Labeling Donald Trump a "moral degenerate" in a New York Times op-ed entitled "What Wouldn’t Jesus Do?," Peter Wehner says of the Republican front-runner:
"This visionary and inspiring man humiliated his first wife by conducting a very public affair, chronically bullies and demeans people, and says he has never asked God for forgiveness. His name is emblazoned on a casino that features a strip club; he has discussed anal sex on the air with Howard Stern and, after complimenting his daughter Ivanka’s figure, pointed out that if she 'weren’t my daughter, perhaps I would be dating her.'"
If you are troubled by talk of anal sex on the radio, you better start getting used to it: If Trump is elected, the US will be taking it up the @$$.
On a more serious note, compare Pete's narrative with that of George Will in a Chicago Tribune opinion piece entitled "George Will: Who dares to endorse Donald Trump next?." Attacking Trump's "demagogic cynicism and anti-constitutional authoritarianism," Will says of Rubio's belated verbal assault on Trump during the debate in Houston:
"Unfortunately, Rubio recognized reality and found his voice 254 days after Trump's scabrous announcement of his candidacy to rescue America from Mexican rapists. And 222 days after Trump disparaged John McCain's war service ("I like people that weren't captured"). And 95 days after Trump said that maybe a protester at his rally "should have been roughed up." And 95 days after Trump retweeted that 81 percent of white murder victims are killed by blacks (82 percent are killed by whites). And 94 days after Trump said he supports torture "even if it doesn't work." And 79 days after Trump said he might have approved the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. And 72 days after Trump proved that he does not know the nuclear triad from the Nutcracker ballet. And 70 days after Trump, having been praised by Vladimir Putin, reciprocated by praising the Russian murderer and dictator. And so on."
Yup, Will doesn't seem to care much for the Donald. Republicans, nevertheless, appear hungry to hand Hillary the White House.
"Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do."