I was on Bennett talking with him about this today.
Much has been said about democrats like Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Hillary Clinton (links point to articles on the subject) not being able to describe the "Difference Between a Democrat and a Socialist".
And rightly so.
Now it's coming to haunt Hillary as we see the rise and acceptance of a "Democratic Socialist", Bernie Sanders, posed to take her lunch away.
The funny thing is that Bernie is still not a member of the Democratic Party.
Sanders, Bernard - (I - VT) Class I
332 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
He only caucuses with the Democrats.
I said all that to say this.
What is the difference between a conservative and a Republican?
And I know the difference. I've heard you all rant on it. And I agree.
What prompts this is the National Review issue attacking Trump.
I am so glad to see this.
And to the critics who say that this is the Establishment attacking Cruz?
Dana Loesch? Tom Sowell? Glenn Beck? Mona Charen? Stephen Hayward?
So, Bernie is not a Democrat and is a socialist, and is kicking Hillary to the curb.
Similarly, Trump who was never a Republican til recently and not a conservative is tromping Cruz, et al.
Why is Trump doing so well?
I've had a theory that we view candidates as our "avatars" or "emojicons" who represent how we feel.
I hear so many say, "I like what Trump says. He's sticking it to the establishment!".
But there is no There, there.
"Oh, he'll pick the brightest minds. It'll be HUGE!".
But what is HIS mind? What will be the mindset of the minds he chooses?
I don't get it.
I've got smart friends here, that seem to support Trump.
What happens after Trump gets elected?
He won't pick Cruz as veep and wouldn't listen to him if he did.
Who will check this narcissist if in power?
I'd like to hear your opinion.