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Over at National Review, Conrad Black has posted a column explaining why he supports Trump in the upcoming election. His first sentence explains the difficulty in writing this column: “It is a squeeze to reduce the number of logically indisputable reasons why President Trump should be reelected to a single column, but I will attempt it.” And a heroic attempt it is.
He lists one reason after another after another and on and on and on. Reading his column, and trying in vain to come up with effective counter-arguments to his positions, I wonder about Biden voters. What, exactly, do they want?
I think I’d be happier if I didn’t think about that too much. But Trump’s list of accomplishments is impressive indeed. His behavior can be off-putting to conservatives like me, but it’s difficult to argue with the job he’s done. Which everybody would know if we had a media in this country. But we don’t. So lists of Trump’s accomplishments can be surprising even for news junkies like myself.
We can argue about Trump’s personality. I, personally, don’t like it. But I just don’t see how we can argue about his accomplishments. Don’t believe me? Please, just read Mr. Black’s column at the link above.
Imagine the last four years under Hillary Clinton. Then, imagine the next four years under Kamala Harris. Then think about what Trump has already done. Then go vote.