Just three short years ago, Deval Patrick was still governor, Tom Brady only had three Super Bowl rings, and the phrase “President Donald Trump” sounded like a crazy SNL sketch.
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Congratulations, Massachusetts liberals, you did it! You found the courage to stand up to…the Nazis. In America. In 2017.
What’s next? The March Against Malignant Brain Tumors? “I’m against cancer and I don’t care who knows it!”
Sure, it’s nice to know that we live in a place where Ku Kluxers, white supremacists and the Aryan Nations knuckleheads are a marginalized fringe. But watching Boston liberals like Marty Walsh patting themselves on the back for holding off the Hitlerian hordes in New England was a bit much.
Michael joins CBS News’s Elaine Quijano and and Time magazine’s Zeke Miller to discuss President Trump’s new plan for Afghanistan:
The bad news for President Trump (and any other person in his position) is that Afghanistan is a no-win proposition: Stay, and you keep losing American lives and treasure. Go, and you risk a future attack planned in Kandahar but executed in Kansas City.
The good news is that his supporters are far more interested in partisan politics than foreign policy. I asked a grassroots conservative activist what he was hearing about the president’s Afghanistan speech.
“My people don’t care about the Afghanistan war — we’re in the middle of a culture war,” he told me.