Have you ever made what you thought was a good decision only later to find out it was terrible? In most cases you simply chalk it up to a learning experience and move on. But what if you had told everyone you knew about your decision and how excited you were? What if you bragged about your decision and told everyone else how stupid they were for not making the same choice? In that case, it becomes much harder to admit your mistake and move on.
I'm thinking that must be how Donald Trump supporters are starting to feel. They came out supporting him for his stance on immigration, the stuck it out with him when he said he wanted to go after the families of terrorists, but now they've got to be questioning their choice.
Over the weekend, Trump not only said he would replace Obamacare with some other form of Trump-care, but he also insulted his own voters by suggesting he could stand in the middle of the street and shoot someone with losing any votes.
But most of his supports have been so ou