When Republicans Were Confronted By Their Own Electoral Failures, They Blamed Voter Fraud

In doing so, they dismissed personal responsibility, and paved the way to practice deceit and dishonesty in the form of voter suppression. In order to fulfill their high opinions of themselves, Republicans sought attention by callously disregarding the rights and feelings of millions of Americans. Most, if not all of those Americans responded with anger, but can you blame them. However, karma was in the house too, and in 2011, Trump seized on the birther movement, while he was being cheered on by Republican leaders, but today, 2015, Trump is the belle of the ball and Republicans are pissed, enraged, angry, and seething, can you blame them? But as predictable as ever, Republicans dismissed their own personal responsibilities for paving the way for a Donald Trump to rise inside the Republican Party, no, they blame Hillary Clinton’s emails. Republicans were bamboozled, duped, hung out to dry, left looking stupid, by Trump, to the degree that they have those, “Deer in the headlights” expressions. So, what does the party of, “No” do when confronted by their own failures, find a scapegoat. The moral of this story, “Oh the irony, when you say one thing, but mean the opposite.”

I ain’t gonna lie, the erratic behavior of the face of the Republican Party, Donald Trump, was years in the making. You heard it here first, Republicans are directly responsible for their own electoral failures because at first they’d practiced to deceive. One of their many deceptive practices was enabling birtherism. When birthers were confronted with their own failures before and after the 2008 elections, they found a scapegoat, President Obama. Oh, and by the way birthers and Republican leaders, keep doing what you’re doing, because Donald Trump’s Betrayal is Texas Tea and Black Gold to this Blogger.

I ain’t mad at Trump, no way, he is the face of the Republican Party, because they’re all self-centered, arrogant, and well versed in the art of betrayal. That’s not a bad thing in the literary world. You know this by some of our books, movies, plays, and politicians. This behavior is held in high esteem by our corporate media apparatus, so who am I too judge.

Today, millions of Americans are practicing and/or being taught to embrace personal responsibility, and we are also aligned with those who aspire to become or they’re already a pubic servant, nothing more, nothing less. Those who talk the talk, but don’t walk the walk, do so at their peril.

The political party of “personal responsibility” doesn’t want to take personal responsibility for Donald Trump, so what, that’s icing on the cake for me.

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