In a column this week, Chris Carlson/Carlson Chronicles declares presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump to be "borderline insane":
There’s an old song that goes: Once to every person and nation comes the moment to decide – in the struggle for truth and justice—for the good or evil side. It ends with an exhortation: Twist that darkness into light!
Long-time readers know that on several occasions I have cited the 19th century Danish philosopher, Soren Kierkegaard, who wrote a brilliant essay entitled “The fallacy of the either/or.” His thesis is that there are very few either/or’s in life, that life is too nuanced, there are too many ambiguities and variables at play for most any proposition to be reduced down to a simple black or white, yes or no.
It appears though that the nation, as well as voters are approaching one of those rare moments, that we’re standing on the edge of a precipice looking deep into a canyon of regression, rampant racism, fear, chauvinistic nationalism, self-glorification, and greed.
Let’s make one thing perfectly clear – Donald Trump is borderline insane. More here.