Saturday, July 01, 2017


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The great Intellectual/Writer/Objectivist Philosopher of the Republican Establishment "Never Trump Movement" thinks The Donald is "boring"!?! Yes, my fellow bloggers, Robert The Magnificent  thinks Trump is boring. This from The Master of Them That Know  - and A New Man -  A man the late, great Ayn Rand would be proud to have as a follower.

However, I wonder if a man who has devoted his entire life to Ayn Rand, Academia, Writing and a column at The New Federalist - read by at least 50 people in world - is just a tad bit jealous of a successful New York billionaire who was elected PUSA against all odds, and in the face of those intellectuals who said he would never be elected - People like Robert The Great, for instance.

Robert, my friend, dear was Ayn Rand, but dearer still is the man of action - a man like the fictional Howard Roark in her best seller, "The Fountainhead" - who has the vision, intelligence and drive to accomplish impossible things against impossible odds.

Yes, men like Roark or Trump may have never read a word by Aristotle or Ayn Rand - yet somehow they were inspired by their experiences living in the USA to put forth by their actions the "impossible" dreams of the philosophers and intellectuals of the Age of Reason.

"Adversity makes you stronger. Don't give in, don't back down and never stop doing what you know is right. Nothing worth doing ever, ever, ever came easy and the more righteous your fight, the more opposition that you will face."

Donald Trump said that recently, but the fictional Howard Roark in "The Fountainhead," said the same sort of things in 1943 with words put into action by Ayn Rand.

This is a book Trump read as a young man and was inspired to greatness by the best philosopher since Aristotle - a man Ayn Rand deemed, "The real founding father of the United States of America."

Donald Trump is constantly barging around and sucking up all of the media oxygen, but it's for the same stupid thing over and over again.

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