Is Trump the best America can do?
The question is not whether Trump is the best idiot but how this moron became a candidate to the presidency of the United States?
In recent times an old European country elected Macron — a charismatic and intelligent person to be President of France — while a young country like Canada elected another charismatic and qualified Prime Minister in Justin Trudeau. What happened to America’s got talent when all we could find in our body politic is Trump? Was it a system failure or the dereliction of duty by the gate keeper’s failure to prevent the ignorant and the barbaric from getting through the gates of civilization — common sense or just plain sanity? Never mind that the Russian used a modern version of Sun Tzu’s “The Art of war” to put Trump in the Whitehouse, the Electoral College failed its political design.
Was the election of Trump a Constitutional failure or due to 18th Century methodology used to solve a 21st Century electoral process? It follows that why isn’t the same deep learning used in artificial intelligence to guide driver-less cars used to count proportional Electors by state? Is it incompetence or corruption?
Trump supporters claim the rest of just don’t get Trump. But we must not forget that after witnessing the many neuron-freezes Bush had during his time in Office it still comes above the neuron flare-ups that we are now experiencing with Trump and his rhetoric of reductio ad absurdum.
It is stupefying when the head of our government describes on national television the ongoing legislative health care debate as:
“They worked so hard and they worked so long. And when I said, let’s do this, let’s go out, just short little shots for each one of us and let’s say how good this plan is — we don’t have to talk about this unbelievable — wasn’t it unbelievable? So we don’t have to say it again. But it’s going to be an unbelievable victory, actually, when we get it through the Senate.”
Can any of the Trump supporters explain what the President’s plan for health care is?
As long as the Republican establishment is focused more on the win and on keeping its grip on the government and not on the welfare of this country what follows is anybody’s guess before something ignites!