by Andy Weddington
Saturday, 03 December 2016
In complex trains of thought signs are indispensable. George Henry Lewes
Have you heard the emotionally charged, detestable comments of Jennifer Palmieri (Camp Clinton) to Kellyanne Conway (Team Trump) during the post-election "conversation" at Harvard earlier this week?
In short, Ms Palmieri, not only the loser but a loser, injected race as the core for Mr. Trump's election.
That angered me.
And I immediately sat to write commentary.
Following the example of Abraham Lincoln, bluntness flowed.
And then, as President Lincoln, I tucked the writing away - to let emotion settle and address later with edit.
So this morning, the edit ...
There's no need for President-elect Trump nor anyone from his team to converse with anyone, for any reason, about the election.
Camp Clinton missed all the signs.
And now President-elect Trump and team and voters, too, enjoy the upper hand. Use it. Let your fingers do your talking.
The image is original artwork but authorization granted for use by anyone - whether in electrons or printed to attach to a tongue depressor (as in medicine for the sick) - hence forward communicating with anyone flavored Clinton.
Expect a digital reply - universally understood sign language.
But it's not complex.
Clamber aboard the Trump Train or get run over - for not being indispensable. Think about it.