Paul Martin, who shall remain nameless, has hurt David Wilkins’s feelings:
“Just think about this. What if one of our best friends criticized you directly and incorrectly almost relentlessly? What if that friend’s agenda was to highlight your perceived flaws while avoiding mentioning your successes? What if that friend demanded respect but offered little in return?” Wilkins asked.
I’ll be honest: I’d feel pretty bad.
Then again, my mommy always said that if your best friend doesn’t visit you for thirty yearsand imposes tariffs on your lumber even when NAFTA tells them not to and doesn’t seem to mind deporting your citizens to be tortured in foreign countries, then maybe they’re not really your friend after all.