Donald Trump is not a principled conservative. He has made a political career out of ranting and raving and pandering to the frustrated masses that are equipped with the passionate belief that we need something different.
In a word, frustrated conservatives appear less concerned with good policy ideas and more concerned with implementing “change we can believe in.” Sound familiar?…
Trump has been willing to flip-flop as the wind blows. He’s strong on immigration in one breath and soft in another. He’s a free-market conservative on Monday, a “punish the rich” RINO on Tuesday.
He’s such a flip-flopper that he can even change his position three time in under 90 seconds. Don’t believe me? Check out the video below where Trump berates the media, then promptly says that he loves the media and then says that we should thank them.
“They are terrible,” Trump said. “Honestly, and I don’t mean all, but I mean like 75, 80 percent. And they know it, they know.”
“These are not stupid people,” Trump continued, but “they’re very dishonest people, in many cases.”
“Do we like the media?” he prompted.
“No!” the crowd mindlessly hailed.
“Do we hate the media?” he asked, gesturing his arms for people to follow his lead.
“Yes!” the crowd yelled.
“OK, no, I don’t hate anybody. I love the media. They’re wonderful,” Trump said.
“I guess we wouldn’t be here, maybe, if it wasn’t for the media, so maybe we shouldn’t be complaining,” Trump added.
No, but seriously, he seems like a perfectly stable individual that we should trust with the Oval Office…