The Atlantic’s David Brooks recently wrote a piece titled “Trump and the Specter of American Electability,” which is a really good read.
Brooks is a great critic of Trump, but the fact is that Brooks isn’t a robot.
He is a human being, and that makes him a human agent.
That makes him subject to human biases.
Brooks has a point about the Republican Party, and the way it treats its members and its candidates.
The Republican Party does treat its members badly.
It treats its candidates poorly.
But the problem is not the Republicans themselves, who don’t treat their candidates badly, but how they treat one another.
Brooks doesn’t call out any of that, and in fact he has done so in his piece.
He doesn’t discuss how Republican candidates are treated by their colleagues, or how they are treated in Congress.
Instead, Brooks is writing about how he thinks Republicans are treated when they don’t have the party’s candidate for president.
And he’s right: I don’t think the Republican establishment, including the party as a whole, is treated fairly.
This is not an indictment of the Republican candidates, but a criticism of their treatment of one another when they can’t have that relationship.
Brooks makes the point that the Republican candidate is not always the person who gets to be the president.
That’s true, but it is only true if the person is Donald Trump.
I would say, “Trump is the Republican nominee for president, and he’s not doing anything right.”
He’s not even doing what he ought to be doing.
The Republicans have tried to stop him from doing it.
They’ve blocked him from being president.
They have refused to accept the results of the election.
And yet, he is the president-elect.
He’s going to be an enormously powerful figure in the world, and it’s going have a huge impact on our politics.
The American people will not have the choice of electing a Republican to the White House, Brooks writes.
He says, “I don’t know if I’ll be around in 2020.”
It’s not that I don, but I don.
I think I can’t make that choice, because I think the country has been left in a very, very bad place.
Brooks ends the piece with this observation: The people who have made the worst decisions have made them for the most part because they are too smart.
Brooks also makes an important point about political behavior.
He notes that politicians often take credit for things they didn’t do.
“I do not think the American people are going to take the advice of the Republicans in this election to reject their party’s nominee for the president.”
He says: We should be proud of our democracy, and we should be very clear about what our system of government is about.
The people, the voters, should not be allowed to vote against their own best interests.
Brooks argues that this is a problem, and one that needs to be addressed.
He argues that the way the Republican National Committee is treating the Republican members of Congress and their voters is a symptom of a deeper problem: that there are some Republicans who don of the right sort of political philosophy.
He calls them the Trumpists.
I have no quarrel with that, but this is not a problem that only exists among some of the people who are very smart.
This isn’t just some conspiracy theory.
This has been a serious problem for many decades, and its been a real problem in American politics.
Brooks says, I think that’s where Trump’s base is, the people whose opinions matter, and they don