I couldn’t agree more. It ought to be a great fight.
From a purely technical standpoint all the circumstances favor Dino.
Gregoire must be the aggressor and will be throwing lead punches, half blind, because her game plan was designed around outdated assumptions of the public mind and her opponent’s technique. The left ends up believing its own propaganda. Gregoire will try to score with tired ‘70s rhetoric, like an aging club fighter wearing 20 oz. gloves. She has no clue how far the country has moved on this issue in the last thirty years.
Dino, though, can move freely around the ring, choose when to mix it up, dodge and counter, stick and move. He can target her soft midsection, the emotional scarring of a generation of women beaten up by feminist falsehoods, the conscience of their daughters, who have never been motivated by a desire to destroy their own culture and aren’t attracted to the bitterness and misandrist hatred of radical feminism.
It will be very hard for Gregoire to lay a glove on Dino because there is no legislative action Dino must defend. She’ll be swinging at straw men and wearing herself out.
The Governess, by contrast, will afford plenty of target for the Italian Stallion and could be made to defend every revolting facet of the death industry, their oppressive politics and destructive results. Tied to every radical pro-death dogma, her feet will be as slow as her punches. She abandoned “choice” as a theme when she committed herself to forcing the pharmacists to stock and market deadly drugs, with no health benefit, against their will. She’s stuck with it, now, like a fighter that can’t get off the ropes.
Dino will be wearing the 10 oz. gloves of a championship bout and should be able to throw some lightning combinations, not just floating like a legislative butterfly, but stinging like a bee who won the last election.
He already cut her in the first flurry. I expect a lot of blood by the third round, all of it feminist. “How old she looks!” people will say.
By round eight he’ll take the gloves off.
The power behind Dino’s knockout punch is the moral weight of a movement that defends the most fundamental human right.
I can almost hear the referee counting now… five… six…seven…(the governess lies, struggling in the center of the ring for an answer, wallowing in blood. Her corner is screaming for her to recover.) eight…nine…