And it only gets worse. This past weekend two events took place which show the Establishment bias and its disdain for the base voters who despise what they do as well as haven't done during the Obama Presidency. It is for this reason that I have put this photo up today. Each of these five men, including the two, John Boehner and Eric Cantor, who lost their positions are still heavily involved in Republican politics. Boehner has even helped fund a process to primary and defeat conservative Republicans running for reelection to the House, including the outspoken Tim Huelskamp of Kansas, a courageous man of principal. Lindsey Graham, well, he's just built his career as a John McCain clone, always willing to take on Republicans who oppose liberal causes. And then, of course, there is National Republican Committee chairman Reince Preibus and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, clearly showing their hand despite protestations by Preibus to the contrary.
So let's get back to the weekend. In Park City, Utah at the Republican Governors Conference, Governors were shown a slide show of how to keep Trump from winning outright, forcing a brokered convention in the end. And at Sea Island, Georgia, a number of left leaning business types, many from Silicon Valley, met with Republican leaders, including McConnell, and listened to Karl Rove explain how to beat Trump. Karl Rove, the man who has an atrocious success record if you measure it in terms of dollars wasted, led a discussion with guests Tim Cook of Apple, Tesla Motors' Elon Musk and Facebook investor and past co-founder of Google Larry Page as well as Pinch Sulzberger of the New York Times. Really? The Republican Party, still claiming the mantle of being a conservative body upset with Donald Trump, is working with known crony-capitalists of a leftist vent to stop Trump? Furthermore, they are also doing so to try and stop Cruz as well and insure another disastrous nominee for yet another election cycle.
Ted Cruz is right. If the Establishment does follow through with what they desire and if they are successful in doing so, a powerful rebellion will ensue and the Republican Party will be no more. Under such circumstances it would be well deserved, yet in the meantime the country goes up in flames as well. So whether your favorite is Trump or Cruz, it's time to get busy and make sure that one of these two men is the nominee. They represent the only hope for once and for all putting the fork in the Establishment pig. It's time for the barbeque, folks. Send the Establishment to the political version of the slaughterhouse. Just say no and vote accordingly.