Jul 22, 2016 4:06 AM GMT
Whether one supports him or not, at least Trump gave a true Republican speech for all of you who aren't old enough to recall what Republicans used to represent, as opposed to the Religicans who have hi-jacked the party in the last forty-plus years. He and Bernie Sanders were right on point about the loss of the wealth-producing manufacturing base of the country. The terrible state of the nation's infrastructure definitely requires renewal, a classical Republican position. And Trump was mercifully uninterested in what is going on in the bedrooms of America, also a classical Republican attitude (as opposed to fundamentalist Religicans or to his unfortunate choice for Vice President in their hypocritical voyeurism).