I read your editorial, man. You know, the one appearing in the April 6 edition of The Winchester Star, wherein you maintain that we, that is all of us but you, have treated President Trump unfairly, vis-a-vis his health=care plan. You make a poignant plea that we just give Mr. Trump’s health-care plan a chance.
That’s right, twice in this so-called editorial — I repeat, twice — you unequivocally declare that the plan exists! Apparently Mr. Trump has shared this plan with you, and obviously no one else. So, this begs the question as to why you have not seen fit to share it with us, both his adoring public, and those of us who are more skeptical? That’s totally irresponsible, man!
What’s that you say? Oh yeah, that’s right, later in the editorial, in spite of having stated twice that it exists, you reverse yourself and state the plan exists only in his mind. (In fact, lately, he himself has said the plan will only be revealed after the 2020 election. don’t you read the papers. man?) So, what do you call this ploy of first stating — twice mind you — that the plan exists; and then reversing yourself and saying it doesn’t? Journalistic license?
The only thing that exists in his mind — that vast, sepulchral darkness — relates to greed, mayhem, licentiousness, cheating at anything and everything, where his daddy was born, trying to get back in Ann Coulter’s good graces, and, possibly, a plan to minimize his excessive drooling.
But, by way of your ploy you have achieved your obvious goal and scaled the journalistic heights! You no doubt have planted a seed in the minds of local rubes, his loyal minions, that Mr. Trump has a health-care plan; a great plan, mind you — and that but for the vile way he is treated we could all be in hog heaven, health care-wise.