Let’s give Yesterdays a rest. Puritans, Jiminy Crickets and environmentalists, AT EASE!
We watched the Tony Awards Sunday night. Except for one single insipid remark from the innocuous Cynthia Nixon and the usual anti-Trump blast from the always boring Stephen Colbert, the show was totally entertaining. Kevin Spacey was brilliant and did manage to slip in two seemingly pro-POTUS comments so fast that the tilting to the left audience laughed and applauded.
Warwick has always been a home for some of the underbelly of the entertainment industry and I am sure that many of those who read this letter have some of these so called American anti-constitutionalists as personal or business friends.
My question is: how come the greatest propaganda machine since the WW2 Axis powers and the Soviet agitprop, whose influence controlled 99% of all American media outlets, print and electronic, could not elect one tired old lady over the pick of the great unwashed, blue collar, sweat stinking, less educated common folk?
For years you ridiculed our church going, our beer drinking and our gun ownership and we beat you at the polls, the American way. Not even one of you has figured out that if you hadn’t put Mr. Obama in the White House for eight long years and selected the cuckolded wife of a president who was impeached for having a rare executive privilege in the oval office closet as your standard bearer, there never would have been a Donald J. Trump as a candidate.
You pretty much kicked the Ten Commandments to the curb by have SCOTUS enact legislation under the guise of constitutional interpretation by literally saying any human action that does not cause the physical, emotional or financial harm to any other individual is protected by the bill of rights. And you still lost the presidency.
Poor old Billy Bush got crushed because he revealed the true groping passion of the future winner of the White House. Of course Trump cannot compete with thousands of celebrities in every field who produce children sans matrimony, while the “decent ones” get married to a different person every few weeks. Let us not dwell on the morals of the celebrity class, please.
In closing (hurrah), I would like to say, these numbnuts, the Cynthia Nixons, the Alec Baldwins, the Stephen Colberts, WE made them celebrities because they entertained us, for a few moments. Their talents allowed us to escape some of our worries and we honored them and made them wealthy beyond the reaches of the average person. We did not make them celebrities for their political opinions. They have a right as American citizens or residents to express their opinions as we deplorable, stinking, beer drinking, church going, gun owning Americans do by writing letters and calling talk shows. They do not have the right to use the bully pulpits we winners of the last presidential race gave them to denigrate the duly elected president of these United States.
And if, perchance, due to these malcontents, our president fails and they elect another useless politician, we shall rise again and find another Trump.