President Trump has a huge opportunity tonight to score big against the Dirty Dems in his State of the Union address. But to do so, he must be bold — much bolder than he has been to date. Not braggadocious, mind you, but bold.
As that paragon of goodwill, Saul Alinsky, once put it: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” This dirty little Alinsky tactic has been practiced religiously by the Radical Left for decades, and it has been incredibly successful in motivating Radical Left Lilliputians to do everything in their power to tie the president up in knots.
That said, it is imperative that Trump stop trying to make nice to the reprobates who attack him on a daily basis. How many times does it have to be said: The Radical Left does not respond in kind when you try to be civil to them. On the contrary, they laugh at you behind your back, then attack you twice as hard as before you handed them an olive branch.
When Donald Trump, in response to being told that Stacey Abrams would give the Dirty Dems’ rebuttal to his State of the Union address, blurted out, “I hope that she does a good job … I respect her.” For crying out loud, DT, stop it! Do you really want to join the ranks of John McCain and Mitt Romney, who referred to Barack Obama as “a decent family man” and “a nice guy,” respectively?
Even the great Laura Ingraham, in a rare moment of weakness, said of the perpetually scowling Michelle Obama, “For all her beauty, her glamour, her obvious accomplishments, the former first lady just can’t get past race.” Trust me, Laura does not for a second believe that Michelle the Malevolent is beautiful, glamorous, or accomplished. Her remarks are a result of what I like to refer to as nervous self-intimidation, a condition that afflicts most conservatives.
So, Mr. President, my advice to you is to skip the gratuitous comments about uber-nasty Stacy Abrams (who will be scorching you in her rebuttal remarks) and other loathsome Democrats who not only want to see you impeached, but imprisoned and financially destroyed. Learn from your enemies and “pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”
I would also like to suggest that your prime targets tonight be Chuck, Nancy, and, of course, Stacey Abrams. Since they’re going to attack you regardless of what you say, you may as well give them a good reason to do so. Who knows, it might even keep Ann Coulter calm for an evening.