Thursday, October 20, 2016

Election 2016: The Meat And Potatoes

     Two other writers have found the concision "sweet spot:"

     “Donald Trump has his faults, but Hillary Clinton is far too corrupt to serve as President of the United States.” -- John Hinderaker

     “In any society, the chief magistrate's first duty is to uphold the law, and throughout human history his easiest temptation, once in office, has been to regard himself as above it. In this case, the American people would be electing someone who, not yet in office, is already above the law, and way beyond it. (Even her bodily fluids are above the law.) That would be an extraordinary act, and Hillary and her cronies would be entirely justified in treating such an electorate with utter contempt.” -- Mark Steyn

     Verbum sat sapienti.

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