Wednesday, October 12, 2016

You Can't Judge Trump

How ironic, then, that a culture which rejects moral standards has suddenly become so pure and pristine, sitting in judgment of someone they deem too immoral to become president because of something he said in private. As a logical person, I have to ask these paragons of newly found virtue where this standard by which they've judged Trump is found.

Those who are complaining about Trump today have no basis for their moral outrage. That's because their secular amoral worldview rejects any basis for that moral judgment. Any argument they make against the "immorality" of Trump is stolen, or at least borrowed for expediency, from a religious worldview they have soundly rejected.

As Mark Levin said in his broadcast on Monday evening, no mention was made of the drowning death of Mary Jo Kopechne that was the fault of Senator Ted Kennedy, no mention was made of the numerous affairs of Jack Kennedy while he was a sitting president, Bill Clinton's affairs were given a pass. But Donald Trump's lewd remarks are being put out there with the statement that he is not fit to be president.

How is Hillary Clinton fit to be president?  a woman who wholeheartedly supports the grisly procedure of partial-birth abortion, the woman who didn't answer the phone at 3 am when Ambassador Chris Stevens was being killed in Libya, the woman who with Barack Obama helped the fuel the rise of ISIS in the middle-east.

If Donald Trump is not fit to be president, then certainly Hillary Clinton is not fit to be president. The danger with Hillary Clinton is her Saul Alinsky ideology which will radically change America and move it so far left that there will never be another Republican president.

For those who are comparing the individuals who are running for president and who are going to vote on whom they think is the more 'moral' individual, you are dead wrong. It is not about the individual persons running, it is about what they will do to the country once elected. And, as Mark Levin said, if you abstain from voting because you think there is no plausible candidate, then you are guilty of whatever happens. You are complicit in what happens if you simply stay away or spoil your ballot.

This is a frightening moment in American history. Newt Gingrich said that, for the first time in his life, he is actually afraid of the future. This from a very reasoned man whose background is history. If he says he is afraid, then we should be too.

HANNITY:  And there was a conference call earlier today and in the conference call basically Paul Ryan just distanced himself totally, wants nothing to do with Donald Trump, and the next eleven people, eleven or twelve people that spoke said what are you doing? And it seems that he would rather look at the sins of Trump, which I would agree, okay? Nobody is going to defend his words that he had on this tape. But I think it's unconscionable that the only person that would bring up the actions of the Clintons, which is now fair game and pertinent and front and center in this campaign, had to be Donald Trump himself.

GINGRICH: Well no I don’t think it’s cowardice, I think it’s genuine confusion. These are people who let the media manipulate them into believing that they only question Donald Trump. Now I’ve, as you said earlier, I’ve dealt with the Clintons. And I can tell you, if they think dealing with Obama has been hard. Hillary Clinton is more radical than Obama. She is more dishonest than Obama, she is more skillful at manipulation than Obama. The idea that they suggest anybody, that tolerating a Clinton presidency is an acceptable feat for America is a sign that they are not thinking. And I say this as a citizen not because I am for Donald Trump. I am deeply frightened that a Clinton administration would be the end of America as we have known it.

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