican field is weak. Such people, themselves, are the weak ones, made so by cowardice.

    Apparently, you missed Mitt Romney's op-ed at NRO this last week about the president's speech. He said the president crossed the line from misguided mistakes to outright dishonesty. Granted, calling the president a liar in an article isn't as "smash mouth" as demanding his birth certificate all over the Interweb, but it's a sign that Romney's willing to go head-to-head with the president.

    What'll really be interesting will be watching how many evangelicals who reject Romney's conversion to pro-life give Trump a pass on a similar conversion.

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