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The destruction of the Republican Party has begun, and at the helm is Reince Priebus bowing down to the destroyer, Donald J. Trump. No one with common sense and an honest heart could possibly confuse Republicanism with Populism. The Republican Party will have an epitaph that reads, the greatest party in America fell to the Trojan horse Donald Trump, while the citizens stood by and watched.

But you tell me
Over and over and over again, my friend
Ah, you don’t believe
we’re on the eve
of destruction.

Don’t you understand what I’m trying’ to say
can’t you feel the fears I’m feeling’ today?
If the button is pushed, there’s no running’ away
There’ll be no one to save, with the world in a grave
[Take a look around ya boy, it’s bound to scare ya boy]

Yeah, my blood’s so mad feels like coagulating’
I’m sitting here just contemplating’
I can’t twist the truth, it knows no regulation.
Handful of senators doesn’t pass legislation
And marches alone can’t bring integration
When human respect is disintegrating’
This whole crazy world is just too frustrating’

And you tell me
Over and over and over again, my friend
Ah, you don’t believe
We’re on the eve
of destruction.
Former President George W. Bush fretted to a group of former aides and advisers in April that he was worried he could be the “last Republican president.” The 43rd president’s remark, at a gathering in Dallas of his administration’s staffers, reflected a dim view of the party’s prospects at a time when the primary contest was realistically down to Donald Trump and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. “I’m worried that I will be the last Republican president,” Bush told a clutch of former aides and advisers.

We have seen many lifelong Conservatives and Republicans bow down to Donald Trump because they feel that this is the only way to win the national election, but for many everyday, common Americans, “this is the eve of destruction” of their party. The common hard working freedom loving American just wants to know that freedom is still there and that freedom will ring as loudly for their children as it had for their parents. But today, we “are on the eve of destruction” of the GOP, which throughout the decades has truly been the leader of civil rights for all people in America, and the freedom to pursue their happiness as they see fit.

George W. Bush may very well be, as Trump makes Hillary Clinton, possibly the most un-electable candidate the Democrats could offer up, seem oddly electable.

Republican voters of principle are ripping up their voter registration cards and are moving towards the door, seeking a party that better reflects their values, since the GOP has become the Trump party, according to Trump’s campaign manager and alleged Russian mob fixer, Paul Manafort.

Say what you will about George W. Bush, but he sees the writing on the wall. That may be why he has refused to be part of Trump’s ego-fest in Cleveland. He was a flawed, but principled president, and the last time we saw any real class or respect for the office in Washington.

And truthfully, I can’t even say I hope he’s wrong, because if Trump is the new face of the GOP, Republicans don’t deserve to be in the White House again.

The focus on Donald Trump as a person and his own private businesses continued at the beginning of night three. That focus was disjointed and distracts from the seriousness a major party convention should impart.

The Trump establishment truly loathes Ted Cruz. Cruz had every right to be on stage Wednesday night. He was the only candidate, save Trump, who met the threshold for having his name placed into nomination under the Rules of the Republican Party. Last night he graciously asked that his name not be placed into nomination for the good of the Party. Tonight he gave a foundational speech on American values and he was soundly booed because he did not endorse the nominee.  Inside of the arena, it was the loudest moment of the convention so far. The stands shook, and the vitriol of Trump supporters against Cruz was palpable.

Law enforcement is truly rising to the occasion. Outside of the convention security perimeter, men and women in blue are keeping the peace while allowing peaceful protest.

But on the eve of destruction, the RNC is no longer a force to be reckoned with, but a message of confusion, hatred, and ill-repute. America can only stand strong if there are two powerful parties because of their members, and today, as in yesterday, America is still “On the eve of destruction”


iPatriot Contributers


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