Letters to the Editor: Mr. Trump, please don’t run. The nation needs healing, not you. Posted October 7, 2016.
I would like to introduce the following letter:
The Republican party has the same chance of winning the White House as Hitler had of being elected chancellor in 1932. Please stay out of politics. — David C. Sonderman.
If you want to read this sort of thing, go to a public library and spend six hours per day, three or four times per week, reading some of the stupid stuff that they are willing to sell you in return for your money. You will be able to tell who the stupid folks in this country are, and you will have their back in return. That would be a win-win situation.
I am not a bigot and I am certainly not a racist. I am a conservative, but not an ideologue. I have a real problem with ideologues. I do not want to believe that there is any truth to the story that there is a single white nationalist in America, because that would mean that the most powerful people in this nation are now fascists, and even if they are, so what?
I have no patience for the nonsense that the Nazis have become in the wake of Hitler’s murder. The Nazis did not kill 10 million Jews, they murdered a few hundred. The Nazis did not murder the majority of the Germans in the Second World War, they murdered the leaders of the nation, and we know who the leaders in this country are, and we are no where near them. The Nazis were, and are, horrible people. The only thing that the Nazis have done in the 20th century that has been worse than what Mr. Trump is proposing here, even though they did not murder people, is they have murdered liberty, they have murdered capitalism, they have enslaved the working class.
The world has moved on since the Nazi’s and the communists were in power. They were the biggest threats to liberty in the 20th century, and now they are just embarrassing, old people in the 70s and 80s.
This is not a winning argument with anyone. Hitler was a crazy