What Donald Trump did last Tuesday was nothing less than inhumane. Every time the Dirty Dems believe they are finally on the path to destroying him, they hear that familiar Beep! Beep! Tuesday evening the Beep! Beep! must have been deafening to the grief-stricken, Radical Left hate mongers whose uncontrollable anger has become downright embarrassing.
It wasn’t just that Trump — totally expectedly — delivered an Abraham Lincoln-like speech to Congress and tens of millions of Americans. What’s worse is that he pilfered most of the Dirty Dems’ meat-and-potatoes issues and made them his own.
It was a bit too much for the malevolent folks in the Crazycratic Party. Granny Pelosi looked like she was nervously moving her dentures around with her tongue, soulmates Debbie WS and commie Ellison looked like they were at a funeral (in reality, they were), Pocahontas was in full lunatic mode, and, of course, Chuckie Schumer was on the verge of tears.
It was very similar to the night of Horrible Hillary’s victory party that wasn’t. The anti-American Dirty Dems were prepared for a hell-raising evening, one that would put Donald Trump’s nastiness and stupidity on display for all to see. They even brought along a Mideast refugee just to rub it in.
But, alas, it was not to be. Instead, millions of viewers who had already rejected the party of the Klan at the polls in the last election had their worst suspicions reinforced. The Dirty Dems were disrobed as naughty children who spend their time throwing tantrums rather than doing the work of their constituent-bosses.
Now, after their latest humiliation, you can be sure that members of the Radical Left are retooling for their next mud-wrestling event, confident that next time they’ll nail Road Runner for sure. They obviously believe that all they need to do is keep yelling and screaming about diversionary issues that have nothing whatsoever to do with putting higher wages in the pockets of the electorate, and voters will be so impressed that they’ll cast their ballots for Democrats the next time around.
Take the billionaire-cabinet diversionary issue, for example. Aside from the fact that Wilbur Ross and Betsy DeVos are the only two billionaires in the cabinet (or are there three?), the more important point is that having wealthy people in high cabinet posts is not a bad thing. On the contrary, it’s a very good thing. It’s one of the reasons Trump was elected in the first place. Obviously, wealthy people know how to succeed, and they can use their expertise to the benefit of America.
So I say, the more billionaires, the better. I don’t want run-of-the-mill people making life-and-death decisions for America. And the nice thing is that wealthy people aren’t as likely to use their positions to enrich themselves by selling secrets and influence to foreign governments and getting kickbacks in the form of astronomical speaking fees or contributions to their personal “foundations” … if you get my drift.
The Dirty Dems, of course, prefer academicians, young political activists, and inexperienced, low-information radicals on the front lines. How fondly I remember stories about pizza parties in the Clinton White House. Yep, pizza and oral sex delivered right to the Oval Office.
But I digress. If the Dirty Dems keep up their petulant, childish behavior, they may actually succeed in falling to third-party status behind the Libertarian Party. Don’t laugh …. stranger things have happened.
In the meantime, Trump had better keep an eye on his more dangerous enemies … names like McCain, Graham, Chaffetz, Rubio, Collins, and Murkowski come to mind. And, just to be on the safe side, he’d be wise to play it close to the vest with Prom King Ryan, because if the heat in the kitchen gets too high, I wouldn’t want to count on him having my back.
On the other hand, Mr. President, if you’d like to give yourself some insurance, think about inviting Joe Manchin inside the GOP tent, because he’s a guy you can count on for support when things get tough. And you can count on things getting very tough as you continue your historic journey.