Timing is important. It's one of the most difficult things to teach another person because it comes from experience. To catch the perfect wave you have to keep your eye on the horizon watching for it. You need to see it coming before it gets there. As I watch the GOP candidates rise and fall, one by one, I am reminded of the discipline surfers are known for. They rise up early to train, they use their instincts, their experience, and their courage to catch the wave and ride it out. Their focus is single, their determination is unwavering. You can tell the great ones enjoy the ride no matter how rough it gets. A surfer does not blame the wave if he falls. He accepts responsibility for where he missed it, picks up his board and heads back out there again. If he doesn't know how to surf? He won't learn how on "Jaws." He needs a smaller wave. “Baby steps.” Take Bill Murray's advice, Dr. Carson. In all seriousness, the GOP candidates are going to have to grow up and accept the fact that in any race the competition isn't going to let them take 1st place without a fight. The nature of politics is dirty and whatever you say, can and will, be used against you. It is a poor specimen that cannot handle the pressures of adversity. Anyone can pose on the cover of a magazine and look presidential. The right lighting, make-up, photo displayed can make a fool look like a king (or queen). Image is only skin deep. It is what is underneath that image that counts. Candidates will spend an inordinate amount of time with image consultants, experts on body language, wardrobe consultants, all in an effort to present the right image. The right image can win an election and put them in the oval office. It just won't help them lead a nation of over 300 million people. Electing the wrong candidate can mean the difference between prosperity and poverty. It can also mean the difference between freedom and slavery. It happens in increments. We've been watching it happen for decades now. The RNC and their establishment candidates are killing this country. Your present "cup of tea" has hemlock in it, ladies and gentlemen of the Republican Party. Why are the people electing golf course prancing show horses when what America needs is a down in the trenches work horse? This generation might understandably ask, “What does a work horse look like?” Look up Winston Churchill. He was a work horse. That is what we need. More than anything, we need a president that can lead this nation through the troubled waters we're in. Namely the South China Sea dispute which is happening right now. Exactly when can we expect a response from a GOP candidate about this news? It is high time we confront the RNC and the career politicians they have catered to and tell them their Party is over with and it is time to send the good ole' boys packing! Who will lead the way? America stands waiting.