And I don't see how anybody but a totally delusional Trumper would even think that he might be.
True, the economy is going great guns. It's continuing on the trajectory Barack Obama set it on when on his watch we emerged from the depths of the Great Recession. The numbers just don't lie. This is the Obama Economy, and Donald Trump has had very little if anything to do with it.
No, Elizabeth Moss. Restricting the ability of American women to sentence their unborn children to death on a whim would not transform the United States into the misogynistic nightmare The Handmaid's Tale calls "the Republic of Gilead."
Neither Margaret Atwood's silly, paranoid tale about the Christians who are coming to get you or Hulu's adaptation of it is "timely" (Washington Post), "chillingly real" (San Francisco Chronicle), or has any special "relevance to Trump's America" except insofar as through it the disconnect between reality and the lurid imaginations of the cultural left have demonstrated yet again that our delusional president isn't the only one who is bonkers.
No. The Christians are not out to get you. Not even the Fundamentalists. You could make a pretty good case that the "progressives" are, though.
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Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich is a serious, well-known man with no known baggage who could unite sane Americans of goodwill against the extremes and give them a voice in American politics they are lacking at present. I and many others had hoped that he might lead a third-party effort next year so that we would have a non-crazy alternative to the two extremist political parties who monopolize the stage today.
My great fear was that he would listen to those who were encouraging him to take the hopeless and suicidal step of challenging President Trump for the nomination of a Republican Party that has sold its soul to the White Nationalists, the nativists, and the alt-right pretty much from top to bottom.