I’m left to wonder what color the sky is in James Frisk’s world.
Frisk’s recent letter to the editor, "Hitler provided Dems with their playbook," published Feb. 6 includes the following quotation from a psychological profile of Adolf Hitler: “Never allow the public to cool off; never admit a fault or wrong; … never accept blame….”
Among other characterizations of an immoral dictator.
And yet, just two days after his acquittal, here’s a description from The Washington Post's David Nakamura of our current occupant in chief’s behavior: “Trump was angry, raw, vindictive, aggrieved - reflecting the id of a president who has seethed for months with rage against his enemies. This was the State of Trump …
“In sharp contrast with President Bill Clinton - who used a four-minute statement in the Rose Garden in 1999 to apologize and call for ‘reconciliation’ after he was acquitted on impeachment charges - Trump offered no words of regret, insisting, as he has repeatedly, that he did nothing wrong in asking Ukraine’s president to investigate a Democratic rival. The only apology he offered was to his own family, for the ‘phony, rotten’ ordeal that they were put through ‘by some very evil and very sick people.’”
Again, I’m left to wonder what color Frisk is seeing when he looks toward the heavens.