The Republican hierarchy is screaming: Holy Cow! We've got Ralph Kramden as our presidential nominee!
These folks finally realized that through their collective opposition to President Obama, with their Do-Nothing Congress rejecting all of the President's appointments and legislative programs, they created an angry electorate.
The voters want action in Washington. Not political paralysis as usual.
"The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one term president." And the Do-Nothing Congress was born.
This begat the Republican Party witnessing the birth of a television personality, not unlike Jackie Gleason's Ralph Kramden, headed toward the White House this November.
Enter television personality Donald Trump with his juvenile penchant for name-calling of Republican opponents and winning the 2016 Republican nomination. Trump's platform: "Trust me, I know all about these things."
Sounds like: "I know all about birthing, Miss Scarlet."
Now, the powers in the Republican Party are pulling their hair out at the prospect of an uninformed television personality, former owner of the Miss Universe Organization, with a "to the moon, Alice," attitude toward women, Mexicans, Muslims, Democrats, minorities, judges, climate change, Obamacare, and who boasted on Howard Stern's program of having had Venereal disease, (referring to VD as his Vietnam war) as their nominee for President of the United States.
Not president of Ringley Brothers Circus, but of the United States of America.
The Do-Nothing Republicans are in a huddle trying to impeach Donald Trump's nomination with a third party candidate or passing a quickie measure to keep Obama in office for another year for the sake of the Party, the nation, the world.
Yikes! Don't let Trump near the nuclear launch codes.
"The single most important thing we want to achieve is to keep President Obama in office for one more year."
"Trust me…I know about these things…I know these people."
Trust me? After three wives, a failed Trump University, failed gambling casinos, failed condominiums, failed airline, failed payment to venders, failed steak business, failed tax returns, and that dodgy hairdo?
By comparison, Trump makes Governor Ooops look like George Washington.