I frankly resent this cartoon, and so I've given it the Golden Bedpan Award. It foolishly portrays Her Heinous as either an amalgam with –– or reincarnation of –– President Richard M. Nixon. Neither one of the First Grifters has ever been fit to do so much as clean Mr. Nixon's boots at any stage of their odious careers.
The broad acceptance by those too young to have seen it for themselves of the enemedia's determination to portray Mr. Nixon as a crook and an arch-fiend disgusts and depresses me. Hillary Clinton is not and never has been good enough to do so much as empty Richard Nixon's bedpan.
President Nixon was a brilliant, deeply serious, very fine, but largely unsophisticated man who always had the best interests of our country at heart. That he used any and every means at hand –– legal and extra-legal –– to preserve, protect and defend this nation from intellectual as well as physical aggression works much to his credit.
He was a passionate, highly effective anti-Communist which, of course, put him at odds with the enemedia, most of academia, and the entertainment industry all of which were heavily dominated by atheistic leftist Jews bent on the destruction of our Christian culture, and the core principles in our founding documents.
Because anti-Communism was virtually synonymous with "anti-Semitism" at the time, Mr. Nixon became the target –– and ultimately the tragic victim –– of a particularly vicious "witch hunt" on the part of the Leftist Establishment. The Left could not STAND President Nixon's stunning landslide victory that ushered in his second term in office. It threatened their ascendancy, so they mounted an Opposition Research Campaign of unprecedented strength and mammoth proportion.
Mr. Nixon has often been described as "paranoid," because he KNEW what terrible forces he was up against. Unfortunately for our country the tactics his men used to try to protect Mr. Nixon were successfully used by the vicious, unprincipled leftist termites to destroy his presidency.
Mr. Nixon's only "crime" was loyalty. He made an admittedly clumsy attempt to protect the men who had tried to protect him, and that's where the leftists got him. When it came to malfeasance, Mr. Nixon was maladroit. Alas! he proved no match for the unprincipled fiends who opposed him. He was neither vicious nor crooked enough to outfox them.
Nothing has ever been right in American politics since President Nixon was forced to resign his office Ronald Reagan's successful presidency notwithstanding.