by Dr. Ed Berry
Dick Morris provides lots of good information on politics. As of today, Morris feels Republicans will nominate one of these five candidates.
Morris says the establishment candidate no longer has a financial monopoly. The prevailing Tea Party candidate will have billionaire backing. And Donald Trump is worth $9 billion.
Recall my description of the four factions of the Republican Party. Republican faction demographics suggest Jeb Bush will beat the Tea Party candidate. So it’s Jeb Bush unless …
Along comes Donald Trump.
He’s serious this time. He will run as a Republican. He won’t go third party. He is a household name. He can talk. He has money.
Donald “Make America Great Again” Trump fits the image Republicans and maybe some Democrats want: bring business, jobs, and power back to America.
Trump knows business. He knows money. He knows the players who can help make America great again. He knows the international scene. And he won’t bow to any international leader.
Are you tired of the same old politician candidates?
Do you want a president with the “killer instinct” necessary to make America great again?
Do you want a president who will be nobody’s puppet?
Do you want a president who’s not afraid to say “You’re fired”?
Then Donald’s your man.
Where does Donald Trump fit into the four Republican factions?
You already know, I am a Very Conservative but Seculars Republican. Michael Savage fits this faction. Savage supports Trump. I support Trump. But my faction is only 10 percent of the Republican Party. So …
Will the Somewhat Conservatives (40%) and the Moderates to Liberals (30%) Republicans support Donald Trump over Jeb Bush?
That’s the key to the Republican nomination. If we knew the answer to that question, we would know the Republican nominee.
What’s your answer?
Here’s your chance to add your view in a comment. What Republican faction you represent and who do you like?