"Trump is anti-anything that would bring the country together" - A Servant of His Own Appetite, the Full Boat

This and That and the Other. Trump is what Chuang Tzo would call a Full Boat; filled with an endless supply of opinions, judging the world like it was his beauty pageant, drawing distinctions among people by the second and on an aggressive hunt for others who want to be dominated and who enjoy feeling necessary to his domination. His boat is much too much - it's more like an overloaded bumper car - purposely crashing into most of the world inhabitants on a hurried pace along an ambitiously manipulated route to many planned destinations in his little paper boat. 

Osho Rajineesh explained that a perfect man is like an empty boat. [MORE]

From [The Hill] A former top Republican strategist says the GOP “deserve[s] the reckoning that will eventually come” if President Trump ends the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Sally Bradshaw, also a former top adviser to Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R), said Trump is “anti-anything that would bring the country together.

Donald Trump is anti-woman, anti-Hispanic, anti-black,” Bradshaw said. “The only thing he is for is for himself.”

Bradshaw was a co-author of the so-called “autopsy” commissioned by the Republican Party after their loss in the 2012 election. The GOP’s “Growth and Opportunity Project” recommended the party turn toward courting Hispanic voters and developing policies that would draw Hispanic voters to the GOP. 

Bradshaw, who publicly left the Republican Party in 2016, accused GOP leaders of abandoning the recommendations from that report in their support of Trump.

“Those in Republican leadership who have enabled his behavior by standing silent or making excuses for him deserve the reckoning that will eventually come for the GOP,” Bradshaw told BuzzFeed News.

Bradshaw’s comments come on the heels of a report that Trump has made the decision to end DACA, which temporarily blocked the deportation of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country as minors and sought work permits.

Nearly 800,000 people brought to the country illegally as children have benefitted from the program. [MORE]