Do We Need a Barbarian to Save Us From Barbarians?

What do you get when you mix the superhero complex with Lincolnian nationalism?

This piece at The American Thinker.

What we need, according to this pseudonymous writer, is a good barbarian to save us from the bad barbarians.

Someone like, say, Donald Trump.

We’ve been here before. If only we could get our guy in office, the guy who will mean Tweet, take it to the left, and punish them by draining the swamp.

How did that work out?

When you try to clean out Washington from Washington, you’re going to fail.

But wait, maybe Trump wasn’t hard enough on these people. Nope. He needed to be more like Patton and LeMay, two men willing to bomb the enemy into oblivion, literally.

Many conservatives have embraced this mentality. If you can’t beat them, eliminate them.

Except what happens when we don’t have the political nuke codes and the nuclear football? Which, by the way, is going to be most of the time with current demographics.

Do we want the other side using the same tactics against us?

They sometimes do. Big government has always been about punishing your enemies.

Fortunately, it’s not as bad as it could be.

This is why I continually hammer “think locally, act locally.” Do you think people in Florida are as worried about President Brandon?

Same for the citizens of Alabama.

I don’t think much about Biden. If your State is on the right track, your life looks pretty good.

Take care of your family first, your community second, and your State third, and thinks will look up.

If you can’t live the way you want in your State, try to get out.

But never, I mean NEVER, think that voting for a better U.S. Rep, Senator, or President is going to change much of anything long term.

It has to happen at home.

I discuss this silly piece on Episode 813 of The Brion McClanahan Show.

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