Despite the fact that it’s still a couple of years away, I can’t help but have what I can only describe as being a sense of impending doom regarding the 2020 presidential election. And what seems to be causing me much consternation is what I have been hearing from many of those who are, politically speaking, supposed to be on my side. Those who call themselves Republicans, even conservatives, but sadly, when you get right down to it, are really neither. And because they’re willing to join in with those seeking nothing more than to grow the power of government they have forfeited their right to call themselves, ‘conservative.’ And apparently any act on their part to subvert the will of the people is somehow seen as justified.
And it’s all of these self-righteous, holier-than-thou, all-knowing members of our political elite who seem to have forgotten entirely that they were elected for one purpose, and one purpose only, that being, of course, to serve the will of people not to rule over the people. And what makes them so very dangerous is how so very many of them now view themselves as being the guardians of our future when in fact they are really nothing more than the creators of a future where, if they have their way, our children will become little more than slaves to an all-powerful government. And it will be the fault of ‘We the People’ if these elites are able to succeed in their effort to effectively destroy all that our future could have been.
And it is with each passing day that the greatest threat we face comes not from the Democrat Party, although they do represent a serious threat, but from those who could do what they have promised to do to stop them. They call themselves Republican but what they are, are Republicans-In-Name-Only, or not so fondly referred to as RINOs. And as such they represent a far more serious threat to our freedoms than does ANY Democrat. And the sooner we are able to recognize that fact the sooner we will come to realize that they are not to be believed the quicker we will come to see that the best chance for our nation’s survival beyond 2020 is to vote in massive numbers for one Donald J. Trump.
And it was just this past Thursday that one of the more prominent members of that RINO faction, ‘Crazy Uncle John’ Kasich once again bobbed to the surface. This time around on, of all places, MSNBC’s “Hardball” with Chris ‘Mr. Tingles’ Matthews. It was during an idiotic exchange that Kasich made the claim that people were “hungering for an end” to “the name calling, the chaos” when he was asked by host Chris ‘Mr. Tingles’ Matthews about President Trump’s tweets. Contrary to what Kasich, and those like him, would have us all believe, what people are truly “hungering for an end” to is the constant stabbing in the back of this president by members of his own party. You know, scumbags like Kasich!
And apparently all of these ‘NeverTrumpers’ are of the opinion that if they can, with the help of their many allies in the ‘fake news’ media as well as in the Democrat Party, can keep up their steady stream of attacks long enough and loud enough, then more and more people will come to be persuaded by what they are saying, and begin to see them as being something other than the backstabbing ‘swamp’ creatures that they so very obviously are. It was another example of those attacks that is reflected in the partial transcript of a bizarre conversation that took place between two imbeciles, where one was a RINO swamp creature and the other a member of the ‘fake news’ media is as follows:
‘Mr. Tingles’: Well, among Trump’s recent Twitter activities, this beauty, a retweet of a picture showing a who’s who of Trump’s political enemies, if you will, behind bars, suggesting they should all be tried for treason. You can see there President Obama, the Clintons, Robert Mueller, James Comey, Trump’s own deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. What do you make of that? That he has to put out a retweet, the president of the United States is showing everybody he doesn’t like as treasonous behind bars?
‘Crazy Uncle John’: I think it’s terrible, Chris. I mean, look, the country’s divided enough, and people are hungering. You know, I just heard it on a call yesterday, I mean, I see it all the time, people are hungering for an end to all this, the name calling, the chaos. And, you know, when you are the president, you’re putting things out like that. Look, Chris, I’m the governor of the state, the seventh largest state in the country. I got things that make me mad, get me upset. I don’t start putting out a list of people that, you know, that are my enemies. I thought we got over that when Nixon left. You know, no more enemies lists. You’ve got to work with people sometimes even when you don’t like them. It’s a matter of fact. It’s life.
The Republican Party has been suffering from self-inflicted wounds for years. Our so-called leadership seems to have long ago abandoned even the semblance of being conservative, as evidenced by every election since 2010, when we were little more than lied to us during each and every campaign, only to find after they were safely elected they went about their business as if promises had never been made. And now many of these same RINOs have the nerve to take a stand against the one man who has actually done much of what he promised us he would do if we would choose to elect him as our president. Granted, he still has much work to do but he has already done much of what he promised and what we vote for.
And I hesitate to join in with those who are saying that the time has now come for conservatives to begin a new movement, or to start a new party, because I think that would be counter-productive. What I think we need to do, what we must do if we are to keep our country, is to be much more determined in our effort to constantly be on the lookout for opportunities to weed the RINOs from our party. President Trump is our mouth piece. Since the election he has not been accepted by the establishment or by the ‘fake news’ media. They have been trying to ruin his presidency since day one. It is shameful that any American would hope that the president of the United States would fail at his job for the country.
For some time now more and more people have started to view Republicans as being more of a problem than Democrats. They are viewed as weak, pathetic, as never fighting back and allowing the Democrats to walk all over them. We elect Republicans to advance a Republican agenda, not to go along with the Democrat agenda. When there is no difference between a Republican and a Democrat then what’s the point? Do boobs like Kasich magically and mystically think that everyone will just jump on their bandwagon and support their idiotic premise? It’s not going to happen. They are a waste of time. If you cannot, and will not, be a Republican, while posing as one, then it’s pointless to even bother with them.
A primary challenge from Kasich is really not the problem. What ‘would’ be a problem is if this putz were to run as an independent, which I have no doubt is something he would do. His intent would be to siphon off enough Republican votes in order to throw the election over to the Democrat, no matter who it might be. Which is precisely how Trump got elected president in the first place. Because even though he had zero chance of winning, it was the petulant ego-maniac Kasich who split the vote with Ted Cruz through the primaries and refused to bow out. He was hoping Trump wouldn’t achieve the necessary threshold and it’d have to go to convention where his fellow swamp creatures would select HIM over Cruz.
But because things didn’t exactly go according to Kasich’s plan he’s been stewing about it ever since. And as I said, knowing this scumbag as we all do I have no doubt that he would run as an independent specifically to make sure that he splits the Republican vote allowing the Democrat to win, because that’s exactly the sort of thing he would do. Because it’s not really about him winning, because no one really thinks any third party candidate can win. What it’s really all about is doing everything he can to ensure President Trump loses. So I ask you, how much of a pathetic loser must you be to want to engineer a scenario the specific purpose of which is the defeat of your party’s president? How twisted is that?
Over the course of the next two years these sleazy RINOs will be doing all that they can to convince as many voters as they know what’s best for us, and it’s only they who can bring about the best possible outcome when it comes to what that lies ahead. And if we are stupid enough to believe them then whatever results from having done so will be no one’s fault but our own. Now it’s going to become increasingly imperative that we do not allow ourselves to fall for the propaganda that I can guarantee we’re going to be hearing nonstop over the course of the next two years. So our focus must be on reducing the number of those NeverTrump voices, and replacing them those who will support our president.
There are also those now saying that Donald Trump could very well be the last Republican president we ever have, and frankly I have no way of knowing if that is in fact true, or not. But if that truly does come to pass it will be the Republicans themselves who are to blame. And unfortunately, the ones who are going to be made to suffer if that does in fact become a reality are those of us who are desperate to save this country for our children and THEIR children. Look, I think we all know that the Democrats want to take this country as far to the left as they can. And we also know that the further left we go the less freedoms we will come to enjoy. So the question is, how far are WE willing to go to stop them?
I just don’t think enough of the America people understand just how precarious or how tenuous our current political environment really is. Far too many seem far too hung up on personalities instead of what is actually being accomplished. Our economy can now be accurately described as booming, our military is on the mend, and America has once again assumed her rightful leadership position in the world. Say what you will about the president’s proclivity for using Twitter, but he has done something few Republican politicians that we have elected of late have done, which is to keep his promises. Which I think is what really pisses off folks like Kasich more than anything that the president may decide to tweet.