Sunday, August 30, 2015

Quote of the Day

Traitor to His Class
Nothing is more terrifying to the elite than Trump’s embrace of a tangible American nationalism

"Trump’s popularity, while beyond doubt, is treated not as a legitimate expression of popular will but as a mass psychosis to be diagnosed. It would seem to be the duty of every American pundit today to explain the inexplicable and problematic rise of Donald Trump. The critical question, however, is not the source of Trump’s popularity but rather the reason his popularity is so shocking to our political culture. Perhaps Trump’s candidacy threatens a larger consensus that governs our political and social life, and perhaps his popularity signifies a profound challenge to elite opinion."
Speak directly and carry a big wallet.

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