Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Patrick Caddell, 1950-2019 | Trending

Patrick Caddell, the political pollster who helped send an obscure peanut farmer named Jimmy Carter to the White House, later became disillusioned with fellow Democrats and finally veered to advise supporters of Donald J. Trump, died on Saturday in Charleston, S.C. He was 68. His death, from complications of a stroke, was confirmed by a colleague, Prof. Kendra Stewart of the College of Charleston.

via pjmedia.com

So I guess he won't be moving to New Zealand after all.


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Jimmeh Carter doesn't look so bad now, does he? Slick Willie, W, O, and damn near Hellary, and the Trumpster. Not so bad at all.

And in his day the Deep State settled for arranging a dreadful press for the chap, rather than mounting a slow-motion coup, as with Trump, or a fast-motion one, as with Nixon.

As for JFK, who knows? My own guess is that it really was the communist rifleman acting alone, but who knows?

Posted by: dearieme | Feb 20, 2019 9:59:53 AM