New generation Republicans speak like females in a therapy session. Pat Buchanan, who should be in the employ of Donald Trump, has fighting words for mincing little Paul Ryan. These are:
“… In millennial teen-talk, Ryan told CNN’s Jake Tapper, ‘I’m just not ready to do that at this point. I’m not there right now.’”
“Excuse me, but upon what meat has this our Caesar fed?”
“Who made Ryan the conscience of conservatism?”
The hubris here astonishes. A Republican establishment that has been beaten as badly as Carthage in the Third Punic War is now making demands on Scipio Africanus and the victorious Romans.
This is difficult to absorb.
… If Ryan holds to his refusal to accept the decision of the Republican majority in the primaries, he should be removed from that role. And if Ryan does not come out of Thursday’s meeting with the Donald, endorsing him, the presumptive nominee should turn to Paul Ryan, and, in two words, tell him, “You’re fired!”
Trump cannot allow the establishment to claw back in the cloakrooms of Capitol Hill what he won on a political battlefield. He cannot allow a discredited establishment to dictate the issues he may run on.
That would be a betrayal of the troops who brought Trump victory after victory in the primaries …