I had this ready to go yesterday and apparently forgot to hit publish:
His cartooning included some great political drawing:
Alexander’s Law of Dissimilarities covers the current use of the phrase “America First” as used by President Trump. Before Pearl Harbor, the America First folks wanted to keep America out of foreign wars.
Trump uses the same phrase to remind us that the economic and political policies of the United States should put the interests of the United States first. It’s only a radical idea if your mind has been warped by public school, college or liberals. But I repeat myself.
I don’t think I’m reading too much into it to state that Trump won’t sit idly by as Russian or German tanks roll across the continent, or Chinese/Japanese invaders subdue the Pacific nations.
Alexander’s Law of Dissimilarities: Just because something reminds you of a past event, that doesn’t mean the situations are actually similar.
- Not every investigation is a witch hunt.
- Sometimes a loop of rope is not really a noose.
- Not every southern preacher is Jerry Falwell, though your inexperience with southern preachers might make you think that way.
- If I wear a toga to a party and it reminds you of the Klan, you’re the one with the problem, not me.