Friday, February 26, 2016
The 10th Debate
Last night, Senator Rubio said the Republicans are the true party of diversity.
I agree with Senator Rubio. I never thought I'd see white, Latin and African American candidates for president, male and female, all agree that what America needs is to be run by white males forever. After all, the African-American and female candidates always flame out as crackpots, and the Latinos are Tweedledum and Tweedledee sideshows- one, perhaps, both, an android in beta test with different personality modules.
They agree, as the doctor among them put it last night, that "health care is not a right," but that liberty means you can have as much of it as you can afford; that women are irresponsible and need their bodily functions regulated by men; that corporations are responsible and need their operations regulated by no one; that too many people vote the wrong way; that courts should be rubber stamps; that war is the best economic development engine; that all America's wealth should be owned by a few who have shown they deserve it because they are already wealthy and so know how to handle money; that our police forces need to complete their conversion into military units on home leave between wars; and that gays cause earthquakes and threaten the foundations of the traditional marriage, two-parent household embodied by Bristol Palin.