Robinson off-base in comparison
FROM: WILLIAM ALGARD PERRYVILLE
It is no surprise that one of the most outrageous and dumbest statements ever printed came from Eugene Robinson’s Nov. 11 antiTrump column.
In his usual babbling mindless dribble, Robinson claimed that Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was as painful as the Bataan Death March. This death march was organized by the Japanese Army in April 1942 after the surrender of approximately 75,000 American and Filipino soldiers during World War II. During the 65-mile march, around 12,000 of these soldiers never made it. These 12,000 died from starvation, being beaten and those too weak to talk were bayoneted. Many who survived the death march died later in Japanese prison camps.
Who in their right ming would compare thousands of American and Filipino soldiers who were tortured and slaughtered to a presidential campaign where only feelings got hurt. Robinson is so full of hate that he cannot be taken seriously as a columnist and should apologize for being so stupid.
Why didn’t Robinson direct this same hate toward Obama and Hillary when Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods were sacrificed in the Benghazi attack to save Obama’s re-election? Where was Robinson’s blind outrage when Brian Terry, a border guard, was killed by a weapon sold to Mexican drug dealers by the Obama administration’s Fast and Furious gun-running scheme?
Anybody who would write such nonsense needs major therapy of some sort. Mark Levin, an American author, lawyer and host of a syndicated radio show said this, and Robinson is a reliable idiot.