Et Tu Parte?

The Republican Roman Senate finally unsheathed its knives. As everyone knows, an illegally recorded and selectively edited video of Trump making bawdy sexual remarks 11 years ago was just released into the open maw of an imbecilic public. That an egocentric billionaire playboy might have once spoken outside the bounds of propriety for a supper with the Queen has apparently left many aghast.

Granted, such concerns as the Supreme Court, migrant swarms, war in the American state of Syria, and speech/gun constriction have to be balanced against the weight of pearls clutched to our breast. And for some, the misery of their posterity is simply not so acute as the question of: Did he really say grab their pussy? That’s the reason I’ll give my grandchildren as their hometown caliphate butts against the barrio. Hey, at least they’ll have conservative values.

And what’s more conservative than a party coup attempt one month before the election? That’s essentially what’s taking place with all of the endorsement retractions, funding refusals, and calls to step aside. There were easy, rational responses to Trump’s vagina monologue. Any of them needing simply to state the obvious: that the tape is stale private bluster dredged-up for nothing but Clinton’s political camouflage, and wholly unrelated to the interests of the American people. A people who, by the way, elected Bill Clinton twice.

But instead they come not to praise Trump, but to pretext him. They want their pampered party of genteel losers back from the usurper and his deplorable plebes. And when flimsiest opportunity was revealed, rhetorical blades flashed under the camera lights. What is a man’s country if he has lost his sinecure?

Though the risk with such open political assassinations is when your victim still mounts the lectern. A great deal of Trump’s campaign has been an accommodation to Republican priorities. His Reaganesque tax platform being the most obvious example. One Clinton has clubbed him for repeatedly. With Republican paymasters having already abandoned him entirely, and the apparatchiks now rushing to do likewise, Trump may find himself in the unusual position of being a man fully liberated. And that might be more interesting than his erstwhile party would like.

I imagine he will remain within the lanes of political orthodoxy, though someone both as wealthy and sensitive to betrayals as Trump could possibly decide to charge off the reservation spectacularly. Backstabbing republicans have certainly calculated this possibility, and would likely welcome it as him gifting back their party. But that would be overly optimistic on their part. The Age of the Cuck is waning manifestly, and it is difficult to envision millions of nascent national populists trudging grimly back to the enemies of their tribune. After this lurid public denunciation, how will republicans ever summon the straight-face necessary to exhort their right-flank to “come together” against future democrats?

Millions have now learned that the road to coming together is strictly a one-way street. And once a man grasps how badly he has been grifted, he rarely returns for seconds.

So will a gravely injured Trump quietly nurse his wounds or muster the legions? I don’t know. Though I do know treachery sires many bastard sons.

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25 thoughts on “Et Tu Parte?

  1. Reblogged this on The way I see things … and commented:
    Ha! I seriously doubt that Trump will leave! (and you leave?-Et Tu Parte?)
    But I know for fact that WE THE PEOPLE will not go quietly back to our tribunes — should Trump not be victorious on November 8 –>> Welcome to the new Revolution.

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    Though the risk with such open political assassinations is when your victim still mounts the lectern. A great deal of Trump’s campaign has been an accommodation to Republican priorities. His Reaganesque tax platform being the most obvious example. One Clinton has clubbed him for repeatedly. With Republican paymasters having already abandoned him entirely, and the apparatchiks now rushing to do likewise, Trump may find himself in the unusual position of being a man fully liberated. And that might be more interesting than his erstwhile party would like.

    I imagine he will remain within the lanes of political orthodoxy, though someone both as wealthy and sensitive to betrayals as Trump could possibly decide to charge off the reservation spectacularly. Backstabbing republicans have certainly calculated this possibility, and would likely welcome it as him gifting back their party. But that would be overly optimistic on their part. The Age of the Cuck is waning manifestly, and it is difficult to envision millions of nascent national populists trudging grimly back to the enemies of their tribune. After this lurid public denunciation, how will republicans ever summon the straight-face necessary to exhort their right-flank to “come together” against future democrats?

    Millions have now learned that the road to coming together is strictly a one-way street. And once a man grasps how badly he has been grifted, he rarely returns for seconds.

    So will a gravely injured Trump quietly nurse his wounds or muster the legions? I don’t know. Though I do know treachery sires many bastard sons.

  2. Yeah, well these cuck losers should have realized by now that no one cares what they have to say anymore. Trump was carrying them, and if they want to jump into the quagmire and sink go ahead. Knock yourselves out you irrelevant fucking cuckers.

    The real story here though is that the October Surprise was delivered by Billy Bush, cousin of George W. Bush. I’d bet money that old fart Bush sr did this. Only a CIA guy would be dumb enough to deliver an October Surprise for Hillary with a member of George W’s family. The Left fucking HATES George W. Bush. Wait until they find out his cousin did this. That and those incriminating Wall Street speeches ought to give Hillary and her team of medics a headache all the way to election day.

    • 1. Catching up on a month’s worth of your poasts is like slowly sipping on a 1900 Chateau Margaux
      2. I thought he was sunk when he didn’t come out swinging, but he picked up the pace and had a few zingers. Hoping he goes for the KO in the first round of the third debate.

      • Always good to see the old poasters stop by. I might watch some of this thing after all given Marie’s unqualified endorsement. I’ll see if it’s on youtube.

    • The look of fear and horror on Bill Clinton’s face was worth the wait. Fucking priceless.

      Oh the cucks. They better hope their donors don’t smell the fear and failure on them because we’ll be coming for them even if Trump loses. There were no gloves in that debate for Trump to take off. Bare knuckles brawling for the rest of election season. It will be entertaining if nothing else.

      Red pills for everyone.

      • I was basically watching to see if Trump might go rogue. There was only a small chance of that happening, and once it became clear it was off the table the debate contours were fairly predictable. I don’t now how representative this NBC poll is, but down 14 with under a month leaves few plays but the Hail Mary.

      • @Porter

        Well, perhaps Republican officials are privy to similar internals. it would be a moderately sympathetic explanation for their behavior. Though I am doubtful the desertion over the weekend (and backstabbing throughout the campaign) have been specifically motivated by real and hopeless polling data.

        I am feeling somewhat optimistic. A decent showing during last night’s debate. Winning issues, if he can get his arms around them and present them well. My sense is there are a lot of people out there, Democrats even, who want to support Trump and he just hasn’t found the way to reassure them, to close the deal.

        Although I don’t take my cues from Nate Silver, it was only a couple of weeks ago that he had Trump at more likely than not. What has changed?

        I’d like to see him make this a referendum on nationalism versus globalism, on us versus against us. On preserving out country, our people, culture, our natural resources, our environment versus giving it away or having it stolen from us. A Dream Act for Our Children. That theme seems to have receded in the past month. Why isn’t immigration being linked to job loss, weak wages? Why isn’t he going after H1-Bs?

        Put Hillary and the electorate to the EXPLICIT choice between looking out for our neighbors and our posterity, or betraying them.

        What would a Hail Mary look like to you?

      • Reader, I don’t disagree with your prescriptions. All of those are key distinctions he should be far more active in drawing. The hail marry I meant in context of this piece was in returning the knife to his republican assailants. Saying that he isn’t here to represent the Republican Party, but the American people. And those republicans who serve the interests of donors and their own wallet in lieu of the people should be the ones stepping aside if they had any sliver of remaining shame.

      • @Porter

        Gosh that would be an awesome statement to give, and not to my mind all that risky from a political standpoint. I bet a lot of Independents and Democrats would find it compelling, in addition.

        Hmm..

        The prescriptions in my prior post were responding to the possibility you raised of his waning chances. I was mainly trying to say he is underachieving, and still has weapons at his disposal. I don’t see using them as being a Hail Mary.

      • From today’s Bezos Clown sheet:

        Donald Trump declared war on the Republican establishment Tuesday, lashing out at House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (Wis.), Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) and other GOP elected officials as his supporters geared up to join the fight amid extraordinary turmoil within the party just four weeks before Election Day.

        One day after Ryan announced he would no longer campaign on Trump’s behalf, the GOP nominee said as part of a barrage of tweets that the top-ranking Republican is “weak and ineffective” and is providing “zero support” for his candidacy. Trump also declared that “the shackles have been taken off” him, liberating him to “fight for America the way I want to.”

        Trump called McCain “foul-mouthed” and accused him with no evidence of once begging for his support. McCain, the party’s 2008 presidential nominee, pulled his endorsement following a Friday Washington Post report about a 2005 video in which Trump is heard making vulgar comments about forcing himself on women sexually.

        “I wouldn’t want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people, that I can tell you . . . especially Ryan,” Trump said in an interview with Fox News Channel. He said if he is elected president, Ryan might be “in a different position.”

        Donald is plainly a reader here. If you see this, I’ll entertain satrap posts in your imperium.

        As an aside I wrote a post tonight and didn’t care for it. Sometimes I don’t know what’s going to come out of the sausage.

      • Thanks for the reply. Get that man some razor sharp non-cuck counsel.

        I’d be interested to read any reaction you have to Douthat’s column today in the New York Times. (Don’t feel compelled though.)

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  4. This debate was the greatest spectacle on earth. I can’t stop smiling. BTW, we, the imbecilic public are not as easily manipulated as when Bill Clinton or even Barack Obama was elected. You can pat yourself on the back for that. Trump didn’t seem gravely injured at all and we can only hope he runs amok. Any which way you cut it, the GOP is dead.

    • Not alone are her own party not throwing her under the bus, but Republicans like George Bush senior are coming out in her favour. That party truly is a stinking cesspit. Trump’s only shame is that he’s running on their ticket.

  5. The DNC and RINOS have never stopped plotting Trumps take down and when they smelled Trump blood they went for the kill. They hoped to get everyone ginned up and get Pence to drop out and leave Trump isolated. Once again they proved how inept they are at everything except raising taxes and spending money. What came to mind is the recent failed Turkey coup. Unfortunately unlike the Turkey coup plotters the DNC and RINOS are still alive.

  6. If does win within her first year we will have refugee welcoming centers lining both coasts, the erasure of our southern ( later northern, endgame all) borders, and with such excessive need comes the end of any conservative being elected to any office of actual import ever again. Oh, and of course the war with Russia, whip the world into a frenzy of chaos and the people will beg for peace, a beautiful totalitarian dictatorship.

    • If the hag gets in expect a full crackdown on any dissident voices. The recent surge in nationalism has them scared shitless and they will do anything and everything in their power to prevent any similar movements in the future. I guess the question is how much can they take away before the threat of punishment loses its grip. Like Solzhenitsyn said, once you take everything away from a man he’s free again.

  7. The voting information pamphlets arrived in Saturday’s mail and the ballots have been printed. Mr. Trump can now say whatever he wants. What he should say is that the next debate moderator will be Shaun Hannity.

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