Being knee-jerk polite by nature, rightists all too easily fall into Mr. Nice Guy mode. I can't get that image out of my head of Romney not knowing quite what to say when Candy Crowley basically called him a liar during his debate. What he should have said was:
"Are you here to moderate this debate, or are you here to assist Obama?"
Or in a more satyrical fashion:
"Tell you what — how about you and I debate, and Obama can moderate?"
Trump would have answered one of those ways. That's why he won. We all got tired of voting for Republicans who couldn't wait to kowtow to Democrats and sell us all out. We liked his counterpunching, and the left is learning that when they're rude, Trump comes back twice as rude.
So you'll never hear me say that Trump should be more "Presidential," meaning that he should let the left push him around. And you'll never hear me say that "we're better than that," again meaning that we should turn the other cheek and let the left do whatever it pleases, while we feebly and apologetically object, and then apologize for objecting.
Here's somebody else who isn't apologetic. Ann Coulter. This is from Vox Day's site [link]:
To review:Read the rest here:
-- When the president's immigration policy is to promote international communism: The president wins.
-- When the president's immigration policy is to transform America into a different country: The president wins.
-- But when the president's immigration policy is to protect Americans: Some piss-ant judge announces that his authority exceeds that of the president.
This is exactly what I warned you about in Adios, America: The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole. Nothing Trump does will be met with such massive resistance as his immigration policies.-----------
Quibcag: Not really a quibcag. Illustrated by one of Baloo's cartoons about the comically primitive.