Apr. 21, 2016

General Election: This Is Gonna Be Something Else!

"The Way things are going, they're gonna crucify me."
(John Lennon "Ballad of John and Yoko")

Commentary by Marc Platt


Look folks, when all is said and done we're going to see Hillary Clinton face off against The Donald in a general election. God knows why Trump will want to subject himself to getting "Fired" by America and truly becoming "The Biggest Loser."

I still believe that he wants to find a way out of this mess he has created for himself.

He hasn't had a REAL political organization to do all the dirty work behind the scenes, because he is cheap. He could not have truly expected to be in this position, so he didn't bother to do what is necessary to actually win the White House.

The Trump "Campaign" is scrambling to put some sort of ground game together, while Hillary Clinton's machine has been intact since 2007. These Democratic campaign experts twice got Obama elected and now will have a "HUGE" head start on Trump.

It is very important for you to comprehend a few facts. I will keep this simple and not too wonky. 

Mitt Romney got smoked by Obama. Obama got around 65 million votes and Romney 59 million. Ask yourself one simple question...Can Donald J. Trump come even close to 59 million votes by alienating Mexicans, women, Asians, Muslims and people making the minimum wage, which he claims is "too high?"

Can Trump get millennials to vote for him? The same millennials who were Sander's supporters?

If the GOP goes to Cleveland and denies Trump the nomination, there will be hell to pay. If Trump is the nominee then there is a big chance that the senate and house turns blue in the downballot elections this November.

The sad GOP reality is Republicans will stay home in droves and Democrats will have their chance to elect the first female U.S. President and the U.S. Senate and a ton of House seats.

We could be looking at an exodus of GOP voters who will feel like they have no clear choices with Trump or Cruz on their ballots.

Paul Ryan was absolutely schooled by Joe Biden in the VP debate. He showed a total lack of knowledge in the area of foreign affairs. It is very difficult to find a qualified candidate on the GOP side. Kasich and Cruz have not really shown electoral prowess being beaten by a businessman who uses Twitter and Facebook much more than traditional advertising means.

This general election will be something to remember and reset the entire political process in America.

This is going to be very ugly for the Republicans.