In a rare moment of time, I find myself agreeing with a column by Charles Krauthammer (Oct. 17) in The Bee.
Most the time, he trumpets the Wall Street icons on what is good for America must first be good for the 1 percent. The very richest of citizens must always precede what may be good for the general populations and the country.
Most of the time his drivel is not worth debating, as his gold standards are never based on what would be beneficial for the working poor and America’s middle-class businesses and their workers. This comes from the self-proclaimed talking heads or writers from the East Coast, whose firm belief is we are still savages and pioneers here on the West Coast.
Well he has finally admitted in his column that his party’s nominee for president is a “habitual mendacity, pathological narcissism, profound ignorance and an astonishing dearth of basic human empathy.” Mr. Krauthammer continues for many paragraphs telling us why this person should not be elected to any office.
He states imagine handing over to him the instruments of civilian coercion such as the FBI, Federal Communications Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission and the Internal Revenue Service. Very scary.
Gene Roza, Clovis