Trump, His Agenda, and the Radical Left

Posted on February 27, 2017 by Robert Ringer


While it appears that the Dirty Dems are intent on digging themselves an even deeper hole, I agree with Steve Bannon that Trumpsters would be making a big mistake to assume they will ever give up. Even if the DDs end up with less than 40 seats in the Senate and a much smaller minority in the House in 2018, you can be certain that they will fight on.

Why? Two main reasons: stupidity and hatred. Stupidity, of and by itself, would be bad enough, because you can’t reason with stupid people. But when you add hatred to the mix, it becomes uncontrollable and highly combustible.

I (by sheer accident) happened to watch a few minutes of the Dirty Dems’ election of a new party chairman last Saturday, and the best way I can describe it is to say it was creepy. It made me feel like I was being invaded by germs and gave me the urge to take a long shower to wash them away.

Some character by the name of Tom Perez beat out anti-Semitic commie Keith Ellison, which, quite frankly, disappointed me. I’ve always believed that if Ellison became the new co-face of the Democratic Party (along with Granny Pelosi), it would spell disaster for the Dirty Dems in 2018, let alone 2020.

But the good news is that, in a display of warm and fuzzy Democratic Party unity, Perez got the Democratic National Committee’s 435 members to agree to make comrade Ellison “deputy DNC Chair,” whatever that means. Upon hearing Perez’s words, Ellison hugged him so hard that it appeared something sexual might be going on.

The bottom line is that after narrowly escaping the death knell of having Ellison replace the universally loathed Debbie What’s-Her-Name, the Dirty Dems managed to pull defeat from the jaws of victory by allowing him to slip in through the back door. Throw in Pocahontas to finish out the triad, and the Dirty Dems have a guaranteed lost cause on their hands.

It’s hard to imagine the new Democratic Party leaders appealing to blue-collar guys and gals in rust-belt areas like Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania in a creditable way, but if they have the chutzpah to try, my guess is that they’ll be run out of those states on a rail. After decades of having their votes taken for granted, the blue-collar workers of America have caught on to the Democrats’ “vote-for-us, then get lost” game, thanks to Donald Trump’s shining a bright light on it.

But no matter how many more seats the Dirty Dems lose, their hatred and stupidity are sure to drive them on. Like cockroaches, history has clearly demonstrated that they can never be defeated, thus those who place liberty above all other objectives should heed Steve Bannon’s words and focus on containment rather than victory.

Remember, the communist fairytale has been trudging forward since Karl Marx wrote The Communist Manifesto in 1848, nearly 170 years ago. In fact, there’s strong evidence that Cro-Magnon man, and possibly even Neanderthal man before him, engaged in some form of communal organization.

That said, it’s imperative that those in Trump’s inner circle continue to hold his feet to the fire and press him hard to keep as many of his campaign promises as possible. Unforeseen circumstances and the relentless dirty tricks and criminal activity of the Radical Left (including the Demomedia Party) make it certain that a number of Trump’s promises will not be kept, while a number of others will be delayed for a very long period of time.

That’s why it’s so important for Trump to fulfill his most important promises as quickly as possible, and I would put the following items at the top of the list:

  • Cut taxes. This move should be significant in size and set into motion as quickly as possible, as it will have the most immediate impact on the economy. Which is crucial, because if the economy booms, it will have the Dirty Dems insanely thrashing about for phony and crazy talking points even more than they are now.
  • Drastically cut regulations. Perhaps even more so than tax cuts, dramatically reducing the number and scope of federal regulations would almost certainly cause an unprecedented economic explosion. The long-term goal should be to completely shut down as many regulatory agencies as possible, with the EPA first on the list. This is all part of the broader objective of drastically reducing the size and scope of government.
  • Restore law and order, which includes moving forward with the Mexican border wall, cracking down on illegal immigrants from the south, and defunding sanctuary cities. While illegal immigration could be instantly and immediately eliminated without a wall (Do I need to explain why?), the optics of a wall are essential to the red-meat crowd and devastating to the globalists.
  • Constantly increase the intensity of extreme vetting for Middle East refugees. This is really just another facet of law and order. It’s not only a matter of security, but also an important issue when it comes to deflating the dreams of the one-world-government guys. At the same time, of course, the Trump administration will certainly continue to work on getting his executive order(s) approved by a federal court (probably the Supreme Court).
  • Dramatically build up the military. Very costly, but, in the long run, a peaceful world could actually be cost efficient.
  • Completely repeal Obamacare and replace it with a free-market-oriented healthcare plan. I’ve got my fingers crossed, but with all the politics involved, this this could take more time to accomplish than the 200 days the Trump team is touting. If so, it’s absolutely essential that there be very visible and ongoing progress made to offset the loud, nasty, never-ending lies the Dirty Dems will be promulgating about people losing their healthcare. (The constitutional fact that healthcare is not a right is an unwinnable argument in our firmly entrenched entitlement society, so it’s a waste of time to even discuss it.)

Freeing the energy industry is near the top of the list as well, but it need not be discussed here given that it’s already well underway. The massive number of jobs it will create will smother the shrieks of the global-warming crowd, which includes both the low-information true believers and the shameless liars in their ranks. As to infrastructure, the country is falling apart, literally, but realistically all we can afford to do right now is continue to nip away at the problem and hope to address it “big league” a few years down the road when we have some of the other urgent matters under control.

Unfortunately, while all this is going on, the Trump team will have to expend a great deal of time and financial resources fighting political attacks on at least four fronts. These include the Fake News Media, the Fake Conservative Media (George Will, Bill Kristol, et al), the crazed Radical Left base of the Democratic Party (Pocahontas, Pelosi, Schumer, the aforementioned Keith Ellison, et al), and the McCain-led liberals in the Republican Party (Lindsey Graham, Alaska senator Lisa Murkowski, Maine senator Susan Collins, et al) who will do anything to stop Trump from succeeding.

The latter is the most dangerous group, because if these fake Republicans continue to vote with the Dirty Dems, the Republican Party’s majority in both the Senate and the House will be nothing more than an illusion. Which is why Trump must act quickly. The longer it takes to show tangible results, the greater the danger that the McCainites will gain steam and get an increasing number of finger-in-the-wind Republicans to jump ship.

Having said all this, it is once again important to face up to the reality that it’s a virtual certainty Trump will continue to increase the national debt, in which case the hypocritical Dirty Dems are sure to make it a major issue, which it is. For most of my life, I’ve been in favor of slashing the budget and paying down the national debt, but the time for doing that has long passed. I realize it sounds like heresy, but George Bush began putting that hope out of reach, followed by Barack Obama’s putting it completely out of reach (by design).

As a footnote, I should point out that the one big difference between Obama’s budget deficits and those that Trump will be running up is that Obama’s spending went toward anti-American policies, while Trump’s deficits will be the result of pro-American policies. In any event, since solving the debt problem is no longer a realistic goal, the objective should be to use new debt for pro-liberty, pro-security, pro-economic-growth purposes and deal with the problem down the road.

The most likely solutions for dealing with an unpayable debt are: (1) default; (2) giving up part of our splintered nation (preferably California) to the owners of our debt; or (3) runaway inflation (which is, in effect, just another manner of default). Personally, I still favor getting rid of California.

One last point: Much as it pains me to go along with prevailing wisdom, I believe the time has come for Donald Trump to recognize that he doesn’t have time to lower himself and constantly do battle with the media, Hollywood, and other miscellaneous lowlife. I think a one- or two-sentence smack down every now and then is more than sufficient.

The greatest pain Trump can inflict on his critics is to ignore them, because it would make them even more irrelevant than they already are. And, as a bonus, I can guarantee him that when you ignore your detractors, it’s an incredible high that’s impossible to describe. Do it, Donald … please do it.

Robert Ringer

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