Not at all. A Republican can vote for Trump much in the same way a lot of us voted for Biden (or in the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton). I’ve read quite a few accounts from Republicans who thought Trump was a disaster, but their *insert reason for being a Conservative here* simply wouldn’t allow them to vote for a Democrat, much less Hillary Clinton, Bernie, or now Biden. I think we’re at a point in this country where the American political roofline, as it were, is so pitched on each side that there’s no middle ground, and we also run the risk of falling off the edges into madness. The Left has a very serious cultural Marxism issue that makes it impossible for the Right to want to even get near it, so a fascist populist like Trump will always be a better alternative than voting for a Democrat-cum-socialist (in their minds), even if they have to hold their noses and do it.Moksha wrote: ↑Tue Jun 21, 2022 9:44 pmSo you are saying that being a Trump supporter does not demand having a soft spot in your heart for Russia?Doctor CamNC4Me wrote: ↑Tue Jun 21, 2022 8:56 pmDr. Exiled, due to your politics you have a blind spot when it comes to the Russians, which I find mind-boggling. You can still be a Trump supporter, and also see what the Russians have done, what they’re doing, and what they themselves plan to do.
edit: I should note that we’re already in WW3, considering most European countries, the US, and various countries around the world have committed to providing materiel and monetary support to Ukraine. The GOP, if they insist on subverting NATO and various alliances throughout the world, will irreparably damage our ability to lead on strategic matters for the foreseeable future. Russia cannot be allowed to reassert its hegemonic dominion over eastern Europe, central Asia, and abroad.