Fear of Trump Has United the Beltway

“…Trump’s surprise victory in Republican primaries indicates he has tapped into a deep, long-suppressed political current, acknowledging that America’s relatively open immigration policies don’t really benefit the American people, that Washington’s unrelenting pursuit of global “free-trade” deals have contributed to the decimation of America’s industry, that the Iraq War was a disaster which shouldn’t be repeated. Trump deserves much credit for bringing these issues to fore. At the same time he should be regretted for being unable, for reasons of experience or temperament, to mount a national campaign to effectively communicate them to the country. He has some time ahead to correct this, and if he does, the race will be interesting.”

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Scott Adams would beg to differ on Trump’s abilities as a communicator.

    • Minicapt

      So would many others, in both directions.


  • Clausewitz

    If the Beltway is in fear, I see that as a good thing.