Sunday, May 14, 2017

On Second Thought...

I recently post that I was going to start doing a daily or so running commentary on headlines as they occur. On second thought or thoughts, I have shelved this idea. At least or now.

Quite frankly the behavior of the left and their media front operations to assault President Trump have become both predictable and boring. Not that your typical leftist is in possession of much in the way of either critical thinking skills or a sense of irony. (Sadly this applies to many who think of themselves as conservative as well.)

I certainly haven't lost any of my enthusiasm for our President but I am becoming more and more convinced that the corruption of Washington DC is beyond being drained by any conventional means.

The corruption is simply to entrenched within the bureaucracies and the mental thought process of the vast majority of both the District's inhabitants, the establishments of both parties and indeed far, far to many Americans in general. I saw one comment that pretty much summed up my frustration; "I didn't vote for Ivanka or her husband."

Presidents are just to surrounded by courtiers with their own agendas and motives and dependent on these bureaucracies that are more concerned with keeping money flowing into their coffers than the direction or implementation of policy.

As much as I might hope that this light may be dawning in the President's head, I have seriously doubt there is much he can really do about it. Not with his daughter and son-in-law in his ear every day. Like it or not these forces are making JFK's prophecy come true; "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable."

That leaves us with one alternative. Hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Stock up on God, gold, guns and grub. In the meantime, engage the enemy in the alternative media and be prepared to defend yourself from them in the physical realm as well. Berkeley was just the beginning. I fear that what's coming will be worse, much worse.

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