Bannon’s hero

So Roy Moore was Frank Burns:

3 Responses to Bannon’s hero

  1. Imhotep November 15, 2017 at 11:47 am #

    By refusing to condemn Roy Moore, Trump has shown, once again, his contempt for this country and for the American people.

    Trump is only concerned about his own personal fortunes and not about the collective well being of the rest of us.

    Isn’t it astonishing that Democrat Doug Jones is considered a “far leftist” by the Evangelical Christians in Alabama?

    It’s long past time for the state of Alabama and its people to leap forward into the 20th Century.

    Entering the 21st Century at this time would be a bridge too far for these Klan’s people.

  2. dandy November 15, 2017 at 12:14 pm #

    This entire conundrum that is evolving in Alabama is one more example of (white) male supremacy that is engraved in the American psyche. Toss in the fact that the president himself not only condones Moore’s behavior, but is the embodiment of it. Coupled with the holocaust of the African slave trade, the Lost Cause of the Confederacy, the so-called divine rights of the evangelicals, and you have the predicate upon which the Trumpist Theory of Governance can survive in this country—-and, why Alabamians themselves continue to believe in Moore as a viable United States Senator.

  3. Dandy November 15, 2017 at 3:20 pm #

    The current nation-wide exposure of sexual assault by powerful males, committed by some in the Halls of Congress no less, is really just a small piece of the puzzle this country faces. Of course it isn’t just Trump, or Cosby, or other men of persuasion, it’s a culture of male dominance that involves historic generation after generation of men, albeit mostly white, who have been taught that God Almighty Himself has authorized them a free hand in demeaning anyone thought to be “lesser”.

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