Sailer on "The Sailer Strategy" In TAKIMAG
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From my new column in Taki’s Magazine:
The Sailer Strategy

by Steve Sailer

November 16, 2016

… Ultimately, however, it’s important to note that strategizing is easy compared with implementing. Complimenting me for conceiving 16 years ago the broad brush strategy that Trump executed is a little bit like praising Muhammad Ali for improvising during his 1975 fight with heavyweight champ George Foreman his rope-a-dope strategy of conserving energy by leaning on the ropes and getting George to tire himself by letting him punch him at will.

Of course, Ali’s strategy was dependent upon his being tough enough to withstand getting slugged relentlessly by George Foreman for seven rounds. Similarly, no candidate in history ever withstood more punches, many below the belt, than did Donald Trump in 2016.
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See also GOP Future Depends on Winning Larger Share of the White Steve Sailer, November 28, 2000.

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