The post's title is drawn from a missive posted by Lisa Pryor on the opinion page of NYT, here, with its own title, "Dear America, why did you let us down?" We didn't let you down, Lisa, why are you letting us down with your lame mal-informed weak elegy hosted by the propaganda arm of the DNC, chief supporter of intrusive corrupted government? Huh?
It's sickening, actually, this American voter has no patience left for American political opinion delivered by non-rhotic accent. Yeah, your accent bugs me. Foreigners who barely speak the same language are not nearly so smart nor perceptive as they imagine themselves yet they insist on banging on about all that they know present to them spoon-fed by their own state media. I don't hear Americans chiming in on Australian politics, British politics, nor Canadian politics, yet to a person they all imagine themselves more informed than American voters by the things that they gather via "osmosis" as Lisa puts it, and by their one trip to the U.S. that presumably sampled all fifty states.
The election of Mr. Trump feels like a sudden plunge after a gradual decline. Already he is goading China, befriending President Vladimir V. Putin, disregarding climate change and refusing daily intelligence briefings because he’s “a smart person.” None of this, we fear, will end well for any of us.Oh for Christ's sake, Lisa, calm yourself. Our political reality is actually, get this, none of your business, as yours is none of our business, and your overwrought misdirected anguish does not make it so.
Earlier this year, Australia’s Department of Defense outlined the long-term outlook for our defense and security, emphasizing that the relationship between the United States and China will continue to be the most strategically important factor in the region.Then,
And no longer can it be assumed that Australia will always pick the United States over China, if forced to choose.Ha! Good luck with that. Get over yourself, Lisa, you're making yourself look stupid. Nearly so foolish as Democrats in their efforts to pervert Electoral College, to steal the election, again, and Democrat backers imagining they bought this election fair and square left dazed that their money did not affect politics as they insist Citizens United allows, and Obama insisting Russia has aught to do with our election results, having ridiculed Romney in the debates that the 80's called to say it wants its Russia obsession back, and going out the way he came in with women fainting in his presence, and Michelle going out precisely the same way she came in by using her lofty position by marriage having earned nothing by her own agency, to denigrate America and, seeing only Democrats as valid Americans, casting Americans as having lost hope.
Even as our fundamental hope-meter, the one that measures people putting their money where their hopes are, soars toward 20,000 points.
But we should be mates and be of good cheer. Here, Stupid, let's hold hands and together watch Trump's penultimate "thank you" rally. Soon we will not have this top television show to enjoy. He'll be too busy to rally. Unlike Obama who never ceased campaigning, the one thing he can do. You did say that you know us by our media, wouldn't do to leave out anything so important a gauge as this. Which upload shall we watch? Goodness there are a lot of them covering this one event. Oh! Let's watch the one on the Trump TV Network. He always says the same thing, like a well-practiced sermon, very uplifting especially if your religion is government.