Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Quote of the Day

"The choice this November is tragic. As happens often in life, this choice is between bad and worse, not bad and good.
But America has made that choice before. Forced to choose between bad and worse, we supported Stalin against Hitler and supported right-wing authoritarians against Communist totalitarians."
--Dennis Prager

Prager makes a good point and numbers his reasons for choosing the lesser of two evils:

1. Prevent a left-wing Supreme Court.
2. Increase the defense budget.
3. Repeal, or at least modify, Dodd-Frank.
4. Prevent Washington, D.C., from becoming a state and giving the Democrats another two permanent senators.
5. Repeal ObamaCare.
6. Curtail illegal immigration, a goal that has nothing necessarily to do with xenophobia or nativism (just see Western Europe).
7. Reduce job-killing regulations on large and small businesses.
8. Lower the corporate income tax and bring back hundreds of billions of offshore dollars to the United States.
9. Continue fracking, which the Left, in its science-rejecting hysteria, opposes.

For me, reason number one is the only argument for pulling the lever for Trump.  An activist Supreme Court torches The Constitution and changes our country forever.


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