Will Hillary Clinton win the White House thanks to Republican votes? Should Bernie Sanders mount an independent bid? And why is my 27-year-old Bernie-supporting daughter, Grace Barron-Martinez, kind of excited that Donald Trump has no more competition within the GOP? Episode 46 of Scott Ott Podcast offers some answers to these Berning questions…and more.
“If I had known that every candidate I like would drop out of the race…I would have liked Donald Trump.” Scott Ott joins Amy Chodroff and Dave Williams on KLIF 570AM in Dallas/Fort Worth for a morning-after debrief of the impact of the Ted Cruz campaign suspension, and Bernie Sanders rolling revolution.
Topics on this show…
- Harriet Tubman on the $20, and Andrew Jackson off
- There’s no free speech in baseball. Schilling falls to thugocracy.
- The new ‘Trifecta’ at BillWhittle.com
- Passing of Prince
- RNC rules committee frozen by the mob
- Big GOP donors look downballot, rather than presidential
- Hillary coordinates with her PAC, but doesn’t want you packin’
- Bill Clinton shoots his mouth off at millenials.
If I don’t support the Republican Party’s presidential nominee (e.g. if it’s Donald Trump) am I still a Republican? And what is a Republican anyway? What are the benefits and obligations of membership? We non-Trumpians may have a big decision before us. Episode #35 of Scott Ott Podcast should help us get ready for this political worst-case scenario.
In this episode (#21) of Scott Ott Show…
— Why I hope for a brokered convention.
— If Trump’s the nominee and I don’t back him, am I still a Republican?
— What’s that thing on my face?
Please don’t leap to conclusions after viewing the large print on this bumper sticker. Make sure you examine the footnote. Donald Trump certainly doesn’t believe this.
And here’s your GOP presidential primary gift bundle.
UPDATE (3/4/2016): Will #NeverTrump Republicans Have to Quit the GOP? (Scott Ott Podcast #35)
Character Trumps Confidence: How to Pick a Presidential Winner (column at PJMedia)
The Undeniable Weakness of Donald Trump (Scott Ott Podcast #33)
Playing the Trump Race Card, Whack-Job Romney Rumors and a Brokered Convention (My recent interview on Dallas radio.)
Speak Against Trump at Your Own Risk (Scott Ott Podcast #31)
Palin Pumps Trump Making Him Look Nearly Normal (Scott Ott Podcast #25)
It’s time for Republicans to speak bluntly about the undeniable weakness of Donald “Donny” Trump. On the eve of Super Tuesday, just before the GOP debate in Houston, I gave advice to Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio for hamstringing the pompous blow-hard. Wonder of wonders, they took it. Listen to find out how they can take it further on episode #33 of Scott Ott Podcast.
On the heels of a new round of sniping and squabbling among Republican presidential candidates, I offer a new way to approach the whole process…one that could change your frustration to joy. In episode #28 of Scott Ott Podcast, I explain how, “You are the face of liberty. You are the picture of the pursuit of happiness.”
Scott Ott will host a GOP Presidential Debate pre-game edition of Scott Ott Show at a special time: Thursday, January 28, 2016 from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Eastern, on YouTube and Periscope (via Twitter @Scott_Ott). The show will feature a LIVE chatroom on YouTube so viewers can talk communicate with each other and with the host, as well as Periscope’s interactive chat feature.
Link to LIVE show, starting at 6:00 p.m. Eastern: http://YouTube.com/c/ScottOtt/live
Sarah Palin makes an endorsement speech so bizarre, even Donald Trump seemed a bit creeped out by it. Here’s my insight as a guy who voted for John McCain only because Palin was his running mate. Plus, I just finished reading Trump’s new book, “Crippled America” — which I repeatedly refer to as “Corrupted America” (go figure). Can’t wait to share my impressions with you here in episode #25 of Scott Ott Podcast.