In politics being right is impossible. The important thing is being able to convince people you have the answer when you are wrong. Career politicians know this. It’s how they stay in office. If they can’t be right and don’t live up to their promises they make sure there are other people to blame for their failures.
It began with a mean-spirited remark about Americans being deplorable. The reason? We were supporting Hillary Clinton’s opponent and she didn’t like it. Republican campaign rallies were disrupted. There were reports of violence. The trouble was pinned on conservative voters. The media stepped in.
It was only a matter of time before African Americans were pushed off center stage. Why? Democrats need fresh victims like Illinois politicians need corruption. Sensationalizing police shootings got old. The press and the party needed something new to inflame the nation.
Author’s note October 8, 2016: this post was published just before the Trump audio tape crisis began. What has changed since yesterday? Democrats and their media are having a field day. We expect that. They will never acknowledge their candidate’s tacit acceptance of Bill Clinton’s behavior in the White House.
Author’s note: for a quick read on why you shouldn’t vote in November 2018 either, scroll down to the September 2018 update.
I suspect a lot of people have made the decision not to vote this year. They don’t want to have anything to do with this election or our candidates, though I’m not sure why.
Are we at risk of running out of minorities for Democrats to pander to? Black Americans in poverty wore out their welcome. They speak too strongly to the failure of liberal politics to do anything but bring in votes. Hispanics are a better choice, especially this year.
There is one absolute worst reason to vote for Trump. Ironically, it is also the best reason to support his candidacy: you are being told not to. As an American, being told not to vote for someone should make you really, really angry.