Sunday, August 21, 2016

Why should you respect someone who is either an idiot, or a fool?

Klavan once again.

He pleads for respect for each other's opinions.  Once the never Trumpers can come up with arguments that make sense and are consistent with the facts, then I can at least respect that much.  Nothing I heard from these people suggests any such thing.

Frankly, I don't know what drives the never Trumpers but an overwhelming desire to destroy themselves.

You cannot rally around a thing that is false, unless you are false yourself.

If you won't heed the facts, then what else can you be called but an idiot or a fool? 

You have to unite around something.  At least rally around the truth.


Klavan says it is hard to choose.  That got me a bit riled up.  What is so hard to choose here?

Look, I know what it is like to be caught between two alternatives of which neither seemed good.  It was like that in 1980.  I did not vote for Reagan because his tax cut proposals seemed to be fiscally unsound.  Events proved me correct, but Reagan was still a better president than Carter.

If you seriously think that a criminally insane person like Hillary should be President just because the alternative is not what you consider to be a good Republican, then go right ahead the way the you are going.

You have to be indifferent to the kind of damage that Hillary would do in order to support her, either directly or indirectly.

If you hate what she would do, then it should be a no brainer.

In addition to that, when you don't win, and act like sore losers, it drives people away.  If Trump doesn't win, you won't have the pieces to pick up that you think you will have.   People won't forget your disloyalty.

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