Having been entranced of late with WWII, MJE is struck by the frightening similarity between the furer’s and the donald’s rhetoric regarding the “others” who are to blame for whatever fix we are in. At least the donald wants to fence them out instead of fencing them in. And for the millions of undocumented residents who are already in the country and working hard, paying taxes and contributing to medicare and social security (which by the way they will never receive) don’t let the door hit you on the way out. But before you go, can you recommend a legal that can hang drywall and frame up my new pool house?
Other than achieving some cheap political points I don’t understand his xenophobic opposition to letting muslims into our country. I mean when you get down to the real nitty gritty, what’s the difference, other than religious preference, between muslims who believe that everything in the quaran is the true word of god (and are branded “radical”) and christians who believe everything in the bible and willfully suspend belief in reality (and are practically granted sainthood)? And fuggetabout the non-believers, oh ye of little faith, there is no room for you in america’s manger.
The fact that hair trumpler enjoys tremendous support from the evangelical community is a real conundrum, how can they possibly approve of a thrice-married huckster and self-aggrandizing schoolyard bully who crudely insults everyone who disagrees with him? What about his disregard for good ole Christian values like turning the other cheek, or treating others as you would like to be treated? Or his cringe-worthy pandering and subsequent bombing of the one test of his knowledge of the bible at liberty university? “So 2 corinthians walk into a bar…” Talk about having blind faith.
But if an extremely small delusional sub-section of the voting populace ends up calling the shots on the future of our country then we are all headed for a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad hair day.