In der news.
Watch this. Now, I’ve criticized Reagan as one of the original Man on White Horse frauds, and his domestic policy was a complete betrayal of his voters. Essentially, to the extent he was sincere about any of it (Who knows? Maybe like Trump, the divorced and remarried Hollywood Reagan was as much an insincere fraud as New York values Antifa Don Trump), he sacrificed his domestic agenda to achieve his foreign policy and defense spending goals. Let’s put that aside for the moment, and just concentrate on the ability to fulfill the obligations of being a President of the United States – acting the role (Reagan was an actor, after all), and representing yourself, your nation, and your ideals (even if insincere) before the world. Compare Reagan’s televised address linked to above with the behavior of Trump. How would Trump have responded in a similar situation? Several blustering tweets, written as if by a brain-addled ten year old? Speeches about how George Washington’s army conquered airports? Comments about his “big hands?” What?
Actually, Reagan was the last President who was in any way truly Presidential. Bush Sr. was a whining elitist with no charisma, a man who – despite his war record of physical courage – had no moral courage at all. Clinton was a disgusting pig and a transparent carnival barker. Bush Jr. was almost as big a vulgar retard as Trump. Obama, given a free pass because of his race, was an empty suit, a cipher who thought that reading off of a teleprompter with his chin elevated would compensate for his total lack of substance. What a complete disgrace. Oh, for the days of Milliard Fillmore!
Very cognitive, very elite. Colored is as colored does. If a Negro did this, the HBDers would be up in arms; but as regards this, it is move on, move on, there’s nothing to see here.
Colored is as colored does. Black, Brown, Yellow, Red – what’s the difference?
Is there a point to this, other than Spencer confirming himself as a Type I jackass? I don’t know, me, I’d rather mock someone for a failing they have control over – for example, running the Alt Right into the ground despite all of the opportunities presented by the post-2016 world – rather than for a failing they do not have control over – for example, being short. I could be wrong about this, of course, so perhaps a drunken podcast or two can clear up this issue for me.
Do the HBDers support HR1044?