The one – slightly unobvious – rationale to vote Trump

There is an excellent recap of the meat of the recent debate in the Conservative Review.  We must ask why these debaters did not assail Trump earlier and win the game back months ago.

And from my own cerebrum: The irregular responses over the decades to Trump challenges, insofar as solid conservative values go, leave most people feeling he cannot be  depended on for reasonable or dependable actions.  He cannot be predictably GOP.  He cannot be predictably on the side that he supposedly now invests his name and reputation in.

But just as surely, he is confusing and unknowable to our array of enemies – Iran, China, DPRK, South American dictatorships, and others.  When Reagan took the reins, people knew he was no sissy marshmallow Jimmy, and they responded with instantaneous attention and even respect for the clear hegemon, Reagan – us.  Our hostages were instantly freed at the moment of Reagan's inauguration. 

And the repute we have smashed under the frightening nullity abdicator-in-chief/leftist in the White House must be restored swiftly, or the world will continue its fast spiral down the toilet.

The best guarantor of a peaceful world, as has been often stated, is a strong United States.

This is not a plea to vote Don; it is one argument to provide solace if it is already too late to reverse the incoming tide.

One man I met at a discussion of the impact of election 2016 works with at-risk black kids in Harlem.  He (wrongly) expressed the sentiment that there will be a "huge backlash" of people in the Dem column "swarming to the polls" to supposedly counteract the views of the GOP in debates and elsewhere. 

As they say in circles without much vocabulary to draw on: Ain't happening.

My immediate reaction to him was that Bernie's crowds have hardly ever voted before and may not show up at the polls reliably.  Hillary's "crowds" are meager and anorectic at best, and the reaction in Dem circles, expressed by Dem leaders when speaking about her, to Democrat supporters, is that her supporters are "extraordinarily tepid," not a vast vote of confidence or a premonition of huge tidal reaction to anything done or stated by Republicans.

There is an excellent recap of the meat of the recent debate in the Conservative Review.  We must ask why these debaters did not assail Trump earlier and win the game back months ago.

And from my own cerebrum: The irregular responses over the decades to Trump challenges, insofar as solid conservative values go, leave most people feeling he cannot be  depended on for reasonable or dependable actions.  He cannot be predictably GOP.  He cannot be predictably on the side that he supposedly now invests his name and reputation in.

But just as surely, he is confusing and unknowable to our array of enemies – Iran, China, DPRK, South American dictatorships, and others.  When Reagan took the reins, people knew he was no sissy marshmallow Jimmy, and they responded with instantaneous attention and even respect for the clear hegemon, Reagan – us.  Our hostages were instantly freed at the moment of Reagan's inauguration. 

And the repute we have smashed under the frightening nullity abdicator-in-chief/leftist in the White House must be restored swiftly, or the world will continue its fast spiral down the toilet.

The best guarantor of a peaceful world, as has been often stated, is a strong United States.

This is not a plea to vote Don; it is one argument to provide solace if it is already too late to reverse the incoming tide.

One man I met at a discussion of the impact of election 2016 works with at-risk black kids in Harlem.  He (wrongly) expressed the sentiment that there will be a "huge backlash" of people in the Dem column "swarming to the polls" to supposedly counteract the views of the GOP in debates and elsewhere. 

As they say in circles without much vocabulary to draw on: Ain't happening.

My immediate reaction to him was that Bernie's crowds have hardly ever voted before and may not show up at the polls reliably.  Hillary's "crowds" are meager and anorectic at best, and the reaction in Dem circles, expressed by Dem leaders when speaking about her, to Democrat supporters, is that her supporters are "extraordinarily tepid," not a vast vote of confidence or a premonition of huge tidal reaction to anything done or stated by Republicans.