Major League Cheating
Alex Cora has been released as manager of the Boston Red Sox baseball team for cheating. Apparently he took advantage of an elaborate system of stealing signs from other teams. And rather than trying to justify his actions by claiming everyone else did the same thing, management correctly let him go. They fired him.
I was a vender at Yankee Stadium in 1977, and am an ardent fan. But if Billy Martin had done the same thing, fire him too. It’s a blemish on the team, the city, and an embarrassment for all of sport. And, although cheating may be pervasive, it is exactly why we have rules against it, and why Cora is out.
Now consider cheating to get elected to the highest office in the land. No comparison right?
Fire him too!
Put Constitution and Country first.