Posted by | October 12, 2016 06:56 | Filed under: Opinion Politics

David Brooks in the New York Times:

He is essentially adviser-less, friendless. His campaign team is made up of cold mercenaries at best and Roger Ailes at worst. His party treats him as a stench it can’t yet remove.

He was a germophobe through most of his life and cut off contact with others, and now I just picture him alone in the middle of the night, tweeting out hatred.

Trump breaks his own world record for being appalling on a weekly basis, but as the campaign sinks to new low after new low, I find myself experiencing feelings of deep sadness and pity.

Imagine if you had to go through a single day without sharing kind little moments with strangers and friends.

Imagine if you had to endure a single week in a hate-filled world, crowded with enemies of your own making, the object of disgust and derision.

You would be a twisted, tortured shrivel, too, and maybe you’d lash out and try to take cruel revenge on the universe. For Trump this is his whole life.


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  • fredoandme

    …and there’s no one to blame but yourself.

  • StoneyCurtisll

    When you have conservative/right wing writers calling you out and putting you down, you know the Republican nominee is finished off well before the election.

  • StoneyCurtisll

    Brooks nailed it…(on Trump)
    “Your only rest comes when you are insulting somebody, when you are
    threatening to throw your opponent in jail, when you are looming over
    her menacingly like a mafioso thug on the precipice of a hit, when you
    are bellowing that she has “tremendous hate in her heart” when it is
    clear to everyone you are only projecting what is in your own.”