11-13-2016, 04:48 PM
Bannon hates the establishment, I don't have a problem with him being in there as chief strategist if the goal continues to be taking down the establishment. Not hopeful either way in terms of liberty being the focus, so if it's an anti-establishment presidency I guess that's the best a libertarian could hope for with the slew of authoritarian plans they have in the mix.
Which leads to Priebus, who is establishment through and through, friends with all of the big GOP establishment people. Huh.. He has connections and will use them to maximize Trumps plans, or so they tell us. Not a fan and yes, any rpfer worth their salt remembers the crap he pulled during the entire 2012 GOP primary which culminated in pulling some bs during the RNC convention to not even announcing Paul's name during the delegate count, in order to ensure the election of his friend Romney. Just politics right? Interested to see how this is going to work, although they did work together to win the presidency and overcome the media and onslaught of false prophets and predictions. I'd feel a little better if Priebus was not in the mix.
The honeymoon is over. It was delightful and delicious watching Trump crush Hillary and cause liberal lefties to cry from coast to coast. It really has been a spectacle to witness. This has been entertaining no doubt, but some of these picks are going to be unpopular as anything in libertarian circles and to a lesser degree in Breitbart republican circles.