That old neocon, Limbaughput it nicely,
Listen to NPR and they don't even try to pretend objectivity. Yeah, they'll quote a Repub saying Trump is off his rocker and when Trump is gone, they'll happily bash the man they quoted.Everybody, everybody -- now Paul Ryan has joined in -- everybody condemning Donald Trump. The conventional wisdom is that Donald Trump's insane, he's a lunatic, crazy. This is dangerous. This is bad. It's un-American. It's unacceptable. He's gotta go.Except he's leading. A big problem. Even Dingy Harry -- and, by the way, for all of you Republicans getting on this gravy train condemning Trump, I want to show you what good it's doing you. Dingy Harry: "Donald Trump is standing on the platform of hate, and, I'm sorry to say, hate that the Republican Party has built for him."You Republicans, you can denounce Trump all day, all week, all month, and the Democrat Party and the media are still gonna say you laid the table for it. You can condemn Trump all you want, but it is not going to buy you any love or respect or admiration from the Drive-By Media and the Democrats. Now, folks, the conventional wisdom is that Trump is scum, that Trump is a reprobate, that Trump is dangerous, that Trump is obscene, Trump's insane, Trump's a lunatic, Trump's dangerous, Trump's got to go. Why join in with that phrase? Why join that crowd? We never fall in with conventional wisdom here.
So we all agree, Trump is anti-American because of his exclusionary thoughts. Well folks, for most of our history, that has been mainstream. Jimmy Carter banned Iranians and that did not disqualify him from a Nobel.
Early American policy was to say the least, discrimintory.
1790 Congress adopts uniform rules so that any free white person could apply for citizenship after two years of residencyWhether that is good or bad, Trump is not un-American even though some geniuses, such as Dick Cheney, Van Jones, Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker may think. Ah but ignorance is bliss.
At the Neutralist, we do not hate Muslims, but letting them in is not going well. We hate to be pity party poopers, but the question is begged but if they're so wonderful, why are there so many problems in all of their lands.
Of course, our country is not perfect, but it is ours. Theirs should be theirs and we should not contribute to screwing them up. Thus, again the Neutralist mantra, bring the boys home.
As to another possible Mick proverb, provided by the late Social-Democrat of Irish Protestant extraction, John Roche had one. "Never get involved in the religious wars of churches to which you do not belong."