Trump's behavior after his "surprise" loss has been disappointing.
As a Ben Carson fan, I can excuse some of his whining as the result of inexperience, but he needs to move on (even while as Mark Levin and others begin to wonder if Marco Rubio was responsible for Carson's so-called withdrawal from the race.)
This indeed is an ugly process; it's almost like that time in a master's English class when the liberal began crying when confronted with her bullying of other students. It wasn't pretty, I tell ya. In fact, it was downright disgusting.
That's where we are in the campaign: downright disgusting.
Hillary's a cheater; she's always been a cheater and now that old Bernie is feeling the burn, maybe he understands what some of the country has understood for decades: Rose Law Firm billing records that mysteriously disappear and then reappear in the White House, strange financial transactions, bodies appearing, women being attacked by a Bimbo squad.
She tries to ruin people's lives if they disagree with her for any reason.
Now when queried about Goldman Sachs' contributions to her campaign, she says this, from the WaPo:
"That’s what they offered," Clinton said in response to Cooper's question about her decision to accept $675,000 in speaking fees from Goldman Sachs in the period between serving as secretary of state and her decision to formally enter the 2016 presidential race.Yeah. Well, when you're a crook, you know.
We can just hope to our dear Lord that SHE doesn't make it.
This is the season for the madness; we will get through it, hopefully without too much damage.
And in Ohio we can't wait for our primaries on March 15; fill the air with commercial after commercial, please.
So looking forward to that.