As primary season is underway, let's talk politics. Mr. Trump is revealing much about himself on a nearly daily basis. Given his views and solidifying role as a contender, we feel that he is worthy of attention. Apparently, espousing "Trump don't care" (see honey badger don't care, and note the similarities) in a recent interview, that Donald Trump doesn't have temper tantrums. Truly. (This was in response to Cruz accusing him of a "Trumper tantrum" over Iowa). Wow.
OK, New Hampshire you are next, so listen up. Trump says that this country needs the kind of thinking that Trump has brought to business (perhaps meaning that the US should file for chapter 11 bankruptcy in order to reduce debt). Donald Trump is keen on building a wall between us and Mexico. Is this Trump's aversion to people who aren't like him, or Trump in his comfort zone: commercial property ventures?
For details, we refer you to a post from October on the Wall of America.
In "Wall of America", I argued that the Wall of America would be built by Mexico, in Mexico, a tourist attraction, a huge commercial success, and an immigration constrain failure. I also argued that the logical follow up on completing a M/Wall of America with Mexico, is one with Canada (let's call it a "Friendship Wall"). I mean who doesn't like a good wall or shopping mall?
New Hampshire - you share a remarkably brief border with Canada. You need to lead on the issue so that our "Friendship Wall" (with Canada) can start with you. Read up. The time to act is now!
And, if you think that I am full of crap, I can assure you, that you are correct. But still, I would love to hear it from you directly (well, indirectly through commenting on the blog).
It might be science, it might be nons(ci)ense, but it still smells.