Rachel Maddow Talks About The Bush Dynasty & How The Media Doesn't Talk About The Wars They Have Started
It is one thing to realize that both parties are controlled by plutocrats (a variation of what are normally called "dictators") and another to realize the one of those parties - representing (in theory) 50% of America - is led almost exclusively by one family and it's cohorts... EXACTLY like a little Monarchy... that could become a big one again and mislead us into another war (which they are clearly prepping for with thier Iran rhetoric). The media STILL doesn't deal with their wars. Rachel Maddow herself pointed out how the 'beltway media covers for them' (and later thinks that somehow the beltway media was "wrong" on Trump and it wasn't just a hatchet job. I call it "the fog of journalism" or, more generally, the zombie apocalypse).
Anyone supporting ideas held by the GOP's little Monarchy, which is trying to return to the White House and bring right-wing terror back to the White House, needs to be seriously questioned.
From my blog post predicting Jeb Bush's eventual nomination:
The Republican party is more traditional than many analysts realize. With John McCain's support, the "waiting in line" torch was passed on to Mitt Romney and so he was the unofficial 'party head'.
Despite the tea party’s extraordinary energy over the past year, it looks like former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will win his party’s nomination. At the end of the day, Republicans are following a familiar pattern: Nominating the mainstream candidate who has waited his turn. This is the party that’s had a Bush or a Dole on its ticket for 20 years. It’s a party that also had Richard Nixon on its presidential ticket for 20 years.
In fact, the GOP primary was a joke as even comedy news show hosts knew who the eventual GOP nominee would be...
Mitt Happens - Mitt Romney competes with Mike Huckabee, Donald Trump and a long list of dark horses for the Republican nomination. (04:01):
Nowadays, we talk about all the candidates running in the GOP primary EXCEPT the guy who has already won the GOP primary (it seems like the GOP and it's 'strategists' want to project the image of the GOP as being a democratic party?).
Th only reason Trump has made it this far is because he is his own celebrity and has his own money. This is the first time the party, of and for the rich, has EVER been challenged and it's by a rich guy.
On one side you have the traitors and outright liars of the GOP and on the other side you have Trump. Tough decision?