It’s no secret Bill Kristol despises Donald Trump, one reason the neoconservative columnist and activist fills his Twitter line with anti-Trump calls to action. Kristol is supposed to be a Republican, but there’s scant anti-Clinton activism of late.
As a longtime Republican frustrated with my own party and with the Clintonite party officially called Democrats, I’ve come to the conclusion Kristol’s hatred may be a good thing for Trump and the GOP.
Besides the fact I am tired of my government attempting to build nations where the population doesn’t want nations built on our US model, I am also tired of political class denizens on both sides of the aisle botching everything from our buy modafinil singaporeto our foreign policy. Nothing feels as good as blowing more than $100 billion taxpayer dollars each year, right?
I am double tired of nannies on both sides of the aisle sticking their noses into my personal business and their hands into my wallet. Those are just for starters.
For instance, mention trade reform, and the Kristols of the world go ballistic on “free trade.” They ignore the fact the global playing field is anything but equal. For your amusement, check out a UK newspaper’s story on buy modafinil paypal. A cheap labor gold mine, that.
While Kristol is working hard to ensure a victory for his fellow political class royal Hillary Clinton, it’s useful to point out some inconsistencies and flat out bizarre projections from him in the past. I normally don’t follow Kristol, but a tweet today from chess champion Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) caught my eye:
“Slurs don’t change the fact that buy modafinil europe is fighting to save the soul of the GOP, not its name, which Trump has stained permanently.”
So Kristol wants to “save the soul of the GOP”? And Trump has stained it? Funny. I thought that accomplishment should be credited to buy modafinil uk paypal who should seriously thank Trump, as should the GOP, for deflecting coverage of a sordid scandal.
Let’s consider some past pronouncements by the would-be savior of my party Mr. Kristol.
On President Barack Obama in 2008:
“Obama intends to look back to Lincoln for guidance and to look up to him as a model. Lincoln, our greatest president and statesman, had a deep understanding of American exceptionalism.”
In that buy modafinil nz, Kristol noted something else Obama had done. He cited George Washington in a radio address!
Kristol also had something to say about “people who work with their hands” in 2008. At present Kristol’s allies in the neocon sphere have insulted such people on a level I never thought possible among those who claim the ‘conservative’ label. But the columnist/activist had a different take shortly before Obama’s inauguration:
“As Warren Brown, who writes about cars for The Washington Post, recently put it, “There is a feeling in this country — apparent in the often condescending, dismissive way Detroit’s automobile companies have been treated on Capitol Hill — that people who work with their hands and the companies that employ them are inferior to those who work with their minds and plow profit from information.’”
Then there was this buy modafinil with bitcoin:
“It turns out, in the real world of Republican governance, that there aren’t a whole lot of small-government Republicans.”
I’d point out that when it comes to neoconservative policy, nothing comes cheap and nothing resembles small-government, but double standards are obvious in politics these days.
Kristol has also issued some highly inaccurate predictions.
“This is going to be a two-month war.”
Kristol also expounded on buy modafinil amazonin 2011:
“In the case of Libya, though, we do suspect that the president knows that we—and he—can’t afford to lose. So Obama won’t cut and run.”
Sigh. Did I mention Libya posed no threat to our country?
These examples are a small sample; left of center site buy modafinil abu dhabi’.
Looks to me like Kristol’s hatred of Trump is a good thing for Trump and a good thing for the GOP. I’d go so far to say it’s a good thing for America as well because anyone Kristol recommends surely doesn’t deserve your vote or mine.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/May 16, 2016)
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