TWO OF OUR WORST SECRETARIES OF STATE TAKE SHOTS AT THE PRESIDENT’S UN SPEECH…

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Why is that we should be willing to take serious the critiques of President Trump’s recent address before the Unite Nations now being offered by two of the most incompetent individuals to ever hold the title of Secretary of State?  First it was Hitlery we heard from as she referred to the speech as being “very dark” and “dangerous” and then it was John Kerry-Heinz who said the speech didn’t put America first, it instead put “America last.  Meanwhile it was Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who assessed it as being the best speech he had heard given to that body in 30 years.  So who should we believe?  These two losers or the leader of a country?

When it comes to those comments made by Hitlery, it was during her recent return to late night TV, when she appeared for the first time since the election on Tuesday.  She voiced her displeasure to “Late Show” host, and fellow Trump hater, Stephen Colbert, saying that President Trump’s speech to the United Nations was both “very dark” and “dangerous.”  She said, “Not the kind of message that the leader of the greatest nation in the world should be delivering.”  Which begs the question, what does she, as a Democrat, know about being a leader?  Because when it comes to Democrats the primary focus must always be on appeasement never on strength.

Hitlery went on to say that it is in such speeches that, “you are both required to stand up for the values of what we believe in — democracy and opportunity — as a way to demonstrate clearly the United States remains to beacon that we want it to be.”  She said that the message also should be that “when you face dangerous situations, like what is happening in North Korea, to make it clear that your first approach should always be diplomatic.”  The thing is, Democrats are never willing to take the next step, and the only logical step, once diplomacy has been exhausted.  They simply make the claim that the objectives have been met and move on.

And apparently Hitlery also seemed to be none too happy to hear how President Trump made it very clear, and in no uncertain terms, that the United States would “totally destroy” North Korea if it is forced to defend itself or its allies in the face of a nuclear threat.  Nor was she pleased at how he chose to refer to North Korean ‘leader’, Kim Jong Un, as “Rocket Man.”  Because, as we all know, Hitlery’s idea of diplomacy, as it is with all Democrats, involves the United States essentially agreeing to be made subservient to every dictator and despot on the entire planet.  Which accomplishes nothing more than to make us even less safe here at home.

Which brings me to he who took the baton from Hitlery as Secretary of state, John Kerry-Heinz.  And as we all know, he was even more disturbingly unqualified to be Secretary of State than was Hitlery.  And it was Mr. Kerry-Heinz who did his best to make the argument that President Trump’s “America First” speech to the United Nations did not put America first, all it did was to put “America last and diplomacy last.”  Which, I must admit, had me wondering if he had watched the same speech that I did.  Because from what I saw there was nothing about the speech that put either America, OR diplomacy, last.  America was first and foremost.

It was on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that Kerry-Heinz described President Trump’s strong language by saying, “It pushes people away, I mean, this childish kind of, the rhetoric.”  He said, “If name calling was going to solve this problem, Donald Trump would have already solved the problem.  So, that’s not going to move anybody to do what you have to do.”  He went on to whine, “You have to ask yourself, is America safer because of ‘Rocket Man?’  Did we bring anybody to the table as a consequence of that language?  You don’t give a speech at the United Nations to talk to your base.  You have plenty of opportunities to do that.”

What Kerry-Heinz refuses to do, as do all of those on the left, is to recognize the United Nations as being one of most corrupt and dysfunctional organizations on the planet.  Kerry-Heinz claimed that China would shut North Korea down in two days, “but it won’t because it says it’s afraid of the stability issues that would happen if Kim’s regime collapses.”  But what’s truly at the heart of China’s reluctance to take any serious action is their fear that it might lead to a successful reunification, which in time could lead to the emergence of a new American-allied economic powerhouse, complete with U.S. military bases, right on China’s border.

Kerry-Heinz seemed to take offense regarding the claim that diplomacy has not worked with North Korea for the past two decades.  Furthermore, at least according to Kerry-Heinz, Trump does not need to “brandish” threats of destroying North Korea to make his point.  He said, “You don’t have to brandish that every moment so that it’s always the big stick and no talk, literally, softly or otherwise.”  And he went on to say, “You have got to have both. And there’s no sense here of diplomatic initiative or effort by them to bring Russia or China to the table to do this.”  By all means, it’s always better to pussyfoot around such the issues, or to lead from behind.

Kerry-Heinz also lambasted Trump’s call to end the nuclear deal with Iran, saying shredding the deal, which Kerry-Heinz helped broker, would endanger diplomatic efforts with North Korea.  It was on that topic that he said, “What does North Korea think, looking at the way he’s talking about shredding a deal that was made?”  And added, “If that’s the way America behaves in the world, throwing out something that works because you don’t like it, but it works, you’re actually inviting a much more active path.”  Regarding the deal with Iran, it doesn’t work, it never has.  And how many of those agreements made in the past with North Korea were kept?  None!

President Trump’s call against the Paris climate agreement is also something that didn’t sit too well with Kerry-Heinz.  Kerry-Heinz, who has been a big proponent of first bogus ‘global warming’ and then just as bogus ‘climate change’ for decades said, “Almost 200 nations came together, and all of them agreed simultaneously not to accept the burden imposed by any other country.”  Kerry-Heinz said, “Donald Trump has not told the truth to the American people about this. The burden that we’ve accepted is one we defined. He doesn’t have to pull out of Paris. He just has to change the targets.”  The entire ‘climate change’ theory is a scam and he knows it.

As is always the case with Democrats anytime the United States is facing a major security challenge, they can always be counted on to come together in a perverted attempt to divide our nation, politicize our nation’s survival decisions, and rip away at our President.  Any decent person with even a hint of patriotism, as well as ounce of intelligence, would be trying to unify our country behind our President right now, and show solidarity, but not our twisted cadre of anti-America Democrats. We are supposed to be stupid and believe their words over their obvious treasonous deeds.  Together with their media allies they succeed in fooling almost half of the people.

Hitlery should be ashamed to show her face in public talking about this issue. She was Secretary of State while Obummer dithered and failed to do anything to stop this and so many other despots and tyrants around the world, including Assad, the Iranian Mullahs, the Venezuelan dictator, and others.  I’ve been listening to Hitlery flap her mouth for decades and never heard her say anything.  This situation with North Korea is the direct result of attempts, going back to her husband, to kick the can down the road.  She had her opportunity to do something about it and did nothing but to leave it for the next guy to deal with.  Well, welcome to the end of the road, Hitlery.

As for Kerry-Heinz, what can I say about this classless and unintelligent boob?  A guy who spent four long arduous months in Vietnam, garnered for himself a few medals, of which at least two were for self-inflicted ‘wounds’, and then came home to accuse his comrades of all manner of atrocities and of being followers of Genghis Khan.  After which he went onto become a worse secretary of state than he was a U.S. senator.  And what does it say about this country when we have had as your chief diplomats, first Hitlery and then Kerry-Heinz?  Does anyone actually think that there was a foreign leader anywhere who took either of these boobs seriously?  Doubtful!

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HITLERY, A DANGER TO OUR DEMOCRACY???

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Ya know, is it me or does it seem like she just doesn’t WANT to let it go and to simply move on with the rest of her life.  I mean have you ever seen anyone who seems to get such enjoyment out of constantly reminding people that she’s a loser.  She seems to relish her defeat as she ignores what we’re told is a growing number of pleas from many within her own party that she just let it go.  But when you stop to consider that it’s now become essentially her only means of remaining in the spotlight it begins to kind of make sense, in a weirdly Hitlery sort of way.  And I must say, that’s wanting attention pretty bad.

And as word comes that, nearly a year after the election, she plans on challenging the results, apparently we could be stuck with her for a while.  In an interview with NPR’s Terry Gross on NPR’s “Fresh Air” this past Monday, failed presidential candidate Hitlery said she’s open to challenging the results of the 2016 election.  In a response to a question asking if she would “rule out questioning the legitimacy of this election, Hitlery said, “No, I wouldn’t rule it out.”  Hitlery stated that she believes the Russian government influenced the election in favor of Trump, and that this ‘could’ make the outcome illegitimate.

And it was everyone’s favorite loser who then went on to say, “[Trump knew] they were trying to do whatever they could to discredit me with emails, so there’s obviously a trail there… There’s no doubt they influenced the election: We now know more about how they did that.”  And she said, “[Trump knew] they were trying to do whatever they could to discredit me with emails, so there’s obviously a trail there… There’s no doubt they influenced the election: We now know more about how they did that.”  One thing we all now know for sure is that Obummer wiretapped Trump’s campaign!  But I digress.

Hitlery went on to add that she does not think there is a “mechanism” in place to officially overturn the election results.  She concluded by saying, “There are scholars, academics, who have arguments that [the election should be challenged], but I don’t think they’re on strong ground. But people are making those arguments. I just don’t think we have a mechanism.”  And it was in this same interview that Hitlery also said that the United States “should abolish the Electoral College.”  Remember how during the 2016 election, Hitlery referred to Trump’s comment that he may not accept the election results as “horrifying?”

Hitlery also attempted to suggest yet another rather conspiratorial possibility by drawing a rather long and tenuous line of connections.  Her theory seems to center around the fact that a court recently overturned the Kenyan election, which was a project of Cambridge Analytica, the data company owned by the Mercer family, which was instrumental in the Brexit vote.  A Brexit investigation is currently underway into “the use of data and the weaponization of information,” and Hitlery has therefore theorized that Mercer helped Donald Trump to steal the Presidency.  But as we know, Hitlery is a bit of a conspiracy nut.

And yet perhaps the most hilarious moment of the entire interview came when Hitlery painted herself as a paragon of political selflessness.  She said, “Let me just put it this way: if I had lost the popular vote but won the Electoral College and in my first day as president the intelligence community came to me and said, ‘The Russians influenced the election,’ I would’ve never stood for it. Even though it might’ve advantaged me, I would’ve said, ‘We’ve got to get to the bottom of this.’ I would’ve set up an independent commission with subpoena power and everything else.”  Anyone buying this shit is beyond ignorant.

Yup, she’s a regular beacon of integrity and honesty, folks; that’s the Hitlery we all came to know and then chose to reject last November.  Let’s face it, every person who voted for Hitlery owes this country a huge apology.  And it was this week that the entire nation got an ugly unvarnished picture of the corrupto-crat-grifter signing books for $300 a pop at Costco.  But I suppose there is no price that her very devoted fans wouldn’t pay.  Hell, for that price you could see a Broadway play!  And I thought I saw where she was signing books next to giant pallets of toilet paper.  If so, wouldn’t that be so very fitting?

And as a side note, I’m sure most will remember how, in October 2016, Obummer stood in front of the press on the White House grounds and stated that it’d be impossible for Russia or any other country to hack and/or influence a U.S. election, and he advised Trump to fight harder for votes.  He said this, of course, when he, Hitlery, the Democrats and those in media were all so certain they were going to win.  But, Hitlery has been crying over spilled milk ever since.  She should accept the results of the election because she’s a threat to our Democracy if she doesn’t.  What’s good for the goose, my friend.

Hitlery continues appears to be absolutely clueless to why it is that so many people have come to despise her.  Most people would be content to remain respectfully out of sight after experiencing such a humiliating defeat.  Not to mention the fact that it was on her watch that four Americans were brutally murdered because of her, including the first ambassador to be killed while serving his country since the days of Jimmy Carter.  And then there’s all of the corruption that has surrounded her for the last 25+ years, and still she has the guts to show her face in public?  It makes clear what can only be a very serious personality disorder.

And finally, I just want to say thank you, Hitlery.  Your pain, disappointment and emotional breakdown, have brought me more joy, happiness, and comic relief than I would have ever thought possible.  I can only hope that you continue to write books full of the mindless tripe that so distinguishes you from rational thinking individuals, and that you do so until the time comes when you find yourself in that very warm and cramped corner for all of eternity.  And I have no doubt that when you walk through the gates of Hell you will likely be greeted by past associates who, like you, sought nothing more than to destroy this country for fun and profit.

FEW AMERICANS HAVE MUCH FAITH IN OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM…

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Apparently, there is some new survey by Gallup that tells us pretty much what most of us already knew about our pathetic public school system.  And it shows how only 36% of Americans are confident in our public schools, which is the highest level of confidence since 2009.  2009?  Now let’s see, what happened that year?  Oh yeah, that’s right, that’s the year a devout Socialist became the 44th president of the United States.  Luckily my daughter, who graduated high school in 2011, came out relatively unscathed.  But that was only because her mother and I worked very hard to either undo, or to counter, all of the misinformation she was ’taught’ in school every day.  And believe me, it was no easy task.  And whenever I met with any of her teachers, the very first question that would always pop into head was, “How did you get this job?”  They always seemed to be in over their head.

Anyway it was according to this most recent poll that only 36% of U.S. adults expressed a great deal or quite a lot of confidence in public schools and that is a six-percentage-point increase from 2016 and marks the highest confidence rating in eight years.  Gallup started this survey back in 1986 and the highest percentage of confidence since then was in 1987, at 50%.  It was in gathering information for the poll that Gallup asked, “Please tell me how much confidence you, yourself, have in each one [institution] — a great deal, quite a lot, some or very little.”  For 2017, the “confidence” response was 36%.  So what we have is that roughly a third of the American adult population is able to trust that those involved in our public school system are actually interested in ‘teaching’ our children and not in ‘indoctrinating’ them.  That’s really pretty sad.

And it’s by political party that the percentage of “great deal/quite a lot” of confidence in the government schools was 41% for Democrats and 30% for Republicans.  Which, for Democrats, is up from 36% last year and up from 21% for Republicans.  According to Gallup, “The boost in public school confidence this year is part of an uptick in the average confidence rating (35%) across all institutions that Gallup measures.”  The polling group went on to report, “Public school confidence ranked second in positive year-over-year change among 15 institutions tested in the June survey.”  And said, “Eleven institutions received a confidence boost from 2016, largely attributable to rising confidence among Republicans, which might be ascribed to the election of President Donald Trump.”  So by simply getting himself elected, Trump may have already had a positive impact.

In speaking for myself, I’m pretty darn confident in our public school system!  I am confident that the majority of teachers ‘teaching’ our children today come from the lowest ranks of college and university graduates.  I am confident that more money will be spent on trade unions and administrative costs than will ever be spent on actually educating our children.  I am confident that subjects like fuzzy math and ‘Common Core’ will greatly hinder the ability of our children to be successful in a global marketplace.  And I am confident that the average test scores and global comparisons have steadily diminished in the U.S. since the advent of the National Education Association and the Department of Education federalized the educational system.  The federal government should have no role to play in the education of our kids other than to mandate that it takes place.

Frankly, I’m not the least bit surprised that people don’t like what they are getting in return for the amount of taxpayer money we spend each year to ‘educate’ their children.  After all, we spend nearly $15,000 per student every single year, or roughly $650 Billion, and what exactly do we get in return?  Generation after generation of mind-numbed robots.  More people are going to have to get involved in their schools to make sure that the books that they pay for are accurately portray our history and that teachers are not teaching a bias toward the liberal world view.  It comes down to every community watching out for themselves if they want a good education for their children and not what the liberals want to stuff down their throats.  It’s the only way that children, as they become responsible adults, will be able to elect responsible leaders who will “Make America Great Again.”

U.S. students consistently fall well behind other international students in math and science proficiency.  And recent decades have shown that spending increasingly amounts of taxpayer money on public schools tends to have a poor return on the investment.  Betsy Devos cited lack of school choice and failure of top-down policies dictated by Washington.  She said, “This department just invested $7 billion trying to improve failing schools, and there were literally no results to show for it.”  And yet we are always told by those in the Democrat Party that, like everything else, all we need to do is to spend more money and things will improve.  Which begs the question, how much money is enough money?  Because I’m sure I don’t need to remind anyone that it’s that kind of mentality that has gotten to the point where this country is now $20 Trillion in debt.

And let’s face it, it’s from the very first day they enter into their local public school to the day they graduate from one of our illustrious institutions of ‘higher learning’ that our children are ‘taught’ from a curriculum that consists of nothing more than leftwing propaganda.  It would seem that our ‘education’ system becomes more about indoctrination, and less about teaching our children, every single year.  I am 100% confident that the only thing schools are ‘good’ for is to turn our children into good little obedient communists, with all the moral values of alley cats in heat, holding their hands out to get everything they can for ‘free’.  I think most reasonably intelligent Americans will agree that U.S. public education HAS NOT been about ‘education’ for a very long time.  And that’s the problem.  We need to decide, as a nation, how best to actually educate our kids.

And Hitlery’s rather bizarre, and yet classically leftist, interpretation of George Orwell’s ‘1984’ notwithstanding, I think that it was he who said it best when he wrote, “Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.”  Because what better way than through the controlling of our public, and to a certain degree our private, education system is there to accomplish just that?  If we are never ‘taught’ what our history is, and are instead ‘taught’ what is nothing more than a complete fabrication when it comes to our past, how is it that we can prevent making the same mistakes.  There’s an old adage that goes something like, “Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.”  But if we’re never taught about our past, our future becomes far more uncertain.  We must be taught the mistakes, as well as the triumphs, of those who came before us.

BERNIE SANDERS AND WHAT A DIFFERENCE 30 YEARS MAKES…

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Bernie Sanders, you remember him, the guy from whom Hitlery basically stole the 2016 Democrat presidential nomination, introduced a bill in the Senate this past week that promises Medicare for all.  But it’s through the miracle of video tape that we’re able to see that he felt quite differently about such an idea 30 years ago.  You see, it was then that he wasn’t feeling the same burn for the plan.  In 1987 Bernie said that such an idea would “bankrupt the nation”.  But he likely rethought that initial feeling because while he’s not stupid enough to buy into Socialism himself, he’s certainly happy to sell it to the uneducated useful idiots of the left.

Back in 1987 it was a slightly less dishonest Bernie who was heard to say, “I’m not an expert on it, but number one, you want to guarantee that all people have access to healthcare as you do in Canada. But I think what we understand is that unless we change the funding system, and the control mechanisms in this country to do that… For example, if we expanded Medicaid — everybody, okay. Give everybody a Medicaid card. We would be spending such an astronomical sum of money that, you know, we would bankrupt the nation.”  And it’s 30 years later that the prospect of bankrupting the nation doesn’t seem to be that big of a deal anymore.

And again it’s in fast-forwarding from that Bernie of old, that today’s Bernie still has no idea where the funding will come from to cover his utopian plan, nor does he seem to care.  The only possibly solution would be through yet-to-be-identified tax increases and even then, the money will have to be figured out.  That said, current analysis estimates that the proposed bill would cost $32 Trillion over 10 years, if it were passed.  So, get ready to hand over everything you’ve got just so you can say, “I have ‘free’ health care!”  And rumor has it that most, if not all, of those Democrats rumored to be potential 2020 presidential candidates now support it.

Realistically, what single-payer, Medicare for all or nationalized healthcare means is waiting for months to see the first doctor and then add another year to see the specialist and then you can add another 3 or 4 years for the operation or treatment.  That is, IF your condition is deemed necessary to be treated by the rationing board, death panel, and IF you will not be a useless eater after the treatment and IF you are a good party member that has made large and regular financial contributions then you will be taken care of. Doubt me?  See the example of Fred Baron versus Sarah Murnaghan or any of the veterans that have been put on the VA death lists.

In England it’s the government that is essentially killing off 130,000 old people or individuals with expensive treatments every year just to keep costs down.  And it’s here at home, in these United States, that the cost of healthcare has skyrocketed since the 1960s.  And why is that, you ask?  Well, if you said government regulations you’d be spot on!  And now the Democrat solution for this is, of course, to double down, and to try to make the situation even worse (which is what Obamacare specifically tried to do) by exponentially increasing the amount of non-productive work in order to provide basic medical services.

Once the government runs the healthcare of the nation, and the taxes become unsupportable, the only means of controlling costs is to ration healthcare.  But not to worry, your elected officials and top-ranking bureaucrats will still have a separate medical system to guarantee high quality healthcare for them, and at our expense. And in an attempt to make a long story short, single-payer isn’t magic.  The only way other countries make nationalized health care work is through government-imposed cost controls.  Whether that means imposing long waits, or controlling doctor’s salaries, or rationing care, or some other solution, and usually more than one.

If those on the left want to argue for these things, we can have a discussion about it.  But saying, “We’ll just extend Medicaid or Medicare and it’ll magically work without changing anything fundamental” is pure BS.  Medicaid and Medicare are already bankrupting us.  They’re the largest cause of growth in the budget deficit, and projections show this getting worse in the future.  Ignorance fuels the hysteria over this fake magic.  Even people with Medicaid plans are typically clueless about their plans limitations, having taken the hook of subsidized premiums, because they were warned they would pay a penalty to the IRS for not having a healthcare plan.

The same goes for many Medicare members.  They don’t know how bad it is until they have services denied and they realize they need backup with a secondary plan to pay for it.  Everyone is getting sold insurance with sunshine and lollipops and images of happy people and doctors.  Few people read the details of their plans or ask the right questions of the brokers or navigators selling these plans.  Most will be blindsided with the truth sooner rather than later.  Meanwhile socialists like Bernie keep harping on what are the blatant falsehoods about single payer systems, because they know the most useful idiots think socialism is Facebook and Twitter.

HITLERY, THE PROVERBIAL ‘BAD PENNY’…

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It appears that we must now resign ourselves to the fact that we’re going to have to get used to having failed presidential nominee Hitlery around for at least the foreseeable future.  She said as much in a recent interview with Rachel Madcow over on MS(LSD).  She made it pretty clear that she has no intention of leaving politics nor the public eye, although she did say that she won’t be running for elected office again.  And frankly I’m not all that sure who it is that’s more disheartened at hearing such news.  Those of us on the right, or the Democrats.  Because there are quite a few in her party who are more than ready to see her go away.

It was just this past Thursday that Hitlery issued a warning, of sorts, that she intends on going nowhere when she said, “I’m not going to leave politics even though I’m not going to be a candidate.”  Madcow asked Hitlery, whose new book “What Happened” debuted on Tuesday, whether she now wants out of her public life.  Madcow said, “Obviously you have a career in public service behind you.”  And then she went on to ask, “You have a life as a public intellectual, now particularly with this book and the way that you’ve tried to approach this.  What do you what do you want in terms of your public life from here on out?”

Hitlery said she wants to help the next generation of candidates that has become inspired by activism against President Trump.  She said, “I’ve started a group, which I write about, called Onward Together aimed at supporting a lot of the new, young grassroots groups that have sprung up since the election.”  And, she said, “There’s a really tremendous amount of energy out there … I mean, all of the great work that we have seen since the election, my organization Onward Together will be supporting.” Hitlery launched ‘Onward Together’, a play on her campaign slogan “Stronger Together”, in May using some of the unused funds from her campaign.

And then Hitlery went on to say, “We will also support candidates and we will look for opportunities to try to not only support candidates in individual elections but  — if there’s groups that are fighting the suppression of voting, for example, we will come in and help them as well. So on the political agenda, I’m going to be very active on that.”  It would seem to me that the worst fear Democrats have would be to have Hitlery hanging around and sucking up cash donations that would otherwise be going to bona fide Democrat candidates.  As far as I’m concerned this is good news.  So the more Hitlery remains active in politics, the more we’re going to win.

During the early months of her campaign she basically hid from those in the media, to the point where she had to be shamed into finally giving what was referred to as a press conference.  Now, as a political two-time loser her desire remains to inflict upon America a death of a thousand cuts.  In other words, she is starting this “new group” into which she will likely funnel what she is surely hoping will be huge donations which she will likely then use to enrich herself under the guise of “helping” other people. Why does this feel like déjà vu all over again?  Oh yeah, ‘Onward Together’ equals the Clinton Foundation 2.0.

It always seem to me, as someone looking in from the other side, that when the time comes and those on the left become completely useless, pointless and/or unnecessary they are then forever referred to, by others on the left, as ‘intellectuals!’  Of course, she isn’t going away.  This woman lives for power and sycophantic praise.  So long as there is even one demented fan with a camera or a microphone, she’s happy.  If there is one thing that she shares with he who was our last president, it is the thrill she receives from the sound of her own voice.  The very same voice that sounds to so many others remarkably like fingernails scrapping across a chalkboard.

No, Hitlery isn’t going to simply go away.  If she were to retire quietly, all she would have left are her prescription meds, her alcohol and ‘Slick Willy’, and what kind of life is that?  Hitlery is like a piece of gum, or, better yet, the dog shit that gets stuck to the bottom of your shoe that you just can’t scrape off.  The swamp that was protecting her will grow increasingly annoyed at her refusal to stop stabbing their oozing and open wound.  She’s far too arrogant to understand that now that she’s less than useful and/or no longer able to threaten lethal political retribution, she will lose her heretofore breathtaking immunity.  And it can’t happen too soon.

This bitter old woman intends to go on attacking the country that rejected her bid for president for as long as she can.  Resist is her call, find wrong in every corner of a country that gives everyone the opportunity to succeed.  The country isn’t perfect and her people are not perfect, but we are still a country of, by and for the people.  Hitlery had her chance.  The Clintons chose to profit from public office, to the detriment of the country they were supposed to serve while in public office.  Sadly a great many are willing, like lemmings, to follow this woman over the cliff.  Many will do it to their own destruction, while the Clintons profit.

Hitlery has always been exceptionally good at lying.  Her sour grapes are absolutely epic!  The real reason Hitlery lost is because she was a dismal candidate with no message other than “it’s my turn, and I’m a woman who will be Obama 2.0, so elect me”.  And let’s not forget that she doesn’t give a rip about national security (certified incompetent by the FBI no less), lies every time she opens her mouth, allows our Ambassadors and heroes to get killed, blames everyone and everything else for her own failures, and is utterly corrupt through and through.  And when asked if she did enough on her own to lose the election, her reply was “well, no!”

So riddle me this, why is it that any reasonably intelligent Democrat candidate, of which we know there are very few, would ever purposely seek out this two-time loser for advice on anything even remotely connected to winning an election?  Now with that said, what she does have to offer, which might be helpful to some, is advice regarding how ‘NOT’ to run a political campaign, especially since her last campaign was a textbook example of how not to do so.  Other than that there are few things on which she could offer any actual useful advice unless one is, of course, seeking advice on how best to sell out one’s country for fun and profit.

HAS DONALD TRUMP NOW BECOME ‘THE SWAMP’???

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Yes folks, I admit it, I voted for Donald Trump.  Albeit rather reluctantly, but I did vote for him.  And despite my doubts about being able to actually trust the man, I will also admit that I was genuinely glad when he won the election.  And still, in looking back over the campaign at those who comprised his opposition, the only one I would have voted for with more enthusiasm than I had in voting for Trump, was Ted Cruz.  In fact it was Cruz that I voted for in my state’s primary.  And it was Cruz I continued to support until the day he threw in the towel at which time I then chose to get onboard the ‘Trump Train’.

So what is it about ‘The Swamp’ that it can have such an effect on what appears to be anyone who ventures into it?  I must admit that I had some pretty high hopes for the Trump presidency, now I’m beginning to feel rather foolish at the thought I could have been so easily taken in.  And I can hear the ‘I told you so’s’ that are already coming in from those crowing about how much smarter they were than I because they easily saw through the facade that had the rest of us fooled.  And such claims really accomplish nothing more than to further divide a party that must most certainly come together if it is to survive.

And while he may not have been our last hope, candidate Trump was certainly the one who was able to inspire the most hope.  And now if he doesn’t get the job done, then, despite the odds we may face, we need to keep working to get someone who can and will.  The campaign of Trump woke up all of those who thought their vote may actually make a difference.  And in a way, it has.  Look at how much we shook the bees nest.  Now it’s time to keep on shaking it until it falls and they leave.  Yeah, we may get stung along the way, but if we just turn and go home now, they’ll keep building that nest bigger and bigger.

And so it is then that President Trump’s signature campaign promise, the building of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, may now still remain very much on the back burner.  The president said as much earlier today.  It was as he prepared to depart for Florida that he told reporters, “The wall will come later.”  And he went on to say, “We’re right now renovating large sections of wall, massive sections, making it brand new. We’re doing a lot of renovations, we’re building four different samples of the wall to see which one we’re going to choose, and the wall is going to be built, it will be funded a little bit later.”

President Trump said, “Well, we want to get massive border security, and I think both Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer — I think they agree with it.  We met last night, as you know, Schumer, Pelosi and a whole group and I think we’re fairly close, but we have to get massive border security.”  I’m sorry but I really thought he was smarter than that.  But that too would appear might prove to be yet another mistake on my part.  You’d think I’d learn after while not to trust that anyone in politics today, even a novice like Trump, loves this country as much as I do.  Because I’m beginning to think that they really don’t.

And as to be expected it was the White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, who pushed back against that claims of a Wednesday night surrender to the Democrats.  She said, “While DACA and border security were both discussed, excluding the wall was certainly not agreed to.”  Apparently, neither can Sarah be trusted to tell the truth.  Because Trump’s own statements Thursday morning made it crystal clear that amnesty supporters will get their wish far sooner than the millions of supporters of the wall will get theirs.  So as is usually the case in politics, the more things change, the more things stay the same.

I must admit that I do fear that because of his cave on Obummer’s Deferred Action for Childhood (DACA), we’re pretty much done as a nation.  While it’s not going to happen overnight, and it may take a while for the total collapse to take place, make no mistake, the end will come.  We just hit $20 Trillion in debt and that will escalate faster as we go along.  Part of candidate Trump’s appeal came from his apparent determination to get our house in order and to secure our borders.  Caving on DACA, or allowing the possibility of amnesty to continue is exactly the  wrong way to go and politically it will be devastating for him.

If Trump thinks appeasing those in the Democrat Party will help him, he’s not the man I thought he was.  They will never vote for him regardless of how much he may kiss up to them.  In short, when Trump loses his base, which he most certainly will, he’s done.  Trump isn’t merely sliding to the left, he’s running.  What can we expect next?  Might he be contemplating finding a place for Hitlery in his administration?  It really matters not, at this pace come the next presidential election the Democrat, whoever it might be, will win easily, and America as it has been known for centuries will simply cease to exist.

If when the dust settles ‘if’ does in fact cave on DACA, I will be that much closer to departing the ‘Trump Train’ and it’s how this issue plays out that will determine how much longer I remain onboard.  Frankly, I’d be willing to bet that it won’t be all that much longer.  And while Rush Limbaugh may say that this is all nothing more than an attempt by the Democrats and the media to drive a wedge between the president and his supporters, they will be unable to succeed unless Trump’s actions make it clear that the Democrats and those in the media are right in their claims.  So we wait and see.  It won’t take long.

JUST WHO IS IT THAT’S REALLY IN CHARGE HERE???

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While I remain on the ‘Trump Train’ for now, I cannot guarantee that as the train continues to rumble on down the tracks that there will not come a time when I choose to disembark.  And also, while I don’t blame him entirely for current ‘warming up’ to Democrats, I am beginning to question his willingness to move further in their direction on some issues and away from those who put him into office.  For the time being, at least, I’m chalking this ‘warming up’ as being nothing more than an attempt on the part of our president to light a fire under those in Congress who are supposed to be on his side.  But should it turn out to be something more ominous, even sinister, than I may be exiting the ‘Trump Train’ sooner rather than later.

It was this past Tuesday that Chuckie Schumer said he and President Trump have “talked a little bit about working together,” and he went on to explain what Trump ‘needs’ to do to “improve things.”  Chuckie claimed to have told the president the best way he can show some good faith is to support the Dreamers bill, supported by RINO Lindsay Graham and Democrat ‘Little Dick’ Durbin.  Chuckie wants to move it to the floor quickly and get it done.  Chuckie said, “A second thing he can do that can be very helpful and move things in our direction, is to support an extension of the cost sharing (an Obamacare fix), because we know that that’s coming out.  So there are lots of things that we can do that can improve things, that he seems open to.”

And apparently, at least according to Chuckie, when it comes to President Trump’s long-promised wall on our southern border, Chuckie is saying we need to forget about it because it ain’t gonna happen.  Chuckie said, “Look, I made it so, so clear to the president that there is not going to be a wall, in the appropriations process or in others.”  And he went on to say, “And I heard that somebody, I don’t know who it was, issued today, one of his people? Mark Short issued a statement that says, we’re not going to tie the wall to Dreamers. That’s a very, very good thing and good progress. I’ve told him (Trump) over and over again. At one point, he said to me, go easy on the wall. I said no.”  So who is it that’s really in charge here?

Chuckie said there are many arguments against the wall.  He said, “Mexico’s not paying for it, eminent domain, (Interior) Secretary Zinke said he wouldn’t know where to build it along the long reaches of river.”  He went on to say, “But there’s also the fact that there are a lot better ways and a lot cheaper ways to provide security at the border. We want to provide security at the border. We want to do it smartly, and we certainly don’t want the symbol of America to the world, which is now the beautiful lady in the harbor with the torch that I represent, to turn into a wall.”  As far as I’m concerned, every argument against ‘The Wall’ can be countered very easily by one overriding issue, national security, which we all know is not important to Democrats.

And ya know, for years we were told by our less than stellar Republicans, that if we, the American people, would only give them control of the House they would be better able to do more to prevent then president Obummer from successfully moving the country ever further to the left.  Then to be told that what they really needed, before being able to successfully offer up any serious resistance, was also control of the Senate and then yet again we were told that they needed the White House as well.  And then after we did all that we were asked to do we still end up with Chuckie running the country.  So how the Hell does that happen?  And still the Republicans wonder why it is that so many people feel as if they’ve been betrayed?

And so it is then that once again, thanks to our spineless Republican ‘leadership’, forced to contend with Chuckie and the typical Democrat, ‘our way or the highway’, form of compromise.  Democrats act as if they won the election and it’s appears as if they did.  So in an effort to sum up Chuckie’s statement: 1) We need to put the interests of illegal aliens above the interests of U.S. citizens.  2) We need to continue pouring money into Obamacare while it’s collapsing.  We want to continue to push towards a complete government takeover of healthcare in the U.S., because we all know how good the VA works.  3) We DO NOT want to protect the sovereignty of the U.S. by protecting our borders.  So exactly who is it that Chuckie represents?

Question: Why is it that on those rare occasions when the Republicans are in the majority in both Houses of Congress, and control the White House, it’s more often than not that the minority Democrats still get to set the agenda?  Well, the answer in this particular case is a relatively easy one and can be summed up with two names, Ryan and McConnell.  These two RINOs don’t appear to be the least bit interested in doing what they were elected to do and President Trump seems to be adapting his priorities to match who has the power, which at this point seems to be Chuckie and Pelosi.  It’s not the way it’s supposed to work in Congress, but in lieu of our lack of leadership from our Republican ‘leaders’, it seems to be the new reality.

And while I think we can safely determine that one of the reasons Hitlery and the Democrats lost the election was because of their support of open borders, I think we can also say that there seems to few ‘Establishment’ Republicans, aka RINOs, who support the building of President Trump’s ‘wall’.  And while I would like to think that Democrats will keep losing as long as they support outsiders over Americans, I fear that if enough Americans come to see little difference between the parties when it comes to this very important issue it will simply cease to be an issue that will have an effect regarding election results.  If the Democrats had won the election, everything would be much worse except for the parasite crowd and America haters.

So let me paraphrase Chuckie’s dictates to the president: “We don’t give a damn what you promised the voters who elected you, we don’t care about the American people and we certainly don’t give a crap about securing our borders.  And furthermore the Constitution is nothing more than a ‘living’ document that needs to be change with the times and not stuck in time back in the time in which it was ratified.  You, Mr. President, and the racist and bigoted Republicans will bow to me and my ‘progressive’ friends and give us everything we demand or we will shut things down and make sure, with the help of our many friends in the state-controlled media, that it’s you who will get the blame.  Now kiss my ring and be gone.”

President Trump was elected to do what he promised he’d do if elected, not to become just another go along to get along Republican president.  And I hope, he sticks to his guns and doesn’t side with Chuckie & Co. abandoning those of us who voted for him.  What’s really sad is that Chuckie is already making demands and saying no.  Chuckie needs to be told that he, and the Democrats, can either be a participant in the process or measures will be taken that will effectively make them little more than spectators.  But as long as we have McConnell and Ryan running things that will never happen.  But the president must tread lightly in his attempts at ‘bipartisanship’ because the flames of discontent are already starting to blow in his direction.