Mark Evanier has a wonderful, thoughtful piece here about being asked by a reader to stop criticizing Trump because "when he succeeds we all succeed." Mark's response is so terrific that he saved me the time to write a similar article that wouldn't have been nearly as good.
All of his points are, to me, spot on and well-reasoned. But I especially like one of his later one, #6, which makes the very-correct and important argument that, no, we don't all succeed if Trump succeeds. If Trump succeeds there are going to be A LOT OF PEOPLE in a whole lot of trouble, starting with 20 million people withoiut health care. And most minorities.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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