Skip to comments.Manners, Even in the Age of Trump
Posted on 12/25/2016 1:13:07 AM PST by saywhatagain
My own view is that Donald and Ivanka and Uday and Qusay are genuinely bad human beings and that the American public has made a grave error in entrusting its highest office to this cast of American Psycho extras. That a major political party was captured by these cretins suggests that its members are not worthy of the blessings of this republic. . . . Kevin Willamson, National Review
Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/443303/donald-trump-manners-cultural-necessity
(Excerpt) Read more at nationalreview.com ...
Obviously it is beyond your own capacity to be human. Not even sure you can pass for human most of the time. Kevin Williamson and National Review . . . putridly disgusting.
Are we sure it wasn’t Kevin harassing Ivanka on that airplane with his husband?
Fake News. Should not be posted on FR.
If I was a critical paid hack, I think my own objectivity would include such a disclaimer ....
There WAS a better pick that could do a better job.
Merry Christmas, Mr President.
Uday and Qusay Hussein would have fed him through the plastic bottle shredder feet first for writing this...
Say What? What are you talking about?
The people who mocked East Tennessee in the aftermath of that fatal fire, the people who attacked Ivanka Trump and her children on an airplane, the people who say coal country deserves to die and that old white people should just hurry up and die, have the nerve to preach to somebody else about manners?
What a cretin.
There has been no bailout of Carrier. No bailout of Carrier has been promised.
In his eagerness to accuse Trump supporters of hypocrisy, Williamson makes up his own “facts.”
For all that Williamson is a self-professed sage, I found his column to be insufferable psychobabble. I can picture him, sitting at his computer, thinking, “What in the samhill am I supposed to write. I have word constipation.” So he took some word-laxative (Dewar’s, most likely) and this is what came out.
It comes off as self-important, imperiously-elitist condescension. “I am better than the people on both sides of me, but, oh-well, if the Republican-establishment virtues of couther-than-thou Ryans and McConnells can roll out some tried-and-true, formulaically-boring same-ole, then I will sort of roll my eyes and amusedly acquiesce and say ‘Oh what a good boy am I for being so tolerant of such tedium’. Meanwhile, I will sit at my phony-baloney job and write truly vapid claptrap and get paid poorly for it.”
I 2nd that sentiment.
I 2nd that sentiment.>>>>>>>>
I am tired of reading drivel and propaganda = fake news.
They're the only simps who are so preternaturally indisposed to accepting reality.
How ironic that he writes pleading for civility yet compares Trump and his wife to Saddam’s murderous sons. Sheesh, it’s like he’s blind to his own rudeness.
Ugh...anti-American anti-Semitic anti-Christian Marxist neverTrump National Review...
But no mind, obviously you do not get the point of the post.
For all that Williamson is a self-professed sage, I found his column to be insufferable psychobabble. I can picture him, sitting at his computer, thinking, What in the samhill am I supposed to write. I have word constipation. So he took some word-laxative (Dewars, most likely) and this is what came out.
National Review, in a generation, has gone from being a must-read to being unreadable.
Definitely drivel. This guy is such a tard that I do not understand why anyone even bothers reading his nonsense. He and Glenn Beck would make BFF’s for sure.
I stopped reading at the DNA comparisons.
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