The LuLac Edition #3180, March 31st, 2016
You should see the emails I got from Democratic groups going after Donald Trump for his answer on abortion with Chris Matthews. Look at this:
Donald Trump said that abortion should be illegal -- and if a woman gets one, “there has to be some form of punishment.”
Let me repeat this: DONALD TRUMP WANTS TO PUNISH WOMEN FOR MAKING OUR OWN HEALTH CARE DECISIONS.
He also made sure to point out that the only way abortion will be outlawed in America is if we elect a president like him who’ll appoint anti-choice judges.
This will be a fundraising opportunity for interest groups. But the key thing here is that this is the first time in the campaign that Trump’s camp tried to clarify his stance. No apology. No shoving back. For the first time, Trump’s team needs to act like he is a politician.
Trump’s stance on women, his erratic answers on Foreign policy, his cozy relationship with bankers will give Sanders all of his talking points on a silver platter. No wonder the GOP wants to derail him. If Sanders can gather a coalition of everyone Trump opposes, women, Hispanics, youth and people screwed by Wall Street, he may carry 34 states. 34 states you say?
That’s the rub. Sanders’ likeability factor is better than Trump’s and even Clinton’s. Americans will vote for someone they like. Look at Bush Vs. Gore. The last President elected who was not “liked” was Richard Nixon.
Trump’s negatives are good news for Bernie!
1. The Democratic Party, like its counterpart makes the rules. Call it undemocratic, whatever, but they make the rules.
2. When the Democratic convention in 1968 went awry, the party went under a huge reform transformation. That begat George McGovern, an unorganized convention where McG gave his acceptance speech at 3AM. That begat a nominee for Vice President not properly vetted. That begat a 49 state loss.
3. That’s when the party pulled back some of the rules and started to assemble party elders that might keep the party from gong off the rails.
You might think that the established power brokers and their candidates get the brass ring all the time. But that’s not true. In 2008 Barack Obama got the Super Delegates like Bill Richardson and Illinois Senator Dick Durbin. Others followed suit and Hillary Clinton was not the nominee.
For better or worse, that’s how the Super delegates came to be.
You think this Presidential year is crazy, you should have been around for 1968. On a Sunday night, Lyndon Johnson under siege by Democratic opponents Gene McCarthy and Robert Kennedy as well as the Vietnam War addressed the nation on the war. Toward the end of the speech, Johnson pulled a surprise that would change the race and even the future of the Democratic Party, the course of the war and the nation. Johnson made this announcement:
There are many who feel that even though he was under attack, Johnson could have been re-elected. Johnson who pretty much stayed on the sidelines got screwed in the end by Richard Nixon’s team when his peace negotiations were pulled asunder when emissaries of Nixon convinced the Vietcong that they might get a better deal under Nixon.
Johnson is vilified for his role in Vietnam but he was trying to get out. Had he done so, history as well as the families of the many soldiers killed after Nixon took office would have been different.
Attorney General candidate Joe Peters came out against two Democratic candidates who got into a tiff about police.
"As a former cop and police chief I will not tolerate denigrating our men and women in blue to gain support of liberal communities, which some of my Democratic challengers seem intent on doing for political gain.
No one likes a bad cop - me first. But for political purposes painting a picture which implies that all cops are bad and need to be prosecuted rather than starting from the opposite premise is wrong.
Peters campaign is on the move acroos the entire state.
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