Monday, June 6, 2016

The San Diego Union Tribune endorses Ronald Reagan over Trump in Calif. primary

The San Diego Union Tribune is so unhappy with the prospect of Donald Trump as president, the editorial board on Thursday encouraged its readers to write in Ronald Reagan — yes, the former president who is no longer alive.
The editorial begins by saying that while Trump has captured the majority of the Republican party “there are so many ways Trump is unfit to lead the free world.”
The newspaper points to Trump’s criticism of U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel’s heritage. Curiel is the judge in charge of a lawsuit over Trump University and Trump has accused him of being biased because he is of Mexican descent (Curiel was born in the United States.)
“We believe in a more unifying message,” the board writes.
“So what do Republicans who don’t accept Trump’s style or substance — including all three Bushes, Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz, John Kasich, George Will and Charles Krauthammer — do? Certainly, the Republican Party has an argument for the presidency. Today, the principles of the party of Ronald Reagan are as relevant as ever: a stable border, a strong military and economic policy focused on low taxes, less bureaucracy and limited regulation. ...
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1 comment:

cimbri said...

Maybe he can come to life and give us another amnesty disaster.