In response to Maureen Fiedler's National Catholic Reporter article about Trump voters as "nostalgia" voters (they want their white Christian hegemony back), nic brilliantly sends up said "nostalgic" Trump voters:
As a white man, I support Trump. I look forward to the day when he is president and my white maleness automatically propels me to the front of the line. I am tired of having to compete with women and minorities, at least some of whom are smarter and harder working than me. Naturally, I am also a Christian, as is Trump and so many of his supporters, but I don't let those religious ideals interfere with my everyday life. Certainly, one cannot do business or engage in politics using that "love thy neighbor" and "do unto others" stuff as a guide. It is time this country had a strong leader, and the catholic church, for that matter, returned to its strong masculine nature and exerted its primacy. I look forward to Trump creating a ministry of Religion, perhaps with a real he-man in charge, like Ray Burke, to make sure everyone in this country says "Merry Christmas" during the proper season.