Even Highclare Castle has an emotional revelation for the world as we say goodbye to what we call “The best writing in the History of Television.” Anyone who can get away with this kind of melodrama and have no one…not crying their head off…has done something.
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Trump Rolls into Iowa February 1st and New Hampshire February 9th. This pretty much is the moment it all becomes a reality.
Our look at what was really going on….at this year’s State of the Union.
At a fun 2nd amendment rally by the side of an indoor shooting range at Hudson, New Hampshire…First anti-Cruz theatrical performers got onstage and one did a quick monologue next to him….Cruz put his hand on the guy’s shoulder and twanged “I think your confused.” Cruz then shocked onlookers as he came into the crowd and posed for selfies with EVERYONE…showed grit and was the only candidate we’ve seen in New Hampshire who shook every last hand out there until the last dog was accidently shot by one of the many hand guns being bandied about. I kid…but not about the politics part. Cruz is energized and gives a very very strong performance out there. He may seem too marginal in terms of views for the main stream…..but like Nixon and all the heavy hitters (talking purely about political ability here)….he’s maleable.
So I wasn’t THAT surprised when Cruz began performing “Starman” …by David Bowie, and indeed, Cruz is becoming a fast rising star in the Republican party. It feels like he’s 24 years old (Check that but he’s young). Big performance in this debate tonight. There is a bit of a Starman thing happening with Senator Cruz. Very talented politician. I think LGBT rights might take a big hit if this guy were president…..but…like Nixon….Cruz initially has a potential VP feel. Rubio hit him hard last night….and Rubio also has that feel. So Trump surrounded by two very famous Cuban Americans…..Segura….. Bernie‘s gonna really relate to the 55 million hispanics in the country…oh yeah….Bernie’s gonna relate big time.
Apologees to the amazing Wendy Rosenfeld and the entire Weiner/Rosenfeld family..if they were not in Philly, the Pope‘s last stop in the USA… and if Rosenfeld was not such a damn good theatre critic, this would have gone in another direction.