Friday, June 24, 2016

Brexit aftermath

First I need to get this out of the way... 'Brexit' reminds me of how adolescents make up their own language. Then others can feel superior because your not up on the latest lingo. The advantage once you're up on the term is it's a useful summarizing tool. 'nuff said.

Now pundits are going to 'explain' Brexit to us.

It's xenophobia, thus dismissing decent people as nothing but rubes. With the implication of more rubes.

Trump said, "Come November, the American people will have the chance to re-declare their independence. Americans will have a chance to vote for trade, immigration and foreign policies that put our citizens first. They will have the chance to reject today's rule by the global elite, and to embrace real change that delivers a government of, by and for the people."

What's wrong with that? Nothing, but it's being ridiculed by the same clueless media that wants to tell us what we all should think.

Self determination is suddenly a hostage situation? Or a self inflicted wound?

Self determination. How horrible for those that want to control other peoples lives.

Sarah Palin said, "It is time to dissolve political bands that connect us to agendas not in our best interest." Not worthy of even considering the media says. So apparently they let out of the bag that we should have connections that are against our interests. Nice of them to tell the truth for a change.

In negotiations and relationships, national leaders should first ensure they have protected the safety and legitimate interests of their own people. This principle has been eroded and Brexit is a warning for America. Our British friends have sent the message loud and clear.

It's like they read Ayn Rand or something.

Liberals by acts reveal who they are.

A positive perspective.

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