ROMNEY WORDSWORTH – Today is Wednesday, November 4, 2015, and that means it’s Trumpday.  Let’s look at the state of the race.

CNBC did such an unprecedented hatchet job on the Republican Presidential candidates during their last debate, they may have succeeded in ruining the racket that the Liberal Media had been running on the Republican Party, permanently.  Perennial milquetoast Reince Preibus finally was forced to dump NBC or face a party wide revolt.  Donald Trump has used this vacancy to hold a meeting of the major Republican campaigns (which excluded the RNC from attendance) in Virginia this week.  The result of that meeting is that the campaigns (read:  Donald Trump) are now going to directly negotiate with the networks to find new moderators for the February 26, 2016 debate that NBC lost.

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the USS Wisconsin battleship in Norfolk, Virginia October 31, 2015.      REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the USS Wisconsin battleship in Norfolk, Virginia October 31, 2015. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

The word on the street is that the February date is going to be turned into the first Conservative Talk Radio presidential debate, moderated by Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Mark Levin.  Finally a primary debate hosted by conservatives that showcases conservatism.

Trump’s demonstration of leadership and skill in negotiating is paying out real world dividends.  According to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll of Republicans conducted after the CNBC moderated third presidential debate, Donald Trump is, by a wide margin, the Republican candidate most trusted to manage the economy, deal with foreign leaders and serve as commander in chief. 

More Republicans would trust him with the nation’s nuclear weapons than most of the rest of their party’s presidential primary field.  This is significant, because one of the Democrat main lines of attack on Trump, just as it was against Ronald Reagan, was the charge that Trump was too much of an erratic hot head to have his finger on the nuclear button.  Another failure for the Palace Guard Media.

In other quarters, Jeb Bush is trying to reinvent and reintroduce himself to the voters, for the 5th time, as the candidate who can “fix America”.  I don’t know that Jeb Bush is any more plausible as America’s political “handyman” as he was as the Republican “real outsider” to the Washington Establishment (LAUGHTER).

What Jeb Bush is really turning into is the Dr. Evil style Villain who, when his plans to take over the world fails, reverts to form by taking hostages.  In the case of Jeb Bush, the 102 page campaign plan that was leaked this week shows that he plans to use his $100 million war chest to hold the Republican candidates hostage, with the threat that if Jeb isn’t the nominee, he’ll use his $100 million to run TV ads to destroy all the other candidates.  Jeb Bush claims to have “no knowledge” of this plan.  Then again, Jeb also pledged to “support” the party’s nominee.  And Dr. Evil has a high energy weapon he calls a “laser beam”.  Stay tuned for further news while Jeb Bush stands out on the “ledge” of a “tall building” with his thumb on the “dead man switch”. 


In the fevered swamps of Fascism, where the Democrat Party now dwells, Hillary Clinton has become the candidate that is “Too Big to Jail”.  For the first time in American history, we have a presidential candidate, Mrs. Bill Clinton, openly running on a platform that promises to confiscate American’s guns, with or without amending the 2nd Amendment.  Because after all, to the communists of the Democrat Party, at this point, what difference does it make what the Constitution says?  Hillary’s campaign promises to confiscate all the guns in America (approx. 350 million) in the same manner as was done in Australia.  That this would almost guarantee a violent, shooting, Civil War in America is so obvious, even the Daily Beast is getting creeped out by Hillary.

In a wonderfully ironic definition of the term “gaslighting”, the Democrat Establishment still insists that those who are warning of the Democrat plan to confiscate guns are just “conspiracy theorists”.

If America’s choice in 2016 is between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the choice will be the starkest contrast in our history.