Prager finally gets it. The lightbulb went off in his, otherwise brilliant, mind.
“The only way to advance the principles of conservatism in the United States is to not give a damn.” – Dennis Prager
That’s what we’ve been saying, you crazy bastards. By default conservatives are usually genteel. They fold under the pressure of the gutter. Trump is our hired gun that comes into town and sits everyone down to tell everyone to forget all about how they were doing things in the past. “There’s a new sheriff in town, and you might be a little put off about how I go about what I’m doing, but trust me.”
Ben Shapiro. You’re a precocious one, arntya? Sit down and learn a little something instead of pontificating like you know what’s best. Ya don’t.
Conservatives haven’t achieved anything in decades. We’ve gotten a lot with Trump. The brash, embarrassing, uncouth, Twittering lout is doing it.
“[Donald Trump] is so much better a president than Mitt Romney would’ve made,” said Prager, describing Romney as “tepid” and concerned with appealing to news media outlets such as The New York Times.
Would I like Donald Trump to have Mitt Romney’s temperament, or for that matter Barack Obama’s temperament? Yeah. So what? I would like a whole host of things. People are packages. What a president does is more important to me than a president’s demeanor. He is so much better a president than Mitt Romney would’ve made. Any Republican is better than any Democrat, that’s just the way it is. Having said that, Romney would’ve been a tepid president. Nothing comparably conservative compared to Donald Trump.
“He has turned out to be a great president with big communication flaws, in the way he tweets and some of the things he says and his temperament,” said Prager. “My temperament is the opposite. I love dignity. I love understatement. Okay, so be it. So what? I’m not sure I’d be as good a president as he. How do you like that? That’s how good he’s been.”