On Twitter, Dan Drezner asked:
If you think Donald Trump is an abomination and he wins, what should you do? https://t.co/wIKf44m2ie
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) November 2, 2016
1. Drink, 2. Move to Sweden, 3. Build a bunker, 4. Drink, 5. Stockpile beans and rice in the garage, 6. Hide spare cash in a hole, 7. Drink https://t.co/x3gqZdDklQ
— laura mckenna (@laura11D) November 2, 2016
So, what survivalist skills do y’all have?
Ross Douthat tells conservatives that should take a page from the pro-life handbook and NOT elect Trump
A vote for Trump is not a vote for insurrection or terrorism or secession. But it is a vote for a man who stands well outside the norms of American presidential politics, who has displayed a naked contempt for republican institutions and constitutional constraints, who deliberately injects noxious conspiracy theories into political conversation, who has tiptoed closer to the incitement of political violence than any major politician in my lifetime, whose admiration for authoritarian rulers is longstanding, who has endorsed war crimes and indulged racists and so on down a list that would exhaust this column’s word count if I continued to compile it
UPDATE: I’m procrastinating and reading all the Trump articles today. Here’s one by Maureen Dowd talking about when Trump and Clinton were friends. It’s the most interesting thing that she’s written in ages.