What Marz says about South Carolina GOP primary and a few other issues
Conservatives falling all over themselves to lash out at the Pope doesn't seem like very good look ... but who am I to judge?— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 18, 2016
And what's that supposed to mean? That if the Pope is doing anything wrong, they shouldn't say so? On which note, the pope voiced opposition to building a wall across the US-Mexico border, throughly ignoring any interlopers who're dangerous. In other words, he's unconcerned about border security to keep the country safe? Sigh. That's just not the way to go. Donald Trump said in response:
Trump said the pope was misinformed by the Mexican government and its leadership who "made many disparaging remarks" about Trump to Pope Francis.If the pope won't ponder that, what's the point of his criticism anyway? Does safety not matter? It's very disappointing the pope chose to go such a weak route.
"The pope only heard one side of the story — he didn't see the crime, the drug trafficking and the negative economic impact the current policies have on the United States," Trump said.
Also, what does Marz say about the journalistic trade:
Always, always, ALWAYS reach out for comment! If you don't, you're writing an opinion piece, not journalism. https://t.co/nMkIZMFisF— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 19, 2016
But that's what Marz basically does. I'm sure he did that a lot during his original stint as a journalist, far more than he ever interviewed. (Of course, he was a sports writer, which is actually a good thing; if he were a political writer, he'd be truly awful.)
It's pretty great to see people EXCITED about comics, instead of the complaints and entitlement we so often see. #Rebirth— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 19, 2016
But that's what people like him think, and did when he was writing Green Lantern. He felt entitled to it, at the expense of readers old and new.
Now his comments on the GOP primary:
You know who is way more scared of Trump than you are? The Republican party elders.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 21, 2016
No, it's muddled men like Marz who are. He won't consider that the establishment has been seen today as exactly the problem.
Sorry to see Jeb go. Because now the GOP establishment holds its collective nose and funds robo-Rubio #SCPrimary— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 21, 2016
Yes, because Rubio's more problematic than an incompetent like Hilary Clinton, whose own serious mistakes include incompetence with Benghazi and the e-mail scandal.
Some stuff I ponder. Bush burned $150 million in GOP establishment money. Do they fund Rubio now, or decline to throw good money after bad?— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 21, 2016
What about George Soros funding Democrats and socialists?
GOP spent the last 7 years cozying up to delusionals, goofballs, Tea Partiers and xenophobes. This is the harvest from those seeds sown.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 21, 2016
And ultra-leftists like Marz spent several years earlier cozying up to Occupy Wall Street creatures, even after the reports about rapes occurring at their tent sites. While today, the Democrats enable Iranian autocrats to run their perilous atrocities. All of which makes little difference to men like Marz, who can't say anything critical about Democrats no matter what mistakes they make.