Is Donald Trump’s repeated line “I will never let you down” going the way of “Read my lips, no new taxes,” the infamous lie that denied George H.W. Bush a second term?
How is Trump letting us down? Here’s six for the pot:
1) The millions who elected Trump want Obamacare dead and buried. Period. End of story. Sen. Rand Paul is spot on about how to get rid of this albatross around the neck of the nation: Repeal the Affordable Care Act now, then work on replacement. Why doesn’t Trump throw in with the wise Dr. Paul, one of the few honest and incorruptible denizens of D.C.? Instead, Trump ... continue reading »
I don’t believe that man can destroy God’s creation. What I am beginning to ponder is that in the end times there are going to climate calamities. I believe that the leadership at that time is going to attempt to explain the calamities as climate change with a line like this: “See? We tried to tell you that this stuff was real but you flat-earthers kept sticking your heads in the sand.”
Let the states reclaim the government they created in 1789 and redo the republic based on individual liberty, common sense and spending controls. Could the states unchained do any worse than the current three-ring circus of fraud, plunder and deceit in D.C.? What we’ve got now in that swampland will be the death and impoverishment of us all.
Once again, incumbent Republican senators seem more a tuned to the Democratic agenda than of the newly elected Republican president. Cowardly GOP Senate incumbents, seemingly, fail to recognize the trap before them, as their majority refuses to repeal Obamacare. Failure to implement the Trump agenda will result in Republican senators appearing as no different than Democrats.
Why vote for a Republican senator that sides with Democrats?
GOP policy of embracing incumbent candidates denies the right of the people to decide, ensures corruption, impairs performance and promotes voter apathy. Political inbreeding. “To hell wit ... continue reading »