Tea Party conservatives are smart enough to know that Trump is new to politics. He never had the authority to implement destructive policies like the Arab Spring. So his flip-flopping on stuff like Paul Ryan might wound conservatives, but he does not hurt the country in the way Clinton used her authority. Trump’s Ryan endorsement infuriates anti-establishment activists: ‘Sold us out’ By S.A. Miller Friday, August 5, 2016 Trump endorses Paul Ryan, pleases party leaders but infuriates anti-establishment activists In any event, Trump will look good if Paul Nehlen defeats Paul Ryan in November. President Trump could then work with a true Tea Party conservative speaker of the house. On the other hand, Hillary Clinton obviously believes that lying is safer than flip-flopping. Donald Trump obviously believes that flip-flopping is safer than lying. I have to give Trump the edge on that one. Clinton has been lying for as long as she has been in public life and it has done her no harm to date. Her lies about her home-brewed e-mail server will be her undoing. Basically, Clinton must lie to bury her core beliefs rather than flip-flop. Everything she says and does originates with her heros: http://www.americanthinker.com/images/bucket/2016-08/196893_5_.jpg Finally, Clinton’s choice of Tim Kaine was based on his loyalty to the United Nations. She cannot now dump Tim Kaine and replace him with somebody like Elton Britt (1913 - 1972) who made a bid for the presidency in 1960. Can you imagine any Democrat campaigning on this song! Indeed, Clinton cannot find anyone among Democrats who can help her whitewash her patriotism image even if she tried. There has not been one Democrat since Britt who put their loyalty to this country above their loyalty to the United Nations.