By Tom Quiner
Islamic terrorists killed 34 people in Turkey yesterday using a car bomb.
In the Ivory Coast, an al Qaeda affiliate killed a dozen more.
Last month, another car bomb killed 29 in Turkey.
In the last 30 days alone, 1193 people have been killed in the name of Mohammed in twenty-five different countries.
In the meantime, here in the United States, we have a decidedly unserious man about to become the Republican nominee for president. When asked by MSNBC if he had a foreign policy “team,” Donald Trump said,
“Yes, there is a team. Well, there’s not a team. I’m going to be forming a team.”
This is a dangerous world, as Islam proves to us on a daily basis. Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s operating philosophy is to play to our fantasies, as he proudly admitted in his book, “The Art of the Deal:”
“I play to people’s fantasies. People want to believe that something is the biggest and the greatest and the most spectacular. I call it truthful hyperbole.”
An unserious man like Donald Trump is not equipped to deal with the cancer spreading across the globe.
Islamic terrorism is not a fantasy, even if our president downplays the threat by characterizing the enemy as the “JV Team.”
We need an adult in the White House fast. Donald Trump is not the man for the job.