- Jan 3, 2009
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His haughty condescension is undeserving of the deference you're giving him.You show some ability to understand political systems, but then you just turn to jumping into wrong conclusions.
Encouraging though in your coming to understand Trump's flaws
I understood Trumps flaws even before the democrat voters did. Back when democrat voters didn't see Trump as having a snowballs chance in hell of becoming president.
My conclusions are just that. Mine. I welcome being proven wrong. As long as it's actually proof.
I've been a democrat, a republican and was a Libertarian, more recently. But I'm not owned by any party, group or organization at this point. I'm just a conservative now.
"What you do means a whole lot more than anything you've got to say."
"Trump's flaws", as far as the democrats are concerned, is that he's a lot closer to what the democrats stood for a mere 30 years ago than they want to admit....A secure border, equitable trade deals, a growing economy, well paying jobs, anti-communist, a decent respect for civil liberties, an America-first attitude toward foreign affairs....In nearly every practical application, he's a sort of Hubert Humphrey democrat.
IOW, he revealed how far that both wings of the uniparty have dragged the Overton window to the left, to the point that REPUBLICANS are to the left of guys like Humphrey, Scoop Jackson, and Daniel Patrick Moynahan.