Sunday, October 02, 2016

Bill Bryant: sad case.

I had already made the decision to vote against any GOP candidate who refused to endorse Trump for president.

Locally, that means an additional reason to vote against Rivers and Wilson as well as the rest of the RINO contingent, such as Greg Kimsey... not that this reason was even needed to arrive at that conclusion and course of action.

But today, as I understand it, Bryant doubled-down on his cowardice by refusing to take a position on the oil terminal.

There is only one position to take which is to the right of Mao: Build it... or swear off anything made by any petroleum project.

After all, you wouldn't want to be a hypocrite, would you?

Cowardice is never a solid platform for running for office.  Bryant seems to have more than his fair share.  And I reiterate my opposition to him as a result.

1 comment:

Pete Masterson said...

Might I suggest a bit of reading? The argument about the Oil Terminal (and fossil fuels in general) is well discussed in The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels written by Alex Epstein of the Center for Industrial Progress.
At Amazon

This book lays out the case for using fossil fuels as the MORALLY CORRECT position. This is something that the left avoids by framing the question in terms of "saving the Earth" rather than how fossil fuels actually impact life on this planet.