Sunday, December 2, 2018

A Dose of Common Sense and Reality About Pres. Trump That Trump Haters Desperately Need to Keep Them From Totally Losing Their Sanity?

Walter Block emails:

Dear Bob:

Of interest to you.

Best regards,

Walter E. Block, Ph.D.
Harold E. Wirth Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair and Professor of Economics         
Loyola University New Orleans

From Bill Narvey:
To my American and Canadian friends who are consumed for better or worse in talking about Pres. Trump.

A Dose of Common Sense and Reality About Pres. Trump That Trump Haters Desperately Need to Keep Them From Totally Losing Their Sanity

Canadian journalist Rex Murphy brilliantly kicks the Trump haters in the ass and provides reasoned, reality based and logical insights and points to totally undermine and refute the worst that Trump haters imagine and say about President Trump.

This is a must read, even for those suffering Trump Derangement Syndrome.

Maybe, just maybe if those so afflicted still have a window in their minds, left ajar just enough to let common sense to flood in like fresh air, they just might be cured of their anti-Trump bias that so debilitates their faculties of reason and logic.

Bill Narvey

Rex Murphy: Trump Tower may be a gaudy excess, but it is not the Berghof on stilts

The U.S. president is not Hitler 2.0, and slackening the meaning of the Holocaust merely to insult him is abhorrent
RW note: 

I will respond in a post tomorrow.


My response is here: Have Trump Haters Been Kicked in the Ass?


  1. Trump is in the right place at the right time, and he will be consequently blamed for all of it even though he doesn't understand any of it.

  2. What is this straw man garbage, Dr. Block? This is surely a new low for the man. Is he trying to equate your criticisms to Trump Derangement Syndrome and the other nonsense brought up in this article? If not, then I don't know what he's trying to accomplish by sending this to you.

    A once great thinking, principled, reasoned man is now grasping at the tiniest of straws to argue against your criticisms and legitimize his support for Trump.

  3. I do find it a little bit funny when right-wingers complain about "Trump Derangement Syndrome" after 8 years of "Obama is a secret commie Muslim hellbent on destroying the 'Murican way of life." This is just the way people talk about politicians they don't like nowadays.

    I also don't necessarily view it as a huge problem. I mean, sure, I would love it if people were able to level more coherent policy criticisms, but if people are going to get "deranged" over something, our political masters are far from the worst target they could pick.