Election Day Known Unknown
Maureen Dowd and the Wall Street Journal editorial page both agree this election is a race between a known and an unknown. So it must be an idea worth stealing. Or as Rumsfeld would say a known known vs. a known unknown.
Here’s the WSJ:
The choice comes down to the very high, if relatively predictable, costs of four more years of brute progressive government under Hillary Clinton versus a gamble on the political unknown of Donald Trump.
And Maureen Dowd:
The problem with Donald Trump is: We don’t know which of the characters he has created he would bring to the Oval Office
The trouble with Hillary Clinton is: We do know. Nobody gets less paranoid in the White House.