By Andy Weddington
Thursday, 20 February 2020
Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light. George Washington
Last evening the self-proclaimed party of youth, vigor, and diversity - Democrats - marched six white, but one not old, people onto the debate stage in sin city.
In short, the newbie, a bitter and bombastic billionaire took a slot flanking an integrity-challenged Indian, a cranky communist, a goofy gaffer, a youthful cross between Wally Cleaver and Alfred E. Neuman, and a woman who eats salad with her comb.
All off the rails.
If a betting man, don't.
To and fro ninety minutes of debate to Trump rally was enough.
Over morning coffee and reflecting on daily life these past few years in small town America in contrast to last evening's banter between a gaggle that wants to be President and our President a conclusion: America, as Democrats and media drum beat, is not divided.
Washington is our problem.
And media, in the advocacy and campaigning business, exasperates our problem.
But objectivity flows through the citizenry.
Have you noticed Trump rally crowd dynamics?
Have you noticed the spectrum - ages, races, religions, etc. - supporting President Trump?
Have you noticed the increasing number of once loyal Democrats sickened, leaving the party, and supporting President Trump?
Have you noticed the essence of the argument is free will preservation versus free stuff propaganda?
And that a fracture not division.
Free people give freely.
Free stuff stokes coals for more free stuff.
How many on last night's stage (do you believe) now, or will vow to, follow President Trump's lead by giving salary back to we free people?
Free people are not easily fooled; for brain and logical train of thought.
So let's just wait for Election Day - metadata the tracks of truth criss-crossing America.