Monday, May 16, 2011

Trump: “I’m fired!”

It was out "on the wires" by this morning. Real estate magnate and reality-show host Donald Trump has decided, "after considerable deliberation and reflection" (reinforced no doubt by a sudden dip in the polls), to drop out of the running for the Republican nomination for President in 2012. This despite every confidence that he would have won had he stayed in the race. (A debate with him and Obama would be major theater, one must admit.) Trump also cited that he was "not ready to leave the private sector." Indeed. Given his successful appropriation of "imminent domain" laws to expand his enterprise, as we reported from columnist Michelle Malkin earlier this month, his rise to the Oval Office would be the death knell of private property rights in America.

Besides, the country club Republicans have had their way with both Bush administrations, and failed miserably in pushing McCain. But alas, the day is still young, and it ain't over til it's over.

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