Unexpected voices of reason

“A few perpetrators of evil do not represent us,” the politician said. “They do not control us. The blame lies with the people who committed these vicious acts, and no one else.”

“Every member of this body — every Republican and every Democrat — wants to see less gun violence,” he said. “Every member of this body wants a world in which people feel safe regardless of the color of their skin. And that’s not how people are feeling these days.”


“The values that brought those protesters to the streets in Dallas, the values that brought those protesters to the streets in Washington last night — respect, decency, compassion, humanity,” he said. “If we lose these fundamental things, what’s left?”

Just another silly liberal spouting about race again?  No, these words actually came from Paul Ryan. Yes, that Paul Ryan.

Another politician said this today: “If you are a normal, white American, the truth is you don’t understand being black in America and you instinctively underestimate the level of discrimination and the level of additional risk.”  This radical leftist? Newt Gingrich.

Maybe they’re starting to get it. Maybe Trump’s nomination has awakened them to what they have done to America.