There's no denying it. Donald Trump is a formidable political figure in the political arena.
Donald Trump is expected to win the New Hampshire primary, and from there the sky might be the limit. Forty-two percent of registered Republicans now say the political novice will go on and win the nomination.
What seems to be overlooked is that Donald Trump is the best thing to happen to the Democratic party since the begining of recorded political history. In only one election cycle Donald has been able to completely rip apart the Republican political machine. Something Democrats have been miserably failing at for years.
Every vote for Donald Trump is worth the same; or possibly more than a vote for a Democrat. A Trump vote is a vote against the Republican party and as long as Donald is standing on the stage with them they will continue to grow weaker.
My advice to Democrats is; don't get on the "dump Trump" train. You're only aiding and abetting the Republicans who are trying to bring him down. Those are the one's Democrats should be targeting so that Trump can continue doing what he does best; instilling terror and fragmenting the Republican party.
What Democrats need to do is make the "deal" before the Republicans do.
Remember! Every time someone votes for Trump it's one less vote for one of his "sponsored" (by millionaires and billionaires) Republican opponents.
We're mad as hell and we're not going to take it anymore. That's right, all of us are now Howard Beale, the out-of-control newscaster from the 1976 classic movie "Network." Both Republicans and Democrats in New Hampshire confirmed the mood of the country: anger, disgust, frustration. Fed up with Washington gridlock, with leaders continually kicking tough problems down the road, voters have made political neophyte Donald Trump and Vermont firebrand Bernie Sanders the new presidential front-runners. Can "traditional" candidates like Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush and John Kasich respond? We will see. Below you will find hour-by-hour reports and analysis from Tuesday's "first in the nation" primary.
>> Analysis: New Hampshire primary winners and losers