Wednesday, June 29, 2016 – 09:15 a.m.
Long-time political pundit, Pulitzer Prize winning author and conservative stalwart George Will has left the Republican Party.
It was the buzz on all the political shows over the weekend.
Yep! Will, in protest, is now a no party preference voter registrant.
His utter disdain for party rank and file voters for putting presumptive nominee Donald J. Trump in the driver’s seat for the republican nomination is all he could take.
So Mr. Will is done with it all.
He took his bag of toys and has left, until such a time someone else is either a candidate, or in power, who will continue and or re-institute policies that have ran the country and middle-class into the ground over the last three decades.
Yes. Mr. Will says he believes the GOP, for whatever roll it has played in our government, has done a stellar job at running the country.
The only problem with that premise?
Only a smattering of ultra-conservatives agree with him.
Nevertheless. Goodbye George.
By the way George. The vacuum tube was invented in 1904. Not last year.
Don’t call us. We won’t call you.