“I suspect that the Democrats’ new position — everyone in the world can become an American if they walk over the border…is political suicide.”
As mind-numbing as it was to watch far-left candidates try to outpace one another in give-aways — including health care, college tuition and even our country — many conservatives toughed it out. We watched the Democrat debates to size up the contenders. The consensus centered on the fact it was akin to watching tryouts for a comedy show, rather than competing for the tough job of being the leader of the free world.
An excellent assessment is provided by an unlikely source. Andrew Sullivan, a gay, British-born, naturalized American author. In 2003 Sullivan wrote he was “no longer able to support the American conservative movement, as he was disaffected by the Republican Party’s rightward drift on social issues.”
Still, Sullivan nailed it with, “The Democratic Candidates Are in a Bubble on Immigration.” As the old saying goes, “Even a broken clock is right twice a day.”
He ends his column with these two words of wisdom: “Advantage Trump.”