I agree with you on all those points and am impressed with your point. I’m just willing to give him a pass regarding his reactions to finding out about his cancer. Politics and political philosophy fall into another category however.
I give him a pass, too. Everyone has the right to make their own decisions about cancer treatment.
It is the magical thinking of his thought process described in the article that struck me as it relates to his political philosphy. Socialism and political correctness is an ideology of magical thinking.
Magical thinking is fine until you are facing real life and death danger...like turning the country over to a racist Marxist with no experience during an economic crisis or sticking your head in the sand when faced with cancer treatment decisions.
He regreted putting his decision about treatment for nine months after they discovered his condition and they found the cancer early. For a “smart” and successful guy, this just struck me as odd. It may explains the CEO socialist disease.