11/12/15, "Time for GOP panic? Establishment worried Carson or Trump might win," Washington Post, Philip Rucker and Robert Costa
"Consider Thomas H. Kean Sr., a former New Jersey governor who for
most of his 80 years has been a pillar of his party. His phone is
ringing daily, bringing a stream of exasperation and confusion from
fellow GOP power brokers.
“People usually start off in the same
way: Pollyanna-ish,” Kean said. “They assure me that Trump and Carson
will eventually fade. Then we’ll talk some more and I give them a
reality check. I’ll say, ‘The guy in the grocery store likes Trump, so
does the guy who cuts my hair. They’re probably going to stick with him.
Who knows if this ends?’”
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley,
herself an outsider who rode the tea party wave into office five years
ago, explained the phenomenon.
“You have a lot of people who were told that if we got a majority in the
House and a majority in the Senate, then life was gonna be great,” she
said in an interview Thursday. “What you’re seeing is that people are
angry. Where’s the change? Why aren’t there bills on the president’s
desk every day for him to veto? They’re saying, ‘Look, what you said
would happen didn’t happen, so we’re going to go with anyone who hasn’t
Comment: The GOP E is just a group of business people. They chose the wrong line of work for themselves. Instead of changing careers, they decided to be mad at us. This has been going on for decades. It was never going to last forever.