Jack Cahill wrote the book “Deconstructing Obama” and in it, he made this interesting prediction-
“The first Republican candidate to educate himself on this issue, and to turn the tables on his tormentors, will likely be the next president of the United States.”
The issue was Obama’s constitutional eligibility of course and Cahill’s prediction was prompted by his observing the weak shivering fear of most of the Republican presidential field when it came to mentioning the issue.
Donald Trump has not been cowed by the mainstream media’s desperate attempts to curtail discussion on the subject. He has not been bluffed by the obvious lie that Obama’s eligibility was a non issue. He has not been deterred by their sniggers and their smirks and their eye rolling and their arrogant condescending remarks. Like myself, Trump holds these disgusting partisan charlatans in utter contempt, and once you get to that stage they can’t hurt you. Trump is bullet proof.
Trump has faced down his sneering interviewers on every extreme left current affairs show in America and each time he has done so he has won more support and brought the truth about Obama’s deceit into the open and to the notice of more and more Americans. Obama must be as worried as hell.
Anyone who has read this blog knows I am no fan of Donald Trump. Any regular reader would know I dislike Trump for his political instability and his failure to understand basic ideological positions. He calls himself a Conservative, but he isn’t. Like the slavering gape jawed socialist idiots that flock to Kiwiblog and Public Address, he doesn’t know what it means.
Trump has one thing going for him though and its a powerful consideration. He refuses to let the mainstream media set the agenda. He has more fight in him in that respect than the rest of the Republican field put together.
So for that he gets my support and my grudging respect. I don’t want him to be President, but when I see his outstanding ability to beard the liberal media in their den, he could almost change my mind. If he opens the argument up, he will have succeeded in taking away the stick the left have been using to beat Republicans over the last few months. Alan West, Michelle Bachman and Sarah Palin, whom I thought would do so much better, have all weakly yielded to the left’s intimidatory tactics.
So on the one hand I’m thinking good, Trump has smashed down the left’s Berlin wall, now the candidates I like can follow through. Then I think, but hang on, Trump was the one with the courage and ability to face down the left on this issue, shouldn’t he be rewarded for his bravery and the shrewdness of his strategy when all the others were too timid to do what should have been done?
Trump has sent investigators to Hawaii now to seek the truth on Obama. Why didn’t anyone else do this? Maybe, after all, Trump should be President, but if so, its only because of the abject failure of all of the other Republican candidates to measure up. Pretty hopeless really. They all should have done so much better, and after I see how simply and effectively Trump has countered the left, I find it hard to forgive them for their fear and inaction and their weak capitulation to the arrogant bullying of the contemptible left wing media.