Too sad reason eludes political discourse in many corners of the world today. Glad to have come across this exchange:
Henry McCord to his son Jason: Once Fred Reynolds becomes president, what then?
Jason: Then he’s president.
Henry McCord: What’s his position say on Iran?
Jason: He wants every country to control its destiny.
Henry McCord: What does it mean exactly?
Henry McCord: So, if Iran is self-determined to acquire nuclear weapons does Reynolds think we should let them? Do you?
Jason: No, no. I’m not sure.
Henry McCord: And yet you’re sure he’ll make a better president?
Jason: What’s your point?
Henry McCord: Your knowledge is a mile wide and an inch deep. You know what does that make you? A poser; a dilettant. If you’re gonna support someone and publicly humiliate your family in the process, then you damn well better be able to defend them. So either you educate yourself, or stop talking.