“I think we’ve reached a signal point in the campaign,” the eloquent Peggy Noonan has written in her 3.28 Wall Street Journal column. “This is the point where, with Hillary Clinton, either you get it or you don’t. There’s no dodging now. You either understand the problem with her candidacy, or you don’t. You either understand who she is, or not. And if you don’t, after 16 years of watching Clintonian dramas, you probably never will.
People have written in and said, “How you can admire Peggy Noonan, who used to shill for Poppy Bush in the ’80s and early ’90s?” Answer: because she’s always been a superb writer, because she gets it, and because the enemy of my enemy is my friend. I know a guy — a very good hombre who toils in the same trenches that I do — who will never accept the reality of the Hillary malignancy. He can look at it and go, “Yeah, there it is,” but he seems to lack the moral revulsion element. I haven’t talked to him in two or three days, but he was the first guy I thought of when I read the above paragraph.