Connect dots

Unregulated power can disable a country by increasing its debt to an unsustainable rate, while degrading the authority of the judicial system and media as the walls of justice unravel into chaos.

When a person justifies their leadership with, “It doesn’t matter if you are right or wrong as long as you win,” basic intelligence comes into question of followers of this philosophy. It’s troubling to see when my 3-year-old granddaughter is able to connect dots to solve a problem while followers of an angry individual, who has vowed to get those who would not loan money to him or laughed at him, cannot connect the dots of what is taking place.

Sleight of hand by magicians and con men is an art. Sleight of hand or speech isn’t an art when the followers will just accept the lies because if he’s wrong that would make you right and we will have none of that. Because “it doesn’t matter if you are right or wrong as long as you win.” If you are a follower, explain that philosophy to your children and grandchildren.

Tony Huppert

Spring Valley